The brilliant Mike Nichols died the other day.
The maestro was so brilliant and prolific in his career that he would have been a legend even if he had never directed The Graduate, which was the Citizen Kane of comedies.
His career reminded me of Branch Rickey’s, who transformed baseball in ways that are still felt today and would have been one of its greatest pioneers even if he never broke the color barrier.
It is another strange comparison episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Comedian and friend of Sully Baseball, Poppi Kramer, joins the podcast to continue her conversation about her love for the Mets.
She likes to think of herself as an Esoteric Lunatic. I can’t argue with her.
It is an F— bomb filled episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
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AP Photo -Scott Strazzante / San Francisco Chronicle
Thinking of the good will already in the bank with the fan bases, I hope Jon Lester goes back to Boston and the Panda returns to San Francisco.
It is a “go where the love is” episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.