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Kortney’s Last Show, EP 251: Naked City Brewery and Floundering Seattle Mariners

KLS EP 251: 12.19.18 Kortney talks about the closing of Naked City Brewery, his relationship with the venue, and his love for the employees. He also talks about what the Seattle Mariners are doing and Offset running up on Cardi B.     Enjoy the Podcast, Please Share, and Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play,…
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Kortney’s Last Show, EP 163: Sean Anderson talks Seattle sports and LeBron James

On this episode of Kortney’s Last Show Podcast, Kortney is joined by Sean Anderson. They talks about the idea of Richard Sherman being traded, Mariners baseball, and LeBron James.   Enjoy the Podcast, Please Share, and Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, and Tune in Radio. You can add/subscribe to the feed manually: https://www.blubrry.com/thelastshowpodcast/ Kortney…
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Kortney’s Last Show, EP 108: Janet Jackson’s 50-year-old baby

On this episode of The Last Show Podcast I talk about Janet Jackson being pregnant at the age of 49. I question the ability to get pregnant naturally at the age of 49. I also wonder if Joe Jackson will get the chance raise the child. I talk about Donald Trump holding the Republican National…
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There is no way…or is there a way Robinson Cano signs with the Seattle Mariners?

. The idea that Robinson Cano would play for the Seattle Mariners is preposterous. He is using the Mariners to get a contract from a team that he really wants to play for. Now I applaud Seattle for their inconsequential effort. It’s nice for them to try to land a good player. I’m use to…
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Ichiro Suzuki, the broken crutch of terrible Seattle Mariners’ ownership

Seattle Mariners fans should feel what, about Ichiro Suzuki being traded? Now I know that he asked to be traded, but this dude was still the adopted hometown hero. You would think there would be some type of outrage toward the Mariners front office, especially since he was traded to a team who they were…
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Seattle Mariners hit bottom, with a six man no-hitter

  The Seattle Mariners tossed a six man no-hitter. That’s right, a six man no-hitter. I didn’t even know there was such a thing. I thought after the first pitcher was out, it was over. I didn’t know you could combine player stats. Someone should have told the New York Mets a week ago, because…
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Seattle Mariners 2012 opening day diary, at 3AM

Sports make people do crazy things.  Whether it’s the Little League father who feels the need to beat up a Little League umpire for calling a third strike on their six year-old son, or Bud Selig deciding to start the 2012 Major League Baseball season in Tokyo, Japan in the middle of spring training, sport…
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“Seattle Mariners, Thanks For Trading Michael Pineda to the New York Yankees!”

The Seattle Mariners recently traded their young, healthy, all-star starting pitcher Michael Pineda to the New York Yankees.  I heard general manager Jack Zduriencik wanted to trade for a player named “Tebow”, but after realizing no major league baseball player has that name, he had to settle for a guy named Jesus. Jesus Montero, a filled-with-potential…
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