Thursday, 13 December 2018 09:45

Ray Horner Podcast - 12/13/2018

:17 - Victoria Lorenzen isn’t much different from a normal high school junior, except one major difference: she’s an airplane pilot. Her parents are both pilots, and Akron Public Schools and Firestone CLC has allowed her fulfill her dreams. She spoke of her passion in the studio with Ray.

9:21 - Everyone have their Christmas tree decorated? The panel talked about their trees, either their current ones or trees from their youth. Lots of tinsel, garland, and even bubble lights!

16:24 - Tim Dimoff is the president and CEO of SACS Security, and he talked about how firms like his would help find missing persons.

27:19 - Well, is Corey Kluber heading west or no? Will the Indians be active in free agency? Tribe broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus answered those questions to the best of his ability.

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Tuesday, 11 December 2018 10:34

Ray Horner Podcast - 12/11/2018

:17 - It’s indeed the holiday season! The morning show panel chatted about the lack of Christmas lights on houses this year, as well as their favorite holiday traditions.

14:54 - Speaking of holiday traditions, the new pastime seems to be banning or censoring things that some don’t like. A radio station up the road recently banned “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” from their Christmas playlist due to its perceived suggestive lyrics. Ray and Tony think it’s a bunch of bunk.

20:08 - Mark Welfley from Welfley Technologies in Fairlawn is our tech guy who comes in every holiday season to break down the newest gadgets. Welfley talked about everything from Alexa to tablets to smartwatches.

42:13 - Could this really be the end in Cleveland for Corey Kluber? Sure seems that way, as the Los Angeles Dodgers are willing to part with a member or two from their crowded outfield for the two-time Cy Young winner.

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Just hours before the American League Championship Series, the Indians have had to make a pitching adjustment.

Corey Kluber will still be on the mound for tonight's Game 1 against the Blue Jays, but Trevor Bauer won't be starting tomorrow's Game 2 due to a "non-baseball injury" - a laceration to his right pinkie finger which did require stitches.

That moves Josh Tomlin to Game 2 as the starter.

The Indians say Trevor Bauer is now scheduled to start Game 3 at Toronto on Monday night.

(Indians) RHP JOSH TOMLIN will start Game 2 of the A.L. Championship Series, tomorrow, Saturday, October 15.

RHP TREVOR BAUER (non-baseball related injury) suffered a laceration to his right small ("pinkie") finger which required several stitches. Trevor is scheduled to start Game 3 at Toronto on Monday, October 17.

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