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A baseball podcast about stats, stories, and various goings on in the baseball world. We have issues with walls.
 
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MashUpheaval
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A twice-monthly, all-request, live performance mashup podcast hosted and performed by the Adventurer of Rock and Roll, Amelia Ray
 
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In the tenth episode of MashUpheaval - your all-request, live performance mashup podcast - Amelia Ray performs two mashups: one of Squeeze’s “Tempted” (written by Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford) and Ani DiFranco’s “Both Hands,” and another of Oliver Tree and Whethan’s “Enemy” (written by written by Ethan Snoreck and Oliver Tree) and Lizzo’s “ ...…
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover history might just repeat itself for Anibal and Max, talk about the rest of the NLCS, dive into MLB's hijinks with the playoff baseball, discuss Daniel Hudson's paternity leave, and break down the ALCS so far.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover how not to be sad after a playoff series, breakdown the crazy NLDS Game 5 win, preview the NLCS and ALCS, and Paul spins Leslie up on an epic rant.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover the Nats can't live without pushing it to a Game 5 in the NLDS, discuss Davey Martinez's bullpen mini-revolution, predict what will happen in the other series, and get ready for what comes next.
 
In the ninth episode of MashUpheaval - your all-request, live performance mashup podcast - Amelia Ray performs two mashups: one of Barry White's "Never, Never Gonna Give You Up" and Whitesnake's “Still of the Night,” and another of Aretha's version of Otis Redding's "Respect" and Erasure's “A Little Respect”. Episode video: https://youtu.be/JBd ...…
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover how confident they are that the NL Wild Card will be a good thing, put out way too early predictions for the rest of the playoffs, and try to figure out if the owners are killing baseball for bucks.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover baseball can save you from male paternity baldness, look forward to the last week of the regular season, learn the #Nats outfield defense is the best in baseball, find out about Beep Ball, and brainstorm starting their own sandlot league.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover they might not actually need the Minor Leagues, find out if the Nats have their bullpen help already on the roster, look at everybody getting hurt, figure out if hitters have cracked the spin rate code, and play Jeopardy!
 
In the eighth episode of MashUpheaval - your all-request, live performance mashup podcast - Amelia Ray performs two mashups: one of Angie Stone’s “Wish I Didn’t Miss You” and Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb,” and another of Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy” and Patsy Cline’s “Crazy”. Episode video: https://youtu.be/MmnTql84a_M Song List:(1) “Miss You Num ...…
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover the Nats have lost the NL East, love how Aaron Barrett revived his career, talk about how Chien Ming Wang made a movie, figure out which starting pitchers are hall of famers, and go through a quiz about superstitions.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover they are at the end of the September call up era, figure out if the Nats should start Scherzer or Strasburg in the Wild Card, look into the drop in attendance, and bask in the glow of Juan Soto -- happiest man in baseball.
 
In the seventh episode of MashUpheaval - your all-request, live performance mashup podcast - Amelia Ray performs two mashups: one of the Velvet Underground’s “Venus in Furs” and Weezer’s “Undone - The Sweater Song,” and another of Snoh Aalegra’s “Feels” and Stevie Wonder’s “My Cherie Amour”. Episode video: https://youtu.be/x4IK-pVnX7k Song List ...…
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover the Nats' youth is a best tempered by experience, wade through the Player's Weekend fashion faux pas, discuss horny goat weed far too much, break down the new offensive environment, and close with some thoughts on Andrew Luck and walking away while you still can.…
 
In the sixth episode of MashUpheaval - your all-request, live performance mashup podcast - Amelia Ray performs two mashups: one of Billy Joel’s “Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song)” and Neil Sedaka’s “Laughter in the Rain,” and another of Harvey Danger’s “Flagpole Sitta” and Blind Melon’s “No Rain”. Episode video: https://youtu.be/zn_dX2biKTs Song List ...…
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover Bob Henley wants to kill Juan Soto and the Nats Season, Scherzer is on his way back, Cricket has a way to help baseball, and Leslie takes us around the world of (baseball) sports.
 
In the fifth episode of MashUpheaval - your all-request, live performance mashup podcast - Amelia Ray performs two mashups: one of Somethin’ for the People's “My Love Is the Ssh!” and The Romantics' “Talking in Your Sleep,“ and another of N.W.A.’s “Express Yourself” and Pachelbel's “Pachelbel's Canon”. Episode video: https://youtu.be/1T4FIWXCvu ...…
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover the Mets have to Mets, try to figure out why the Nats won't extend Rendon, discuss the new trade deadline issues, try to find out why Derek Jeter's myth is dying, and decide which sports event they want to sue.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover every team needs to do something--and do it by July 31, discuss the Nats recent injuries, figure out if the Nats can catch the Braves, and try to beat the heat with an indoor stadium.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover how much the Nats can do to stay in the hunt, talk about the new rule changes in the Atlantic League, find out how little the players know about the CBA, and learn where the hell Josh Hamilton has been.
 
In the fourth episode of MashUpheaval - your all-request, live performance mashup podcast - Amelia Ray performs two mashups: one of The Carpenters’ “This Masquerade” and Joe Cocker’s “Cry Me a River,“ and another of Roy Orbison’s “Only the Lonely” and The Motels’ “Only the Lonely”. Episode video: https://youtu.be/0X1y4nCCOTI Song List: (1) “Tea ...…
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover they both can drop fun facts, congratulate the USWNT, recap the Nats first half. Then they discuss the All Star Game, Futures Game, and the family HR Derby contest. Plus they dive into the Expos throwback semi-controversy.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover they can do a podcast after vacation, talk about the tragic loss of Tyler Skaggs, the surging Nats show us Max Scherzer is a baseball treasure, discuss the new look bullpen, applaud netting updates, learn about the history of hot takes, and much more!
 
In the third episode of MashUpheaval - your all-request, live performance mashup podcast - Amelia Ray performs two mashups: one of Genesis’s “Misunderstanding” and Sly and The Family Stone’s “Hot Fun in the Summertime,“ and another of Lady Gaga’s “Poker Face” and System of a Down’s “Holy Mountains”. Episode video: https://youtu.be/fbI6oc6QpoI S ...…
 
In the second episode of MashUpheaval - your all-request, live performance mashup podcast- Amelia Ray performs two mashups: one of Pink Floyd’s “Have a Cigar” and Billy Joel’s “Big Shot,“ and another of The Beatles’ “Don’t Let Me Down” and Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off”. Episode video: https://youtu.be/7v40x6Fjbxk Song List: (1) “Have a Cigar, B ...…
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover they have misnamed their podcast, discuss AAA faux pas, agree on how behind MLB is on netting, discuss how to break the draft, and devolve into Nick Swisher mayhem.
 
In the first episode of MashUpheaval - your all-request, live performance mashup podcast- Amelia Ray performs two mashups: one of Janis Ian’s “Jesse” and Frank Sinatra’s “My Way; and another of “Toxic” by Britney Spears” and Paul Simon’s “Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard”. Episode video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtUSMr7c9Os Song List: ...…
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover the Nats might not be dead just quite yet, learn about the advent of the cutter, discuss whether faking injuries is good or bad news, and have fun and not so fun facts.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover Joe Madden is, in fact, a bitch, Adam Eaton and Todd Frazier have beef, the Nats have trade decisions to make, and there might be a paradigm shift in MLB draft leverage.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover Leslie is quite ignorant about Moby Dick, find out just how bad the Nats defense has been, learn how to steal an MLB twitter account, fly through the news, and dive deep into a possible international draft.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover just how far the Nats' injuries can push the roster, look into the new pitching coach, glory in Peter Angelos giving the Nats the money they deserve, and dive into the unwritten rules of when you can leave a game.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover the Nats kids are alright, AAA baseballs are made of helium too, the Cubs have issues with Addison Russell, the Yankees have issues with injuries, and Eric Byrnes just has (good) issues.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover the Nats bullpen still sucks, try to figure out how to lock down Rendon, learn Strasburg is going down a bad path, talk about Peter Angelos being the devil, learn about the craziest owner in baseball history, and force Leslie to take a quiz.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover how far a bullpen can push you, develop a new game (long live Nats Bullpen Russian Roulette), discuss Chris Davis' futility, find out if anything we know about the season is real yet, and drown in the second half of the worst quiz ever.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover the Nats season isn't over quite yet despite a super shaky bullpen start in the first series, discuss how Nats fans should respond to Harper's return, once again dive into the murky waters of labor relations, find out we're currently watching the best baseball of all time, a quiz, and so much more.…
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover they can do two shows in a week, give a Nats update, marvel at Juan Soto, talk even more about how the owners are winning with extensions, and look for ideas about Paul's trip to Dodgers Stadium.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover they can be pretty smug about Mike Trout's new deal, Paul goes on a rant about owners and trying to win, a quick Nats update occurs, Leslie discusses minor league pay, Paul talks about the ravages of age, and Leslie gets some of her own medicine.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover MLB is up to something with the rules, try to figure out how stupid the teams think we are about service time, do a quick Nats review, figure out all the stupid ways a player can hurt himself, and have a quiz about dollar bills.
 
GUESS WHO'S BACK? Back from their long hiatus, in this episode Paul and Leslie discover they still know how to speak into microphones, dive deep into Bryce Harper - the Phillie, discuss whether free agency still works, talk about what is coming down the pike for the Nats in 2019, and try to remember how to do all this crap.…
 
In this PSA Paul and Leslie discover they have massive life changes coming and will not record anymore in 2018! We'll see you all in 2019. Go Nats!
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover how much they are panicking over the Nats horrible start to the season, try to figure out which players are mostly to blame, learn just how shady the Marlins ownership group really is, and debate on the nature of advertising in the social media age.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover all that winning the Nats did to start the season was a giant set up, they discuss problems and maybe some fixes to them, find out if they like Davey Martinez so far, and take a look at whether Shohei Ohtani has trolled us all.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover they still know how to record a show! Opening Day discussions abound, Leslie is scared of the Yankees, Paul details his storylines to watch in 2018, and Paul tries to expound upon what lessons baseball could learn from cricket while Leslie complains about cricket a bunch.…
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover the Nationals think they can do better than Dusty Baker, Uncle Ray still has some fight left in him, and a World Series preview is laid out.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover which multiverse they live in, talk about how awful Jerry Layne's call was and how maybe it ended the Nat's season, learn about Paul's new antipathy for Joe Maddon, and pick Championship Series winners. Also, Paul blasts Leslie for being a bad fan.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover Alejandro de Aza is one of Paul's triggers, preview the Nats' playoff outlook, make first round playoff picks, hear Paul's Robles rant, and talk about NCAA coaches behaving quite badly.
 
In this episode, Paul and Leslie discover the Nats are the first entry into the postseason, cover possible playoff roster configurations, discuss Daniel Murphy's slump, talk about the Marlins new ownership plans and options, learn about a baseball cult, and hear about Leslie's bizarre former life as a donkey basketball player. Unfortunately the ...…
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover just how good Wilmer Difo has been in Trea Turner's absence, marvel at how many injuries the Nats have weathered, find out pop stars in China are leading a baseball revolution, discuss how Leslie deals with watching sports that hit close to home, and do a quiz.…
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover they still know how to record a show, discuss Joe West and his newest issue, talk about the Nat's new bullpen, injury updates, Paul's new article about Bryce Harper forgetting how to walk, bad behavior in other sports, and Paul stumbles through a new quiz.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover Paul doesn't know the name of the show, Ken Rosenthal is out of a job, ARod tries to modernize baseball, Paul recounts just how bad the Nat's bullpen has been, and old dudes in baseball is discussed.
 
In this episode Paul and Leslie discover maybe they (or MLB?) don't really understand the sliding rule, Joe Maddon shows he's not as progressive as we all thought he was, the Nats starters might be showing wear and tear, a look into Bryce Harper, and a rapid fire quiz.
 
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