Florida Atlantic Coach John McCormack, Irish Ambassador Dan Mulhall, and Irish Baseball Legend Big Ed Walsh | Episode 3
Irish Baseball Podcast
In this episode of the Irish Baseball Podcast: Florida Atlantic head coach John McCormack discusses the effects of COVID on college baseball and how his team prepares for games. Ireland's Ambassador to the United States, Dan Mulhall, discusses how he prepared to throw out the first pitch for the Washington Nationals. Houston Astros reporter Brian McTaggart introduces us to an Irish Baseball Legend and Hall of Famer named Big Ed Walsh. Click here to listen on Apple Podcasts!
Dr Ed Walsh pays tribute to Chuck Feeney on his 89th Birthday
Live95 Limerick Today Podcasts
Joe is joined by Dr Ed Walsh the founding president of UL, paying tribute to the billionaire who contributed to UL, Chuck Feeney, on his 89th birthday...See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this conversation, Coach and I talk to Ed Walsh. Ed still holds the 500yd free record. Amazingly, Coach found Ed in Freshman PE. His first time swimming the 500, he went a 6:47, four years later, he’s swimming under 5min and winning Sectional Titles.
Ed Walsh | "Church Choir" Member & Brother Matthew Walsh
Gainin' Fast On Memphis: The Podcast
Ed is the brother of Choir Member Matthew Walsh. We lost Matt this past July. This show is for him, His brother will tell us how they got into EC, and just who was the biggest fan. We will also be sharing photos and memories of Walsh live on the show. I look forward to paying my respect to the memory of my friend Matt, as well as other choir’s members that have kept Matt close to them. Please join us for Episode 15 A Tribute to Matthew Walsh. https://www.patreon.com/GaininFastOnMemphis https://www.facebook.com/groups/103832360213049/ https://www.facebook.com/ed.walsh.986 Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/GaininFastOnMemphis)
Episode 112 - Jack Coombs and Ed Walsh Are Unbeatable (with special guest Jason Novak)
This Week In Baseball History
Two of the best pitchers of the Dead Ball Era faced off 109 years ago this week, putting up matching goose eggs for 16 innings before the game between the Athletics and White Sox was called on a account of darkness. It serves as a perfect jumping off point to discuss the fantastic new graphic non-fiction book Baseball Epic: Famous and Forgotten Stars of the Dead Ball Era with author and illustrator Jason Novak. Plus, happy birthday to Claude Osteen!