Episode Cortez Kennedy begins with a recollection of his hall of fame career with the Hawks. Then, the guys read emails submitted by you, the loyal listener. Three guests beginning with revered author Sam Smith followed by MLB writer Jim Callis and Georgia Bulldogs pitching coach Sean Kenny. Featured topics in “The Other Stuff” segment range from phoney Pete Carroll, to Lamar Jackson’s fun in the sun, to the captivating home run battle between Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa in the latest ESPN 30 for 30 installment.
- Sam Smith | Author of The Jordan Rules
- Jim Callis | MLB Pipeline senior writer
- Sean Kenny | University of Georgia pitching coach
TABLE OF CONTENTS
4:31 | Scott’s daughter Piper is begging for a cell phone, but he hasn’t caved in yet.
19:14 | Businesses and restaurants are reopening, but the guys are still hesitant.
22:05 | Naming rights for Episode 96 is a no-brainer, this one’s for you Tez!
33:03 | Mitch opens up the listener mailbox and reads some recent letters delivered by you!
49:53 | GUEST: Sam Smith shares his reaction to The Last Dance which references his 1992 book The Jordan Rules throughout the doc.
1:13:46 | GUEST: Jim Callis weighs in on the 2020 MLB Draft class including first overall pick Spencer Torkelson and Mariners top selection Emerson Hancock.
1:32:51 | GUEST: University of Georgia pitching coach Sean Kenny provides a scouting report of M’s first round draft pick Emerson Hancock.
1:52:53 | NASCAR has taken a hardline stance against display of the Confederate flag at races moving forward.
1:53:58 | Pete Carroll is under fire for what some deem as revisionist history about Colin Kaepernick’s unsuccessful tryout in Seattle.
1:59:49 | The Yankees are the latest victim in allegations of sign-stealing.
2:00:57 | Lamar Jackson posted a video of him on the beach that will make the Ravens front office cringe.
2:05:07 | A woman in West Virginia faked her death to avoid fraud charges against her.
2:07:27 | “Long Gone Summer” is the latest ESPN doc that relives the memorable home run chase in 1998 between McGwire and Sosa.