To celebrate the start of the 2021 baseball season, should-be Hall of Famer Tommy John joins the boys to talk 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.
Episode originally aired February 28, 2017.
To celebrate the start of the 2021 baseball season, legendary Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith joins the boys to talk about the 25th anniversary of the popular "Homer at the Bat” episode of “The Simpsons”, where his famous backflip came from, growing up in Southern California with Eddie Murray and the one team he would’ve liked to have played for.
Episode originally aired July 14, 2017.
To celebrate the start of the 2021 baseball season, 2005 Hall of Fame inductee Wade Boggs joins the boys to talk about his fear of horses, his unlikely friendship with former WWE superstar Curt Hennig (aka Mr. Perfect), that time the wrestler saved his life and, lastly, his relationship with his number one superfan.
Episode originally aired May 14, 2020.
Dave Berger, author of Take Me Out to the Ballgame, joins the boys to talk about some of baseball’s most comical and freakish injuries, why left-handed pitchers seem to be the most susceptible and how Trevor Bauer’s bloody drone mishap provided him with the inspiration to write a book.
For an autographed copy of the book…CLICK HERE. Tell Dave your favorite team and he'll throw in a surprise bookmarker!
Brandon Steiner, founder of Steiner Sports and CollectibleXchange, joins the boys to talk about the current resurgence in the sports memorabilia market, reveals why so many people are buying and selling their collectibles right now, shares some of the favorite pieces from his own collection and teases the upcoming auction of his personal stuff.