2016 Texas Rangers

June 5, 2016 by  
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Episode 347 - Texas Rangers

The Rangers are in first as we remember Muhammad Ali.  Ed interviews Ben Dieter from therangerreport.com and Joe Connor about modernerabaseball.com and its upcoming Father’s Day contest.

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2015 Texas Rangers

June 14, 2015 by  
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Episode 309 - Texas Rangers

Josh Hamilton is back and the Rangers are chasing the Astros for first place in the AL West.  What a wonderful Texas baseball summer!  Ed Kasputis interviews Ben Dieter from The Ranger Report and author, Charles Vascellaro about his upcoming children’s book, At The Ballpark.

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2014 Texas Rangers

May 29, 2014 by  
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Episode 261 - Texas Rangers

It’s not 2011 anymore as the injury plagued Rangers now play in Globe Life Park.  Is it the curse of Nolan Ryan?  We ponder as Ed Kasputis interviews Ben Dieter from therangerreport.com and Nate Krieger from Stockyards Rodeo Championship.

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2013 Texas Rangers

August 22, 2013 by  
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Episode 218 - Texas Rangers

Can the Rangers win the AL West?  We enjoy Arlington as Ed Kasputis interviews Freda Dillard from DFW Historical Tours and Dave Matejczyk teaches us about Dell Diamond.  The podcast concludes as we head to Tampa.  Go Rays!

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2012 Texas Rangers

March 1, 2012 by  
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We are deep in the heart of Texas!  Baseball Bob tells us if the Rangers can 3peat as American League Champs.  The Bashful Wife that Wants it All takes us to Austin and we go down memory lane as Mr. Sports Travel aka Joe Connor compares and contrasts last year’s World Series cities of St. Louis and Arlington.  Next stop, San Francisco.

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2011 League Championship Series

October 7, 2011 by  
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We are headed to Arlington as the Tigers and Rangers are in as we wait for the decisive Game 5 to determine who will be the two National League teams.  Our PhD Committee breaks down the season and remembers Steve Jobs.  Ed Kasputis interviews Matt Kory from overthemonster.com about the Red Sox epic September collapse.  Dave Matejczyk reviews the movie, Moneyball as we wait for the start of the League Championship Series.  Our next podcast will be a World Series warmup as we interview author, Sean Deveney about his book, The Original Curse.  Did the Cubs throw the 1918 World Series?

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World Champion San Francisco Giants

March 10, 2011 by  
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Beautiful San Francisco

Our PhD Committee is in beautiful San Francisco to honor the new World Champions with three great guests.  First we measure the pulse of the Giants.  Ed then interviews author and professor, Josh Pahigian about his book, 101 Places to See Places to See before You Strike Out.   Then its time to catch a ferry to Alcatraz with Tegan Firth from alcatrazcruises.com.  Lastly Ed interviews Curtis McHale of SFN Design about metered internet usage.  Our podcast concludes as we leave our hearts in San Francisco but take our Teappetites to deep in the heart of Texas.  Next stop, Arlington to honor the American League Champion, Texas Rangers.

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2010 World Series

October 26, 2010 by  
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Episode 35 - 2010 World Series

It’s time to enjoy the Fall Classic.  History will be made.  Either the Rangers will win their first World Series or the Giants will win their first title since moving to the Bay Area in 1958!  Our PhD Committee analyzes the Series.  Ed then interviews Professor Bruce Bukiet from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Matty Staudt from Stitcher Radio and author G. Michael Green about Charlie Finley and his World Series exploits.  The podcast concludes with our PhD Committee listening to Red Barber make the call and Chuck Brodsky’s, Moe Berg – The Song.  Next podcast – Moe Berg – The Catcher Who Was A Spy.

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Texas Rangers

July 30, 2010 by  
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Episode 23 - Texas Rangers

We are deep in the heart of Texas!  Ed, Farley and Mark explore the MetroplexDallas.  So much to see and do, Fort Worth Stockyards, Cowboys Stadium with their lovely cheerleaders and Rangers Ballpark.  Ed shares his rodeo experience and interviews Branch Rickey expert, Lee Lowenfish.  Ed then interviews Brad Horn from the Baseball Hall of Fame about the 3 men who were inducted on July 25th.  Our PhD Committee then fuels up the car and heads to the next great Texas city – Houston.

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Cowboys Stadium

July 28, 2010 by  
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Cowboys Stadium

We know that it is Rangers‘ week but down the road from Rangers Ballpark sits a 1.6 billion dollar football stadium that is second to none.  Cowboys Stadium is a Texas size stadium that will not disappoint.  Ed Kasputis attended opening night on September 20, 2009 and stated “Cowboys Stadium has to be one of the 7 wonders of the sports world.  The scoreboard is 60 yards wide.  It’s like Xbox has invaded your live football experience.  When you visit Arlington, you must visit this stadium.”

Opening Night – September 20, 2009

 

Cowboys Stadium Tour

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