A Collapse They’ll Tell Their Children About

October 4, 2011 by  
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Rangers advance to AL LCS

This week our podcast will feature the League Championship Series on Friday, October 7th.  Who would have thought in the baseball world that the MLB Playoffs would start without the Boston Red Sox?  Red Sox Nation grieves as they’re boys of summer gave them a miserable September (and April).

Ed Kasputis will interview Matt Kory from overthemonster.com about the team he loves who failed to love him back this fall.  Ed and Dave Matejczyk will also review the movie Moneyball.  Maybe Billy Beane should have taken the GM job with the Red Sox?  Was Wednesday, September 28, 2011 the most dramatic day in MLB regular season history?

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Final Baseball PhD Index for 2011 Regular Season

American League Champion Texas Rangers

March 17, 2011 by  
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Our PhD Committee is in Arlington as we worry and pray for Japan.  Ed interviews Bob Bavasi from Japanball.com about the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear fall out in Japan.  We then turn our focus on the Texas Rangers.  Ed interviews Baseball Bob (“the smartest man we know”) on whether the Rangers can repeat as American League Champions.  Then it’s time for 100 Places to See.  The podcast concludes as we say good bye to Texas and hello to The City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia.

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Ron Washington

March 14, 2011 by  
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Rangers Manager – Ron Washington

This week is Rangers‘ week with our podcast featuring the American League Champion Texas Rangers being released on Friday, March 18th.  During this podcast we’ll hear from Bob Bavasi from Japanball.com about the earthquake in Japan.  Then we’ll hear from Baseball Bob (the smartest man we know) and hear his opinion on whether the Rangers can repeat in 2011.

Ranger Red

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Listen to our 2010 Texas Ranger Podcast

Check out our Texas Rangers Team Pulse

Past posts about the Texas Rangers

2010 World Series

Bukiet Predicts Rangers & Phillies to Meet in World Series

2010 League Championship Series

Cowboys Stadium

Dealey Plaza

Fort Worth Stockyards

Earthquake in Japan

March 12, 2011 by  
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8.9 on the Richter Scale

Our next podcast will be released on Friday, March 18th.  Originally this podcast was to solely feature the American League Champion Texas Rangers but due to the earthquake in Japan that took place on March 11th, Ed Kasputis will also be interviewing Bob Bavasi from Japanball.com.

We’ll get the latest on what is happening in this island nation.  Japan is 89% the size of California with a population of 127 million people.  California is the most populous state in the United States with a population of 37 million people.  Donations can be made to the American Red Cross.

Japanese Family leaves Japan one hour before Earthquake

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Tsunami – Sendai, Japan

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World Champion San Francisco Giants

March 10, 2011 by  
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Beautiful San Francisco

Our PhD Committee is in beautiful San Francisco to honor the new World Champions with three great guests.  First we measure the pulse of the Giants.  Ed then interviews author and professor, Josh Pahigian about his book, 101 Places to See Places to See before You Strike Out.   Then its time to catch a ferry to Alcatraz with Tegan Firth from alcatrazcruises.com.  Lastly Ed interviews Curtis McHale of SFN Design about metered internet usage.  Our podcast concludes as we leave our hearts in San Francisco but take our Teappetites to deep in the heart of Texas.  Next stop, Arlington to honor the American League Champion, Texas Rangers.

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Cowboys Stadium

July 28, 2010 by  
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Cowboys Stadium

We know that it is Rangers‘ week but down the road from Rangers Ballpark sits a 1.6 billion dollar football stadium that is second to none.  Cowboys Stadium is a Texas size stadium that will not disappoint.  Ed Kasputis attended opening night on September 20, 2009 and stated “Cowboys Stadium has to be one of the 7 wonders of the sports world.  The scoreboard is 60 yards wide.  It’s like Xbox has invaded your live football experience.  When you visit Arlington, you must visit this stadium.”

Opening Night – September 20, 2009

 

Cowboys Stadium Tour