The Basement Lounge
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Season 2, Episode 40 · 3 months ago

The Great American Pastime

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Who are our favorite baseball players? Do the Yankees have a 9th Inning curse? Will Joey Votto ever get into the Hall of Fame?

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Mark Your Calendars for Sunday Augusttwenty ninth and come on out to my house for home grown humor. That'sright, I'm hosting a comedy show in my very own home, along with me, you'll,get to see some local favorites like Ray Jackson, Jodie McDermott, MikeWells and closing out the night will be the legendary Jesse. Nut tickets areonly five dollars just go to Mr Mike Shaco live or TB. L, pod Dot net liveand get your tickets. Now, I'm the most casual fucking sports fanin the fucking world, but I will I love baseball, but, like anything else, Iwill watch it and I know enough about the rules to follow it, but I don'thave a team I root for out of the player I root, for I give a shit welcome to the basement.Lounge podcast, with your host Mike Shay and Mike Wells sit back grab adrink, relax, let's see where the time takes us enjoy, but baseball. My ShitMan, I love baseball, which did you watch that field of dreams, Game Yeah?It was good, it was a. It was a great, really good game. The Yankees are thekings of blowing it in the ninth an, but that was great game. I watch partattidude OPA Mike, so I really want o the cat got a part of it yeah. I calllike the first like four endings. This is so awesome. It was just cool cupsand reds are going to play next year, yeah yeah at it. So but the thing I wasin my all fuck, like I like me and my friends already discussed going, I wantto go so bad bless. I was like all right like if the reds play he's notgot. He just wants to go with the reds playing. I want to fucking go bad. A itcame out. Yeah it leaked yesterday at the cubs and reds are going to play.Prom is like, like tickets are sold to ilands yeah so but then they're sellsecond hand, but like they're, like a thousand dollars, they're reallyexpensive and getting there and leaving. There is a pain in the ass because,like I mean you've, seen field of dreams, the movie yeah. So you knowthat final scene, where, like you see just like all the cars like yeah, it'sone fucking road yeah and they were...

...even saying the commenters were sayinglike like leaving tonight's going to suck Oh yeah. I just I don't know like being a baseballfan. That's a great fucking! Maybe I was like this is that's a movie thatnever fails to make me cry yeah. I want to re why it's been freind. I watch. Iwon t watch it again, but I, like I'm sitting there like so at the verybeginning, like you're, watching a bar, you can hear like crickets m like thebugs, because, like people, don't even the audience doesn't know how to likenecessarily react, because it's so how rowdy can we get it's so different? Andit's like almost like a very peaceful m and there's something to be said aboutwatching home runs disappear into a corn field. A it's so weird, isn't itwell even the way they start they? They start the whole thing out: KevinCostner, walking out of the field, and then the teams come out of the field. Iwas like that's so fucking cool. It was awesome, yeah and yeah. There was justthere was something wholesome about it like it's. Just it'sjust a little field: It's not a big stadium. It's just a little field likesix thousand or seven thousand something yeah. It was built becauseit's building other side of where the one from the movie is because you cancause you can see the movie in the House every time they do a wide shot,yeah that was that was such a great such agreat game and yeah. It's again the Yankees. Nobody loses in the ninth,quite like the Yankees do against the socks, and then they almostblew it in the ninth against the socks on Sunday to but well socks Ike, one ofthe better teams in baseball yeah, because Kevin Costner was like we'vegot a game with the legendary New York Yankees against the number one ratedChicago white socks. It's like, Oh that sucks. So now I want to go that game, sofucking bad, but yeah. I don't want to know. I can't I got to commince my wifeto ply and make me spend a thousand dollars. I I take it. That's a a you'reright getting out, there's going to be pain in the ASS, getting out o the gameand and then getting a me. That's a thing. No, that shouldn't I feel likethat, should only be like a once a game a year. They should not do a series, nosoul, be one game a year and they...

...should not build anything else aroundit. Just what is there yeah? That's my that's! My fears. Okay, cool we'regoing to do this. Let's make it something special, don't turn into justanother baseball game. What and I find it what I like, the most I pinted outto my wife I was like: Did you see that she's like what is like they panned outa camera, and you could see like a truck just driving on a road yeah yeahlike a while and so like what the Fuck I've never seen. Just a live baseballgame, a professional and there's just truck just driving on the road, likeprobably as just like fucks going on a rear better yet was listening to it onthe radio as he drove past it is is so weird now it was one of the coolestthings like I was like holy fuck like Ha. This is amazing s great. I loved Kevincoster thrown out the first pitch asking the audience. Is this heaventhey're like no? This is Iowa doing some of the commentary they had. Theyhad clips from James Rold Jones. I think Rad Le Oda was there I was I did.I did something with really. I don't know if he was there or like. Maybe herecorded it ahead of time, but yeah it was. It was great. It wasawesome. That's again. I want to watch that again now and it's like very like it just feels like that's how baseballshould be played in a weird kind of way. It was like so kiddish yeah. It's likethese grown men that played this game, but it's like it's almost taken it backto like their own toss in your back yard. Onyes yeah, I like it it to like. I love like I love the sand, lots oneof my favorite may ball movies, it's like that them, the Yankees and thesocks playing on that field. It's almost like what the kids in the sandlot were like yeah aspiring to was like playing just playing baseball for thesake of play in baseball, because I don't think the field of dreams gamecounted. Did it now counts? Does it count? Okay, but still like justplaying the sport, but just on a field?...

Yeah E, like yeah, the big big stadiumsare cool and all that and who doesn't love, paying nine bucks for a hot dock,but I just yeah. It was that's that and Ithink that's why I like baseball. So much too is because you can still dothat kind of thing with baseball. Is that a bug fly Manti for some reason Ihave got fruit flies fucking everywhere. I don't know why. No biggie yeah T T S,t t to me: that's what that's why I love baseball so much just because atthe end that it still feels like a game that you can play small or big scale,and it doesn't really like you'd, never see them do something that withfootball, no or you know, or hockey or soccer or bit basketball. Even likethat's a that's what we only do with base there's more down time, it's just a thinking, man's game, yeah! That's all it is. I just I don't knowit was so cool what they did like. I Love Baseball more than any sport, I just mean I played itforever. Oh yeah, that was the go to for me andmy bros. We always played the community center, always had a hada league we always played. It was always a lot of fun. Well, I just Ijust don't know like I want to get to more games like. I can'twait to take my son to base its first baseball game. I can't that's just onething I can't wait. You came with the third base with my kid like Sus,something I love just baseball. I love just trying to figure out what the pitlike when I'm watching a game, trying to fig out what the picture is going tothrow in a certain situation. That's how I watch baseball and, like otherrunners going to go like I like, I think like I would. That guess, iswhat this is like. Okay, you're, like a helike a one to you, threw like a one,two slider away M. is he going to go up and in to try to get them to like brackoff the plate? They go back down away with a slider again like. I think I allabout that. All about that stuff, I don't know I was just baseball- is the thing a man sports,the only sport that failure you fail, Yeah. If you hit three out of ten, youconsider a amazing yeah.

It's people talk about. You know bat ina thousand bad. If I find was like, if you hit a quarter of what's thrown atyou, you're considered one of the greats. I mean it's weird. It's it's just yeah, there's there's noother. It's also the only sport that I can ever watch and I'm like I could dothat full like I watch baseball and I'm like or football like not a chancesoccer baseball. I'm like I could do it. I could do that. I just I don't know like I get. I justsome of great baseball players like weird statistics that you think aboutmy favorite to this day of many remoras but baseball player, yeah, maybe sogood. I played right field. He was the rightfielder for the Indians. I mean the first horrible right, feelerdefensively yeah. He like a mother. He was a hell, a yeah, but I I mean thefirst Indians game I ever went to. He hit the winning home, run so yeah I gotand then, when I was living in North Canton or mall, had a Cleveland,Indians store and once a year they would have playersfrom the team come through a new signings, and then I got so. I got tomeet him. I get to me, Jim to my olio Franco, O Marvis Gal. I lately islike fifty three. Ah I met ORL her schizer, who was their pitcher for fucking ever yeah. I met a lot of go and I read, andthere we get to me, never got to me David Justice, but because he didn't he didn't join theteam till ninety. I care when he joined in ninety, her Shie didn't play for theIndians. Yeah I s or harsher was a dodger. He was an Indian Wa me thinking.Who Am I thinking of? I don't know. What am I thinking about that I'mlosing my fucking line. They want to look it up right now, world Hershie,you know. Sometimes it feels like life...

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I can say Joe Voto like, but I also wasa huge Kanera junior fan, who wasn't yeah. So is just like an mydream. My fucking dream, like I was like all right because I always thoughtit stay in Seattle was like I'm going to grow it. When I get older, I'm goingto fly out Seattle and I'm going to watch conrath junior play then he getstraded to the red. I was like this is the greatest I yeah and I was like. Oh,my God, I got about that. Yeah didn't him and his dad play at the sametime. Yeah yeah they played the same season. They hit back to back home,runs God. It's creat like that. Isn't that the crazy thing are so crazyplaying playing MLB with your dad here, either crazy or statistic. Greg madicstruck out both of them in his career D, really like cramail, strict. So manypeople, that's, but like you pissed for so long, they struck out so many fatherson combinations. It was very weird there's like so many little thingsabout baseball that you like and if you think about it, like so joy Ada's got his two thousand fityesterday. That's a lot of hit. That's a lot of hits right! Yeah! You can have two hundred hits for tenyears, and Ah that's ten years of being amazing. But domey hits has two hundr Imean like Pete Rose, for example, p Rose career hits, four thousand hold on. He Rig Yeah Pete Rose crew hits likejust you got to think about statistic. If you look at it statistically, Pete Ros career hits is four thousand and two four thousand twohundred fifty six. Okay, so think about like that, you can hit two hundred hitsfor twenty years and still not have that Yeah Holy Shit. They not insane to thinkabout this one most insane sit. You can havetwo hundred hits a season and two hundred's. A lot of fucking hits aseason m because Ye Joe Vado currently ranked two hundred and ninety one andhits and hits yeah and all of baseball...

...history he's in the top three hundredof all baseball history, but and keep mind that in people and then know thattwo hundred one is rank oude net one at first doesn't sound impressive thinkingabout how many years baseball as been around and how many fucking people play.But I just look at that statistic: From Pete Rose Yeah Twenty years, twohundred hits you still don't break that record m and it's two hundred hits uslike something. That's like hitting, like fifty home, runs of season typeshit m like it just that's really hard to do, but they do it consistently. For,like twenty years, that's you're, saying you're almost asking for theimpossible. I just little things like that. Like Vado, two thousand hit andhe's been around forever M and you thinks like well, he only has like toHa. That's a lot of hits like three hundred home runs like three hundredhome runs. Isn't that much in like the all time, leaning category, but itreally kind of is sure because idiot thirty home runs for ten years. That'sthree hundred home runs like it. Just it's just you look at little thingslike that you're, just the how well you have to play for solong that reach those numbers is like wow like just wow. It's insane. I mean there's areason why stadiums has such a high production budget for their home runcelebration special effects? It's also a a big fucking deal when it happens,but it just I think about that shit like I did two records. I think onewell three records. I don't think we'll ever be broken is well. No. I take that back for Lu,Garris, okay hit street fifty six carian juniors games played streak,which I can't tell you how many games that is. Oh, I don't know that was afit like three thousand some odd games from row without missing a game: WHOA, okay, I'm wing it up right now to threethousand a hundred and I might be way off,...

...two thousand six hundred and thirty two,which is insane yeah because a hundred which which in you know whose record hebroke no garry, dare yeah so divide that by a hundred and sixty two twentyokay, so we're doing math doing math on the basement, lounge all right. So it's twenty six, thirty two divided by howmuch a hundred and sixty two at sixteen and we'll call sixteensixteen seasons in a row with it missing a game. That's that's unreal, not getting sick,obviously, probably being so like a playing not break, he probably brokehis hands broke fingers or whatever it goes. Cal, Rick and junior with twothousand and six thirty, two Lugard with twenty one. Thirty and then bigdrop to Everett Scott, with thirteen o seven as a thousand games separatingnumber two and number three M it. Just like you have Lu garris history, none Ryans, no hitters, which is seven,I think so, and and so it was the fourth one I peterose hit. Yes, yes, O seven, no hitters, the only person I would have ever comeclose to to s ro and hero. If you include his Japanese statistics, theyactually beat pet Ros. They not do they not count, they don't count. They're, just gro they're talkingstrictly MLB and I'll be okay. He count is if he count his playing Japan, he beats rose. I mean for the most, for I think wouldhave been close yeah, but I think the pitching was a little bit better herethan there. It would a been really really close. Mhor's are the records. Idon't think we'll ever be broken. I don't think there'll be another pictureto everyone. Three hundred games, because there hundred games for apictures like a lot. That's they yeah is that many pictures on that was. Idon't think it will ever happen again. It's because you got three hundredwinning games. Three hundred pitch three hundred winning games yeah. Ithought the last picture that the one that could have done it would have beencecy Sabatia and he just he never made...

...it that far now that last season he wasespecially was. He was just not he wasn't playing on Hot Clayton. Kershawmight have it. I think, he's in the one s yeah, let's see and he's a halt likehey. So look at this said he's all famer yeah, let's see here. I love talking baseball me to play bythe whole episode, fucking Platon Kershaw statistics. I'll say he as staps. I think he's a night clio. Chrishundred and eighty four winds holy shit, but, like he's been around he's alreadythirty three, so you tell he's not going to get the three hundtherdanother hundred and twenty wins Yeah God and he's got maybe ten years left inhim. It may be he's got maybe five, I think. Maybe five yeah it just it's! It's just not going to happen. Nothere's no way look at at the years that he had themost wins: Two: Twenty Eleven and two thousand and fourteen both years. Hehad twenty one wins two thousand and seventeen he hadeighteen, two thousand and nineteen he had sixteen. So I mean like Kasier in in the the wild part is like he is your top tier pitcher. For the past, likefifteen years yeah I mean it was like number one like that's everybody'stried to be is not he's at them his crew now, but like and he's not he'snot going to do it now and he's a whole famer. Three hundredI'm just trying to wrap my head around, like last person, won three hundred, Ithink was Tom Glave or Greg Maticks hold on. I got. I look up all this shitbecause O I thought we're going to talk aboutAfghanistan today, we'll get there we'll get there. We got some shit totalk about.

The world continues to end around us inreal time, all right. So three hundred queer three hundred one club musicalgroup what the three hundred wind club musicalgroup- I don't know what of that brought up. I want to see Si young fivehundred eleven Walter Johnson, four hundred seventeen who was lost personto do it, Greg Mads, three hundred and fifty five Roly Shit, Roger Clemens, three hundredfifty four there's the last two people on the list that I've seen Tom Laben,three o five and brainy Johnson, three or three sawyoung five hundred and eleven, but the closest right now and they're,basically at the end of their careers, all of them yeah. Just in Verlander,two hundred twenty six he's not going to get he's like thirty fuck, because Randy Johnson was themost recent one he's thirty seven yeah, just in verlander thirty, seven there'sno way he's going to hit that Zat ranke's not going to hit it he's athen of his career, he's at two hundred and just lost my spot. Two hundred andeight John Lester pretty much done Max Sherzer one. Seventy five he's prettymuch at the no SCIRO, so it's like. So this is this interesting of everybodywho's in the three hundred win club right now, the only one not in the hall of fame isRoger Lemons. He will never be in the hall of fame because the Steroids- ohthat's right- I forgot about that fuck yeah that'll do it was because I was it was he the one whowas tied up in the in the same scandal, as was it mark McGuire? No, I don't knowwhat scandal he was tied up in, but because with mark bus mark McGuire washis address that, as yeah hose can say, co Ho they can say good for the wholething about like cose. What a hose can say, good day was needed to be done.Must people hate him for doing it like?...

I think he knew that I think he knewthat going into it, though he knew his career was over yeah. I just like whatI mean like you have to what people tend to forget man. He got manny got hate, rious m people forget about that David orthesgot hit with royds. He had royd thing, he doesn't in two thousandand three people forget people honestly forget about he'll, be David or teaswill be a hall of Famer, because people forget that he got hit with theperformance a ancing drug Sammy. So so that was the other one fuck. I rememberthat it was. It was Sammy Sosa, hose and Sago Mark McGuire and Raphel. TherePalmer well pomerol fucked up because he want the conversait. I did not doyeah, that's true. Ah, that's right, yeah! Well, so ca was the mercus Sosa. wasthere with that era those are or because they were making fun of it onSouth Park, when Jimmy was going to the to the Special Olympics and was usingsteroids and presenting the trophy was mark McGuire, Sammy Sosa O as a Cansecoas Veria yeah. I just I think it's I don't knowlike. That was a weird time for baseball, because well the the thing isabout it was so rampant. It was but likewithout Martin Waren Samy, so so baseball doesn't come out of what itwas. It was in a decline but that home run chase for both of them kind of broughtit back yeah. So, like I made a movie about that about the guy, what was it the guy who first brokeBabutin now yeah sixty two sixty one yeah- it was a great movie. Yeah haven't seen that forever because itends with, I think, Mark My wingie's, my wires, it yeah God. I'm amazed. I can remember thisshit well in the crazy part, so maguires hitthat year that broke the record was his shortest home run of the year. OhReally Yep. That was the wildest thing...

...about it. It was the shortest home runof the year. Oh Wow, that's fucking! Funny Yeah! I just Ilike there's so many weird stats about baseball that, like there poly there bea four hundred hit, a four hundred batting average in a season ever againnow close his was Tony going. I think you about like the S. Ninety six, why do you think that is it's just sohard to hit a baseball yeah, it's so hard, especially because nowades guys are throwing you know a hundred and two mile on our balls and the only record I think that might Imean of the records is that ere unbreakable, like the only one thatcould be broken? It's I highly doubt it is there no hitters, not more! Nohitters are thrown now because more people are trying to hit our home runs.Yeah sell you don't want to. They don't want to swing unless it's a, they think.It's a sure thing yeah. So it's kind of like you what Heyre doing so in they'rehit in front runs they're more inclined to swing and miss to so it's like. Okay,that I mean Butt. It's. I think it's literally impossible to do that, but itjust I don't just little things that I think aboutnumber wise, like like Joe Votos, be a hall of Famer.People are arguing whether I ould be all the famer be like. If youdefinitely be a hall of family is a thing is like that's. A No brainer, we always want you guys to be a part ofthe show so join in on the conversation. All you got to do is head over to ourwebsite: WWW dot, tbl pod dot net, and you can click on the blue microphoneand leave us a voice message which will respond to on the air. You can also useour website to access our official discord, server and chat with us andall kinds of other listeners. Just like you at any time. You want once againhead on over to our website www dot, tbl pod dot net. I didn't realize he'd only ever beenwith the reds yeah you, no! No! I thought I just I just assumed he hadplayed for someone else and some I...

...didn't realize he'd. Do it the reds hisold career wow, so vado is not there yet jobad will have he's basically going tobe. He already has thirteen hundred walks a ready yeah. So the record is twenty. Five hundred in that is berrybonds because they walked them forever in his career at at the end of thisyear. So a wikipedia is updated. Stats, as of yesterday, he's got a three orthree batting average miss career yeah, two thousand and onehits three hundred and twenty one home runs and thousand and forty two runs battedin. He should be a hollow famer yeah, I is, he doesn't have a lot of home runsfor first basement. I got, and people are going to look atthat, but he has a really high batting average yeah three o three and he has areally good on base resented. So it's like people like hold home runs againsthim for whatever reason and you're like, but he has. He hits every othercriteria. Walks hits like she's, like he's just like so he's got. He's voted, he's a he's, asix time: Mlb Al Star, seven time: Tippo Neel Award winner to time, Lu,Mars, trophy winner in two thousand and twenty one, theNational League vp award and the Hank Aaron Award and among all active players at the endof the thousand and eighteen season. He was the first and career on basepercentage with four twenty seven. Second, then, ops, it to nine E, a n,seven and walks with eleven o four and fourth and Bang. You know he's a hollike people argue that he's in a hall far like he's all a famer yeah peopleonly look at home runs that's ridiculous. They will look atand I think more people are going to be like he deserves it, because morepeople are like he just wasn't. A home run, hit Er like he hit over threehundred, like he's not just a home run by that.By that logic, no pitcher should ever...

...get into the fucking all of fame yeah.I mean just like weird things like I'm. Just like you know, Hell and his career applytwenty one. Twenty two hundred hits he's got like three years left on hiscontract. He's like what late t thirty seven he signed for like three more yearslike that to the? U So he's been he's been with the red since two thousandand seven so he started. He is also Canadian. So, Canadian players don't come up tothe major leagues until later, a lot of them right now, I'm just I'm justtrying to put put in just like okay, we s thirty seven. He started in two thousand and seven sohe's so fourteen years ago, so he was already twenty three when he started. So I wonder how long you played in theCanadian League. No, I wasn't Canadian ly you just most people don't getcaught up at like twenty one. Oh God, I know in the NAD twenty two like yeah, I just Canadian players. Whatever a lotof Canadian players end up coming up a little bit later, don't know why something something exchange rate jokesomething I don't know, but sometimes something something star wars, something something dark side. I Os it's very with him. It's very like. Ican't see it any other way. I was not. I really can't he he'll be top five and every redstatistic hitting wise when he retires fans love him. I just make. If he hits, I don't thinkhe'll hit. Four hundred home runs at all, no because I'll have to average.If he's at two twenty one right now, three years, it's eighty you'd have to have a hellof a couple of seasons, he's having a hell season this year, but you I haveto have at least thirty home runs the next three seasons. Yeah, I don't seethat happening to be nice would be great, but I mean it's four hundred a me. It'sit's a if you were to hit four hundred...

...with that high average and everythinglike that's a straight lock, you're like okay yeah, but because he doesn'thave that four hundred plateau m and he's a first base and they're gonna belike who he walked to. But that's the thing is: here's the crazypart, Babad Voto, when his entire career wanted towalk his goal was to get on base. He could hit home runs if he wanted. Likethirty forty tops, that was his top thing, but he knew he knew he can geton base and you know how to gain walk well. This year he was like you knowwhat like he started, realize his numberpower numbers of the client people weren't taking him seriously. Hechanged his batting stance, so we could hit home runs. Are you serious? That'swhat he did. A change is back he's like a, and hesaid I know I'll strike out more and I won't walk as much yea because he'svery selective at the plate like Rigi. Remember if, like there were time like if you got call if you got caught on athird call third strike, it was like ninety nine percent like if he arguedit. You were wrong and, like you like re watched the videolike Oh yeah, that was clearly like he knows the the strikes on better than like any fucking ball player yeah because hewas like he let the mate the he almost leads the majors and like walks everysingle year. So, like he'd strike out a call third strike, he'd be like my Godwas, and he argues. You know you're wrong, and then they pull up the videoand show like the what the square would be with the strike. Son is always likecompletely off Ye. Like he's just CR, but he's like I know he said I won't bea selective. I'm a pitches like, Oh, I was on and he just started hitting homeruns, that's a good, the guy. He literallychanges he used to crouch down more and choke up on the bat a little bit I seeslike all right, I want to hit home runs. I want to be so. I want people to fearme, okay and then, like all a sudden, is like it's a big Dick Energy Right.There fucking did fucking like how do you go from likeyou know what I'm just going to change it up a little bit yeah and he has justjust you know what I could have been...

...doing this the whole fucking time N. Ijust stand up a little bit. Learn you know what fus exactly what he did,though we we hope you enjoy this week's episode of the basement. Lounge, if youguys want to know more about the show or get more involved in any way, shapeor form had on over to our website. TBL pod dote, that's T B, l, P, O d dot Net,leave us a rating and review on the reviews page and cut the little bluemicrophone to send us a voice message. Let us know what you thought of todayshow and share your thoughts on what we talked about. We'll see you guys againand next week for a brand new episode. Every Wednesday at am is when they dropuntil then, as always live well rock on take care and be by a.

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