There's so much to love about West Michigan Whitecaps games! Their fun menu, $2 beers and hot dogs on Thrifty Thursdays, and oh yeah, watching our Whitecaps play too! Well fans at Fifth Third Ballpark on Tuesday had more to watch than the game -- A Michigan man broke a world recor…
Today on Segment 16, the guys check out some videos from last night's Whitecaps game, where a Dragon and a Whitecap got into a serious, um, disagreement after a stolen base. The second baseman stepped on the runner's ankle, and the fight began.
Today on Segment 16, the guys are talking Whitecaps baseball with some player from the team, first baseman Blaise Salter, and left fielder Cam Gibson. The guys go deep into batting adjustment, favorite weather to play in, and teammate oddities.
Today on Segment 16, Mickey from the Whitecaps brought by lots of food...well, what people are hoping is food...from the new menu items up for voting for this baseball season. There's some good stuff, not so good stuff, some penis-like stuff...a whole range of options!
Today on Segment 16, the guys learn more about the tunnels under Grand Rapids, and a new contest from Founder's brewery, where five people could not only maybe get their beer made, they'll also win a trip underground to explore where the brewery stores all their secret stash of beer!
Today on Segment 16, Mickey from the Whitecaps joins the guys for more abuse, and then they all try to come up with the best (worst?) promotions for Mickey to try next year at 5/3 Ballpark. They also try to convince Mickey to let them call a game using old-timey announcer voices...
Today on Segment 16, the guys talk about Steve and Justin's Friday baseball experience at the Whitecaps game! They talk about Steve's appearance with the US Army, the game, the heat, the beer, the food...everything a good baseball experience should include.
At Thursday night's Whitecaps game, the first 1,000 people through the gates received a free bobblehead of Producer Steve. Well, except for the crates that Steve took for himself. But no one was nearly as excited for him than Joe's wife Ellen.