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Danny, Dave and Moore

Seattle sports talk with Danny O'Neil, Dave Wyman and Jim Moore, weekday afternoons from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on 710 ESPN Seattle.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

  • August 12, 2015 - Hour: 2
    The Professor, John Clayton, joins the show to discuss the Bills acquisition of IK Enemkpali and Brady's "deflated" appearance in the courtroom sketches. And, where does a no-hitter rank in baseball accomplishments? How hard is it? The guys discuss Iwakuma's impressive performance in the 5th no-hitter in Mariners history. Then, we find out what we learned today!
  • August 12, 2015 - Hour: 1
    First, Danny, Dave and Moore celebrate Hisashi Iwakuma's no hitter with a special montage. Then, Mariners pitching coach Rick Waits joins the guys to discuss the historic game and what he considers to be Iwakauma's greatest strengths. Then, former UW Tackle and PAC 12 Network Analyst Lincoln Kennedy joins the show with his thoughts on how Huskies Football will perform this season. Later, where does Iwakuma's no-hitter rank among Mariners' accomplishments?

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

  • Seahawks' Dion Bailey: Drafted players were just in a "better position"
    Seahawks SS Dion Bailey sits down with Danny, Dave and Moore to discuss transitioning into the NFL as an undrafted free agent and what it's like to practice with the ones while Kam Chancellor is holding out. He also pulls back the curtain on the intense ping pong competition in the Seahawks locker room.
  • August 11, 2015 - Hour: 3
    Seahawks SS Dion Bailey sits down with Danny, Dave and Moore to discuss transitioning into the NFL as an undrafted free agent and what it's like to practice with the ones while Kam Chancellor is holding out. He also pulls back the curtain on the intense ping pong competition in the Seahawks locker room. Could he be a legitimate replacement for Kam Chancellor? And, the guys discuss further why the Seahawks are okay without a middle class. Then, we find out what we learned today!
  • August 11, 2015 - Hour: 2
    John Clayton joins the show from the NFL owners meeting to discuss the possibilities of a NFL team moving to LA and whether or not the Seahawks will be hurt by their disappearing middle class. Then, Kam Chancellor's still missing. Should the Seahawks give into his demands? The guys take your calls. And, a NFL millionaire is living off of $60,000 a year in "Sweeping the Dial".
  • August 11, 2015 - Hour: 1
    Have recent big deals made the Seahawks demise inevitable in the salary-cap era? Many question their disappearing middle class, but the guys argue that if the Seahawks keep drafting like they've been, they'll be just fine. Then, Geno Smith is out for 6-10 weeks with a broken jaw. How hard of a hit is this really for the Jets?

Monday, August 10, 2015

  • August 10, 2015 - Hour: 3
    First, we revisit our earlier interview with Seahawks LB Brock Coyle. Then, Is Seattle the best place for undrafted free agents? The guys share which undrafted free agent they predict will make the team this year. And, Danny, Dave and Moore continue to take your calls on what excites you and concerns you about this year's Seahawks. Later, we find out what we learned on today's show!
  • August 10, 2015 - Hour: 2
    The Professor, John Clayton, joins the show to discuss the latest from training camps across the country, including concerns about Seattle's offensive line. Then, did the Mariners' sell too soon? Danny, Dave and Moore discuss whether or not they were too hasty gutting their bullpen. And, Cam Newton punches his way into Dave's heart in "Sweeping the Dial".
  • August 10, 2015 - Hour: 1
    It's officially Seahawks' game week! Going into the first preseasons game, what are you excited about? What are you concerned about? What are you unsure about? Then, Seahawks LB Brock Coyle sits down with the guys to discuss his confidence entering this year as a veteran, versus as a rookie last year. Plus, he shares his thoughts on the Seahawks' new linebacker coaches and which Seahawks linebacker is the best Secret Santa.
  • Seahawks' Brock Coyle: "I'm confident; I've seen it all"
    Seahawks LB Brock Coyle sits down with "Danny, Dave and Moore" to discuss his confidence going into his second year in the NFL.

Friday, August 7, 2015

  • August 7, 2015 - Hour: 3
    Doug Baldwin joins the show to discuss his habits for success and the journey he's made over his NFL career. He also pokes fun at the new "kids" on the team and clears some bad air with Jim Moore. Later, Mariners' Insider Shannon Drayer sits down with the guys at Edgar's Cantina to talk about the development of Jim's golden child Jesus Montero and whether or not we'll see more changes in the Mariners' lineup. And, could this be the First Annual Milkbone Challenge on "Misfit Radio"? Then, we find out what we learned today!
  • August 7, 2015 - Hour: 2
    The Professor, John Clayton, joins the guys with his Coors Light Cold Hard Facts. Topics include Aldon Smith's release and when Earl Thomas will return to the field. And, it appears that discussions over Kam Chancellor's holdout have hit a standstill. Is there a next step? Danny, Dave and Moore share if and when they think Kam Chancellor will make an appearance. Then, Lynch wants another chance to run it in in "Sweeping the Dial".
  • August 7, 2015 - Hour: 1
    Mariners rookie pitcher Mike Montgomery joins the show to talk about his transition into the big leagues and the pressure put on first round picks. Plus, he shares what it's like to be traded and what got him kicked off his high school basketball team. Then, the guys discuss where they stand with Doug Baldwin. Has he matured? And, have the Seahawks peaked? Danny O'Neil argues that it's a "silly" notion.
  • Mariners pitcher Mike Montgomery: "They're really good at hitting mistakes"
    Mariners rookie pitcher Mike Montgomery joins Danny, Dave and Moore to discuss his transition into the major leagues and his first experience as a pro pitcher.
  • Doug Baldwin's habits of success: "Hard work, patience and faith"
    Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin joins Danny, Dave and Moore to break down his habits of success and his veteran feelings towards the team's new "kids."
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