This week, Fernando Tatis, Jr., is suspended 80 games for violating MLB's performance enhancing drug policy, Houston loses Michael Brantley for the year, Does anybody remember Ken Giles, an important anniversary for Guy Hecker and SMU alums pick the wrong time to cut corners.
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Rex remembers Grim Reaper front man Steve Grummett who passed away this week at 62 by recommending their 1983 album "See You in Hell." NSFW? Who knows?
Craig recommends Just Mustard's sophomore effort, "Heart Under," released May 2022.
Andrew recommends the new Brad Pitt film "Bullet Train," which Rex and Craig immediately describe as "Cannonball Run meets The Silver Streak."
Errata: The Eric Dickerson car was a Trans Am, not a corvette. Former Texas Governor Bill Clements' antics with SMU are chronicled in this story.
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