17 episodes

Founded in the back bedroom of a row-home in Juniata Park, we've long embodied the 'rough around the edges' underdog mentality that residents of Philly find so endearing. Our determination, perseverance, and ability to ultimately gain recognition by Major League Baseball as Philly's first independent media outlet to earn press credentials is a tribute to our passion for covering baseball in the Philly region.

Philadelphia Baseball Review Podcast Philadelphia Baseball Review

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Founded in the back bedroom of a row-home in Juniata Park, we've long embodied the 'rough around the edges' underdog mentality that residents of Philly find so endearing. Our determination, perseverance, and ability to ultimately gain recognition by Major League Baseball as Philly's first independent media outlet to earn press credentials is a tribute to our passion for covering baseball in the Philly region.

    Guest: John Gallante (Tri-State Elite Umpiring & Perfect Game) | Ep. 14

    Guest: John Gallante (Tri-State Elite Umpiring & Perfect Game) | Ep. 14

    John Gallante is the President/Founder/Assignor of Tri-State Elite Umpires Association. He also is Regional Umpiring Director for Perfect Game.

    We discuss the new umpiring deal struck between Tri-State and the Philadelphia Catholic League, plus his thoughts on the state of umpiring. We also explore the growing tournament culture and what makes for a good experience.

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    About the Philadelphia Baseball Review
    Our purpose is to grow the sport in the region while covering the countless storylines, especially at the amateur level, that large mainstream media outlets ignore. With over two dozen college programs in our coverage area, nearly a hundred high schools in Philadelphia, and three high-caliber adult leagues (Delco, Perky, Pendel), there is plenty to cover.

    About Patrick Gordon
    Patrick Gordon is an award-winning journalist and has covered baseball for nearly two decades. He has a Masters in journalism and has worked with various news outlets in the region. His work has appeared in dozens of publications across the country, including Baseball America, MLB.com, Sports Collectors Monthly, the Philadelphia Daily News and the Las Vegas Sun. Gordon also is a member of the Internet Baseball Writers Association of America (IBWAA), the National College Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), and has served on the executive board of the Pennsylvania School Press Association (PSPA).

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    • 42 min
    Guest: Brett Kazatsky (Fishtown Card Show) | Ep. 13

    Guest: Brett Kazatsky (Fishtown Card Show) | Ep. 13

    Brett Kazatsky is the founder and promoter of the Fishtown Card Show. An avid sports card collector himself, he's hustling to grow the card community throughout the Philadelphia region.

    The next Fishtown Card Show will be held on Sunday, August 28th at Rivers Casino on Delaware Avenue with more than 120 tables of cards and memorbilia. You can purchase tickets here.

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    About the Philadelphia Baseball Review
    Our purpose is to grow the sport in the region while covering the countless storylines, especially at the amateur level, that large mainstream media outlets ignore. With over two dozen college programs in our coverage area, nearly a hundred high schools in Philadelphia, and three high-caliber adult leagues (Delco, Perky, Pendel), there is plenty to cover.

    About Patrick Gordon
    Patrick Gordon is an award-winning journalist and has covered baseball for nearly two decades. He has a Masters in journalism and has worked with various news outlets in the region. His work has appeared in dozens of publications across the country, including Baseball America, MLB.com, Sports Collectors Monthly, the Philadelphia Daily News and the Las Vegas Sun. Gordon also is a member of the Internet Baseball Writers Association of America (IBWAA), the National College Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), and has served on the executive board of the Pennsylvania School Press Association (PSPA).

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    Other Media Mentioned in this Episode
    Cousins Collectables Podcast: https://apple.co/3CpD8DR

    • 57 min
    Guest: Chris Stasuk (The Center for Athletes in Motion) | Ep. 12

    Guest: Chris Stasuk (The Center for Athletes in Motion) | Ep. 12

    Chris Stasuk is Vice President and Co-Founder of Angels - The Center for Athletes In Motion. He has been involved in various youth sports for the past 8 years and is heavily involved in the amateur baseball scene in suburban Philadelphia.

    Follow Angels The Center for Athletes In Motion on social media: Twitter.


    Please enjoy!

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    About the Philadelphia Baseball Review
    Our purpose is to grow the sport in the region while covering the countless storylines, especially at the amateur level, that large mainstream media outlets ignore. With over two dozen college programs in our coverage area, nearly a hundred high schools in Philadelphia, and three high-caliber adult leagues (Delco, Perky, Pendel), there is plenty to cover.

    About Patrick Gordon
    Patrick Gordon is an award-winning journalist and has covered baseball for nearly two decades. He has a Masters in journalism and has worked with various news outlets in the region. His work has appeared in dozens of publications across the country, including Baseball America, MLB.com, Sports Collectors Monthly, the Philadelphia Daily News and the Las Vegas Sun. Gordon also is a member of the Internet Baseball Writers Association of America (IBWAA), the National College Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), and has served on the executive board of the Pennsylvania School Press Association (PSPA).

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    • 1 hr 8 min
    The Weekly Philadelphia College Baseball Show | Ep. 3

    The Weekly Philadelphia College Baseball Show | Ep. 3

    A look around the local Philadelphia college baseball scene with insights, interviews, and more.

    Saint Joseph's catcher Andrew Cossetti stops by to talk about the Hawks success in the early going, plus how he feels as Saint Joseph's new career homerun king.

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    About the Philadelphia Baseball Review
    Our purpose is to grow the sport in the region while covering the countless storylines, especially at the amateur level, that large mainstream media outlets ignore. With over two dozen college programs in our coverage area, nearly a hundred high schools in Philadelphia, and three high-caliber adult leagues (Delco, Perky, Pendel), there is plenty to cover.

    About Patrick Gordon
    Patrick Gordon is an award-winning journalist and has covered baseball for nearly two decades. He has a Masters in journalism and has worked with various news outlets in the region. His work has appeared in dozens of publications across the country, including Baseball America, MLB.com, Sports Collectors Monthly, the Philadelphia Daily News and the Las Vegas Sun. Gordon also is a member of the Internet Baseball Writers Association of America (IBWAA), the National College Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), and has served on the executive board of the Pennsylvania School Press Association (PSPA).

    Connect with the Philadelphia Baseball Review
    Sign up for our daily (twice a week in the offseason) NEWSLETTER: https://bit.ly/3nqcsLi
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    Visit the Philadelphia Baseball Review WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/3Csxc9x
    Follow the Philadelphia Baseball Review on TWITTER: https://bit.ly/30yWtBC
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    • 16 min
    Guest: Bill Slaymaker | Ep. 11

    Guest: Bill Slaymaker | Ep. 11

    Bill Slaymaker is the Project Lead for the Horsham Miracle Field. In this episode of the Philadelphia Baseball Review Podcast we talk about his fundraising efforts, why Miracle Fields are important, and how you can get involved and help in the process of bringing a beautiful accessible complex to suburban Philadelphia.

    Show Notes: https://www.philadelphiabaseballreview.com/2022/03/horsham-miracle-field.html

    Visit the Horsham Miracle Field Website at www.horshammiraclefield.com.

    Please enjoy!

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    About the Philadelphia Baseball Review
    Our purpose is to grow the sport in the region while covering the countless storylines, especially at the amateur level, that large mainstream media outlets ignore. With over two dozen college programs in our coverage area, nearly a hundred high schools in Philadelphia, and three high-caliber adult leagues (Delco, Perky, Pendel), there is plenty to cover.

    About Patrick Gordon
    Patrick Gordon is an award-winning journalist and has covered baseball for nearly two decades. He has a Masters in journalism and has worked with various news outlets in the region. His work has appeared in dozens of publications across the country, including Baseball America, MLB.com, Sports Collectors Monthly, the Philadelphia Daily News and the Las Vegas Sun.

    Gordon also is a member of the Internet Baseball Writers Association of America (IBWAA), the National College Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), and has served on the executive board of the Pennsylvania School Press Association (PSPA).

    Connect with the Philadelphia Baseball Review
    Sign up for our daily (twice a week in the offseason) newsletter: bit.ly/3nqcsLi
    Visit the Philadelphia Baseball Review PODCAST: bit.ly/30DWEfu
    Visit the Philadelphia Baseball Review WEBSITE: bit.ly/3Csxc9x
    Follow the Philadelphia Baseball Review on TWITTER: bit.ly/30yWtBC
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    • 49 min
    Guest: Phil Dixon | Ep. 10

    Guest: Phil Dixon | Ep. 10

    Phil Dixon is a respected author and historian with a focus on Negro League Baseball. He's published several books, including .an entire game-by-game account of the 1905 Philadelphia Giants. He's also completed several book and educational tours and also played a pivotal role in the founding of the Negro League Musuem in Kansas City.

    Please enjoy!

    SHOWNOTES

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    About the Philadelphia Baseball Review
    Our purpose is to grow the sport in the region while covering the countless storylines, especially at the amateur level, that large mainstream media outlets ignore. With over two dozen college programs in our coverage area, nearly a hundred high schools in Philadelphia, and three high-caliber adult leagues (Delco, Perky, Pendel), there is plenty to cover.

    About Patrick Gordon
    Patrick Gordon is an award-winning journalist and has covered baseball for nearly two decades. He has a Masters in journalism and has worked with various news outlets in the region. His work has appeared in dozens of publications across the country, including Baseball America, MLB.com, Sports Collectors Monthly, the Philadelphia Daily News and the Las Vegas Sun. Gordon also is a member of the Internet Baseball Writers Association of America (IBWAA), the National College Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), and has served on the executive board of the Pennsylvania School Press Association (PSPA).

    Connect with the Philadelphia Baseball Review
    Sign up for our daily (twice a week in the offseason) NEWSLETTER: https://bit.ly/3nqcsLi
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    Visit the Philadelphia Baseball Review WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/3Csxc9x
    Follow the Philadelphia Baseball Review on TWITTER: https://bit.ly/30yWtBC
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    • 1 hr 14 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
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2 Ratings

gerbilalley ,

Great show

One of the best local baseball podcasts in the nation. If you have a connection to baseball in Philly, this is for you.

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