Season 9 has started as we honor the World Champion Houston Astros. Ed Kasputis interviews broadcaster and author, Greg Lucas about his book, Houston to Cooperstown: The Houston Astros’ Biggio & Bagwell Years.
In 2013, Ed Kasputis and Dave Matejczyk interviewed baseball’s youngest professional manager, 29 year old Drew Saylor about what he learned as the first year manager for the short-season Class A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies, the Tri-City Dust Devils.
Ed Kasputis interviews baseball researcher, James D. Smith III about the barehanded catcher, James “Deacon” White (1847-1939) who will be the only player inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on July 28, 2013.
Over 200 years ago, Francis Scott Key penned the words for our National Anthem as he watched the Battle of Baltimore from a British Navy ship. Ed Kasputis interviews author, Marc Leepson about his newly completed biography, What So Proudly We Hailed: Francis Scott Key, A Life.
Let’s go back almost 100 years to the only World Series played in September, the 1918 World Series. Did the Chicago Cubs throw the 1918 World Series to the Boston Red Sox? Did this act curse both the Cubs and Red Sox organizations for decades to come? Ed Kasputis interviews Sporting News writer and author, […]
As we wait for pitchers and catchers to report, we focus on the upcoming Winter Olympics in South Korea as we say good bye to Ed Kasputis and Dave Matejczyk as they prepare to leave for the XXIII Winter Olympic Games.
With a slow free agent market this offseason, could there be collusion among the owners (or Russians) to bring salaries down? We explore that and give a faithful listener tips on his future Midwest baseball road trip.
On September 18, 2010, Ed Kasputis got his Baseball PhD by visiting his 30th Major League Ballpark – Target Field. Our PhD Committee examines Ed about his 40 year journey though the baseball world and life.