2nd City

May 13, 2018 by  
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Ed & Farley are in America’s 2nd City as we talk about the Windy City. Ed Kasputis interviews Al Yellon from bleedcubbieblue.com.


2017 Chicago White Sox

April 30, 2017 by  
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As they rebuild, the White Sox are sitting on top of the AL Central.  Ed Kasputis interviews Rob Young from futuresox.com about the Sox’s minor league system and Matt Enuco from outsidepitchmlb.com about this year’s Sox.


2016 Chicago White Sox

July 31, 2016 by  
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Episode 356 - Chicago White Sox

The Sox are in third and could the actions of Chris Sale be absurd?  We enjoy the Second City as Ed Kasputis interviews Chris Wills from the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum.


2015 Chicago, Chicago

July 5, 2015 by  
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Episode  312 - Chicago, Chicago

Chicago, Chicago!  The Cubs are up and the Sox are down.  Ed Kasputis interviews Joshua Nelson from southsidesox.com while Farley gives his review of the Phase I renovations to Wrigley.  Are the renovations worth a trip to the friendly confines in 2015?


2011 Chicago White Sox

May 19, 2011 by  
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Go Go White Sox!  We close our two week stay in the Windy City with three great interviews, John Chikow from The Magnificent Mile, Tom Skwerski from the Field Museum and Sean Deveney, author of The Original Curse.  Can the White Sox catch the Indians in the AL Central?  What about those Twins?  Next week we’ll be in the Twin Cities to talk about the Twins and to remember Hall of Famer, Harmon Killebrew.


Magnificent Mile and More!

May 17, 2011 by  
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Beautiful Michigan Avenue!

This week is White Sox week with our podcast featuring the Chicago White Sox being released on Friday, May 20th.  Shopping on the Magnificent Mile is second to none.  In our next podcast, Ed Kasputis will be interviewing John Chikow, executive director of The Greater North Michigan Avenue Association (GNMAA).  “Chicago is both a great baseball and shopping city,” said Ed Kasputis, Creative Director of Baseball PhD.  “My interview with John Chikow will leave no doubt to bring your loved ones to Chicago.  Even Grandma who hates baseball will gladly catch a game if a trip to the Magnificent Mile is attached as a shopping reward.”  Go go White Sox!

A World Class Avenue

Oprah on Michigan Avenue

Chicago White Sox Team Pulse
Listen to our 2010 Chicago White Sox Podcast

Past Posts about the Chicago White Sox

Eight Men Out

Magnificent Mile – Chicago

Cubs in Russia

May 15, 2011 by  
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This week is White Sox week with our podcast featuring the Chicago White Sox being released on Friday, May 20th.  The Field Museum is one of Chicago’s greatest assets.  Next podcast, Ed Kasputis will be interviewing Tom Skwerski from The Field Museum.

Did you know that the Field Museum is closer to U.S. Cellular Field than Wrigley and that both ballparks and the Field Museum area accessible from the Chicago Transit Authority Red Line?  In the photo above, Tom Skwerski was in St. Petersburg, Russia seeking to borrow a frozen baby wooly mammoth that was found frozen in Siberia in 2007.

Baby Wooly Mammoth “Lubya” Discovered


2011 Seattle Mariners

May 5, 2011 by  
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The Mariners are hanging tough in the American League West and our PhD Committee is excited to be at beautiful SAFECO Field.  Let it rain.  Let it rain! Farley has picked the Mariners to win their division.  Rocky II, Dave Niehaus, the NFL Draft, Ichiro and the LeBron James of Seattle?  These are just some of the highlights of this podcast as Ed interviews both Arthur Lee and Terrie Aamodt.  The podcast concludes as we grab a Starbucks and catch a plane for the Windy City.  We’ll be in Chicago for the next two weeks for the Cubs and White Sox podcasts.


Cincinnati Reds

May 27, 2010 by  
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Paul BernishJoe MorganChris Eckes

The Reds are playing great and are currently in first place in the NL Central.  Everyone loves a winner especially Ed, Farley and Mark as they travel to the Queen City.  Our PhD committee explores Cincinnati before Ed interviews Paul Bernish from the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.

We then listen to Joe Morgan as this Hall of Fame Red participated in Major League Baseball’s Roundtable Discussion on Civil Rights.  Ed then interviews Chris Eckes, Chief Curator for the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum about Big Red Machine great, Pete Rose.  Ed, Farley and Mark then conclude the podcast and get ready for our second trip to Chicago.  This time the White Sox will be the center of our attention.