The start of the episode elicits memories of Maryland followed by an impressive Zack Greinke statistic before opening the listener mailbox. Next, Mitch gives a rousing endorsement of Seaside, Oregon before venting spleen about the struggling Mariners and their refusal to spend big bucks in free agency. Five guests on today’s show are ten-year NBA veteran and local product Spencer Hawes, Bellevue youth golfer and U.S. Women’s Open qualifier Angela Zhang, and Kraken No-Table crew RJ Eskanos, Darren Brown, and Dylan Travers. “Other Stuff” topics range from the surprise cover model on the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition, early predictions on the NFL landing spot for Michael Penix Jr., and the son of an Ann Arbor legend getting fired for ill-advised “likes” on social media.     


  • Spencer Hawes | NBA veteran, UW & Seattle Prep alum
  • Angela Zhang | 8th Grade Bellevue-based golfer & U.S. Open qualifier
  • RJ Eskanos | Emerald City Hockey  
  • Darren Brown | Sound of Hockey
  • Dylan Travers | Emerald City Hockey


2:40 | A peculiar statistic about Zack Greinke makes one consider his chances of ending up in Cooperstown. 

26:29 | With a pitching staff like the one in Seattle, it’s a shame the M’s front office pinched pennies with their lineup during the offseason.

39:30 | GUEST: Spencer Hawes returns to the show to reminisce some high school hoops stories, his recruitment, and pro career.

1:10:27 | GUEST: 14-year-old Bellevue golfer Angela Zhang joins the show to share her story of excelling at a young age as she prepares for the U.S. Women’s Open.

1:35:28 | GUEST: The guys from Kraken No-Table RJ Eskanos, Darren Brown, and Dylan Travers gather round for an end-of-season summary featuring an exciting playoff run.

2:06:47 | The “Other Stuff” segment features stories including Martha Stewart’s appears on the SI swimsuit magazine, the mock projection for Michael Penix Jr. in the 2024 NFL Draft, and a short-lived employment stint for Glenn “Shemy” Schembechler in Michigan.

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