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The Sports Monger Show Presented by MyrtleBeachGolf.net15/07/2016 Duración: 02min
The Sports Monger Radio Show, Presented by MyrtleBeachGolf.net, Brian talks all thinks Open Championship. Phil Mickelson's near miss and lots of other great scores. The weather was abnormally wonderful, he will talk about how big changes in the weather will affect the players.He also breaks down the first half of the MLB season. He will also cry in his beer over his beloved Phillies.... All that and much more on tonight's Sports Monger Radio Show!!!!
The Sports Monger Show Presented by MyrtleBeachGolf.net08/07/2016 Duración: 44min
The Sports Monger Radio Show, presented by MyrtleBeachGolf.netWe will be talking about all the NBA Moves and what it means as far as a shift in power, or resurgence. Also, we will touch on the NHL and some of the moves and non moves that were made. Baseball is in full swing and we will talk about what we have seen in the first half of the season. Also we will touch on the ridiculousness of the ALL STAR game and any if what significance it carries at this point. All that and more... or less on tonights Sports Monger Radio Show.
The Sports Monger Radio Show24/06/2016 Duración: 36min
The Sports Monger Radio Show, Presented by MyrtleBeachGolf.net. Tonight we delve into the US Open and the controversy that took place with regards to the Penalty stroke and how the USGA handled it. We will also talk about the Epic comeback for the Cavaliers and the parade that brought over 1.3 million people to the streets of Cleveland. We will also try to cover other pressing Sports Headlines that were this week. Catch all this tonight on The Sports Monger Radio Show.
SportsMonger Show17/06/2016 Duración: 20min
Tonight we celebrate the 2016 Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins!!!!We also take a look at the NBA Finals as the Warriors and Cavaliers battle in game 6 in Cleveland. The US Open got off to a raining start (if you can call 9 players completing round 1 a start)