Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone! The guys honor the long-standing tradition by spending it at a local bar and take the podcast on the road!
In a game that was expected to be won by the team from Saginaw, it was Midland who prevailed. The Chemics held off the Trojans 60-56 for the first regional title under head coach Eric Krause.
Calvin Johnson has officially retired and the Lions have made some changes with the start of free agency. Plus, we’re inching closer to March Madness and the guys get you ready.
We’re a little over one month away from baseball returning to our airwaves! The Great Lakes Loons begin their 2016 season on the road against the Lansing Lugnuts on April 7. Opening Day at Dow Diamond is
The gang is back together, but there’s some rumors flying around about the office fantasy baseball league. We take the temperature about the Loons season approaching and talk Lions and Jim Harbaugh.
In the closing seconds of regulation and Midland leading 48-47, Dow freshman guard Maizie Taylor drove to the bucket and scored with under 10 seconds remaining to give the Chargers the victory 49-48.
First-time guest Dan talks about his favorite bands and joins the crew as they brave the EPIC snowstorm hitting the Great Lakes Bay Region. Favorite baseball movie of all-time and are the Lions getting a new look?
By Ashley VanOchten / @ashleyvanochten The Grand Rapids Griffins wasted no time ensuring that the Charlotte Checkers wouldn’t get another win in their rink. The Griffins defeated the Checkers 5-2 at Van Andel Arena on Saturday. The Griffins now
ESPN 100.9-FM and Great Lakes Loons play-by-play broadcaster Chris Vosters will begin his 2nd season in the radio booth in April. In 2016, he will be joined by Brad Tunney for all 140 games.
Updated logos and new uniforms have been revealed for the Great Lakes Loons. The group breaks it all down. The Pistons have made a trade, Spring Training is around the corner and the Lions are making changes.