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The Infinite Inning is not only about baseball but a state of mind. Steven Goldman, rotating cohosts Jesse Spector, Cliff Corcoran, and David Roth, and occasional guests discuss the game’s present, past, and future with forays outside the foul lines to the culture at large. Expect stats, anecdotes, digressions, explorations of writing and fandom, and more Casey Stengel quotations than you thought possible. Along the way, they’ll try to solve the puzzle that is the Infinite Inning: How do you ...
 
The Sports Grill is the on-air home for sports enthusiasts on WHRW 90.5 FM Binghamton, NY. It is a fast-paced talk show dedicated to talking about New York sports. Host Steven Grill will provide news and analysis surrounding all the teams, with a focus on the NHL, MLB and NFL. Special guests always join the program to provide different insights on current sports topics.
 
SABRcast with Rob Neyer is your weekly source for insights and analysis of what's happening in modern baseball on and off the field. Every Monday, longtime baseball writer Rob Neyer and the team at the Society for American Baseball Research bring you compelling interviews with figures from around the game — and music from The Baseball Project.
 
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Mark Simon of Sports Info Solutions returns to discuss the Bill James Handbook 2022, plus tales: The media fails the players when the owners push them into striking 50 years ago. TABLE OF CONTENTS The Media on Baseball Strike ‘72*Folly at the Half-Century Mark*Players vs. Owners vs. Themselves ‘72*Mark Simon: A Hazy Shade of Baseball*Why is Carlos …
 
“The reason that you should accept our client as having rights is because we're showing what an extraordinary being she is. These beings have mirror self-recognition, they know that they are elephants. In fact, we listed 42 different, highly complex cognitive abilities that elephants have. If you didn't know it was an elephant, you’d think [I was] …
 
On this week's episode of SABRcast Rob Neyer is joined by baseball analytics writer for the Athletic Eno Sarris. The pair discuss his childhood love of the Braves, how he began his career writing about analytics and his latest projects. Then Rob is joined by SABR CEO Scott Bush to discuss the new Sunday Night Baseball booth and strides taken for wo…
 
For this episode, Omar decides to interview Steven T. Seagle and reveal what it really means to Get Naked. Steve breaks down his process on how to make a comic book and what challenges arise dealing with 19 different artists for turning his graphic essays into a trade paperback. Steve breaks down his process how Get Naked came to be from teaching o…
 
“Vegan 1.0 Didn't get us where we needed to go. It didn't turn enough of the country on, it didn't turn enough young people on, didn't make it into… the mainstream in the way they wanted it to. …it was kind of pushed to the edge and marginalized and it was weird, the food was good, but not great and not accessible or kid-friendly. … I didn't think …
 
On this week's episode of SABRcast Rob Neyer is joined by writer and editor Jeff Neuman. The pair discuss Jeff's history in publishing, including his early days editing the Baseball Encyclopedia and his experiences working with some of the most well known authors and baseball figures. Then Rob is joined by SABR CEO Scott Bush to discuss another rea…
 
Our annual holiday historical fiction sees straitlaced Yankees manager taking on the greatest challene of this career: Romance. Plus a brief true tale in which Mama Gehrig is found to be a citizen just like any other American. TABLE OF CONTENTS Mama Gehrig Goes to Court*Intermission: The Pinch-Hitter is Banned (Happy, Healthy New Year)*Story: “Joe …
 
“Historically some of the leading airlines in the world were responsible for transporting these monkeys. So, you had national flag carrier airlines, such as such as British Airways, American Airlines - all of these big airlines were involved in transporting these monkeys in the hundreds and thousands every year on commercial passenger airlines. And…
 
He's baaaaack. In more ways that one. Sina Grace is returning to Marvel's Iceman where he breaks down how to work with artists while respecting their process. Sina breaks down how he came to work on Power Rangers and what it's like to work for franchises he's adored since childhood.By Omar Spahi
 
Ian Coss of "Forever is a Long Time" talks marriage, divorce, and facing your doubts by looking at the past. Plus tales: Managers are hired/quickly fired and a catcher's career ends too soon. TABLE OF CONTENTS Buck Showalter, Billy Herman, and the Fallacy of Managers*The DeLancey Story*Ian Coss: A Thoughtful Show*Ignorance is a Kind of Shield*It Co…
 
“It’s really about bringing the skills and the tools and the techniques that we've already developed and addressing other forms of transnational or international crimes - and applying them to this area that had long been forgotten.” – Olivia Swaat-Goldman Olivia Swaak-Goldman is the executive director of the Wildlife Justice Commission, an organiza…
 
On this week's episode of SABRcast Rob Neyer is joined by the man behind MLW Wiffle Ball Kyle Schultz. The pair discuss how the league started as a back yard lark and has grown into a widely viewed phenomenon. Then Rob is joined by SABR CEO Scott Bush to discuss winners from the weekend. This will be the final show of the year for SABRcast, set to …
 
What does it take to work your way up in the comics industry? Easy, be chill AF. Sina talks his journey into comics and how he ended up writing the first Iceman solo series after coming out as gay for Marvel. He also talks about what it takes to create comics for Image. Whether it's writing or drawing, Sina finds a way to get stuff done.…
 
Craig Calcaterra returns to baseball’s lockout, teenage drunkenness, and division of labor in marriage. Plus tales: Ralph Houk’s prophecy/Jim Bouton’s waltz and Babe Ruth sacrifices his socks for the greater good. TABLE OF CONTENTS Fate, Ralph Houk, and Bobby Murcer*Babe Ruth in the Snow*Craig Calcaterra: Dessert Wine*Raymond Chandler’s Evenings*19…
 
DoubleLine’s Jeffrey Sherman and Sam Lau welcome Jared Dillian, editor of The Daily Dirtnap market newsletter, investment strategist at Mauldin Economics, podcaster (Be Smart) and DJ (DJ Stochastic), for Mr. Dillian’s take on today’s markets and his thoughts on ... Read MoreBy DoubleLine
 
“I think we we've prioritized certain things in education and in culture, but we're really deprioritizing curiosity. The joy of going into a research hole and just digging… I still do that every day.” – Sonalie Figueiras Sonalie Figueiras is the founder and chief of Green Queen, the award-winning media impact platform advocating for social and envi…
 
Lambert Dolphin received an AB degree with high honors in physics and distinction in mathematics from San Diego State University in June 1954. After two years of graduate study in Physics and Electrical Engineering at Stanford University, (1954-1956), he joined the staff of SRI International (formerly Stanford Research Institute), in Menlo Park, Ca…
 
On this week's episode of SABRcast Rob Neyer is joined by author Richard Lally. The pair discuss Richard's collaborations with MLB legends like Bill Lee and Joe Morgan and how he ended up with a memorable line on the big screen. Then Rob is joined by SABR CEO Scott Bush to discuss another big move impacting the minor leagues. For show notes, extra …
 
A solo episode with an owner-player conflict that anticipates the tenor of the current lockout (with some amazing stats) and the question of which Harry Frazee show really killed the Red Sox is taken on (A: None, or maybe all of them)! Plus excuses for being tardy. TABLE OF CONTENTS The New Babe Ruth Holds Out*Please Excuse My Son’s Absence From Cl…
 
“… a lot of the platform technologies do not make sense from a food perspective, and there's just never been a reason to do things a different way. So, for example, cell culture is very expensive and very resource intensive because the medical field doesn't really need those things to be done in a very cost-effective manner - because people, have a…
 
On this week's episode of SABRcast Rob Neyer is joined by former MLB player and current broadcaster Eduardo Perez. The pair discuss what Eduardo learned while growing up around the Big Red Machine, the work required to forge his own big league legacy, and his journey in the game since his playing days. Then Rob is joined by SABR CEO Scott Bush to d…
 
Dr. Ed Yardeni, economist and President of Yardeni Research, discusses his new book “In Praise of Profits,” the pivot by Jerome Powell from healing unemployment to fighting inflation, his near-term outlooks on economic growth and inflation (28:52), his bullish case ... Read MoreBy DoubleLine
 
“When you talk to the vegan community, you know, it's people who know exactly why they should or shouldn't purchase something. But being able to reach people through design… like why couldn't someone test veganism through fashion before they started with their diet? That's kind of my story.” - Casey Dworkin Casey Dworkin is the founder and designer…
 
Dr. David E. Fischer graduated from Stanford University with a BA degree in philosophy and went on to graduate studies at Fuller Theological Seminary and Princeton Seminary. Dr. Fischer founded Living Word Bible College in Southern California in 1971. He wrote curricula for 15 courses, including many chapter by chapter Bible book studies, and was a…
 
On this week's episode of SABRcast Rob Neyer is joined by writer and researcher Mark Simon, who now works for Sports Info Solutions. The pair discuss the latest Bill James Handbook, Mark's time working on ESPN's Baseball Tonight, and how his love of Peanuts intersected with his career. Then Rob is joined by SABR CEO Scott Bush to discuss two seem f…
 
“So, you really want the kids to drink the cow's milk because that's the liquid that's available to them if they're thirsty. And we were also told that yeah, you really should be having the kids open up their cow’s milk. I went down through all the tables and said, “open up your milk, open up your milk.” Or, I was told, we just won't get our fundin…
 
Cliff Corcoran talks hot stove baseball and ice cream in plastic batting helmets. Plus tales: The thief who just had to go to the Dodgers-Giants game and current Hall of Fame candidate/long-neglected pitcher Cannonball Dick Redding and his times. TABLE OF CONTENTS Killer at the Polo Grounds*Cannonball Dick Redding’s America*Cliff Corcoran: The Brow…
 
On this week's episode of SABRcast Rob Neyer is joined by professional umpire Perry Barber. The pair discuss Perry's life and pursuits before becoming an umpire, places her career has taken her, and the future of women in the game. Then Rob is joined by SABR CEO Scott Bush to discuss labor agreements and pickle juice. For show notes, extra content,…
 
Sarah Kunst, Managing Director at Cleo Capital, an early-stage venture capital fund, joins the Sherman Show to discuss among other topics her career, her approach to researching prospective start-up companies for investment, the tech-driven compression of business life cycles ... Read MoreBy DoubleLine
 
“Within a month of our investigation’s release, we had some amazing news. The French government passed legislation to ban fur farms in France. In 2017, it was an issue which was not really on the public agenda, but within four years we have stopped an industry in France. Hundreds of thousands of animals don't have to be killed each year, don’t have…
 
On this week's episode of SABRcast Rob Neyer is joined by author, researcher, essayist and podcaster Steven Goldman. The pair discuss Steven's career arc, his contributions past and present to Baseball Prospectus and his profile of Casey Stengel. Then Rob is joined by SABR CEO Scott Bush to discuss weekend winners with additions in Detroit and Ariz…
 
Lincoln Michel talks his science-fiction/noir/baseball novel THE BODY SCOUT. Plus tales: An umpire does something unforgivable to a great pitcher and the players vs. teams in the Hall of Fame. TABLE OF CONTENTS Dolf Luque, Bill Klem, and the Very Bad Word*Buster Posey and the Hall of Fame*Lincoln Michael: An Idea on Every Page*Context and Electric …
 
“I think every time we release a story, there's this sense of like almost like legal danger, the legal implications that can come from releasing stories. We've had times wherea story has been released and we haven't slept that night because we're scared of what the repercussions are going to be.” - Amy Jones, Moving Animals Amy Jones and Paul Heale…
 
Robbie Goldman is the Emotional and Spiritual Formation Director at Dry Bones Denver. He is married to Karen they have 3 grown children and 4 grandchildren. Robbie has served in full time ministry for 28 years. For more information on Robbie and Dry Bones Denver, go to www.drybonesdenver.org.By The Catch with John Fischer
 
On this week's episode of SABRcast Rob Neyer is joined by former MLB catcher Chris Stewart. Rob and Chris discuss his career in the game including his relationship with Buster Posey, some of his most interesting battery-mates, and the unique role of a back up catcher. Then Rob is joined by SABR CEO Scott Bush to discuss winners from the first weeke…
 
DoubleLine’s Jeffrey Sherman and Sam Lau welcome Bitwise Chief Investment Officer Matt Hougan for a deep dive into crypto investing. Messrs. Sherman, Lau and Hougan discuss why indexing is good in the crypto world (6:28), why crypto deserves a ... Read MoreBy DoubleLine
 
Jane Velez Mitchell the founder of Jane Unchained, a media platform for vegan and animal rights news. Her decades long career as a broadcast journalist has focused on bringing animal rights issues to the forefront. For six years she hosted her own show on CNN Headline News, where she ran a weekly segment on animal issues. Previously, Velez-Mitchell…
 
On this week's episode of SABRcast Rob Neyer is joined by SABR President Mark Armour. Along with reacting to the latest news surrounding the first five games of the World Series, Mark gives Rob a sneak preview of his next book and the two discuss the passing of Jerry Remy. Then Rob is joined by SABR CEO Scott Bush to discuss winners from the weeken…
 
Gabrielle Starr (Fansided) discusses the Red Sox fall out of the playoffs, the hazards of being a female in sports online, and rails against analytics. Plus tales: Charlie Morton isn’t the first pitcher throw with a broken leg and the tomahawk chop is once again placed in its sad and objectionable context. TABLE OF CONTENTS Bobo Newsom and Charlie …
 
“We didn't want to start a Chimp sanctuary. I mean, it's the most extreme really… they're the most, at least in my mind, they're just so socially complex and their needs are so complex and they don't really go back to the wild - ever. And they live, to 50 or 60 years old and they have very complicated social groups. It's a lot. It's a lifetime… So,…
 
Doug Stevens is a pastor who has served churches in California, Arizona, Kansas and Texas, and a mentor who comes alongside congregations and non-profits across the country to encourage, challenge and strengthen leaders. He is a catalyst for experiential learning, relational healing and intercultural engagement. Doug is a graduate of Cal Berkeley a…
 
On this week's episode of SABRcast Rob Neyer is joined by veteran broadcaster Tim Hagerty. Along with being the voice of the Triple-A El Paso Chihuahuas, Rob talks to Tim about his extensive writing for SABR, including his role in finding death details of ballplayers lost to history. Then Rob is joined by SABR CEO Scott Bush to discuss winners from…
 
Species Unite will be back with a brand new season next Thursday the 28th. Until then, we are re-sharing one of our favorite episodes, a conversation with Josh Balk. “The time to begin phasing out the intensive confinement systems in which we raise billions of animals is now. We need to accelerate society’s direction of reducing demand for meat fro…
 
Hall of Fame senior curator Tom Shieber, co-author of Picturing America’s Pastime, talks about great images of the game as art and as documentary. Plus tales: Bobby Grich feels provoked and responds in kind, the Phillies achieve “a truly elite system” with mixed results. TABLE OF CONTENTS The Bobby Grich Method of Anger Management*When the Phillies…
 
Literate songs, friendly humor, precise fingerstyle guitar, warm vocals and a healthy dash of genuine hopefulness: these are the tools Bob Bennett brings to work with him every time he performs. A dozen critically acclaimed albums, thousands of concert appearances from living rooms up to large arenas (even a two-year stint on-air in talk radio), Bo…
 
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