Episode 42: Baseball, Books and Our Theme Song Identity Crisis Edition

This week: Joel and Josh are joined by local author Jenny Shank, whose new novel explores amateur baseball in Denver. Pluss, Jenny talks about the lack of serious support in the local literary scene. And we field your new theme song suggestions, including locals Houses and Pries.

Also, we still need a new theme song! Please send your suggestions to info@denverdiatribe.com

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3 responses to “Episode 42: Baseball, Books and Our Theme Song Identity Crisis Edition”

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  2. Mark

    Hey There Denverdiatribe,
    Along the same lines,, Regardless of whether a person is a baseball fanatic, or an occasional follower of the sport, I bet the name Mickey Mantle will definitely ring a bell. Why should it not in the first place? Mickey Mantle is considered as the best switch hitter of all time. Many would contribute this versatility in skill as one of the reasons why he was inducted as a National Baseball Hall of Famer in his first year of eligibility. Mantle’s induction to the hall of fame inspired baseball players to be better at what they do best, by finding ways on how to improve their skills further, and not settling for their second best.
    Keep up the posts!

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