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Welcome in on another edition of The JP Peterson Show, bringing you the best local sports coverage in Tampa Bay! We are LIVE on a Monday from the Peter Mulry Foundation golf event at Carrollwood Country Club, with a star-studded lineup of guests. We begin, however, with a full recap and analysis of the Lightning winning back-to-back games in Detroit and New York over the weekend, getting back on track. Plus, what the hell was that last night between Will Smith and Chris Rock at the Oscars? We discuss. Clint Hurdle, former Rockies and Pirates manager and current Colorado assistant general manager, joins us to talk about what he thinks can be improved in the game today, why the contact/get on base guys from the past hardly exist anymore and his thoughts when Pittsburgh dealt Tyler Glasnow, Austin Meadows and Shane Baz to the Rays while he was manager. MLB Hall of Famer and Tampa native Wade Boggs chats with JP about why he believes the game is in a bad spot, why guys like him wouldn’t exist in today’s MLB and his thoughts on the Rays in 2022, as well as the stadium issue. USF softball head coach Ken Eriksen on what makes his star pitcher in Georgina Corrick special, the Bulls’ chances to make some noise in the postseason and his experience coaching the U.S. Olympic softball team during the COVID-19 pandemic.