Spadora talks Don Zimmer, Triple Crown Horse Racing, Stanley Cup Finals, and much more.

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Spadora delves into the world of horse racing, as the Triple Crown Belmont Stakes is looming. Additionally, they talk hockey, NFL, Boston Red Sox, and much more.

John Brockway comes on the show to address everything NFL, including the recent vote deciding the cover of Madden 15. They talk about the parity in the NFC South, and what these teams did in the draft. Brockway digs into Carolina’s poor draft, and lauds Tampa Bay’s.

Pete speaks with Allan Wood, recent author of a book about the 2004 Boston Red Sox, and baseball expert, who reminisces on the career of Don Zimmer in the wake of his recent passing. Also, Wood speaks about his most recent book and the stories coming from writing it.

Michael Amo, racing analyst, is track-side at Belmont, and talks horse racing with Pete. He gives some first-hand analysis, predictions, and expectations for the race.

Pete and Dan take on the subject of hockey, as Martin Brodeur could decide to become a free agent and join a team other than the Devils. Additionally, they analyze the Stanley Cup games so far. They also discuss coaching changes and how these will impact the teams in the future.

John Simone, MLB analyst, and regular on the show joins the show to talk about Yasiel Puig, Don Zimmer’s legacy, and the Red Sox 2004 World Series run. Simone also assesses the current situation of the MLB. Bryan Revello also joins the show to discuss Yankees’ baseball, and MLB players making an impact on his fantasy team.