This week, we give an "In Your Face" to the Arizona Cardinals for giving up a lot to acquire Kevin Kolb in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and a second round pick? Chris takes umbrage with the talent dealt and the Kolb contract. And finally, DV gives his IYF to Brett Favre. Pre-emptively. Give it a LISTEN and thanks for supporting EndScore Report.
In this edition of EndScore Report, DV and Chris take a gander at NFL Free Agency, which has been ablaze with the shortened offseason due to the NFL Lockout. Some players such as DeAngelo Williams and Santonio Holmes have re-signed with their old teams, while others like Sidney Rice and Johnathan Joseph are looking towards greener pastures. However, where will the top prize in free agency, Nnamdi Asomugha end up?
Since the recording of this podcast on the afternoon of July 29th, Asomugha signed with the Philadelphia Eagles, spurning the New York Jets who were heavily rumored to being very close to signing him. You won't hear the news on the podcast, but you read it here! LISTEN to the podcast, anyway!
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The New York Mets have suddenly become one of the hottest teams in baseball, despite having recently traded players such as closer Francisco Rodriguez and center fielder Carlos Beltran. The Mets have won five in a row including a sweep over the Cincinnati Reds and are quickly closing the gap between them and the NL wild card leaders from the Atlanta Braves. They’ll welcome the Braves to New York next weekend and again for the final weekend in August.
As the Winnipeg Jets continue to sort out the many issues facing them before returning to the ice this fall, one of the more publicized issues revolves around Evander Kane and his wearing of the number nine. That’s the same number that former Winnipeg Jet and Hockey Hall of Fame member Bobby Hull wore and was retired by the first incarnation of the Jets. While technically that history now belongs to the Phoenix Coyotes franchise, many think it’s wrong for Kane to wear the iconic number.
In this edition of EndScore Report, DV and Chris look at the Plaxico Burress situation. Will he go to the Philadelphia Eagles? The New York Giants? Another team? And can Burress do what Eagles quarterback Michael Vick did and return to an NFL field after serving time in prison and excel? LISTEN TO THE DEBATE!
Heath Bell looks like one of the most attractive players who may be available at this year’s non-waiver trade deadline. Reports are coming out of most cities saying that team so-and-so has inquired about Bell, but does that mean San Diego Padres GM Jed Hoyer is likely to trade him? Not necessarily. Many GMs will call Hoyer simply to find out the asking price for Bell, many of whom have no interest in actually putting together a deal.
This edition of EndScore Report comes to you live after the New York Mets loss to the St. Louis Cardinals, 6-2, on July 21, 2011. The game featured two of MLB's best in Albert Pujols and Jose Reyes. The question of the day became, who would you rather have on your team? DV and Chris answer that question HERE!
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In this edition of EndScore Report, DV and Chris take a look around majors and point out the surprises and expected outcomes thus far this MLB season. The AL East is normal with the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees in a dog fight. The AL Central has the Cleveland Indians in an unfamiliar place. The Texas Rangers are shooting them down in the AL West. The Philadelphia Phillies are not having as easy a time in the NL East. The NL Central, well, what has gotten into the Pittsburgh PIrates? In the NL West, the defending World Series champion San Francisco Giants are holding up. LISTEN UP!
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Trade discussions are popping up all over the place with the MLB non-waiver trade deadline fast approaching, and one of the top names circling those discussions is that of Ubaldo Jimenez, the hard-throwing righty with the Colorado Rockies. The Rockies don’t look to be going anywhere this season and shopping Jimenez around may land them a few solid pieces toward a rebuild or at least a restructuring of the lineup for the next few years.
In this edition of "In Your Face," we call out the US government for their mishandling of the case versus Roger Clemens. Great job, prosecution. We also call out Pittsburgh Steelers defensive stalwart, James Harrison for making disparaging comments about Rashard Mendenhall, Ben Roethlisberger and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. In your faces! LISTEN UP!
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