2018 San Francisco Bay

May 6, 2018 by  
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We’re in the San Francisco Bay as we talk about the Giants, Athletics and the A’s search for a new ballpark. Ed Kasputis interviews Alex Hall from athleticsnation.com.


2017 San Francisco Giants

April 2, 2017 by  
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Opening day has arrived as we enjoy AT&T Park by the San Francisco Bay.  Ed Kasputis interviews Connor Grosssman about his beloved Giants.  Is this the year of the Giant?


San Francisco Bay

June 26, 2016 by  
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Episode 350 - San Francisco Bay

Our PhD Committee enjoys San Francisco Bay as Ed interviews Connor Grossman from knbr.com about his Giants and Alex Hall from athleticsnation.com about his A’s (and Warriors).  Go Cavs!


2014 San Francisco Giants

August 21, 2014 by  
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Episode 276 - San Francisco Giants

San Francisco is beautiful but can the Giants catch the Dodgers?  Ed Kasputis interviews baseball author and Giants fan, Andre Lower from baseballbypositions.com as Mark and Farley marvel at AT & T Park.


2012 Atlanta Braves

June 21, 2012 by  
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We are in the Capitol of the South, Atlanta,  Baseball Bob reviews the current Braves while Mr. Sports Travel coaches us on what to see in this Olympic city.  Ed, Farley and Dave share lots of stories as we enjoy the hospitality of Atlanta.  Then it’s off to Cincinnati to enjoy the Queen City and those charging Reds!


San Francisco Giants

September 2, 2010 by  
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Episode 28 - San Francisco Giants

Our PhD Committee is in beautiful San Francisco.  AT & T Park is spectacular and Farley can’t get enough Gilroy Garlic Fries.  After the fries, Ed, Farley and Mark talk Giants baseball and explore the Bay Area.  Ed interviews John Burbridge about the 1954 New York Giants and the Wise Guys battle it out over Giants’ history.  Our PhD Committee can stay a while, next stop is Oakland.


Ronald Wilson Reagan (1911 – 2004)

July 19, 2010 by  
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Ronald Wilson Reagan (1911 - 2004)

Ronald Wilson Reagan was the 40th President of the United States (1981 – 1989).  The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Library is located 46 miles northwest of Dodger Stadium in Simi Valley.

Ed Kasputis visited The Reagan Presidential Library on June 29th.  “During my California trip I had the opportunity to visit 4 of the state’s 5 Major League Ballparks.  AT & T Park and Dodger Stadium were spectacular” Kasputis said.  “I love baseball but the highlight of the trip was visiting The Reagan Presidential Library. During my morning tour I got goose bumps and wept on multiple occasions.  Ronald Reagan was my political Babe Ruth.”

Our PhD Committee will be reviewing The Reagan Presidential Foundation & Library during our podcast featuring the Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday, July 23rd.  Ed, Farley and Mark will be reviewing this “must visit” Presidential Library.

Reagan Library Tour

Tribute to Ronald Reagan

The Reagan Wit

Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Library Slideshow