High and Tight: Guest Eagles and Yankees Play-By-Play Rickie Ricardo, Recent Flyers Trades, McNabb Debate

High and Tight: Season 1, Episode 7:

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About this episode:
On this week of High and Tight, 
Chris and Jason are back to discuss the recent Flyers trades that helped Ron Hextall stack his team with 10 draft picks for the 2015 NHL Draft. Both Kimmo Timonen and Braydon Coburn were dealt prior to Monday’s trade deadline.

This weeks special guest, Rickie Ricardo, the Spanish play-by-play announcer for the Philadelphia Eagles (94 WIP) and New York Yankees (660 WFAN), called in to discuss a gamut of topics, such as the Cole Hamels trade rumors, the Yankees’ Spring Training, Josh Hamilton’s drug issues and MLB future, and a pretty lengthy conversation about the Eagles. 

After the interview, Wrestlemania 31 becomes the hot-button discussion. What does the card look like as we stand over three weeks away from the biggest event in pro wrestling? What can we expect from The Undertaker when he faces Bray Wyatt? How about Sting vs. Triple H? 

Lastly, is Donovan McNabb a hall-of-fame quarterback? Warren Moon believes so, and so does McNabb, himself. Jason and Chris have a friendly debate with each other regarding that very question. 

Music credit:
Story of the Year – “Our Time Is Now;” Skream & Benga – “Nefariousa;” The Darkness – “One Way Ticket;” Iggy Azalea – “Work;” D. Pepper Massey – “Keep It Minimum;” The Union Underground – “Across the Nation.”

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High and Tight (that’s what she said) will dish out a mixture of sports, professional wrestling and entertainment talk, with pure opinions, harsh commentary and debates. Hosts Chris DiFrancesco and Jason Miller join forces for this “man show,” which will include exciting, high-profile guests in pretty much any area that they want.