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Japan Baseball Weekly Podcast – 4-2 …

Vol. 8.08, Jim Allen and John E. Gibson discuss a terrific interview with Casey McGehee of the Yomiuri Giants, talk about the first two games of opening weekend for each series and more.

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[Edited by: jgibson on Apr 2, 2018 5:13 PM]
Re: JBW: McGehee, Opening Weekend, Notes – 4-2 …
[ Author: Guest: Stefan | Posted: Apr 5, 2018 2:18 AM ]

Hey guys, thank you very much for an awesome episode of the podcast!

I just stumbled across your work and you definitely have a new international listener.
One small remark from my side: if you have a guest like Mr. McGehee on your show, it would be awesome to briefly mention his Baseball past. I am not so deep into the subject matter (yet) and it would help me a lot if you guys could tell something about his previous stops.

Something rly short like: he is XX years old, played for "..." in the MLB and "..." in the NPB.

Anyways - keep up the great work and all the best from Germany
Re: JBW: McGehee, Opening Weekend, Notes – 4-2 …
[ Author: jgibson | Posted: Apr 7, 2018 9:41 PM ]

Understood. Thanks so much for taking the time ....

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