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Jayda Evans – Seattle Times

Jayda Evans from the Seattle Times joins us to discuss how the Seattle Storm fared in last night’s WNBA Draft

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Rex Hoggard – Golf Channel

Rex Hoggard from The Golf Channel joins us to re-cap The Masters and tell us about the big stories of the weekend

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Brad Adam – ROOT Sports

Brad Adam from ROOT Sports comes on to break down the start of the Mariner season

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Todd Dybas – News Tribune of Tacoma

Todd Dybas from the News Tribune of Tacoma gives us the latest on the investigation in Florida involving Colin Kaepernick and Ricardo Lockette

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Gregg Bell – UW

Gregg Bell from UW stops by to discuss the top-10 ranked Husky baseball team hosting Stanford this weekend

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Greg Wyshynski – Yahoo! Sports

Greg Wyshynski from Yahoo! Sports joins us to look at the Vancouver Canucks addition of Trevor Linden as team president

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Jim Clem – Bellingham Bells

Bellingham Bells assistant coach Jim Clem comes on to talk about his election into the WIAA Hall of Fame for his days as the head coach at Burlington High School

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Art Thiel – Sportspress Northwest

Art Thiel from Sportspress Northwest joins us to talk about the 2014 Mariners

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Rebecca Hale – Seattle Mariners

Mariner Director of Public Information Rebecca Hale joins us to hit the high points of Opening Night

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Steve Futterman – CBS News

Steve Futterman joins us to discuss tonight’s Kentucky-UConn national title game in Arlington, Texas

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