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The Hall of Very Good Podcast

The Hall of Very Good Podcast is focused on you, the fan. Each week, Shawn Anderson and Lou Olsen sit down and talk to people in and around the game of baseball that help make America's Pastime great.
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Now displaying: February, 2020
Feb 25, 2020

Painter Graig Kreindler joins the boys to talk about hanging out at the Negro Leagues Museum in Kansas City and the 228 paintings he did to help commemorate the 100th anniversary of the league, shares his favorite story he learned along the way and, for some reason, the Kenneth Gatewood references return.

And, yeah, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred still hates baseball.

Feb 18, 2020

Actor Adrian Zmed joins the boys to talk about his lifelong love of the Chicago Cubs, returning to The Windy City stage alongside Don Most and Sandy Duncan, his short-lived TV series “Flatbush” and spills the beans on the acting secrets of his “T.J. Hooker” co-star, William Shatner.

Feb 11, 2020

Gary Sheffield Jr. joins the boys to talk about his dad’s chances of ending up in Cooperstown and reveals why he was traded by the Milwaukee Brewers, painfully recalls some of the worst fans he’s encountered and rightfully coins the term “Full Django”.

Feb 4, 2020

Author and baseball historian Phil S. Dixon joins the boys to talk about co-founding the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, conspiracy theories surrounding the death of Rube Foster, Buck O’Neil’s chances at making the Hall of Fame in 2021 and, of course, his latest book about the Dean Brothers and their role in helping integrate baseball.

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