Podcast Episode Sixty-Seven: Unwritten Rules of Baseball

Thanks for checking out this week’s episode of the Baseball Together Podcast, baseball family. This week Brig and Brad got straight into current events with Alec Mills’ no-hitter with the Chicago Cubs against the Milwaukee Brewers, Albert Pujols tied Willie Mays on the all-time home run list, the MLB postseason bubble is set to go, and the New York Mets were finally sold to somebody other than Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez. Then the guys talked unwritten rules of baseball. The discussion included: where did the unwritten rules come from? What are the unwritten rules? Are the unwritten rules ridiculous? And what would have happened in MLB 30 years ago if somebody did what Atlanta Braves outfielder Adam Duvall did to the Miami Marlins last week?

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Brad has had a passion for baseball since he could walk up to a batting tee. He learned how to throw a 2-seam fastball before he could write his own name. He grew up in the sport as a catcher with great coaches who taught him to love and respect the game and the team. Brad joins Baseball Together with a love for baseball and a passion to share it with others.

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