David Samson

Marlins president David Samson sits down for a hilarious episode that runs the gamut from New York basketball to building a stadium to being booted off Survivor. Samson challenges Steve to a difficult bet and Steve gives Samson a brand new nickname. Also, the conversation gets a little sexual.

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Rick Cerone

Rick Cerone talks about accomplishing his dream of playing for the New York Yankees, representing New Jersey, and growing older. He also gives some insight into poor decisions made as a broadcaster and great decisions made as a minor league owner.

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Paul Spoljaric

Paul Spoljaric grew up in British Columbia, played for the Blue Jays, represented his nation in the Olympics, and left affiliated baseball to play for an independent league in Canada. So if you’re Canadian and you don’t enjoy this episode, we’re not sure what else you’re looking for.

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Jim Gosger

For the last 20 years, Jim Gosger has worked for the city of Port Huron, Michigan. But before that, he had a baseball resume that included being one of the 53 people to ever play for the Seattle Pilots, a member of the 1969 World Series Mets, and a contributor to the earliest Expos teams.

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Barry Lyons

Coming into baseball as a top college prospect, catcher Barry Lyons was drafted by a party-hard Mets team that already had Gary Carter behind the plate. Alcoholism, depression, and a natural disaster later, Lyons finally found the redemption he’d been looking for in his home of Biloxi, Mississippi.
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Barry Lyons

MLP Barry LyonsComing into baseball as a top college prospect, catcher Barry Lyons was drafted by a party-hard Mets team that already had Gary Carter behind the plate. Alcoholism, depression, and a natural disaster later, Lyons finally found the redemption he’d been looking for in his home of Biloxi, Mississippi.

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Mark Gubicza

All-star, Cy Young candidate, and Angels broadcaster Mark Gubicza discusses what’s in a name (or a nickname), passing time between starts, the 1985 post-season, staying a Phillies fan despite being in the Royals Hall of Fame, and a behind-the-scenes view of the arbitration process. Gubicza also reveals some surprising advice from Tom Seaver and talks […]
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Mark Gubicza

MLP Mark Gubicza All-star, Cy Young candidate, and Angels broadcaster Mark Gubicza discusses what’s in a name (or a nickname), passing time between starts, the 1985 post-season, staying a Phillies fan despite being in the Royals Hall of Fame, and a behind-the-scenes view of the arbitration process. Gubicza also reveals some surprising advice from Tom Seaver and talks about what it’s like to lose two friends to brain tumors only to find out your daughter has one, too.

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Kevin Stocker

The starting shortstop for the mid-nineties Phillies, Kevin Stocker played in a World Series in his first year in the big leagues. He later found out that Tampa isn’t quite the baseball city that Philly is, and how hard it is to find a passion for something after baseball.
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Kevin Stocker

stockerThe starting shortstop for the mid-nineties Phillies, Kevin Stocker played in a World Series in his first year in the big leagues. He later found out that Tampa isn’t quite the baseball city that Philly is, and how hard it is to find a passion for something after baseball.

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