Monday’s Show Audio – Cardinals Opening Day

Willie Springer, Mon, 31 Mar 2014 12:20:00 GMT

SEGMENT 1 – Show Open: Hello Charlie Marlow (in for Cat), unfollowing people on Twitter, ready for some daily fantasy baseball, Charlie’s paleo diet, Willie on the phone with Mike Lee for 5-6 minutes, Blues had an unusual loss on Saturday, wondering where Account Executive Mike is, predictions from pundits have the Cardinals doing well but have the Los Angeles Dodgers winning the World Series, numbers should improve overall from an offensive standpoint even with the loss of someone like Carlos Beltran, those 1984 Detroit Tigers, the tournament doings over the weekend, how the games are officiated at the beginning and end of games, laying down bets & SEC rules again.


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SEGMENT 2 – Kelly Chase & Fun with Audio: Blues had interesting loss over the weekend to the desperate Dallas Stars, the mindset of playing a team fighting for their postseason lives, the value of winning the Presidents’ Trophy, MVP of the Blues, those Los Angeles Kings are looming once again even though a potential postseason matchup wouldn’t happen until the Conference Finals, the new format of the NHL Playoffs, Joe Kelly tweets that he has some things going on today, former Expos announcer goes nuts on HR call in exhibition game, the best of the Expos, that Brian Hoffman is a real producer, going to miss Jordan Clarkson, we enjoy geography and looking at atlasses, Charlie going clubbing in Vegas, an interesting phone call, this show is turning into “I’m Hepp”, hello from Mike Lee, Mike feels he could pitch for the Cardinals & a Mt. Rushmore of our classic callers.


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SEGMENT 3 – John Mozeliak: Happy Opening Day, lot of reasons for optimism, the exciting talent sent to Memphis, the depth of the organization, development of Kolten Wong, Peter Bourjos more than likely to get two-thirds of the starts in CF, Doug probably wrong says Mo, the decision behind selecting Joe Kelly over Carlos Martinez in the starting rotation, likes young arms in Shelby Miller and Michael Wacha to throw 200 innings, the huge contracts beginning to get out of control in the eyes of some, going into a season always optimistic but things happen, actually do feel bad about Cincinnati Reds having eight guys on the disabled list, perception of the NL Central after the off-season, plenty of clips from that golden interview, too late in the season for mittens, another phone call from the prison yard, Willie’s doings over the weekend, passionate take on Tinder, it is the ‘catfish’ age, Paul George had some trouble with some pictures, thoughts on Ballpark Village & using Tinder at Ballpark Village.


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SEGMENT 4 – Email of the Day: Tim didn’t know who Sparky Lyle is, Tony La Russa knew Tupac remixed Bruce Hornsby & Doug struggling with his DraftDay team.


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