Hotshot is back from San Diego with Mitch who is battling a flu and received an unlikely cure and they chat about Scott’s rental car adventure with Turo. Then, the guys dive into the downward trajectory for the Hawks, Jamal Adams’ regrettable Tweet, and Shohei Ohtani’s annoucement to move to the Dodgers adding to the ire of Mariners fans. Five featured guests are Jason Churchill and Joe Doyle for the Mariners No-Table, Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson & Brian Nemhauser, and author Kevin Ticen. “Other Stuff” segment topics range from a follow-up to Oregon’s future quarterback search to a local northwest root beer parlor closing down, to notable recent passings.
- Brady Henderson | Seahawks NFL Nation reporter
- Brian Nemhauser | Hawk Blogger
- Jason Churchill | Prospect Insider
- Joe Doyle | Director, MLB Draft – ProspectsLive
- Kevin Ticen | Author of “When it Mattered Most”
TABLE OF CONTENTS
3:45 | Hotshot rented a car using the Turo app and was pleasantly surprised with the outcome.
14:15 | Mitch gleefully provides the code word for the upcoming slate of Beat the Boys matchups.
22:02 | Despite a serviceable performance by Drew Lock, the Seahawks losing streak continues.
27:10 | Are the Seahawks overdue for a change at head coach even with all of the success under Pete Carroll’s belt?
32:15 | Is there any path for Jamal Adams to recovering from his controversial social media post last week?
37:04 | Shohei Ohtani finally made his decision to suit up with the Dodgers and will make nearly three-quarters of a billion in the process.
47:07 | GUESTS: Mariners insiders Jason Churchill and Joe Doyle are back to weigh in on the Shohei Ohtani trade and highly criticized front office moves for the M’s.
1:14:33 | GUESTS: Brady Henderson and Brian Nemhauser hop aboard to wrap their arms around another Seahawks loss to the 49ers with playoff hopes dwindling.
1:45:22 | GUEST: Kevin Ticen returns to preview the latest update to his book about the Seattle Metropolitans “When it Mattered Most”.
2:03:24 | “Other Stuff” topics include Oregon landing their next transfer portal quarterback, the closure of Triple XXX Root Beer in Issaquah, and a handful of RIPs.