Last year 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.
As America prepares for the start of the Presidential Primary Season, our PhD Committee explores Presidents & Baseball and pay homage to Jonathan the Tortoise who is older than the game of baseball.
Could the Gateway to the West also be the Gateway to the World Series? Ed Kasputis interviews Mr. Sports Travel aka Joe Connor about things to do in St. Louis and Paul Sullivan from Sully Baseball on just what is the Cardinal Way?
It’s great to be in Omaha for another College World Series. We remember the first two College World Series while Marina Keegan ’12 (Yale) reminds us about The Opposite of Loneliness. Ed Kasputis interviews Larry Roth about this year’s College World Series and Cleveland Plain Dealer award winning science writer, John Mangels about the science of concussions and will it doom the NFL? Our podcast concludes as we head east for next week’s podcast featuring the Chicago White Sox. Will the Supreme Court rule on ObamaCare by then? Say it ain’t so, Barack. Say it ain’t so.
The Astros are in last but Houston is a great city. Our PhD Committee talks about Houston and the Astros. Ed Kasputis interviews both Timothy De Block from crawfishboxes.com and James Yasko from astroscounty.com about the Astros. The Astros have many great fans (including George H.W. Bush) and their day will come. Ed, Farley & Mark debate whether Little Leaguers should be paid for appearing in the Little League World Series and another great segment of 100 Places to See. We then pack up and head east. Next week it’s time to enjoy the Inner Harbor and the Baltimore Orioles.