Stealing Home – The Hardball Times
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||Episode 26: Home Field Advantage||Stealing Home takes a look at one of the strangest outfields ever.||5/28/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode 25: The Things Baseball Brought Us||Over all these years, the circumference of baseball has extended beyond the foul lines.||4/6/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode 24: Randy and Harland||What makes a good baseball curse?||2/13/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode 23: When the Sparrow Sings||Jason Linden reads the first chapter of his novel, "When the Sparrow Sings."||12/15/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode 22: Those Other Leagues||Who says you need to see the big-leaguers play to have fun? The minor and independent leagues can offer just as much excitement. Those other leagues offer plenty to cheer, and plenty to learn.||8/14/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode 21: The Ones That Got Away||We all remember those players, coaches, or even teams that got away. They leave us wondering "what if?", and make for great fodder for pub arguments for years and years.||6/24/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode 20: Mascots||Episode 20 is all about those goofy creatures we love to laugh at -- the mascots.||5/28/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode 19: Another Beginning||Episode 19 of Stealing Home helps to ring in another new season.||4/9/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode 18: Intrigue!||On this episode of Stealing Home, we look at some points of intrigue throughout baseball history.||3/28/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
Only one episode in, but a wholly enjoyable and engaging episode it was. If they can keep producing content that even close to the quality that was on the first episode, then this will rapidly become one of the best baseball-related things on the internet.
Great first episode.
Someday I'll be able to tell people that I've been a fan of this podcast from the beginning.
The production quality was fantastic and the first episode was filled with unique commentary about baseball (baseballreference developer Sean Forman). I'm definitely excited to see what else David Temple can bring to the table and if the first episode is any indication, I'm not going to be disappointed.
"Stealing Home" Steals the Show
Dissatisfied with an unbalanced diet of the gossipy rambling that characterizes most sports radio, I wanted a baseball show that produced actual stories, enjoyed the off-the-field aspects of the sport, and also distilled essential information on the current season--and found it in "Stealing Home." David Temple brings a public radio sensibility and high-quality production to baseball's rich history and the current state of the game. If that piques your interest, you won't be disappointed.