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The reign of T- Money continues and again I want to thank you for taking your precious time to listen to my thoughts. I have made the show more accessible to you by limiting the podcast to ten minutes or less. If you like what you hear the only thing I ask is for you to continue to spread the word to your friends and family whether it be via e-mail, facebook, twitter, a text message, morse code, the pony express, or however it would be greatly appreciated!

Today I discussed whether or no the American League East first place team the Baltimore Orioles are a legit team or not.  Find out my reasonings behind my answer!

Also, I continue to encourage you to interact with the show, whether you continue the conversation or want to hear me discuss a topic you recommend.  I give out the e-mail and address and my twitter handle on the show, or feel free to leave me some comments in the comments section below.

The Open Challenge is officially open.  Bloggers, media members, athletes, or knowledgable fans are welcome to apply. I want to have an open, friendly, informational sports conversation with any one who has the same passion for professional sports as I do! Feel free to nominate recommendations for the Open Challenge as well.

I end the show with a trivia questions concerning One Player, One Team, One Career.  I have pin point a baseball player who spent his entire career with the Seattle Mariners.  I gave some clues at the end of the show and want to see if you can figure it out.

Again thank you for your support in taking time out of yur busy schedule to listen to me do what I absolutely love to do, talk sports! -Tim

I am happy to announce that the show is also now available on iTunes.  Search for : T-Money Radio in the podcast section and it should be the first show to pop up.  You can tell it is me by my Roy Halladay jersey! var addthis_config = {"data_track_clickback":true}; b0ebcbed0cda43c3bd0e6f4ede4fc787
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