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Guest Host: Matthew Felling
They were exceptions to the rule during baseball’s “steroid era”. Even as offensive records were shattered over the last two decades, a small group of elite pitchers figured out how to thrive with a combination of athletic finesse, craftiness and preparation. Sportswriter and radio commentator John Feinstein decided to spend a season documenting the lives of two aging Major League pitchers– on and off the field. He joins us to discuss the game behind the game.
- John Feinstein Author, "Living on the Black: Two Pitchers, Two Teams, One Season to Remember (Little Brown & Co.)
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