We pay homage to the World Champion Boston Red Sox as our PhD Committee also ponders the Philadelphia Phillies free agent signing of Bryce Harper. Ed Kasputis interviews Boston writer and radio personality, Dom Nicastro about his mighty Red Sox.
Season 10 will begin in a few days as our PhD Committee learns about baseball’s first spring training venue, Hot Springs, Arkansas. Ed Kasputis interviews baseball historian, Bill Jenkinson about Hot Springs and the most important spring training home run of all time.
Our PhD Committee examines how the law influences our national pastime. Ed Kasputis interviews Professor & Judge Louis H. Schiff about his book that he has co-authored, Baseball and the Law: Cases and Materials.
Our PhD Committee honors one of the greatest baseball players of all time – Frank Robinson. Ed Kasputis interviews Paul Sullivan from Sully Baseball about Robinson’s legacy and his mark as Major League Baseball’s first African-American manager.
As we wait for pitchers and catchers to report, we remember last year’s podcast that focused on the upcoming Winter Olympics in South Korea as we said good bye to Ed Kasputis and Dave Matejczyk as they prepared to leave for the XXIII Winter Olympic Games.
We honor Hall of Fame broadcaster and patriot, Jerry Coleman (1924 – 2014). We applaud the commentary of Keith Olbermann as Ed Kasputis interviews, Andy Strasberg (Coleman’s agent), author Curt Smith and The Famous San Diego Chicken. The podcast concludes with former Padre, Tim Flannery’s song, Hang A Star on That One. Semper Fidelis.