Former Atl Brave John Smotlz: “I Would’ve Never Did What I Did In My Career If I Was Worried About Getting To The Hall Of Fame
The Drive Friday 5-17-13 -The future Hall of Famer John Smoltz joins The Drive to talk about his career with the Atlanta Braves, how Stephen Strasburg has handled the hype around the young pitcher, and we ask him about his chances of getting into the baseball Hall of Fame.
On this exciting new episode of QCB Unleashed, Q talks about how Washington Nationals baseball star Bryce Harper ran into the Dodgers back field wall! He should definitely know better than that, especially since he’s played baseball all these years to know a wall is coming!
Former Major Leaguer Jim Palmer Talks The Future Of Baseball, Missed Calls, And The Childrens Home Society
The Drive Thursday 5-9-13 – Jim Palmer the 3 time Cy Young Award winner joins The Drive to talk about his season with the 1971 Orioles when they had 4 20 games winners on one team, we ask him about the future of baseball and what he would do to help the game become more popular with younger people, and we get his thoughts on the missed call in the Cleveland Indians game last night.
Mac Attack 05/08/13: New MLB Network analyst and longtime major leuage player Cliff Floyd joined the guys to recap the 1st month of the season and what he sees happening in the next few months
We are one month into the baseball season and so far we have seen a few unexpected things. The Angels are off to a very slow start, even with the addition of Josh Hamilton to that potent lineup. The Royals yes the Royals, are at the top of the AL Central. The Red Sox, not the Blue Jays, lead the AL East with Baseball’s best record. The Rockies, even though they seemed to get snowed out every other home game, lead the NL West.
Here is a quick rundown of some of the story lines going on in baseball for the first month of the season.We are going to do this at the end of the every month during […]
SAN DIEGO (AP) Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke broke his left collarbone in a bench-clearing brawl with the San Diego Padres during Los Angeles’ 3-2 victory Thursday night.
When Jackie Robinson defied Major League Baseball’s color line in 1946 he opened the doors for other African-Americans to forge ahead in “The Great American Pastime”.
We begin this blog by wishing our best to the family of the goat that is involved in our first story of the morning. I thought Cubs were above this. You live in Chicago not […]
The Drive Wednesday 4-10-13 – Gary Sheffield talks with The Drive about the startling fact that the amount of Black Americans has dwindled in Major League Baseball over the past 20 years. We ask him who he looked up to growing up, why he thinks black kids aren’t playing the sport of baseball, and what the commissioner should do to get young black players back in the game.
It’s tough to keep up with all the action in MLB. Here’s your recap for the week ending August 26, 2013.
It’s tough to keep up with all the action in MLB. Here’s your recap for the week ending June 3, 2013.