Sully Baseball Daily Podcast Archives Oct. 24, 2012 – Nov.30, 2012 (Lost Eps 1 – 38)
Paul Francis Sullivan (please call him Sully) does a podcast 365 days a year – unless it is a leap year – then he will do another 1. He has done a show everyday since Oct.24/2012. This to date represents a streak of 1214 days consecutively!
Past the CLICK TO READ THE REST OF THIS ENTRY are Sully’s 1st 38 episodes of the Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Sully starting posting his daily podcasts at the mlbreports.com on Feb.6, 2013. So we will add the dates between Oct.24, 2012 and Feb.6, 2013 in case you missed any of his awesome 1st 103 episodes.
But we will also archive all of his podcasts to date (in coming weeks) so they are easily accessible for all his fans.
Our website followers have grown larger each year for his podcast.
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Full archives Oct.24, 2012 – Nov.30, 2012.
Episode 1 – Oct.24/2012
Today is the very first Sully Baseball Daily podcast.
I discuss the LCS, preview the World Series and figure out why Fox should be excited by the Tigers and Giants match up.
Enjoy the Daily Podcast!
Episode 2 – Oct.25/2012
Episode 3 – Oct.26,2012
In my latest Daily podcast, I review Game 2 of the 2012 World Series and my son makes an interesting suggestion of how a pitcher can deceive a hitter.
Episode 4 – Oct. 27, 2012
Enjoy the latest Sully Baseball Daily podcast.
Today I preview Game 3 of the World Series, compare Pablo Sandoval to Eric Davis and get mad at a blog writer who was lazy.
Episode 5 – Oct. 28, 2012
Today on the Sully Baseball Daily podcast, I realize that the Tigers offense was as bad as a team not trying to win and wonder if I need to make a chart breaking down which teams I should root for if the Red Sox and Giants aren’t playing.
Episode 6 – Oct. 29, 2012
In today’s Sully Baseball Daily podcast, I talk about watching the last game of the World Series while on the phone with my dad, why I am happy for Barry Zito and a warning for teams that spend too much during the off season.
Episode 7 – Oct. 30, 2012
Today on the Sully Baseball Daily podcast, I talk about the best comeback teams in post season history, World Series MVPs who defect and I explain the Taco Bell giveaway to my wife.
Episode 8 – Oct. 31, 2012
In the latest Sully Baseball Daily podcast, I talk about Mike Trout not winning the Gold Glove. Then I threw the script away and went on a rant about how stupid MLB would be starting the season in Australia.
Brace yourself for some unscripted Sully.
Episode 9 – Nov.01, 2012
In the latest Sully Baseball Daily podcast, my wife calls me a hypocrite and I find a solution of what to do with the World Series in the event of another hurricane.
Also I pay tribute to the late Pascual Perez.
Episode 10 – Nov.02, 2012
In the latest Sully Baseball Daily podcast, I sit on a bench in LAX waiting for security to open.
How do I pass my time?
By recording a podcast about the Red Sox and their future, of course!
Episode 11 – Nov.03. 2012
Recorded from a cabin in a small West Virginia town, the Sully Baseball Daily podcast lives up to its name. It doesn’t matter where I am, I will be talk baseball. And if this doesn’t prove it, I don’t know what will.
Episode 12 – Nov.04, 2012
Today’s Sully Baseball Daily podcast was recorded on a porch in West Virginia.
I talked about Astros uniforms, Chris Chambliss managing and me firing my first gun.
Episode 13 – Nov.05, 2012
On today’s podcast, I complain about not being able to use my iPhone and I also warn all MLB general managers against signing any free agent this off season to a long term deal.
Episode 14 – Nov.06, 2012
It’s election day, and I am doing the Sully Baseball podcast in West Virginia again.
I talk about voting, moving baseball back to Montreal and other topics while trains and leaf blowers go on around me.
Episode 15 – Nov.07, 2012
In today’s Sully Baseball Daily podcast, I talk about how reveling in other people’s misery is part of being a baseball fan, for better or for worse.
Episode 16 – Nov.08, 2012
In the latest Sully Baseball Daily podcast, I talk about robo-spam on my comment page and warn GMs against signing B. J. Upton.
Episode 17 – Nov.09, 2012
Actor P. J. Marino stopped by my house the other day and our conversation became the Sully Baseball Daily podcast.
We talked baseball, his moving away from Boston before it became a hotbed of movie making and why people told him as a little leaguer that he wasn’t as good as his dad.
Episode 18 – Nov.10, 2012
Episode 19 – Nov.11, 2012
In today’s Sully Baseball Daily podcast, I describe why I will never be a big NFL fan because of how I spend my Sundays. Then I question the sanity of the Colorado Rockies for hiring Walt Weiss to be their new manager.
Episode 20 – Nov.12, 2012
In today’s podcast, I talk about the Rookie of the Year award. And I compare Mike Trout’s award with The Coen Brothers winning the screenwriting Oscar for Fargo.
Trust me. It makes sense.
Episode 21 – Nov.13, 2012
In today’s podcast, I talk about manager of the year and the idea of East Coast Bias. Then I take a look at the insane trade brewing between the Marlins and Blue Jays.
Episode 22 – Nov.14, 2012
In today’s podcast I play the second part of my conversation with actor P.J. Marino. We discuss the fate of the 2013 Red Sox. It isn’t pretty.
Episode 23 – Nov.15, 2012
In today’s Podcast, author Jeff Polman is my guest.
We talk about the Marlins and Blue Jays’ trade while he is nearly eaten by dogs.
Episode 24 – Nov.16, 2012
In today’s Podcast I talk about the AL MVP, why I was fine with either one winning and why I hate WAR. But I offer a sensible alternative to WAR.
Episode 25 – Nov.17, 2012
In today’s podcast, I talk about Melky Cabrera signing with the Blue Jays and I urge the Tampa Bay Rays to move to San Antonio.
Episode 26 – Nov.18, 2012
In today’s podcast, I talk about the Marlins and why I hope the Red Sox trade for Giancarlo Stanton.
Episode 27 – Nov.19, 2012
On today’s podcast, I avoid being distracted by my wife and son and I explain why I have such an affection for the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Episode 28 – Nov.20, 2012
I recorded today’s podcast while watching my kids play in the front yard.
I talk about the Robert Andino being traded and the Blue Jays hiring John Gibbons. And at one point my son Matteo wondered if the Cleveland Indians were named after Native Americans or people from India.
Episode 29 – Nov.21, 2012
In today’s Podcast, I break down the World Baseball Classic… which sucks.
I have a few suggestions of how to fix it and I explain why the World Series is the true championship of the world.
Episode 30 – Nov.22, 2012
On today’s podcast, I think of the things I am thankful for in baseball, my family and in the world of Sully Baseball.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Episode 31 – Nov.23, 2012
In today’s Podcast, my wife and I break down some horrible uniforms, like the Astros and White Sox unis above.
Which ones remind her of Logan’s Run and which ones remind her of The Six Million Dollar Man?
Episode 32 – Nov.24, 2012
Sully reviews why he hates the concept of a point spread. And then he compares Daisuke Matsuzaka with the movie Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.
Episode 33 – Nov.25, 2012
Late in my hotel room in West Virginia, I record the latest podcast.
And in my half awake state, I make the connection between A. J. Burnett, B. J. Upton and C. J. Wilson.
Episode 34 – Nov.26, 2012
Sully wakes up early to talk about the Dodgers regional cable money and whether or not a big payroll means big success.
Episode 35- Nov.27, 2012
On today’s podcast I pay tribute to the late Marvin Miller and dismiss the idea that free agency killed competitive balance.
Episode 36 – Nov.28, 2012
Phil Miller, my colleague on the TV project I am working on, and I sat on the ground next to a plant and a plug in Chuck Yeager Airport at Charleston, West Virginia and recorded today’s podcast.
It is hard to beat today’s technology!
Episode 37 – Nov.29, 2012
Sully grumbles about people talking about creating a “Beginning, Middle and End.” Also he declares the Braves as the loser of the B. J. Upton sweepstakes.
Episode 38 – Nov.30, 2012
My computer crashed and I lost today’s podcast.
Don’t despair. I recorded it again. And along they way I discussed the Evan Longoria and David Wright contract extension.
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