2013 Houston Astros

March 28, 2013 by  
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Episode 183 - Houston Astros

We’re deep in the heart of Texas as the Astros prepare to enter the American League.  Ed shares his trip to the World Baseball Classic in Miami.  Ed also interviews Mr. Sports Travel aka Joe Connor and Ed Seitz from baseball-roadtrip.com.  Our podcast concludes as we say good bye to Houston and head to Baltimore‘s Inner Harbor.

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Professor Bruce Bukiet Wins Again!

September 27, 2011 by  
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The Power of Math beats Baseball Intuition again

This week is Brewers‘ week with our podcast featuring the Milwaukee Brewers being released on Friday, September 30th.  It’s been a great year for both the Brewers and Baseball PhD.  Who could script the close of this exciting baseball regular season?

In the American League, the Tampa Bay Rays and Boston Red Sox are tied for the wild card position with one game to go.  In the National League it’s the same with the Cardinals and Braves also tied for the wild card position with one game to go.  Could the regular season be extended on Thursday with the 163rd game of the regular season?

While there still remains much uncertainty regarding these two final playoff spots, Professor Bruce Bukiet from the New Jersey Institute of Technology has again won our 2011 MLB Predictions Contest.  Buiket successfully predicted that the Yankees, Tigers and Rangers would make the playoffs.  Bukiet further predicted that the Red Sox, Braves and Cardinals would make the playoffs.  Should the Red Sox make the playoffs, this would be the second year in a row that the Professor has successfully chosen all 4 American League Playoff teams.  Ed Kasputis will interview and congratulate Professor Buiket for his learned predictions during our next podcast.

Can Professor Bukiet turn a triple play in 2012 …

http://youtu.be/1ATVWNz8ONI

… by using his head?

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Cleveland, Cleveland Clinic & Cedar Point

September 28, 2010 by  
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Cleveland, Cleveland Clinic & Cedar Point

Cleveland has been home to the Cleveland Indians since the American League started in 1901.  The Indians are one of the original eight franchises in the American League.  The Indians have won the World Series in 1920 and 1948.

Cleveland is also home to many other great institutions.  For health care, the Cleveland Clinic is second to none and when it comes to roller coasters, Cedar Point is the greatest amusement park in the world. Cedar Point is located in Sandusky, 60 miles west of Cleveland.

Ed, Farley and Mark will review their home town during our Cleveland Indians‘ podcast.  This podcast will be released on October 1st.

Discover the Unexpected Side of Cleveland Plus

Cleveland Clinic – Founded One Year After Indians First World Series Title

Cedar Point – World’s Greatest Amusement Park