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Best Joe Posnanski podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Joe Posnanski podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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EconTalk is an award-winning weekly talk show about economics in daily life. Featured guests include renowned economics professors, Nobel Prize winners, and exciting speakers on all kinds of topical matters related to economic thought. Host Russ Roberts, of the Library of Economics and Liberty and the Hoover Institution, draws you in with lively guests and creative repartee. Topics include health care, business cycles, economic growth, free trade, education, finance, politics, sports, book r ...
 
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PosCast Pop Culture Correspondent Linda Holmes jumps on the latest episode of the PosCast to draft the world's greatest cereals with hosts Joe Posnanski and Michael Schur!Michael reveals how he navigated his numerous humiliations to ensure that the L.A. Regional Food Bank was supported - including eating a hot fruit pie and getting his hands on and…
 
On this week's episode, host Jon Wertheim talks with World No. 13 Madison Keys, who has been staying in Florida during the tennis hiatus. Keys discusses her Kindness Wins initiatives within tennis and other professional sports and how she is helping athletes at all levels understand that compassion and kindness are possible, even in the most compet…
 
Author Martin Gurri, Visiting Fellow at George Mason University's Mercatus Center, talks about his book The Revolt of the Public with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. Gurri argues that a digital tsunami--the increase in information that the web provides--has destabilized authority and many institutions. He talks about the amorphous nature of recent popu…
 
On this week's episode, host Jon Wertheim talks with St. Edwards University senior tennis player, Chase Bartlett about his school's decision to cut the men's and women's tennis programs as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Bartlett explains how he and other students have been fighting back and pushing the school's administration to pursue other…
 
Talk of a potential 2020 baseball season is heating up and the PosCast is talking about it! Former MLB Pitcher Brandon McCarthy and Rolling Stone's Chief TV Critic Alan Sepinwall join host Joe Posnanski to ponder what a socially distant version of baseball could actually look like.Following the baseball talk, the crew drafts the things that they've…
 
On this week's episode, host Jon Wertheim talks with USTA and NCAA chief medical officer, Dr. Brian Hainline. With various solutions and scenarios for the return of sports under consideration, Dr. Hainline discusses exactly what it will take for sports to come back; pros and cons of the "closed-door" scenario; the unique challenges that tennis face…
 
In what will surely go down as one of the shortest PosCasts in recent memory, hosts Joe Posnanski & Michael Schur say hello to comedian, Gary Gulman!Joe taps into Mike and Gary's Boston roots to talk about the town's many sports heroes and who they think is the most popular. Michael takes issue with the traditional end-of-game baseball celebration.…
 
Economist and author Branko Milanovic of the Graduate Center, CUNY, talks about his book, Capitalism, Alone, with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. They discuss inequality, the challenge of corruption in the Chinese system, and Milanovic's claim that in American capitalism, the texture of daily life is increasingly affected by the sharing economy and oth…
 
On this week's episode, veteran tennis agent Max Eisenbud returns to the podcast for an update on the state of tennis from his perspective, including how players are navigating this time in terms of training and finances. Wertheim and Eisenbud talk about the possibility of tennis returning in 2020; the challenges facing players at this time; inside…
 
Joe Posnanski and guest host Ellen Adair welcome acclaimed baseball writer Keith Law to discuss his new book, "The Inside Game: Bad Calls, Strange Moves, and What Baseball Behavior Teaches Us About Ourselves." (1:21)The book dives into how the inner workings of the game of baseball can forever impact baseball history. You can get your copy anywhere…
 
Philosopher and author L.A. Paul talks about her book Transformative Experience with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. Paul explores the uncertainties that surround the transformative experiences that we choose and that happen to us without choosing. How should we think about the morality and personal impact of these kinds of experiences, especially when…
 
Sports Illustrated is opening up the SI Vault and examining its most consequential work about moments like this one that defined the most legendary athletes in sports through its new podcast, The Record. The 1999 Lipton Championships final in Miami marked the first time that Venus and Serena Williams faced each other in a title match. It also gave …
 
On this week's episode, host Jon Wertheim talks with Dr. Jonathan Katz, a sports psychologist and performance coach based in Austin, Texas, who works with tennis players at the college and pro levels, in addition to athletes in other sports. Wertheim and Dr. Katz discuss the psychological impact that the coronavirus pandemic will have on athletes; …
 
Joe and Michael welcome in Stefan Fatsis and Jonathan Hock for a delightful primer to the 2020 Name of the Year Bracket that takes place on unnamedtemporarysportsblog.com. Get your fill of some of the zaniest, real-life names and pick your favorites at @NOTYtourney on Twitter!Following the names discussion, the crew drafts the first baseball player…
 
Another week in quarantine and another PosCast featuring a pair of former big league pitchers. Longtime Atlanta Braves reliever, Peter Moylan jumps aboard the pod alongside co-hosts Joe Posnanski & Brandon McCarthy! He tells all about his journey from Australia all the way to the major leagues. This one has more twists and turns than the typical su…
 
Oncologist, author, and podcaster Vinay Prasad talks about his book Malignant with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. Prasad lays out the conflicts of interest and scientific challenges that make drugs that fight cancer so disappointing at times. The conversation looks at how policy changes might improve the incentives facing doctors, pharmaceutical compa…
 
On this week's episode, host Jon Wertheim talks with former Sports Illustrated writer and current writer at The Athletic, Joe Posnanski. Although many know Posnanski for his baseball expertise, he's actually a self-proclaimed "hardcore tennis fan" who has spent a lot of time during this quarantine watching old tennis matches on YouTube. Wertheim an…
 
Host Michael Schur returns to The PosCast alongside Joe Posnanski as they break down the Baseball 100 series with C. Trent Rosecrans and special guest, Joey Votto!Votto gives his thoughts on the Baseball 100 list, Mike Trout's ranking and who should be No. 1. Plus, hear how baseball history has influenced his career. The PosCast with Joe Posnanski …
 
Economist Ed Leamer of UCLA talks about manufacturing, effort, and inequality with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. The conversation draws on recent empirical work of Leamer's on how measured inequality is affected by the work effort of Americans at different levels of education. The conversation ends with a discussion of how education can be transforme…
 
On this week's episode, host Jon Wertheim talks with longtime commentator Ted Robinson in a revival of "Passing Shots," where the pair bounces various tennis topics back and forth. Wertheim and Robinson talk about what tennis will like look when it is finally able to return; the logistics of a return; the impact (and possible benefit) of a long lay…
 
It's an all baseball pod as host Joe Posnanski welcomes in former MLB pitcher Brandon McCarthy and reigning World Series Champion Sean Doolittle for this hilarious episode!Find out how often Brandon and Sean check out their Baseball Reference pages and get an inside look on how Sean is handling the extended delay of the start of baseball season. Th…
 
Economist and author Arnold Kling talks about the revised edition of his book The Three Languages of Politics in front of a live audience at the Cato Institute, recorded in September of 2019. Kling talks about the changed political landscape in the United States and around the world and how his ideas have changed since the book was first published …
 
On this week's episode, host Jon Wertheim talks with Bob and Mike Bryan from their homes in California, where they have been sheltering-in-place with their respective families due to the coronavirus pandemic. Since the Bryan Bros. expected 2020 to be their final season before ending their tennis careers, the pair discusses the impact of the pandemi…
 
Host Joe Posnanski brings back favorite guest hosts Brandon McCarthy and Ellen Adair to chat about how they're surviving the sports-less quarantine right now in America. They discuss whether re-watching old games is satisfying the sports void and Brandon plays teacher as he talks about what pitchers can do to make hitters' lives a nightmare.The cre…
 
On this week's episode, host Jon Wertheim talks with Jamie Lisanti (from a very safe social distance) about the week's headlines in tennis, which have been undoubtedly dominated by the global coronavirus crisis. Wertheim and Lisanti discuss the immediate impact of the pandemic on tennis, including scheduling changes; the French Open's bold move to …
 
Host Joe Posnanski welcomes back in co-host Michael Schur and recurring super-guest Nick Offerman for what would have been the 2020 MLB Preview show but given the current situation in America and the lack of actual baseball, they turn to discussing nonsense instead.Mike breaks down how a selfless charitable donation could become a months-long ordea…
 
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