Prime Sports Baseball: May 19 podcast

May 19, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN baseball analyst Scott Zolotorow discuss the week’s top headlines and turn their focus to the National League East – a weak division where the Washington Nationals have MLB’s third-best record, no one else has a winning mark and the New York Mets have been drama-tinged underachievers. Also, why people shouldn’t overreact to the anti-gay slur by Blue Jays outfielder Kevin Pillar.   

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Nats Scraps: May 16 podcast

May 16, 2017

Greg DePalma and 1st Amendment Sports founder Ken Meringolo speculate on how many more blown saves it will take for the Washington Nationals and manager Dusty Baker to give Koda Glover a shot at the closer job. Meantime, Michael Taylor has done an admirable job taking over for the injured Adam Eaton in center field.  

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Prime Sports Baseball: May 12 podcast

May 12, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN baseball analyst Scott Zolotorow ask where all the good hitters have gone, as they break down the latest headlines and division-by-division news. This week’s focus is on the American League Central, where the surprising Minnesota Twins share the division lead with the Cleveland Indians as the teams enter this weekend’s series.  

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Nats Scraps: May 9 podcast

May 9, 2017

Greg DePalma and 1st Amendment Sports founder Ken Meringolo discuss whether it’s time for the Washington Nationals to give former first-round draft pick Jacob Turner – already on his fifth team at age 25 – a shot in the starting rotation. Ryan Zimmerman‘s recent surge also gets attention, along with injury updates and top prospects in the farm system.  

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The Sports Section: May 3 podcast

May 3, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine discuss news from the Stanley Cup playoffs, where Sidney Crosby‘s latest concussion has thrown a shadow over another heated series between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals. Bad blood also dominates baseball talk with Scott Zolotorow, as Baltimore’s Manny Machado and the Boston Red Sox continue to hurl invective – among other things – at each other.   

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Nats Scraps: May 2 podcast

May 2, 2017

Greg DePalma and 1st Amendment Sports founder Ken Meringolo discuss the Washington Nationals‘ loss of Adam Eaton to a torn ACL and whether the club should make a trade or stay in-house with Michael A. Taylor and Triple-A outfielder Andrew Stevenson. There’s also a big win on the docket, scoring 23 on Sunday against the New York Mets.  

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Prime Sports Baseball: April 28 podcast

April 28, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN baseball analyst Scott Zolotorow discuss the latest division-by-division news, with emphasis this week on the National League Central. The Chicago Cubs are back on top, though their starting pitching has yet to hit its stride, and Brewers slugger Eric Thames has emerged as the surprise breakout of the first month.  

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Nats Scraps: April 25 podcast

April 25, 2017

Greg DePalma and 1st Amendment Sports founder Ken Meringolo discuss the dominating offense that has taken the Washington Nationals back to the top of the NL East, with Bryce Harper well complemented by Daniel Murphy and Ryan Zimmerman (pictured). Still to be solved, though, is finding options at closer.  

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Prime Sports Baseball: April 21 podcast

April 21, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN baseball analyst Scott Zolotorow discuss the latest division-by-division news, with emphasis this week on the American League West where the Houston Astros stand at the top behind the pitching of Dallas Keuchel (left) and the emerging Chris Devenski. Meantime, the Texas Rangers and Seattle Mariners are sinking and the Angels have nothing aside from Mike Trout.  

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Nats Scraps: April 18 podcast

April 18, 2017

Greg DePalma and 1st Amendment Sports founder Ken Meringolo continue to lament the Washington Nationals‘ bullpen problems, where Blake Treinen already may have worn out his welcome as closer. On the bright side, Gio Gonzalez (pictured) has been off to a strong start, and the hitting is solid behind Daniel Murphy and Bryce Harper.  

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