‘Sully Baseball’s Podcast Archives (April 2017)
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Sully did a (roughly 20 minute daily) podcast 365 days a year – everyday from Oct 24/2012 – to April 2, 2017 (1622 Days In A Row, and now will still host a couple of longer podcasts per week.)
Below in the next line are the most recent shows. will play in reverse from newest to oldest if you hit play and sit back.
We will be updating these archives as soon as we post them. (Play Button will work on all days of each month’s podcast, so it is a great way to listen to all podcasts from one article.)
Episode 1621 – Apr 01, 2017
In the latest installment of The Teams That Should Have Won, I look at a franchise that has had a lot of near misses.
The Mets have lost some heart breakers and some big time stars came and went without a ring.
But the team I picked for the Mets could have built on past success and possibly could have avoided the pitfalls that would emerge in the ensuing years.
It is the second to last DAILY episode of Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
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Episode 1622 – Apr 01, 2017 (End Of Streak of Every Day With a Show from Oct 24, 2012 – Apr 2, 2017)
After 1,622 straight days of doing a daily podcast, never missing a day, the streak is ending today.
The format will change from daily to weekly. But before I make the change, I wanted to acknowledge the strange 4 1/2 year journey that comprised the single most fun I have ever had doing a creative project.
Thanks for these past 1,622 days of joining you and let’s look forward to what the future may bring.
One thing ends as a season begins on the final episode of Sully Baseball DAILY Podcast.
Episode 1623 – Thu Apr 6, 2017
Did you miss me?
How could you? I was only gone 3 days! In the first edition of the new weekly version of the podcast, I reminded us how important the early games of the season can be.
Plus in the Teams That Should Have Won segment, I honor the 2011 Phillies, who should have made history. Instead they fell in a heap.
It may not be daily anymore, but it still feels good to float down the River Sully in this episode of Sully Baseball.
Episode 1624 – Thu Apr 13, 2017
What we consider to be good and bad used to be objective in baseball. But was it ever really?
Plus I remember the 2006 in the Teams that Should Have Won series.
Less objectivity and more subjectivity on this episode of Sully Baseball.
Episode 1625 – Thu Apr 20, 2017
One of my most devoted listeners asked me a question.
@sullybaseball thoughts on the new braves stadium?
— Christopher a austin (@Christopheraau2) April 17, 2017
The Braves new stadium seems nice but kind of what they already had. Meanwhile I discuss the Angels team that should have won.
Traveling down the state of California on this episode of Sully Baseball.
Episode 1626 – Thu Apr 27, 2017
About Sully Baseball
Baseball fanatic Paul Francis Sullivan talks baseball from his unique point of view. Please call him Sully.
He has performed stand up comedy all across the United States and appeared on the TV show “Monk“. He is currently a producer for Wild Eyes Productions in Los Angeles. Sully has previously produced such shows as “Axe Men“, “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” and “The Bonnie Hunt Show“.
He received an Emmy nomination for his work on San Francisco public television. An award-winning filmmaker, he directed the feature film “I’ll Believe You” as well as many short films including “Sergi” as featured on PBS’ “Independent Lens“.
He has been a contributing baseball writer for USA Today, Baseball Digest, The Hardball Times, Time Out New York and Bleacher Report.
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