Legendary baseball scout Gary Hughes of the Boston Red Sox and @Broadcastermick (Mick Gillispie) Chicago Cubs Spring Training Voice talk about the Cubs 2015 spring training broadcast schedule. The problem players deal with lifting weights in the off season. Gambling in baseball and should Pete Rose reinstated. Listen Now-Click Here Hot Stove Baseball Podcast
Click Here to Listen- Hot Stove Baseball Podcast 5th Inning Legendary baseball scout Gary Hughes of the Boston Red Sox and @Broadcastermick (Mick Gillispie) Chicago Cubs Spring Training Voice remembers the late Cubs legend Ernie Banks. Major League Baseball will look at banning the shift with new Commissioner Rob Manfred. The 2015 Hall of Fame […]
Legendary baseball scout Gary Hughes and @Broadcastermick (Mick Gillispie) talk about the best off-season movers and shakers in Major League Baseball, including the rise of San Diego and the rebuild in Philadelphia. Babe Ruth was sold to the Yankees 97 years ago today and his memorabilia still brings big money. Baseball lost […]
Baseball America Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Gary Hughes and Smokies Broadcaster Mick Gillispie host the Hot Stove Baseball Podcast for the third consecutive off season. Click to listen-Hot Stove Baseball Podcast Inning 3 The podcast starts with Mick and Gary discussing the Toronto Blue Jays CEO job search. White Sox Vice President Kenny Williams and […]
The ‘Happy Thanksgiving’ edition of the podcast starts with Gary Hughes and Mick Gillispie recapping all the moves made by his Boston Redsox. They include the signings of both Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval to bolster the offense. Where will these guys fit into the Boston line-up? In segment two the conversation swings to free […]
Gary and Mick get the Hot Stove Baseball Podcast started less then one week after the World Series. The show starts with a look back at the Kansas City Royals. How their improbable run to the Fall Classic started with a rally in the wildcard game against Oakland. Then the guys touch on San Francisco. […]
On this date in baseball history, the Beatles gave their final full concert at Candlestick Park in San Francisco in 1966.
James Rowe sits down with Boomer Dangel calling in from Syracuse, New York about the recent Smokies losing streak, preview the series against Chattanooga, and much more in this potential final episode of Smokies Now.
Relive some of the best moments from the 2014 season with our collection of video recaps.
On August 24, 1945, service to club could finally take precedence over service to country for Bob Feller. Mick Gillispie told the story of the Hall of Fame pitcher’s return to the Major Leagues from World War Two service during the sixth inning of Tennessee’s game with the Jacksonville Suns on Sunday.