Sonnen Puts Jay in a chokehold:
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Greg "Hong Kong" Toohey's little guy all dressed up.
MLB on FOX's Joe Buck joined Jay Mohr Sports on Tuesday to preview the World Series and we also asked him who might be managing the Dodgers next season if Don Mattingly was no longer there....
Mohr: "Does Don Mattingly come back and manage the LA Dodgers next year? And if not, who replaces him?"
Buck: "I think that's the bigger question. If it's not Mattingly, then it better be somebody that can control their young right fielder (Yasiel Puig). I just don't understand what's going on there with him and I don't think that looked good for Don Mattingly throughout the postseason. I don't know who manages that team and I don't know that anybody could have done a better job than Don Mattingly considering how injured they were and how they came back and won the division running away. I thought he did a good job, he's a good man, and a good baseball guy. I don't know why they wouldn't bring him back."
Guests on today's show included:
Joe Buck - MLB on FOX
Jimbo Fisher - Florida State Head Coach
Cory Redding - Indianapolis Colts
Scheduled Wednesday Guests:
Paul Lo Duca
Chris Crocker Interview:
North: "As a defensive player they're not giving you guys a shot. You don't want to hit low, you don't want to hit high. You're going to have to hit low and they're going to have to live with it because they really (drove) on this concussion issue. Even though it's been settled and the NFL talks about safety, they don't even have to talk about it anymore. As a defensive player how have you had to adjust?"
Crocker: "You just have to adapt. It's just one of those things if you don't adapt or adjust you get left behind and you're going to lose a lot of money. So you just have to lower your target, go out there and still be just as aggressive because you can't lose your aggressiveness as a defensive player because you'll give up plays and you're just not yourself. That's just not how you've been taught to play football. So you just continue to play as hard as you can, running to the catch and hit guys a little bit lower."
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