No Crying In Baseball

Nationals catcher Riley Adams hangs with Patti and the Pottymouth to talk growing up in San Diego, coming up in baseball, and walking up to the right song. We say yoga, yellow jeep, and extra big size candy, and try to meet Riley's parents.

Show Notes

We can't think of a better way to transition to the postseason than with a reminder of what we love most about baseball -- the players. Washington Nationals catcher Riley Adams joins us to share his stories from getting his first glove to getting his call up. We talk about what makes a great walk-up song (Riley's use of Blink-182's "All the Small Things" made him an instant favorite with Nats fans). Riley encourages kids to keep sports fun by playing a lot of them, and gets serious about minor league pay. His MLB page still doesn't show his nickname, but we now know what it is.

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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.