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Baseball’s biggest news, trends, trades and highlights, all broken down from an analytical angle. Each week, MLB.com’s Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello are joined by guests from around the league to keep you up-to-date on the Majors’ most important topics using the same data as cutting-edge MLB front offices.
 
San Francisco-based comedian Alexis Gay interviews influential folks from tech, media, business and beyond about everything except their resumes. Who are the people building, funding, and running the tech companies shaping our daily lives? And like, has [INFLUENTIAL PERSON] ever kept a plant alive? Is [VERY IMPRESSIVE FOUNDER] actually afraid of the dark? What was [STALWART OF VC TWITTER] known for in high school? Tune into Non-Technical with Alexis Gay to find out.
 
From his beachside studios in Miami, Dan Le Batard talks one-on-one with a mix of interesting personalities from sports, music, comedy and beyond. Published weekly, South Beach Sessions is the flagship podcast in the LeBatard and Friends Podcast Network. Dan is past his prime as an interviewer, and less curious than he has ever been, but he will bully the guests into carrying him.
 
SiriusXM and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum will present an exclusive new podcast series, Black Diamonds. Hosted by museum president and historian Bob Kendrick, the podcast will showcase the history of the Negro Leagues, highlighting the players, people and events that shaped them, as well as spotlighting the leagues’ achievements and innovations during a time of segregation and inequality. Listeners will hear the stories of baseball legends like Jackie Robinson, Oscar Charleston, Josh Gi ...
 
A biweekly conversation with Yankees Magazine editors Alfred Santasiere III, Nathan Maciborski and Jon Schwartz about the articles they're working on, what's happening around the Stadium and so much more. Featuring exclusive interviews, guest appearances and deep dives into the players and stories that Yankees fans crave.
 
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One of the best writers in the world joins us. And also Mike Schur. The Poscast is now part of the Le Batard and Friends Network Joe Posnanski's The Baseball 100 about the greatest baseball players ever is available here. Mike Schur's How To Be Perfect: The Correct Answer To Every Moral Question is available here. Learn more about your ad choices. …
 
Merry Christmas as we present the gift of episode 115 which features Joe Posnanski, author of The Baseball 100 and award-winning pitmaster and restaurateur, Chris Schafer. Joe Posnanski is a #1 New York Times bestselling author of six books. He has written for The Athletic, Sports Illustrated, NBC Sports and The Kansas City Star and currently write…
 
This week, Alexis gets non-technical with Kara Swisher, journalist, podcaster, and opinion writer for The New York Times. They talk about shrimp scampi & caviar (obviously), floral decay, ‘Arcadia,’ shoulder pads, and why getting a tattoo is—or should be—like ordering a sandwich. You can find Kara on Twitter at twitter.com/karaswisher and Alexis at…
 
The annual opening of the international signing period has been nicknamed "Jesse Sanchez Day" because of the attention, care, insight and depth of coverage MLB.com baseball writer Jesse Sanchez has brought to that market and the talents it introduces to baseball and baseball fans. In a brand new Best Podcast in Baseball, recorded a few days after t…
 
Episode 118 features two amazing guests, Sunny Moody, winner of the World Steak Championship at the World Food Championship and Elizabeth Muratore, editorial producer for MLB.com. Sunny Moody is a competitor. Whether it is winning the World Steak Championship at the World Food Championship or transforming her body after a dreaded medical diagnosis …
 
Listen now (36 min) | Been trying to get this podcasting this worked out now that the PosCast is with the goons over at Meadowlark media. Last week, this bonus JoeBlog podcast somehow got mixed up with the PosCast, it was mayhem, hopefully we got things worked out. This week, the magnificent Molly Knight — Get full access to JoeBlogs at joeposnansk…
 
On this episode, Dan talks to former UCF and FSU quarterback McKenzie Milton about his time quarterbacking UCF to 25 consecutive wins, his gruesome injury that nearly made him lose his leg, and Milton offers a strong rebuttal to Kirk Herbstreit's comments about players sitting out bowl games. You can support McKenzie Milton by buying a ticket to th…
 
This week, Alexis gets non-technical with Jenny 8. Lee, CEO of Plympton, Sundance fellow, seed investor, and emoji activist. They talk texting-before-calling (!), “boring” diaries, Eeyore vs. Tigger (vs. Piglet), famous bus passengers, and SHIFT + OPTION + HYPHEN, baby!!!!!! You can find Jenny on Twitter at twitter.com/jenny8lee and Alexis at twitt…
 
Episode #117 features two incredibly entertaining, returning guests, Bobby Valentine and Emily Detwiler. Bobby Valentine or as most people call him, Bobby V is one of the most loved, well known, respected, colorful, and celebrated ambassadors of the game. His life has been an incredible journey filled with wonderful stories which he shares in aston…
 
The Best Podcast in Baseball begins its 10th year with a brand new and extended episode and a discussion about baseball's past and the Cardinals' future. St. Louis Post-Dispatch baseball writer Derrick Goold faces questions from Kevin Wheeler (KMOX/1120 AM) about the 2022 National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot and the players he voted for this year.…
 
This week, Alexis gets non-technical with Howard Lindzon, General Partner at Social Leverage and Co-Founder of StockTwits. They talk about friendly British ghosts, the case of the missing “puffy pants,” shorting $TSLA (heh), and the only two words you need to sustain a 26-year marriage. You can find Howard on Twitter at twitter.com/howardlindzon an…
 
Listen now (44 min) | As a little bonus, the great Molly Knight — and if you haven’t signed up for her Substack The Long Game yet, well, frankly, I’m not sure what you’re waiting for — and I will do the occasional podcasts, talk about whatever is going on in baseball. In this episode of Molly and Joe, we talk some Hall of Fame … and we talk a bit a…
 
There is no better way to ring in the New Year than with a very special 116th episode of Baseball and BBQ. Jeff Cohen and Leonard Aberman are going it alone this episode. Without guests they get to talk about what the New Year will hopefully bring to the podcast as well as bringing back two popular segments. In the first segment called, Lesser Know…
 
When baseball emerges from its long, cold, inactive winter, and players take the field again in spring, what should the game look like? Start with more improvisation of talent, less calculation of risks. That was the answer given by Kevin Wheeler, broadcaster at KMOX/1120 AM. He tackled the on-field product first, saving the off-field economics for…
 
Ahead of the Netflix release of his new movie Don't Look Up on Christmas Eve, filmmaker Adam McKay talks to Dan about the very personal nature of making this movie, his incredible work in entertainment, the perils of aggregation, and his relationship with Dan and the show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
This week, Alexis gets non-technical with Logan Ury, author of How to Not Die Alone and Director of Relationship Science at Hinge. They talk about the teachings of RuPaul, whether skeletons are real, leggings privilege, one minute of Jingle Bell Rock, and which picture she accidentally sent to her favorite childhood author. You can find Logan on Tw…
 
Should St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist Ben Frederickson be able to decorate a window at his house with a "major award"? He turns this question -- which definitely has legs -- over to the listeners of the Best Podcast in Baseball. And that's just the beginning. As BPIB nears its 10th year in the podcast game, Frederickson joins St. Louis Po…
 
Celebrate our 4 year anniversary as we are joined by Howard Johnson and Doug Scheiding with great baseball and excellent barbecue talk and Leonard and Jeff reminiscence about the last year. Howard Johnson aka HoJo as millions of baseball fans affectionately call him is back and helping us celebrate our anniversary. We have a great time discussing b…
 
This week, Alexis gets non-technical with Jon Youshaei, a creator, contributing writer at Forbes and Time magazine, and creator-in-residence at Origin. They talk about unlimited free parking, socially-cognizant calendar invites, Bed, Bath & Morality, and why we’d all be lucky to visit his mom. You can find Jon on Twitter at twitter.com/EveryVowel a…
 
The newest season of Slate's Slow Burn podcast is hosted by Joel Anderson on the LA Riots in the aftermath of the Rodney King video. Dan convenes a panel of Joel, Howard Bryant of Meadowlark Media, and Carl Douglas to discuss what the time of the LA Riots was like and the lessons from it that apply to the modern criminal justice environment. Learn …
 
Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello of MLB.com banter about a wild Zack Wheat home run injury, the time from baseball’s Golden Age when stolen bases were rarer than they are today and bring in former MLB GM Jim Duquette to talk about the Mets managerial job and how managers get interviewed. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adch…
 
Todd Radom is the artist whose work you know and whose name you should. You probably have one of his designs on a t-shirt or a hat, on a sticker or a pennant or a flag or bobblehead or beer stein. You might even have it as a tattoo. As I type this, I can see at least a half dozen items in my offense -- from patches to baseballs -- that have one of …
 
Keith is joined by Nik Sharma, author of the ‘The Flavor Equation’ to discuss his approach to cooking, the book’s unique structure, one ingredient that Nik would like to see more people work with, and his path to the culinary world from molecular biology. Follow Keith on Twitter @keithlaw Follow Nik on Twitter @abrowntable Learn more about your ad …
 
Episode #113 features Ted Giannoulas, AKA World Famous Sports Mascot, The San Diego Chicken and Randall Thompson, President and Founder of Dugout Mugs, and BBQ Gift Ideas Ted Giannoulas dressed in his first chicken costume in 1974 when he was a 20-year-old college journalism major and from those humble beginnings he became one of the world's most f…
 
Fans want baseball's caretakes to take care of the game they love, argues The Sporting News baseball writer Ryan Fagan, a stack of baseball cards nearby and a work stoppage all around. With Major League Baseball's lockout entering its second weekend, two baseball writers meet at a local St. Louis comic book shop to open some baseball cards and talk…
 
MLB.com’s Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello discuss the six new Hall of Famers selected by a pair of Era Committees, highlight an incredible Jim Kaat fact, briefly wonder who will manage the Mets, and welcome on Joe Posnanski to talk about his relationship with Buck O’Neil, his reaction when O’Neil was elected to the Hall, and his “Baseball 100” book.…
 
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