Bob Kendrick, President of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, joins the boys for the seventh time to talk about the recent announcement that his friend Buck O’Neil is (finally!) going to be a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, what he’s going to wear to the induction ceremony, whether or not he’ll be the one to speak for Buck and, of course, looks ahead to 2022.
16-time Gold Glove Award winner (and 2015 Hall of Very Good inductee) Jim Kaat joins the boys to talk about his 60-plus years in baseball, reflects on his Hall of Fame chances, shares why he started Twitter (and who, from his era, would be a great follow), describes golfing in New Zealand and, naturally, gives Lou some links advice.
Episode originally aired June 30, 2017
Daniel Jacob Horine, the creative mind behind Pop Fly Pop Shop, talks to the boys about the inspiration and process behind his unique mix of the baseball world and comic books, shares his relationship with Dale Murphy, explains the mystique behind “The Mad Hungarian” Al Hrabosky, explains how baseball is the world’s longest-running soap opera and gives his thoughts on what’s currently going on in the Marvel cinematic universe.
Richard Davis, the owner of the world’s biggest Wade Boggs collection, joins the boys to talk about how a Christmas morning gift of a 1983 Donruss rookie card kicked off a lifelong obsession, shares his favorite “oddball” items from the Boggs Tavern and what do you get the guy who has everything? Turns out, The Boggsfather has a few suggestions.