Guests one night, hosts the next. Chris Kerber and Mo Drummond host this edition on the eve of Opening Day 2012. Kicking off the show with the 1-2 Punch, the guys talk if a third coach John Calipari team will lose a banner and how the St. Louis Blues have closed practice to the public.
Wednesday evening, tune into KMOX 1120 AM just after 5:00pm to hear the voice of John Rooney as the Cardinals open the 2012 season against the Miami Marlins. John joins Chris and Mo from South Florida to discuss the excitement as the Redbird’s begin their run for ’12 in 12′.
There’s plenty happening the National Hockey League, even though locally most are consumed by the incredible run of the St. Louis Blues. For a national perspective, Chris and Mo turn to NHL Sporting News writer Jesse Spector.
Tuesday morning, Chris Kerber had a chance to catch up with St. Louis Blues goalie Jaroslav Halak. Now 25-12 with a 1.97 GAA and .925 save percentage, the 26-year-old is expecting big things from his club in the playoffs as they wrap up the season this weekend.
Dan Duquette, former General Manager for the Montreal Expos and Boston Red Sox, joins Chris and Mo to talk baseball from a national perspective. Being a former GM, how do new TV contracts effect an organization like the Cardinals when their contract ranks in the bottom half of Major League Baseball.
Top NFL prospect Morris Claiborne did not score so well on the Wonderlic Test, so the Sports Hub will use Mo Drummond as the guinea pig to see how tough this exam is.