Monday Mourning examines Bubba, NBA playoffs, MLB, lacrosse and more

Signature segment Monday Mourning is back on The Sportsline, as we take lowlights of the sports weekend and look at them under a microscope, including NASCAR’s Bubba Wallace still acting like a doofus, big letdowns from the Celtics and Lakers in the NBA playoffs, MLB’s Hanser Alberto suffering an unfortunate injury, and Army Lacrosse’s loss […]

Ryan McGee talks his new book “Welcome to the Circus of Baseball”

ESPN’s Ryan McGee joins The Sportsline to discuss his new book coming out on April 4th called “Welcome to the Circus of Baseball,” including where he got his title from, on why readers should check out his book, and why he’s a big fan of the crazy Cinderella stories we’ve seen this year in March […]

March Madness – Monday Mourning has its eye on you!

Monday Mourning is back on The Sportsline, as we look at the lowlights from the weekend, including a lot of mourning from the NCAA Tournament, like a bad showing for Big Ten teams this March, and teams opposite of Virginia baseball on the diamond. WLNI · Monday Mourning talks March Madness, Big Ten hoops, and […]

Monday Mourning features clocks, buzzer beaters, and Alabama

Monday Mourning is back on The Sportsline, as the lowlights of the weekend are revisited, including Major League Baseball’s new clock, the Miami Hurricanes losing at the buzzer, and Brandon Miller of Alabama basketball doing a not-so-appropriate pre-game introduction. WLNI · Monday Mourning features clocks, buzzer beaters, and pre-game intros

Ryan McGee says NASCAR has been the glue that holds his life together

ESPN senior writer Ryan McGee joins The Sportsline to talk best stories in sports, including what it was like, on the heels of Tom Brady’s 2nd retirement announcement, to interact with the GOAT at an anniversary game at Michigan, on how NASCAR has been the one key factor of consistency in his professional and personal […]

USA Today’s Steve Gardner breaks down Aaron Judge’s new deal, other MLB news

Baseball writer of USA Today, Steve Gardner joins The Sportsline to talk about Major League Baseball’s offseason and latest signings, including what Judge’s new deal means for the team, on some of the other big-name deals that have been completed, and on the under-reported fact that there were three different types of baseballs secretly used […]

Former Mets manager Mike Cubbage expects a tightly contested ’22 World Series

Mike Cubbage, former manager of the then Lynchburg Mets, joins The Sportsline to talk World Series matchup and impending offseason, including where new Home Run king Aaron Judge may end up next season, on key storylines regarding the 2022 playoffs, and who he’s picking as the favorite in the World Series + his W.S. MVP […]

Miles Garrett (no not that one) breaks down the Braves game 1 loss

Atlanta area reporter Miles Garrett joins The Sportsline to talk Braves and their playoff opening loss to the Phillies, including if he’s concerned at all following a 7-6 defeat in game one, who the Braves wouldn’t mind seeing in a potential NLCS showdown, and if their victory in last year’s postseason has them less scared […]

The Morningline: FULL SHOW

The Big 3: Texas School Shooting, Central Virginia Tornadoes, and Campbell County Missing Girl Found. 6AM: The Big 3, Listener Calls, ICYMI Featuring A Climate Protester Vandalizing The Mona Lisa, a West Virginia Woman Preventing Another Mass Shooting, and Zoe Sadler’s Food Hypnotizing. 7AM: Acquittal of Hokie’s Isimemen Etute, Missing People at Bosher Dam, and […]