I mean, you never call, you never write.
Speaking of writing, Paul M. Banks has written a new book called "No, I Can't Get You Free Tickets: Lessons Learned From a Life in the Sports Media Industry." It's available on Amazon. Buy it. Paul reads some excerpts from his book while getting harassed by his cat, Otis.
I'm calling on another one of my favorites from the Maximus & The Bartender days. Cal 'GameFace' Lee from The Baseline NBA Podcast joins me to talk about the second "half" of the NBA season, how the Knicks will blow everything, and who should win the MVP.
It's all baseball, all the time this episode. The fact that Ian Casselberry and I were able to talk about this baseball offseason for as long as we did is nothing short of a miracle, especially since four of the best young players in the game still don't have a team (as of recording, anyway). What happened to the Hot Stove League? Still, we talk about what we can, like how we forgot Rocco Baldelli is the manager of the Twins now. Forgot about that, didn't you?
An important (not really, but kinda) announcement this week! The impending nuptials are thick on my mind this episode. Do guys have a "say yes to the tux" day? Also, you should do a wedding registry even if you're not getting married. So much fun! If you liked Venom, you won't like this episode (or show, really). I'm sorry for being late on HBO's Barry.
Cue up Handel's "Messiah." How's your 2019 been so far? Has it been as crappy as mine? I think I need to see a psychiatrist. On a lighter note, I have been able to enjoy both of the documentaries on Fyre Festival. I'm also very, very, VERY sorry for being super late for the Brooklyn Nine-Nine bandwagon.