Time to meet the Ports 2021 manager! Rico Brogna joins Alex Jensen for a conversation about his background, how technology is impacting the game, what excites him about being a part of the A's organization and much more!
Ports Community Relations Manager Jordy Feneck joins the show to talk about what life has been like in the Ports front office in 2020, react to the A's invitation to the Ports to remain an affiliate, and coffee, among other things
Alex Jensen joins longtime Voice of the Lansing Lugnuts Jesse Goldburg-Strassler for a get-to-know-you chat: broadcasting, learning more about the A's new affiliate in Lansing, some stories from the Midwest League, and much more!
A's historian and official scorer at the Coliseum Dave Feldman joins Alex Jensen. The two give their opinions on the new rules in baseball, recap the 2020 A's and look forward to 2021, and Dave lists his top 5 players to have played both in Stockton and Oakland since the Ports became an A's affiliate in 2005.
Mathew Burns of mappingthepath.com joins the show to share stories of his travels, particularly his California Baseball Roadtrip in the summer of 2019 in which he visited all 15 professional ballparks in the state in just 18 days
The A's lead analyst, 2x All-Star, and 2x World Series Champion Ray Fosse joins the show to discuss broadcasting during the pandemic, the 2020 rule changes and much more in the first of a two-part conversation.
Alex Espinoza IV has covered the A's for MLB.com and The Athletic and currently runs The Rickey Henderson of Blogs as well as the Greatest Of All Podcasts (G.O.A.P.), where he's had guests such as Dallas Braden, Dave Stewart, and Dave Kaval. Alex joins the show to talk about the recent boycotts in pro sports, the 2020 A's, and more!
Stockton Ports Marketing Manager Katie Schulz joins Alex Jensen on the show to talk about the world of Minor League marketing and promotions, what Ports fans can look forward to for the rest of the year and 2021, and more!
A's Cast has been a huge hit, and producer Cody Elias is a big reason why. He joins Alex Jensen on this episode of the Portside Pod to discuss A's Cast, the "unwritten rules" of baseball, and much more!
Drew Jones - the man behind the social media hit Amazin' A's Craze (@AmazinAsCraze) - stops by to share how he started this project, the 2020 A's, how he became an A's fan growing up in Arkansas, and much more!
Odds are if you're an A's fan who's active on Twitter, or is a frequent watcher of the big club, you know who Bryan Johansen (@SandLot408) is. "The Kingpin" is my guest on this edition of the Portside Pod, where we talk pins, cardboard cutouts, and a very highly anticipated first pitch at Bannder Island Ballpark.
In part two of my conversation with Matt Smith and Dom Clarke of Oakland A's UK, we cover the content they produce, what they're looking forward to about the 2020 A's, and the trip the boys will be making to Stockton in their next visit to Northern California
Matt Smith and Dom Clarke of Oakland A's UK stop by for a long conversation on the A's and what it's like to be a fan in Great Britain. Here's the first part of that conversation that outlines how they follow, road trips to watch the A's, and baseball's popularity across the pond.
Nick Voelker, who was set to be in his first season as the Ports' Athletic Trainer in 2020, stops by to talk about his career and job description. Interesting conversation about a field you don't hear about too often
Self-described baseball junkie "Right Field Will" is a constant presence at Ports and A's games and joins the show to give the fan's perspective on life without baseball, rank his favorite MLB ballparks and much more
Part two of my conversation with A's Farm Editor-in-Chief Bill Moriarty covers some prospects who just missed his A's Top 10 list, guys who might be wearing a Ports uniform when play resumes, a quick preview of this week's MLB Draft, and much more
The Editor-In-Chief of A's Farm Bill Moriarty joins the show for a two-part conversation. Bill in part one describes how A's Farm got started almost two decades ago, talks potential minor league contraction, and gets into some strengths of the A's system
Associate Producer at NBCSports Bay Area Ben Ross joins the show to discuss the possibility of the 2020 MLB season getting underway and relive his 2019 night at Banner Island Ballpark covering Jesus Luzardo and AJ Puk
In the second of our two part conversation with Melissa Lockard of The Athletic, we discuss some A's prospects that may don a Ports uniform in the near future, what the 2020 A's might look like and much more.
The first of our two-part conversation with Melissa Lockard of The Athletic focuses on the potential effects of COVID-19 to the upcoming baseball season, MLB's proposed changes to Minor League Baseball, new Ports Manager Bobby Crosby, and much more
On July 22, 2019, Bryce Conley was the starting pitcher in the first no-hitter thrown by the Stockton Ports in nearly 30 years. The right-hander is our guest for this episode, and he takes us back to that day in July, how he's staying ready during the layoff, and much more.
Minor League Baseball's Opening Day has come and gone without a game being played, but that didn't stop the Stockton Ports celebrating the start of baseball with their fans on social media. On this episode, Ports Assistant General Managers Luke Johnson and Gary Olson stop by and discuss the club's online opening day festivities.
"State of the Ports": A conversation with the President of the Stockton Ports, Pat Filippone, who discusses how the club is preparing for the 2020 season and shares some new features fans can expect at Banner Island Ballpark when baseball resumes
The inaugural edition of The Official Podcast of the Stockton Ports features former Ports broadcaster Zack Bayrouty, who takes us on a walk down memory lane including some of his favorite moments during his 14 seasons at Banner Island Ballpark