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Episode 231 – Pistol Pete's Record Intact & Steve Phillips 2023 First Pitch


After two weeks apart, Mitch and Hotshot briefly catch up on their whereabouts before reading a few listener emails and playing Stump the Band. Then, the guys chat about Jim Boeheim’s departure from Syracuse basketball which led to a radio host getting canned and how John Schneider is gradually cobbling together a roster. Three featured guests are Pete Maravich’s son Jaeson Maravich, MLB analyst Steve Phillips, and former radio colleague Tracy Taylor-Turner. The show wraps up with the “Other Stuff” segment with topics such as the ongoing World Baseball Classic, Stormy Daniels getting married, and the passing of several notable figures.    


  • Jaeson Maravich | Pete Maravich’s son  
  • Steve Phillips | Former Mets GM and current MLB analyst 
  • Tracy Taylor-Turner | Former KJR & KIRO traffic reporter   


4:56 | The guys play Stump the Band and the topic is “wasted money and productivity in the workplace”.

18:21 | Why would a Syracuse radio host be getting booted from the station seemingly out of the blue?

30:54 | The way John Schneider is putting his roster together reminds Mitch of an old Saturday Night Live skit.

42:09 | GUEST: Jaeson Maravich joins the show to talk about his father “Pistol” Pete and his NCAA scoring record still intact after nearly being broken in controversial fashion.

1:04:19 | GUEST: Baseball guru Steve Phillips is back for MLB chatter to discuss the playoff format, a Teoscar Hernandez scouting profile, and the ups and downs of a pitching staff during the season.

1:29:54 | GUEST: Tracy Taylor-Turner returns to catch up with Mitch on old stories at the radio station and the latest in her life.

1:49:12 | Today’s “Other Stuff” topics include the ongoing WBC featuring a season-ending Edwin Diaz injury, the latest Stormy Daniels news, and several RIP tributes. 

Episode 230 – Seahawks Pre-Draft Update & Baseball's Major League Changes


To kick off the show, Dave Grosby and Mitch express their excitement for the upcoming two months of sports before a trip down memory lane from Groz’s early broadcasting days and memorable KJR moments. Next, the fellas discuss the Geno Smith contract, Jarred Kelenic’s Spring Training success, and NCAA tournament favorites. A trio of guests are ESPN Seahawks insider Brady Henderson, MLB Senior writer with The Athletic Jayson Stark, and Nashville resident Kevin Maginnis. As always, the episode concludes with the “Other Stuff” segment which covers college hoops memories with Dad, uncertainty for a handful of noteworthy QBs, and the Shawn Kemp’s story involving gunfire.    


  • Brady Henderson | ESPN’s NFL Nation Seahawks reporter  
  • Jayson Stark | Senior Writer, MLB – The Athletic
  • Kevin Maginnis | Nashville-based business coach   


5:21 | We are entering perhaps the best six weeks on the annual sports calendar.

8:38 | The Groz recollects how he got his start calling college hoops games as a teenager.

13:30 | Superbowls always seemed to bring some memorable stories for the KJR personalities.

27:00 | How will the Geno Smith contract affect the Seahawks draft strategy?

34:50 | Will Jarred Kelenic carry his success in Peoria to the regular season?

40:25 | Mitch makes his official pick to cut down the nets at the conclusion of March Madness.

49:29 | GUEST: Brady Henderson jumps aboard to provide a Seahawks update with the Geno Smith contact complete and movement at the top of the draft board.

1:16:48 | GUEST: Jayson Stark returns to provide his opinion on the new MLB rules and the prospects of Julio Rodriguez becoming the face of Major League Baseball.

1:37:30 | GUEST: Nashville native Kevin Maginnis joins the show to share the details about his unorthodox diet of exclusively eating McDonalds for 100 days.

2:03:24 | The “Other Stuff” segment features stories such as Mitch’s and Dave’s NCAA tournament memories with their fathers, question marks for several notable NFL quarterbacks, and the alleged Shawn Kemp shooting incident. 

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