Thursday’s Show Audio…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Producer Joe, Thu, 14 Aug 2008 12:49:00 GMT


segment 1–tim hates when he goes to espn.com and the audio starts playing right away, the cat says that bigfoot has been found, tim and the cat both think that jack clark is really good on the fsn postgame, tim got a concussion at the st. gabe gym while playing basketball, and why didn’t the cardinals resign jack clark—click here to listen

 

 

 

 

 

segment 2–its a big week for the new school, the cards win last night in florida, chris perez was able to pitch out of trouble last night and he should be the closer officially now, bullpen guys like having a defined role, and why did larussa wait so long to put perez in as the 9th inning guy—click here to listen

 

 

 

 

 

segment 3–talk about crime in st. louis, the cat says that the silly crime is too high in the city, and what can be done to fix the homeless problem around the lucas park area—click here to listen

 

 

 

 

 

segment 4–callers get involved with their complaints about st. louis and what things would prevent them from moving downtown—click here to listen

 

 

 

 

 

segment 5–derrick goold joins the show and the cat wants to talk about john gall, can we call chris perez the closer now, would the cardinals be leading the wild card if perez was made closer earlier in the season, ryan ludwick can no longer be refered to as clean-up hitter or everyday player, and why does tony take it easy on izzy and franklin—click here to listen

 

 

 

 

 

segment 6–iggy says that the lead singer of the communards may be making a stop on the show in the next couple of weeks, iggy also says that gays are hated in jamaica, and two georgian men found a big foot—click here to listen

 

 

 

 

 

segment 7–is michael phelps the most popular in the world right now, also phelps takes down 12,000 calories per day and all the meal breakdowns—it is unreal—click here to listen

 

 

 

 

 

segment 8–jack clark joins the show to discuss his work at fsn midwest, what he has learned in all his years in baseball, what he thinks of today’s players and how times have changed, his thoughts on perez being the closer, it will be hard to have another team like the 80’s cardinals, and why has the stolen base disappeared so quickly—click here to listen

 

 

 

 

 

segment 9–the ticket guys email of the day—click here to listen

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