Spring Training is finally here! Tune in to today's episode of the podcast as Trey Lyle and I break down the biggest news from the first week of Spring Training, including Fernando Tatis Jr.'s contract, Albert Pujols potentially retiring and much more!
Plus, we get into opening weekend of college baseball and the top 10 players in MLB right now.
We are just days away from the beginning of the 2021 NCAA baseball season. Since Trey and I are graduates of Virginia Tech, we decided to put together a season preview for the Hokies. Joining us on this week's episode of the podcast is Cory Van Dyke, baseball beat writer for Tech Sideline. He helps us break down the roster, schedule and everything else you need to know for this VT baseball season.
Plus, Mariah returns for the second edition of "So You Don't Like Beer, Huh?" Today we taste and review the Jam Up Boysenberry and Blackberry Dry Hopped Sour from Collective Arts Brewing.
Cory Van Dyke joins the show today to recap the 2020 MLB Draft and some of the best prospects he's gotten to see. Plus, we discuss the Virginia Tech players taken in the draft and how that will affect the program.
We also wrap up our Best Seasons blog series and talk about MLB's return to play, which involves a 60-game season scheduled to begin on July 23 or 24. Tune in for all that and more on this week's episode!
The MLB Draft begins tonight, so we've got you covered on today's episode. We talk about some of the top prospects, a Virginia Tech pitcher who could be drafted and the consequences of a shortened draft.
Plus, Trey and I discuss David Wright's Hall of Fame chances, the latest MLB season proposal and the Twitter Triple Crown of the week. Tune in for all of that on this week's episode!
David Cunningham joins the podcast today to discuss the latest on the Coastal Plain League season and his excitement to be the voice of the Peninsula Pilots. Plus, we talk about Virginia Tech's new School of Communication, what it means for journalism students and the strides the communication program is taking in Blacksburg.
Trey and I also catch you up on the latest on the MLB return to play plan, which is looking more optimistic this week. Tune in below! ⬇️
Trey Lyle returns to co-host this week's episode as we discuss MLB's failure to market its superstars. Every other professional sports league seems to understand how to promote its players, so why can't MLB do the same? And why are the best players in the league relatively unknown to the general public?
Plus we take a look at Dustin Pedroia's Hall of Fame candidacy, and we have our first disagreement in our Hall of Fame series. Tune in below for all that and more! ⬇️
Matt Atkins, Journalism Major and Baseball fan.