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Trea Turner

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The guest in this episode, Trea Turner of the Washington Nationals, is on elf the most exciting players in the game, and certainly one of the fastest.  Trea joined us live from the Nat’s clubhouse before the game and talked about loving the game since he was in diapers, literally.  He also talked about hitting…

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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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Jennie Finch

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One of the greatest pitchers, ever, to play softball and ambassador for the game, the great Jennie Finch. 

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Janet-Marie Smith – Ballpark Architect

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In this episode the featured guest is ballpark architect Janet-Marie Smith. She worked on Turner Field in Atlanta before leading the architecture of Camden Yards, the renovations at Fenway Park and the renovations at Dodger Stadium. She is currently working on redesigning Campo las Palms, the Dodger’s academy in the Dominican Republic. She is one…

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Sue Enquist

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This episode is my favorite. The featured guest is an 11-time National Champion, either as a player or coach, for UCLA Softball. Yes she is a Hall of Fame for those accomplishments, but her true gift is her wisdom. This episode is full of motivational, inspiring, insightful, impactful, excellent knowledge bombs that are guaranteed to…

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Sarah Hudek

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At the time of the interview Sarah Hudek was the only woman playing in men’s college baseball. She was a pitcher for Bossier Parish Community College in Bossier, Louisiana. She has since transferred to Texas A&M to play softball, but her accomplishments are remarkable. Not only did she pitch but she won  game in relief.…

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Renel Brooks-Moon – PA for the SF Giants

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Renel Brooks-Moon is not the first woman to be the PA for a team in Major League Baseball. She is the second, and currently the only woman to hold that title. She shares her love of the game through her family tradition of loving baseball and shares wonderful stories about befriending some of her heroes:…

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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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Alyson Habetz – Assistant Softball Coach – University of Alabama

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Alyson Habetz is much more than the assistant softball coach at the University of Alabama. She is a trailblazer as she used the game of baseball to fight for women’s rights. As a high school student she wanted to play on the boy’s team but school rules prohibited girls from playing, until she and her…

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