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On Deck: September 17th - Yankees Right Ship, AL Wild Card Debate

Mike Trout winds up at the core of another argument

The guys take calls on the Yankees, who've won two series in a row, and hear from WFUV Yankees Beat Reporter Alex Smith on how the team's looking heading into a series against Toronto. They also check in on the Mets and discuss the A's and Angels' chances in the Wild Card in a heated debate.

On Deck: September 13th - Yankees Talk with Mack Rosenberg, Mets Playing Spoiler, NL Wild Card

Youngster Phelps impressive in much needed Yankees win

Kenny and Kris discuss the Yankees' win over the Red Sox with WFUV's Mack Rosenberg, as well as look at the possible role of 'spoiler' for the Mets, and touch on the NL Wild Card.

Injury Bug Makes its Way Through the Bulls

A battered NY squad looks to get one in LA

A number of Red Bulls have gone down with injuries early in the 2012 campaign, and while Saturday saw the Red Army pick up three points in Harrison versus New England, the win came at an enormous cost as captain Thierry Henry left the match with a right hamstring strain. The Frenchman was an early season MVP favorite, carrying the Bulls offense with a league leading nine goals and five assists. Henry managed to notch what proved to be the game-winning effort early against the Revolution, before the strain occurred.

Tribeca Film Festival Review: On the Mat

Tribeca film shines light on high school wrestling
High school football and basketball have received much more attention in the past decade, as ESPN and other sports media outlets look to discover the next big star. LeBron James drew impressive crowds in Ohio as a high school student, as did Cameron Newton growing up in Georgia. At Lake Stevens High School, however, wrestling is the popular sport, as the school has captured seven of the last 10 state championships in Washington.