2024 Cleveland Guardians

March 31, 2024 by  
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Terry Francona has retired. Stephen Vogt has been hired. Will the Guardians improve or hover around .500? We debate.

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2023 Vin Scully Re-broadcast

November 29, 2023 by  
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Greatest Baseball Sportscaster of All Time

Our PhD Committee honors Vin Scully (1927 – 2022) as the greatest baseball sportscaster of all time. Ed, Farley and Mark then explore the life of Scully and listen to some of his greatest clips.  Ed then interviews Dodger faithful and English Professor, Frank Ardolino about Scully.  We then travel back in time and hear Scully’s words of wisdom during his commencement address at Pepperdine University in 2008.

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2023 Cleveland Guardians

April 23, 2023 by  
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Can the youngest team in the MLB win the AL Central again? Ed Kasputis interviews baseball author Scott Longert about his book, Victory on Two Fronts: The Cleveland Indians and Baseball During World War II.

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2022 Vin Scully Re-broadcast

August 3, 2022 by  
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Greatest Baseball Sportscaster of All Time

Our PhD Committee honors Vin Scully (1927 – 2022) as the greatest baseball sportscaster of all time. Ed, Farley and Mark then explore the life of Scully and listen to some of his greatest clips.  Ed then interviews Dodger faithful and English Professor, Frank Ardolino about Scully.  We then travel back in time and hear Scully’s words of wisdom during his commencement address at Pepperdine University in 2008.

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2022 Cleveland Guardians

July 3, 2022 by  
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The Guardians are battling for first place despite having the smallest payroll in the AL Central and the youngest MLB roster. Can it continue? We observe and debate.

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2021 Vin Scully Re-broadcast

November 24, 2021 by  
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Our PhD Committee honors Vin Scully as the greatest baseball sportscaster of all time.  We also remember Seattle’s Hall of Fame baseball sportscaster, Dave Niehaus who passed away on November 10, 2010.  Ed, Farley and Mark then explore the life of Scully and listen to some of his greatest clips.  Ed then interviews Dodger faithful and English Professor, Frank Ardolino about Scully.

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Cleveland Guardians

August 1, 2021 by  
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The Cleveland Indians are changing their name to the Guardians as they struggle to be playoff competitive. But the Cleveland Guardians already exist as a roller derby team! We ponder the name change and review the organization’s future (no matter what they might be called).

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2020 Vin Scully Re-broadcast

November 22, 2020 by  
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Greatest Baseball Sportscaster of All Time

Our PhD Committee honors Vin Scully as the greatest baseball sportscaster of all time.  We also remember Seattle’s Hall of Fame baseball sportscaster, Dave Niehaus who passed away on November 10, 2010.  Ed, Farley and Mark then explore the life of Scully and listen to some of his greatest clips.  Ed then interviews Dodger faithful and English Professor, Frank Ardolino about Scully.

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2019 Vin Scully Re-broadcast

August 21, 2019 by  
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Greatest Baseball Sportscaster of All Time

Our PhD Committee honors Vin Scully as the greatest baseball sportscaster of all time.  We also remember Seattle’s Hall of Fame baseball sportscaster, Dave Niehaus who passed away on November 10, 2010.  Ed, Farley and Mark then explore the life of Scully and listen to some of his greatest clips.  Ed then interviews Dodger faithful and English Professor, Frank Ardolino about Scully.  We then travel back in time and hear Scully’s words of wisdom during his commencement address at Pepperdine University in 2008. Ed and Farley then interview Cleveland radio great, Marty Allen in the first of a six part series of At the Mixer with Marty Allen.

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Episode 500 – Cleveland Indians

June 30, 2019 by  
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We celebrate our 500th podcast as we focus on this year’s All-Star Game in Cleveland and our podcast memories.  Ed Kasputis interviews Lew Freedman about his book, The Day All the Stars Came Out: Major League Baseball’s First All-Star Game, 1933.

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