Get ready for some kid's stuff with author Michael Turner.
While its teams were winning titles during the Depression, Detroit was in the midst of something much darker. Tom Stanton explains.
Wild Thing, this episode makes our heart sing. Jonathan Knight gives us the inside story of the beloved baseball comedy movie.
Author Ronald T. Waldo tells us about some of the unforgettable characters from one of baseball's greatest decades.
Veteran Baltimore sportswriter John Eisenberg joins us to discuss Lou Gehrig, Cal Ripken and baseball's iron man record.
James Sturm talks about his classic graphic novel about a Jewish barnstorming baseball team in the 1920s.
Author Mitchell Nathanson discusses the life and legacy of former MLB superstar Dick Allen.
As war clouds gathered over Europe, baseball's first Jewish superstar took aim at Babe Ruth's single-season home run record. Ron Kaplan discusses that memorable season.
Marty Appel returns to the podcast to talk about his new biography of the legendary Old Perfessor.
In 1944, the lowly St. Louis Browns played in the World Series for the first and only time. Author Dave Heller tells us about that momentous season.
Should Jack Morris be in the Hall of Fame? How about Edgar Martinez? Barry Bonds? Jay Jaffe's new book takes a comprehensive look at baseball immortality.
Jonah Keri is here to talk about the crazy history of the Montreal Expos and the upcoming Hall of Fame induction of Tim Raines.
Mike Piazza was a superstar with the Dodgers but became an icon with the Mets. Greg Prince explains how.
Award-winning historian Larry Lester tells us about the legendary East-West All-Star Game, which featured the stars of the Negro Leagues.
Author Robert C. Trumpbour discusses his award-winning account of Houston's iconic Astrodome.
Let's take a trip back to the 1960s with John Florio, who explains how that turbulent decade changed the national pastime forever.
Richard Sandomir takes us behind the scenes of "The Pride of the Yankees," the classic 1942 movie starring Gary Cooper as Lou Gehrig.
Chicago broadcaster David Kaplan discusses Theo Epstein and Joe Maddon's bold plan for a Chicago Cubs dynasty.
Author Ron Morris discusses how the minor-league Durham Bulls helped revitalize an old tobacco town in North Carolina.
One upon a time, the Dodgers and Reds had the best rivalry in baseball. Author Tom Van Riper talks about the glory years of Rose, Bench, Garvey and Cey.
It's a special Father's Day episode as Will Leitch discusses his book about fathers and sons in the new golden age of baseball.
Allan Simpson, founder of Baseball America, discusses the history of the MLB Draft.
For the first time, we talk about a work of fiction. Author Jeff Polman takes us back to San Francisco in 1958 for a whodunit centered on the Giants.
John Carvalho looks at the life and career of Ford Frick, who played a key role in Major League Baseball from the 1920s to the 1960s.