Welcome to The Jeremy Mitchell Show. Founder of Mitchell Bat Co shares stories and interviews of awesome people who have done extraordinary things.
New York Mets star Darryl Strawberry stopped by The Jeremy Mitchell Show. It was an honor to talk to my favorite All-Time player. We talked about Faith and baseball. Stay until the end because I'm pretty sure I asked Darryl a question he's never been asked before.
Jon Schieszer, Comedian & Sportsaholix Podcast co-host
Jon Schieszer and I talk about the World Series, Bryce Harper and his stand-up comedy career. Check out Jon's stuff at jonishere.com.
Lisa Cooper, Ebbets Field Flannels co-founder
Jeremy Mitchell (Founder of Mitchell Bat Co.) interviews Lisa Cooper, the co-founder of Ebbets Field Flannels.
Baseball Card Vandals - Decent jokes on worthless cards, posted fresh daily.
Jeremy Mitchell (Founder of Mitchell Bat Co.) interviews the creators of Baseball Card Vandals, Beau and Bryan Abbott.
The Mitchell Bat Co Story; Part 1
On this episode of the Jeremy Mitchell Show I tell the start of the Mitchell Bat Co story. This is Part 1. More to come. Thank you for listening.
Tom DiPace, MLB photographer who shot the original Upper Deck baseball cards and Beckett Magazine
On this episode, Mitchell Bat Co founder Jeremy Mitchell interviews Major League Baseball and NFL photographer Tom DiPace. Tom's photos can be seen on late 80’s and early 90’s baseball cards for companies such as Upper Deck, Topps and Donruss. His photos have also graced the covers of Sports Illustrated, Beckett Magazine, Baseball America and more.
Inspiring story. Great pod. Highly recommend
The picture of making your passion your work
Jeremy is such a raw talent in a multitude of areas, although what makes him an epic human is his heart and how he threads it into each new undertaking. Whether it’s taking a massive leap of faith to form a company in his living room crafting beautiful works of baseball bat art, or bringing great minds together for pure podcast perfection, Jeremy inspires people to be their best selves (this dude included).
Keep being great, Mr. Mitchell!
I love being able to hear Jeremy’s heart for the creative process behind baseball, business and design. Great podcast!