• On The 'Road To Rickwood' With Roy Wood Jr.

    Comedian and Cubs fan Roy Wood Jr. stops by to talk about his new podcast about Rickwood Field in Alabama, the Negro Leagues, the perfect ballpark food strategy, baseball movies to avoid, and a hilarious rundown of the greatest scandal in sports history.

    40m - Jun 4, 2024
  • Chaos In Yankeeland With 'Bronx Zoo 90' Director DJ Caruso

    'Bronx Zoo 90' director D.J. Caruso stops by to talk about his new docuseries on the pre-dynasty Yankees, the shocking culture of that era, and George Steinbrenner's complicated legacy before he and Jason debate the merits of 'Field Of Dreams.' Plus, John Mulaney stars in the latest 'Baseball Weirdness' with his own defense of that Kevin Costner classic.

    32m - May 17, 2024
  • Going Back to Cali with Adam Jones

    Jason sits down with Baltimore Orioles legend Adam Jones to open this new chapter of the In The Gap Podcast. Adam dishes on his California roots, his love for West Coast Hip-Hop, baseball crowds, and the modern media landscape in the game.

    36m - May 10, 2024
  • TRAILER | Welcome to The In The Gap Podcast!

    Host Jason Tabrys tells you what to expect from the newest show to the Just Baseball podcast network.

    0m - May 6, 2024
  • Making The Show With SNY Mets Director John DeMarsico

    On the latest episode, I'm joined by John DeMarsico, the director for SNY's Mets broadcasts and an avid movie fan. We're breaking down some of the key Mets broadcast moments from last season, from Jacob deGrom's "Simple Man" return to the Kill Bill cam and Edwin Diaz' Narco entrance. We also discuss the magic of Gary, Ron, and Keith, learning from the legendary Bill Webb, and we get an insider's read on the state of baseball broadcasting before nerding out about 2022's best films.  DeMarsico on "Simple Man" 

    "I say to Gary, Keith and Ron, 'I may pump in a little bit more PA than usual here,' just to give them a heads up. They said, 'Oh, that's great. Do you want us to say anything?' Gary said. I left that up to them, and then Ronnie goes, 'What are we going to do, give stats?' So that was their cue to just lay out. As soon as that first chord hit from that song, we all knew in the truck that this was going to be a pretty special moment." --- For more on John DeMarsico, follow him on Twitter and read past pod guest Noah Gittell's profile of him in The New York Times

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    E8 - 1h 10m - Dec 9, 2022
  • Baseball On Film With Noah Gittell

    Film critic (New York Times, The Atlantic) and baseball movie expert Noah Gittell takes time out from researching his upcoming book on the history of baseball movies to talk about a collection of great, curious, and underwhelming baseball films and TV shows. 

    From Moneyball to monkeyball (the awful '90s Matt LeBlanc starring film, Ed), Little Big League, The Sandlot, The Scout, and the deeper meaning behind some of the earliest examples of the form, we're going deep on the films that have defined the game on-screen. This before talking about Noah's recent NYT article on SNY's tremendous Mets broadcasts, and why it's OK to reject baseball tribalism especially when the on-field product sucks. 

    “Oh, well he’s a die-hard… well stop trying to kill me with your really awful decision-making.” 

    Check out Noah's article here. Find him on Twitter here.

    E7 - 1h 25m - Nov 30, 2022
  • Watching The Season For The Season With Josh Adams

    Pulitzer prize-winning comic artist and highly opinionated and knowledgeable Mets fan Josh Adams stops by to wax nostalgic about the 2022 Mets before talking about what comes next for the team.  You can find info on Josh's art career here.  You can follow Josh on Twitter here.  Please subscribe to the show. Reviews are always appreciated... well, positive ones, at least.  Our next episode drops Friday, November 11. Our guest will be writer Noah Gittell (New York Times, The Atlantic) who is working on a book all about baseball movies. 

    E6 - 1h 6m - Nov 6, 2022
  • The Legacy Of Steroids And Baseball With Ken Caminiti Biographer Dan Good

    This time, Jason is joined by author and Ken Caminiti biographer Dan Good to discuss his book, Playing Through The Pain, Ken Caminiti's defiant and ultimately tragic life, what it was like to grow up as a Rangers fan, and the ever-expanding shared legacy of steroids and baseball. 

    You can follow Dan here.  You can pick up a copy of Playing Through The Pain here

    E5 - 55m - Aug 23, 2022
  • Seeing The Whole Stadium With Jeff Pearlman

    New York Times best-selling author and former Sports Illustrated reporter Jeff Pearlman stops by to talk about the joys of watching baseball games from a distance. Then he and Jason discuss how the ideological makeup of MLB locker rooms impacts how much (or how little) baseball player's say publicly about social issues. 

    Show Notes: 

    Jeff Pearlman's website

    Two Writer's Slinging Yang podcast 

    "The Last Folk Hero: The Life And Myth Of Bo Jackson" Amazon pre-order page (out October 25, 2022)

    E4 - 34m - Jul 6, 2022
  • For The Love Of The Game with Joel Church Cooper

    Brockmire creator Joel Church Cooper stops by to talk about the journey of Hank Azaria's Jim Brockmire in the IFC series, similarities to Ted Lasso , the JK Simmons/Azaria "Baseball God" scene, and the magic of baseball movie montages.  Show Notes:  Stream Brockmire on Hulu Show theme: Take Me Out To The Ballgame (8-Bit Chiptune Version) by Raxlen Slice Recorded in Aug/Sept of 2021

    E3 - 1h 1m - Mar 22, 2022
  • Kansas City Here I Come with Greg Proops

    Whose Line Is It Anyway legend, comedian, author, podcaster, and baseball historian Greg Proops stops by for a great chat about the state of baseball, owner greed, player politics, the joys of watching Barry Bonds play, Oscar Charleston, and the magnificence of the Negro League Museum and Kansas City (which inspired the play in song by Wilbert Harrison).  We also discuss his upcoming Zoom comedy show and trying to be funny during tense times.  You can check out info on Greg's upcoming show here. Catch up with the Proopcast here.  And follow Greg on Twitter here

    S1E2 - 1h 13m - Jun 17, 2020
  • The Oakland Experience with Mike Oz

    Yahoo Sports writer and Old Baseball Card Show host Mike Oz stops by the first episode of the podcast to discuss growing up in the Bay Area during the Bash Bros era, never rooting for the Warriors, Jordans, baseball cards, Chappelle, baseball movies, and why baseball needs to focus more on player personalities. 

    E1 - 57m - May 26, 2020
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