After a prolonged absence, Daniel is back and is joined this time by Drew Silva, writer at Rotoworld and Hardball Talk. They talk about how Drew became a professional blogger, the highlights of growing up a Cardinal fan, and just what sort of big fish the Cards may want to land at the trading deadline.
Daniel chats with Dan Buffa (www.doseofbuffa.com) about his past as a scoreboard operator and his prolific writing habits, with a dash of movie talk to liven things up. Then they get to talking about the 2014 Cardinals, which is enough to make anyone frustrated.
As spring training passes the halfway point, Daniel sits down with Joe Schwarz from Viva El Birdos (www.vivaelbirdos.com) and talks with him about growing up in St. Louis, his own pitching career, and what he's seen from the Cardinals so far in spring training. They also discuss the Favorite Living Cardinal Tournament that kicks off on Tuesday, March 18 at C70 At The Bat.
Daniel sits down with Brad Cook, part of the Out of the Park Baseball team (www.ootpdevelopments.com), about the upcoming 15th edition of their baseball simulation. Beyond the digital, Brad also talks about his Phillies and then Daniel discusses two players that made Cardinal news in the last week in a throat-shortened edition of the show.
As has become a pre-spring training tradition, Daniel sits down with Jamie Pogue, the bullpen catcher of the Cardinals, to talk about the season past and the season to come. Jamie talks about what it was like to be in the World Series, how he really couldn't see the ninth inning of Michael Wacha's no-hit bid, and how his job has changed over since he started in 2012.