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New York Dore breaks down VU baseball issues, looks to LSU series

New York Dore gives his synopsis of what's going wrong in mid-week, and the contact issues with Jayson Gonzalez and Julian Infante. Also, where would the freshmen go if the MLB Draft were held today and they could be in it? He answers that, and tells you which VU freshman actually is draft-eligible after this year. It's an information-packed, all-baseball episode as VU prepares to face LSU.


Spring practice, Vandy/NFL, and baseball talk, with Seabass

Chris Lee and Seabass talk about football's spring practice and make some bold predictions on each side of the ball for next year. The two also talk about the NFL Draft and NFL free agency as it pertains to Vanderbilt, and get into what's gone wrong in midweek games for baseball.


Spring game experience, sports marketing talk, with Martin Salamone

Vanderbilt associate AD for sales, marketing and revenue generation Martin Salmone joins the podcast to tell fans what VU has planned in and around the spring game. Plus, Martin discusses a few things VU will be doing to market football and basketball in the near future.


Joe Fisher talks sweep of MSU, broadcasting memories

Joe Fisher, the Voice of the Commodores, joins us to discuss Vanderbilt's 3-0 sweep at Mississippi State. How will the lineup and rotation settle in from here? Joe gives thoughts on that as well. Plus, Joe shares some of his favorite broadcast memories, including what it was like to call the 2014 game against Virginia where the 'Dores won the national title in baseball. That, and a whole lot more, in a 55-minute podcast.


2018 football outlook: The good, bad and ugly

With almost two weeks of spring practice in the books, Chris Lee and Seabass discuss what's to like, what's not to like, what could sink the season, and what could boost it to unexpected success. The two also take a preliminary guess at the team's record, and also talk about disappointing recruits in VU hoops and football history who didn't pan out.


Baseball mailbag, with New York Dore

Chris Lee and New York Dore field listener questions about baseball, including how left field, DH and No. 3 weekend starter settle out.


A lengthy Vanderbilt conversation with Sports Illustrated's Lee Jenkins

Prominent Sports Illustrated writer Lee Jenkins, a Vanderbilt alum, joins the podcast to talk Vanderbilt sports. Topics include the future for VU basketball (and the NBA future for a few former VU players), how baseball has successfully branded itself nationally, his memories of covering VU for the Vanderbilt Hustler as a student, what he'd change about how Vanderbilt athletics is run, and much, much more in a 1:25 podcast.


Two huge baseball wins, and preseason basketball outlook for next year

Chris Lee and Mitch Light talk about Vanderbilt's baseball wins over UCLA and TCU. Topics include Vanderbilt's deep group of hitters, its bullpen improvement and who'll the the third pitching starter for Mississippi State, VU's Southeastern Conference opener next weekend. Chris and Mitch also discuss if/where VU will be ranked in preseason if it gets Romeo Langford and/or E.J. Montgomery, and talk a bit about the NCAA Tournament field.


The baseball mailbag, with New York Dore

New York Dore fields listener questions. Topics include who deserves to be in the weekend pitching rotation, whether the bullpen (and its ability to throw strikes) is a concern, whether the Commodores have underachieved the last two seasons, and more.


It goes darkest just before dawn

Vanderbilt hasn’t had a great two-to-four-year run in men’s sports, but things in basketball and baseball are about to get significantly better. Chris Lee and Seabass discuss that in the last half of the podcast. Plus, Seabass asks Chris Lee about the highs and lows of covering Vanderbilt sports for 15 years, and what that’s been like. Plus, Tymon Mitchell talk, hoops recruiting is on the verge of decisions for two five-star hoops recruits, a better future for Vandy’s defensive line, and...


A new day coming for Vandy and college hoops

Vanderbilt color commentator Tim Thompson joins the podcast to wrap up this season, and look ahead. Today's main topic is the delicate issue of recruiting over players on your roster and how that affects players who could be replaced, and the affect it could have on Clevon Brown's role. Other topics include the coaching carousel (including Tim's thoughts on ex-VU coach Kevin Stallings' dismissal at Pitt), the FBI scandal and the timing with any announcements in March, plus, memories of...


Baseball, hoops talk with Mitch Light

Chris Lee and Mitch Light talk Vanderbilt baseball and basketball. Topics include Vanderbilt's hoops win at Ole Miss and its SEC Tournament draw, plus, takeaways from the VandyBoys losing two of three in Houston, as well as looking ahead to how difficult it will be for Vanderbilt to set its weekend rosters for Southeastern Conference play.


Seabass talks spring football, 2019 hoops

Chris Lee and Seabass discuss spring football-related topics, Romeo Langford, whether Bryce Drew coached this year's team to its potential, the 2018-19 hoops schedule, and more.


New York Dore discusses VandyBoys' 9-1 start

Chris Lee and New York Dore do a comprehensive podcast on Vanderbilt baseball's 9-1 start. Topics include Vanderbilt's four terrific freshman hitters, offensive improvement from Alonzo Jones, Connor Kaiser and Ethan Paul, an appearance of unprecedented pitching depth (and what pitchers settle into what roles) and a whole lot more.


Baseball's great start, and a disappointing hoops Senior Night

Chris Lee and VU Hustler sports editor Cutler Klein talk about an 8-1 baseball start, led by fantastic efforts from a number of freshmen, and as well as some hoops talk.


Talking Vanderbilt baseball and hoops with Mitch Light

Chris Lee and Mitch Light talk Vandy baseball and hoops. Topics include Vanderbilt's incredibly deep pitching staff, its outfield rotation, Julian Infante's slump and freshman hitting on the baseball side. When the conversation turns to hoops, talk centers around Saben Lee's season (and an attempt to draw comparisons with him and past SEC players), and how the latest cheating accusations emerging from the FBI investigation are shaping college basketball, as well as changing things for...


Spring practice thoughts, Jeff Roberson's strong All-SEC case

Chris Lee and Seabass talk Vandy football, baseball and basketball. Topics include Jeff Roberson's outstanding case to be considered among the SEC's best basketball players, what Chris makes of Vanderbilt's 4-1 SEC start (and why the early schedule might not be quite as tough as it looked a week ago), and extensive thoughts on the football roster and the role of coaching in where VU is now and where it needs to be. It's nearly an hour and a half of discussion you don't want to miss!


What's Vanderbilt basketball's future upside?

Chris Lee and Tim Thompson look at the long-term upside of Max Evans and Ejike Obinna, and Chris asks Tim what Bryce Drew's track record looks like if he's at VU a decade from now. Other topics include Jeff Roberson's All-SEC candidacy, how the lack of a rim protector is contributing to poor defense, and Joe Toye's role next season.


Andrew Maraniss remembers the great Perry Wallace

Former Commodore basketball great Perry Wallace passed away in December, and his biographer, Stong Inside author Andrew Maraniss, joins us to talk about his life. Maraniss shares stories from the book as well as from Wallace's memorial service at Vanderbilt on Feb. 19, and his last conversation with Wallace just days before he died. It's a 40-minute conversation on a life well lived, and one that will have an impact for decades beyond his death.


Big weekends for hoops, baseball

Vanderbilt got a basketball win over Florida and a baseball series win over a ranked Duke baseball team. Chris Lee and Mitch Light discuss both. On the hoops end, talk centers around some statistical oddities for the season, Jeff Roberson, as well as some of the best finishes the two have seen at Memorial Gym. On the baseball side, they discuss terrific weekends from several freshmen and what stood out there. That, and much more, in an hour-long podcast.


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