Entertaining and candid conversations with former baseball players, musicians, comedians, actors for a wide-ranging audience of baseball enthusiasts and casual sports fans. Hosted by 16-year MLB veteran and former Chicago Cubs pitcher Ryan Dempster. (Marquee Sports Network Podcasts)
Cubs right fielder Jason Heyward joined Off The Mound with Ryan Dempster to give some updates from spring training, reflect on big career moments as an Atlanta Brave and as a Chicago Cub and provide more insight on the Players Alliance
Ryan Dempster welcomed former Cub Andre Dawson on Off The Mound to discuss workout routines, the history of free agency and the Andre Dawson Classic.
World Series champion and manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers Dave Roberts joined Off The Mound with Ryan Dempster Podcast for an extended conversation about social justice, winning the 2020 World Series and a must hear story about facing each other at Wrigley Field.
MLB Network analyst Harold Reynolds joined Off The Mound with Ryan Dempster to reflect on his 12-year MLB career and give some insight on Ernie Banks’ journey to becoming a Chicago Cub. Reynolds also gave some historical knowledge on the Negro League’s growth and impact on the city of Chicago as we celebrate Black History Month.
Former Cub and 1984 Cy Young winner Rick Sutcliffe joined Off The Mound with Ryan Dempster to tell hilarious stories from his professional career including how lifelong Cubs fan Bill Murray played a part in his first career stolen base. Sutcliffe also couldn't be happier for Jon "Boog" Sciambi to join Marquee Sports Network as the TV voice of the Cubs and can't wait to work with his former ESPN colleague.
Cubs center fielder Ian Happ joined Off The Mound with Ryan Dempster to share and reflect on the 2020 shortened season, how David Ross handled his first year as manager and how he is gearing up for the 2021 season.
Ryan is hilarious, and his guests are top-notch. Baseball fans, especially Cubs fans, will enjoy!
One suggestion Podcast is great
I really like the podcast but it would
Be nice if there were time stamps in the bottom that way I can fast forward to the player I want to hear instead of trying to find it but I do like the podcast keep it up