The Pat & Aaron Show begins with Pat Donovan and Doug Waechter (filling in for Aaron Jacobson.) The show first begins by explaining how big of a fisherman Doug is, and how he loves getting up in the morning to go catch some bait! Then the conversation transitions into makeup as Doug says he learned that wearing makeup has helped him not look like he's sweating on TV. Then the guys break down last night's Tampa Bay Lightning game, and more. The segment first begins by explaining how Pat Donovan first got into radio, and he hosted a show on the Tampa Bay Rays back in 2006. He said he saw the vibe was changing back then, and that was because of Joe Madden. Doug Waechter says it was a huge moment when they went from old school Lou Pinella (who was very old school.) Then Pat Donovan talks about the time he used the nice bathroom at the Tropicana Field, and a funny experience that happened. Then the hour ends with Today's Top Headlines.
The 7:00 AM hour begins with a discussion about the pressure you feel as a player because you think about your future when things aren't going well. Doug said this goes with any sport, that you have to have everything good for your mental health. Then the guys preview the upcoming USF Football season, and say that they must win the big games. Pat thinks they need to get out of the conference for them to have any chance, and that we will just have to sit around and wait. Then the hour ends with Over/Under as Ryan Hoppe reads off this week's degenerate bets.
Then the 8:00 AM hour, as the one and only Tampa Bay Rays legend Toby Hall calls into The Pat & Aaron Show with Pat Donovan and Doug Waechter (filling in for Aaron Jacobson.) He first explains about why he can't believe it's been 25 years since the Tampa Bay Devil Rays joined Major League Baseball. He says it makes him feel old and Pat Donovan agrees. Then Toby explains why it was fascinating to be with so many managers and to see the team grow over the years. He also explains that Doug Waechter is way too hard on himself about his ERA, especially since they were in the AL East in their prime. Toby Hall also explains that he never really thought about Kevin Cash ever being a manager, but that he deserves a lot of credit. Then the show ends with The Blender.