2022 Washington Nationals

May 8, 2022 by  
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The Nats are in last but they hope their rebuild will be fast. Ed Kasputis interviews Paul Francis Sullivan from Locked on MLB podcast about all things Nationals including Juan Soto.


2019 World Series

October 21, 2019 by  
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Our PhD Committee gets ready for the Fall Classic as we review both teams on a position by position basis. Did you know that during the last 112 games of this season, both teams had nearly identical records?


Mariners in Tokyo again

March 17, 2019 by  
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Ichiro and the Mariners have landed in Tokyo as they prepare to open their season against the A’s. Ed Kasputis interviews Mike Rice from Northwest SABR about his beloved Mariners.


2017 Seattle Mariners

August 13, 2017 by  
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As the Mariners retire the number of Edgar Martinez (#11) we ponder whether they can make the playoffs with Felix Hernandez on the DL.  Ed interviews Mr. Sports Travel aka Joe Connor about all the things to do in Washington State.


2016 Seattle Mariners

August 7, 2016 by  
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Episode 357 - Seattle Mariners

We are in the Great Northwest as Mark comes home from Ireland.  Ed Kasputis interviews Ted Huetter from the Museum of Flight and Matt Ellis from lookoutlanding.com.  The podcast concludes as Farley helps close it out and keeps his streak alive for never missing a Baseball PhD podcast  (357 and counting!).


2015 Seattle Mariners

September 20, 2015 by  
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Episode 324 - Seattle Mariners

A flat year for the Mariners but it’s always fun in Seattle.  Ed Kasputis interviews Kauilani Robinson about things to see in the Emerald City and Larry Manch about the Mariners and the hotly contested AL West.


2013 Washington Nationals

April 11, 2013 by  
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Episode 187 - Washington Nationals

Sports Illustrated picks the Nationals to win the 2013 World Series.  Are the Nats jinxed or are they poised to go all the way?  Ed Kasputis interviews Professor Bruce Bukiet from the New Jersey Institute of Technology about his 2013 MLB predictions.  Joe Drugan from thenatsblog.com shares his insight about the Nationals.  The podcast concludes as we leave D.C. and head to the Capitol of the MidwestChicago.  Go Cubs!


Still Waiting for a Mariners’ World Series

May 3, 2011 by  
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This week is Mariners‘ week with our podcast featuring the Seattle Mariners being released on Friday, May 6th.  Only two franchises have failed to appear in a World Series, the Washington Nationals (est. 1969) and the Seattle Mariners (est. 1977).

During our next podcast, you’ll hear Arthur Lee remember Mariner broadcast great Dave Niehaus (1935 – 2010).  We’ll also hear from the Professor from Walla Walla, Terrie Amodt as she talks about Mariner history.  All this and more on the next episode of Baseball PhD.

My Oh My – We Miss Niehaus

Seattle Mariners’ Team Pulse
Listen to our 2010 Seattle Mariners’ Podcast

Past Posts about the Seattle Mariners

Dave Niehaus

Joy in Seattle


Playing Catch with Dad

Mariner Moose

2010 Little League World Series

August 15, 2010 by  
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2010 Little League World Series

The 2010 Little League World Series starts on Friday, August 20th in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.  Ed Kasputis will be interviewing Steve Barr, Director of Media Relations for the Little League.  This interview will be released with our podcast featuring the Florida Marlins on Friday, August 20th.

The Little League World Series consists of 16 teams with 8 teams being from the United States.  The World Series will take place from August 20 -29.  Ed Kasputis and Mark Rantala will be reporting live from Williamsport on Saturday, August 21st.

Fairfield American to represent New England at Little League World Series.

Auburn, Washington and Hamilton, Ohio advance to Little League World Series.

Web Gems from the 2009 Little League World Series