During the week of July 14th-18th all the shows on SportsRadio 610 were given challenges at Random. If the challenge was completed that show could move on to the next day’s challenge. The prize was a coveted extra paid day off.
Three of the shows were able to go through all 5 days without failing a challenge. Only Mad Radio couldn’t complete their day 1 challenge of eating half an onion in 2 minutes.
The Final Day of the Challenge saw all the shows get a little closer. B-Straw & Pauly G had to do a body shot. Pauly G stepped up for the team and licked the salt off of Brien’s neck took the shot and got the lime.
Matt Dominguez hit a two-run homer and a tiebreaking RBI double, and the Astros tied their season high with 17 hits as they prevented a three-game sweep.
Second baseman Jose Altuve made a pair of errors and first baseman Jon Singleton had one, with each infielder allowing a grounder through his legs.
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Astros did not sign their number one overall pick Brady Aiken by the deadline of 4pm CT on July 18th. Not signing Aiken means the Astros will get the [...]
The Wednesday after the MLB All-Star game is the one day on the sports calendar where there are no competitions of the four major US Sports being played. (We barely are counting the HR derby as a competition, but we’re counting it.) With no sports being played it is the perfect day to get out and play some new sports you might not have tried. Here are the best 8 you can get out and play.
Every show needs to draw an envelope and hope they can pass the challenge put to them. If they do, they move onto the next day.
In The Loop with Nick and Lopez drew envelope number 2 and the show had to eat three raw eggs. John Lopez and producer Jim Mudd elected to complete the challenge. And with a little tabasco sauce the boys went all Rocky and helped advance the show to the next day of THE CHALLENGE!
The New York Yankees are in their second farewell season to an all-time great. Last year they toured the season with everyone handing out gifts and admiration to Mariano Rivera. This season, the Captain, Derek [...]
Nick Wright was sure the Miami Heat were going to 3-Peat as NBA Champions. So sure in fact he bet co-host of In The Loop John Lopez that the Spurs had no chance. John Lopez, being from San Antonio, of course took that bet. Well, Nick Wright was wrong.
If the Miami Heat win the NBA Championship Nick would be allowed to put two horribly offensive bumper stickers on John’s truck.
If the San Antonio Spurs win the NBA Championship Nick would have to dress up and play in a mariachi band at a public appearance.
HOUSTON (AP) — Six-foot-four, 250-pound slugger Chris Carter isn’t the kind of player who normally hits infield singles. On Saturday he got the first one he could remember in the eighth inning to drive home [...]
The Houston Rockets might have to shift their free agent focus quickly if reports turn out to be true.