2017 Re-broadcast – Episode 100

July 19, 2017 by  
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Welcome to Episode 100 from the 100th floor of the Empire State Building!  It’s been 703 days since our first podcast from Cleveland.  Our PhD Committee goes down memory lane as we remember our last 100 podcasts and get ready for our next 100.  Let’s continue to get our PhD in life through baseball.

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2017 Pitchers & Catchers Re-broadcast

July 5, 2017 by  
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Ed, Farley & Mark review Moe Berg’s famous article that Berg wrote for the Atlantic Monthly in 1941 – “Pitchers & Catchers.”  Be sure to check out our Episode 36 – Moe Berg as our PhD Committee pays homage to the man who inspired Baseball PhD.

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2017 Cincinnati Reds

May 28, 2017 by  
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We are in the Queen City celebrating our 400th Episode, sharing memories from past podcasts and listening to Ed Kasputis tell his story of attending the last show of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus on May 21, 2017.

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2017 Arizona Fall League

February 15, 2017 by  
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Our PhD Committee is in Phoenix sharing the best kept secret in baseball – The Arizona Fall League.  Ed Kasputis interviews Steve Cobb, Director of the Arizona Fall League and Mr. Sports Travel aka Joe Connor shares his travel insights on the Valley of the Sun.

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2017 Moe Berg Re-broadcast

February 9, 2017 by  
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The Catcher Who Was a Spy

This week we honor the man who inspired the creation of Baseball PhD – Moe Berg (1902 – 1972).  Moe Berg got his PhD in life – through baseball.  Berg spoke 12 languages travelled the world, played in the major leagues and served as America’s foremost atomic spy during World War II.  Berg knew about the existence of America’s atomic bomb before President Truman!  Discover his story as Ralph BergerLouis JacobsonChuck BrodskyLinda McCarthy and our PhD Committee remember Moe Berg.

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2016 Moe Berg Re-broadcast

August 3, 2016 by  
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Episode 36 - Moe Berg

The Catcher Who Was a Spy

This week we honor the man who inspired the creation of Baseball PhD – Moe Berg (1902 – 1972).  Moe Berg got his PhD in life – through baseball.  Berg spoke 12 languages travelled the world, played in the major leagues and served as America’s foremost atomic spy during World War II.  Berg knew about the existence of America’s atomic bomb before President Truman!  Discover his story as Ralph BergerLouis JacobsonChuck BrodskyLinda McCarthy and our PhD Committee remember Moe Berg.

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2016 Re-broadcast – Episode 100

June 1, 2016 by  
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Episode 100

Let’s go down memory lane.  Welcome to Episode 100 from the 100th floor of the Empire State Building! Our PhD Committee goes down memory lane as we remember our first 100 podcasts and get ready for our next 246.  Let’s continue to get our PhD in life through baseball.

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2016 Minicast – St. Luke’s Hospital

April 27, 2016 by  
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Episode 120 - St Luke's Hospital

In March 2012, Ed Kasputis visited St. Luke’s International Hospital in Tokyo to retrace the steps of Catcher and OSS spy, Moe Berg who visited the hospital on November 29, 1934 and shot video of the Tokyo skyline.  Later during World War II, Berg shared this video with the U.S. Government.  Kasputis interviews Kaoru Oda and Sumio Yabu from the roof of St. Luke’s.

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2016 Pitchers & Catchers Re-broadcast

February 28, 2016 by  
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Episode 85 - Pitchers & Catchers

Ed, Farley & Mark review Moe Berg’s famous article that Berg wrote for the Atlantic Monthly in 1941 – “Pitchers & Catchers.”

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2015 Arizona Fall League

November 15, 2015 by  
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Episode 84 - Arizona Fall League

Our PhD Committee is in Phoenix sharing the best kept secret in baseball – The Arizona Fall League.  Ed Kasputis interviews Steve Cobb, Director of the Arizona Fall League and Mr. Sports Travel aka Joe Connor shares his travel insights on the Valley of the Sun.

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