Eric Kasimov and John Priore | The State of Major League Baseball | SE

Eric Kasimov and John Priore | The State of Major League Baseball

America’s Pastime. But is baseball just that, a past time? In this episode, we discuss the state of major league baseball.  

While financially, the MLB is growing… there seem to be some issues with the sport.  

As we look ahead, we discuss some of the issues we believe are going on with Major League Baseball. And look at some ways baseball could get back to being that past time so many love 

I am sure the house is divided on the state of Major League Baseball. Regardless of your opinion, we are fascinated by all of it. Do let us know your thoughts and we can feature them on a future episode. 

Stu Stone | Jack of All Trades | SportsEpreneur Podcast

Stu Stone | Jack of All Trades

Taking you back to the baseball card era. Today we speak with Stu Stone, Director of the sports documentary, Jack of All Trades. In this episode, we discuss baseball cards, authenticity, and Jack of All Trades  

Stu Stone is an actor and writer from Ontario, Canada. He is best known for his work on Donnie Darko, The Boys Club, and Jack of All Trades.   

Jack of All Trades is a documentary that gives an investigative look into the baseball card scandal during the 1990’s. This documentary, of course, has a major left turn. 

Stu provides behind the scenes stories from his time directing and creating the documentary to his story growing up in the card collecting era.

Stu’s success on and off the screen has us excited to feature him on the SportsEpreneur Podcast. 

Tom Murphy | Learn Work Ethic from a Professional Catcher | SE Podcast

Tom Murphy | Catcher for the Seattle Mariners

Born from hard work and great effort. Today we speak with Tom Murphy, Catcher for the Seattle Mariners. In this episode, we discuss the Major League Baseball Journey, The Seattle Mariners, and youth baseball. —— Last season, Tom played for the Colorado Rockies. Before his time in professional baseball, Tom played collegiate ball at the University of Buffalo. Tom shares stories from his time playing little league baseball in Upstate, New York to becoming a major leaguer to moving this past offseason from the Rockies to the Giants to the Mariners. We always talk about finding the positive and Tom showcases his positive mindset in this conversation. And as you will hear from Tom, it’s born from hard work and great effort. Tom’s success on and off the field has us excited to feature him on the SportsEpreneur Podcast. 

Jake Newton | Mental Health in Hockey | SE Podcast

Jake Newton | Mental Health in Hockey

Using your platform for good. Our guest today is Jake Newton, professional hockey player and mental health advocate. In this episode, we discuss mental health in sports and the life of a professional hockey player. ——Today we are chatting with Jake Newton, Professional Hockey Player and mental health advocate.   In his career he has played in the AHL, ECHL and currently plays for JYP of the Finnish Liiga.  Jake had a lot to say about mental health, battling recovery, and using his platform for good.  Jake’s success on and off the ice have us excited to feature him on the SportsEpreneur Podcast. 

Ty Kelly | The Life of a Professional Baseball Player | SE Podcast

Ty Kelly | The Life of a Professional Baseball Player

Ever wondered what it’s like as a professional baseball player? Our guest today is Ty Kelly, professional baseball player for the Los Angeles Angels. In this episode, we discuss creating content as an athlete and the life of a professional baseball player.——In his career, he has played for the Mets, Phillies, Blue Jays, and Team Israel.  Ty had a lot to say about creativity, adaptability, and of course, enjoying the journey!   He has a lot to say about creating content, the travel of a baseball player, and adapting as an athlete. Ty’s success on and off the field have us excited to feature him on the SportsEpreneur Podcast. 

Which Way is First Base | SportsEpreneur Content Platform

Which Way is First Base

I love Little League baseball. You watch these five- and six-year-olds just enjoying the game as if for the first time—oh, wait, it is their first time!   But we also get to watch kids picking their noses, wiggling loose teeth, and looking the wrong way. “Hey mom, look at me, my tooth is wiggly!!”   “That’s great darling!! Watch the ball now!”  Then the…