Sportsaholix #117 Dodgers, Indians and the Fall classic 

Comedian Jason Lawhead is four wins away from completing the greatest year of sports in Cleveland history and he's not sure he'll be able to handle it.  Mark Cassidy of the Hillbenders grew up in Huntington Beach cheering for Mike Piazza and Erik Karros and can barely remember the Dodgers 1988 World Series Championship.


#115 w/Chris Kamler, Vin Scully tribute and Comedian Davey Wester




Remembering Vin Scully, Chris Kamler talks about a quiet Royals postseason and saving thousands after the team misses the playoffs, comedian Davey Wester is a Mariners fan and again is not happy and Chargers fans aren't happy.







SPORTSAHOLIX #111 w/ Marty Albert @GringoXolos




We're happy to have @GringoXolos Marty Albert on this week. He tells us how to escape to Tijuana to experience some of the best soccer and tacos in North America.  Great insight into the San Diego/ Tijuana partnership. Why you shouldn't have two fantasy teams and the RedSox look good. 

Video of Marty's trip down south to T.J. 


#110 Kaepernick's not the worst and MLB playoffs

Great episode this week as we cover just about everything in the Sports news in about an hour and a half.  49ers/MLB Playoffs/ Kaepernick/ Ted Williams and i'm forgetting some. 

Thanks for listening 


Kaepernick Refuses To Open Budweiser "America" at San Diego bar and offends Bro's

Last night in downtown San Diego, Colin Kaepernick stirred up even more controversy when he refused to open a can of Budweiser "America".   
Colin and BUDShane Sampson of nearby Pacific Beach witnessed the incident and was disgusted. "If you're gonna be handed a cold bottle of America, from a friend, and not open that cold bottle of America, then you probably hate American troops, American cars, Hamburgers and King of Queens and the Rolling Stones. That's someone who I don't want my kids watching on TV"  Budweiser officials could not be reached for comment as they are owned by AB inBev In Lueven, Belgium and a Dutch interpreter was unable to be reached.  But as long as inBev/ Budweiser keeps on making "America" just know that Colin might prefer a Modelo.