Sully Baseball Daily Podcast Archives May.1, 2013 – May.31, 2013 (Episodes 190 – 220)
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Full Sully Baseball (Approximately 20 Minutes each) Daily Archives May.1, 2013 – May.31, 2013.
Episode 190 – May. 01,2013
I recorded The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast at the Willie Mays statue in front of AT&T Park in San Francisco. There was no Giants game. I just felt like going there.
I talked about the transition from April to May in baseball and wondered what being in first place at the end of April means.
Episode 191 – May. 02,2013
I recorded yet another The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast at AT&T Park.
It is the most beautiful ballpark in baseball where they honor many of the great players in their history. They should have a statue for Barry Bonds there.
Episode 192 – May. 03, 2013
We talked baseball, managers and surprisingly the topic turned to Chris Chambliss and his career. Listen in to the lively first part of our conversation.
Eventually, Michael and I decided we would buy the Marlins.
Episode 193 – May. 04, 2013
Episode 194 – May. 05, 2013
The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast was recorded in part today at the Home Depot. I needed to do some repairs at home, and I entered that intimidating palace of unchecked masculinity. Later I had a ladder tied to the roof of my car.
Meanwhile I discussed which teams need some repairs as well.
Episode 195 – May. 06, 2013
The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast today discusses the potential showdown at the end of May that could cost a Los Angeles team’s manager their job.
Then I wish a happy birthday to Tom Bolton, who helped pitch the Red Sox into the 1990 ALCS.
Episode 196 – May. 07, 2013
The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast looks at the botched attempts to turn a franchise around and how many utterly fail (I’m looking at YOU Dodgers, Angels and Blue Jays.
With all the failed quick fixes in baseball this year, maybe it is time to praise the success of the 1997 Florida Marlins’ get rich quick plan.
Episode 197 – May. 08, 2013
Mike Scioscia moves closer to his inevitable firing by the Angels and hiring by the Dodgers.
Plus A-Rod is the Uncle you hate to see at a family picnic.
Episode 198 – May. 09, 2013
I talk about steroids, bad instant replay, the surging Padres, the free falling Dodgers and Angels. And I am at peace with WAR.
Episode 199 – May. 10. 2013
Another day, another mindboggling umpire decision. And another topic for me to get worked up over.
Episode 200 – May. 11 , 2013
This is the 200th episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast!
Episode 201 – May. 12 , 2013
I honor baseball mothers, especially the mom who produced the three Molina brothers and also the Waner brothers.
I also wonder if there are superstitions that foil someone trying to hit for the cycle.
Episode 202 – May. 13, 2013
The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast features a special guest today. Comedian Erin Foley, as seen on Conan and all over TV, stopped by the Sully Baseball studios.
She was once a Yankee fan living in New England. I was once a Red Sox fan living in New York. We had a lot to talk about.
Erin is the co host of the podcast Sports Without Balls that is very funny and worth subscribing to.
Listen to THIS EPISODE to hear about Erin’s altercation with a Diamondbacks fan in Burbank Airport.
Episode 203 – May. 14, 2013
I talk about I missed seeing a pair of no hitters in my life. Then I also warn against Nolan Ryan potentially getting too much credit for the eventual turn around of the Houston Astros.
Episode 204 – May. 15, 2013
Comedian Erin Foley and I talk about the Aaron Boone game and the Bloody Sock game.
Episode 205 – May. 16, 2013
I talk about how the TV deals in Southern California are hanging over the heads of managers Don Mattingly and Mike Scioscia. Also baseball has essentially become content for TV and social media. The sooner baseball embraces that, the better the sport will be.
Episode 206 – May. 17, 2013
I realize that former World Series hero and current financial advisor Gene Larkin is a much more humble a man than me.
Also Bud Selig’s views on instant replay are evolving. He is almost off his knuckles.
Episode 207 – May. 18, 2013
The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast takes a look at the three worst teams in baseball right now: The Houston Astros, Miami Marlins and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Each are fascinating in their own way in terms of putting a horrible product on the field.
Also about 25% of the way into the 2013 season, the AL is wide open.
Paul Goldschmidt, Matt Harvey, Chris Sale and Jason Kipnis owned baseball on May 17, 2013.
Episode 208 – May. 19, 2013
Today is a tribute to my best friend in all things baseball, who also happens to be my dad.
It is his birthday today and I wanted to talk about our special baseball friendship.
Episode 209 – May. 20, 2013
Don Mattingly might not make it to June as Dodger manager. Sully breaks down the disappointing LA sports year while going to the airport and getting on a plane.
Episode 210 – May. 21, 2013
DON MATTINGLY IS GOING TO BE THE MANAGER OF THE METS!
Did you hear that? I hear it is true!
Actually it is a rumor I am starting on The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast today. Why not shake stuff up?
Episode 211 – May. 22, 2013
Mike Trout hit for the cycle. Did he also save Mike Scioscia’s job?
I ponder the future of the 2013 Los Angeles California Angels of Anaheim in Orange County. Will they tail off? Or will the night that Mike Trout had the best night of his career also be the turning point of a championship season?
Episode 212 – May. 23, 2013
Specifically the current San Francisco Giants remind me of the Joe Torre Yankees of the 1990’s and early 2000’s.
I make the comparison today on The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast, Remove all the negative associations with the Yankees and bear with me. The analogy makes sense.
Episode 213 – May. 24 2013
Despite a light baseball day yesterday, there is a lot to cover in this episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
World Series Rings, ugly Patriotic uniforms and the very origin of Massachusetts and New York baseball tensions are the topics.
Episode 214 – May. 25, 2013
Lots of topics on today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Instant replay opponents still have nothing. It’s the anniversary of the release of Star Wars and I try to start a new rumor regarding Don Mattingly, the Dodgers and Ron Gardenhire.
Episode 215 – May. 26, 2013
I jump right into the polarizing topics today on The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
The startling walk off inside the park homer by Angel Pagan in San Francisco does not makeup the fact that critical calls were blown and can be easily fixed.
Plus I talk Dusty Baker. Even the mentioning his name brings about extreme points of view. I defend and then trash him.
And I even make a Cyrano de Bergerac reference. It makes sense.
Episode 216 – May. 27, 2013
Episode 217 – May. 28, 2013
Sully proposes a new baseball television event: The Trade Countdown. It would be like the NFL or NBA draft, but more frantic.
Episode 218 – May. 29, 2013
Even with a son about to have an appendectomy, The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast must go on!
Episode 219 – May. 30, 2013
It is an all Missouri Sully Baseball Daily Podcast. The mess that is the Royals and the wonderfulness that are the Cardinals are broken down.
Episode 220 – May. 31, 2013
On today’s edition of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast, I talk about the narrative for the 2013 New York Yankees. Like a newspaper, there is a new one every day.
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