St. Louis Cardinals

June 16, 2010 by  
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Cardinals & College World Series

This podcast contains a double dose of baseball heaven.  First Ed, Farley and Mark start the podcast in the Gateway to the West, St. Louis.  They explore the great history of the St. Louis Cardinals and their wonderful baseball savey fans.  Ed interviews 88 year old, Cardinal fan, Ed Marcou.  Marcou has followed and loved his mighty Cardinals since 1931.  Ed then interviews, Dan Morrissey, Vice-President of Marketing & Events for the College World Series of Omaha, Inc.  The College World Series starts on June 19th.  The PhD committee then remembers Cardinal broadcaster, Jack Buck as they listen to Buck’s powerful 9/11 poem.  Buck read this poem to a sold out Busch Stadium on September 17, 2001.  The podcast concludes as Ed, Farley and Mark prepare to drive cross state to the City of Fountains and home to the 2012 All Star Game.  Kansas City, here we come!!!


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.

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