Episode 25 of the Fair Pole Podcast features the President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Tim Mead. During the conversation this week, host Chris Edwards moderates a wide-ranging conversation with Mr. Mead including several topics, such as:
- Spending 40 years with the Los Angeles Angels including 22 as the Vice President of Communications for the club
- Working for your favorite team when they win the World Series
- Take over as the President of the Hall of Fame and what the interview process was like
- What a typical day-to-day is like
- The Hall of Fame as a guardian of the game of baseball
- Telling the games history without players like Joe Jackson, Pete Rose and Barry Bonds not in the hall
- Why it is easy to be romantic about baseball
- Favorite exhibit and most underrated exhibit in the Hall
- Working for Gene Autry, who owned the Angels
... and more!
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