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Monthly Archives: May 2012

Today on the show: Bryce is joined by Chris Spielman to talk about the NFL draft, his new book, and losing his wife to cancer. -Chris talks about hope and how he grew during such a difficult time. -Chris shares how his kids are doing. -Chris gives his thoughts on the Browns’ draft picks. -Chris gives us a glimpse of what we can expect from his new book. Play in new window | Download | Subscribe in iTunes | Listen on Stitcher

Ben Crane stood over his ball, stopped, and looked over at me through his sunglasses. “Dude, I just thought of a great idea for the article,” he said, in the middle of stroking putts during his practice round on Tuesday. “What is it?” I asked, standing behind the ropes and chuckling at the irony of it all. Here was a PGA Tour player practicing for what he would later tell me is one of his favorite tournaments of the year—the Wells Fargo Championship—and he’s standing over a putt thinking about a feature story for Sports Spectrum magazine. “I’ll tell you on the next tee,” he said, looking back down at his putt...

We've completed a whole month of Major League Baseball and April certainly had its memorable moments. Here are nine things we will remember from the first month of the big league season. 1. Manager's mouths Both Bobby Valentine and Ozzie Guillien found themselves in trouble by not taming their tongues... 2. Pujols’ slump Albert Pujols signed a $250 million contract with the Los Angeles Angels, and he did not hit a home run in the entire month of April... 3. Bryce Harper’s debut This month could be remembered for watching the debut of a once-in-a-generation-type player... 4. The old guys still have it Chipper Jones, Jamie Moyer and Todd Helton... 5. Brian Wilson out for season 6. Matt Kemp’s hot start 7. David Wright is back 8. D.C. Area in first place On April 30, both Baltimore and Washington were in first place in their divisions... 9. Perfection Baseball had its first perfect game of the season this month...