The Lansing Lugnuts are going for 1,500 wins in franchise history, and they could do it in Lansing. Although the Lugnuts squandered the first opportunity against the Fort Wayne TinCaps with a 10-2 loss, there are still a couple more home games in the series in which history could be made.
Lansing Lugnuts play-by-play announcer Jesse Goldberg-Strassler stops into the WKAR studios to preview the upcoming season and look back on the history of the standout Lugnuts players. Al also touches on the University of Michigan spring football game and predicts the playoff chances of the Detroit Red Wings.
Al opens up Monday with a recap of Lansing United's historic run in the NPSL playoffs. Then, Al invites Lansing Lugnuts play-by-play broadcaster Jesse Goldberg-Strassler on the air to discuss the current status of the team. Finally, Al and Alex debate whether the Detroit Tigers slump over the weekend should cause concern, and go over weekend winners.
Al chats with Lansing Eastern athletic director Dave Panici to talk about the recent decision to cut all athletic directors in Lansing School District, and runs through the latest in sports including the Diamond Classic final, Tigers baseball and NHL Playoffs. And the voice of the Lansing Lugnuts, Jesse Goldberg-Strassller, joins Al in the studio to wrap up our discussion on the lack of African Americans in baseball