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Steve Jones Show – Monday, July 8, 2019 Hour 2

Steve Jones Show
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Steve Jones Show - Monday, July 8, 2019 Hour 2
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Guests: Jacob Bogage (National Sports Writer, Washington Post) reviews the FIFA Women’s World Cup Final from France as the United States defeated the Netherlands 2-0. Then, we wrap up the show with Yaron Weitzman (NBA Writer, Bleacher Report) at the Summer League in Las Vegas to spin through what was a crazy week of free agency and how good of a fit Paul George and Kawhi Leonard will be with the Clippers.

Steve Jones Show – Monday, July 8, 2019 Hour 1

Steve Jones Show
Steve Jones Show
Steve Jones Show - Monday, July 8, 2019 Hour 1
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Topics: MLB All-Star break, Team USA wins FIFA Women’s World Cup shutting out the Netherlands, USA Women’s National Soccer Team and Megan Rapinoe continue their quest for equal pay and it’s a tale of two Pennsylvania MLB teams as Steve looks at how the Phillies and Pirates did heading into the break.

Steve Jones Show – Friday, July 5, 2019 Hour 1

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Steve Jones Show - Friday, July 5, 2019 Hour 1
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Topics: Phillies head to New York before the All-Star break and former MLB commissioner Bud Selig reflects back on his tenure. Guest: Joey Gulino (Soccer Writer, Yahoo! Sports) previews the FIFA Women’s World Cup Final between the United States and the Netherlands.

Steve Jones Show – Tuesday, July 2, 2019 Hour 1

Steve Jones Show
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Steve Jones Show - Tuesday, July 2, 2019 Hour 1
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Topics: Women’s World Cup semifinal updates between England and Team USA. Guest: Chris Mack (93.7 The Fan/Pittsburgh) joins Steve to discuss Josh Bell’s hot streak with the Pirates heading to the All-Star break.

Steve Jones Show – Thursday, June 20, 2019 Hour 2

Steve Jones Show
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Steve Jones Show - Thursday, June 20, 2019 Hour 2
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We discuss the popularity and difference between the United States Women’s and Men’s National soccer teams as the FIFA Women’s World Cup continues. Then, we wrap up the show as┬áKeith Smith (RealGM.com and contributing Yahoo! Sports NBA writer) calls in to share his thoughts on Kawhi Leonard’s future after winning the title with the Toronto Raptors, details on the mega-trade sending Anthony Davis to the Lakers and whether the New Orleans Pelicans also benefited from the deal plus a look ahead to 2019 free agency starting in 2 weeks.

Steve Jones Show – Thursday, June 20, 2019 Hour 1

Steve Jones Show
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Steve Jones Show - Thursday, June 20, 2019 Hour 1
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Steve, Shawn and Bob Buehner discuss Women’s World Cup Soccer, the Phillies in freefall, the 2019 NBA Draft and which Big Ten Conference players and pro prospects could be chosen.

Steve Jones Show – Friday, June 14, 2019 Hour 2

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Steve Jones Show - Friday, June 14, 2019 Hour 2
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Our play-by-play call of the day is the final pitch of the Selinsgrove Seals victory in the PIAA-AAAA championship game over the Beaver Bobcats. Guests: Sports Writer Jacob Bogage (Washington Post) joins Steve to discuss the Women’s FIFA World Cup and which teams, if any, can stand in Team USA’s way to win the trophy. Then, we wrap up the week with Steve’s brother Kevin Jones.

Steve Jones Show – Monday, June 18, 2018 Hour 1

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Steve Jones Show
Steve Jones Show - Monday, June 18, 2018 Hour 1
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Topics: World Cup soccer, Phillies, Manny Machado, former USA soccer legend and Penn State men’s soccer Head Coach Walter Bahr dies at 91 and Washington Capitals Head Coach Barry Trotz resigns. Guest: Sports reporter Matt Leon (Newsradio 1060 KYW/Philadelphia) discusses former college players working out for the 76ers just days away from the draft and the Phillies, winners of their last 2 series, return home for a 3-game set with the Cardinals.

FIFA President Resigns

By Sergio Gonzalez | CBSSports.com Staff FIFA president Sepp Blatter announced Tuesday that he will step down as president, pending what he called an extraordinary congress he will summon to elect his successor. “My mandate does not appear to be supported by everybody,” said Blatter. “I will organize an extraordinary congress for a replacement for me as president. I will not stand. I am now free from the constraints of an election. I will be in a position to focus on profound reforms. for many years we have called for reforms, but these are not sufficient.” Blatter, who has held…