Peltoncast No. 57

After visiting Kansas City, Kevin shares his newfound love of burnt ends and wonders about the Sprint Center as a worst-case outcome of a KeyArena renovation. We also celebrate a successful Sunday for UW athletics.


Intro – Culinary highlights from Kevin’s trip to Kansas City
18:00 – The search for Seattle’s best burger takes us to The People’s Burger, plus Loretta’s newfound popularity
27:30 – Will a renovated KeyArena end up without an NBA or NHL team like the Sprint Center?
40:30 – Mariners hot takes: a critical homestand looms
46:30 – Sounders beat rival Timbers, prepare to play without Clint Dempsey and Jordan Morris
50:30 – UW women’s crew sweeps to national championship; UW softball reaches Women’s College World Series
55:00 – Seahawks reportedly unlikely to sign Colin Kaepernick

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Peltoncast Search for Seattle’s Best Burger
Seattle Burger Special
Boulevard Brewing
Oak View Group scraps plans for parking garage
Seattle Growth Podcast: KeyArena & Seattle Center’s Future
Sprint Center Breaks Ground
Tim Leiweke Sprint Center Interview
Tim Leiweke on ESPN 710
City of Seattle Approves KeyArena, Storm 10-Year Lease Extension
FanGraphs playoff projections
FiveThirtyEight Soccer Power Index
American Soccer Analysis: Expected Goals
Sagarin NCAA Softball Ratings
Why Richard Sherman can’t let go of Seahawks’ Super Bowl loss

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