2017 Wild Card Preview

October 1, 2017 by  
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October is here!!! As we prepare for the Wild Card games, we pay homage to the Minnesota Twins who lost 103 games last year and have now made this year’s playoffs. We also discuss our beloved national anthem, the NFL and President Trump.


2017 Colorado Rockies

June 11, 2017 by  
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The Rockies are in first as we explore why.  Ed Kasputis interviews Bryan Kilpatrick from purplerow.com about his beloved Colorado Rockies.


2016 Colorado Rockies

June 12, 2016 by  
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Episode 348 - Colorado Rockies

We are a mile high and Colorado is beautiful.  The Rockies are in third as Ed interviews Bryan Kilpatrick from purplerow.com and our PhD Committee enjoys more Denver sunshine than San Diego!


2015 Colorado Rockies

June 7, 2015 by  
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Episode 308 - Colorado Rockies

The Rockies are in last but Denver is always first as we explore the Mile High City.  Ed Kasputis interviews Joe Connor about his annual Father’s Day Contest and Bryan Kilpatrick from purplerow.com about his beloved Rockies.


2014 Colorado Rockies

June 19, 2014 by  
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Episode 266 - Colorado Rockies

Farley takes Denver as we listen with envy.  We talk about the Rockies as Ed Kasputis interviews Bryan Kilpatrick from purplerow.com and Denver attorney, Catherine Reichel Stanton.


Minicast – First Year Manager

November 25, 2013 by  
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Episode 232 - First Year Manager

Ed Kasputis and Dave Matejczyk interview baseball’s youngest professional manager, 29 year old Drew Saylor about what he learned as the first year manager for the short-season Class A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies, the Tri-City Dust Devils.


2013 Colorado Rockies

June 20, 2013 by  
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Episode 202 - Colorado Rockies

We love Denver as our PhD Committee explores North America’s most isolated city.  Ed Kasputis interviews Rich Grant from visitdenver.com about the Mile High City and David Martin from rockiesreview.com about Dave’s beloved Rockies.  The podcast concludes as we fly east to the South Side of Chicago in search of the baddest man in town.  Let’s go White Sox!


First Place Colorado Rockies

April 28, 2011 by  
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We are in The Mile High City as we focus on those division leading Colorado Rockies.  Baseball Bob reviews the Rockies’ success and Ed interviews Kristin Yantis about why Vail is like nothing on Earth.  Another great segment of 100 Places to See and then it’s off to the Pacific Northwest to say hello to Seattle and to remember Hall of Fame sportscaster – Dave Niehaus (1935 – 2010).


Vail Like Nothing on Earth

April 26, 2011 by  
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This week is Rockies‘ week with our podcast featuring the first place Colorado Rockies being released on Friday, April 29th.  Baseball Bob will give us his take on why the Rockies are playing so well.  Before the season, Baseball Bob predicted that the Rockies would win the National League West.  In addition we’ll hear from Kristin Yanits on why Vail, Colorado is so special.

Vail is 98 miles from Denver with an elevation of 8,022 feet.  In fact during the first three weeks of any baseball season, it’s possible to catch a Rockies game and then head to wonderful Vail for some skiing.

Beautiful Vail

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Vail during Baseball Season

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Colorado Rockies Team Pulse
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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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