On each episode of The Baseball Bucket List Podcast we chat with a different fan about their favorite baseball memories, bucket list items, and what the game means to them.
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On this episode of The Baseball Bucket List Podcast, we chat with Mike Sellers from Cincinnati, Ohio. Mike has thrown three first pitches at MiLB games, developed his own ballpark ranking system, and even managed to organize some personal ballpark tours in 2020. He describes some of the things he’s already checked off his 162 item baseball bucket list and some of the things he’d still like to do.
This week on The Baseball Bucket List Podcast, we speak with Suzie Hunter about her summer road trip to all 30 MLB ballparks. Not only is she living out every baseball fan’s dream, she’s also utilizing the trip to raise money for the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. We cover how she came up with the idea, her best road trip stories, favorite parks and ballpark food along the way, and what’s left on her baseball bucket list.
On this episode of the Baseball Bucket List Podcast, Anna interviews Randall Thompson, Founder and President of Dugout Mugs. We cover Randall’s college and minor league career, his favorite baseball memories, what’s left on his Baseball Bucket List, and of course — the origin story and success of Dugout Mugs. We also chat about Randall’s favorite mug, favorite ballpark, and the company’s charity work with The Mariano Rivera Foundation.
In this week’s episode of the Baseball Bucket List Podcast, we’re joined by Elizabeth Kroll. Elizabeth is an Omaha native and former meteorologist who shares her love of Nebraska college and minor league baseball. She also explains what it’s like to have the College World Series in your backyard. We cover favorite baseball memories, what made the CWS a little different in 2021, her favorite MLB ballparks so far, and even what a Runza is.
This week we’re joined by Kelly Robinson, a Chicago resident and long-time fan of the Chicago White Sox. He and his wife are ballpark chasers who go on an extended road trip each year to visit minor league and independent ballparks. Kelly has been present for THREE no-hitters, several triple plays, historic moments, and even a few baseball oddities.
Episode 007 — Dr. Paul Semendinger: Playing Catch on the Field of Dreams, Yankees Fandom, and “The Least Among Them”
In this episode of the Baseball Bucket List Podcast we speak with Dr. Paul Semendinger. Paul is an author of several books and runs the New York Yankees blog Start Spreading the News. We talk about how his love for baseball came to be, his upcoming book The Least Among Them, and his experience of playing catch with his dad at the Field of Dreams.
Joining us on this week’s episode is Adam Hazel, a high school athletic director form California. Adam shares his favorite baseball memories, his favorite things about being in the teaching profession, and his quest to play 365 days of catch. He also educates Anna on the San Jose Giants and their tradition of the beer batter.
On today’s episode of The Baseball Bucket List Podcast, we speak with Rob Nelson, creator of Big League Chew. We cover how he got started with baseball, his international playing career, favorite baseball memories, and of course — how he came up with the idea of Big League Chew.
Joining us on this episode of The Baseball Bucket List Podcast is Paul Caputo — most well known on Twitter for his collection of 300+ mini ice cream helmets. Paul is the “go to guy” for anything you want to know about the history of minor league team names (he literally wrote the book on it).
In this episode of The Baseball Bucket List Podcast, we chat with Marc Viquez – The Ballpark Hunter. We cover his favorite ballparks (he’s been to 276 and counting!), ballpark foods, baseball memories, and why a trip to Minnesota may be in order if you’re a ballpark hunter yourself.