In a special Friday night Big Red Sports Talk, Steven and I talked with Yahoo! Sports Lead Baseball Columnist Jeff Passan to open the show. The show was downhill from there as Steven vowed to never host a Friday night show again. Listen to the show on the player below and be sure to subscribe on iTunes! powered by podcast garden Due to fall break, there will be no Big Red Sports Talk next weekend. That said, I might be recording a podcast while I’m back home, so you can look forward to that.
Due to a persistent prank caller, a few minutes were lost in the middle of the show. That said, the rest of the show was fun, including a conversation with ESPN Baseball Analyst Dan Szymborski, the inventor of ZiPS. Steven and I also made our World Series picks, talked some Cavaliers basketball, and even got through our NFL Against the Spread picks. Listen to the podcast on the player below and be sure to subscribe on iTunes! powered by podcast garden
Steven and I opened the show by recapping the busy Big Red Weekend, including a dramatic last-second win for DU football. Then we talked with our guests, Yahoo! Tech (formerly New York Times) writer David Pogue and Romeo Travis, who is currently playing in Russia and is most famous for playing alongside LeBron James while in high school at St. Vincent-St. Mary high school in Akron. Steven and I also made our NFL picks, discussed the suspension that ESPN handed down to Bill Simmons, and made sure to wish Derek Jeter well as he transitions into a post-baseball life. Listen
I am a member of the Internet Baseball Writers Association of America (IBWAA), and with that membership comes some responsibility and some ballots for the IBWAA’s mock/unofficial elections. I was able to vote on every single award in both leagues, and my biases are made clear in some of the award categories. I believe the sample size for relief pitchers is so tiny that it is difficult to distinguish who is the best of the “good” relievers. For that reason, I decided to give Bryan Shaw and Scott Atchison some love. In the NL, I felt that Clayton Kershaw was
This is NOT an episode of Big Red Sports Talk, but a rare non-sports show from Alex Kaufman. After BRST ended, Alex played some of his favorite musical theatre music for a couple hours. If you like Broadway and musicals, then this show is for you! If you like sports talk, listen to Big Red Sports Talk instead. Don’t forget to subscribe to my podcasts on both iTunes and Stitcher! powered by podcast garden