Pitchers and Poets Podcast 27: The Torre Conspiracy, with Alex Belth

In this episode we are joined by Alex Belth, Sports Illustrated contributor, book writer, and longtime curator of the Bronx Banter Blog. We discuss the relative heartbreak of Yankee fans, the neuroces of attractive people, prehistoric blogging, discomforting hecklers, Gorman Thomas’s sausages, and the different varieties of fandom.

We’re still hammering out some details, like getting the podcast back in the iTunes store, but for now you can subscribe in iTunes yourself, or via any RSS reader. Just use this feed url:

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(loud Jerrry Sands fan video via Vin Scully is my Homeboy)

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2 Responses to Pitchers and Poets Podcast 27: The Torre Conspiracy, with Alex Belth

  1. Bluenatic says:

    Good stuff, fellas. I eagerly await your ruling re: Belth’s inherent grokitude.

  2. Larry says:

    Nice job, the three of youse.