We finish up our two part saga on the OPEN, this time hearing from (half of) the LumberJacks. Uncle JSlick himself makes his second appearance on the show and he shares his thoughts on the infamous radar gun moment, but we also talk about MAW, UWIFF, and the implications of the MASSIVE shakeups in GSWL yard. You don't wanna miss this one, folks.
The GSWL OPEN came and went and in its wake we are left with very few surprises. After a small hiatus Stein and Toast welcome Danny Haverty back along with teammate Jimmy Flynn to discuss the event as a whole, their aspirations for UWIFF, and, of course, the infamous top 12 game that lead to Game Over pulling the radar gun out on Josh Pagano.
20 NWLA Tournament questions, with the guest getting 20 seconds to answer each one. This is the fast hitting wiffle content you didn't know you needed in your life. Carl Coffee and Mike V knock out the first show, and we hope to knock out a few more before the tournament begins.
The 2020 NWLA Tournament is just around the corner and no one is talking about it...UNTIL NOW! Carl Coffee, Tom G and Stoney enter the shallow end and answer some easy questions, but before that Jacob Davey joined in. Get pumped!
You heard it here first, ya bums! Here are my predictions on how folks will do at the OPEN. Let's see just who very very wrong i am.
The MAW title belt is back in the studio...only this time it's held by a different team. We welcome Gino Joseph (who sounds freakishly like Connor) and Brice Clark into the studio to hear about how this team full of unpolished players managed to beat the crap out of some of the best teams in the world. Unrelated, good luck to everyone at Staten Island this weekend!
Justin Tomkins hosts the 2020 NWLAT pool draft with the managers of the top four finishers from 2019. Jimmy Cole (AWAA), Tyler Walk (GBL), Dylan Harshaw (RPWL), and Tim Cooke (MAW) draft the remaining teams into their pools for round robin play.
As we get closer and closer to playoffs around the country, and inevitable the UWIFFS event, toast and I sit down with the Tim and Ryan Mcelrath to discuss how they feel about being two established stars in the game, as well as how they feel their odds are at taking down a national ship. We also talk about Tim's new vlog series, which is awesome if you haven't seen it yet.
In what has surely been the most true resurgence of Fast Pitch since 2009, there are a lot of teams, old and new, coming out of the woodwork to play in UWIFFS. One team that's been making a lot of noise is a group of fellas from Texas known as the Whiskey Ducks. New teams usually either flame or flop in big events like UWIFFS, which one will the Ducks be?