Sully Baseball Daily Podcast Archives Sept 1, 2016 – Sept 30, 2016 (Episodes 1409 – 1438)
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Full Sully Baseball (Approximately 20 Minutes each) Daily Archives Sep 1, 2016 – Sep 30, 2016)
Episode 1409 – Sep 01, 2016
Which pennant winners (or Champs) were on the inside looking out on September 1.
It is a “Down the home stretch” episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1410 – Sep 02, 2016
Labor Day weekend is upon us. A few sweeps this weekend could put the baseball world on its head.
Meanwhile the Giants are somehow as bad the second half as they were good the first half.
Nothing is what it seems on episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1411 – Sep 03, 2016
Why didn’t that happen?
It would have been great for both sides!
It is a “Pull the Trigger Already!” episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1412 – Sep 04, 2016
It is Sunday and time for The Sunday Request.
@sullybaseball-What do you think about D Drysdale, B Gibson, & those famous older headhunters if you think throwing at a player is wimpy?
— william darner (@billdarner) August 11, 2016
I am not a fan of head hunting and I don’t give legends a pass.
It is a “Brush Back” episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
See the updated listing of WOB on MLB Reports
Episode 1413 – Sep 05, 2016
Santiago Casilla is NOT an automatic closer.
STOP TREATING HIM LIKE HE IS ONE! This not a small sample size anymore!
I don’t take Labor Day off for this episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1414 – Sep 06, 2016
There will probably be some managerial changes to be made. Perhaps teams can take a lesson from the producers of Spider Man 2 and The Force Awakens and hire seasoned veterans who have one more great chapter on their career.
The present is wonderful in this episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast
Episode 1415 – Sep 07, 2016
I’ve been a Red Sox fan my whole life. My Sox fandom can be matched with everyone.
But today I asked 2 key questions:
WHY am I still a Red Sox fan?
And what would ever make me a fan of another team.
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Episode 1416 – Sep 08, 2016
Is Clayton Kershaw the greatest Dodger of all time?
Will he be? That title is more attainable than I realized.
Bleed Dodger Blue on this episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1417 – Sep 09, 2016
The Padres gave David Ortiz a surfboard… man could they be any lazier in giving gifts?
Plus I talk Instant Replay and pennant races on this episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1418 – Sep 10. 2016
While grocery shopping late at night, I realized that there is a real chance that the Red Sox could face the Yankees in the post season.
And friends, I am NOT ready for that.
It is a Bubba Burger episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1419 – Sep 11, 2016
It is Sunday and time for the Sunday Request.
Hey, @sullybaseball I’d love to hear your thoughts on “the shift”… I will listen for your answer off air.
— Jimmy Pardo (@jimmypardo) September 3, 2016
The shift… it is a way to win baseball games. It speeds up the game. What’s not to love?
Several people have asked me, but this was asked by podcasting star and friend of the podcast, Jimmy Pardo.
I am playing the percentages this episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1420 – Sep 12, 2016
Tim Tebow is a Met?
Well… not quite. But kind of. I have no problem with the Mets giving him a shot. How could anyone have an issue with it?
It is a showmanship episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1421 – Sep 13, 2016
The difference between winning and losing for the Giants recently has just been chance. But why not slightly improve their chances by batting the red hot Hunter Pence higher in the order for a few weeks?
Plus some no hitter thoughts on this episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1422 – Sep 14, 2016
I had an exchange on Twitter with a listener that did not go well.
— Allen (@AllenSpeir) September 13, 2016
Instead of fighting, I stood in his shoes and realized the two teams I am rooting for, the Red Sox and the Giants, are the two contenders with the least amount of urgency in baseball.
So @AllenSpeir … please accept my olive branch. I seek peace, not fighting.
It is an attempt to mend fences episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1423 – Sep 15, 2016
Episode 1424 – Sep 16, 2016
The Red Sox won a wild game against the Yankees and the best and worst of my personality rose to the top.
It was a rivalry episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1425 – Sep 17, 2016
The Cubs have clinched the Division. After being swept out of the playoffs last year, they have the NL’s best record and with their star former Tampa Bay manager leading the way, this seems like this is THE YEAR! Am I talking about 2016 or 2008?
It is an “I think I’ve seen this before!” episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1426 – Sep 18, 2016
It is time for The Sunday Request.
@sullybaseball Is it the Fox game in LA? I’m in Idaho and I’m blocked out since it’s the one on here.
— Cuck Fapitalism (@Crpls) September 17, 2016
Once again, I am fed up with baseball who will not adapt to the 21st century.
Meanwhile, the NFL showed us how it is done.
It is a social media episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1427 – Sep 19, 2016
With the playoffs approaching, Washington pitcher Gio Gonzalez might wind up playing a big part in how October unfolds.
It is an unsung hero episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1428 – Sep 20, 2016
You know the adage that even the best players in baseball fail 70% of the time? That isn’t always true.
Joey Votto and Mike Trout succeed almost 50% of the time. So why aren’t they batting lead off?
Episode 1429 – Sep 21, 2016
11 games to go and 3 teams have identical records in the Wild Card Game. Who will win it?
It is an 11 game sample size for a trip to October.
Episode 1430 – Sep 22, 2016
Will the Ender Inciarte catch be one of the moments that haunts the Mets? Will it be totally forgotten in 2 weeks?
All narratives, good and bad, are written in retrospect.
It is a hindsight episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1431 – Sep 23, 2016
No, the World Baseball Classic will NEVER be the World Cup of baseball. But it could be the gateway to make the game better than ever.
It is a Global Interest episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1432 – Sep 24, 2016
Injuries to the Cleveland pitching staff will probably derail their pennant hopes because pitching wins titles.
Or does it?
It is a question what you know episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1433 – Sep 25, 2016
It is Sunday and time for The Sunday Request.
Let me tell you, dear friends, our pal @sullybaseball is like our Vin Scully of baseball podcasts. He’s amazing, always got a story to tell
— Planeta Béisbol (@PlanetaBeisbol) September 23, 2016
That’s some intense praise for your pal Sully.
As we are praise Vin Scully at the end of his career, I wonder if I am allowed to praise anyone else.
Episode 1434 – Sep 26, 2016
It was an emotional day. Jose Fernandez had his life cut short and a booming legacy unfulfilled.
Meanwhile Vin Scully had an ending to his broadcasting career that would have seemed so improbable if it didn’t actually happen.
It is an overly emotional episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1435 – Sep 27, 2016
I watched the premiere of the new Fox baseball show Pitch.
There are good things about the show, some concerns but mainly with the prospect of a baseball TV show in the first place.
It is a Prime Time episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1436 – Sep 28, 2016
It may not be Sunday, but I decided to answer a Tweet anyway.
@sullybaseball Whatdya think about “hangover lineups” day after clinching a playoff spot when you’re facing a team that’s still in the race?
— John Ingle (@OffKilterComps) September 28, 2016
If a team clinches a division early they don’t owe another team a damn thing. Play hangover lineups as much as you want.
It is a “Look out for number one” episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Justin Verlander, Miguel Cabrera, Matt Moore, Hunter Renfroe, Joey Votto and Eduardo Escobar all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball yesterday.
See the updated listing of WOB on MLB Reports
Episode 1437 – Sep 29, 2016
The Red Sox clinched the AL East in the strangest way possible. But go celebrate Sox. It isn’t for one game. It was for 162 games.
It is a “JUST GET IN” episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Episode 1438 – Sep 30, 2016
The season is winding down to a few days with some odd details looming. Meanwhile Yankee fans clearly have lowered their expectations of what a successful season is.
Plus thoughts on David Ortiz’s tribute at Yankee Stadium.
It is a “Winding Down the Season” episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
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