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Monthly Archives: February 2018

Sully Baseball Podcast – Talking Orioles with Justin McGuire – February 27, 2018

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Justin McGuire, writer and host of the Baseball By the Book and Locked on Orioles Podcast, joins the show to discuss the Orioles chances in 2018.

Talking birds on this episode of Sully Baseball.

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While we are at it, enjoy the In Memoriam video.

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Sully Baseball Podcast – Let’s get even the fake games started – February 23, 2018

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I know Spring Training games don’t count in the standings. But 2018 has been so stressful that even the fake games will offer us a much needed respite.

Wanting to help friends set up a party on this episode of Sully Baseball.

While we are at it, enjoy the In Memoriam video.

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Sully Baseball Podcast – Pace of Play, Human Contact and Black Panther – February 22, 2018

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Baseball is wringing their hands over pace of play. Instead they should realize that they have already built into their fan base what makes films like Black Panther so successful… a chance to share in communal joy.

Sharing the Human Experience on this episode of Sully Baseball.

While we are at it, enjoy the In Memoriam video.

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Sully Baseball Podcast – Eric Hosmer Contract and other Signing Thoughts – February 21, 2018

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The Padres signed Eric Hosmer to a contract that is too long and won’t make a difference. At least they aren’t colluding.

Plus I look at the Rays dismantling, the Red Sox signing of JD Martinez and Commissioner Manfred’s to do list.
Hey! We are talking about signings on this episode of Sully Baseball.

While we are at it, enjoy the In Memoriam video.

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Sully Baseball Podcast – At the Angels original home, being positive about the Red Sox – February 15, 2018

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I visited Gilbert Lindsay Park, the site of Los Angeles Wrigley Field, the original home of the Angels. While there, I expressed my enthusiasm about the Red Sox, a team whose fan base seems to be indifferent about.

Let’s be positive on this episode of Sully Baseball.

While we are at it, enjoy the In Memoriam video.

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The Best Teams In The MLB From 1980 – 2017: The Biggest Question Is, Who Owns 2015 – 2017 Mark? Early Favorite Lends 2 Cubs With 3 Straight LCS Appearances, 1 World Series

A revised list considering the last few World Series winners..

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With 3 straight LCS appearances and 1 World Series – the Cubs can lay claim to the best team from 2015 – 2017. If Houston were to win the 2018 World Series, they could be turned back to the 2015 – 2016 stretch, however Chicago can advance the years if they are able to go farther than the Stros this campaign

By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner):

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There is only so much one can read in an article, otherwise I would make these lists up from the turn of the 20th century. 

As I became older and discovered ways to research the history of the game, my knowledge and curious mind grew for more information. 

I have studied and read baseball stat books and breezed through the odd Bill James novel.

If I ever take a break from writing or baseball park chasing…

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MLB Master Doubleheader Schedule For 2018

AT &T Park in San Francisco and O.co Coliseum in Oakland are part of this year’s first doubleheader opportunity available by ground in 2018. The Bay Area usually holds 3 – 4 doubleheader chances a year to attend full games in both parks.

Each year we write the full doubleheader master schedule to see all games you can in one year (within reasonable driving or ground distance to cover, if not see all of both games). 

This season is no different, although this amount of contests is rapidly dwindling each campaign with staggered start times for a lot of clubs (in particular in April and on Saturdays), coupled with the time per game increasing, it makes it tougher than ever to watch 2 full games at venues.

We will add much more to this list as the year goes on, and definitely one thing to watch for is the ESPN Sunday Night Games TBD’s as the summer progresses. 

Like Ernie Banks once said “Let’s Play 2.”

Tues Apr 3

SF 12:45/OAK 7:05

Wed Apr 4

LAA 1:07/SD 7:10

Sun Apr 8

PHI 1:35/WSH 8:08

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Sully Baseball Podcast – Making Brownies, talking pace of play and not fixing what isn’t broken – February 7, 2018

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I baked brownies and talked about what needs to be done with free agency, pace of play and making baseball players funny.

Plus I looked at some wisdome from @EwokinLA

Making and baking the good stuff on this episode of Sully Baseball.

While we are at it, enjoy the In Memoriam video.

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Sully Baseball Podcast – Solving the Free Agent Situation at Whittier College – February 6, 2018

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While visiting Whittier College, alma mater of Richard Nixon, I took a look at the free agent signing drought. I came up with a solution that included fixing the Mets ownership crisis as well.

I am not a crook in this episode of Sully Baseball.

While we are at it, enjoy the In Memoriam video.

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Sully Baseball Podcast – Interesting Times in Philadelphia – February 5, 2018

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The Eagles won the Super Bowl. That is good news for Philadelphia fans but even better news for the Phillies. With a little pressure taken off of them, they can rebuild in 2018 and be big time spenders when an historic free agent class becomes available next winter.

Feeling some brotherly love in this episode of Sully Baseball.

While we are at it, enjoy the In Memoriam video.

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The Sully Baseball – Resting Pitch Face Podcast Crossover – February 2, 2018

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Today’s podcast, I crossed over with Kay, Laura and Syd, the hosts of the hilarious Washington Nationals podcast Resting Pitch Face.

We talked about the pain of Washington fans, expectations of 2018 and their love for Tyler Clippard.

Feeling the Nationals love on Sully Baseball.

Follow Resting Pitch Face on Twitter at @restinpitchface

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While we are at it, enjoy the In Memoriam video.

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