We survived a dark Winter and with Spring upon us, so is baseball! The three revered baseball experts from ASP Stuff Radio dust off their cleats, strap on their jock strap and their COVID masks (or the same thing for Kap) and break down the game like no one else can. As they hustle to first, they analyze potential analytics-driven rule changes to the game and why they’re being considered. As they turn to second, they hone in on the Giants and take a swing at guessing the opening day roster. They ask philosophical questions like, will this lineup be good enough to compete with the top teams in the league like the Doyers and Padres? Or will they fall flat on their face in another pandemic-filled season? Why won’t the baseball fly like it used to, what are key things to watch for on the Giants this year, and why would the Giants diss the great Donovan Solano? Finally, as fast as a MadBum snot rocket, they round third and head for home to make their season win total predictions. See who actually projects 100 wins for this team! Move over Dodgers! You still only have one World Series this century.
Baseball Organ music by Anthony Ouradnik. Visit www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFR3S6jN0Ng and watch him play.
“Night in Venice” by Kevin MacLeod
“Elephants On Parade” by Podington Bear (Free Music Archive)
“Well Tempered Clavier, Book I, BWV 846-869 – Prelude in Fugue No. 12 in F minor” by J.S. Bach (Royalty free music. Public domain and copyright free classical music)
“Keg Baseball” by Centz