This week Kenny talks about wins for the Syracuse and Buffalo Bills football teams, welcomes the new starting point guard to the Orange basketball team, and then rants on Myles Garrett’s attack on Mason Rudolph this past week, Don Cherry’s firing by the CBC, and rips Major League Baseball for putting the Auburn Doubledays and other upstate New York minor league baseball teams in jeopardy.
Claudia Bellofatto interviews Auburn Doubledays Hitting Coach Mark Harris on life in the minor leagues from a coaching and player’s perspective including five things about minor league baseball that you probably didn’t know.
Join Claudia Bellofatto and Doubledays’ play-by-play man Jack McMullen in-studio for a look at the week in Auburn Doubledays baseball that included an absolute wild series in Morgantown against the West Virginia Black Bears and look at the upcoming weekend that includes the tail end of a home series against the Connecticut Tigers before another road trip, this time to Lowell.
FingerLakes1.com is the home of the Auburn Doubledays every summer with live game broadcasts, pre and post game video show and nightly updates. On this edition of the FL1 Sports Podcast we welcome two Syracuse University graduates who are serving on the Doubledays broadcast team for FingerLakes1.com, Claudia Bellofatto and Jack McMullen. Learn about their experience at the Newhouse School at Syracuse, what attracted them to broadcast journalism, and how their season being embedded with the Ddays is going. Also, starting on Thursday, July 11th at 1:00 pm, Claudia, Jack and J.D. Raucci will host the FL1 Sports Podcast special weekly Doubledays edition through the end of the season.
The Auburn Doubledays are back for the 2019 season and another summer of coverage on FingerLakes1.com and FL1 Radio. Jim Snicropi paid a visit to Falcon Park this week to chat with DDays’ Sales and Marketing Manager David Lindberg before introducing the broadcast team for Doubledays baseball on FingerLakes1.com, Jack McMullen, J.D. Raucci & Claudia Bellofatto.
Auburn Doubledays General Manager Adam Winslow and Assistant General Manager Shane Truman are in-studio to talk about the ways their minor league baseball organization tries to give back to the Auburn community and surrounding areas and why they are grateful for their families and the community they serve.