Dan makes another appearance on the podcast as the guys try to figure out what’s going on with the Tigers. Some epic entries for Midland Misconduct and it’s rec softball season. Plus, a bonus interview.
Still a successful home stretch for the Loons despite the 10-7 loss in the Saturday finale. Great Lakes have won back-to-back series and gone 4-2 during that stretch. Trips to Fort Wayne and Dayton up next.
There were some fireworks late in the game with a walk-off outfield assist giving the Loons the 2-1 win against the Cedar Rapids Kernels. It’s been a successful homestand for the team thus far.
Outfielder Logan Landon made a miraculous catch in center field against the Cedar Rapids Kernels. It was so good, SportsCenter put it at No. 4 in the Top 10.
He threw four no-hit innings in his first professional start. Doing so earned him a spot in front of the banner talking with Brad Tunney following the game.
First week full of drops on the podcast as the crew dives in to the Lions draft, satellite camps and what going to a wedding as “friends” means. Subscribe so you don’t miss an episode!
Following a tough 5-3 loss to the Quad Cities River Bandits, outfielder Gage Green talks about the Loons rally near the end of the game that came up short and his series to begin the homestand.
The hero of the walk-off win for the Loons that took until the 13th inning spoke with Brad Tunney following the game. Edwin Rios provided the translating.
Following a lengthy road trip that ended empty-handed for the Loons, Matt Jones and his teammates powered through the opener of the homestand to down the Quad Cities River Bandits to get back into the win column.
Loons clubhouse manager Johnny Dukes sits in the studio with the guys this week. Get a peak behind the curtain of minor league baseball. And, how old is too old to bring a glove to a game?