2018 Longish Careers

July 18, 2018   | Leave a comment

Our PhD Committee explores those players that had longish careers.


2018 Washington Nationals

July 15, 2018   | Leave a comment

What’s wrong with the Nationals? We ponder their troubles as Ed Kasputis interviews Blake Finney from districtondeck.com about the Nats troubles and Matt Weyrich from federalbaseball.com on whether Bryce Harper should be traded.


2018 Presidents & Baseball

July 11, 2018   | Leave a comment

Two years ago as America prepared for the start of the 2016 Presidential Primary Season, our PhD Committee explored Presidents & Baseball and paid homage to Jonathan the Tortoise, who is older than the game of baseball.


2018 Baltimore Orioles

July 8, 2018   | Leave a comment

Camden Yards is beautiful while this year’s Orioles are not. When will Manny Machado be traded?  We discuss that and review the movie, The Catcher was a Spy.


2018 Minicast – Driving Mr. Yogi

July 4, 2018   | Leave a comment

Ed Kasputis interviews New York Times columnist, Harvey Araton about his book, Driving Mr. Yogi.


2018 Miami Marlins

July 1, 2018   | Leave a comment

Miami is beautiful as the Marlins endure their deconstruction. Ed Kasputis interviews baseball author, Sam Zygner about the Loria Marlins, the Jeter Marlins and The Forgotten Marlins.


2018 Pitchers & Catchers Re-broadcast

June 27, 2018   | Leave a comment

Ed, Farley & Mark review Moe Berg’s famous article that Berg wrote for the Atlantic Monthly in 1941 – “Pitchers & Catchers.”  Be sure to check out our Episode 36 – Moe Berg as our PhD Committee pays homage to the man who inspired Baseball PhD.


2018 Cincinnati Reds

June 24, 2018   | Leave a comment

We’re in the Queen City talking about the Reds as Ed Kasputis interviews Cincinnati radio sports personality, Mo Egger.


2018 Moe Berg Re-broadcast

June 20, 2018   | Leave a comment

The Catcher Who Was a Spy

This week we honor the man who inspired the creation of Baseball PhD – Moe Berg (1902 – 1972).  Moe Berg got his PhD in life – through baseball.  Berg spoke 12 languages travelled the world, played in the major leagues and served as America’s foremost atomic spy during World War II.  Berg knew about the existence of America’s atomic bomb before President Truman!  Discover his story as Ralph BergerLouis JacobsonChuck BrodskyLinda McCarthy and our PhD Committee remember Moe Berg.


2018 Tampa Bay Rays

June 17, 2018   | Leave a comment

The Tampa Bay area is beautiful as we talk about the Rays. Ed Kasputis interviews Paul Sullivan from sullybaseball.com about this year’s Rays.