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R2C2 with CC Sabathia and Ryan Ruocco
CC Sabathia and Ryan Ruocco guide listeners through the biggest stories in MLB, the NBA, and the NFL. They talk to friends, athletes, and celebrities about the world of sports and much more.
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4.7 stars from 504 ratings
Would be a 5 star if not for Ryan! How many times is he going to mention he’s in a group chat with CC?! Ryan, stop trying to relate to every story! Swanson tells a story about being passed up by a school then winning the World Series, and you try and relate to it? Stop stop stop!
JoeW6192 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/23/21
Best Sports podcast.
One of the best sports podcasts out there!
Metalboricua99 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/15/21
Not a fan of Ruocco
That fake laugh he does is worse than nails on a chalkboard, I can’t handle it. He loves talking women’s sports as if anyone cares (if people did care, the female athletes wouldn’t be complaining about “equal pay”). And just about every episode he brings up the pandemic and how the times have...Read full review »
Ryan Burnham via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/23/21
Recent Episodes
This week, CC and Ryan are joined by Michael Vick to discuss his favorite hobby post-retirement, last week’s NFL playoff games, and who is looking like a real Super Bowl contender. Then they look back on the role he played in revolutionizing the quarterback position—yes, they talk about ‘Madden’...
Published 01/20/22
On this bonus episode, we’re joined by three-time World Series champion Jon Lester to talk about his retirement, look back on his career, share tips for young lefties, and talk about the toughest outs he ever had to get. Plus: Jon shares the time he wanted Ken Griffey Jr. to hit a home run off...
Published 01/18/22
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