At the start of the show, Scott explains a run-in with a listener of the show over the weekend watching youth sports before Mitch discusses the sports story that has captured his attention.  Then, the guys chat about Mitch’s visit to the T-Dome to watch state championship hoops, the increasingly curious Hawks QB dance, and Jalen Carter’s draft prospects. A four-pack of featured guests are M’s insiders Jason Churchill and Joe Doyle, Washougal resident Joe Scukanec, and Evan Drellich of The Athletic. The show wraps up with “Other Stuff” topics such as Ja Morant’s disciplinary issues, possible new NFL rules, and a handful of notable RIP mentions.   


  • Jason Churchill | Prospect Insider
  • Joe Doyle | Director, MLB Draft – ProspectsLive
  • John Scukanec | Former WSU lineman & Washougal resident
  • Evan Drellich | Author “Winning Fixes Everything: How Baseball’s Brightest Minds Created Sports’ Biggest Mess”   


3:55 | The college basketball gods are bending over backwards to make sure Antoine Davis breaks Pete Maravich’s NCAA scoring record.  

27:41 | Mitch took a trip to the Tacoma Dome on Saturday to watch the high school hoops state finals.   

29:42 | John Schneider and Geno Smith are silently playing a game of cat and mouse as the Seahawks quarterback position still hangs in the balance.  

43:37 | How much will Jalen Carter’s off-the-field issues impact his draft status?

49:06 | GUEST: Jason Churchill and Joe Doyle gather for the first M’s No-Table of the season to cover the offseason changes and the first blush impressions in Spring Training!

1:19:55 | GUEST: Washougal resident John Scukanec shares his story of playing catch every day for a full year.

1:47:17 | GUEST: Evan Drellich is back to provide a brief overview of his latest book “Winning Fixes Everything: How Baseball’s Brightest Minds Created Sports’ Biggest Mess”.  

2:15:20 | “Other Stuff” topics on today’s show range from Ja Morant’s off-the-court troubles, new NFL rule proposals, and noteworthy RIP tributes.  

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