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Mike Giletto - Jul 24, 2018

Summer is well and truly upon us here at You Would Think. It is officially list season, and we kick things off today with Mike’s list of the top ten sports movies of all time. Without too many spoilers, there are boxing movies, baseball movies, and, of course, hockey movies on Mike’s list. Okay, okay, […]


Mike Giletto - Feb 20, 2018

You Would Think: The Philly Sports Podcast is brought to you by Last Word On Sports. Kyle Collington is joined by Mike Giletto each and every week to give you the fire and passion about Philadelphia sports. Kyle and Mike are two lifelong Philly sports fans that are just talking about what they love. YWT […]

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Mike Giletto - Feb 13, 2018

You Would Think: The Philly Sports Podcast is brought to you by Last Word On Sports. Kyle Collington is joined by Mike Giletto each and every week to give you the fire and passion about Philadelphia sports. Kyle and Mike are two lifelong Philly sports fans that are just talking about what they love. YWT […]

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Brendan McGuire - Nov 18, 2017

Last Word on Sports is proud to present its CFL Podcast, Chunky and the Man. Each week our hosts will look around the Canadian Football League, and bring you the latest news and analysis. They will also strive to bring you in-depth interviews with great guests connected to the CFL. The show is available every […]

Last Word Staff - Sep 13, 2017

The Indians winning streak is no longer a teenager as they surpassed the Oakland A’s record with their 21st consecutive win. Joe and Greg discuss.

Last Word Staff - Sep 7, 2017

By Joe Hojnacki – Last Word on Baseball Ah yes, we have a Boston Red Sox sign stealing scandal. The Red Sox were busted using video and Apple watches to steal the New York Yankees signs over the weekend, which means Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen must talk about it. Sign stealing is as old […]

Last Word Staff - Aug 30, 2017

By Joe Hojnacki – Last Word on Baseball The AL Wild Card race is a wild one indeed. With seven teams within three and a half games of the second spot, there could be a crazy scenario that MLB has not planned for: a five way tie. Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen go over that […]

Josh Greenberg - Aug 15, 2017

By Joe Hojnacki – Last Word on Baseball Goodbye Jeffrey Loria, hello Jeets! That’s right, Derek Jeter buys the Marlins to end that long, dragged out team sale. Well, him and a dozen or so other deep-pocketed folks looking to get in on sports team ownership. This pushes out one of the worst owners in pro sports and replaces […]

Last Word Staff - Aug 11, 2017

By Joe Hojnacki – Last Word on Baseball This season is introducing a strange phenomenon in Major League Baseball. For one weekend, the teams will wear goofy looking jerseys and players will be given full reign to be as creative and silly as they can be with their looks. That’s right, 2017 Player Weekend is […]

Last Word Staff - Aug 11, 2017

By Joe Hojnacki – Last Word on Baseball The 2017 trade deadline has come and gone and the Los Angeles Dodgers became the best team in baseball… even more than they already were. They landed Yu Darvish to aid their chances at cruising to a World Series title. On the other coast, the New York […]

Josh Greenberg - Jul 7, 2017

By Joe Hojnacki – Last Word on Baseball The MLB season has reached its actual half way mark, even if the official start of the second half isn’t until after next week’s All-Star Game. With that in mind, Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen pick out their favorite moments from the first half of the season. […]

Last Word Staff - Jun 29, 2017

By Joe Hojnacki – Last Word on Baseball It’s near the half-way point of the season, so Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen give their 2017 MLB All-Star picks. Who do the guys want to represent the American and National Leagues in the biggest exhibition game on the planet? Also, Greg found some more silly minor […]

Last Word Staff - Jun 22, 2017

By Joe Hojnacki – Last Word on Baseball ESPN’s Tim Kurkjian wrote an article about how baseball may look in the year 2037 and Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen have something to say about it. Do they think the future of baseball looks bright and sunny? Or dark and dismal? There was also a home […]

Last Word Staff - Jun 14, 2017

By Joe Hojnacki – Last Word on Baseball The whole baseball world is judging Aaron Judge, as the Yankee rookie has taken the league by storm. He leads the Majors with 22 homers on the season and has started a fun fan section at Yankee Stadium. But, is it right to put such lofty expectations on […]

Last Word Staff - Jun 1, 2017

By Joe Hojnacki – Last Word On Baseball Bryce Harper brawl! The podcast’s favorite player charged the mound, and threw a helmet and a few punches, after Hunter Strickland of the San Francisco Giants beaned him with a 98 mph fastball. Why would he do such a thing? Well, it was a revenge plot three […]

Last Word Staff - May 25, 2017

By Joe Hojnacki – Last Word On Baseball Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen are back to get your Memorial Day Weekend started off right with discussions of bat flips. Joe is a little angry thanks to a series of articles by Mike Edwards, while Greg is being an old guy who sucks the fun out […]



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