Oct 18, 2021
We pick up where we left off in
our previous episodes
62 (with the "Whaler Guys") and
100 (featuring WHA-version franchise founder Howard Baldwin)
for a comprehensive look into the former NHL franchise that
regularly sells more branded merchandise than even some
current league teams - the Hartford
Oct 11, 2021
We take another crack at the history and mythology of the late, great North American Soccer League - this time through the eyes of sports filmmaker Rachel Viollet, whose new documentary "Big-Time Soccer: The Remarkable Rise & Fall of the NASL" makes its US debut at New York's Kicking + Screening film festival later...
Oct 4, 2021
Veteran sportswriter and Sports Broadcast Journal columnist Rich Podolsky ("You Are Looking Live! How 'The NFL Today' Revolutionized Sports Broadcasting") joins the pod this week for an inside look at the TV pregame show that modernized how America experiences nationally televised pro football.
While the concept of...
Sep 27, 2021
It's a return to the Nation's Capital this week as we take a romp through Washington, DC's surprisingly rich pro basketball history with Brett Abrams (The Bullets, the Wizards, and Washington, DC Basketball).
While today's astute District hoops fans know the current Washington Wizards were once known as the Bullets...
Sep 20, 2021
We revisit LA's spirited pre-majors Pacific Coast League rivalry (begun in Episode 208: The Hollywood Stars - With Dan Taylor) with a look at the team ultimately responsible for the demise of both - the Los Angeles Angels.
Baseball author Gaylon White (“The Bilko Athletic Club: The Story of the 1956 Los Angeles...