Sitting outside of Sunken Diamond on the Stanford Campus, I gloat about the Red Sox sweep of the Yankees and point out that some of the problems in the Bronx won’t go away soon.
Meanwhile, I clear out a few unpleasant topics that I have been avoiding addressing.
Fixing all the left overs in this episode of Sully Baseball.
While we are at it, enjoy the NEW In Memoriam video.
For this week’s Sunday Request, I am going to answer multiple Tweets.
Yes, I could have just focused on the positive. But sometimes you need to shine the light on the negative.
And seeing the cavalier and dismissive attitude we see towards domestic violence, especially by the coverage of Aroldis Chapman, the shrugs by Hal Steinbrenner and the covering up by the NFL shows that too many people are on the wrong side of history.
That and a few Super Bowl Sunday thoughts and admiring those practicing softball in February on this episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
On November 28, 2012, I sat on the floor of Chuck Yeager airport in Charleston, West Virginia, with my fellow TV maker Phil Miller.
We talked about Aroldis Chapman and what his role should be.
Enjoy this Podcast Rewind.
Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – November 28, 2012