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This week Brian talks about the hottest team in New York, the Mets, and there match-up with the revived Yankees in the early edition of the Subway Series. I mean, cmon, the Subway Series! Who’s excited?! He also discusses the NBA playoffs, including the New Adventures of Old Derrick Rose, and how Deron Williams can make anyone frustrated, especially if the Brooklyn Nets had fans.
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I am going to go out on a very steep limb and assume every morning you wake up wondering, “Where can I find clothing that legally bears the image and/or likeness of Mike Francesa?”
Well, those days are over and here are the three top spots to claim your own holy garments.
This morning it could consist of discussion starters such as gay marriage, abortion, marijuana legalization, the relaunch of a new and improved Full House sitcom series-
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The Red Ticket Blues Podcast, My wife Diana joins the Red Ticket Blues studios to chat about a plethora of topics. We discuss my day of tribulations at Best Buy purchasing a television, if Sonny Vaccarro is a nice guy or dirtbag king of amateur basketball, and the bitchiness of young Britt Mchale.
We also talks about the big Manny Pacquiao / Floyd Mayweather fight, Kris Bryant’s big Chicago Cubs debut, and the resurrection of the holy one, Tim Tebow!
This week Brian touches on anything and everything pertinent in the sports world. Discussing the Yankees-Red Sox last weekend, former NFL running back and troubled soul Lawrence Phillips being accused of murdering his cellmate,and Floyd Mayweather, while gearing up fo rhis title “Fight of The Century” with Manny Pacquiao, sat down with Katie Couric and now does not agree with his previous agreement of beating his ex-girlfriend.Also in the midst of his FIRST murder trial, Brian talks the creepy viewing of Aaron Hernandez‘s stationary Twitter account, the power surge of Stephen Drew and, of course, we have to talk about Alex Rodriguez!
Along the way we remember Phil Rizzuto and :The Money Store” and Charlotte Hornets minority owner and awful rapper Nelly being arrested for felony drug possession!
Plus, we play a litte “Shocking/Not Shocking” and indulge in a quick preview of Major League Baseball’s American League Central!
In an extra special episode, my wife, Diana, my wife joins the podcast to discuss the copious amounts of urine all over Wrigley Field and not in the bathrooms, how Jonathan Papelbon longs for yesteryear in Boston, and the global sensation that is Mike Francesa.
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In this episode Brian tackles the the end of Kentucky’s perfect season, how Duke took the crown, if Mike Francesa sits in Alex Rodriguez’s private seats, and if Matt Harvey is above being judged.
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This week’s episode includes Brian ranting about Phil Jackson’s ineptitude as New York Knicks president, the ridiculousness of Southwest Airlines boarding process, and a honest preview of the MLB American League East.
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This week on the Red Ticket Blues Podcast, Brian talks David Ortiz reminding us he didn’t do steroids, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Duke and Michigan State complete the Final Four as March Madness hits it’s final weekend, and Mike Francesa continues to make awful predictions. Plus much more!!!
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This week, Brian talks all the craizness of College Basketball, the unsafe conditions only Mets can provide to their fans, Cubs toying with the feelings and life Kris Bryant, and the New York Yankees may hate Alex Rodriguez, but they hate selfie sticks just as much.
My wife, friend, and I discuss the birth and inner-workings of Mongo Nation at Pirilo Pizza Rustico in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.Well, I educate. 3/24/15. Mike Francesa would be proud. Apologize to mongos names who were not listed. You are all equally important.