Alex Kielar | March 30th, 2020
In another “This Day In Baseball History” episode, Nick Jehamy and I once again looked back in history to talk about big events that happened. In this one, we joked about how Bartolo Colon is literally the same person as Charlie Brown (find out why), a couple trades, a ballpark opening, an ambidextrous pitcher, and more that you will find out when you listen to the episode. Continue reading
Alex Kielar | March 28th, 2020
As we continue the “This Day In Baseball History” series, myself and Nick Jehamy again looked back in time. Baseball has the advantage of having a very historic past, so we have a lot to look back on as we do this series.
Alex Kielar | March 27th, 2020
We continue our series looking back in time on each day in baseball history. Without new baseball, we will look back in history until the season finally does start. I had Nick Jehamy on again for this episode, as we talked about when the Los Angeles Dodgers were sold to Magic Johnson and all the way back when and how the Chicago Cubs got their name.
Alex Kielar | March 26th, 2020
Sigh, today would have been Opening Day and yet we don’t have baseball. To help make up for that, we have our first episode in the “This Day in Baseball History” series where we will look back on the biggest moments throughout the years on each day. Continue reading
Alex Kielar | June 6th, 2019
Every week we will take a look at the history of one team. You will get some background, iconic players and moments, and postseason results. For this week, let’s take a look at the Miami “Formally Known as Florida” Marlins who have a short but fairly historic history. Continue reading
Alex Kielar | April 24th, 2019
Every Tuesday we will take a look at the history of one team. You will get some background, iconic players and moments, and postseason results. This week, let’s take a look at the Cincinnati Reds, who have had a very long history. Continue reading
John Lepore | April 18th, 2019
Every Thursday we will take a look back on the life and career of a player. You will get some background, an iconic moment, and plenty of stats. This week we look at a Pittsburgh legend. Willie Stargell