The PosCast with Joe Posnanski & Michael Schur

Sports, drafts and nonsense with Joe Posnanski and The Good Place's Michael Schur.

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Checking in on the Browns with Joe Thomas and Remembering Baseball Greats with Bob Kendrick


Joe Posnanski welcomes in Cleveland Brown legend, 10-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle and current NFL Network analyst, Joe Thomas. They discuss Thomas’ life after football and what he’s enjoyed most about becoming an analyst.  Plus, the Browns are 4-1 (that’s not a typo!) Thomas talks about the team’s success this season as well as the rise in offense around the NFL...


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Talking Postseason Baseball with Mike Vaccaro


Joe Posnanski welcomes in friend of 28 years and award-winning sports columnist at the New York Post, Mike Vaccaro. The two start the show by remembering Eddie Van Halen as well as the countless great baseball players we have lost this year. Before diving into the postseason, Mike discusses New York’s championship drought across the sports landscape and what it’s been like covering these teams over the past decade...


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The Jeff Garlin Experience… with Jeff Garlin


No description can do this episode justice. Comedian Jeff Garlin joins Joe Posnanski and Michael Schur to discuss just about everything. They talk about the NBA, the baseball postseason, cardboard cutouts, team’s making bad decisions, A-Rod on TV, the Marlins’ unidentifiable roster and of course Jeff’s Cubs. Plus, you aren’t going to want to miss this office supplies draft. Let’s just say Jeff wasn’t too happy with commissioner Roger Goodell’s ruling. Learn more about your ad choices...


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episode 184: MLB Playoff Picture & Going Behind the Lens with Anthony Castrovince & Andrew Bernstein


Joe Posnanski welcomes in longtime friend and MLB.com reporter, Anthony Castrovince to preview the 16-team postseason. They discuss all of the weirdness from the regular season and how the moves (or lack of moves) at the trade deadline could have a big impact on this year’s playoff format. Plus, they give their AL and NL predictions and of course talk a little Bruce Springsteen. Later in the show, legendary sports photographer Andrew Bernstein joins Joe from the NBA bubble...


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episode 183: Sports Lessons & Rock Stars with Jason Kander


Joe Posnanski and Michael Schur welcome back bestselling author and host of the Majority 54 podcast, Jason Kander. They discuss some of the most famous missed calls in sports and the life lessons that come from them. Plus, while Joe checks in on the Cleveland Browns, Jason discusses the excitement of being a Chiefs’ fan. Finally, they draft American rockstars, or at least that’s what Mike and Joe are drafting, we’re not sure about Jason.


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 2020-09-18  1h47m
 
 

episode 182: Assessing the Standings with Brandon McCarthy


Believe it or not, postseason baseball is almost here! Brandon McCarthy joins Joe Posnanski to talk about all of the weirdness in the standings. Plus, should ties exist in baseball? Is the pitch clock here to stay? What players have really caught their attention in this short season? They discuss it all, as well as Joe’s fascination for untangling things.


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 2020-09-11  1h36m
 
 

episode 181: The Ellen and Alan Show


Ellen Adair and Alan Sepinwall are back for a “podcast screwball comedy” as Joe Posnanski would call it. Alan is forced to answer what’s been going on with the Yankees while Ellen tries to explain why she drafted Luke Voit in fantasy. The group then discusses other teams they are watching heading into the postseason. Later in the show, the trio debates the controversial question, did Dottie Hinson drop the ball on purpose?


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 2020-09-03  1h36m
 
 

episode 180: Unprecedented Moments in Sports History


Hosts Joe Posnanski and Michael Schur talk about the current climate of sports as players and leagues protest social injustice in America. The pair also eulogizes Michael's father-in-law, Regis Philbin, as they look back on his remarkable life. Hear about Phiblin's aspirations to make it in the television, it's safe to consider that goal as a mission accomplished. Later in the show they answer your listener questions.


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 2020-08-28  1h32m
 
 

episode 179: Ryan Howard Talks Growing The Game


World Series Champion, 3x All-Star and NL MVP Ryan Howard joins Joe Posnanski and a very excited Ellen Adair. Ryan discusses his memories of Buck O'Neil and some of his all-time favorite home runs (including one that involved a bad White Castle experience.) Later in the show, he talks about first falling in love with baseball and his current efforts to grow the game in the Black community with The Players Alliance. Finally, they weigh in on the Fernando Tatís Jr...


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 2020-08-18  1h32m
 
 

episode 178: Talking MLB Restart with Alexa Datt & Dani Wexelman


Alexa Datt and Dani Wexelman join Joe Posnanski (Uncle Joe as they like to call him) to discuss all things baseball. They talk about the challenging aspects of the game in 2020 and what has brought them the most joy in this weird season. Plus, hear why they are divided on the rule changes. Finally, they draft who they would put on their cardboard cutouts.


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 2020-08-06  1h18m