Not gonna split hairs here. Are you in need of some cod? The answer to that is probably “yes”. If so, Dennis Lamp (former MLB pitcher) would love yo sell the shit outta some cod to you. Details to follow …
(0:00-6:06) The open
(6:40-30:06) The non-Canadian emails. Stream “Opposite Field” here.
( 30:40-50:57) The baseball things.
- ASG recap: Mike Trout is good, and so is the new HR Derby format
- The stove’s getting hot: Cueto, Hamels, Samardzija, Bruce, and more
(50:57-1:12:42) The human guest: Eric Stephen of True Blue LA.
(1:13:17-1:19:50) The Old School Player of the Week: DENNIS LAMP
55 (70 ceiling) DADHAT, 70 DADGLASSES, PLUS-PLUSTACHE, and apparently he cloned his mustache and replaced his eyebrows with it.
Dennis Lamp played 16 MLB seasons with the Cubes, White Sox, Blue Jays, A’s, Red Sox and Pirates. His peak years (1978-1980) were spent as a middling starter, but he spent the remainder of his career as a mediocre arm out of the pen. He is responsible for surrendering Lou Brock’s 3000th hit, as well as Cal Ripken Jr.’s first MLB hit.
Mind blown: He has worked behind the seafood counter at Bristol Farms in Newport Beach since 2004.