Delino DeShields, who tested positive for COVID-19 before the Indians resumed training in Cleveland, worked out with his teammates for the first time on Saturday.
Francisco Lindor, Javy Baez, Xander Bogaerts and more make up a very talented -- and improving -- group.
- Indians OF DeShields back from virus, works out
- Indians' Reyes apologizes after weekend slip-ups
- Big Ten going to conference-only slate this fall
- Browns to allow season-ticket holders to opt out
The 2nd Hour kicked off with a couple breaking news stories: The NFL doing something about DeSean Jackson's message about Jewish people and the Pac-12's decision to go conference only this season. And, talk on the Washington Football Team and the Cleveland Baseball Team about changing their names. Then, "Radio Tinder."
BBTN: Boog Sciambi on waking up at 3 a.m. to call KBO, the Mets, crowd noise. Plus, Todd Radom on Yankee Stadium
Boog Sciambi joins Buster to discuss, how he’s adjusted to getting up at 3 a.m. calling KBO games, why he loves watching Lee Jung-hoo, the Mets fanbase, pumping music or crowd noise into a stadium during games and ignoring medical professionals (5:59). Plus, Todd Radom on Yankee Stadium and the weekly quiz (29:35).
The guys reacted to Stephen Jackson's apology for "defending" DeSean Jackson and Julian Edelman's IG message to DeSean. Plus, new names for the Cleveland Indians. And, is Rajon Rondo "hotel shaming?" Also, "Game of Games" and Crosstalk with Allen Sliwa.
The $1 million TBT tipped off July 4. Here's a look at the results, TV schedule and tip times for the 11-day hoops extravaganza.
Indians OF Franmil Reyes says he learned from what happened over the weekend and vowed to not do it again.
Big Ten athletic directors and presidents have decided on moving to a conference-only model for all fall sports, including football.
The Browns are allowing their season-ticket holders to opt out of the 2020 season without penalty, and sent fans some new policies due to the pandemic.
BBTN: MLB has a 98.2% negative coronavirus test rate, Yankees look like they're having fun, Manfred should addressing the media everyday
Marly Rivera joins Buster to discuss the completion of MLB’s intake process that yielded a 98.2% negative test rate for coronavirus, player comfort and accountability as summer camp is underway, and the Yankees looking like they’re having a good time playing baseball (3:48). Plus, Karl Ravech stops by to talk about Steve Cohen emerging as the favorite to buy the Mets, why he thinks baseball will be played, Kris Bryant’s trepidation about returning and his observations covering KBO as MLB’s return is on the horizon (15:16).
The Class of 2015 had 20 five-star prospects, including Kyler Murray and Derwin James, but it comes down to quality over quantity.
The Phillies' backstop is the clear leader, but several breakout performers are on the way up.
Ohio State has paused all voluntary workouts on campus after its latest round of testing for the coronavirus. The decision impacts seven teams, including the football team and men's and women's basketball teams.
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Miguel Andújar and Amed Rosario worked out with Carlos Santana while they were in Tampa. Santana told me he was very impressed with the talent and smarts of both players, who he thinks are well suited to handle the New York stage. Santana also praised Andújar while he took BP, saying he has "impressive."
The Indians have cleared Franmil Reyes to return to workouts after he was isolated for attending a party over the July Fourth weekend.
The Cleveland Browns signed rookie left tackle Jedrick Wills, their first-round draft pick from Alabama.
Bomani addresses why “the money” was right for Washington’s football team and Cleveland’s baseball team to consider a name change (1:00), why he really hopes Cam Newton plays well with the Patriots (28:29) and why DeSean Jackson made a colossal error despite thinking he was putting us up “on game” (41:10). Plus, your voicemails from when you accidentally got caught up in a “rough” neighborhood you didn’t expect (51:57).
MLB.com’s Anthony Castrovince joins Buster to discuss the Cleveland name change, the history of the name “Indians” for the team, why he favors the Spiders for the new name, the inspiration for his book “A Fan’s Guide to Baseball Analytics” and what he thinks happens with Francisco Lindor this season (5:33). Plus, Todd Radom stops by to talk about the work involved with a team changing its name and creating a new logo (21:46).
The Indians aren't letting Franmil Reyes practice with the team after he was spotted at a party not wearing a mask.
First Take 1st Hour: Pat Mahomes gets a big deal, Trump tweets on teams, and what does Mahomes' deal mean for Dak Prescott?
Stephen A. & Max react to Patrick Mahomes' record deal, debate what President Trumps tweets on sports team names mean, and what does Patrick Mahomes' new deal mean for Dak Prescott's contract talks with the Cowboys?
NFL Players Association president JC Tretter does not feel that the league has put the right protocols in place to deal with the coronavirus.