The Squared Up Podcast, Episode 3: Bloody Sox
I took it on the road for Episode 3 — to God's Little Acre, New Jersey, where friends of TN Mike "BSD" Dunn and Janine "J9" Jenik-Dunn rolled out a fantastic spread of peanuts, Cracker Jack, and stinky cheese. I brought the slanderous remarks about former Blue Jays, failed Shakespeare references, incorrect assertions about DH trades, name mix-ups (as it turns out, there is no "Andy" Beckett), and compulsive references to Daryl Boston. Then I tried to 'ship Michelle Rodriguez with Ken Caminiti. Hope you packed a lunch!
Coming off the NSFW bench:
- Dickson's Baseball Dictionary
- the justified anger of Cleveland and Pittsburgh fans
- the Pine Tar Incident
- MLB Network's Top 50 Most Infamous Arguments
- Bill Cosby
- Curt Schilling
- Felix "the Run Fairy" Heredia
- Aimee Mann
- phantom bagpipes
- the Newark Bears
- Giant (Gl)ass
- a definitive explanation of pulling vs. opposite field…again
- Bob Uecker
- DUIs: a PR primer
- "the Poo Holes procedure"
- and a couple of sweet tunes from The Baseball Project and the Mamas & the Papas.
Enjoy the show, and please send your emails, comments, and team-related despair to bunting at tomatonation dot com. I've had a few issues with getting TSUP to show up on iTunes, but let's give it a couple of days, and then if it doesn't work, maybe one of you fine people can give me a quick clinic.
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