No Crying In Baseball

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Summary

In the calm between the regular season and the start of the postseason, we review, regroup, revile, and rejoice.

Show Notes


In the calm between the regular season and the start of the postseason, we review, regroup, revile, and rejoice.  Yadier Molina gives us the last bench-clearing conversation of the season. Our baseball boyfriends past and present clean up with the batting titles. Tim Anderson, Anthony Rendon, Mookie “Pookie” Betts, and future BF Pete Alonzo do us proud.  Patti reveals that catcher Tony Wolters has been her secret Rockies BF since July, and played an end of season spoiler. Pottymouth’s Rangers BF Ronald Guzman was bullied into a ridiculous dropped foul to fuel Mike Minor’s wish for a personal milestone.  We do not approve.  Groin injuries keep Ronald Acuna Jr and Nick Castellanos from reaching their own landmark numbers. We keep tabs on the most never going to be a BF of all, Felipe Vazquez, because this story cannot be dropped. Six managers so far are moving on, and Bochy and Maddon have a little fun on their way out. In cross-training, Pottymouth urges DMV locals to support this weekend’s girls baseball tournament, and Patti suggests the WNBA finals for everyone else.  Congrats to “the Leftovers,” winner of NCiB’s Fantasy Baseball Boyfriend League.

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What is No Crying In Baseball?

When Patti and her potty-mouthed friend talk baseball, you'll know this is not a baseball podcast for lightweights. This is the real deal, from real fans. Because diamonds are a strong woman's best friend, and there's no crying in baseball.