At the top of the show the guys read listener emails before regaling the Fred Couples prank story with Fish. Next, Mitch and Scott chat about Hotshot’s overly burdensome trip to Paine Field, the M’s falling barely short of a sweep, and the excitement level heading into the NHL postseason with the Kraken locked in. A four-pack of featured guests including Seahawks insider Brady Henderson, former pro golfer Rick Fehr, and RJ Eskanos & Darren Brown for the Kraken No-Table. Today’s “Other Stuff” topics range from the Mavericks under investigation for draft position shenanigans, Puff Daddy’s financial mistake from many years ago, and recent athlete arrests.     


  • Brady Henderson | ESPN’s NFL Nation Seahawks reporter   
  • Rick Fehr | Former PGA golfer 
  • RJ Eskanos | Emerald City Hockey  
  • Darren Brown | Sound of Hockey 


9:18 | Mitch reads letters from listeners whom are mixed on their love of golf chatter on the podcast. 

12:11 | In light of The Masters tournament, the guys recall the infamous Fred Couples interview prank. 

17:20 | The Rays are red freaking hot to start the season! 

26:36 | Scott got roped into entering the Paine Field Airport lobby after dropping her off for a flight. 

37:07 | The Mariners stole defeat from the arms of victory for a series sweep against the Guardians.

43:40 | Will the guys follow the Kraken along their postseason journey? 

48:54 | GUEST: Brady Henderson returns with the draft looming to discuss position groups with greatest need following the offseason free agency moves. 

1:10:40 | GUEST: Rick Fehr is back to share his Masters experience as a player and reaction to John Rahm’s victory. 

1:30:38 | GUEST: RJ Eskanos and Darren Brown joined Mitch on Thursday in the wake of earning their first trip to the NHL postseason. 

1:53:52 | The “Other Stuff” segment features stories such as the Mavs under scrutiny for benching stars for potential draft implications, Diddy’s cumulative royalty mistake to Sting, and criminal activity for notable sports figures.  

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