Outta The Park Ep. 82, Oct. 28:18 - Guest - Erik Kratz

By: admin. Posted in: Outta the Park(Episodes) on October 28, 2018

Catchers are a different breed.

Erik Kratz, former Blue Jay and current Milwaukee Brewer, joins Barry and Matt to talk about the season that was 2018.

Erik details the wonderful gesture his college buddies made happen during the post season and how he felt seeing many do something so wonderful for him.

They boys dissect Erik’s journey and discuss his relationship with Barry during his time with the Toronto Blue Jays. Everything from catching a knuckleball, throwing a knuckleball and 1st pitch swings and strikes are touched on.

Erik’s impression of former Blue Jays manager John Gibbons will leave you in stitches.

The first pitch opens the dialogue on Charlie Montoyo, new Manager for the Blue Jays.

Ask Barry Davis features a phone call to a loyal listener and member and she delivers and then some. Anne, the listener in question is affable and warm. You’re gonna love her.

The results of the fair or foul poll are revealed.

LETS TALK SQUATS! Its a catcher’s show, so its time to get nuts.
Source: NSR Media

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