Larry King re-joins the boys to talk about the 2018 baseball season (so far), shares his thoughts on what he would do if he was commissioner and wonders aloud about doubleheaders and Shohei Ohtani.
Also, Shawn and Lou’s new best friend responds to Todd Radom’s question about one of the greatest uniforms in baseball history.
Todd Radom and Phil Hecken re-join the boys to share their thoughts on some of baseball’s best (and absolute worst) looking uniforms, reflect on the most out of place baseball players and, of course, talk all about Todd’s new book…Winning Ugly: A Visual History of the Most Bizarre Baseball Uniforms Ever Worn.
Also, Shawn tries to start a debate that is, arguably, far dumber than that annoying “is a hot dog a sandwich?” discussion.
David Mickey Evans, writer and director of “The Sandlot", joins the boys to talk about the making of the iconic film, speculates as to whether or not Benny “The Jet” Rodriguez was really safe at the plate, shares his plans for the 25th anniversary of the movie, marvels at those glorious Funko Pop! figures and Lou thanks David (on behalf of everyone) for creating Wendy Peffercorn.
John Costacos, the creator of some of the world’s most popular sports posters, re-joins the boys to talk about his latest creation for Adidas (SPOILER ALERT: it’s Aaron Judge!), shares what might be next for The Costacos Brothers and revisits what makes their artwork great.