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 eighty-first episode, Thomas and Danny talk about the four Giants on the All-Star team, the ridiculousness of it all, Brad Penny's call-up, the shutout streak and sweep against the Dodgers, and FIRST PLACE.
In the eightieth episode, Thomas and Danny talk about Aubrey Huff's freak injury, Barry Zito's regression to the suck, Matt Cain's perfect game IN CASE YOU HADN'T HEARD ABOUT IT, Danny's venture into Seattle, the Designated Hitter position, fun with lineups, and they watch some Brandons.
In the seventy-ninth episode, Thomas and Danny break their non-podcasting streak to talk about Pablo Sandoval's return, Ryan Vogelsong's continued dominance, Brett Pill's designation for assignment, Theriot's hot streak, and a visit from Dr. Todd.
Excerpted from Episode 78, Thomas and Danny discuss the pros and cons of Barry Bonds' potential return to the Giants in a coaching role.
In the seventy-eighth episode, Thomas and Danny score press passes to Giants games, recap the last two weeks, Barry Bonds' visit to the park and potential coaching job, and Danny crows about Gregor Blanco.
In the seventy-seventh episode, Thomas and Danny talk to Comcast SportsNet's Rael Enteen about Tim Lincecum's struggles, the effects of Pablo Sandoval's injury, Brandon Belt's at-bats, Ryan Theriot, a crazy infield solution, wild trade rumors, and Brett Pill.
In the seventy-sixth episode, Thomas and Danny talk to Blogfather Grant Brisbee of McCoveyChronicles.com about Pablo Sandoval's injury, Conor Gillaspie's potential, Aubrey Huff's return and effects on Brandon Belt, Tim Lincecum's decline, Madison Bumgarner's contract, the bullpen's struggles, and expectations for Freddy Sanchez.
In the seventy-fifth episode, Thomas and Danny talk to Padres correspondent Levon about the series win, Aubrey Huff's trip to the DL, Angel Pagan's hitting streak, Brandon Belt's disappearance, and Buster Posey.
In the seventy-fourth episode, Thomas and Danny revel in .500dom, celebrate Angel Pagan's return to relevancy, Brandon Belt's relegation to the bench, Matt Cain's Cainitude, and Barry Zito's grasp on the Giants ERA title. Also, Steve Finley.
In the seventy-third episode, Thomas and Danny climb down off the 0-3 ledge, complain about surprisingly poor pitching, delight in surprisingly good hitting, and figure out who the 70th best reliever in the National League is.
In the seventy-second episode, Thomas and Danny recap the final roster decisions for the Giants, guess about Panda's catching future, Nate's lack of playing time and the Opening Day Second Baseman.
In the seventy-first episode, Thomas and Danny talk with Grantland.com writer Jonah Keri about his 2012 Giants preview, the infield situation, Matt Cain's true worth, Brandon Belt's quest for playing time, and why Giants fans should be angry with the Front Office.
In this special episode, Thomas and Danny tour the Giants clubhouse in Scottsdale, and talk offseason and preparation with Pablo Sandoval, Javier Lopez, Brandon Crawford, Clay Hensley, Eli Whiteside and Chris Stewart.
In the seventieth episode, Thomas and Danny talk about their days in the sun, their visit to the clubhouse, pissing off Willie McCovey (again), Buster's big hit, and talk to Ryan Vogelsong about his movie career.
In the sixty-ninth episode, Thomas and Danny travel to Scottsdale, the strange sun-baked land of Spring Training baseball and sit down with San Jose Mercury News Giants beat reporter Alex Pavlovic.