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EPISODE 43: Luke Hamilton and Brian Hertzog - College, Minor League, and International Baseball Umpires The Globally Ballin Podcast

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Together, Luke Hamilton and Brian Hertzog refer to themselves as the "Luke Brian Tour." Their names coupled with the fact that they "tour" the world doing various baseball umpiring gigs results in their nickname. 

I won't ask you, but, instead, I will admit that I have yelled far too many times at umpires convinced that they missed a call either on purpose or out of lack of ability and thousands more times silently in my head. I'm sure you all have experienced this as well. You may have wanted to immediately take back what you said. Maybe you hoped they didn't hear you. Maybe you even went to apologize to them later. The thing is though, you are not the first nor will you be the last to yell at these men and women trying to honestly do their jobs. Why do we yell? I bet if it was all computerized we wouldn't yell right? How does it feel to be the umpire being yelled at? What about when, as an umpire, you are yelled at and you were actually wrong, then what? All these questions and more including discussions on a general view of baseball around the world witnessed from a new perspective (the eyes of an umpire) on this episode of The Globally Ballin Podcast; don't miss it.

A special thank you is in order to our guests for this episode, Brian Hertzog and Luke Hamilton. Also, thank you to our sponsors and partners, Stanley Customs (Instagram @stanley_customs) as well as Creating Young Minds and the Lewisville Yellowjackets of TBL. Also, thank you listeners for all of your support. Your support is the reason we are able to continue this.

Now, if you would like to help us out in other ways so that we may be able to bring more content to you weekly, here are a few things to consider:


A rating on Apple Podcasts 
A review on Apple Podcasts 
Follow on Social Media 


Facebook.com/globallyballin 
Instagram @globallyballinofficial 
Twitter @globallyballin 


Tell a friend about the show 
Message us with suggestions and/or requests 
Check out our Patreon page to see if there is a plan for you at Patreon.com/globallyballin

In the end, simply listening to this podcast is a blessing on its own. Thank you all, stay safe, stay healthy, and please enjoy this week’s episode.


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/globallyballin/support

Together, Luke Hamilton and Brian Hertzog refer to themselves as the "Luke Brian Tour." Their names coupled with the fact that they "tour" the world doing various baseball umpiring gigs results in their nickname. 

I won't ask you, but, instead, I will admit that I have yelled far too many times at umpires convinced that they missed a call either on purpose or out of lack of ability and thousands more times silently in my head. I'm sure you all have experienced this as well. You may have wanted to immediately take back what you said. Maybe you hoped they didn't hear you. Maybe you even went to apologize to them later. The thing is though, you are not the first nor will you be the last to yell at these men and women trying to honestly do their jobs. Why do we yell? I bet if it was all computerized we wouldn't yell right? How does it feel to be the umpire being yelled at? What about when, as an umpire, you are yelled at and you were actually wrong, then what? All these questions and more including discussions on a general view of baseball around the world witnessed from a new perspective (the eyes of an umpire) on this episode of The Globally Ballin Podcast; don't miss it.

A special thank you is in order to our guests for this episode, Brian Hertzog and Luke Hamilton. Also, thank you to our sponsors and partners, Stanley Customs (Instagram @stanley_customs) as well as Creating Young Minds and the Lewisville Yellowjackets of TBL. Also, thank you listeners for all of your support. Your support is the reason we are able to continue this.

Now, if you would like to help us out in other ways so that we may be able to bring more content to you weekly, here are a few things to consider:


A rating on Apple Podcasts 
A review on Apple Podcasts 
Follow on Social Media 


Facebook.com/globallyballin 
Instagram @globallyballinofficial 
Twitter @globallyballin 


Tell a friend about the show 
Message us with suggestions and/or requests 
Check out our Patreon page to see if there is a plan for you at Patreon.com/globallyballin

In the end, simply listening to this podcast is a blessing on its own. Thank you all, stay safe, stay healthy, and please enjoy this week’s episode.


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/globallyballin/support

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