The Baseball Talk Radio Show podcast

Sports bloggers, Rich Baxter and Gary Mack, give their opinions on the week that was in baseball and the week ahead in the news of pro baseball

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Episode 2.3 – The Baseball Talk Radio show – Jan 22, 2017

Tragedy strikes the baseball world as two players die on the roads of the Dominican Republic as Game 6 World Series 2015 star, Yordano Ventura, and Arizona Diamondbacks baseball player, Andy Marte passed away due to automobile accidents.

The Baseball Hall of Fame winners are in, we’re talking about the process involved and did this group deserve to get in. Nonetheless, we have some players going into the Hall for 2017 but we’re just not all that pleased with the whole thing.

All this and some baseball movie and documentary talk on this show!

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Episode 2.2 – The Baseball Talk Radio Show – Jan 14, 2017

Arbitration is settled for a few players, but there are a whole lot of free agents still out there, when will they be signed?

The Baseball Writers Association of America, (BBWAA) wants to make their votes for the election of the Baseball Hall of Fame players known to everyone and reveal how every voter cast their ballot. This is a really bad idea! And they voted to do it, doesn’t make any sense at all.

All of this and more on this edition of the show with Rich and Gary talking baseball.

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Episode 2.1 – The Baseball Talk Radio show – interview with Jim Campanis

Welcome to our of first show of 2017, we’re talking with former baseball player, Jim Campanis, Jr.

Jim has a great book out on his experiences in baseball, growing up with the game with his grandpop, Al Campanis, and his dad, Jim Campanis and his journey through the world of baseball.

The book is called “Born Into Baseball, Laughter and Heartbreak at the Edge of The Show.”

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Episode 1.15 – The Baseball Talk Radio Show – Dec 2 2016

Labor peace, but the players showed a fear of foreign influence. Could the players be mirroring the tone of incoming President Donald Trump? They feared an International Draft. We’ll talk about the CBA approval by both sides, Gary and Rich both agreed if the players and ownership didn’t approve this contract, it could have been big trouble for baseball.

Hot Stove action is about to heat up, we talk about the upcoming Winter Meetings and what that means for ‘the hot stove.’

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Episode 1.13 – The Baseball Talk Radio Show – Nov 11 2016 – Mark Littell


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It’s the Hot Stove time and we’re talking all about it on tonight’s show with Rich Baxter and Gary Mack.

We’re joined by our guest, Mark Littell, who played for the Kansas City Royals and the St. Louis Cardinals, his nickname was Country! He talks about being a Major League closer, the Kansas City Royal days, the loss to the New York Yankees in the 1976 ALCS and his upcoming book, “On The Eighth Day, God Created Baseball.”