Friday, March 23, 2018
Danny, Dave, and Moore begin their last day in Peoria beginning with the developing story of Michael Bennett's indictment in Houston following an incident at Super Bowl 51. In Take Two, Gonzaga's tournament run ends in the Sweet 16 and Mariners Manager Scott Servais says David Phelps' replacement might not yet be on Seattle's roster. Mariners first baseman Daniel Vogelbach joins the show as he's put together one of the best Spring Training stat lines in all of baseball. The hour wraps with a look at the Mariners' first base job and whether it should be handed to Ryon Healy or not.
So where in the world will Ndamukong Suh sign and are the Seahawks entirely out on the All-Pro lineman? The Professor John Clayton joins Danny, Dave, and Moore for a six pack of Cold Hard Facts including which of the quarterbacks in the 2018 draft class has set himself apart after his Pro Day. Later, Mariners closer Edwin Diaz joins the guys as he puts the finishing touches on his second Spring as the team's 9th inning guy. Mariners Insider Shannon Drayer sits down to give an update on Ichiro's head after he was struck in the batting helmet earlier in the day.
Danny, Dave, and Moore begin their final hour from their week in Peoria with Mariners lefty starter James Paxton. What would starting on Opening Day mean to the Big Maple? Paxton lets the guys know. Later, Mariners slugger Nelson Cruz joins the show and he shares his expectations for his fourth season in a Seattle uniform. The week closes out with What We Learned.
Thursday, March 22, 2018
Fresh off his monster Spring Training game on Wednesday night, Mariners catcher Mike Zunino sits down with Danny, Dave, and Moore to talk about how he can translate his hot hitting to the regular season and build off his breakthrough 2017.
Danny, Dave and Moore are live from Peoria, Arizona. The guys leadoff discussing Mike Zunino's three HR's last night and what we can expect from him this season. In Take 2! Martellus and Michael Bennett talk about some of the big personalities and how it is affecting Seahawks culture. To end the hour, Mariners second baseman Dee Gordon joins the show to discuss what to expect this season.
The Professor John Clayton opens a six pack of questions in Coors Light Cold Hard Facts to begin the second hour. Are the Seahawks at a point where they might need to cut looseÂ The guys talk about David Phelps and the surgery he will have to undergo and miss this upcoming season. In Sweeping the Dial, the guys talk some NBA and just what is up with Kawhi Leonard's health.
Danny, Dave and Moore are joined by Mariners catcher Mike Zunino to begin the third hour. Zunino lets the guys know how his Spring Training has been going and what to expect from him this season. The guys say goodbye to one of their favorites, Luke Willson, with a montage of his best moments on and off the field with the Seahawks. Thursday wraps up with What We Learned.
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Luke Willson joins Danny, Dave and Moore on the day he signed with the Detroit Lions to have his exit interview for his time with the Seahawks.
On his way out of Seattle, former Seahawks tight end Luke Willson joins Danny, Dave, and Moore for one final time before he continues his career with the Detroit Lions. Willson shares what his time in Seattle meant to him as well as what it'll be like playing near his hometown now.
It's a somber day for Danny, Dave, and Moore as show favorite Luke Willson is now officially a member of the Detroit Lions. Willson joins the show to begin Wednesday to discuss how the free agent process played itself out, why he chose Detroit and what were some of his best memories of playing in Seattle. Later in the hour, where do the Mariners stand health wise as we near the final week of Spring Training? The guys update you to close out the hour.
With Luke Willson officially on his way to Detroit, will the Seahawks look to fill the void left at tight end? The Professor John Clayton joins Danny, Dave, and Moore for an abbreviated six pack of Cold Hard Facts. The guys sit down with Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano before his return to the lineup on Wednesday night and hear from Cano how his fifth Spring in a Seattle uniform has gone. In Sweeping the Dial, a Seattle area sports entertainer announces his official comeback. The day wraps with a conversation with Mariners Manager Scott Servais who lets you know what the plan for naming his Opening Day starting pitcher will be.
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Danny, Dave, and Moore are joined by Mariners prospect Braden Bishop as they hear from the young player on his career at Washington as well as the charity he has started in honor of his Mother.
Danny, Dave, and Moore are live from Mariners Spring Training in Peoria, Arizona! The Seahawks have signed ex-Giants guard DJ Fluker, so why does it seem like they have a fascination with the 2013 NFL Draft? In Take 2! The Huskies lose to St. Mary's to finish Mike Hopkins' first season at the helm. The guys discuss Richard Sherman's press conference today with the 49ers. Finally, Mariners Farm System Director Andy Mckay joins the show to wrap up the hour.
John Clayton joins Danny, Dave and Moore to open a six pack of Coors Light Cold Hard Facts. What should we make of the Seahawks signing DJ Fluker to their offensive line? The Professor lets the guys know. Then it's a brand new Misfit Radio bit! What Would Jim Do? Finally in Sweeping the Dial the guys discuss Frank Martin calling out angry parents in youth sports and the Cleveland Cavaliers coach Ty Lue stepping back to focus on his health.Â Â
Danny, Dave, and Moore are joined by Mariners OF prospect and Washington alum Braden Bishop to begin the third hour. Bishop lets the guys know how his Spring has been coming along as well as leading the charge among professional baseball players in the fight against ALS. Later, the Seahawks have signed DJ Fluker, so are they done building their offensive line? Tuesday wraps up with What We Learned.
Monday, March 19, 2018
Mariners starter Felix Hernandez joins Danny, Dave, and Moore live from Peoria as the guys get his thoughts on his availability for Opening Day and how much another Opening start would mean to him.
Danny, Dave, and Moore are live from Mariners Spring Training in Peoria, Arizona! Felix Hernandez threw off a mound today, so what should the expectations be for the King in 2018 after two straight subpar seasons? The guys discuss to begin Monday. The Professor John Clayton joins the show the day after having a day named in his honor in his hometown. What should we make of the Seahawks' signings early on in free agency? Clayton lets us know in a six pack of Cold Hard Facts. Mariners Insider Shannon Drayer sits down with the crew to talk about Felix Hernandez's simulated game in his first action off a mound in nearly two weeks.
Are the Mariners closer to deciding on who their Opening Day starter will be? Danny, Dave, and Moore discuss throughout Monday' second hour. In Sweeping the Dial, it's all sorts of March Madness heroics with UMBC, Loyola-Chicago, and a very familiar face this time of year in Gonzaga. The hour wraps with a look at the Seahawks free agency plans so far and how they're keeping up with the rest of the NFC West.
James Paxton and Felix Hernandez both made starts in minor league games on Monday, so how did they perform? Mariners Manager Scott Servais spoke to the media following each of their starts so Danny, Dave, and Moore begin the hour by hearing what he had to say. Later, Hernandez joins the guys live from Peoria to talk about his offseason, bouncing back from a down season, and what starting Opening Day means to him. The day finishes with What We Learned.
Friday, March 16, 2018
The Seahawks sign Ed Dickson and Barkevious Mingo in Free Agency. Take Two: Jean Segura is back in the lineup for the M's, and Pac-12 hoops is out of the March Madness NCAA Tournament. Danny, Dave, and Jim discuss Richard Sherman's comments about the Seahawks, as well as the Seahawks' asking price for Earl Thomas.Â