Category Archives: Sports

March Madness on TuneIn

by Michael McGeary Before we can get to 68 teams chasing one dream, it’s time for the incredible free-for-all that is Championship Week. There’s a lot happening from coast to coast, but luckily, TuneIn has got you covered. Throughout the week, on Selection Sunday, and into the tournament, ESPN Radio and Fox Sports Radio are [...]

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Spring Training on TuneIn

It’s baseball season again, and if you’re anything like us, you want to get as much information from Spring Training about the buildup to Opening Day. There are thousands of shows playing right now on TuneIn, here are just a few to get you going. ESPN Baseball Today brings the reporting power of the Worldwide [...]

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NASCAR Racing: Ford 400

After another long year of NASCAR racing, it all hinges on the last race of the season — the Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. With 15 points separating Jimmie Johnson from first-place Denny Hamlin, we could see the race come down to the last few laps. But, Hamlin’s 36th starting position, compared to Jimmie Johnson’s [...]

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NASCAR Racing: Kobalt Tools 500

Jeff Gordon and Jeff Burton got into fisticuffs. Jimmie Johnson had his pit crew swapped with the 24 crew. And Denny Hamlin retook the Championship points lead with a win. Last week’s race at Texas Motor Speedway showed that the excitement is still alive in NASCAR and the Championship may come down to the wire. [...]

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NASCAR Racing: AAA Texas 500

Three races left. Three drivers separated by less than 38 points in the Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship. But at Texas this Sunday, Jimmie Johnson, Denny Hamlin and Kevin Harvick haven’t made it easy on themselves. They’ll start the race 17th, 30th and 26th respectively, while Elliot Sadler — leaving for a full-time ride [...]

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NASCAR Racing: Amp Energy Juice 500

Denny Hamlin’s win at Martinsville has pulled him within six points of Jimmie Johnson, tightening up the Chase for the Championship with four races left to go. This week, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series travels from the unpredictableness of a short track to the unpredictableness of a superspeedway: Talladega. While Martinsville didn’t shake up the [...]

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NASCAR Racing: Tums Fast Relief 500

So far, no one has been able to stop Jimmie Johnson in his “drive for five” NASCAR championships. A third place finish at Charlotte last week stretched his lead to 41 points. If other Chase drivers haven’t been able to slow his success, can a track? This week, the Sprint Cup Series visits the Martinsville [...]

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NASCAR Racing: Bank of America 500

Tony Stewart won his first race of the Chase and first race at Fontana to vault himself back into contention for NASCAR’s championship. But he’ll still be chasing Jimmie Johnson at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Johnson increased his points margin to 36 points over Denny Hamlin. Kurt Busch was the Charlotte winner in May. Currently in [...]

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NASCAR Racing: Pepsi Max 400

Jamie McMurray starts on the pole for this week’s Pepsi Max 400 at Auto Club Speedway, followed by Elliot Sadler, Matt Kenseth, Juan Montoya and Kasey Kahne. After winning Daytona and the Brickyard but losing out at joining the Chase, can McMurray make the most of the season’s remaining seven races? Meanwhile, Jimmie Johnson finds [...]

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NASCAR Racing: Price Chopper 400

Last year’s champ Jimmie Johnson won at Dover to catapult himself into 2nd place and back into contention. While starting mid-pack this week at Kansas Speedway, Johnson is as big a threat as ever. Will he start to pull away from the field this week? In the Nationwide Series, Keselowski continues to run away with [...]

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