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Derby or Die?
On The Gist, the latest in the Mueller report saga. In the interview, the Kentucky Derby is this Saturday, but this year, the horse racing event is overshadowed by high fatality rates among equines in California's Santa Anita Park: 23 have died in just three months. Peter Fornatale follows the races closely, and sees mismanagement on both the park’s track and in the appeasement measures that followed: “[It] sort of reminded me of the classic politician’s trick of ‘you don’t like the conversation, okay, let’s change the conversation.’” In the Spiel, Bill Barr, hair-splitter general.This episode is brought to you by Constant Contact. For a free trial, sign up today at constantcontact.com/GIST.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Slate's The Gist
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The Sorting Out the Winners From the Losers Edition
Stefan Fatsis and Josh Levin talk about the basketball recruiting scandal at LSU. The New York Times’ Joe Drape also joins to discuss the deaths of 21 horses at Santa Anita Park. Finally, the Ringer’s Bryan Curtis assesses the sportswriter Dan Jenkins, who died last week at age 90. LSU (1:48): Should webe outraged about what we heard basketball coach Will Wade say on an FBI wiretap? Is Wade a villain or a victim? Horse racing (21:53): Why have so many horses died at Santa Anita in such a short period of time? What can be done to stop the epidemic? Dan Jenkins (38:14): What made the sportswriting legend a sportswriting legend. Afterballs (58:30): Stefan on Marxist sportswriter Mike Jay and Josh on the NCAA’s NET rating system.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Slate's Hang Up and Listen
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Jerry Hollendorfer Interview - March 19, 2019
T as a couple of good ones going to the post later today in two divisions of the rebel stakes ...
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