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Players Throwing Balls Into Stands Too Dangerous?

Should baseball ban its players from throwing foul balls into the stands? After the recent tragedy in Texas, has throwing foul balls into the stands for souvenirs become too dangerous? Ballgame discusses this topic, takes calls from fans and reads emails to gather several different opinions. A strongly...

This One Counts

One of Baseball commissioner Bud Selig’s ideas was to essentially make the MLB All Star game count by putting home field advantage in the World Series on the line. Listen to Ballgame discuss why Selig may be looked at unfairly for his work with baseball. The topic of the All Star game leads into a...

Agree With the Fans?

Johnny Ballgame and Kevin Michaels recently discussed the vote leaders for the 2011 MLB All Star game. Michaels gives his take on who should be the starters at each position regardless of who the fans have voted for. Always a pleasure anytime Michaels swings by the show to give his opinion. Have a listen....

Baseball Hall of Lame

Don’t get too excited to take your kids to the Baseball Hall of Fame 15 years from now. Christine Brennan of USA Today feels Bud Selig should elimate records of players such as Barry Bonds, Mark McGuire and Sammy Sosa while most writers have already given steroid abusers no love in terms of Hall of...

30 Teams in 30 Days- Brought to you by Pepsi

The Johnny Ballgame Show will get you prepared for the upcoming 2011 Major League Baseball season with its 30 Teams in 30 Days daily segment, brought to you by Pepsi. Here is the audio clips from each segment up to this point. 30 Teams in 30 Days can be heard live daily at 5:05 pm on the Johnny Ballgame...

Roid Rant

Ballgame thinks he knows the real reason Barry Bonds (allegedly) used steroids. During a recent segment/rant on the program he shared his views on Bonds, Mark McGwire and the steroid era in general. A fun rant we think deserved a place on the website for listeners that may have missed the original airing....

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