In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss the continued impact of the coronavirus in the world of sports, preview the NFL Draft, Rob Gronkowski’s trade to Tampa Bay Bucs and recap the first two episodes of the Chicago Bulls’ “Last Dance” documentary.
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss:
-Atlanta United’s upcoming return to MLS action on June 26 at Toronto as well as the team’s success in the US Open Cup particularly the emergence of reserves Florentin Pogba and Brandon Vazquez featuring audio from manager Frank De Boer and Leandro Gonzalez Pirez in addition to the United States National Teams in their respective competitions in Offside Trap (4:00-25:00)
-The first half of the Major League Baseball season particularly the emergence of the Yankees, Braves and Dodgers, home struggles of Tampa on and off the field, surprise success of the Twins, competitive balance in the NL Central and the Mets’ media incident between manager Mickey Callaway, player Jason Vargas and New York Newsday’s Tim Healey in the return of Beanball (25:00-50:00)
-Reflections on the NBA Draft and upcoming free agency in the Miscellaneous Department (50:00-56:00)
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we recap the past week in the NFL including the success of Chicago and Baltimore, the struggles of Atlanta and Pittsburgh, and Indianapolis’ Frank Reich non-wise overtime decision (3:00-34:00), the week in college football including Georgia State’s home win over Louisiana Monroe with audio from Sean Elliott, Dan Ellington and Penny Hart, higher expectations in Georgia and Notre Dame being a legitimate playoff contender (34:00-53:00) and the Miscellaneous Department focuses on the United States’ woes in the Ryder Cup, Atlanta United’s road loss at New York Red Bulls and the Major League Baseball playoffs (53:00-63:00).