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Baseball Changeup & the NBA Finals on Sportsnaut Unfiltered

Welcome to the last of the Sportsnaut Unfiltered Podcasts as you know them! This afternoon TC is riding solo and giving you the great unfiltered look at the NBA Finals. He also takes a look at Josh‘s Sportsnaut All-NBA team picks and finally brings it home with some baseball! TC fills you in on the all new baseball changeup that will be taking place here on the show next week! Listen now…

Baseball Changeup at Sportsnaut Unfiltered Podcast

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Baseball Changeup at Sportsnaut Unfiltered Podcast:

  • Is it time for Rick Adelman to move on from the Minnesota Timberwolves?
  • Why are the NBA finals less exciting than NHL Hockey?
  • Who is the most recent inductee to Monument Park?
  • What is going on with the podcast TC?
  • Listen in to find out more!

TC is dropping a bombshell on listeners today that the daily podcasts you have come to love covering the wide world of sports is changing! So listen up! Sportsnaut Unfiltered Podcasts are changing to twice a week! We will be releasing shows on Tuesdays and Thursdays focusing on the great sport of baseball! Don’t fret sports fans! We plan on bringing you more podcasts, geared towards the NBA and NFL on the other days.  We are changing based on listener feedback.  The people have spoken and we want to make sure you are getting more of what you want! So instead of shows about baseball and hockey mixed together we are going to let you pick and choose what you want to hear!  Like it all listen to it all! We sure would appreciate it if you kept listening but we know many sports fans don’t enjoy all sports.

So other than that shakeup today TC talks about the top matchups in the NBA finals.  Top picks for the finals include the Thunder, the Spurs, the Pacers and the Heat, and TC tells us why!  Do you know what Pope John Paul II, Nelson Mandela, and Lou Gehrig have in common?  If you said they are all part of Monument Park, the New York Yankees Hall of Fame you are correct!  TC lets us in on a few of the other surprising, and not so surprising people in the hall of fame. TC gets us psyched up for the new show format with a recap of the famous double play from the 1948 game.

Just a note before we depart, we here at Sportsnaut.com want to send out heartfelt Get Well Wishes to Malcolm Young of AC/DC.  We hope you have a speedy recovery and find better health soon!!

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