Description:Anton Schindler informs listeners about the origins of some of the most popular baseball snacks as well as some of the wackiest. More information:On a rather fun edition of "Painting the Corners with Anton Schindler," we’ll be taking a deep dive into the history of some of your favorite ballpark eats. We’ll talk about the strange story of how hot dogs made their … [Read more...] about Hot dogs and peanuts: The history of ballpark foods
Painting The Corners With Anton
Painting the Corners with Anton Schindler, a KCSU sports podcast series that takes a deep dive into the quirky incidents of baseball.
Description:This week's episode covers catchers, the most underappreciated and bruised players in baseball, and describes some of the all-time greats. More information:It’s one of the hardest positions to play on the baseball field: Catchers are constantly beaten up and hit with bats, balls and sometimes players. They have to squat down on their knees for nine or more … [Read more...] about Catcher: The toughest and least recognized position in baseball
Description:This week's episode recaps the 2021 MLB Opening Day and compares it with some of the most exciting opening days in the history of the MLB. More information:Ah, opening day. How we missed you. Baseball is finally up and running once again after the COVID-19-shortened season in 2020, and it has never felt so good. In this week's episode of "Painting the Corners … [Read more...] about Opening day over the years
Description:In this week's episode, Anton previews the 2021 season and makes some predictions on how the season will go. More information:The 2021 MLB season is almost upon us, as a full 162-game season will fill up the calendar for the next seven months of 2021. In this week's episode of "Painting the Corners with Anton Schindler," we’ll preview the 2021 season and make … [Read more...] about 2021 MLB season: Sneak peaks and predictions for the year
Description:This week’s episode covers some of the craziest and most ridiculous MLB contracts to ever make their way to the public. More information:We’ll talk about Bobby Bonilla and his love for July 1 as well as Bruce Sutter, who hasn’t pitched since 1988 but continues to make more money than some minor league baseball players today. We’ll also recap more recent contract … [Read more...] about Bobby Bonilla to Mike Trout: Baseball’s craziest contracts