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The Parting Schotts Podcast: Horse racing, Gladstone and NCAA hockey

The Parting Schotts Podcast: Horse racing, Gladstone and NCAA hockey

Mike MacAdam on Saratoga horse racing; Rick Murphy remembers the late ValleyCats owner Bill Gladstone; Adam Wodon on LIU men's D-I hockey
The Parting Schotts Podcast: Horse racing, Gladstone and NCAA hockey
Horse racing, Bill Gladstone (right) and LIU hockey are the topics on the latest podcast.

On this edition of “The Parting Schotts Podcast,” I talk to staff writer Mike MacAdam about the future of horse racing this summer at Saratoga Race Course.

I then speak with Tri-City ValleyCats president Rick Murphy about the passing of principal owner Bill Gladstone last Friday from complications from the coronavirus. We also talk about the ValleyCats’ chances of playing this summer, and what the future holds for the organization in regards to the reported planned contraction of Minor League Baseball.

Finally, College Hockey News managing editor Adam Wodon joins the show to talk about last week’s surprising announcement that Long Island University would be joining the NCAA Division I hockey ranks.

On Twitter, follow Associate Sports Editor Ken Schott @slapschotts and Daily Gazette Sports @dgazettesports. Email Schott at [email protected]. Listen to “The Parting Schotts Podcast” at https://dailygazette.com/sports/partingschotts, Apple Podcasts, Castbox and Spotify.

 

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