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Bret Leuthner Sports Program 9/27/11

Lots of Wild Card talk, as well as White Sox/Marlins situation. Also di into the Wayne Simmonds issues as well as Sharks season ticket "dress code". Listen Live every Tuesday from 8-9 pm and every Thursday from 6-7 pm. September 27, 2011 Compressed Continue reading "Bret Leuthner Sports Program 9/27/11" »

Three’s Company: NL, AL Division Titles Wrapped Up in One Night

On a night when three division leaders claimed their titles, the picture in post-season baseball just got a little clearer. On Friday night, the Diamondbacks, Rangers and Brewers claimed the NL West, AL West and NL Central Titles. With the Phillies, Brewers and Diamondback winning the East, Central and West... Continue reading "Three’s Company: NL, AL Division Titles Wrapped Up in One Night" »

RSBS Presents: Scoring the Republicans

A pitch only becomes a wild pitch when a runner or runners move up a base. If there's no one on or if no one advances, it's simply a bad pitch. Basically, it only counts as wild when it causes damage. So that makes me wonder if the recent Republican... Continue reading "RSBS Presents: Scoring the Republicans" »

The RSBS Podcast, Episode 27: A Man Named DIANNE and Other Stuff

Click ME to Listen!!! And so in this Podcast brought to you by Lifestyles… Jeff, Allen and Johanna kick back on all the baseball drama comin' down the stretch including STRASMAS!, Verlander's MVP bid, Nyjer AHHHHHHH Morgan and several other topics sure to offend as much as entertain! The crew... Continue reading "The RSBS Podcast, Episode 27: A Man Named DIANNE and Other Stuff" »

The Filibuster

College football and the NFL have both come back with a vengeance but for MLB, there really aren't any compelling races at this point. How can baseball compete? Ryan Otsego, MI ___________________________________ Pardon my frankness here, Ryan, but... WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU TALKIN' ABOUT? No compelling races? How can... Continue reading "The Filibuster" »

The Phils reach eighty victories, despite having to wait over two hours for the rain to subside first, as they defeat the D-backs, 4-1.

The Phils, after having to wait over two hours for the rain to leave, win their eightieth game, as they beat the D-backs, 4-1. The Phils took the lead in the second as, with two men on, and with two me out, Wilson Valdez hits an RBI double, knocking in... Continue reading "The Phils reach eighty victories, despite having to wait over two hours for the rain to subside first, as they defeat the D-backs, 4-1." »

The Phils’ bat breaks the game open in the late innings, as they defeat the D-backs, 9-2.

The Phils’ offense erupt for seven runs in the late innings, as they beat the D-backs, 9-2. The Phils took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first as Jimmy Rollins started off the game for the Phils by launching the first pitch into the left center field seats... Continue reading "The Phils’ bat breaks the game open in the late innings, as they defeat the D-backs, 9-2." »

Billy the Philly Fan - Phillies Diamondbacks Recap

Billy the Philly Fan and Steve from My Two Cents rant about tonight's Phillies Diamondbacks game from Citizens Bank Park. Continue reading "Billy the Philly Fan - Phillies Diamondbacks Recap" »

Roy Halladay suffers a complete game lost as he loses control in the ninth, as the Phils drop one to the streaking D-backs, 3-2.

Roy Halladay loses the lead in the top of the ninth, as the Phils lose one late to the streaking D-backs, 3-2. The D-backs took the lead in the second as, with a man on second, and with one man out, Lyle Overbay hits an RBI single, knocking in Chris... Continue reading "Roy Halladay suffers a complete game lost as he loses control in the ninth, as the Phils drop one to the streaking D-backs, 3-2." »

The RSBS Podcast, Episode 26: Willow, R2D2 and Other Famous Midgets

Click ME to Listen!!! And so in this Podcast brought to you by Lifestyles… "KEITH, GET A BUCKET!" After Jeff and Allen dragged Johanna's almost lifeless body out of the Lollapalooza bullpen, the RSBS crew sat down to smack down on all-things baseball. Joined midway by special guest, Tim Baffoe... Continue reading "The RSBS Podcast, Episode 26: Willow, R2D2 and Other Famous Midgets" »

The Filibuster

A bunch of teams are clustered right around .500 and above and no division is even close to being set at this point. Does this mean baseball is starting to reach parity? Sean Caledonia, MI ___________________________________ Beware, my friend. I sense... something. This... parity you speak of... IT'S A TRAP!... Continue reading "The Filibuster" »

The RSBS Podcast, Episode 25: Audible Pantslessness & Other Stuff

Click ME to Listen!!! And so in this Podcast brought to you by Lifestyles… After a rough night of Pirate inspired debauchery, Jeff and Johanna clear the cobwebs (and police reports) to make room for special guest, Paul Lebowitz. It doesn't take long for them to get riled up as... Continue reading "The RSBS Podcast, Episode 25: Audible Pantslessness & Other Stuff" »

The National League wins the All-Star Game for the second straight year as they defeat the American League, 5-1.

For the second straight year, the National League All-Stars win the All-Star Game, as they defeat the American League’s best, 5-1. The American League took the lead in the All-Star Game in the fourth as, with two men out, Adrian Gonzalez of the Red Sox hits a solo home run... Continue reading "The National League wins the All-Star Game for the second straight year as they defeat the American League, 5-1." »

The RSBS Podcast, Episode 24: A Fanboy's Merkin… and Other Stuff

Click ME to Listen!!! And so in this Podcast brought to you by Lifestyles… Jeff and Johanna dig into the bowels of the current Major League season and compare sizes opinions on myriad topics, including but not limited to what makes an ideal fanboy merkin, the Cubbies' goat fiasco, Pat... Continue reading "The RSBS Podcast, Episode 24: A Fanboy's Merkin… and Other Stuff" »

Did The Pirates Select The Best Player With The No. 1 Pick?

The Pittsburgh Pirates selected the UCLA Bruins hard-throwing right-hander Gerritt Cole with the 2011 No. 1 MLB draft pick, but should they have selected his teammate Trevor Bauer? Gerritt Cole Cole struggled this season recording a 6-8 record with an 3.31 ERA and 1.11 WHIP but did strikeout 111 batters.... Continue reading "Did The Pirates Select The Best Player With The No. 1 Pick?" »
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