From Wednesday, May 23, 2018: Thom chats with former Maryland football player & NFLer Pete Koch. They look back at his time in College Park playing for Jerry Claiborne & Bobby Ross (10:30), time in the NFL that included playing for Mike Shanahan in LA (18:55), his famous scene with Clint Eastwood in "Heartbreak Ridge" (34:34), and more.
From Wednesday, May 16, 2018: Longtime broadcaster Charley Steiner is this week's guest as he & Thom reminisce about the days they both covered boxing, working for Donald Trump when calling USFL games (11:12), moving from radio to ESPN (16:27), calling both Yankees and Dodgers games in his career & more (29:30).
Super Agent Leigh Steinberg joins Thom this week to discuss his past & new A-list clients. They cover how NFL GM's have changed (21:55), new safety measures in the NFL (23:30), and the obligatory Jerry Maguire question (30:25).
From Wednesday, May 2, 2018: Thom brings on former MLB Outfielder Eric Byrnes, known as a colorful character in his playing days. They start with his brief stint in Baltimore, his recent speed golf achievements, hard playing style, experience with Lee Mazzilli. Then they close with the human element in the sabermetrics era and being involved in a brawl in his first game (38:10).
From Tuesday, April 24, 2018: Thom is joined by former All Star Center Fielder Andy Van Slyke. They cover his career that began in St. Louis before he was traded to Pittsburgh where we saw much success alongside his teammate Barry Bonds. Thom lets Andy know how he shares some responsibility for him landing with the Orioles, Andy's post-playing career that includes writing, and his thoughts on Bryce Harper & the Nats.
From Tuesday, April 17, 2018: ”Thom welcomes on recent Nats Manager Dusty Baker to talk about the immediate aftermath of his life following the 2 NL East Titles in Washington. Conversation begins with Dusty returning to the Giants organization, how he dealt with his tenure ending in DC (10:01), the time he was Dave Martinez's skipper in San Francisco (23:56), his relationship with Bryce Harper (28:36), and more."
From Wednesday, April 11, 2018: Thom has the pleasure & the honor to be joined by former All Star & NL Manager of the Year Felipe Alou. Felipe talks about growing up in the Dominican Republic, playing with and against so many baseball legends, and the 4th Alou brother. He also tells Thom his memories of the 94 Expos and his current thoughts on baseball in Washington.
From Wednesday, April 4, 2018: Thom welcomes on longtime ESPN announcer Mike Patrick after he just ended his accomplished career. He talks about working w/ Lefty Dreisell, his memories of Howard Cosell (15:00), the greatest moment of his life w/ Arnold Palmer (23:30), being at the early days of ESPN & calling 3 decades worth of ACC action (27:08), and finally calling Sunday Night Football for years.
From Wednesday, March 28, 2018: Thom is joined by Hall of Fame legend John Thompson. They start with his time as a dominant high school player in DC and he says who he thinks is the best local basketball player of all time. They cover the Hoyas program growth & Thom asks him how some of the biggest names in Georgetown history came to the Hilltop (18:27). Plus John's thoughts on Patrick Ewing's first year (30:33).
From Wednesday, March 21, 2018: As the NCAA Tournament rolls on, Thom brings on Basketball Coach Pete Strickland. They talk about how he is now the National Coach for Ireland, playing for the famous Morgan Wooten at DeMatha (10:51), his encounters some of the most famous coaches today including Calipari, Izzo, and Coach K (21:23), and finally the evolution of the 3 pointer on the college game (29:33)."
From Wednesday, March 14, 2018: Thom brings on Dick Bosman, the man who pitched the last Senators game & the first Rangers one. Throughout the episode they fill in the before & after of that stretch including playing for Ted Williams the manager (15:49), final season in Washington (20:01), pitching a no hitter (33:31), getting into coaching (40:42), and more.
From Wednesday, March 7, 2018: Thom brings on one of the key behind the scenes figures in Washington landing the Nationals, Bobby Goldwater, this is a must listen for DC baseball fans. They start with his long career as an executive at Madison Square Garden (7:40), his 1 on 1 meeting with Muhammad Ali (13:17), moving to LA to manage the Staples Center (25:27), coming to DC to among other things try and get a MLB team (30:55), educating those high up in Baseball about how the city was changing and ripe for a franchise (32:25, & finally how he realized that the Navy Yard neighborhood was the perfect spot for a new ballpark (36:32).
From Wednesday, February 28, 2018: Thom welcomes on former Washington Senator slugger Frank Howard. They discuss getting into the Nats Ring of Honor (4:21), playing for the Dodgers (7:34), playing basketball at Ohio State (18:20), homering in the 1963 World Series (21:23), being traded to Washington (29:01), having Ted Williams as a manager (33:06), DC now as a baseball town (38:01), how he landed the nickname "Hondo" (39:45) & did he actually hit a homer out of Yankee Stadium (42:51)?
From Wednesday, February 21, 2018: While covering Spring Training in Palm Beach, Thom chats w/ the new Nationals Manager Dave Martinez. They look back at his well traveled playing career under many different skippers, which included a stop in Montreal (8:40), being with his now predecessor Dusty Baker in San Francisco (12:04), his developing knowledge of pitching (18:02), & learning from Bobby Cox (22:30).
From Wednesday, February 14, 2018: Thom chats with Joe Maddon, the only man in the last 100 years to be a World Series winning Cubs manager. They discuss how he's known Nats GM Mike Rizzo since the early 80's (7:45), his idea for fantasy baseball in schools (13:34), what kind of manager Dave Martinez will be for the Nationals (18:16), & his memories of the 2012 pine tar controversy with Davey Johnson (20:08)."
From Wednesday, February 7, 2018: Thom is joined by DMV native and famous sportscaster James Brown. James attended Dematha High School on his way to a long accomplished career in sports television at the highest stage. They discuss his passion for baseball at a young age (7:25), James' thoughts on Bill Belichick (14:23), his interactions & interviews with Michael Vick (27:36), and getting chances to anchor the CBS Evening News (28:36).
From Wednesday, January 31, 2018: Thom chats with one of the few Redskins to have been on all the Super Bowl teams in the Joe Gibbs era, tight end & 3 time champion Donnie Warren. Donnie shares his story of coming to Washington (6:13), his favorite John Riggins story (20:23), his theory on why they lost Super Bowl 18 (32:15), Gibbs leaving & his affection for the coach, & more.
From Wednesday, January 24, 2018: Thom welcomes on one of the all time great voices of Boxing, "Colonel" Bob Sheridan. He talks about his distinguished Hall of Fame career including calling the "Rumble in the Jungle" (15:18), "Thrilla in Manilla" (23:55), the night Tyson bit Holyfield (35:26),, and being in Tokyo for Buster Douglas' upset (41:10).
From Wednesday, January 17, 2018: Thom welcomes on former Dallas Cowboys All Pro Defensive Tackle, Co-Super Bowl MVP and Terp Randy White. They discuss what led him to Maryland (6:46), playing for Tom Landry in Dallas (10:10), the Redskins/Cowboys rivalry in the 70's & 80's (26:21), & Joe Jacoby's Hall of Fame credentials (27:31).
From Wednesday January 10, 2018: Thom is joined by former Terp player and assistant coach when they won the National Title, Billy Hahn. Bill talks of why he left the state of Indiana to play at Maryland (7:30), his favorite memories of playing for Lefty Driesell and of Cole Field House (13:26), how he started to work for Gary Williams at his alma mater (25:58), Billy's take on Maryland's rivalries with Duke & UNC (36:34), his tenure as Lasalle's Head Coach (42:02), and more.
From Wednesday, January 3, 2017: Ernie Baur is a DC TV producer who saw it all. He and Thom reminisce on his illustrious career. 6:23 how he got his start in the biz, 12:39 Hanafi Siege coverage, 16:30 Birth of Warner’s catchphrase, 21:10 working w/ Glenn Brenner, and 25:28 getting to know and become friends with Sonny Jurgensen.