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Baltimorons

By Sam Dingman & Alan Smith

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Description

Baltimorons is an always passionate, frequently irreverent, and occasionally factual weekly romp through the wild world of O's baseball and sports fandom in general. Your hosts Sam Dingman and Alan Smith are expatriate Birdbrains in Brooklyn, NY, and each week they are joined by fellow fans to marvel at the endless wonders of the cosmic narrative, from Baltimore to Brooklyn and beyond.

Customer Reviews

Great podcast, much appreciated...

...by this diehard Orioles fan in exile in South Florida. Keep up the great work!

What baseball really means

I'm not even an Orioles fan. I came to this show as a podcast/storytelling dork. It's engaging, really funny, just intellectual enough without being cloying, and has great politics, usually missing from sports talk. Thanks Sam and Alan for putting your passion to work for good, and for keeping me into baseball through some tough times in Minnesota. I'd say I'm rooting for Baltimore this year, but well. Win Twins.

OK, I admit it. I'm rooting for Baltimore. Don't tell anyone.

If "Car Talk" and "The Bugle" had a baseball baby...

This is a great show--the hosts are extremely knowledgeable about the Orioles and baseball in general, but don't take themselves so seriously that they can't have a good time. So many sports podcasts are bizarrely dour, somber and/or angry in tone, but the 'Morons positive energy is infectious, and the undercurrent of political lefty-ism is hilariously un-subtle. Go Birds!

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