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The Atlanta Braves podcast by the fans for the Braves Fam! Hosted by Ken Hendrix and Josh Brown, the top twitter knuckleheads.

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Knockahoma Nation Episode 88

This week Grant McAuley joins the boys to talk about his return to the Braves baseball podcast world. Grant’s the host of Around The Big Leagues with Grant McAuley and is a fantastic follow on Twitter.

JT and Josh team team up this week to bring you the rest of the show. (Kenny was having technical issues.) Topics they discussed:

  • Winter Meetings
  • Upcoming bowl games
  • Conway Twitty
  • Randy Owen
  • Lyndon B. Johnson’s pecker
  • Cuntry Music Hall of Shame
  • Why Julio Teheran is better than Dallas Keuchel 

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Knockahoma Nation Episode 87

This week on the show the boys recap the SEC Championship game. Is Tua still a shoe-in for the Heisman? Is Kirby a good coach? Should Georgia have made it into the playoffs?

The boys also talk some Braves baseball. Josh and Ken explain what a super utility guy actually is. And, the boys drop some knowledge on the Hall of Fame cases for Curt Schilling and Fred McGriff.

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Knockahoma Nation Episode 84

Back in July when the Padres were in town, Padres catcher Raffy Lopez tried to kill our friend Kurt Suzuki on a backswing. Well, last week the Atlanta Braves made a trade that brought Raffy to Atlanta. So, before we could let Raffy into our hearts, we needed an apology.

We reached out to Raffy and he makes his HISTORIC Knockahoma debut on this week’s podcast. What a guy.

The boys, along with JT also talk about some college football match-ups from over the weekend, as well as some Braves and NFL.

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Knockahoma Nation Episode 81

This week on the Knockahoma Nation podcast Josh and Kenny take a deep dive into catching options for the Atlanta Braves going into next year.

Cervelli? Bring back Zuk? Maybe sign a guy like Ramos for a 2-3 deal until William Contreras is MLB ready? The boys look at all the angles but can’t promise answers.

Also – Here’s Wayne Cavaldi’s article on William Contreras, as mentioned in the podcast. It’s very good, and if you’re a Braves fan, it should excite you about this young catching prospect.

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Knockahoma Nation Episode 80

While everyone is already jumping into trade proposals, Josh and Kenny felt the need to pay tribute to one hell of a season.

Hell, the World Series hasn’t even started yet. Let’s remember the season first.

Other topics (besides the Atlanta Braves stellar 2018 season) include, but are not limited to:

  • Trump
  • Kanye West
  • Pregnant Women
  • Waffle House waitresses
  • and lots more

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Knockahoma Nation Episode 78 (Playoff Edition)

The 2018 Atlanta Braves were projected by most to win around 72-77 games. Instead, they’ve been the darlings of baseball and Brian Snitker is a shoe-in for NL Manager of the Year. And, for the first time in five years they’re headed to the playoffs.

All of this being said, it only made sense for Knockahoma Nation to bring you an EXTRA sort of show. Guests this week include Michael Kelly, Matthew Kaminski (the Braves organist guy), Timothy Miller, Doc Herbert and 1966 AL wins leader Jim Kaat.

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Knockahoma Nation Episode 77

The Atlanta Braves are your 2018 National League East Champions. That’s right. The year in which they were projected by almost every reputable sports outlet to be the laughing stock of the NL East (again) they shocked they world.

This week we’ve got Josh’s cousin, Kent, on the show. With Josh and Kent together, they can troll anyone. We not only talk about potential Braves playoff match-ups, but also some college football. We’re sorry. It’s football season, too, and we cannot help ourselves.

Also, get ready for next week because we’ve got some surprises up our sleeves.

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Knockahoma Nation Episode 76

This week the boys fall prey to Playoff Fever. With the Atlanta Braves on the brink of clinching the NL East, Josh and Kenny talk about what their playoff starting rotation should be.

Other topics covered on this podcast include, but are not limited to: Serena Williams, Baker Mayfield, Brian Snitker, Hurricane Florence.

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Knockahoma Nation Episode 75

Welcome to another episode of your favorite Braves (ish) podcast. This week the boys recap Kenny’s vacation and talk about the most important things in life – college football, how to tailgate at a Notre Dame game and what makes a good beach bar.

They also talk about Colin Kaepernick. Fun fact – He’s a terrible quarterback. Which might have more to do with the fact that he can’t find a job than his political views. 

Oh, the boys also talked about one of the ailments that hurts players’ on-the-field performance – the booty effect.

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Knockahoma Nation Episode 74

This week on Knockahoma Nation Josh and Kenny attempt to cover all of most important topics in life. Like Robert Earl Keen and Tiger Woods.

Seriously, tho, this might be their best work. They boys go deep down the rabbit holes and dig up things like Ted Williams, Roberto Clemente and the 1893 Atlanta Windjammers. Did you know Atlanta had a base ball team called the Windjammers and a guy named Bones Ely was on it?

As promised on the podcast, here’s video of Billy Bean’s interview. Watch it and share it with the world. The world needs to see it. THIS is the Daniel Murphy story; the story of two guys from totally different viewpoints coming together and becoming friends because of baseball.

Also as promised, here is The Most Beautiful Baseball Discussion ever published, by Peter Gammons. In 1986, he sat down with a young Don Mattingly and Wade Boggs and the King, Ted Williams. What followed was absolute perfection to read.

Here’s the George Jones song mentioned in the podcast, “Just One More.” This particular recording of the song was on the Tin Cup soundtrack in 1996. (Editors note: In the podcast, Josh says that the song was only on the Tin Cup soundtrack. It was actually first written and recorded by The Possum way back in 1956 and reached No. 3 on the Billboard charts that year. Country stars of George’s caliber often didn’t, and still don’t, write their own material, but George pinned this one.) 

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