Staff writers Mick Reinhard and Stephen Shaw join Ryan Sullivan to talk about covering a minor league team, the basics of StatCast, and the Yankees.
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Champion Edition: Staff writers Darius Austin (UK-based Giants fan) and Eric Roseberry (Indy Reds fan and one-time indie wrestler) join Ryan Sullivan to talk about Effectively Wild, their teams’ moves and expectations, and life as a baseball/Giants fan in Wales.
The Wild Card episode: Staff writers Matt Jackson (Toronto-based Royals fan) and Andrew Patrick (video game-testing A’s fan) join Ryan Sullivan to talk about their teams’ playoffs and off-seasons, Max Scherzer, and James Shields.
Writer Alex Crisafulli talks cards with senior staffer Ken Maeda (content to take on a sidekick role here) and host Ryan Sullivan (not yet ecstatic from hearing of Scherzer’s signing). Then the trio talks Cards, as well as Angels, playoff disappointment, and Effectively Wild.
Two lefties get in some work on the podcast, as senior staffers Mikey Poley and Matthew Trueblood join Ryan Sullivan to talk about the Zobrist trade, and catch up on the hot stove.
The Banished to the Pen podcast is hosted by Ryan Sullivan. Each week, Ryan will chat with various site contributors to talk all things baseball.
In the conclusion of our 7-part series, Matt Jackson and Darius Austin recap the Royals and Giants’ 2014 playoff series and 7-game World Series matchup.
“It’s been a great holiday season for all of us here at Banished to the Pen! Our Secret Santa exchange resulted in only minor injuries that, at worst, will leave a few staffers day-to-day. And the Party Planning Committee’s appeal of their suspension has a very good chance of being reduced! So as this time of giving comes to a close, here’s some kind words you gave to us (although, again, it often involved trying to sell us things…).”
“But without you, the reader, there is no blog. So we thought it was only fair that we give you a share of the spotlight, and present some of what you had to say (although, it often involves trying to sell us things…).”