Imagine a 21 year old Red Sox fan and a 21 year old Yankee fan.
They live in a different world than I did. They live in a world where Boston is the big bad sports town and New York is looking up to them.
It is brave new world episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
The Red Sox should act more like me and my mom… find ways to AVOID tension. Do this by retiring Boggs and Pedro’s number.
How does that connect with the Batman enemy, Man-Bat?
It makes sense of this episode The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Manny Ramirez returned to Fenway Park and it was a beautiful thing. There was too much happiness from 2004 to let bad feelings linger.
Plus the Royals are falling apart, the Astros and Marlins are suddenly good and the Giants nearly threw one of the ugliest no hitters ever.
It is a packed episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Felix Hernandez, Josh Donaldson, Bartolo Colon, Paul Goldschmidt, Nelson Cruz, Nate McClouth, Anibal Sanchez and Clayton Kershaw all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball
It is a Grab Bag episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Little Leagues are getting screwed by MLB…
Alfonso Soriano should play first base…
Barry Bonds should admit SOMETHING…
And Mike Timlin holds a special place in my heart. Read the rest of this entry
With no ball game yesterday nor today, I talk Red Sox fandom with fellow transplanted New Englander Maura A. Smith.
We discussed why 2013 is already one of our favorite teams, thoughts on the Fox announcers, remembered when being a Red Sox fan wasn’t cool, watching 2004 while living in New York and putting Jimmies on our Ice Cream.
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With no games being played yesterday nor today, what can should I do for today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast?
Honor Derek Lowe and watch Xanadu, of course!
No games were played yesterday, so nobody owned baseball.
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Today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast begins in Italian.
Because the wonderful Italian MLB Podcast Nel Nome del Gioco, gave me a nice notice and I am saying Grazie to the hosts Marco Barbanera and Pietro Striano.
As for San Francisco Giants fans… you are forbidden to watch today’s game. The team has been too cruel to you.
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On today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast, I discuss Curt Schilling’s sock on the auction block.
I asked my wife questions about why anyone would spend money on an old dirty sock. Eventually we talked about cloning. I’m not kidding.
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