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Anthony Castrovince – MLB.com

Anthony Castrovince from MLB.com joins us to talk about Mariner Nelson Cruz’s hot start.

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Kurt Helin – NBC Sports

Kurt Helin from NBC Sports comes on to look at the match-ups in the first round of the NBA playoffs.

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Donny Hennings – Ferndale baseball coach

The Ferndale High School baseball team is in first-place in the Northwest Conference and Golden Eagle coach Donny Hennings joins us.

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Good Question

The KPUG staff gathers again for another edition of Good Question!

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Chris Fetters – Dawgman.com

Chris Fetters joins us for an update on Husky Football spring practice

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Jayda Evans – Seattle Times

Jayda Evans tells us about the Seattle Storm having the 1st and 3rd picks in Thursday’s WNBA draft

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Scott Miller – BleacherReport.com

Bleacher Report MLB National Columnist Scott Miller joins us to talk about the first week of the season.

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Joe Yerdon – NHL.com

Joe Yerdon from NHL.com comes on to preview the Vancouver-Calgary playoff series getting underway Wednesday night.

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Good Question

Another edition of Good Question!

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Callers on the Mariners

We take your calls on the state of the Mariners six games in

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