February 28, 2010

Show #95: Our Interviews with Billy Wagner and Tommy Hanson

Spring Training interviews with Billy Wagner and Tommy Hanson.  Plus, Derek Lowe named Opening Day starter and the mounting praise for Jason Heyward.


 

 

213 Responses to “Show #95: Our Interviews with Billy Wagner and Tommy Hanson”

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    Bubdylan Says:

    No, you don’t! Oh, man, that has got to be the absolute king of all the pop culture offspring of postmodernism. Sam Beckett got nothin’ on these boys. Elvis… doing Zeppelin… in that outfit… in reggae… now I know what marijuana was supposed to do to me.

  2. 202
    Tcc Says:

    I thought the voice sounded like Steve Martin doing Elvis doing Led Z…..Jeez…either way there’s just no accounting for it.

    Back to the matters at hand, folks: I’m so JAZZED about the Bravos, I’m ready to BUST! GO BRAVES!!!

  3. 203
    Bubdylan Says:

    Wang went down. No time-table on return to the mound.

  4. 204
    Bubdylan Says:

    Heyward’s Homer:

    http://espn.go.com/mlb/clubhouse?team=atl

  5. 205
    Bubdylan Says:

    A specbeautious take on Hanson from a fantasy fellow:

    http://sports.espn.go.com/fantasy/baseball/flb/story?page=mlbdk2k1030qbraves

  6. 206
    Hammy Says:

    I can do one better: I saw them in concert (Dread Zep, that is). I have their cd too. They’re actually more than a gimmick – pretty entertaining.

    I am a little worried about Chipper, but you would have to figure that his timing would be off after readjusting his swing and adding all of that muscle. Hopefully he can get it ironed out.

  7. 207
    Steve Says:

    New show coming tonight. Interview with Martin Gandy of Talking Chop. Lots of spring tranining stuff too.

  8. 208
    Bubdylan Says:

    Well, I’ll admit, I pulled up their version of Kashmir, all ready to laugh at them again, and after a couple minutes, I was like… hey, this sounds pretty nice actually. A nice groove.

    I’m majorly concerned with Chipper. Especially with Infante struggling. I’m glad he’s sitting it out, though. I hope he carries that policy into the season. Give me a role player at 3B hitting 8th instead of a hurt Chipper hitting 3rd every day of the summer.

  9. 209
    Bubdylan Says:

    Hey, Martin Gandy. Cool. I like his stuff. Didn’t know you guys talked.

  10. 210
    Princess Leah Says:

    Me? A stalker? I’m shocked! I do feel the need to tell you Bub, bermuda shorts and cowboy boots? Not a good look. I loved the scene from Hurt Locker and cannot wait to see the whole thing. I also loved Slumdog…in case you all were wondering.
    So fun to read all the tweets and retweets about our kid J-Hey. Thanks for the link Bub…CRAZY HOMER! Both of you. I’ve BEEN worried about Chipper. He seems like the same guy from the end of last season and now the injury (all this from a lady miles away who hasn’t seen him swing a bat this season)?

    Most importantly, Cledus…my azaleas bloomed like crazy in December. Does that mean no pretty Easter pics this year with the kids in front of pretty azalea bushes?

    NEW SHOW! Although it will have to wait until tomorrow. I pruned my 15 feet tall Crepe Myrtle today and I can’t keep my eyes open.

  11. 211
    Princess Leah Says:

    Oh crap, I mispelled Crape.

  12. 212
    Bubdylan Says:

    I’m likewise off to sleepy town. Looking forward to the show tomorrow.

    Leah, I know you’re no stalker. With my cowboy boots I always wear the leather shorts. The tight, hot pink, very short, leather shorts.

  13. 213
    Curt Says:

    I guess I’m too slow to comprehend the nuances of cerebral tension.
    I will offer that one of my favorite movies in recent years if called The Lives of Others. It is the perfect film. If you can deal with subtitles it’s simply a masterpiece. And Bub, it’s loaded with cerebral tension.

    And Robert Plant himself was a noted Dread Zeppelin fan, and in fact had their music playing before he took stage at a show I saw.

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