2021 Minicast – Ted Williams

March 4, 2021   | Leave a comment

Ed Kasputis interviews Boston author, Bill Nowlin about Red Sox great, Ted Williams.


2021 Cactus League

February 28, 2021   | Leave a comment

March has arrived and Spring Training has begun. We talk about COVID and the Cactus League as Ed Kasputis interviews Mr. Sports Travel aka Joe Connor.


2021 Minicast – Marty Kuehnert

February 25, 2021   | Leave a comment

From Tokyo, Ed Kasputis interviews Marty Kuehnert, Senior Advisor to the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles about his 40+ year career as an American baseball executive in Japan.


2021 Grapefruit League

February 21, 2021   | Leave a comment

Florida Spring Training has begun as we remember the late and great Hank Aaron and Rush Limbaugh. Ed Kasputis interviews Nick Gandy from the Florida Sports Foundation and we marvel at the 14 year contract of Fernando Tatis Jr.


2021 Meet the PhD Committee again

February 18, 2021   | Leave a comment

What a difference a twelve years makes!  Our PhD Committee remembers their first year as they prepare to launch Season 12.  This podcast concludes with a replay of our first podcast – Meet Your PhD Committee which was released on February 20, 2010.  


Travel Ban?

February 14, 2021   | Leave a comment

Does a domestic travel ban make sense? Did the White House ponder such a ban? Is such a ban constitutional and how would it affect Spring Training? We also ponder and debate.


2021 Minicast – The Importance of Hobbies

February 11, 2021   | Leave a comment

Ed Kasputis interviews Padres fan and Pastor, James D. Smith III about the importance of hobbies.  Jim shares words of wisdom that were inspired by his lovely wife, Linda many years ago.


Looks Like We Made It

February 7, 2021   | Leave a comment

COVID-19 cases are going down and Spring Training is scheduled to open on February 19. We celebrate as we review this week’s trades & free agent signings.


2021 Margaret Mitchell minicast

February 4, 2021   | Leave a comment

Ed Kasputis interviews Joanna Arietta about Atlanta’s famous, Margaret Mitchell.


Curt Schilling

January 31, 2021   | Leave a comment

A bloody sock, 3 World Series rings along with a conservative world view – did a great pitcher who helped break the Curse of the Bambino have a Hall of Fame career? We debate.