We’re back at another odd time because that’s just how it goes when we’re in two different time zones. We go over our weekends, and discuss seeing Avengers: Endgame, which … Continue Reading The BS Show: The Mariners are bad again, the NFL draft happened, and Shane fails to spoil Endgame
Another week has gone by and in that time the Mariners only lost one (1) game! They continue to pummel opposing pitching with dingers and dongers all over the yard, … Continue Reading The BS Show: The quest to take back the home run record begins
Bad command has been a major problem for Boston’s starting staff.
Washington State’s new men’s basketball coach has a lot of flexibility with his roster; but he will also be facing some major challenges as he moves forward.
The Baylor Bears blew a 17-point lead, but did just enough at the end to win the program’s third national championship.
Ryon Healy has reinvented his approach at the plate, and it’s paying dividends during the first two weeks of the season.
A missed double dribble, and a questionable foul call, sends the Virginia Cavaliers to the first Championship game in program history.
Mike Trout hit a bad pitch a very, very long way on Saturday afternoon.
Frank Clark is worth a lot of money, more than the Seahawks should be willing to pay.
Baylor survived a flurry of Oregon three pointers to advance to the seventh championship game in program history.
The Final Four features two of the best defenses in the country in what should be a pair of competitive basketball games.
Gonzales has an effective changeup, but could that be a problem?
We’re back for another week of BS, and this time, we both have laptops to record on! So the sounds quality is the best it’s been in weeks! As for … Continue Reading The BS Show: Moving, shaking, and dingers
Seattle is meeting with Jordy Nelson on Tuesday. Here’s why the Hawks interest in the veteran makes sense.
Daniel Vogelbach has the potential to be a great major league hitter, and he’s finally going to get a chance to show what he’s made of.
Arizona State’s surprising emergence as the No. 11 seed gave the Pac-12 its third NCAA tournament team.