Sports & More

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Summary

If we can't watch live baseball we can read about the past right? This week author Jason Turbow joined me to discuss 3 of his baseball books as well as what might or might not happen this MLB season. I'm Dodgers fan and just finished listening to the audiobook of They Bled Blue, so it dominated the conversation, but we also discussed Dynastic, Bombastic, Fantastic, his book about the Oakland A's and The Baseball Codes about the unwritten rules in baseball.

Show Notes

If we can't watch live baseball we can read about the past right? This week author Jason Turbow joined me to discuss 3 of his baseball books as well as what might or might not happen this MLB season. I'm Dodgers fan and just finished listening to the audiobook of They Bled Blue, so it dominated the conversation, but we also discussed Dynastic, Bombastic, Fantastic, his book about the Oakland A's and The Baseball Codes about the unwritten rules in baseball. The conversation is filled with so many interesting stories. Our Ultimate Franchise Fantasy Sports Top 3 is about your most despised teams as a kid. The UFFS poll question is about the length of this MLB season. As a baseball bonus, there are two $40 GCs up for grabs courtesy of Ross Flats, where you can get some cool old school Edmonton sports gear. 

Here are some highlights from the interview with Jason

Current state of MLB 14:54
Tommy Lasorda 24:30
Fernando-Mania 38:00
The Infield 44:13
Dusty Baker 44:00
World Series Co-MVPs 47:56
Blue Monday 49:15
Dynastic, Bombastic, Fantastic 57:45
The Baseball Codes 1:03:12
Pandemic Baseball Book Club 1:05:20

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What is Sports & More?

We're heavy on sports chatter but will definitely be branching out into movies, music, pop culture and almost anything else. There will be close to zero talk on religion or politics, but pretty much anything goes.