Sully Baseball Daily Podcast Archives Dec.1, 2012 – Dec.31, 2012 (Lost Eps 39 – 69)
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 1215 days consecutively!
Past the CLICK TO READ THE REST OF THIS ENTRY are episodes 39 – 69 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 105 episodes.
But we will also archive all of his podcasts to date (in coming weeks) – so they are easily accessible for all his fans.
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Sully Baseball 20 Minute Daily Podcast – Full archives Dec.1, 2012 – Dec.31, 2012.
Episode 39 – Dec.01/2012
On today’s podcast, I throw the stat “WAR” in the garbage until proven otherwise and talk about the non tendered pitchers, like San Francisco’s Brian Wilson.
Episode 40 – Dec.02,2012
On today’s podcast, I lament the fact that I am currently older than Willie Stargell was in the 1979 World Series.
Then I state my belief that Jeff Bagwell was a juicer.
I said it.
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Episode 41 – Dec.03, 2012
In today’s podcast I questioned the Red Sox signing of Mike Napoli and wondered what the Yankees would look like in a year or so.
Episode 42 – Dec. 04, 2012
I recorded today’s podcast while stuck in bumper to bumper traffic on the 110.
Ahhhh today’s technology kicks ass.
I discussed the WBC and the Nationals benching Stephen Strasburg.
I showed flexibility and objectivity on one of those topics.
Can you guess which one?
Episode 43 – Dec. 05, 2012
While stuck in traffic, I recorded today’s podcast.
I give my opinion of the Red Sox signing Shane Victorino to a multiyear deal.
It isn’t pretty.
Episode 44 – Dec. 06, 2012
In the latest Podcast, I wonder if the Angels are better off letting Zack Grienke walk.
Is it Greinke or Grienke?
Episode 45 – Dec.07, 2012
On today’s Podcast, I beg Zack Greinke and Josh Hamilton to sign somewhere.
Then I make my first pitch for a new baseball TV special involving trades.
It makes sense.
Episode 46 – Dec.08, 2012
On today’s podcast, I look for a quiet place to record and then wonder when the Diamondbacks are going to make a big deal. I also openly question the Red Sox sanity for offering two years to Ryan Dempster. And while I was at it, I questioned the Phillies for trying to trade for Michael Young.
Episode 47 – Dec.09, 2012
In the latest podcast, I make the case that East Coast Bias is over.
Baseball should be focusing on the West Coast and California.
Episode 48 – Dec.10. 2012
Sully talks about the Rays and Royals trade (Wil Myers and Prospect for James Shields and Wade Davis) and understands why Kansas City made the deal.
Episode 49 – Dec.11 , 2012
Lisa Swan, co creator of Subway Squawkers, was the guest on today’s Podcast.
She is a die hard Yankee fan who is a little more than angry that the Yankees acquired Kevin Youkilis.
Episode 50 – Dec.12 , 2012
In today’s podcast, I take a look at what the Diamondbacks got out of the three team deal. I know the price was high, but keeping the Justin Upton in his prime years might be worth a pitching prospect.
Episode 51 – Dec.13, 2012
On today’s podcast, I urge the Royals to sign Kyle Lohse. If they are going to go for veteran pitching, why do it half assed?
Episode 52 – Dec.14, 2012
I played the podcast in its entirety but not before urging my listeners to not only think of the victims but do something to prevent future victims.
Episode 53 – Dec.15, 2012
On today’s podcast, I discuss the strange and remarkable career of Edwin Jackson and wonder if the Mets are about to get hosed in a trade for R. A. Dickey.
Episode 54 – Dec.16, 2012
On today’s podcast, I enjoy the fact that in baseball we can have venom filled arguments about things that do not have the consequences of this week’s horrible events.
And I get right back into the venom by laughing at the Yankees’ interest in Vernon Wells and predict they will win no more than 85 games in 2013.
Episode 55 – Dec.17, 2012
Taryn Cooper of Gal For All Seasons is my guest on the Sully Baseball Daily Podcast today.
We discussed R. A. Dickey and other fun things (or not so fun things) regarding the Mets.
Episode 56 – Dec.18, 2012
Why am I going to root for the Seahawks in the NFL playoffs?
Because of the Mariners, of course!
Hear my logic on the latest podcast.
Episode 57 – Dec.19, 2012
Today I compare the idea of looking at the Home Run Leaders for all time with looking at the biggest box office movie hits.
It makes sense to me.
Episode 58 – Dec.20, 2012
On today’s podcast, I ask the question. With all the changes and moves the Angels made this off season, are they better?
It is not as clear cut as you think.
Episode 59 – Dec.21, 2012
The world is not ending, and that’s a good thing.
That means there is time to listen to the Sully Baseball Daily podcast and hear some of my Hall of Fame thoughts.
Episode 60 – Dec.22, 2012
Why are the Red Sox trading away young players for a closer in his 30s?
Because they won’t listen to me! That’s why.
But you can listen to the latest edition of the Sully Baseball Daily podcast!
Episode 61 – Dec.23, 2012
I dug up my Digital Diamond toy and discussed Monster Baseball in the latest podcast.
Trust me, it makes sense.
Episode 62 – Dec.24 2012
Lisa Swan of Subway Squawkers and I discuss the sad state of the Red Sox and Yankees.
For the rest of baseball, the two crumbling teams are quite a Christmas gift!
Episode 63 – Dec.25, 2012
On today’s Podcast, I celebrate another man born on December 25th… Rickey Henderson.
Episode 64 – Dec.26, 2012
On today’s podcast, I pay tribute to the old Baseball Encyclopedia, the reason I became a baseball history nut.
Episode 65 – Dec.27, 2012
I continued going through my closet and I dug out one of my favorite books as a kid.
The Ballpark by William Jaspersohn is a fascinating behind the scenes look at what happens at a ball game. Specifically, the book chronicles a day game at Fenway Park in 1978.
It was pretty cool then and an interesting time capsule now, and the topic of today’s podcast.
Episode 66 – Dec.28, 2012
Do you remember Double-Play Baseball, a Lakeside Sports Dice Game?
Probably not. But I do, and it is actually a better game than I remembered.
Sounds like a podcast subject to me!
Episode 67 – Dec.29, 2012
On today’s podcast, I answered some listener e mails and tried to figure out why Red Sox fans didn’t like Wade Boggs.
Episode 68 – Dec.30, 2012
Today on the podcast, I remember Floyd Youmans and I make an observation about Ryan Theriot’s career that could surprise you.
Ryan Theriot has a chance to be the most unique World Series champion in baseball history.
Listen to find out why.
Episode 69 – Dec. 31, 2012
In the last podcast of 2012, I urge my listeners to not make a New Year’s resolution and I use the Washington Nationals as an example why not.
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