Hotshot is gearing up for a trip to North Carolina as the Issaquah All Stars are headed to the Little League Softball World Series and Mitch might even make an appearance! Since the guys convened last, the M’s picked up a new ace, but does the Tale of the Tape indicate it was worth it? A blended interview portion including C. Trent Rosecrans to chat about Luis Castillo followed by three of our favorite guest segments from over the years. The “Other Stuff” segment features topics such as Mitch’s rental car story, the lack of fervor for the upcoming Seahawks season, and Charles Barkley turning down LIV golf!


  • C. Trent Rosecrans | The Athletic Reds writer
  • Dave Grosby | Former Seattle sports radio host
  • Olin Kreutz | NFL center ’98-’11
  • Ginny Burton | Tacoma-native & UW class of 2021


0:00 | Scott’s prediction about Issaquah softball came true as the Little League All Stars are going to the World Series!

20:06 | The Mega Millions craze has come to an end as one lucky winner in Illinois picked the right numbers. 

23:10 | Mitch breaks down the Tale of the Tape for Luis Castillo and players the Mariners traded to the Reds.

49:10 | GUEST: C. Trent Rosecrans checks in to provide a scouting report of the Mariners latest acquisition Luis Castillo from Cincinnati.

1:01:29 | GUEST: Dave Grosby joined Mitch and Scott to tell some stories from their years in Seattle sports media as “The Groz” entered retirement.

1:53:45 | GUEST: Hawaiian football legend Olin Kreutz jumped aboard to chat about his memorable football career and challenges he faced along the way.

2:24:35 | GUEST: Perhaps the most memorable interview in Mitch Unfiltered history, Ginny Burton shares her story of overcoming years of drugs and violence to earning her degree from UW.

2:54:45 | The episode closes up with “Other Stuff” stories such Mitch’s gold Jaguar rental car, the lost enthusiasm for Seahawks camp, and Barkley declining a LIV Golf media deal.

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