In this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show (in front of a live audience!), we opened with a tribute to Lou Gehrig’s Luckiest Man Speech and a tribute to the 4th of July holiday (Start-8:25). Then we discussed the AT&T National, held this weekend at Aronimink Golf Club, and Nick Watney’s victory (8:25-14:15), the MLB All-Star Game, including a discussion of snubs, predictions, and the Home Run Derby (14:15-1:03:40), and the NHL free agency, including a discussion of the Flyers and the organization’s offseason (1:03:40-1:32:35). Then we engaged our audience in a discussion of the best American rock songs in honor of the 4th of July (1:32:35-1:38:05), and finished with a discussion of the Philadelphia Phillies with some Phils fans in the gallery (1:38:05-Finish).
By Bob Long on July 4, 2011
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