Ivie League Prod

Ivie League Productions

×  

Follow This Show

Stay in the know about new episodes and updates.
Ivie League Productions is a new media channel dedicated to bringing you baseball talk on a regular basis. From the Baseball Bloggers Alliance show, BBA Baseball Talk, to the Kult of Mets Personalities and the UCB Radio Hour, there is a continuing flood of baseball comeing your way.

On-Demand Episodes

Join special hosts Chris Mitchell and Steve Keane along with a full schedule of guests for some talk about baseball from around the country.

Troy "Royalman" Olsen and Bill Ivie come out you live for an hour taking your calls and questions on the Good Team (Kansas City Royals) and the Bad Team (St Louis Cardinals).

This week, the team of writers will launch the website to the public, covering the Reds and Indians. Tonight, Mark and David will be joined by Greg Mitchell and Amy Ruberg, writers for BattleOfOhioBaseball.com to discuss the teams, their... more

The UCB is still buzzing about their grand weekend and the fact that baseball is back. Join Dathan as he breaks down the Padres and Pirates series, looks ahead to San Francisco, and, of course, talks about people that can't hit Mozeliak's... more

Join host Steve Keane of KranepoolSociety.com as he welcomes his guests, Jonah Keri author of the book The Extra 2 % How Wall Street Strategies Took a Major League Baseball Team from Worst to First (published by ESPN... more

Join Bill Ivie and Troy Olsen as they break down Royals and Cardinals news every week on I-70 Radio. This week, they will be joined by Pat Lackey from Where Have You Gone Andy Van Slyke and Paul Sporer from Eye Of The... more

Tonight on Battle Of Ohio Baseball, join Cyn Donnelly from toeingtherubber.com as she joins Dave and Mark to talk about the upcoming series with the Indians. The guys will also touch base on everything going on in the Reds and Indians... more

Join the gang from 9-11 pm

Join Jon Doble and Mike Metzger as the break down the opening series with the Padres, the prospects in the Cardinals organization and the approval ratings of the franchise.

Comments

 comments