The Chicago Cubs’ bullpen coach, Lester Strode, joined Martin and Randi yesterday before Game 7 to talk about the Cubs run and the upcoming game. Lester has served as the Cubs bullpen coach since 2007.
Kelly Chase joined Martin and Randi to talk about a new documentary called “Ice Guardians” which Kelly helped to produce. The documentary talks about the most misunderstood role in sports, the NHL enforcer. For more information about the documentary check out their website.
Randy Grim, founder of Stray Rescue, joined Martin and Randi to give an update about the distemper outbreak at Stray Rescue.
Keith Tkachuk joined Martin to talk about watching his son, Matthew, play against the Blues at the Scottrade Center for the Calgary Flames.
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Mayor Slay called into the show to give his reaction to the Cardinals announcing phase 2 of Ballpark Village.
David Vobora was drafted by the Rams with the very last pick of the 2008 NFL draft. He joined Martin to talk about the Adaptive Training Foundation which he set up with the mission to empower the human athlete, restore hope through movement, and redefine the limits of individuals with disabilities. To find out more information…
Sharon Smith, curator at the Missouri History Museum, stopped by the studio to talk about their new exhibit featuring Toys of the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s.
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Jim Edmonds joined Martin and Randi to talk post season baseball, playing for the Cubs, his relationship with Joe Maddon and dealing with the car pool.