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Life At The Ballpark

Release Date: 04/10/2020

Cubs & ESPN play-by-play commentator Jon Cubs & ESPN play-by-play commentator Jon "Boog" Sciambi

Life At The Ballpark

Cubs & ESPN Play-by-play commentator Jon "Boog" Sciambi joins Life at the Ballpark to share stories about his career in the broadcast booth including with his encounters with the Phillie Phanatic, working with Rick Sutcliffe, and the one time he gave poor advice to Chipper Jones who let Boog know while he was still at bat. 

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KMOX Sports Director Tom Ackerman  show art KMOX Sports Director Tom Ackerman

Life At The Ballpark

KMOX Sports Director Tom Ackerman joins Life at the Ballpark to share some unique stories about St. Louis Cardinals’ legends. Tom also revisits the time when his father passed away during his high school years and then receiving a call from Bob Costas who went through a very relatable situation. 

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Cardinals broadcaster Mike Claiborne show art Cardinals broadcaster Mike Claiborne

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Cardinals broadcaster Mike Claiborne joins John Frost to tell stories and reminisce about Cardinals legend and Hall of Famer Lou Brock. 

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Los Angeles Dodgers historian Mark Langill show art Los Angeles Dodgers historian Mark Langill

Life At The Ballpark

Los Angeles Dodgers historian Mark Langill joins John Frost on the latest episode of Life at the Ballpark

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Bob Carpenter show art Bob Carpenter

Life At The Ballpark

Veteran play by play man Bob Carpenter shares stories about growing up a Cardinals' fan in St. Louis, about being mentored by Hall of Fame broadcaster Jack Buck, calling games for the World Champion Washington Nationals, and what it will be like for broadcasters and players in this unusual 60 game season.  

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Jim Sundberg show art Jim Sundberg

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Texas Rangers Hall of Famer Jim Sundberg shares stories from his 16 seasons in the big leagues, including playing for Billy Martin, and catching Nolan Ryan. Jim also shares about his new book "LEGACY PLAYBOOK; 50 Days Of Encouragement To Pass On What Matters Most."

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Bobby Richardson, part two show art Bobby Richardson, part two

Life At The Ballpark

Missing baseball?   Enjoy my conversation with New York Yankees’ legend Bobby Richardson, 7 time all star, and the only World Series MVP to play for the losing team.  He shares stories about the '61 home run race with Maris and Mantle, and about his relationship with The Mick which began when Bobby was 19 years old and culminated with his (and Bob Costas') famous eulogy at Mantle's funeral televised around the world.  

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Bobby Richardson of the New York Yankees show art Bobby Richardson of the New York Yankees

Life At The Ballpark

On this episode of Life at the Ballpark you’ll hear the story of a kid from South Carolina who at age 14 saw the movie "The Pride of the Yankees", the story of Lou Gehrig, and would one day stand on the very same spot at Yankee Stadium for Bobby Richardson Day where Lou gave his famous "I'm the luckiest guy" speech  

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Ben Frederickson (part 2) show art Ben Frederickson (part 2)

Life At The Ballpark

If you’re missing baseball during the pandemic, enjoy my conversation with Ben Frederickson who covers the St. Louis Cardinals. Ben shares what’s it like for a sportswriter when the answer to almost every question is “I Don’t know.” You’ll hear some great stories about Albert Pujols and Tony LaRussa, and we'll kick around some ideas of what the Cardinals' line up may look like when baseball begins play.  

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Ben Frederickson who covers the St. Louis Cardinals show art Ben Frederickson who covers the St. Louis Cardinals

Life At The Ballpark

What does a sportswriter write about when there are no sports?   Ben Frederickson shares his insight to covering the St. Louis Cardinals during this time without baseball.  

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On this episode of Life at the Ballpark you’ll hear the story of a high school phenom from Southern California, who signed his first professional contract at the age of 17 with the team he grew up rooting for and by one of the great characters in Dodger history. 

Hear how his major league debut coincided with the end of Sandy Koufax's Hall of Fame career!