Furness H1 - Mariners make a move / Relevancy and Competitiveness / None of them are Tiger / Bob Casper on the PGA Championship

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The Mariners have made a move, trading Anthony Swarzak to the Braves for a player that's out for the season, and a player that was just DFA'ed. That sounds like a disaster of a move, but it's actually kind of smart. Ian looks for two things from sports; relevancy and competitiveness. The PGA tournament was relevant, but not really competitive, as it was pretty obvious that Koepka was going to run away with it. The Mariners however, are neither relevant nor competitive, and when you aren't either, you're nothing. Brooks Koepka looks to be the next big name in golf. We've seen a few guys try to pop up in the last few years, but none of them are Tiger. No one has dominated a sport, and had such a lasting impact as Tiger Woods. Bob Casper of Real Golf Radio discusses this weekend's PGA Championship. On Something Good, a man pays off student loan debts for hundreds of students, and the Seahawks donate training equipment to a local high school.

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