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The Yips Podcast

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The Yips Podcast is a weekly biographical podcast discussing some of the greatest, strangest, and most interesting figures in sports history. Follow us on twitter @TheYipsPodcast

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The Yips Podcast is a weekly biographical podcast discussing some of the greatest, strangest, and most interesting figures in sports history. Follow us on twitter @TheYipsPodcast

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Interesting stories, great hosts

By Hi, Im Steve - Dec 29 2017
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Love these guys! Jack and Davin tell the most unique, random stories from the sports world which you can’t find anywhere else. Thoroughly researched, well delivered, and always entertaining; can’t wait for the next season!

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By Jack "Black" - Sep 01 2017
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Only listened to the first episode, but liked it. Interested to listen to more as they come out.

iTunes Ratings

16 Ratings
Average Ratings
16
0
0
0
0

Interesting stories, great hosts

By Hi, Im Steve - Dec 29 2017
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Love these guys! Jack and Davin tell the most unique, random stories from the sports world which you can’t find anywhere else. Thoroughly researched, well delivered, and always entertaining; can’t wait for the next season!

Sports Stories

By Jack "Black" - Sep 01 2017
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Only listened to the first episode, but liked it. Interested to listen to more as they come out.
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The Yips Podcast

Latest release on Apr 18, 2018

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

Updated by OwlTail 5 days ago

Warning: This podcast has few episodes.

This means there isn't enough episodes to provide the most popular episodes. Here's the rankings of the current episodes anyway, we recommend you to revisit when there's more episodes!

Rank #1: 27 - William Veeck Sr and Bill Veeck Jr "The Father and Son of Baseball Promotions"

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This week, we give our Yips of the Week (1:59) before discussing the early life of William Veeck Sr (5:07). He rose to fame as a sportswriter & covered the Cubs suspicious 1918 World Series loss (9:10). Veeck Sr. was so critical of the Cubs that they hired him to run the team (14:17). His son, Bill Jr, learned life lessons while growing up at Wrigley Field (16:55). After his father's death, Bill Jr. created the tradition of covering Wrigley's outfield walls with ivy (25:40). He then became an owned and created wild promotions with the Brewers, Cleveland Indians (28:45), St. Louis Browns (31:50), and two separate stints with the Chicago White Sox (35:04). For the 1979 season with the White Sox, he & his son created the most infamous promotion of all-time... Disco Demolition Night (43:15).

Apr 18 2018

57mins

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Rank #2: 26.5 - Interview with Cornhole Champion Matt Guy

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In our mini yipisode this week, we interviewed 7-time cornhole champion, Matt Guy. He shared advice on becoming a better cornhole player. He also revealed that he and his son Bret are likely the best father son duo in sports history.

Apr 06 2018

11mins

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Rank #3: 26 - David Salt Walther

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In ep. 26, we discuss David "Salt" Walther. He lived just as fast as he drove. He's one of only 8 Unlimited Hydroplane drivers to ever qualify for the Indianapolis 500. He's perhaps best known for his spectacular crash at the start of the 1973 Indy 500, but he didn't let the injuries prevent him from racing.

Mar 27 2018

36mins

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Rank #4: 25 - John Brisker "The Heavyweight Champion of the ABA"

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This week we discuss the life of former ABA and NBA player, John Brisker. He represented his hometown of Detroit by being one of the toughest SOBs to ever play basketball.

Mar 18 2018

41mins

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