Originally written on blogtalkradio.com  |  Last updated 4/4/13

Join Alan Zlotorzynski and Stephen Shoup for the return of the MLB Show on the Fanspeak Radio Network. As teams have  migrated from the their respective spring training sites to their big league cities, Alan and Steve will look at all of the team’s starts----division by division.

What have we learned and what do we know for sure as the first few days of the season are behind us. Can we take anything from the hot starts by some teams and slow starts by others?

As a Baltimore/Washington based show, we will take a closer look at the Orioles and Nationals starts, which by the way lend promise and hope that 2012 was no fluke for each organization.

The guys will also have fantasy news and tell you which players have started hot and may still be available in your leagues.

In addition, Alan and Steve will examine the career of perhaps the bravest man to ever play professional sports, Jackie Robinson.

On the heels of next week’s movie release --42, The Jackie Robinson Story, Alan and Steve will voice their opinion where Jackie ranks amongst the greats that ever played the game and how Robinson’s plight should be considered one of the greatest feats In not just sports history but in history as a whole.

Log and listen to the official movie trailers of what appears to be one of the greatest sports movies to hit the big screen in quite some time.

Showtime is 9:00 p.m. and will run until 11

 

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