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Veteran Miami Herald columnist and radio host Dan Le Batard leads a humorous, critical and sometimes controversial discussion of the hot sports topics of the day, from the Clevelander Hotel in Miami Beach. Known as a thoughtful and witty contrarian, Le Batard is not afraid to speak his mind and let his innate Cuban-American influences shine through, which is apparent in the fast-paced show. He's joined on each 30-minute episode by his father, Gonzalo "Papi" Le Batard.

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Bomani Jones and Israel Gutierrez join Dan Le Batard as he provides a questionable approach to the world of professional sports.
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Elle Duncan and Sarah Spain join Dan Le Batard as he provides a questionable approach to the world of professional sports.
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Katie Nolan and Bomani Jones join Dan Le Batard as he provides a questionable approach to the world of professional sports.
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Pablo Torre and Mina Kimes join Dan Le Batard as he provides a questionable approach to sports.
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Katie Nolan and Mina Kimes join Dan Le Batard as he provides a questionable approach to sports.
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Sportswriter and radio host Dan Le Batard and others give their takes on sports issues in the news.
aired 140 days ago
Sarah Spain and Pablo Torre join Dan Le Batard as he provides a questionable approach to sports.
aired 141 days ago
Sportswriter and radio host Dan Le Batard and others give their takes on sports issues in the news.
aired 144 days ago
Pablo Torre, Katie Nolan, and Mina Kimes provide a questionable approach to sports, highlighting a thoughtful and often humorous perspective on the world of professional sports.
aired 145 days ago
Amin Elhassan and Pablo Torre join Dan Le Batard as he provides a questionable approach to sports.
aired 146 days ago
Amin Elhassan and Sarah Spain join Dan Le Batard as he provides a questionable approach to sports.
aired 147 days ago
Katie Nolan and Israel Gutierrez join Dan Le Batard as he provides a questionable approach to sports.
aired 148 days ago
Sportswriter and radio host Dan Le Batard and others give their takes on sports issues in the news.
aired 151 days ago
Sportswriter and radio host Dan Le Batard and others give their takes on sports issues in the news.
aired 152 days ago
Sportswriter and radio host Dan Le Batard and others give their takes on sports issues in the news.
aired 153 days ago
Sportswriter and radio host Dan Le Batard and others give their takes on sports issues in the news.
aired 154 days ago
Sportswriter and radio host Dan Le Batard and others give their takes on sports issues in the news.
aired 155 days ago
Sportswriter and radio host Dan Le Batard and others give their takes on sports issues in the news.
aired 158 days ago
Sportswriter and radio host Dan Le Batard and others give their takes on sports issues in the news.
aired 159 days ago
Sportswriter and radio host Dan Le Batard and others give their takes on sports issues in the news.
aired 160 days ago
Sportswriter and radio host Dan Le Batard and others give their takes on sports issues in the news.

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