Greg DePalma and PSN baseball analyst Scott Zolotorow take a look at headlines from the past few weeks, including the Boston Red Sox admitting to stealing signs via electronics and accusing the New York Yankees of doing similarly. Also, the post All-Star break slump of Yankees slugger Aaron Judge, a resurgence from Baltimore‘s Manny Machado and the return of Angels ace Garrett Richards.
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.
Greg DePalma and co-host Ross Benjamin discuss Sunday night’s Game 7 of the NBA Finals, as LeBron James and the Cavaliers finally end Cleveland’s sports championship drought. They also look at the tight AL East race between Boston, Baltimore and Toronto, plus a Dallas Cowboys update following minicamp.
Greg DePalma and co-host Ross Benjamin dissect Sunday’s upcoming Game 7 of the NBA Finals, along with other sports headlines to watch this weekend. Among NFL teams conducting minicamps this week are the Denver Broncos, where Mark Sanchez is on the field but Von Miller isn’t.
Dan Flaherty, editor of TheSportsNotebook.com, joins Greg DePalma to discuss who the best options to win the NBA championship in light of Steph Curry’s knee and ankle problems. They’ll also go over the latest Major League Baseball odds, with the Baltimore Orioles proving to have been a good early pick.
MLB Futures: After hitting with the Royals at 33-1 last April, can we find another gem among our first baseball investments of 2016? Let’s take a look…
Dan Flaherty, editor of TheSportsNotebook.com, joins Greg DePalma to take their first look at Major League Baseball futures odds in 2016 as the Baltimore Orioles, New York Mets and San Francisco Giants get some early support. They’ll also take one last look at Final Four odds.
AL East: The Orioles were uneasily quiet while the Blue Jays and Red Sox shook things up . Deep pitching and the return of injured regulars, though, make the O’s better than their longshot status.