Triple Play Podcast Ep #16: Sully (AKA Sully Baseball) Joins Us To Dissect The ALL – Star Game Format
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Monday, July.15, 2013
Guest in this Podcast -Paul Francis Sullivan “Please Call Him Sully”: Follow @sullybaseball
We had a big show planned for almost an hour worth of content, instead we did our best Paul Sullivan impersonation (and not very well), as he is the 20 minute master when it comes to a podcast.
We would like to thank Sully very much for trying to hang in with us. We had about a 14 minute chat with him. There are still some great points that he made about the ALL – Star Game and the format for which it used to decipher home field advantage in the World Series, and it is definitely worth a listen.
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Posted on July 15, 2013, in MLB Podcast Network and tagged 2003 ALL - Star Game, 2013 ALL-Star Game Citi Field, @bigticketshow on twitter, ALL - Star History, boston red sox, bud selig, chris leitch, grant balfour, jose bautista, josh donaldson, Kosuke Fukudome, michael pineda, miguel batista, nelson cruz, new York, patrick beaulieu, Paul Francis Sullivan, steve Delabar, Sully Baseball, toronto blue jays. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.