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This Week In Baseball History

May 25, 2022

He was our nation's most unpleasant president until recently, but it turned out that Richard M Nixon was far worse than anyone ever suspected. He was a Mets fan. With special guest Richard Staff (@RichardStaff), Mike and Bill talk about just what kind of poor, sick bastard chooses to root for the Mets as an adult, and...

May 19, 2022

It's another week where we have to make a go of it without Mike--or at least, without the Mike you're used to. Bill welcomes in friend of the podcast and the podcasters, Michael Baumann, to talk about one of his passions, and one thing we really haven't talked much about at all here--NCAA basesball! Give it a listen. 

May 12, 2022

Due to personal conflicts, it's a rerun this week on the 70th anniversary of the Dodgers reaching base 19 straight times against the Reds.

May 5, 2022

In the long history of baseball, it's only happened twice that pitchers on opposing teams no-hit one another's clubs in back-to-back games, but the second one happened 53 years ago this week when Jim Maloney and Don Wilson authored brilliant no-nos against the Astros and Reds, respectively. Mike and Bill look back at...