Episode 61: Kane Scores 400th Goal, Bulls Implode & CJ Hawk Talks Baseball Family Traditions

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For this week's First Five, we went over Trey Mancini's heartwarming standing ovation, WWE news, the release of Cardinals pitcher Daniel Ponce de Leon's new book "One Line Drive.", Raptors big COVID problems, and the USA's SheBelieves Cup win (1:00).

Then Hawk delved into City's 2-1 victory over The Hammers, with John and Ruben, two unlikely goal scorers doing the damage (20:00). Later Fulahm's finishing was still on the bus, with multiple close chances on the net that we failed to capitalize on vs. Crystal Place. Josh Maja was the closest to breaking the 0-0 score (25:00).

Later we quickly chatted about the fantastic news that Patrick Kane scored his 400th career goal, along with Blackhawks trade rumors (30:00).

Then we broke down the Bulls' implosion at the hand of the Phoenix Suns. Zach and Coby led the way for us, whereas Devin Booker, Chris Paul, and DeAndre Ayton mauled Carter, Jr. in route to igniting the comeback for Phoenix. Later we chatted about our game vs. the Denver Nuggets. Jokic, Murray, and M. Porter, Jr. all played great, especially with Jokic scoring 39, Coby, Zach, and Thad Young led our effort (40:00).

Finally, CJ Hawk reminisced about his Grandfather's diehard love of the St. Louis Cardinals. He watched The Washington Nationals vs. Cardinals Spring Training Home Opener at Roger Dean Stadium on MLB.TV with his Mom to continue a family tradition. The standing ovation for new Cardinal Nolan Arenado, one of the best baseball players, was very fun. Also, seeing former Cub Kyle Schwarber start for the Nats was different. And finally, it was cool seeing Erick Fedde start on the mound for the Nats; Hawk saw him pitch vs. The Cubs at Wrigley Field a few years ago (70:00).

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