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Your perfect destination for all things Braves. Great guests, in depth conversation, and a fresh take on podcasts, we devote ourselves to delivering informative discussions WITHOUT sucking all the fun out of the room. Follow today and join the fastest growing podcast in Braves Country.

Customer Reviews

Fun and lighthearted, but informative

This is what a podcast should be. Two hosts who know baseball and nerd out on all things Braves, the NL East, and MLB.

Solid Pod

Good Braves insight at both the major league and minor league level. However, often disorganized and aimlessly wanders down rabbit holes and/or across topics

Not what I expected

I’m a sombrero collector. Been collecting for almost 15 years. Mostly platinum, but I also like sterling silver sombreros. There’s not a lot of information out there regarding sombrero collecting, especially platinum sombreros. So, I thought I’d search sombrero podcasts and I found this one. The logo struck me as odd, at first, because it seemed to incorporate both a sombrero (which is Mexican) and a tomahawk (which is mainly native America). Yes, I understand that Mexicans are technically Native American, but you get the point. Most Mexicans don’t sport a tomahawk. From my understanding, tomahawks were mostly in indigenous tribes north of Mexico, mainly eastern woodland tribes from the Creek in Georgia all the way up to the Iroquois in New York. Anyways, I listened to the first couple of episodes and didn’t learn anything about sombreros. It seems to be a podcast about baseball. My favorite episode was when they had some guy named Josh Brown on the show who apparently is the host of another baseball podcast called Knockahoma Nation. He seemed very knowledgeable and I ended up subscribing to Knockahoma Nation on iTunes, CastBox and Stitcher.

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  • Category: Professional
  • Language: English

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