The Over The Monster Podcast - Episode 14 - Slavery Is Bad

It's that time of the week again. Acclaimed writer Marc Normandin and I, non-claimed semi-writer Matt Kory, meet telephonically to discuss baseball-related issues with each other and a guest. Yes, it's Episode 14 of the Over The Monster Podcast and this week we're featuring David Brown of Yahoo's Big League Stew.

Before we talk ball with Mr. Brown, Matt gets his radio voice on in the very beginning, so definitely enjoy that. It should be known he's available for weddings and Bar Mitzvahs. More importantly, Marc Normandin, as the kids say, gets his analysis on. Yes, this week we're talking Red Sox, first Terry Francona and then Andrew Miller.

Then we bring Mr. Brown to the proceedings to discuss his hometown White Sox, and really, whatever else is on his mind. The discussion ranges from the recent trades to Ozzie Guillen's affect on the team and Kenny William's reign to the Alex Rios deal and A.J. Pierzynski's on base skills. That was quite a sentence. It's a wide ranging, hilarious, fulfilling and of course 14th episode of the Over The Monster Podcast!

As always, you can subscribe and/or download at iTunes and/or listen and/or download at our hosting site, Podomatic. Thanks as always to Kahoots for the theme music, and thanks for to you for listening. Audio after the jump!

 

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