Rich Evans and Molly Willcox from the Bristol Baseball Club join the boys (again) to talk about how they first discovered baseball and picked their favorite teams, Major League Baseball’s ongoing identity crisis, America’s problem with selective and false memories and get introduced to the story of Glenn Burke by Lou.
Rich Evans and Molly Willcox from the Bristol Baseball Club join the boys to talk about the history of and rise in baseball’s popularity in England, what fans of Bristol’s teams can expect this season and introduces the world to their adorably awesome mascot, Biscuit.
Ross Grimsley, the only 20-game winner in Montreal Expos history, joins the boys (and a VERY special guest!) to talk about the fiftieth anniversary of his May 16, 1971 debut with the Cincinnati Reds, pitching to and against the great Johnny Bench and going from collecting baseball cards of to playing alongside The Big Red Machine.
Rob Nelson, the original “shred head” and inventor of Big League Chew, joins the boys to talk about how he ended up in the Pacific Northwest pitching for the Portland Mavericks, spending time alongside Kurt Russell and (eventual Academy Award-nominated director) Todd Field and, of course, how being re-acquainted with Jim Bouton unexpectedly led to him becoming a bubble gum mogul.