Baseball PhD (MP3)
Ed Kasputis interviews author, Tim Wendel about his book, High Heat: The Secret History of the Fastball and the Improbable Search for the Fastest Pitcher of All Time.
Let’s remember one of the greatest World Series games of all time – Game 6 of the the 2011 World Series.
The season has ended and the Indians are no more. Congratulations to the Red Sox as they defeat the Yankees to advance. Our PhD Committee reviews the upcoming post season and remember their trip to Gl
May 17, 1979. Ten Innings at Wrigley is Kevin Cook’s vivid account of a game that could only have happened at this ballpark, in this era, with this colorful cast of heroes and heels. Ed Kasputis int
Ed Kasputis interviews Marty Appel about his book, Casey Stengel: Baseball’s Greatest Character.
As the season winds down, Farley & Ed pack up to visit Globe Life Field, to say hello to the postseason and goodbye to the Cleveland Indians.
Let’s learn about Hall of Fame Great, Willie McCovey who hit 521 career home runs and passed away in 2018 at the age of 80. Ed Kasputis interviews baseball historian, Mark Armour about “Willie Mac.”
It’s always beautiful in San Diego and sometimes, so are the Padres are they fight for the final playoff spot in the National League. Ed Kasputis interviews Joe Connor aka Mr. Sports Travel about the
Farley’s back in the studio as we interview Professor and co-author, Randy Roberts about his new and timely novel, War Fever: Boston, Baseball and America in the Shadow of the Great War.
The Mariner’s rebuild is ahead of schedule as the M’s fight for a playoff spot. Meaningful September games for Seattle. Who would have thought?