Two Guys, a Glove and a Coke Bottle Podcast
Summary: Two Guys, a Glove and a Coke Bottle is a fan-made podcast about the San Francisco Giants baseball team. This show is not authorized or in any way connected to MLB or the San Francisco Giants.
In the one-hundred-and-forty-seventh episode, Thomas and Danny discuss the Dodgers' brief sojourn in first place, Logan Webb's incredible run of starts, and Brandon Crawford's Hall of Fame case.
In the one-hundred-and-forty-sixth episode, Thomas and Danny discuss the Dodgers' pursuit of the first-place Giants, Brandon Crawford's MVP chances, and try to figure out who and what is going on in "The 415."
In the one-hundred-and-forty-fifth episode, Thomas and Danny discuss a legendary Giants-Dodgers series, the struggles of Kevin Gausman, the return of Buster Posey, the upcoming trade deadline, and Italian director and bullpen ace Sergio Leone.
In the one-hundred-and-forty-fourth episode, Thomas and Danny discuss the Giants having the best record in baseball at the All-Star Break, the challenges with the lineup ahead, and predict what happens during the All-Star festivities and the beginning of the second half.
In the one-hundred-and-forty-third episode, Thomas and Danny discuss the Giants continued success, potential All-Star roster spots, and Danny's favorite greasy spoons.
In the one-hundred-and-forty-second episode, Thomas and Danny talk about the sudden decline in offense, Mike Tauchman's heroics, and the upcoming "stay-cation" in California. Then they sit down with Bill Zarchy, the author of Finding George Washington: A Time Travel Tale.
In the one-hundred-and-forty-first episode, Thomas and Danny take a stab at the 2021 season by talking about a surging offense, a sturdy starting rotation, and the success of the moves made by Farhan Zaidi, Scott Harris, and Gabe Kapler. It's a rave!
In the one-hundred-and-fourtieth episode, Thomas and Danny discuss the Giants' surprising success, the rise of Yaz and Donnie Barrels, Gabe Kapler's managerial chops, and what the heck is going on with Hunter Pence.
In the one-hundred-and-thirty-ninth episode, Thomas and Danny discuss Buster Posey’s decision to sit out the 2020 season, the Giants schedule, and the benefits of a two-blanket system in the bedroom.
In the one-hundred-and-thirty-eighth episode, Thomas and Danny catch themselves up on a full off-season of transactions, speculate about the youth movement of the coaching staff, and let you know what they have been doing with their lives since 2017.
In the hundred-and-thirty-seventh episode, I don't remember what Thomas and Danny talked about because it was so long ago and I forgot to post it until just now.
In the hundred-and-thirty-sixth episode, Thomas and Danny talk about how much the Giants suck.
In the hundred-and-thirty-fifth episode, Thomas and Danny cross over their episodes once again. The guys talk about the upcoming All Star Game, the state of the NL West, the Giants' recent injuries, the state of the outfield and back end of the rotation, and what's wrong with the Dodgers. Then the guys talk about the Warriors ridiculous comeback and look ahead to the NBA Finals.
In the hundred-and-thirty-fourth episode, Thomas and Danny merge their podcasts for a special crossover episode. The guys talk about the Giants' recent run of success, the Sharks entry into Lord Stanley's Finals, and the Warriors' struggles in the NBA's Western Conference Finals.
In the hundred-and-thirty-third episode, Thomas and Danny talk about the Giants' winning streak, the reemergence of Jake Peavy and Matt Cain, the subtle bullpen, Brandon Crawford's breakout, and the Selig Rule.