Off The Bat Ep. 03: Good enough for Bronze

This week, Danny and Arthur discuss the notion of statues outside MLB Stadiums after the Mariners and Dodgers unveiled bronze lifelike models of Ken Griffey Jr. and Jackie Robinson. They also dive into the notion of Jose Fernandez getting the same honors by the Marlins later this season. Steroids are again the subject of discussion … More Off The Bat Ep. 03: Good enough for Bronze

TTS #46- Why Do Individual Sports Need Superstars More Than Team Sports

Danny, Arthur and Fisher discuss why the impact of superstars is greater in individual sports than team sports. They talk about why golf and tennis are better when guys like Tiger and Federer are winning and how dominance drives ratings. In addition, they talk about the history Russell Westbrook is making in the NBA, Tony Roma’s new career and the NCAA Championship. … More TTS #46- Why Do Individual Sports Need Superstars More Than Team Sports

Off The Bat Ep. 02

Baseball and beer seemingly go hand in hand with one another. Danny and Arthur discuss what teams and players they would most want to enjoy throwing back some brews with. They discuss Derek Jeter as a potential owner of the Miami Marlins, whether or not they care about President Trump not throwing out the first … More Off The Bat Ep. 02

Tony Romo Was Good, but Not Good Enough for the Hall of Fame

Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback Tony Romo ended an offseason of speculation amongst analysts and fans by deciding to hang up his jersey in favor of a sports coat. The soon-to-be 37-year-old announced he’s trading in the football life to go into the broadcasting world, and will join Jim Nantz as the number one announce team on … More Tony Romo Was Good, but Not Good Enough for the Hall of Fame

TTS #45- Optimism and Pessimism In Sports Fans

Danny and Arthur sit down to discuss what does into the attitudes of sports fans, what does it take to have a positive outlook on their teams and what makes certain fans always so pessimistic about their squads. They go in depth with the current confidence of some top teams’ fans and how their attitudes will change when their teams are not winning anymore. They also discuss the NCAA Tournament by recapping the two Final Four games from over the weekend, the lasting impact of the long runs made by South Carolina and Oregon, and discuss Gonzaga’s chances against and experience UNC team who’s back in the Championship for the second straight year. Finally the guys wrap up the show with the Oakland Raiders move to Las Vegas, Masters predictions, the USA Women’s hockey pay settlement and why Colin Kaepernick is being blackballed by the NFL. … More TTS #45- Optimism and Pessimism In Sports Fans

TTS #44- Survive and Advance

Danny and Arthur are back this week and the big story across sports is obviously the NCAA Tournament. March Madness has taken over everyone’s lives and rightfully so. The guys break down some of the big storylines from the first two days of the tournament as well as some second round games and look forward to the Sweet 16 and Elite 8. In addition, the boys discuss the NCAA Men’s Hockey bracket that came out, who they like and don’t like of the 16 qualifiers. With the big boys, Danny and Arthur look ahead to potential Stanley Cup Playoff matchups and if it is still “Washington’s Year”. Finally they round out the show with the (now) popular World Baseball Classic and how the United State’s success is the only thing that can drive ratings. … More TTS #44- Survive and Advance