Hear It Now
We recap the weekend that was in sports with Seen, Heard, Said.
The voice of the Bellingham Bells Erik Oas joins Doug to hit the high points so far in the Bells 4-2 start and they look ahead to weekend series against Klamath Falls.
Sean Deveney from the Sporting News joins us to talk Game 4 of the NBA Finals. Can Cleveland keep up its defensive intensity? Are things as bad they seem for Steve Kerr and the Warriors? How do you stop (or contain) LeBron James?
Zach Rymer from BleacherReport.com helps us preview the Mariners series against the struggling division-leading Astros in Houston. Will Robinson Cano fix his hitting woes? Is Carson Smith the M’s “closer of the future”?
Western Washington University Sports Information Director Paul Madison is retiring after 50 years on the job and he gets a salute from Doug & Mark. He also shares his journey from Ferndale High School to WWU, his favorite stories from his time at WWU and what’s next after he retires.
Mitchell Tripp of Meridian High School was a three-sport star but now finds himself a Cincinnati Red after being taken in the 36th round of the 2015 Major League Baseball Draft. Tripp joins The Zone and talks about his journey from Meridian to being drafted by the Reds.
We take your calls and texts on the state of the M’s after Doug’s proclamation.
We re-live the sports weekend that was with Seen, Heard, Said.
Barry Abrams from ESPN.com joins us to put American Pharoah’s Triple Crown win on Saturday in historical perspective (hint: he isn’t Secretariat).
Former Major League Baseball pitcher and current Fox Sports 1 analyst C.J. Nitkowski gives us his thoughts on the MLB and the disappointing Mariners.