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Brad Miller Joins The Lo-Down - 12/2

Former Sacramento King Brad Miller joins the guys to talk about his time with the Kings, the NBA now, and his hunting trips.

Listen to the full interview here: 7 more words

Sports

Where Did Brandon's Belts Go?

Last year, home runs surged league-wide – up 14%, to be exact.  The MLB totals rivaled the very peak of the Steroid Era.  Players like Brad Miller, Jedd Gyorko and Jake Lamb had huge power seasons that were unforeseen by even the most optimistic prognosticator.   915 more words

Fantasy Baseball

Game 162: Rays at Texas Rangers - Pregame News and Notes

Updated 1:45 p.m. After a 4-1 win over the best team in the American League on Saturday, the Rays will look to close the 2016 season today with a series win over the Texas Rangers.   449 more words

Game 161: Rays 4 Texas Rangers 1 - Postgame News and Notes

Corey Dickerson tied his career high in homers on Saturday night, and Jake Odorizzi finished a terrific stretch post All-Star Break.  The Rays won their next to last game of the season, beating the Texas Rangers, 4-1 at Globe Life Park. 312 more words

Game 161: Rays at Texas Rangers - Pregame News and Notes

Updated 4 p.m. After a 3-1 loss yesterday against the Texas Rangers, the Rays play their next-to-last game of the 2016 season tonight.  The Rangers clinched home-field for the post-season with the win over the Rays. 284 more words

Game 160 Texas Rangers 3 Rays 1 - Postgame News and Notes

Evan Longoria reached another milestone on Friday, but Texas righty Yu Darvish dominated the Rays lineup in a 3-1 win in Arlington.  Darvish struck out 12 over six innings, as the Rangers clinched home field for the post-season with their 95th win.  341 more words

Game 159: Rays 5 Chicago White Sox 3 - Postgame News and Notes

Chris Archer made some history on Thursday by reaching 200 innings for a second straight season.  Tampa Bay snapped a six-game skid, winning the final game in Chicago, 5-3 over the White Sox, pulling away with a three-run seventh. 474 more words