Travis takes a look at Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler, the keys to hope for a struggling New York Mets franchise. He also checks the MLB scoreboard, examines the latest developments in the Clippers pursuit of Doc Rivers, and chronicles San Jose’s battle with Major League Baseball.
Travis takes a look at the Cardinals’ outstanding play, the franchise’s impressive organizational depth, and the number of Redbirds that could merit selection to baseball’s Mid-Summer Classic. He also offers a look at the MLB standings and scoreboard, the Stanley Cup Finals, and an example of the worst sports talk radio has to offer.
Travis recaps Justin Rose’s US Open championship, detailing the Englishman’s fine play and the first-class manner in which he conducts himself. Travis also has high praise for Merion, as the classic old golf course stood up very well to the talent and technology of the modern game. He closes the show with a look at the Spurs game five win in the NBA Finals and the latest from the MLB scoreboard.
Travis recaps Miami’s win in game four of the NBA Finals and reviews the results from Thursday night’s MLB scoreboard.
Brad Burns joins Travis to examine the best starting pitchers in baseball, and the duo resumes selecting the players they believe will have the most success over the next five years. Brad also continues his terrific series on coaching our youth, and he illustrates what can happen when coaches value results over process.
Travis updates the first round action at the US Open and reviews the results from Wednesday night’s MLB scoreboard.
Travis breaks down the mega-brawl between the Dodgers and Diamondbacks and checks the rest of the results from Tuesday night’s MLB scoreboard.
The Paducah Sun’s Joey Fosko wraps up his anniversary show visit by talking about a remarkable year for University of Louisville athletics and checking in on Major League Baseball. He and Travis close things out with a celebration of their five years on the air together.
Travis updates the French Open, where Djokovic and Nadal battle in the fifth set, and state softball, where Lone Oak and Livingston Central work to advance to Saturday’s championship round. He also talks about Frank Thomas’ thoughts on PED users and the Hall of Fame, Brett Favre’s reconciliation efforts with the Green Bay Packers, and he checks yesterday’s MLB scoreboard.
Brad Burns continues his visit with a look at the health of Bryce Harper, the Biogenesis scandal, and the value of the draft in professional sports. He also provides the latest chapter in his study on youth coaching, this week shining a light on the impact a coach’s personal baggage can have on his or her performance on the field.