High and Tight: Season 1, Episode 10:
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About this episode:
On this week of High and Tight, it’s the biggest show thus far, and the duo has the credentials to prove it.
First, Jake Kaplan, Phillies beat writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer, calls in from Clearwater to discuss the latest with the Phils. What’s up with Cole Hamels? Cody Asche’s surgery? Does Ryne Sandberg have a handle on the guys in his room? Jake discusses if the Phillies can shock all the haters around MLB.
Next, Matthew Osborne, Editor of the Cherokee Scout/Andrews Journal, joins the show to rundown, match-by-match, Sunday’s WWE spectacular, Wrestlemania 31. Matt loves his wrestling, so who better to discuss wrestling’s biggest event with, other than co-host Chris DiFrancesco?
After the interviews, Chris and Jason discuss Chris’ bar habits from this past weekend while watching Villanova. Then Chris tails off into a story from last year regarding Drexel, Fireball, and a homeless man on Market St. in Philly.
Lastly, the big announcement is made! Gary Shears, owner of the New Jersey Independent Baseball League, called in to announce the pending partnership with the NJIBL. Gary tells us the origins of the baseball league and how social media turned the league into a power-house, which helped get him his own baseball company and facility.
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.”
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.