7:00 Multiple media outlets reported the details of MLB’s “safety proposal” over the weekend. Randy and Michelle talk about some of the ins-and-outs of the 67 page document, and wonder which of these provisions will actually work.
7:15 “Last Dance Recap” – Last night was the premiere of the final two episodes of “The Last Dance.” Randy and Michelle talk about what stuck out to them from ESPN’s critically acclaimed series.
7:30 Wayne Larrivee was the television voice of the Chicago Bulls throughout the Bulls dynasty in the 1990s. He joins Randy and Michelle for his front row seat to the magic of Michael Jordan.
7:45 “TAKE IT or LEAVE IT” – Which number will be retired by the Cardinals first – #4 or #5?
8:00 “Fresh Take” – Randy and Michelle dive back in to baseball’s “safety proposal,” and talk more about the final night of “The Last Dance” on ESPN.
8:15 Chris Kerber, 101 ESPN & Blues Radio Network, joins Randy and Michelle for their weekly chat on all things St. Louis Blues.
8:30 “The Fight” – Randy reflects on the day Michael Jordan lost to the Mizzou Tigers in St. Louis.
8:45 Dan Dierdorf, Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 1996, joins Randy and Michelle to share one of his favorite stories about the late Phyllis George, who passed away over the weekend at the age of 70.
9:00 “You’re Killing Me, Smalls” – It’s still hard to believe that Dennis Rodman left the Bulls in the middle of the 1998 NBA Finals to take part in a pro wrestling event.
9:15 Bob Ryan, Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 1996, joins Randy and Michelle to talk about the finale of “The Last Dance.”
9:30 Dan McLaughlin, 101 ESPN & FOX Sports Midwest, joins Randy and Michelle for his weekly chat on all things St. Louis Cardinals.
9:45 The Crossover with Dan McLaughlin