As we went to tape on Thursday evening, the NFL owners were signing off on the new collective bargaining agreement, leaving the ball in the players’ court, and pointing to a likely end of the NFL lockout in the next few days. What are personnel situations going to look like around the NFC Central division as we begin a rapid-fire “off-season”?
Josh recaps the Women’s World Cup final and offers his opinions of where things went awry for the US team…
One week into a defining road trip for the Milwaukee Brewers, and a defining homestand for the Twins yields… no answers whatsoever. The Twins are looking pretty solid and staying within striking distance in the AL Central, but a weekend series loss to the division-leading Tigers could change things. Meanwhile, the Brewers have played a solid .500 through the first 8 of this 11-game NL West swing, but if they can’t scrounge up a win or two in San Francisco, things won’t look as rosy on the plane ride home.
It’s gonna take you around 69 minutes to listen to this, and yes — that was on purpose.