Monday, April 13, 2015
- April 13, 2015 - Hour: 1
Jim's back! Is Russell Wilson seriously considering playing baseball or is it just a bargaining chip in his contract with the Seahawks? Is it logistically possible to do both? It was a wild weekend with the Mariners taking 2 out of 3 from the Oakland A's in quite an unorthodox fashion. What was the biggest play of the weekend? Plus the Seahawks are vacationing in Hawaii and welcoming Jimmy Graham, and Fernando Rodney's stats are worse (albeit slightly) in non-save situations.
Friday, April 10, 2015
- Mariners rookie pitcher Tyler Olson on his one-pitch, two-out MLB debut
M's lefty reliever Tyler Olson joins "Danny, Dave and Moore" about making the team out of spring training and getting two outs on just one pitch in his debut.
- April 10, 2015 - Hour: 3
Mariners relief pitcher Tyler Olson joins the show and talks about his debut, getting two outs with one pitch. Are you more nervous about Taijuan Walker or JA Happ? Danny is more excited about Walker. The guys take a deeper look at the new look Mariner lineup. Plus, Danny, Dave and Moore is like ______? In "Audibles!" we find out which Disney princess the guys would be.
- April 10, 2015 - Hour: 2
John Clayton discusses the futures of Seahawks running backs Robert Turbin and Christine Michael, who are both entering pivotal seasons in 2015. We talk to Shannon Drayer briefly as perhaps she will have to apologize much like Bert Blyleven for saying Oakland's ballpark is 'the jewel of baseball'. Also, what is this show like without Jim? In "Sweeping the Dial" the guys discuss Jordan Speith's rise in golfing, Adrian Beltre's likability, and Troy Polamalu retires.
- April 10, 2015 - Hour: 1
Jim out again. Do we want the Seahawks to be more polite? Is there really a problem about what Michael Bennett said about Jimmy Graham? Callers weigh in. Also the Seahawks evaluate QBs differently than the rest of the NFL. Why hasn't the rest of league caught up? Plus Bert Blyleven falls victim to the PC police when he says Detroit looks better with low cloud cover.
Thursday, April 9, 2015
- April 9, 2015 - Hour: 4
It's "The John Clayton Rewind!" We replay our 4 o'clock segment with the Professor. The Mariners lost a frustrating game last night – how much can we read into it and what are you looking for against Oakland? Plus we find out what we learned today?
- April 9, 2015 - Hour: 3
Last night's game did harken back to season's past with the Mariners falling short during a rally. But there are definitely some positives like Carson Smith and homers from Seager and Miller. Plus Iwakuma bounced back after a rough first 2 innings. Callers weigh in on their thoughts following the opening series. Also, a visit with 'Annoyed Lloyd'. In "Audibles!" we find out what was a punishment as a kid is more of a reward as an adult.
- April 9, 2015 - Hour: 2
John Clayton discusses the factors at play in the Seahawks' upcoming decision about whether or not to pick up linebacker Bruce Irvin's fifth-year option. Marshawn Lynch just released a new BeastMode shirt with 'I'm here so I don't get fined' on it. Danny says he will buy one, how about you? In "Sweeping the Dial" the guys talk about more John Calipari players headed to the NBA, the Aaron Hernandez trial with a news van following jurors, and Mark Cuban not a fan of college basketball.
- April 9, 2015 - Hour: 1
Jim is out today. Michael Bennett spoke with "Justin and Gee" today and dismisses rumors about asking for a trade to Atlanta and also backs up his comments about Jimmy Graham. Do his comments about Graham make you at all worried about team chemistry? Dave says this stuff happens all the time. Plus a look into what happens in the Moore household when the Mariners lose and Mikey tells his mom to 'shut up'.
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
- April 8, 2015 - Hour: 3
Mariners reporter Shannon Drayer gives us the latest on Iwakuma's health as he gets ready to go tonight, as well as Seth Smith and his curious scratch today. How much importance should we be placing on the 'rubber match' between the Mariners and Angels tonight? Plus, offense is down across MLB and Commissioner Manfred addressed that at Safeco tonight. In "Audibles!" we learn where it's acceptable to take a first date.
- April 8, 2015 - Hour: 2
John Clayton discusses how the Seahawks define what general manager John Schneider calls their "core" players. Doug Baldwin was at the Mariners game last night and received a nice ovation, when shown on screen. Are we the only ones tired of his schtick, not the fans? In "Sweeping the Dial" the talks discuss Adrian Beltre and pace of play rules, Chicago postponing a game because of a forecast (no actual rain), and the NBA will have players vote for MVP.
- April 8, 2015 - Hour: 1
The Mariners got shut out last night. Was it a great outing by C.J. Wilson or a sign of things to come? How did Paxton look? Does this worry you at all? How important will it be to get back on track tonight? Callers weigh in. Also, Jim gives us a Masters overview. We learn from Lloyd McClendon that Seth Smith has a tight groin.
Tuesday, April 7, 2015
- April 7, 2015 - Hour: 3
Mariners pitcher Carson Smith joins the show and talks about the spring training roller coaster, getting sent down and called up before the season began. Plus he talks about his funky delivery. The Mariners lineup looks a little different tonight and it's part of the 'non' platoon we're going to see this year. In "Audibles!" we learn about which 710 ESPN Seattle host the guys would not help in a fight.
- April 7, 2015 - Hour: 2
John Clayton identifies the teams he could see selecting former Huskies Danny Shelton and cornerback Marcus Peters in the first half of the first round. Coach Calipari vs. Coach Krzyzewski, who would you rather play for? In "Sweeping the Dial" the guys discuss Percy Harvin's 'ready to explode' comment, why Bubba Watson is hated, and Bo Ryan's complaints about officiating.
- April 7, 2015 - Hour: 1
Who are the pieces on this Seahawks team that should form the nucleus in 2015? What about 2016? How different will this team look in a year? John Schneider certainly isn't shy in pulling the trigger on a deal to acquire blockbuster talent with Percy Harvin and now Jimmy Graham, that if a move doesn't work, it doesn't make him hesitate on making another. Is it important for Graham to be a core player for the next 2-3 years?