2023 Los Angeles Dodgers

April 16, 2023 by  
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Will this be a typical year of excellence for the Dodgers or with their new faces could the Padres win the NL West? Ed Kasputis interview Matt Moreno from dodgerblue.com.


World Champion Los Angeles Dodgers

March 7, 2021 by  
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All hail the Dodgers as the World Champions add Trevor Bauer in their quest to repeat. Ed Kasputis interviews Matt Moreno from dodgerblue.com as we all “Think Blue.”


2019 Los Angeles Dodgers

March 31, 2019 by  
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It’s win it all or go home.  Can the Dodgers rebound from 2 straight World Series losses?  Can Clayton Kershaw regain his form as he starts the season on the injured list?  Ed Kasputis interviews Professor Bruce Bukiet about Bukiet’s 2019 MLB predictions and Matthew Moreno from DodgerBlue.com.


2011 New York Yankees

July 21, 2011 by  
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We have a Yankee of a podcast for you.  The tradition plus the payroll.  Our PhD Committee talks about this franchise’s glorious past (and future).  Ed interviews Canadians Mike and Donna Smolders about their Yankee experience visiting Boston, New York City and Cooperstown.  Craig Muder fills us in on the 2011 Hall of Fame weekend from Cooperstown.  Mr. Sports Travel aka Joe Connor teaches us the 5 best baseball places to explore in NYC.  We then hail a cab and head to LaGuardia.  Next week it’s Dodger Blue and the bankruptcy saga of their owners.  Say it ain’t so Vin Scully.  Say it ain’t so.


I am … I said

July 12, 2011 by  
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Meet the Mets

This week is Mets’ week with our podcast featuring the New York Mets being released on Friday, July 15th. Last week I went to Dodger Stadium to meet the Mets and sit behind home plate with my good friend Jeff Kornreich.

I first met Jeff as a freshman at Case Western Reserve University in August 1979.  Jeff was the first New York Met fan that I had ever met.  As a Cleveland native, I figured that all New Yorkers had to be passionate Yankee fans.  Jeff set me straight.

After graduating from Case, Jeff moved to Los Angeles and has never left.  A die hard Mets fan surrounded by Dodger Blue.  During our next podcast, you’ll hear my interview with Jeff about his beloved Mets.  It was great spending time with my friend as we watched the Mets lose to the Dodgers.

After the game, as we said good bye, I thought of that great Neil Diamond song as Jeff walked away from Dodger Stadium.

LA’s fine, sunshine most of the time
The feeling is laid back
Palm trees grow and the rents are low
But you know I keep thinking about
Making my way back

Well, I’m New York City born and raised
But nowadays, I’m lost between two shores
LA’s fine, but it ain’t home
New York’s home but it ain’t mine no more


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