Entries Tagged 'Baseball'

Episode 12: Like Toasted Ravioli and Provel-Based Pizza

By Zippy the Wonder Snail | Oct 05, 2021 at 11:42 AM

The boys are back on the 20th Anniversary of OFB with an epsiode packed with music, politics, baseball and mysterious priests in the Bible. Where else can you discuss the Cardinals, the migrant crisis, a John Mayer album and Melchizedek in one place?

Episode 11: Pumpkin Spice Zippy

Baseball, Human Dignity and God’s Constant Mercy

By Zippy the Wonder Snail | Sep 18, 2021 at 5:30 PM

The boys are back and start off with a perfect fall medley of pumpkin spice and baseball. They also delve into vaccine mandate controversies and the new Texas and Mississippi abortion laws, with a hopeful topping of discussion around God’s love in the Old Testament.

Three Cheers — and Maybe A Few Comfy Chairs — for the Old Guys

By Jason Kettinger | Jun 08, 2021 at 3:16 PM

On Sunday, May 23, Phil Mickelson started the insanity, by winning the PGA Championship in South Carolina. It represented his sixth major title, and he surpassed Jack Nicklaus, and Tiger Woods to become the oldest major winner in the history of professional golf. I don’t recall thinking that Phil was too long in the tooth to win anymore, but he’s 50 years old. He’s eligible for the Champions Tour, which in a bygone era was called the “Senior Tour.” Phil had won the PGA Championship before: 16 years ago. That gap represented the largest for anyone winning the same tournament in the history of professional golf.

Tommy Lasorda and the Dodgers Are Family

By Jason Kettinger | Jan 09, 2021 at 12:33 PM

Tommy Lasorda died yesterday at the age of 93. It’s almost hard to say anything that matters. I only know that he was the manager of the Dodgers in 1988, when the Dodgers had an improbable victory over the feared Oakland A’s, led by Tony LaRussa. When I looked back over the dates that Lasorda was the manager of the Dodgers – 1976 to 1996 – I realized that it encompassed my entire life, up to the age of 16.