Sully Baseball Daily Podcast Archives Apr.1, 2013 – Apr.30, 2013 (Episodes 160 – 189)
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Full Sully Baseball (Approximately 20 Minutes each) Daily Archives Apr.1, 2013 – Apr.30, 2013.
Episode 160 – Apr.01,2013
It is opening day!
The Red Sox are in first!
The Astros look great!
And MLB is currently owned by Bryce Harper.
Episode 161 – Apr.02,2013
How much fun is regular season baseball?
I cover the first full day of the regular season and I have created a new stat… “Which Players Owned Baseball For The Day?”
I will keep track of that all year. For now, enjoy the podcast.
Episode 162 – Apr.03, 2013
In a jammed packed episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast, I talk about listening to Yu Darvish’s attempt for a perfect game while at Ikea, the futility of Heath Bell and the dominance of the San Francisco Giants.
And I determined which hitters and pitchers owned baseball for the day.
Episode 163 – Apr. 04, 2013
Patrick Beaulieu, co host of The Triple Play Podcast on mlbreports.com, was the guest on today’s podcast.
Episode 164 – Apr. 05, 2013
The big beards and messy hair on many of the players today will be a symbol for baseball in the 2010’s. Let’s appreciate them and be nostalgic for them now!
Episode 165 – Apr. 06, 2013
Drew Smyly is an unusual choice, but he did indeed own baseball on April 5th. Sully talks about the stars of the day and why he doesn’t look at stats in a vacuum.
Episode 166 – Apr.07, 2013
Tina Baylocq, friend of Sully Baseball, called from Arlington, Texas as the Rangers and Angels game was in progress.
Episode 167 – Apr.08, 2013
Recorded at Dodger Stadium, Sully talks about the legacy of the Dodgers and how Jackie Robinson isn’t the only Dodger who inspired others.
Episode 168 – Apr.09, 2013
The Sully Seven Year Rule states that fans don’t start following a team until they turn 7. Which means there are Red Sox and Yankee fans who are older than you think who have yet to experience the joy of a title.
Episode 169 – Apr.10. 2013
The luxury tax has been a success since the 2002 collective bargaining agreement. Meanwhile baseball needs to open in warm weather cities first and why didn’t Bo Porter let Astros pitcher Erik Bedard throw one more inning
Episode 170 – Apr.11 , 2013
Wins are wins and losses are losses. But some losses must hurt more than others.
Episode 171 – Apr.12 , 2013
Brawls and beanball wars are stupid. Always have been. And while standing in a parking lot of a Trader Joe’s, Sully let’s his feelings known.
Episode 172 – Apr.13, 2013
The A’s are flying, the Angels look like a little league team and the rest of the AL is bunched together. Predict the 2013 American League at your own risk.
Episode 173 – Apr.14, 2013
Sully reviews the movie “42” and discusses why the “Pee Wee Reese arm around Jackie” scene is disturbing.
Episode 174 – Apr.15, 2013
On Jackie Robinson Day, Sully makes sure that Larry Doby gets his due. (Recorded before the bombing in Boston.)
Episode 175 – Apr.16, 2013
Is Mike Scioscia‘s job safe? Are the Angels making a stupid lineup decision? It sure looks that way.
Episode 176 – Apr.17, 2013
Baseball can sometimes be a good safe place to express some of the negative things in life. And that’s a positive thing.
Episode 177 – Apr.18, 2013
Sully records the podcast from San Jose Municipal Stadium as the Stockton Ports beat the SJ Giants, 7-2.
Episode 178 – Apr.19, 2013
Are you a billionaire who wants to do something cool with your money? Then why not buy the Marlins? The bar is really low to win over that fan base.
Episode 179 – Apr.20, 2013
The Red Sox playing are symbolic of the healing city. Now it is time for the Red Sox to do more than be a symbol!
Episode 180 – Apr.21, 2013
Episode 181 – Apr.22, 2013
The Mets are starting to do things right, from the farm system to the uniforms. And Barry Zito is pitching better than you would believe.
Episode 182 – Apr.23, 2013
I talk about the Dodgers once overflowing pitching staff which is much more thin now. Plus I defend enjoying RBIs and wins.
Episode 183 – Apr.24, 2013
I salute Didi Gregorius, who did more to help the Diamondbacks win last night than the box score would indicate.
Episode 184 – Apr.25, 2013
I salutee the long and memorable career of Mets reliever LaTroy Hawkins. He has pitched for nearly 20 years, surviving in the game and becoming teammates with some of the game’s best.
Episode 185 – Apr.26, 2013
I recorded today’s episode The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast at my gym. I talked about the Tigers bullpen, the return of Daniel Bard and some of my unorthodox behavior while exercising.
Episode 186 – Apr.27, 2013
I discuss Marlins’ manager Mike Redmond already being neutered and Mariners GM Jack Zduriencik acquiring too many caterpillars and not enough butterflies. The analogy makes sense.
Episode 187 – Apr.28, 2013
I dedicate today’s episode The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast to my brother, the amazingly talented Ted Sullivan. I talk a little bit about us growing up, the different ways we celebrated baseball and how we shared a baseball moment as recently as 2008.
Episode 188 – Apr.29, 2013
I HONESTLY make an effort to understand WAR. It will be an uphill battle.
I also salute Jason Collins and wonder when the first active baseball player will come out.
Episode 189 – Apr.30, 2013
The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast is all about the 19 inning marathon between the A’s and Angels that ended this morning.
Mike Scioscia is losing his mind, the A’s could have won it earlier and my wife is perplexed why it would go on that long.
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