Kiley & Booms On Demand Rundown for 2/13

Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.

6:24 – Jimmy Haslam spoke with the Plain Dealer yesterday to explain his announcement that he would be resuming his duties as president and C.E.O. of Pilot Flying J Kiley and Booms discussed this, and responded to fans who were critical towards their stance on Twitter.

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8:05 – Fox 8’s John Telich called in to talk with the guys about Jimmy Haslam returning to Pilot Flying J and the Indians offseason moves..

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8:24 – The Indians have had an extremely active offseason, hiring former Red Sox manager Terry Francona, and most recently, signing outfielder Michael Bourn to a four-year contract. Kiley and Booms discussed the comments made by former Indians Victor Martinez and CC Sabathia when they learned of the Tribe’s spending.

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8:44 – Political analyst and journalist David Shuster called into Kiley and Booms this morning to discuss President Obama’s State of the Union last night. David commented on the gridlock in Congress and the president’s partisan speech. David said President Obama’s speech sounded like, “I won the election, we’re doing this my way.”

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9:24 – Tyrone Terrill, chairman for the African-American leadership council in St. Paul, Minnesota, called in to talk about his claims that the Minnesota Timberwolves roster is “too white.” Ten of the T-Wolves fifteen players are white, however five of those ten are “international players,” and the guys debated the racial makeup of those international players. Tyrone also talked about the lack of minorities in the team’s front office, as well.

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