2012 Arizona Diamondbacks

September 27, 2012 by  
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Ed and Farley are in Phoenix enjoying the Valley of the Sun.  Ed interviews Rodney Johnson, the official scorer of the Diamondbacks about what happened this year with the DBacks while Farley just wants to sit in the hot tub at Chase Field.   Our podcast concludes as we head to our last city of the regular season – Anaheim.


Minicast – Rodney Johnson

December 26, 2011 by  
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Ed Kasputis interviews Rodney Johnson, one of the two official scorers for the National League West Champion, Arizona Diamondbacks about being an official Major League scorer.


2011 Milwaukee Brewers

September 29, 2011 by  
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We are in our last MLB city of the season, Milwaukee as the Brewers prepare to start their post season by hosting the worst to first Arizona Diamondbacks.  Ed Kasputis interviews Baseball Bob about the Brewers and National League Playoffs.  Professor Bruce Bukiet from the New Jersey Institute of Technology repeats as our 2011 MLB Predictions winner.  Oh the power of math and lastly we conclude our season long series of 100 Places to See with author, Josh Pahigian telling us about the 4 best baseball places to see before your strike out.  As we say good bye to Milwaukee, our PhD Committee has to wait for the League Championship Series.


2011 Arizona Diamondbacks

July 7, 2011 by  
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Our PhD Committee is in Phoenix looking at those surprising Arizona Diamondbacks and the 2011 MLB All-Star game. Ed Kasputis interviews Rodney Johnson, official scorer of the Dbacks about their success.  We then talk about the All-Star game and Ed interviews Chris Siriano about the House of David Museum.  The podcast concludes as we leave the desert and head for the concrete jungle – New York City for the next two weeks.  Next week, we’ll meet the Mets!


Starters Named to 2011 MLB All-Star Game

July 4, 2011 by  
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This is Dbacks week with our podcast featuring the Arizona Diamondbacks being released on Friday, July 8th.  Our PhD Committee will be talking about both the Diamondbacks and the upcoming MLB All-Star game that will be played on Tuesday, July 12th at Chase Field.  Ed Kasputis will be interviewing Rodney Johnson, official scorer for the Dbacks and Chris Siriano, founder of the House of David Museum.

Working Hard to get the MLB All-Star Game

Arizona Diamondbacks Team Pulse
Listen to our 2010 Arizona Diamondbacks Podcast

Past Posts about the Arizona Diamondbacks

2001 D-backs World Series Victory Parade

D-backs Music Video

Grand Canyon

Marvelous Marv & The Cactus League

2011 Boston Red Sox

June 30, 2011 by  
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This week the South Carolina Gamecocks were hot as they won their second consecutive College World Series.  The Red Sox were not as they slipped into second in the American League East.  Matt Kory from OverTheMonster.com fills us in on the team he loves while Dave Brown from BigLeagueStew.com compares and contrast Fenway against Wrigley.  Our PhD Committee is in love with Boston as we say goodbye and get ready for the All-Star break. as the Arizona Diamondbacks become the last team to host the MLB All-Star Game.


Who’s in First – August 1, 2010

August 1, 2010 by  
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Who's in First - August 1 2010

Professor Bukiet and Baseball Bob are tied with 4.5 points each

We are four months into the season with Professor Bruce Bukiet from the New Jersey Institute of Technology holding steady.  This month Baseball Bob (the smartest man we know) has surged to tie the professor.  Both brainiacs have 4.5 points.  Both men predicted that the New York Yankees, Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals would make the playoffs.  Currently the Cardinals are tied for first in the NL Central with the Cincinnati Reds.  This is how each man got one half point.

Bukiet also predicted that the Tampa Bay Rays and Atlanta Braves would make the playoffs.  Baseball Bob has predicted that the Chicago White Sox and San Francisco Giants would make the playoffs.  If the season were to end today, all of these teams would make the playoffs.

Tied for third are Baseball PhD’s Who and playballexperience.com‘s Rodney Johnson (Johnson is also the official scorer for the Arizona Diamondbacks). Both man and boy predicted that the New York Yankees, Chicago White Sox and St. Louis Cardinals would also make the playoffs.  Who also predicted that the Texas Rangers would make the post season while Johnson predicted that the San Francisco Giants will also still be playing in October.

Can anyone catch Professor Bukiet?  The key teams to watch are Tampa Bay and Texas.  If both of these teams continue to play well, the Professor’s legacy will continue to grow.

Arizona Diamondbacks

June 10, 2010 by  
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We are in the Valley of the Sun, admiring one of the greatest ballparks ever built, Chase Field.  Ed, Farley and Mark explore the Phoenix area while applying lots of sun screen.  Ed then interviews Rodney Johnson, official scorer for the Arizona Diamondbacks.  Ed then gets us pointed toward Omaha as he interviews super fan, Larry Roth about the upcoming College World Series.  Our PhD committee closes out the podcast by heading east and traveling back to the future.  Next stop, St. Louis – the Gateway to the West.


Back Home in Omaha

June 9, 2010 by  
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Back Home in Omaha

The College World Series starts on June 19, 2010.  Since 1950, this event has been played at Rosenblatt Stadium.  This will be the last year that the College World Series will be played at Rosenblatt Stadium. Next year the College World Series will be played at the new TD Ameritrade Park Omaha.

During our Arizona Diamondbacks‘ podcast which will be released on Friday, June 11th, Ed Kasputis will interview Larry Roth about the College World Series.

Music Video

2001 D-backs World Series Victory Parade

June 8, 2010 by  
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2001 World Series

Many teams never get to experience the thrill of ending the post-season with a win.  The Arizona Diamondbacks won the 2001 World Series by defeating the New York Yankees in seven games.  It was only the fourth season for the D-backs.

Diamondback pitchers, Curt Schilling and Randy Johnson were World Series Co-MVPs.  Listed below are the eleven teams that have not won a World Series during the past fifty years!

TeamLast year won World Series
Chicago Cubs1908
Cleveland Indians1948
San Francisco Giants1954
Seattle MarinersNever
Washington NationalsNever
Tampa Bay Devil RaysNever
Milwaukee BrewersNever
Houston AstrosNever
San Diego PadresNever
Texas RangersNever
Colorado RockiesNever

The Parade

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