The PosCast with Joe Posnanski & Michael Schur

A sort of sports show but not really. Filled with meaninglessness. Hosted by Joe Posnanski and Michael Schur.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h15m. Bisher sind 269 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 13 days 23 hours


PosCast Episode 17 -- Baseball 2017 (Draft)

Joe and Michael draft parts of a baseball stadium. They also promise free things that they never plan on delivering.


 2016-04-04  39m

The Poscast Ep. 17 -- Baseball 2016 (Predictions)

Joe and Michael ramble on about who will win and lose during the 2016 baseball season. Included in this edition, at no extra cost, is Michael's vaunted impression of "Old School Guy" and Joe's annual prediction that the Red Sox will be good even though they seemed to stop being good a couple of years ago. The two blabbed on for so long that their draft will be in a separate PosCast.


 2016-04-04  51m

The PosCast Episode 16 -- The Hall (Part 2)

The second part of the oppressively long Hall PosCast, in this one Joe and Michael go through the second half of the Baseball Hall of Fame, from Jason Kendall to Randy Winn. In one of their more important discussions, they talk about the most sensible ways to deal with the gun question in America ... no, sorry, they talk about which players belong in the mustache Hall of Fame.


 2016-01-06  1h20m

The PosCast Episode 15 -- The Hall (Part 1)

Michael and Joe, being insane, decided to go through the entire Baseball Hall of Fame ballot player by player and realized about halfway through that they weren't going to make it. So they broke this up into two parts. In Part 1, they discuss the Hall of Fame candidates from Garrett Anderson to Trevor Hoffman in excruciating detail, spending a considerable amount on time on the wonder that is David Eckstein. Then, in honor of the new Star Wars movie, they draft movie franchises.


 2016-01-05  1h25m

The PosCast Episode 15 -- The Chain Gang

Michael and Joe talk set record for longest PosCast ever and yet somehow still don't say anything worthwhile. They talk about the opposing but competing awesomeness of the Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Lakers, make an early Yankee prediction and draft sports traditions, as they view them. Special thanks to Alex Birdsall for, years ago, performing this PosCast theme song, "I Nave No Idea What I'm Doing."


 2015-12-09  1h16m

The PosCast Episode 14 -- The Apology

Michael and Joe have an intense nine-issue faux argument about the Tom Brady supension but the fireworks do no really begin until they draft months of the year. They make bold and not-so-bold predicions for baseball playoffs. Also: Joe apologizes.


 2015-09-05  56m

The PosCast Episode 13 -- Emotional

Michael and Joe -- but especially Michael -- dive into this controversy, you might have heard about it, involving Tom Brady and the Patriots and deflated footballs. Someone should come up with a name for that. Joe tries to sneak in a plug for his new book "The Secret of Golf." Then, in honor of the new Pixar movie "Inside Out," they draft emotions.


 2015-06-27  1h2m

The PosCast Episode 12 -- Baseball

Michael and Joe are talking baseball ... and talking baseball ... and talking baseball. They begin the longest PosCast yet by faux arguing about pace of place, which is something resembling irony. They they tell unveil who will win the World Series, so there is no point in watching the season after that. Then, they draft the best things about the best game.


 2015-03-21  1h17m

The PosCast Episode 11 -- Fear Itself

A new PosCast theme song by Michael Bogdanow! Michael begins the longest Poscast in a while by somewhat sheepishly relishing yet another Boston championship. Joe and Michael faux argue about Pete Carroll's final call in the Super Bowl. Then they draft fears and discuss whether they would go to actor Chris Pratt or Nick Offerman if there was a global pandemic.


 2015-02-09  1h11m

The Poscast Episode 10 -- Pie Fight

Michael and Joe waste another hour talking vaguely about the Royals, the lack of offense in baseball and the designated hitter. They then jump into their most contentious draft yet. It goes without saying that their draft is about fruit.


 2014-11-14  54m