Take a look back at the weekend in sports with analysis from SiriusXM’s sports team and interviews with national sports stars.
MLB Network Radio caught up with Brady Anderson after Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis broke Anderson’s single-season franchise home run record. Anderson, who is currently Baltimore’s VP of Baseball Operations, said he “couldn’t be happier” for Davis, who now has 51 homers this year.
There’s no slowing down Matt Kenseth. The NASCAR driver picked up his second straight Chase victory Sunday in the Sylvania 300. He spoke with Claire B. Lang about the win in New Hampshire.
A couple other drivers — one who is gearing up for new teammates in 2014, and one who is leaving NASCAR for IndyCar next year — also appeared on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio: Danica Patrick and Juan Pablo Montoya.
Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron had three touchdown receptions in a 31-27 win against the Minnesota Vikings. He spoke with SiriusXM NFL Radio after the Browns’ first victory of the season.
The Carolina Panthers’ defense gave the New York Giants fits Sunday, holding Eli Manning’s offense to zero points. Defensive end Greg Hardy played a big role in the stifling ‘D,’ as he finished with his first three sacks of the season. He told SiriusXM NFL Radio the success of the defensive front seven was largely thanks to tight coverage in the Carolina secondary.
Henrik Stenson won the 2013 TOUR Championship Sunday to wrap up the FedExCup title. He joined SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio to talk about the big finish to the season.