published in category: Food Bank Tuesday, October 8th, 2019 – 7:30 am
Episode 3 of The Food Podcast looks at the Fall Food Share, the region’s largest food and funds drive. It will take place October 24 – November 27, 2019 at participating Giant Eagle locations in the region.
This week's Madden Monday podcast looks at Bryan Rust's decision to sign a below market deal to stay in Pittsburgh. We try to figure out what that means from Evgeni Malkin, Kris Letang, Ron Hextall, and other Penguins. Plus, lots of Steelers talk, Tiger Woods' PGA collapse, NIL debates, Pirates lose 18-4, and more.
Comedian Steve Byrne is bringing the God Damn Comedy Jam to Pittsburgh. It's Friday night at Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall. It benefits the Mario Lemieux Foundation. Steve joins me talk about the event, his love for the Penguins, and hockey loyalties among his fellow comedians.
This week Rotowire's Jeff Erickson and I investigate fantasy golf options as the PGA takes place. We discuss the Pirates slump, Bryce Harper's injury, New York's booming baseball market, and more. Plus we analyze all the goal scoring in the NHL playoffs.
Seth Rorabuagh and Tim Benz dicusss the Penguins playoff loss to the Rangers and what that means for the future of the franchise. They also get into free agency status for Evgeni Malkin, Kris Letang, and Bryan Rust. Plus the path for Brian Burke and Ron Hextall.
In this week's "Madden Monday"podcast, Mark Madden and Tim Benz discuss how the Penguins blew a 3-1 series lead to the Rangers, mistakes that were made on the ice (and on the bench), and changes that the organization is facing.
Penguins Captain Sidney Crosby was injured during a loss in Game 5 against the New York Rangers. Seth Rorabaugh joined me on the Mark Madden show to discuss how the Penguins will cope and prepare to bounce back in Game 6.
Jeff Erickson of Rotowire joins us to break down upset wins by the Pirates and Reds. We also dive into some fantasy golf and hockey talk. And it's never too early to discuss rookie NFL impact guys, too.
Don Rebel chats with Montour baseball coach Bob Janeda on using successful last season to build a better future, the team's pitching depth, and the popularity of baseball in Montour school district area.