Sully Baseball Daily Podcast Archives Jan.1, 2013 – Jan.31, 2013 (Lost Eps 70 – 100)
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 1216 days consecutively!
Past the CLICK TO READ THE REST OF THIS ENTRY are episodes 70 – 100 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.
Our website followers have grown larger each year for his podcast.
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Full Sully Baseball Podcast Archives Jan.1, 2013 – Jan.31, 2013.
Episode 70- Jan.01,2013
It’s a new year… and a few teams had better hope they get into the playoffs soon.
The Royals, Blue Jays and Pirates are the three teams that haven’t played in the post season since it expanded to a Wild Card.
They had best get on that.
I talked about it in the podcast.
Episode 71 – Jan.02,2013
Sully urges fans of certain teams to simply accept the stereotypes people have of their fan bases.
Episode 72 – Jan.03, 2013
mailed a letter for my dad and recorded my thoughts on the 9th inning as opposed to other innings.
Don’t most people record a podcast while taking a walk?
Episode 73 – Jan. 04, 2013
Writer Richard Perez stopped by the podcast today.
We talked about the Astros, baseball in San Antonio and we tried to figure out if they will make a stat figuring out who cares the most.
Episode 74 – Jan. 05, 2013
On today’s podcast, I try to figure out just how horrible the Colorado Rockies are going to be this season.
The conclusion? Pretty terrible.
Episode 75 – Jan. 06, 2013
On today’s podcast, I sit in bed with my wife discussing the Hall of Fame, steroids and who I would vote for. My wife revealed that she thinks Sammy Sosa’s corked bat was more objectionable than any steroid use. Listen in.
Episode 76 – Jan.07, 2013
On today’s podcast, I realize that a lot of people on Twitter don’t get sarcasm.
And some people just can’t come to grips with the fact that Jim Rice is in the Hall of Fame.
Episode 77 – Jan.08, 2013
On today’s Podcast, I hope the Red Sox come to their senses and let Mike Napoli go because of his physical.
Then I point out to my listeners that there is a gray area between mediocrity and being a Hall of Famer. There are some people I’ve been interacting with who need to learn that.
Episode 78 – Jan.09, 2013
On today’s podcast, I discuss the Hall of Fame debacle and why the boycott of votes will hurt Jack Morris most of all.
Episode 79 – Jan.10. 2013
On today’s Podcast, I talk about how the balance of my obsessions have been thrown out of whack because the Oscars have been moved up a month.
Then I break down some of the up coming Hall of Fame ballots.
Episode 80 – Jan.11 , 2013
Episode 81 – Jan.12 , 2013
On today’s podcast, I wonder why the Diamondbacks are thinking of trading away Justin Upton while devaluing him left and right.
Make peace with the guy and take in the rewards of his prime!
Episode 82 – Jan.13, 2013
Sully wonders if a Colorado Rockie will ever be elected to the Hall of Fame. Then he wonders who will get to be a savior next; Theo Epstein or Terry Francona.
Episode 83 – Jan.14, 2013
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Episode 84 – Jan.15, 2013
On today’s podcast, I wonder why Lance Armstrong couldn’t learn from Pete Rose’s mistake.
You have to confess RIGHT AWAY!
Episode 85 – Jan.16, 2013
Who is calling the shots in Washington?
GM Mike Rizzo? Or superagent Scott Boras?
In the latest podcast, I make the case that it could very well be Boras.
Episode 86 – Jan.17, 2013
Sully doesn’t just complain about how lame the WBC is. He comes up a solution of how to make it work. Listen and learn.
Episode 87 – Jan.18, 2013
Adam Wade, the wonderful storytelling comic, was the guest on The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
We talked a little Red Sox, a little New Hampshire baseball and then it somehow got to Morgana the kissing bandit.
Episode 88 – Jan.19, 2013
On today’s podcast, I finish my conversation with Adam Wade, comedian and storyteller.
At one point we discuss the 1981 Boston Red Sox year book.
Enjoy the show.
Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – January 19, 2013
Episode 89 – Jan.20, 2013
Episode 90 – Jan.21, 2013
On today’s podcast, in honor of Dr. King, I talk about integration. There was more to social injustice going on during segregation. We were denied great baseball.
Episode 91 – Jan.22, 2013
Seeing the new football stadium being built for the 49ers briefly made me nostalgic for Candlestick Park.
Then I remembered Candlestick Park sucked.
I discussed this on the podcast today.
Episode 92 – Jan.23, 2013
Episode 93 – Jan.24, 2013
We talked about the 1970s, our love for cookie cutter stadiums and nostalgia for an era that, as Dan said, “doesn’t fit in the sepia toned narrative of Ken Burns.”
He is the author of the amazing book Big Hair and Plastic Grass – A Funky Ride Through Baseball in the Swinging ’70’s.
Click HERE to buy it on Amazon.
Episode 94 – Jan.25, 2013
While waiting for my flight at Mineta San Jose Airport, I played the end of my conversation with writer Owen Good.
Episode 95 – Jan.26, 2013
Why did the Diamondbacks trade Justin Upton?
For lots of stupid reasons of course!
That is the topic for today’s podcast!
Episode 96 – Jan.27, 2013
Episode 97 – Jan.28, 2013
Episode 98 – Jan.29, 2013
Alex Rodriguez was using PEDS as a member of the New York Yankees.
Nobody is SURPRISED by this, are they?
I talk about that and others things on today’s podcast.
Episode 99 – Jan.30, 2013
Today, I had WFAN’s Jason Keidel on the podcast.
We talked about Alex Rodriguez, PED’s, the Yankees and somehow started talking about Mel Gibson.
This was his most recent article on the subject.
Episode 100 – Jan. 31, 2013
This is the 100th Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
I talk a little A-Rod, a little Giants, a little Cardinals.
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