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September 13 2018
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Nov. 19: The Yankees acquire James Paxton from Seattle
November 19 2018
Bob McCown returns to PTS and is joined by co-host Joey Vendetta for the first hour; the two are joined by the Bay Area’s Ray Ratto breaking down the Golden State Warriors latest slide and turmoil (11:37), then OSEG President talks about his REDBLACKS going back to the Grey Cup for the third time in five years (33:00). John Shannon steps in to co-host the final two hours with Bob; the two begin by looking at the 2019 Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot with the Boston Globe’s Bob Ryan (57:45) and then break down what got the Raptors back into the win column with analyst Leo Rautins (1:19:48). The final hour begins with guest Jim Hughson of the NHL on Sportsnet looking around the League especially at what a good defenseman is in today’s game (1:32:21) before diving deeper into the Baseball HOF ballot with Fangraph’s Jay Jaffe, who weighs in on if Mariano Rivera could be the first unanimous vote getter and if Roy Halladay will get in on his first year (2:02:25).
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Roy Halladay had the career peak of a Hall of Fame starter
November 19 2018
Jay Jaffe senior writer at Fan Graphs joins Bob McCown and John Shannon on Prime Time Sports to talk about the candidates for the Baseball Hall of Fame, if Mariano Rivera could be the first unanimous HOF inductee, Roy Halladay's case to be selected and how much the sympathy vote may impact his chances, if Clemons and Bonds can still make the Hall, and he gives his thoughts on the New York Yankees acquiring James Paxton.
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Raptors biggest concern is lack of 3-point shooting
November 19 2018
Sportsnet's colour commentator for the Toronto Raptors, Leo Rautins joins Prime Time Sports with Bob McCown and John Shannon to talk about the team getting back to their winning ways with a 122-83 demolition of the Chicago Bulls, the team's need for more 3-point shooting, the value of their point guard spot when healthy, and the success the team has had given their injuries and cautious approach to Kawhi Leonard.
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Ottawa hoping they have one big win left in them
November 19 2018
The Ottawa Redblacks punched their ticket into the 106th Grey Cup with a 46-27 win over Hamilton in the CFL's East Division Final on Sunday. Redblacks Owner Jeff Hunt joined Bob McCown and Joey Vendetta on Prime Time Sports to talk about the team's third Grey Cup appearance in five season, the impact Henry Burris had on the franchise both on and of the field, their growing rivalry with Calgary, their attendance, and the allegations against some of their fans after an incident during Sunday's game.
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