Podcast: Lunch With Legends

Lew Stowers talks with Legends of Sports, Entertainment and in the Community.

The concept is simple and very enjoyable to listen to. Lew Stowers sets a lunch date with a living legend and then shows up with a recording device! Sometimes armed with an audio device, others a camera to capture the sights as well as the sounds. The end product is an amazing podcast you should add to your collection.

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“Play Ball, Not Work Ball”. Mike, “The Hitman”, Easler talks about Lou Brock, Tom Seaver and Willy Stargell Lunch With Legends

“We Are Family”, the hit song by Sister Sledge, rocked Three Rivers Stadium with that song after every World Series win in 1979, where the Pittsburgh Pirates overcame a future Hall of Fame Baltimore Orioles pitching staff. Mike Easler was one of the important members of that family, as a rookie, who spent ten years in the minors before getting his chance.  And, boy, did he ever make an impression that lasts to this day, 40 years later! The Hitman runs numerous baseball and hitting clinics throughout the US, including The Vaughn Academy, founded by Mo Vaughn, in Boca Raton, Florida.  It’s a place where kids can work hard, and play free.  https://vaughnsportsacademy.com/ — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/Lunch-With-Legends/message
  1. “Play Ball, Not Work Ball”. Mike, “The Hitman”, Easler talks about Lou Brock, Tom Seaver and Willy Stargell
  2. Bobby Grich On His Experiences With Tom Seaver
  3. Angel MVP Centerfielder Mike Trout and Manager Joe Madden
  4. Tom Gamboa; Chicago Cubs’ Third Base Coach during the Sosa-McGwire Home Run Race, Bladder Cancer Survivor
  5. Dennis Murphy; Sports Entrepreneur, author, politician and diehard USC Trojan fan

Lunch With Legends is available through your favorite podcast provider. CLICK HERE for full listings.

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