Hooks & Runs

Ep. 97 - Were We Too Stupid to Find Out How Phones Work?

April 30, 2022 A podcast about baseball, music and culture. Season 3 Episode 97
Hooks & Runs
Ep. 97 - Were We Too Stupid to Find Out How Phones Work?
Show Notes

The Yankees fought tooth and nail in court to keep "The Letter" sealed -- now it has been leaked and the MLB press uses it to remind everyone the Astros "cheated" to win the 2017 World Series. Or did they? Also this week -- Miguel Cabrera rapped his 3000th career this - who will be next? Did Hooks & Runs jinx Roki Sasaki? The Reds are awful, the A's home attendance is worse and the new Nicholas Cage film.

Episodes Mentioned: We first discussed Hecker's Hitters in Episode 75. Our thoughts on reforming the NFL's absurd overtime rules were presented in Episode 84.

Errata: Yadier Molina announced last Fall that 2022 would be his final MLB season. Robinson Cano needs more than 240 hits to reach 3,000.

Check It Out:
Andrew: Nicholas Cage's new film, "The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent"
Craig: Kurt Vile's new album, "(watch my moves)"

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