Stan The Fan Thinks Dusty Baker Getting Astros Job Means Showalter Has Missed Out On Last Chance

PressBox’s chief grand poobah Stan “The Fan” Charles joined Glenn Clark Radio in studio for another round of “Five Words Or Less.”

The sports figures discussed this week were:
-“Obviously the biggest news of the week-tragically he, his 13 year old daughter Gianna and seven others all died in a helicopter crash this weekend,” basketball icon Kobe Bryant-S
-“As much as we wish the Ravens were going to be a part of it, they’re going to play the Super Bowl this Sunday anyway and he will try to complete his rise from FCS quarterback to Tom Brady backup to Super Bowl champion,” 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo-G
-“Buck Showalter’s hopes of returning to baseball appear to be dashed as the Astros instead chose him to replace AJ Hinch as manager,” most recently former Nationals skipper Dusty Baker-S
-“Looking at the other side of Sunday’s game, he arrived in Kansas City just over a month ago and now has the opportunity to claim a second Super Bowl title, perhaps before retirement,” former Ravens pass rusher Terrell Suggs-G
-“Maryland is riding a three game win streak that includes a pair of road wins thanks largely to his play-as he’s averaged 24 points and 10 rebounds during the stretch-even if perhaps he was a little too fired up at the end of the Indiana game,” Mount St. Joe alum Jalen Smith-S
-“We await word on whether Drew Brees will retire or return and as we do, reports-including one from Mike Florio indicate that even if he DOES return, the team will choose to use this as a transition year and he’ll share time with this backup more before he takes over as starter longterm,” Saints quarterback slash weapon Taysom Hill-G
-“Staying on the topic of quarterbacks, he made his own retirement official last week, igniting a massive Hall of Fame debate,” two time Super Bowl champion Eli Manning-S
-“After her early exit from the Australian Open, it has now been three full years since she has won a grand slam title, but she says she still believes she can win a record tying 24th moving forward despite now being 38 years old,” tennis icon Serena Williams-G
-“Baseball Twitter has had a lot to say after he Tweeted this week quote ‘there is growing belief amongst NL GM’s that the DH will be instituted for NL as early as 2021,’ unquote,” SiriusXM host and former MLB general manager Jim Bowden-S
-“Disney announced yesterday that he will return this year in his iconic role as Gordon Bombay in their Disney Plus spinoff series of ‘The Mighty Ducks’,” actor and man who has presumably held up a bit better than his brother, Emilio Estevez-G

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