Willie Springer, Tue, 29 Oct 2013 12:18:00 GMT
SEGMENT 1 – Show Open: Game 5 of the World Series was simply a ‘cap-tipper’ as the Boston Red Sox took a 3-2 lead over the Cardinals with a 3-1 win as things shift back to New England, Jon Lester stepping up to have another strong start for his club, Adam Wainwright dropping his third straight decision in the postseason, looking forward to the rest of the series, David Ortiz on amazing historic World Series run, the Rams down street from the World Series gave the Seattle Seahawks a surprising fight that resulted in a 14-9 loss, the attendance at the Dome, Doug volunteers to look up information for the first time ever, great sports month not ending in the best way (Mizzou, Cardinals & Rams), back to the roster decision made or not made, and which players may have played their last games at Busch Stadium.
SEGMENT 2 – More Game 5 reaction as Mike Matheny got an unusual question following the 3-1 loss and looking forward to scenarios in Game 6 plus a possible Game 7.
SEGMENT 3 – Gabe DeArmond: Going back to the very disappointing Mizzou loss on Saturday to the South Carolina Gamecocks after having a sizeable fourth quarter lead, coaches will never admit if there was breakdown from them or players on specific plays, the Tigers moving forward looking at the rest of their schedule, Mizzou still in a solid position to get to the SEC Championship, the next month is where Gary Pinkel and his staff earn their pay, the reaction to kicker Andrew Baggett, Pinkel taking exception to fan’s reaction, Baggett reacting well himself to media on Monday after having no interview directly following the game, QB James Franklin getting closer and closer to returning to the starting lineup and the uplifting emotion of having a leader return to the field.
SEGMENT 4 – WWE Recap: Someone is always angry on that show says Doug Vaughn plus Larry Nickel’s top five countries.
SEGMENT 5 – Joe Strauss & Email of the Day: Joe on the way back to Boston laying over in Philly, the offense simply not getting the job done for the Redbirds, the frustration of the Game 5 ‘hat-tipper’, Joe sticking by his prediction of seven games and liking Wacha’s changes to extend the series.