2015 Atlanta Braves

August 23, 2015 by  
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Episode 320 - Atlanta Braves

The Braves are down but President Carter’s courage inspires us as we enjoy the Capitol of the South.  Ed Kasputis interviews Robyn Elliott from Bicycle Tours of Atlanta and Farley teaches us why all Baseball PhDs should love ebay.

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2014 Atlanta Braves

July 17, 2014 by  
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Episode 270 - Atlanta Braves

We’re in Atlanta enjoying the Capitol of the South.  Ed Kasputis interviews Brooks Mathis from the Cobb County Chamber of Commerce about the Braves future move up north and Bennett Hipp from talkingchop.com about this year’s Braves.

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2011 Atlanta Braves

April 21, 2011 by  
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Downtown, Midtown and Buckhead, it’s all great for us.  Our PhD Committee is in the Capitol of the South – Atlanta.  Ed, Farley & Mark talk about those Braves, then we get some Baseball PhD culture.  Ernie Harwell was from Atlanta and Margaret Mitchell‘s paperboy.  First Ed interviews Joanna Arrieta from the Margaret Mitchell House as we  learn about Mitchell’s life and her greatest work, Gone With The Wind. Ed then interviews Steve Klein from The King Center.  The podcast concludes as we say good bye to Atlanta and hello to the highest ballpark in the Majors – Coors Field in Denver.

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2011 Toronto Blue Jays

April 14, 2011 by  
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O Canada, our PhD Committee explores Toronto while the rest of our countryman are preparing their federal and state tax returns.  How good will the Blue Jays be?  Ed, Farley & Mark make their 2011 Major League predictions.  We then explore Toronto with Justine Palinska from Tourism Toronto as she reminds us that New York City is the only American city larger than Toronto.  Dave Matejczyk takes us back to the first day when a World Series game was played outside the United States, Tuesday, October 20, 1992. The podcast concludes with another outstanding segment of 100 Places to See.  Then we cross the border and head to the Capitol of the South – Atlanta for our next podcast.

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Atlanta Braves

September 23, 2010 by  
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Episode 31 - Atlanta Braves

Our PhD Committee is in the Capitol of the South Atlanta.  Ed, Farley and Mark explore Downtown, Midtown and Buckhead.  Ed shares a story about Atlantic Station and relives the 1995 World Series with Bill Ballew from chop-n-change.com.  Ed then boldly predicts who will be the Bravos new manager in 2011.  The Wise Guys battle it out over Braves history while Baseball Bob (the smartest man we know) throws out his trivia question of the podcast.  Our PhD Committee says good bye to Atlanta and after 31 episodes heads home to their beautiful wives and adorable children.  Next stop – the Rock and Roll Capitol of the World.  Cleveland Rocks! Go Tribe.

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Seattle Mariners

September 16, 2010 by  
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Episode 30 - Seattle Mariners

We are in the Capitol of the Pacific Northwest – Seattle.  Ed, Farley and Mark explore the Emerald City and SAFECO Field.  Ed interviews Seattle native, Todd Cook about his blog, children and road trip adventures.  The Wise Guys battle it out over Mariner history and Baseball Bob (the smartest man we know) throws out his trivia question of the podcast.  Our PhD Committee boards the plane for our next podcast venue.  We are headed to the Capitol of the South – Atlanta.

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