Jun 4, 2006
Baseball Dictionary- Year Without a World Series,
Tour- Charolette Knights
The podcast is great. Thanks for doing it there aren\'t enough like this.......
Fabulous podcast. I too find the personal player histories fascinating ( vs minor league team hx)
Please remind us who the leader is in a particular category from time to time.You may mention that a given player is third on the all-time list but I need to be reminded of who\'s in the 1 & 2 spot.Keep up the great work.
I did not see your comment until today. I will try to add the information about who is #1, etc. I was keeping it out to keep the length of the show down. Some listeners like the minor league stuff so for now I will be keeping it in. Thanks for the nice comments.
I always have been a keen fan of baseball, wonderful game !
Howdy Bob... I don\'t see an email address anywhere on the site. Just to reply to your question in the podcast... don\'t worry about length at all. I\'m a brand new listener to the podcast this week only. I\'ve listened to just four episodes so far (Nolan Ryan, Tony C, Stan Musial, and Casey). I thought the Ryan one was a great length... but Tony C kept me wanting more. Musial too. Stengel was a good length as well.
Honestly, I\'m more into the player histories than the other segments. Mostly, because it\'s an idea that I had wanted to do. I was thinking of doing an \"audio baseball card\", but your podcast fits the bill quite well. Instead, I\'ve been blogging about baseball with my brother over at http://darowski.com/rulev.
The podcast is great. Thanks for doing it! There aren\'t enough like this. The last thing I need is yet another podcast about how many homers Albert Pujols may hit. Give me Connie Mack and DIzzy Dean.
Believe it or not, I\'m 28. :)
Thanks! Great job!
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