Category Archives: Today’s Show

10Feb

Tom Verducci (to the left of Mr. Selig) is Robert’s favorite baseball writer. Podcast of their conversation from hour 1 of today’s show after the jump.

9Feb

If God ain’t a Tar Heel, why is the sky Carolina Blue?

North Carolina is at Duke tonight. As you can tell from the passage above, the lines blur between basketball and religion in this part of the world. Mike DeCourcey of the Sporting News talked to Robert about tonight’s game, the rivalry, and the suprises of the year so far in college basketball. Podcast after the jump.

9Feb

Joe Walsh and Robert got to talkin’ today about music, and guitar players, and James Burton. James Burton played for Elvis, and everyone else. This video is the one Robert and Joe were talking about at length today. Podcast of the interview after the jump.


9Feb

Talk to Joe Walsh of the Eagles today. He joins Robert in the 1st hour (12p Pacific / 3p Eastern). 855.500.WUHL. Email the show or tweet at us.

8Feb

Today’s guests:

Full show podcast after the jump.

8Feb

Larry King joined Robert today in studio for the final hour. Then Tommy Lasorda called in. Audio after the jump. World, you’re welcome.


8Feb

As the Knicks writer for the New York Daily News, Frank Isola is on the pulse of Carmelo Anthony’s next team.  Podcast of his conversation with Robert after the jump.

8Feb

Sean Ryan is the co-founder of collegebaseballinsider.com. His website is reporting the amazing story of the Wake Forest baseball coach who donated his kidney to a freshman outfielder. Ryan’s conversation with Robert is podcast after the jump.

8Feb

If you didn’t read about it, check it out: The Wake Forest baseball coach donated a kidney to one of his players.

110,312 people are currently on the waiting list for a kidney in the US. If you or someone you know would like to give someone a second shot at life, go here. Over 26,000 transplants are performed each year.


8Feb

In the 80s classic film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Ferris and crew hit Wrigley to take in an afternoon Cubs game. It had to be an afternoon game, you see, because Wrigley didn’t get lights until 1988.

Baseball Prospectus has gone deep, deep, deep into the Wrigley scene from the movie, and has unearthed some very awesome trivia.

Ferris Bueller and his pals were at the June 5, 1985, tilt between the Cubs and the Braves. The foul ball that Ferris caught was hit by Atlanta rightfielder Claudell Washington (#15) in the top of the 11th inning. The game was tied at two (not scoreless, like the pizza guy claimed) and backup second-baseman Paul Zuvella (#18) was being held on first by Leon Durham (#10) after a leadoff single (the fourth hit of the game, and Atlanta’s first hit since the fifth). Washington would end his at-bat with a flyball to leftfielder Davey Lopes. The next batter, Rafael Ramirez, would wind up hitting a two-run home run and the Braves would go on to win 4-2. The movie, however, cut away before that happened.

Check out a quick clip from that scene after the jump. It’s pretty apparent that it’s a real game.