Patti comes This Close to swearing like a sailor when Trump calls off MLB’s agreement with Cuba. Boyfriend Ronald Acuña, Jr. signs a deal for life-changing money, Christian Yelich becomes a spokesmodel for good in the world, and David Price wants to see Mookie Betts’ face everywhere.
We meet almost-12-yr-old Shalvah Lazarus, from DC Girls Baseball. If her pitching and first base skills are like her passion and poise as an ambassador for the game, opposing teams should fear DC Force.
Patti cross-trains for Opening Day by rocking her March Madness bracket. Pottymouth warms up with early morning baseball in Japan (thanks for everything, Ichiro).
Pottymouth is in Ted Williams heaven and Patti wallows at the top of the Misery Index as we kick off the St. Patti’s Day show.
Daylight Savings Time and breakfast beer render us incapable of avoiding Alex Rodriquez’s engagement to Jennifer Lopez.
We get past the feels to discuss the bigger picture of Bryce Harper’s record-setting agreement with the Phillies.
Patti and the Pottymouth bask in the glow of watching our boys in the first spring training games. The dying embers of the hot stove bring us a Machado Free Agency object lesson, and a soft landing for Mike Moustakas.
In just one episode, Pottymouth apologizes to Carlos Asuaje, C.C. Sabathia, and Francisco Cervelli, and says “interpretive dance” and “papiamentu” while Patti condones inspirational quotes and uses “Cutie Pie” in a sports context.
Frank Robinson was a hero to your NCiB hosts, for Cleveland, for Baltimore, for Washington, and for Puerto Rico. RIP, Frank.
Patti and the Pottymouth enjoy a civilized baseball conversation just hours before the football screaming begins.
NCiB is killing it with the Winter League picks, but will Venezuelan political upheaval cancel the Caribbean Series?
In her continuing quest to encourage the watching of winter baseball, Pottymouth teaches Patti Spanish baseball words.
Yasmani Grandal puts a spark to the hot stove, and Kyler Murray brings back memories of Bo Jackson and Dieon Sanders.
Today’s vocabulary word is “cazatalentos” as MLB scouts visit the Cuba finals for the first time.
We can’t completely shake our Dominican infielder boyfriend rut, but we add the Dad factor.