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The Infinite Inning

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The Infinite Inning is not only about baseball but a state of mind.

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TABLE CONTENTS Tall Tales of Josh Gibson*Call-In Radio and WAR*Will Leitch: Productivity*Writing while disappointed*Don't check the numbers*Cutting High School Memories*Why social media?*Cookies from Twitter*Jaded in the press... more

TABLE OF CONTENTS Hartnett, Landis, and Capone*Willie Montanez: Tap-Tap*Jesse Spector: Rockies players like tacos and chess*Pregame non-conversations with Derek Jeter and Paul O'Neill at the old Yankee... more

TABLE OF CONTENTS Ken Hunt's Half-Season of Glory*Jack Morris/Yoenis Cespedes*More on Luke Heimlich*Cliff Corcoran: Diseases of cattle and ballplayers*The pointlessness of trade coverage*Trades that ripple through... more

Mary Craig (Baseball Prospectus, The Hardball Times podcast) returns to talk Manny Machado, Papa John-style privilege, and the Home Run Derby. Plus, Steve tells stories of a Hall of Famer with a bigger heart than Josh Hader and... more

Steve is joined by Christopher Bonanos, author of Flash: The Making of Weegee the Famous to discuss the photographic great who documented what went on in the naked city, the nighttime New York of the 1930s and 40s, after... more

Business of baseball writer Maury Brown (Forbes) joins Steve to talk about the future of labor relations in the game, the shift from television to on-line viewing, the stadium-financing boondoggle, and more, plus tales of Pepper Martin... more

Sam Miller (ESPN, Baseball Prospectus, The Only Rule is It Has to Work) joins Steve to talk about joy in baseball, which fun facts matter and which don't, and how to alienate your colleagues your first day on the baseball beat. Plus,... more

Steve flies solo in an attenuated episode this week which focuses on current events that take place outside of baseball but find their echoes within in it. WARNING: A disgusting racial epithet concerning African Americans is quoted in... more

Eric Stephen (True Blue LA) returns to explain the strange odyssey of the 2018 Dodgers, plus this year's Orioles versus your great-grandfather's Browns, bad fan behavior in 1970s Pittsburgh, and a Yankees tugboat not delivered. TABLE OF... more

Cliff Corcoran (The Athletic) returns to talk baseball, and then is joined by film critic Scott Tobias (The Next Picture Show podcast) to talk about ?Solo,? the Star Wars and Marvel franchises, and the curse of the summer movie season. Prior,... more

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