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Today’s Podcast Offering

Bob welcomes Sir Warren Brown & Beatles author Phil Weathers. Bob hosts a fun round of Beatles Quiz show with the lads.
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Claire’ guest is Bethany Grace Howe, transgender woman, journalist, advocate, discusses the recent brutal assault on a transgender woman on the Oregon Coast and the challenges of encouraging the news media to portray the lives of transgender people in a more well-rounded way.
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Today’s 2nd Podcast Offering

Shortstops are the order of the day… the life and times of Al Dark, Phil Rizzuto, and PeeWee Reese.
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Today’s Podcast Offering

Hosts, Robert Deininger and Jack Degraw, talk Yankee Ball. They discuss their successful six-game home stand against the A’s and Rangers going 4-2, and how their magic number to clinch the AL East is now 12 games. They also touch on their upcoming ten-game road trip that starts with four-games at Boston. We also discuss the injury updates of Severino, Bentances, and Montgomery, as well as the Postseason roster.

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Bill Kashatus [Billy from Philly], welcomes former Phillies pitcher Randy Lerch, author of the recent book, “God in the Bullpen.” They discussed his drug and alcohol addictions, how it destroyed his baseball career and how he turned his life around. A troubling, but important cautionary tale about the pressures of pro baseball and how some players try to cope with it.

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