For their landmark 25th show this week, Nate and Solly welcome Taryn Cooper, host of the "A Gal For All Seasons" podcast. Want to hear a female talk circles around the guys with regards to baseball? Well, you'll get your wish.
In this episode Solly and Nate recap some of the more intriguing matchups from this week. Just kidding. No they don't. There were no intriguing matchups this week. They also discuss the retirement of this generation’s Mr. Cub, and the glut of high profile players being demoted to AAA. And keep an ear out for the two big announcements concerning the show.
In this episode Solly and Nate add another victim to the dreaded “Wait ‘Til Next Year Curse”. They discuss players and managers who really need to just shut up, talk baseball movies, and they talk about what’s wrong with these kids today!
In this episode, Solly and Nate, debate the “unwritten rules” of baseball in regards to Cole Hamels’ five game suspension. They also talk about the monster night had by Texas Rangers’ Josh Hamilton and what it might mean for his contract extension and/or free agency. And the topic of PED’s comes up again, as Giants’ reliever Guillermo Mota is suspended for 100 games.
In this episode, Solly and Nate talk about the perils of recording their show while the games are still being played. They also further discuss the Wait ‘Til Next Year Curse, as they talk about the continued rash of bad luck for closers in Major League Baseball. And, as always, they read your emails and take your calls.
Solly and Nate celebrate their “New and Noteworthy” status by reveling in the mediocrity that is their show. There’s also talk of crack cocaine, a new curse in baseball, and Ryan Braun doing his best Matt Kemp impersonation.
I've been informed by Gator that it looks like the commercial was inserted into the wrong part of the show. We had it slated for the 38 minute mark, but Aaron put it in a lot sooner. That was my fault. I forgot to tell Aaron when I sent him the file that we had put in a break for the commercial, so he just inserted it anywhere.