Louisiana Ragin' Cajun head coach Tony Robichaux sat down with Jay yesterday to discuss the 2014 season, falling one win short of Omaha, coaching the most special group of players he's been around, the MLB draft, the future, and more.
Matthew Stevens, Mississippi State beat writer, made offensive remarks about Lafayette & Cajun people in general. After a considerable amount of backlash, Stevens apologized for his comments, appearing on "Bird's Eye View" with Jay Walker Thursday afternoon. Listen to interview here.
Former Ragin' Cajun pitcher Scott Dohmann sat down with Jay to reminisce about the 2000 CWS, his Ragin' Cajun career, his pro career, playing ball in Japan, and much more. He also shares his thoughts on this year's Ragin' Cajun baseball team.
Rapper Curtis Jackson, more commonly known as 50 Cent, threw out the first pitch before the Mets game Tuesday night. It's hard to make the Mets look good, but Jackson's pitch was so horrendous, it made Mike Torrez seem like a decent player.
"One of the greatest feelings is to go out and help a complete stranger in some form, way, or fashion and just give back. You will be rewarded. I truly believe in that." Find out what makes Charles Tillman tick, and why representing the Ragin' Cajuns is so important to him in this video feature "Behind The Rage".
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