Monday, June 18, 2018
Are you happy with the Mariners splitting their series against the Red Sox over the weekend? Danny, Dave, and Moore examine what to make of the Mariners' 5-2 homestand as they head out for their toughest road trip of their season. In Take Two, NHL Seattle adds a well-known hockey name to their group and the Huskies face elimination in the College World Series. Later in the hour, who is your Mariners MVP this season? The guys take your calls.
Did Tom Brady hint that retirement might be nearing for him? Danny, Dave, and Moore are joined by The Professor, John Clayton, for a six pack of Cold Hard Facts to begin Monday's second hour. Also, Mariners tickets are on the line, so the guys let you answer Mariners trivia to see who will be Monday's winner. The hour closes with Sweeping the Dial and a look at Phil Mickelson's wild US Open.
The Hyphen, Ryan Rowland-Smith, joins Danny, Dave, and Moore to begin Monday's third hour. How will the surging Mariners fare on their toughest road trip of the season? Ryan lets the guys know. Later, do Scott Servais and Jerry Dipoto deserve more recognition nationwide for their role in the Mariners' resurgence? Monday wraps with What We Learned.
Friday, June 15, 2018
The guys are live from Edgar's Cantina at Safeco Field, talking about the importance of the Red Sox series. Mariners DH Nelson Cruz joins the guys to talk about what feels different about this year's team and his battle with injuries. Also, should the Mariners try to re-sign Cruz to an extension? Plus, JIm is ready to stick up for Kyle Seager, while still throwing Felix under the bus.
John Clayton joins us for another edition of his Cold Hard Facts as he goes over some notable suspensions in the NFL and the time of year that coaches and owners dread most is upon us (the six weeks between mini camp and training camp, where players tend to get into trouble). Is it time for Mariners fans to give up their doubt as this team heads into its toughest stretch of the year? Yes, don't be a hater! Plus "Sweeping the Dial" features Ronaldo, a MLB on field argument and a fan catches 2 foul balls at a game.
The guys revisit their interview with Nelson Cruz and talk about how important he is to this Mariners team and what is his future in baseball and with the Mariners after the season. Mariners reporter Shannon Drayer talks about what's going on with the Mariners from a personnel standpoint and playoff odds. Plus we find out "What We Learned".
Thursday, June 14, 2018
Danny, Dave, and Moore are joined by Mariners first baseman Ryon Healy right off the top of Thursday's first hour. What's it like getting a first hand look at so many dramatic wins? Healy lets the guys know. Also, with big series against the Red Sox beginning on Thursday, it's your chance to win tickets to the series opener by answering some Mariners trivia. The hour wraps with the Jerry Dipoto Show as Mariners General Manager Jerry Dipoto joins to discuss how the Mariners will keep their winning going.
The Seahawks have wrapped up their mini camp and now begin their preparations for training camp, so will Earl Thomas be a participant in July? The Professor, John Clayton, joins Danny, Dave, and Moore to answer that as well as all sorts of other things about the NFL in Thursday's six pack of Cold Hard Facts to begin the hour. Later, what should we expect from Felix Hernandez when we don't really know what to expect? The guys discuss. In Sweeping the Dial, the United States will host the 2026 World Cup and Tiger Woods struggles in the first round of the US Open.
The Mariners get set to take on their toughest opponent yet as they begin a four game series with the Red Sox beginning Thursday, so can the M's continue to pass their midseason tests with flying colors? Danny, Dave, and Moore examine how they can. Later, Seahawks great Mack Strong joins the show to preview his upcoming charity auction as well as his thoughts on the Seahawks after the conclusion of mini camp. The day wraps with What We Learned.
Danny, Dave, and Moore are joined by Mariners First Baseman Ryon Healy as the team continues to stack up win after win. How have they been able to sustain this pace? Healy lets the guys know.
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
The Mariners walk it off once again and they just can't seem to stop winning. Danny, Dave, and Moore begin Wednesday looking at how the Mariners can no longer be considered a flash in the pan and how they're going to be winning all Summer. Mariners catcher Mike Zunino joins the show from the clubhouse following their dramatic victory to cap off a series sweep of the Angels. The day wraps with a six pack of Cold Hard Facts with the Professor, John Clayton.
Mariners catcher Mike Zunino joins Danny, Dave, and Moore following the team's latest dramatic comeback, walkoff victory. The guys hear from Zunino on how much he and the team are having as they pile up win after win.
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
With their hot start, have the Mariners taken over as the "it" team in Seattle? Danny, Dave, and Moore begin Tuesday discussing the trajectories both the Mariners and Seahawks are on and which team influences the conversation the most. Also in the first hour, Mariners analyst Ryan Rowland-Smith joins the guys to break down how the Mariners continue to roll despite playing so many close games in a row. The hour wraps with a portion of Pete Carroll's press conference from the first day of Seahawks mini camp.
The Seahawks have begun their 2018 minicamp, so without Earl Thomas there, how did they look as Thomas continues his holdout? The Professor, John Clayton, joins Danny, Dave, and Moore for a six pack of Cold Hard Facts to begin Tuesday's second hour. Later, Pete Carroll spoke about Earl Thomas' absence from minicamp, so what can we draw from Carroll's comments on Thomas about his future in Seattle? In Sweeping the Dial, Andrew Luck throws a football for the first time in over a year.
Danny, Dave, and Moore are joined by Seahawks cornerback Justin Coleman live from Seahawks headquarters as the team wraps up day one of mini camp. What has Coleman's first offseason as a Seahawk been like? He lets the guys know. Later, have the Mariners become the "it" team in town? The day ends with What We Learned.
Danny, Dave, and Moore are joined by Seahawks cornerback Justin Coleman as they hear what it's been like for Coleman experiencing his first offseason as a Seahawk and what he expects in 2018.
Monday, June 11, 2018
What do you do with stars that sour? The Mariners and Seahawks are both dealing with that with Felix Hernandez and Earl Thomas, so Danny, Dave, and Moore begin Monday looking at how each team should handle their situations. In Take Two, Washington clinches their first ever College World Series berth and the future of Robinson Cano in Seattle becomes clearer. Later, how long can the Mariners wait for Felix to regain his old form? The hour wraps with a look at how the Mariners have been so good in close games in 2018.
Earl Thomas says he won't report for the Seahawks' minicamp, so which other teams will be missing key contributors this week? The Professor, John Clayton, joins Danny, Dave, and Moore for a six pack of Cold Hard Facts to begin the week. Also in the hour, the Mariners have the best bottom of the order in baseball, so how much has that contributed to their hot start in 2018? The guys discuss. In Sweeping the Dial, LeBron James played in the NBA Finals with a broken hand, Justify wins the Triple Crown, and Shohei Ohtani could be facing Tommy John surgery.
How will the Seahawks handle Earl Thomas' absence at the team's minicamp and will he be in a Seattle uniform going forward? Danny, Dave, and Moore discuss to begin Monday's third hour. Later, 2018 Mariners first round draft pick Logan Gilbert joins the show to discuss what the entire draft process was like and how he's looking forward to joining the Mariners organization. The day ends with What We Learned.
Wednesday, June 06, 2018
Today being Wednesday brings another installment of the Jerry Dipoto Show, where he talks about the recent run of success the Mariners have gone on lately. Next, an interview with Dee Gordon and how he feels he has been doing after his return from the DL. The show concludes with an ode to the infamous "Astros Rants Guy".