Fadeaway is a storytelling podcast that brings the colorful characters and exciting history of our National Pastime to life inside your headphones, hosted by baseball historian Eric Enders. Follow us on Twitter @FadeawayPod or visit www.fadeawaypodcast.com.
Episode 8: Tim Raines: A Love Story
Barred from playing for the first month of the 1987 season, Tim Raines returned with a legendary game, helping to spark a legendary love story.
Episode 7: The Big Drabowsky
Moe Drabowsky escaped Poland at the start of the Third Reich, became baseball's most acclaimed prankster, and authored the most spectacular relief pitching performance in World Series history.
Episode 6: Nine Reasons
Sandy Koufax, Vin Scully, and the Dodgers of the 1960s changed baseball forever, becoming the most influential franchise in the history of the game.
Episode 5: The Catch
With a contagious smile, a sweet left-handed swing, and an iconic rookie card, Ken Griffey Jr. was the emblematic baseball player of his generation.
Episode 4: Tigers Burning Bright
As manager Mickey Cochrane and his Tigers thrilled Detroit by day, a secret KKK-like gang called the Black Legion terrorized the city at night.
Episode 3: See That He Behaves
George McQuillan was the Doc Gooden of the Deadball Era — the brightest young pitcher in baseball until a series of scandals and personal problems brought his career crashing to a halt.
What a find in time of COVID void
This podcast! Eric Enders loads the bases with baseball, history and stories then hits a grand slam with his technique. This description may be baseball corny but I promise, this podcast is anything but....
Top notch. Excellent choice of topics. Research is outstanding. Well presented. Everything to like about these. Would enjoy another season.
Best Baseball History Podcast!
My only complaint is... we need another season!!! This is a wonderful podcast. Well edited, great stories, great research. I can’t say enough good things about this. If you’re a baseball fan, press play!