43 episodes

Three former somebodies, now just nobodies. An unfiltered, unscripted, unrehearsed show about baseball, beer, and quite frankly whatever else we feel like talking about. Listen when life is too serious. Hosted by Nathan Bishop, Scott Weber, and David Skiba. Follow us @DomeandBedlam on Twitter, read us and our friends at Dome And Bedlam Dot Com

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    • Sports
    • 4.6, 34 Ratings

Three former somebodies, now just nobodies. An unfiltered, unscripted, unrehearsed show about baseball, beer, and quite frankly whatever else we feel like talking about. Listen when life is too serious. Hosted by Nathan Bishop, Scott Weber, and David Skiba. Follow us @DomeandBedlam on Twitter, read us and our friends at Dome And Bedlam Dot Com

    Fields of Goldsmith

    Fields of Goldsmith

    The 2020 Mariners “season” is poised to launch in Houston. This will be unlike any baseball season any of us has experienced, and in uncertain times we all know there is one thing that can unite us, and it is Taco Bell.



    In that spirit of unity the podcast welcomes back our oldest and best-coiffed guest, Mariners play-by-play announcer Aaron Goldsmith. Aaron, Scott, David, and Nathan spend the first half of the show talking baseball in 2020, Felix’s departure, the State of the Franchise, Kyle Lewis, Jarred Kelenic and the Hall of Fame, and a whole lot more.



    The second half of the show is your Twitter Q&A, from ringing the Bell, trading Aaron for a Broadcaster To Be Named Later, Opening Day beanballs, and whatever other nonsense you gutter-dwelling, terminally-online fiends came up with.



    As always subscribe, give us five stars, and thanks for listening.



    (Music credits: We Hunt Buffalo, Phoebe Bridgers, Third Eye Blind)

    • 1 hr 26 min
    The Valley of the Shadow of Death

    The Valley of the Shadow of Death

    In honor of the impending season and its likely impending cancellation, Scott, Nathan, and David are back to talk about what it all means for YOU, erstwhile Seattle Mariners-aware podcast consumer.



    We chat about the pros and cons of a 60-game season, the sadness of MiLB’s cancellation, cognitive dissonance, and why on Earth we’ve decided to start an actual Seattle Mariners blog in the end times.



    The episode closes with some Twitter Q&A and a look forward. Don’t forget to subscribe and rate us five stars (please). New episodes every two weeks until the sun actually don’t shine, and the creek actually does rise.



    (Music credits: The Offspring, Hum, Kanye West)

    • 1 hr 6 min
    A Show About Nothing

    A Show About Nothing

    Welcome Back! After an on-brand absence David, Scott, & Nathan return for 2020 to preview the season for the Mar………to breakdown March Mad……..to bandwagon an NBA………
    Well, y’know y’all. It’s a scary world right now. We recorded this to give ourselves a break from it, and we hope it does that for a few of you. We love you all. Remember to love each other. It’s how we get through this.
    (Music credits: Hot Mulligan, Sturgill Simpson)

    • 56 min
    Talking Mariners for All to Hear

    Talking Mariners for All to Hear

    HEY! Sorry we were actually Too Drunk last episode to do the rock solid analysis you frankly deserve from our show. We capped it early for this one and sat down for a nice fireside chat about trading Omar Narvaez, the 2020 Mariners, and beyond. We hope you enjoy it, and that you have a wonderful holiday season with your loved ones!
    (Music Credits: The Weeknd, Sufjan Stevens, Disturbed)

    • 49 min
    The Pivot

    The Pivot

    The pod has woken up and found itself thirsty. Also we’ve found ourselves exhausted by the prospect of attempting to care more about another Mariners’ offseason than the team itself so WE’RE TALKING FOOTBALL. David, Scott, and Nathan sit down over dinner at David’s swanky new bachelor pad to talk Josh Gordon, Russell Wilson, and how you all don’t appreciate a good thing when you have you incredibly spoiled babies.



    (Music Credit: Hundredth, Caterina Valente, Mo Lowda and the Humble)

    • 57 min
    Live Charity Episode Pt. 2

    Live Charity Episode Pt. 2

    Part 2 of the live show is here!
    First segment features Maura Dooley and Stacy Rost of 710 ESPN Seattle, for a wide ranging discussion on sports media, rooting for actual good sports teams, and Jake Heaps slander.
    Our second and closing segment stars the Queen herself, Shannon Drayer. Shannon talks the first half, the upcoming second half, lets us chug beers midway through the talk, and then speaks to the challenges of covering and promoting baseball personalities in the analytical age.
    Again a huge thank you to all our guests, Josh our producer, Matt and the Masonry and mostly YOU for helping us raise FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS for Seattle Children’s Hospital. We are so grateful for you, you incredible idiots.

    • 1 hr 7 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

Dr. Banana Pancakes ,

Educational

I’ve learned so much from this podcast about brunch, alcohol, planes, and many other things! It’s perfect for Mariner fans because they hardly discuss the team and we could all use a little less of them. Better than counseling, 5/5!

squebos ,

Meh-riners

Bros think very highly of themselves and aren’t really funny but at least it’s baseball talk

Jrkuh ,

official cow review

the only bigger idiots than the people running the seattle mariners are the bros on this podcast.

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