After opening-up the Show by claiming that the majority of Giants fans would be ticked at the NFL’s decision to have them open-up their season against the Dallas Cowboys at MetLife Stadium (9/05), coming back from break Craig read a few ‘Tweets’ he received from some of his adoring fans.  If you would like to follow Craig on Twitter, you can do so by clicking here – (@CC660).

With that out of the way, Jerry got down business updating us on the New Orleans Saints’ head coaching mess before moving onto the aforementioned Giants’ season opener.  We got to hear from Dallas owner Jerry Jones, who loves what the schedule makers have done.  Meanwhile Giants owner John Mara is talking about a new contract for his head coach Tom Coughlin sometime in the next 4-6 weeks.

Then we heard about the book Mets’ knuckleballer R.A. Dickey has coming out, in which he documents that he was sexually abused as a child and how even now as a grown man he still feels pain.  On the field the Mets lost to the Braves 7-5, but did get another home run courtesy of Lucas Duda.

the Yankees beat the Blue Jays 4-3 behind CC Sabathia in their spring training game, and Jerry provided audio of another Yankees pitcher, as Joba Chamberlain described how he dislocated his ankle while playing on a trampoline with his son.

With the spring training news & notes out of the way, it was on to the real thing as the MLB season opened-up early this morning in Japan, with the Seattle Mariners & the Oakland A’s doing battle.  Boomer & Craig tried to make some sense out of Bud Selig’s decision to, first of all have ‘America’s pastime’ open up outside of the United States, then not to promote it and finally not televise the game nationally.

Even the Dynamic Radio Duo couldn’t make any sense of this, but they did manage to have quite a few laughs while discussing it.  We can only hope ole Bud (pictured) was listening…

LISTEN: Craig Shares Some Twitter Love Before Jerry’s Update & MLB’s Opening Day, Really? (03/28)

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