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Episode 1: Former New York Mets star Howard Johnson chats about some memorable career moments.
Episode 2: Former Dodger official team photographer Richard Kee chats about how he got his start in baseball.
Episode 3: Former Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Don Slaught discusses what he’s been up to following his playing career.
Episode 4: California League president Charlie Blaney chats about how he got into baseball and offers tips to students and others on how to “get into the game.”
Episode 5: Tri-City Dust Devils (Northwest League) and University of Idaho men’s basketball play-by-play broadcaster Chris King stops by to discuss calling games in Minor League Baseball.
Episode 6: Profusa CEO Ben Hwang, who once served as the L.A. Dodgers’ batboy, discusses his biotech firm and his Dodger days.
Episode 7: Former L.A. Dodger general manager Fred Claire discusses his Dodger days and his new book, written by Tim Madigan, Extra Innings: Fred Claire’s Journey to City of Hope and Finding a World Championship Team.
Episode 8: ESPN/CBS Sports basketball analyst Debbie Antonelli discusses her career on the mic, including how she prepares for a broadcast and her 4B’s. Debbie, a college basketball and WNBA analyst, also talks about her fundraiser for Special Olympics in May 2021 and how you can support! For more information about Debbie and her son Frankie’s fundraiser for Special Olympics, please visit 24hoursnbn.com.
Episode 9: Barry Turbow, National Sales Manager for the L.A. Lakers and Dodgers Television Networks, joins this episode to share what media sales is all about.
Episode 10: Former San Francisco Giants outfielder Dustan Mohr chats about Barry Bonds on the 16th anniversary of the MLB home-run king’s 700th career homer (September 17, 2004). Mohr, who played parts of seven seasons in the majors, shares some cool stories about being a teammate with Bonds.
Episode 11: Former major-league pitcher Greg A. Harris discusses his baseball life, including the 1984 World Series and the night in September 1995 when he pitched with both hands as a Montreal Expo.
Episode 12: Sports consulant Jason Takefman, also of Baseball Writers: The IBWAA Podcast, shares his thoughts on the 2020 MLB season and talks about the old Montreal Expos.
Episode 13: Hockey historian Todd Denault, author of four books and counting (at the time of the conversation) discusses his Jacques Plante book, Jacques Plante: The Man Who Changed the Face of Hockey. This is the first part of the conversation. In the second part (Episode 15), he discusses A Season in Time.
Episode 14: Former MLB infielder Darrel Chaney discusses the Darrel Chaney Invitation benefitting United Way White County (Georgia) as well as some of the highlights of his baseball career.
Episode 15: Todd Denault discusses his third book, A Season in Time: Super Mario, Killer, St. Patrick, the Great One, and the Unforgettable 1992-93 NHL Season.
Episode 16: Jason Takefman joins this episode for a unique “This Week in Baseball History” look-back at some sports memories of yesteryear.
Episode 17: Vacay.ca founder Adrian Brijbassi talks NFL football on this episode, stumping the host with his trivia question.
Episode 18: Jason Takefman of Baseball Writers: The IBWAA Podcast makes his third appearance to discuss his thoughts on candidates who belong in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Episode 19: Greg Savoie of Pucking Funny podcast joins this episode to discuss hockey in Australia and his amazing podcast.
Episode 23: Stephan Lebeau of the 1993 Montreal Canadiens, to date the last Canadian team to capture Lord Stanley’s Mug, makes an appearance on the podcast to talk Stanley Cup and his hockey career.
Last updated December 30, 2020.