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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: October, 2021
Oct 26, 2021

Mike Murphy joins the boys to talk about how (and why) his grandma Minnie Lee got started documenting her lifelong love affair with the Cincinnati Reds, that time she missed one of the team’s biggest games of the last 35 years, ending on a high note and, of course, what’s next for Grandma’s Reds Scorebook.

Oct 19, 2021

“Toni Stone” playwright Lydia Diamond joins the boys to talk about her personal connection to the Negro Leagues pioneer and why she chose to tell her story, what it means to have her play back on the stage, writing through her COVID-impose lockdown and, of course, growing up a baseball fan and her crush on former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Joaquin Andujar,

Oct 12, 2021

Actor and comedian Samm Levine joins the boys to talk about being a lifelong Chicago Cubs fan, being back on the convention circuit, makes the first Reed Johnson mention in the history of the show, goes off on a certain umpire (or two) and helps craft the wonderful new podcast “Let’s Feed Sam(m) Levine”.

Oct 5, 2021

“Once Upon a Time in Queens” director Nick Davis joins the boys to talk about growing up a lifelong New York Mets fan, the similarities between their 1986 World Series-winning team and the band Nirvana, who he wishes he could’ve interviewed for his 30 for 30 documentary and, of course, the excitement of showing the world Ed Hearn’s balls.

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