1 hr 4 min

Episode 1-18: Stick a Fork in the Angels; They're Done‪?‬ Super Halo Bros. - A Los Angeles Angels Podcast

    • Baseball

On this episode, The Super Halo Bros. discuss whether or not the Los Angeles Angels still have hope for their season and take a look at the 2003 Florida Marlins and the 2019 Washington Nationals, two teams who were able to turn it around at this point and win the World Series. Looking ahead to the current New York Yankees series and matchups against the Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, and Seattle Mariners, Mike and Jon talk about the kinds of headlines they'd like to see after the MLB All-Star Break. Plus, some big news for the Angels organization, as the family of Tyler Skaggs presented a lawsuit for negligence, gross negligence, and wrongful death against the team. It's a difficult situation that will be felt to the core of the fanbase, and Mike and Jon share their thoughts on the matter. Then, why do Dodger fans insist on letting Angels fans live in their head, rent-free? The Bros. have had enough, and explain how the Dodgers' fanbase needs a reality check. Of course, we can't go an episode without talking about Shohei Ohtani, and the guys share which players they are reminded of when Ohtani is at the plate and takes the mound. Finally, the brothers share their earliest Halo memories! Don't forget to follow the Super Halo Bros. on Twitter and Instagram @superhalobros!


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On this episode, The Super Halo Bros. discuss whether or not the Los Angeles Angels still have hope for their season and take a look at the 2003 Florida Marlins and the 2019 Washington Nationals, two teams who were able to turn it around at this point and win the World Series. Looking ahead to the current New York Yankees series and matchups against the Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, and Seattle Mariners, Mike and Jon talk about the kinds of headlines they'd like to see after the MLB All-Star Break. Plus, some big news for the Angels organization, as the family of Tyler Skaggs presented a lawsuit for negligence, gross negligence, and wrongful death against the team. It's a difficult situation that will be felt to the core of the fanbase, and Mike and Jon share their thoughts on the matter. Then, why do Dodger fans insist on letting Angels fans live in their head, rent-free? The Bros. have had enough, and explain how the Dodgers' fanbase needs a reality check. Of course, we can't go an episode without talking about Shohei Ohtani, and the guys share which players they are reminded of when Ohtani is at the plate and takes the mound. Finally, the brothers share their earliest Halo memories! Don't forget to follow the Super Halo Bros. on Twitter and Instagram @superhalobros!


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This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jon-frisch/support

1 hr 4 min