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Knockahoma Nation Episode 82

Welcome to another week of the Knockahoma Nation podcast show. This week the boys bring on their friend J.T. to recap Saturday’s college football match-ups.

Josh and Kenny go on to discuss the every-changing landscape of baseball – the steep decline of African Americans in the game, pitching changes, dingers, etc. They might also talk about Trump, so please consider listening under the supervision of a friend.

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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 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 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 73

This week on Knockahoma Nation war lords Josh and Ken try understanding the difference between fWAR and bWAR. We’re still not sure they quite understand.

They also talk a bit about how the Braves pitching has been. And, somehow, someway, Josh has had a change of heart about Julio Teheran. Josh is convinced the Braves should now keep him. Ken thinks he’s crazy.

Keith Law’s terrible tweets this week about Daniel Murphy aren’t off the table either. The boys go in spikes first at Keith for calling Daniel Murphy a bigot this week on Twitter.

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Knockahoma Nation Episode 66

This week on Knockahoma Nation Ken explains what a baseball manager does and Josh recaps his interesting trip to ElizaBETHton, Tennessee to see the Danville Braves. Did you know that they don’t serve beer at ElizaBETHton Twins games? It’s true.

Ken also gets philosophical, and talks forever, about his favorite past time, the grandest game of all, baseball.

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Episode 45 – Knockahoma Nation Podcast


This week on the Knockahoma Nation replacement-level baseball podcast, the boys are without any guests for the first time in a few weeks. Translation – They’re left to their own devices.

Topics of discussion this week:

  • Lane Adams’ elementary understanding of basic economic principles
  • Just because the owner of your baseball team is a billionaire doesn’t mean that you should get paid whatever number you and Scott Boras want
  • MLB players haven’t been overpaid in at least the last 40 years
  • Baseball at the Winter Olympics?
  • And much, much more!

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