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On The 27th Inning listen to former Major League Baseball players, coaches and other personnel talk about their time in The Show, the game today, and what they have been doing since their retirement.

The 27th Inning Michael Grennell

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On The 27th Inning listen to former Major League Baseball players, coaches and other personnel talk about their time in The Show, the game today, and what they have been doing since their retirement.

    The 27th Inning Season 2 Trailer

    The 27th Inning Season 2 Trailer

    Listen to some clips from the first season of The 27th Inning, as Season 2 begins on Jan. 26 with new episodes out every Wednesday.


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    Tom and Gina Satriano: Father Catcher Daughter Pitcher

    Tom and Gina Satriano: Father Catcher Daughter Pitcher

    Tom Satriano was a catcher for the Los Angeles Angels. Gina Satriano was a pitcher for the Colorado Silver Bullets women's professional baseball team. On this week's episode of The 27th Inning, you'll hear from the father-daughter baseball duo, as they share their thoughts on each others professional careers, memories of some of the notable players they interacted with over the years, Tom's thoughts on the Angels today and the USC Trojans, and Gina's work with the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.

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    Mark Gubicza: The Philadelphia Kid That Became Kansas City Royalty

    Mark Gubicza: The Philadelphia Kid That Became Kansas City Royalty

    For 14 years, Mark Gubicza did one thing — pitch in Major League Baseball. On today's episode, the 1985 World Series champion and current Los Angeles Angels broadcaster joins us to talk about his career with the Royals, memories of friends and teammates, and the interactions he's had with fans, as well as giving his thoughts on the Angels' 2021 season and the 2021 playoffs.

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    Scott Bradley: West Coast Catcher, East Coast Coach

    Scott Bradley: West Coast Catcher, East Coast Coach

    He grew up in New Jersey and was drafted by the New York Yankees, but former catcher Scott Bradley would spend the majority of his career playing for the Seattle Mariners. In this week's episode, Bradley talks about being drafted by the Yankees, his memories of former teammates and coaches, what it was like playing in the Kingdome and catching Randy Johnson's first no-hitter. On the verge of entering his 25th season as the Princeton Tigers head coach, Bradley also talks about his coaching career and what he does to help develop his players.

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    Jerry Crasnick: Banned From the Dining Room Because of a Saint Bernard

    Jerry Crasnick: Banned From the Dining Room Because of a Saint Bernard

    Former Cincinnati Post and ESPN writer Jerry Crasnick joins the show this week to talk about his career writing about Major League Baseball. He shares stories from his beginnings covering Boston sports, to his time in Cincinnati where he wrote about Pete Rose's gambling suspension, the 1990 World Series and Marge Schott's Saint Bernard, and his time at ESPN and new career with the MLB Players Association. Along the way he also offers advice for those who dream of entering the field of sports journalism and shares some of his favorite stories that he's written.


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    Landon Powell: Overcoming Injuries to Catch Perfection

    Landon Powell: Overcoming Injuries to Catch Perfection

    On May 9, 2010, Landon Powell became one of 22 men in Major League Baseball history to catch a perfect game. But before he reached that moment, a minor league career plagued with injuries threatened to keep him from ever appearing in a major league game. On this week's episode of The 27th Inning, Powell joins the show to talk about his journey to overcome several major leg injuries that threatened his career. Along the way, you'll hear his memories of playing in the College World Series with South Carolina, his thoughts on being a part of baseball history, and his work now as the head coach of the North Greenville University baseball team. 


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