Day: April 26, 2017

Predators-Blues Series Preview

First of all, let me just say I don’t think anybody expected this as a second round match-up. Without a doubt, Minnesota/Chicago seemed like they were destined to meet in the Western Semis and incredibly enough, both teams were absolutely dominated by their opponent. Now here we are looking at a Blues-Predators matchup that will send one team to the Western Conference Finals. Right off the bat, it is probably pretty obvious to guess what they key will be in this series. Jake Allen and Pekka Rinne have played lights out in net and have showed no signs of...

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It’s Let Me B-Frank, Not Let Me Be Fired

Today has been a day of mixed emotions for many on the internet with the news of approximately 100 layoffs by “Media giant” ESPN.  Here are just a few of the many announcements via Twitter. Check Let Me B-Frank for continuing coverage, as there are sure to be more as the day goes on. Poured my heart and soul into ESPN for last 8 years. Moved my wife and 3 kids to CT to go "all in" 5 years ago. Bummed it ended in 3 minutes — Danny Kanell (@dannykanell) April 26, 2017 Well folks, as you can tell...

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Let Me B-Frank Podcast: April 26th

Brian and Pete discuss Jeter & Jeb buying the Marlins, Fred Hoiberg’s phenomenal coaching job and if Eric Thames is on the juice. Top 5 this week is trophies. 00:00 NHL Playoffs & Injuries 4:40 NBA Playoffs 11:49 Bulls 17:50 Eric Thames, Jeb & Jeter 25:45 Bears draft 30:08 Top 5 Best Trophies 36:15 Lavar Ball Hot Take of the Week 38:12 Tweets 40:27 Stats Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSShare this:PrintTweetEmailLike this:Like...

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Chris Coghlan Is Superman, Flies Over Yadier Molina At Home Plate

Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Chris Coghlan brought it back to Soulja Boy Tell’Em’s 2007 by completely Supermaning that hoe (the hoe being Yadier Molina) on Tuesday night by flying over the St. Louis catcher at home plate. Coghlan said he decided to do this because he felt Molina was illegally blocking the plate and didn’t want to run him over, as he was on deck when San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey broke his leg after getting ran over at the plate in 2011. Coghlan always finds a way to make plays whenever he is able to get in...

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