The Phil Naessens Show August 20, 2012: New York Mets, LA Angels and Minnesota Twins Baseball Show!

Tonight Phil is joined on segment one by Blogging Mets Mark Berman and their main focus is on what the New York Mets need to do in 2013. On segment two Phil is joined by the author of the book The History of the Baseball, Mr. Brandon Grunbaum. They discuss new developments about the book, Brandon’s growing authenticating assignments, the LA Angels, Bryce Harper and the rest of the AL West. In segment three Phil is joined by Knuckleballs Blog blogger Eric Pleiss. They discuss what went right and what went wrong for the Minnesota Twins this season as well as Eric’s hopes for 2013 and beyond.

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Mark Berman’s blog/website can be found here. Mark’s new blog Sighting Celebrities can be found here Mark’s book Brilliant Disguise can be obtained here.

Brandon Grunbaum can be found here.

Eric Pleiss can be found here

 

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