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Jaime Jarrin

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Ladies and Gentlemen, the Spanish Voice of the Dodgers, La Voz de Oro, the Hall of Famer, Jaime Jarrin. 

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Ramona Shelburne

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The guest in this episode, Ramona Shelburne, is Senior Writer for ESPN.com, a former softball player at Stanford, and has been a baseball lover for long, long time. She shares her love of baseball and softball, how she got into journalism, what the keys to her success are and some obstacles she has faced as…

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Sue Falsone – First Female Head Trainer in MLB

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The featured guest in this episode is Sue Falsone, the first female Head Trainer in the history of Major League Baseball. Sue shares her amazing journey to the big leagues and some tremendous insight into what baseball is like from a trainer’s point of view. She also gives some tips for anyone looking to work…

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Paul Dickson – Author of Leo Durocher: Baseball’s Prodigal Son

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The guest in this episode is Paul Dickson, author of Leo Durocher: Baseball’s Prodigal Son, a new book available now about Leo the Lip, the Hall of Fame player and manager Leo Durocher. Paul’s book is outstanding as he examines the life and career of one of baseball’s most colorful, exuberant, passionate, feisty, competitive and…

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Bill Geivett – Baseball Executive & Author

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Bill Geivett has done just about everything in the game of baseball, and he has written a book titled, Do You Want To Work In Baseball? Geivett has 28 years of experience in professional baseball as a player, scout, and front office executive. He has been a member of the California Angel organization, New York Yankees,…

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Jerry Weinstein – Manager of Team Israel

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Manager of Team Israel, Jerry Weinstein, joins the podcast to talk about the World Baseball Classic, Team Israel, baseball around the world, player development, managing in a short tournament, team building, motivation, the team dynamic, playing in Korea and Japan, and what he loves most about baseball. 

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Happy Birthday Vin Scully

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On November 29, 1927 Vin Scully was born. Today marks the 89th birthday for Baseball’s Poet Laureate, and to celebrate I am releasing a special episode featuring Vin giving his acceptance speech in 1982, in Cooperstown, as the Baseball Hall of Fame bestowed him with the Ford C. Frick Award, which honors excellence in broadcasting. Happy…

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Tommy Lasorda Celebrates His 89th Birthday

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Hall of Fame Manager Tommy Lasorda turns 89 years old on September 22.  Throughout his life he has proved himself on being a giver and has done so tirelessly with his time, effort, enthusiasm and humor.  So to help celebrate his 89th birthday Tommy joins the podcast again and tells stories that every baseball lover…

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Orel Hershiser

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One of the greatest pitchers, and greatest men, to ever wear the Dodger uniform, “The Bulldog” Orel Hershiser talks about growing up and winning the Throw, Hit and Run competition at Yankee Stadium, about how his first word was ball and that his parents snuck him into Little League as a seven year-old, being cut…

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Tom Candiotti – The Birthday Boy

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The featured guest in this episode is the knuckleballer, Tom Candiotti.  Happy birthday, Tom! 

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