Sports Bash Saturday REWIND (Apr. 12): Phillies Panic Moment, Golf’s Star Problem, Tradeoffs In Trade For Dion Jordan
Here's what you missed on the Sports Bash Saturday with Matt Hammond on April 12:
-- Phillies are being passed by in NL East... by everybody. Even the Marlins.
-- Before PGA Tour can find its next star, it needs to find a dominant talent.
-- We whip around to all the day's top stories
(1) WR Dorial Green-Beckham kicked off Mizzou football team
(2) Knicks tragic number in Eastern Conference Playoffs down to 1
(3) Tom Coughlin pushed Eli Manning to have ankle surgery
(4) Curtis Granderson tells fan: "Don't touch me."
(5) Aroldis Chapman scheduled for first bullpen since comebacker
-- Trading for Dion Jordan means Eagles have no chance at drafting a top safety.
Jimmy Kempski, Philly.com
-- Phillies attendance this week proves: making moves to sell tickets doesn't work. At all.
Sarah Baicker, CSNPhilly.com
-- Even if PGA Tour finds a dominant talent, no guarantee he's a star.
-- PGA Tour will survive without a star, it just won't grow.
-- MLB mulling changes to create interest. It should start by its marketing stars.
Sick Sound of the Week
Remembering Harry Kalas, with some of his greatest calls.