Sully Baseball Daily Podcast Archives Jan 1, 2014 – Jan 31, 2014 (Episodes 435 – 465)
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Full Sully Baseball (Approximately 20 Minutes each) Daily Archives Jan 1, 2014 – Jan 31, 2014)
Episode 435 – Jan 01, 2014
It is the first episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast for 2014.
I suggest New Year’s Resolutions for all 30 teams.
Episode 436 – Jan 02, 2014
Today on The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast, I talk about the greatest moment of every baseball year: The moment a team wins it all and stands alone as the kings of baseball.
My fascination with the ending of the baseball year and how it is celebrated is something I can discuss for hours. Today I do so for a little more than 20 minutes.
Episode 437 – Jan 03, 2014
My dear friend Ritch Duncan (who you can follow on Twitter HERE) pointed out that every New York sports team kind of stinks now.
Whichever New York sports team rebuilds and puts together a fun, young, hungry elite team will capture the heart of the city for a new generation of sports fans.
That team will help end the deep freeze of New York sports.
Episode 438 – Jan 04, 2014
Today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast looks at the Orioles.
What should they do? Why is signing Quintin Berry a good sign? And why they should be the lab for my bullpen experiment.
They’ve already listened to me about the smiling bird hat.
Episode 439 – Jan 05, 2014
It is THE SUNDAY REQUEST on The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
That isn’t necessarily good news for Jack Morris.
Episode 440 – Jan 06, 2014
Today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast is a salute to Jerry Coleman.
The man did so many things with his life as a baseball player, a soldier and an announcer and reached the pinnacle in all of them.
His was a life worth celebrating.
Episode 441 – Jan 07, 2014
I will do a lot of things to get more listeners to The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast. I will even say some things that could be considered inflammatory.
But one thing I will NOT do is be deliberately dishonest simply to get attention.
His public reason is nonsensical and the only real reason is a childish “Look at Me” grab for attention.
It may have worked, but I won’t do it myself.
To read my 2010 warning to Hall of Fame voters, click HERE.
Episode 442 – Jan 08, 2014
It is the Hall of Fame election episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
The Morris debate is over but the need for a unanimous entry remains.
Episode 443 – Jan 09, 2014
So much negativity regarding yesterday’s ballot.
THIS IS SUPPOSED TO BE A HAPPY OCCASION!
Today on the Sully Baseball Daily Podcast, I continue to talk about the Hall of Fame, blame the writers for the back log and wonder what exactly Dan LeBatard did that was so wrong.
Episode 444 – Jan 10. 2014
Author, comedian and my good friend Ritch Duncan joined me on today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
We discussed what he would do differently to elect players in the Hall of Fame and other topics including exploding birds and throwing potatoes.
You can buy Ritch’s book “The Werewolf’s Guide to Life” on Amazon by clicking HERE.
Follow Ritch on Twitter by clicking HERE.
Episode 445 – Jan 11, 2014
Alex Rodriguez has been suspended for the 2014 season.
Kind of big news, eh?
Today on The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast, I do my best to make sense of the whole mess and wonder why the CBA doesn’t apply to A-Rod.
Episode 446 – Jan 12, 2014
It is the SUNDAY REQUEST on The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
@sullybaseball Not sure if you’ve done this before: Greatest team (single season or organization) never to win a World Series.
— Tony (@tony_f70) January 11, 2014
Lots of great teams missed out on winning it all, but few as perplexing as the Blue Jays of the late 1980’s.
Episode 447 – Jan 13, 2014
Today on The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast, I give thanks to Jose Canseco.
No really, I do.
If he didn’t write that book and expose the steroid era, we could have a bigger Hall of Fame fiasco than we do now.
Sick of the talk about not voting in juicers?
Imagine the cry to kick them out after they were voted in!
Episode 448 – Jan 14, 2014
Today on The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast, I examine an intriguing “What If?” scenario.
50 years ago, the Kansas City A’s almost became the Louisville Athletics (or Kentucky Colonels.)
If the A’s developed in their new home with the same players who blossomed in the 1970’s, how would baseball have been different?
Episode 449 – Jan 15, 2014
Today on The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast… more A-Rod.
Am I supposed to IGNORE Alex Rodriguez? No, but maybe I need to stop intellectually defending him.
Also a comparing and contrasting A-Rod and LeBron.
Episode 450 – Jan 16, 2014
The Oscar nominations came out and another obsession of mine is touched upon during The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
This year’s Oscar race could be wide open, much like the 2014 American League.
Episode 451 – Jan 17, 2014
Big league baseball is going to be expanding use of instant replay.
It will take no reviewing from me to see that this is a terrific things for baseball. Will it fix EVERYTHING all at once?
Of course not. But it is progress.
Here is the video that my wife and I made a few years ago on the subject.
Episode 452 – Jan 18, 2014
Rewatching Game 4 of the 1989 World Series made me realize how influential Tony La Russa was.
Whether it was the bullpen, the steroid era or waiver wire deals, La Russa’s paths can be felt to this very day.
Episode 453 – Jan 19, 2014
It is time for THE SUNDAY REQUEST on The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
@sullybaseball The money is fine but would you give 7 years to a pitcher?
— Bob Buscaglia (@BobBuscaglia) January 16, 2014
Usually I would NEVER give a seven year contract to a pitcher, but Clayton Kershaw is not your usual pitcher.
I think the contract is justified. Listen in to find out why.
Episode 454 – Jan 20, 2014
On Dr. King’s day, I discuss segregation in baseball and why that was worse than any PED scandal.
Plus a Sully Baseball Daily Podcast salute to Oscar Charleston.
If you hear that name and ask “Who?”, then that is truly the tragedy of a segregated game.
My post “A Dream Team for Dr. King” can be read HERE.
Episode 455 – Jan 21, 2014
Today on The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast, I discuss bias and impartiality.
@sullybaseball no thanks. Plenty of other stuff to do with my day than to listen to some biased nobodies talk shit about the angels.
Being called biased kind of hurt. I will never be impartial, but my impartiality will be tempered by a lack of bias.
Does that make sense? I hope so.
Episode 456 – Jan 22, 2014
They are naming the new award for baseball leadership after Bud Selig?
Why not also name the relief pitcher award for Armando Benitez?
Am I on Earth?
I try to figure that out on today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 457 – Jan 23, 2014
Blogger, writer and podcaster Bernadette Pasley, is my guest on today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
She is the host of the Yankee based blog and podcast Lady at the Bat.
We talked about the Tanaka signing and all other things Yankees.
Follow her work on Double G Sports by clicking HERE.
Follow Bernadette on Twitter by clicking HERE.
Episode 458 – Jan 24, 2014
Greg Maddux… people will remember you as a Brave… not a Cub.
Maybe that’s why I picked a picture of you pitching as a Dodger for the website.
Writers… a unanimous Hall of Fame vote is NOT a vote for best player of all time.
Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – January 24, 2014
Episode 459 – Jan 25, 2014
Today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast is a bit of a grab bag.
And I quote haiku master Masaoka Shiki… like you do.
Episode 460 – Jan 26, 2014
It is The Sunday Request on The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
@sullybaseball Is it ok to root for a team to fail?
— Dave Keener (@DaveKeeners) January 24, 2014
It may seem counter productive and sacrilegious, but sometimes wanting your club to fall on its face isn’t such a bad thing. But the circumstances have to be right.
Episode 461 – Jan 27, 2014
This poster of the Pittsburgh Crawfords’ great team made me think about how far we have come in the integration of baseball. And yet there are still some barriers that need to be broken.
We’ve seen today’s answer to Oscar Charleston and Josh Gibson make the majors.What about today’s Jackie Mitchell?
Episode 462 – Jan 28, 2014
On today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast I pay tribute to Bill White on his birthday.
A great player, broadcaster and executive, Mr. White is living about as complete a baseball life as anyone could hope for
Episode 463 – Jan 29, 2014
David Ortiz wants an extension with the Boston Red Sox?
Episode 464 – Jan 30, 2014
Where should Joey Votto bat? Is he a #3 hitter? Is he a #2 hitter?
Episode 465 – Jan 31, 2014
In 2019, Michael Young will be eligible for the Hall of Fame.
He will have detractors and supporters as his candidacy falls somewhere in “on the bubble” territory.
The debate will be endless, like the Jack Morris back and forth. But that will be a welcome distraction from the never ending Steroid controversy in Cooperstown.
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