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Baseball By Design tells the story of America one minor league baseball logo and nickname at a time. Paul Caputo covers minor league baseball at all levels for the website SportsLogos.net. On this podcast, he talks with front office personnel and designers about the origins of some of the game‘s best and wackiest logos and nicknames. Twitter: @Count2Baseball Instagram: @baseballbydesign
 
On The Verge is focused on the Baltimore Orioles, and the Orioles Minor League system. The show is hosted by Bob Phelan, Zach Spedden, and Nick Stevens. The trio give their thoughts on the prospects ascending the ranks. The show is a part of Baltimore Sports and Life (BSL). Show Twitter: BSLOnTheVerge
 
Minor League Madness is a podcast that is dedicated to the players and stories of hockey's primary professional affiliate leagues: The American Hockey League and the ECHL. We have engaging conversations with past and current pros from all eras of the game. We take a deep dive into their playing careers and share more than a few laughs along the way!
 
The Just Barely Sports podcast is a show about the wacky side of Pro and Semi-Pro sports. We talk about the logos, foods, special events and people that divert your attention from the actual sports themselves. So if you love the feeling of being in an arena, but don't care too much about anyone’s lifetime free throw percentage, we are the show for you!
 
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Zach, Nick, and Bob welcome The Baltimore Sun's Andy Kostka to the show live from the Oriole Park at Camden Yards press box to talk about all of the latest happenings at the major and minor league levels such as a string of promotions that doesn't include Adley Rutschman, the early returns from Kyle Bradish, and some great performances by Grayson R…
 
The Rocket City Trash Pandas made a splash with their new brand right before the 2020 season, then had to keep the momentum going in spite of a year lost to COVID. The team still set merchandise sales records with their patriotic astronaut raccoon logo and are now one of the best known in the minors. Trash Pandas Vice President Lindsey Knupp and Br…
 
Chris, Intern David, and Rogelio recap week six in the Detroit Tigers minor league system including strong pitching from West Michigan and Daz Cameron and Kody Clemens heated up at the right time. YouTube Link to episode: https://youtu.be/HpwX-a1MmVU ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★Bởi Tigers Minor League Report
 
The Idaho Falls Chukars base their identity on a bird that can best be described as a small, husky turkey. This week, Chukars Assistant GM Chris Hall, Pioneer League Vice President Henry Hunter, and Arkansas State Parks Director Shea Lewis (formerly of Idaho State Parks) stop by Baseball By Design to talk about what makes this bird the perfect foun…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob celebrate 100 episodes by talking to Executive Vice President and General Manager for the Baltimore Orioles Mike Elias about the organization's rebuild up to this point. Topics discussed are the challenges faced when he took over the position, how close the team is to turning the corner, and what the next steps are to turn the t…
 
With our 100th episode starring Mike Elias just around the corner and our pending contest for a Julio Rodriguez or Bobby Witt Jr signed baseball close to being unlocked we thought we'd give our regular listeners a taste of a podcast that we release to patrons six days a week. This daily update featured DL Hall and Adley Rutschman's final appearance…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob welcome AA Bowie LHP Drew Rom onto the show to discuss his 2022 season and what it is that got him to this point as one of the system's best pitching prospects. After that, they talk about the promotions of Kyle Bradish to the majors and Creed Willems to A Delmarva, go over their players of the month for April, and shout out som…
 
The collegiate summer level Carolina Disco Turkeys have only played one full season, but they've taken the world of baseball branding by storm. Team president Greg Sullivan, artist Brittain Peck, and Matt Strangewayes of the Phoenix Zoo talk about what makes disco turkeys—or peacocks—an appropriate mascot for a team in Winston-Salem, North Carolina…
 
On this week's TMLR recap, Greg Gania, the voice of the Erie SeaWolves, stops by to talk about the starting rotation in Erie and the SeaWolves navigating through a tough schedule. Chris talks about another strong start from Wilmer Flores. Kody Clemens is on a roll down in Toledo and virtual GMs. Check out the episode here on YouTube: ★ Support this…
 
The iconic prison in Joliet, Illinois, opened in 1858 and has been highlighted in countless pieces of pop culture, from The Blues Brothers to Prison Break to songs by Bob Dylan and Memphis Minnie—and since 2011, the nickname of the Joliet Slammers baseball team, which plays in the independent Frontier League. In this episode of Baseball By Design, …
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob discuss how you can listen to their interview with Mike Elias early before it drops with episode 100 in a couple of weeks (hint: sign up for the Patreon) before diving into the latest stories of the minor league season. They also dive into the injury bug that seems to be going around early in the season, the plate discipline tha…
 
Trevor Hooth of Bless You Boys.com joins Chris and Rogelio to recap all the action in the Detroit Tigers farm system, including Ty Madden, Dylan Smith and the next player up to Erie. Watch the episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/YN_Eu-_oK3g ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★Bởi Tigers Minor League Report
 
The Hartford Yard Goats are one of the most popular brands in Minor League Baseball. They're named for locomotive switchers in rail yards—appropriate to Hartford because the rail industry features prominently in the city's history. But the team's identity extends well beyond trains. General Manager Tim Restall, Brandiose designer Jason Klein, and s…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob welcome AA Bowie Baysox pitcher Brandon Young onto the show to talk about his journey from undrafted free agent in the shortened 2020 MLB draft to being one of the top pitching prospects in the Baltimore Orioles system. After that, the guys break down the first two weeks of the minor league baseball season for all four full-seas…
 
Trevor Hooth of Bless You Boys.com and Prospects Live joins Rogelio and Chris to recap the week in the Detroit Tigers minor league system as three teams hit the road, the strong pitching at West Michigan and why getting excited for spin rate is...bad? Here's the live feed from Sunday night-https://youtu.be/JydBIdGguEg ★ Support this podcast on Patr…
 
Zach and Bob welcome Pitcher List and fellow Baltimore Sports and Life writer Ben Palmer onto the show to discuss the first week of baseball from a fantasy perspective as well as one based on reality. How have the Baltimore Orioles starters looked the first time through the rotation? Who is going to break out in the bullpen and end up with the most…
 
The erstwhile Bakersfield Blaze were not the most glamorous of franchises, but before they were contracted by Minor League Baseball, their backwards-facing ballpark was home to stories that feel like they're right out of a Hollywood movie—games that had to be paused as the sun set over the center field wall, the time they intentionally set the fiel…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob make their predictions (for both the major and minor leagues) for the 2022 season as Baltimore Orioles opening day approaches. Who will lead the team in home runs, wins, and saves? How many players will graduate from our pre-season top 50 prospects list? Who will break out in a big way at the minor league level? Those and plenty…
 
It's opening day for Triple-A baseball and other affiliated and independent leagues are getting underway soon! We can start taking those baseball road trips we've been planning all offseason! Guests this week include Benjamin Hill of MiLB.com, who has been to 182 minor league ballparks; Jeremy Soule, who in 2014 co-founded the annual Baseballpalooz…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob welcome MLB Pipeline's Jonathan Mayo onto the show to discuss the Baltimore Orioles being rated as their number one farm system in baseball and the ins and outs that go along with that. They also break down the surprising trade with the Marlins that saw Tanner Scott and Cole Sulser go to Miami in exchange for a draft pick, a cou…
 
The Savannah Bananas have become a phenomenon in the world of baseball branding. Their popular logo represents more than just a baseball team, but rather an entirely new version of the sport. As the Banana Ball World Tour takes the country by storm, this episode visits with team owner Jesse Cole, designer Dan Simon of Studio Simon, and the Young Pr…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob provide their thoughts on the latest developments during spring training as it begins to wind down. DL Hall and Kyle Bradish provide a snapshot of the future, they explain why the major league team will get easier and easier to watch as the season goes on, and shudder at the thought of the opening day infield and pitching rotati…
 
The Beloit Snappers are no more, but their legend lives on, as told by Chris Kretz, the designer who created the logo in 1995, and Bobby Coon, the team's media director for five years in the 2010s. Find out how Pete Rose, Shoeless Joe, and Ken Griffey Jr. factor into the turtle-based logo. Plus, stay tuned for a surprise post-credit sequence with H…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob preview the abbreviated spring training that began about a week ago and make predictions about who will make the Baltimore Orioles opening day roster. Before that, they recap how they did with their offseason predictions, discuss the Robinson Chirinos signing, the Carlos Correa non-signing, and the Adley Rutschman injury that wi…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob welcome back Jon Meoli to discuss the rest of his Orioles top 30 list for Baseball America that was recently released. He talks about the process of adding young International talent to the mix, how far to drop players coming off of disappointing seasons, and some players that could be on the rise in the next update. He also dis…
 
The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, Missouri, tells the incredibly important story of the baseball teams and players who endured unspeakable hardships to succeed, against all odds, in the face of a segregated America. Similarly, the museum itself has overcome obstacles—most notably a global pandemic that shut their doors for the bette…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob welcome back Orioles Director of Player Development Matt Blood to the show to discuss everything that is going on so far in Spring Training as we quickly gear up for the season to start. He gives listeners great insight into the system as a whole and into individual players such as Adley Rutschman, Grayson Rodriguez, Colton Cows…
 
The collegiate summer level Dub Sea Fish Sticks were the darlings of the offseason with their hotly contested online vote to determine a new name. The team's general manager comes on the show to break down the Fish Sticks/Seal Slingers electoral map, to track live polls on whether fish sticks are junk food, and react in real time to rival minor lea…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob welcome back Orioles Twitter sensation Eric Garfield (@Eric_Birdland) to talk about all the things he's seen down in Sarasota at the Orioles complex every day for the past month or so. How is Heston Kjerstad looking in his return from myocarditis? Who looks like they hit the weight room hard over the offseason? And how hard is i…
 
The Double-A Richmond Flying Squirrels were one of the original wacky minor league brands, but now in their 13th season, they're one of the game's classic brands. On this episode, Flying Squirrels CEO "Parney" Parnell talks about the origin of the nickname and logo, Creative Services & Production Director Nick Elder talks about his work creating th…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob talk to right-handed relief pitcher Bryan Baker, who the Orioles claimed off of waivers earlier this offseason, about what he has been doing to prepare for this season despite not being in contact with the team. After that, they discuss the latest in the CBA negotiations, what it would look like if the Orioles signed shortstop C…
 
In many ways, the Triple-A El Paso Chihuahuas are the poster team for the era of wacky logos in minor league baseball. Lifelong El Paso resident and Chihuahuas Senior Director of Marketing & Communications Angela Olivas joins the podcast to talk about what the team's identity means to the community, and Brandiose's Jason Klein stops by again to sha…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob welcome on The Baltimore Sun's Nathan Ruiz to discuss the latest in the CBA negotiations, how the delay to spring training could affect who makes the opening day roster, the motivations behind the change in the left field wall, and everything else that has been going on in the Mike Elias rebuild lately. Join our Patreon! Perks i…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob welcome BSL's own Dr. Stephen Loftus back to the podcast to preview the college baseball season and try to figure out what the Orioles are most likely to do with the first pick in the draft as well as how baseball could best implement a lottery system. Join our Patreon! Perks include daily recap podcasts, monthly top 50 prospect…
 
The reason for the Tri-City Dust Devils' identity becomes apparent when you learn that they have had just one single rainout in more than two decades of playing baseball in Pasco, Washington. But their brand is about so much more than their logo—it's about their place in the community. This week, Erik "The Peanut Guy" Mertens, who has been the face…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob react to the recently released Top 45 Orioles prospects list on FanGraphs. Who do they have higher than our list? Who are they out on? Just how good are Adley Rutschman and Grayson Rodriguez? Join our Patreon! Perks include daily recap podcasts, monthly top 50 prospect updates, invitation to join our private WhatsApp group, and …
 
The Lehigh Valley IronPigs are, by design, a Triple-A team with a Single-A approach, which has led to one of the most fun brands in the minors—and lots of bacon! The team's general manager Kurt Landes stops by to talk about the logo, as well as the team's Salute to Philly alternate brands, and we settle once and for all which team started the food-…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob talk to Baseball America's Ben Badler about everything from the Orioles' presence in the international market, who they should take with the first pick in the draft, where the system stands amongst the league's best, and much more. After that, they take questions from patrons and listeners about an assortment of topics. Follow B…
 
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