6a – 10a – The Coyote Morning Show with Crystal
3p – 6p – The James Clay Show

LISTEN TO CHRIS SCHNEIDER’S RENEGADE RADIO SPORTS UPDATES AT AROUND :35 PAST THE HOUR, FROM 6:35 AM TO 6:35 PM MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY.

US WOMEN’S WORLD CUP SOCCER TEAM HAS ADVANCED TO THE WORLD CUP FINALS FOR A RECORD FIFTH TIME. THE AMERICAN LADIES BEAT ENGLAND 2-1 IN THE SEMI-FINAL TUESDAY, PLAYING WITHOUT STAR MEGAN RAPINOE WHO WAS REPORTEDLY SIDELINED WITH A HAMSTRING INJURY.

  • THE U.S. WILL MEET SWEDEN OR THE NETHERLANDS IN THE FINALS SUNDAY. THOSE TEAMS PLAY THEIR SEMI-FINAL ON WEDNESDAY
  • THE U.S. LADIES HAD A 2-1 HALFTIME LEAD AND HELD THAT LEAD THE REST OF THE GAME
  • CHRISTEN PRESS & ALEX MORGAN SCORED THE U.S. GOALS
  • ENGLAND HAD A GOAL TAKEN OFF THE BOARD FOR OFF-SIDES LATE IN THE GAME, THAT WOULD HAVE TIED IT AT 2,
  • ENGLAND THEN HAD A PENALTY KICK TO TIE IT LATE IN THE GAME, AND WAS DENIED
  • THE AMERICAN WOMEN HAVE SCORED 24 GOALS SO FAR IN THE TOURNAMENT, AND GIVEN UP 3

CARDINALS LOOK TO BOUNCE BACK WEDNESDAY NIGHT FROM A SERIES OPENING LOSS IN SEATTLE 5-4. THE RED BIRDS RALLIED FROM A 4-1 DEFICIT TO TIE THE GAME AT 4 IN THE 7TH, BUT SEATTLE HIT A HOME RUN IN THE 8TH TO WIN IT. THE CARDS LEFT THE GAME TYING RUNNER AT 2ND BASE IN THE 9TH.

  • JOSE MARTINEZ HOMERED TWICE, YAIRO MUNOZ HIT A 2 RUN HR IN THE 7TH TO TIE THE GAME AT 4
  • RED BIRD HITTERS STRUCK OUT 5 TIMES IN A ROW OVER THE 7TH, 8TH AND 9TH INNINGS
  • THE RED BIRDS HAVE NOW LOST 6 OF THEIR LAST 7 GAMES
  • AFTER TWO MORE IN SEATTLE, THE RED BIRDS WILL FINISH OFF THE ROAD TRIP WITH THREE IN SAN FRANCISCO
  • THE CARDS WILL NOT BE HOME AGAIN UNTIL AFTER THE ALL STAR BREAK, FRIDAY JULY 12TH
  • RED BIRDS ARE 41-42, 24-18 AT HOME, 17-24 ON THE ROAD
  • THE CARDS ARE 3 GAMES OUT OF FIRST PLACE, TRAILING THE CUBS AND BREWERS

ROYALS TAKE ON THE INDIANS AGAIN WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT THE ‘K’, IT’S GAME TWO OF THE THREE GAME SERIES. KC RALLIED FROM A 7-1 EARLY DEFICIT TO PULL WITHIN TWO RUNS IN THE 7th, BUT CLEVELAND HELD ON FOR THE 9-5 WIN.

  • ADALBERTO MONDESI HOMERED FOR THE ROYALS IN HIS FIRST GAME BACK FROM THE INJURED LIST (GROIN)
  • THE BLUE CREW SCORED 2 RUNS IN THE 5TH AND 2 IN THE 7TH TO RALLY FROM BEHIND
  • ROYALS HAD 12 HITS IN THE LOSS
  • THE ROYALS ARE 29-57 ON THE SEASON, 16-26 AT HOME, 13-31 ON THE ROAD
  • OPPONENTS HAVE OUTSCORED THE ROYALS BY 76 RUNS SO FAR THIS SEASON

NIKE DECIDED NOT TO RELEASE A SHOE FEATURING THE ORIGINAL VERSION OF THE U.S. FLAG AT THE REQUEST OF COLIN KAEPERNICK. KAEPERNICK IS THE FORMER NFL QB WHO STARTED THE NATIONAL ANTHEM KNEELING CONTROVERSY.