Houston Cougar baseball players, Jake Scheiner and Trey Cumbie, were named Co-Player of the Year and Co-Pitcher of the Year in the American Conference on Monday.
Still without road points, the Dynamo head to Atlanta to for their second of three straight road matches and their second game of the week.
The Dynamo enter the week at the top of a crowded Western Conference table, but seek to pick up their first road points on the season.
The Guys talk about match against Vancouver and get geared up against Philadephia Wednesday. They also talk to Philadelphia head coach Jim Curtin.
The Dynamo are undefeated in six matches at home in the 2017 season, Friday they host Vancouver looking to make it seven.
On Sunday night and into the hours of Monday morning, the Yankees and the Cubs played an 18-inning game. Yes, an 18-inning game has happened before in baseball, but it shouldn’t ever happen again in the regular season.
The Dynamo put their undefeated home record on the line when they host Orlando City SC on Saturday BBVA Compass Stadium.
Baseball has a serious problem that should be cleaned up immediately. It’s not acceptable for pitchers to throw a baseball upwards of 90 miles per hour at hitters.
The guys discuss the lost against Toronto, and team’s advantages being back home against Orlando City this Sat. We also hear from Houston Chronicles; The Beat writer Corey Repkin.
A trip north of the border gives the Dynamo a chance to win their first road points of the year as they face Toronto FC, the defending Eastern Conference champions.