Sports Saloon March 27th – Lavar Ball vs The World

On this episode of the Sports Saloon, hosts Damon Ngo and Bennett Johnson address some of the most pertinent stories in Utah sports. Topics discussed include the NCAA Final Four, the Utah Jazz’s team chemistry, the LeBron vs Michael Jordan vs Lavar Ball debate, and Utah football pro day. In addition, at the end of the podcast, Damon and Bennett talk about their upcoming work with Utah Softball.

Music by B.L.B.P.

 

 

No Matter the League, Opening Day Remains the Same

Every baseball team at every level of professional and amateur competition is selling you one thing at the beginning of every season. It’s not $7 sodas, tickets, and sadly not every team is selling churro dogs yet. What you can find at every Opening Day across America being sold to the fans of every team is hope. Continue reading →

Spring Training Superlatives

I’ve missed you old friend. Not you, whoever’s reading this, stop being so narcissistic, I’m talking to baseball season. Yes, Spring Training officially began on Wednesday as roughly one-third the teams in the MLB saw pitchers and catchers walk onto the field to being preparing for opening day. By Feb. 21, every team will be practicing and we will have about 260 straight days of baseball action until the World Series concludes somewhere around Nov. 1. Continue reading →