Happy Birthday! Fenway Park is 103 as we explore Boston. Ed Kasputis interviews Mr. Sports Travel aka Joe Connor about things to see in bean town and Jason Mastrodonato from the Boston Herald about this year’s Red Sox.
Ed interviews Boston author, Bill Nowlin on whether Ted Williams was the greatest hitter of all time. Lastly Baseball Bob (the smartest man we know) enters the podcast from the bullpen to deliver his trivia question of the day. Who was the Texas Ranger that hit back to back inside the park home runs with Bump Wills?
We start our podcast by making a u-turn and taking a quick jaunt back to Minneapolis to interview Kevin Smith, Executive Director of Public Affairs for the Minnesota Twins. Kevin gives a a recap of Target Field opening day.
Next Ed, Farley and Mark discuss the great features of our Nation’s capitol and Nationals baseball. Gina Leo Stingley from Populous teaches us that Nationals Park is a green park in a city on a hill that would make any environmentalist proud. Ed then interviews Frank Ceresi, co-author of the book, Baseball Americana – Treasures From The Library of Congress. (FYI. Library of Congress is archiving all Twitter messages!)