Writer/director Ron Shelton didn't have to think too hard to come up with the idea and characters for the 1988 movie "Bull Durham". He lived it.
Bruce Prichard, host of the popular “Something to Wrestle with” podcast, joins the boys to tell them all about what happened when Pete Rose ended up in the WWF/WWE (and, subsequently, their Hall of Fame) and how he’s the perfect heel, the relationship between Wade Boggs and “Mr. Perfect” Curt Hennig and who came up with the ill-fated Abe “Knuckleball” Schwartz gimmick.
Should-be Hall of Famer Tommy John joins the boys to tell them all about his chances at getting into Cooperstown, the injury that nearly ended his career, his relationship with the late-Frank Jobe (and why the legendary doctor is one of the three most influential men in baseball history) and playing alongside Glenn Burke.
“We have snipers all around the stadium, just in case something were to happen" were the words Secret Service told AJ Mass during a 1997 game at Shea Stadium. Did they really think Mr. Met was going to mess with the president?
Graphic design extraordinaire Todd Radom joins the boys to talk all about how he got his start in the business, why that Cleveland Browns logo he created means so much to him, that time he witnessed a brawl at Yankee Stadium, working with Ice Cube on his new basketball league and spending part of his Christmas with the Clintons.
Former big league pitcher-turned-author-turned motivational speaker Dave Dravecky joins the the boys to talk about his special friendship with Kevin Mitchell, what it’s like being a teammate of Tony Gwynn, the worst fans in baseball and of course, that horrific injury that ultimately ended his Major League career and meeting up with Tim Raines 27 years later.
Marcus Giamatti, son of former MLB commissioner A. Bartlett Giamatti, joins the boys to talk about his late-father's brief (albeit memorable) stint in baseball, throwing out the first before Game One of the 1989 World Series, being the "go to" guy for nearly every CBS drama and appearing on an episode of the X-Files.
New York Yankees batboy-turned-author Matthew McGough joins the boys to talk about his first day on the job with the Bronx Bombers, how his book changed the batboy rules, his lasting relationship with Don Mattingly and working on the CBS show “Clubhouse”.
23 years ago, Henry Rowengartner helped the Chicago Cubs to a World Series victory. Now, nearly a quarter-century since “Rookie of the Year” hit the big screen, the film’s star, Thomas Ian Nicholas, disclosed that the movie could be getting a sequel in 2018…just in time for its 25th anniversary.
MLB Network host Brian Kenny joins the boys to talk about boxing alongside Mike Tyson, breaks down the 2017 Hall of Fame ballot, looks ahead to the Class of 2018, explains why "Major League 2" is better than its predecessor and, along with Lou, questions Shawn's life choices.
Legendary catcher Johnny Bench joins the boys to share his thoughts about this year’s (potential) Hall of Fame class, his favorite things to do during his annual trip to Cooperstown, goes behind-the-scenes of the “Baseball Bunch” and speculates who should host a proposed re-boot of the popular program.
Not long before she was begging Jose Canseco to make her a mother (Jose's words...not ours), a different Major League slugger caught the eye of The Material Girl.
Former slugger Rob "Rooster" Deer joins the boys to talk about his friendship with Robin Yount, his love for Milwaukee (and why he believes he was allowed to leave the Brewers via free agency), playing in Japan and that one special night he caught the eye of The Material Girl.