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September 2013

September 7, 2013 guest Natu Tuatagaloa, former NFL lineman, where we discussed the NFL settlement on concussions, increase in the number of 300 lbs linemen, Miguel Cabrera's run for a second consecutive triple crown, and Johnny Manziel


September 14, 2013 guest Buddy Biancalana, 1985 World Series hero, discussing the 7 secrets of world class athletes, Green Bay Packers kicker restructuring his contract based on performance, the Olympics bringing back wrestling, why so many safeties in the first week of the NFL, Ndamakong Suh fined $100,000 for illegal block, and Alvarez vs. Mayweather boxing match of the year

September 21, 2013 guest Dr. Michael Chiarottino, discussing athletes and addictions, Clay Mathews only getting fined $15,000 for clothes lining Kaepernick? Are some athletes given to favoritism? Fantasy Football insurance, Mayweather beats Alvarez-why such a large purse for 150lbs. fighters?

September 28, 2013 guest Bill Schlough, CIO for the San Francisco Giants, discussing the technology regarding stadiums. We also discussed "quiet" players such as Todd Helton and getting into the Hall of Fame like Robin Yount and Tony Gwynn, greatest shortstops of all time and how much the emphasis has shifted has been from hitting to fielding and back to hitting, pitchers who have lost their steam and changing to middle relievers