67: Jimmy Graham Retrospective, Ichiro Prospective with Thomas Bennett

Casey is joined by Fish Stripes editor Thomas Bennett. They talk about the return of Ichiro to Seattle. Casey also talks about the upcoming Seahawks offseason and the unfair expectations, and unfair characterization of Jimmy Graham’s acquisition and performance in Seattle.

Casey wrote this about Jimmy Graham being traded, and this after the 2015 season.

62: Edgar Martinez, Hall of Fame, Milwaukee Brewers, and Matt Mikolas on the XFL Reboot

Edgar Martinez didn’t make it into the Hall of Fame for the 9th straight season, leaving him one year of eligibility to be inducted into the hall of fame. The Brewers traded for Christian Yelich and signed Lorenzo Cain.

Matt Mikolas aka Slickhawk of the Morning Show on 950 KJR-AM in Seattle calls to talk about the XFL reboot that is a couple years away.

53: Former QB for the Washington Huskies, Johnny Durocher

Casey is joined by Johnny Durocher. Durocher was a quarterback for the Washington Huskies during one of the only extended downturns in the history of the program. In 2006 he backed up Isaiah Stanback and Carl Bonnell, and in a November game against Stanford, Durocher threw an interception, and while trying to make a tackle on the return, Durocher was blocked and sustained a concussion. During a routine brain scan that followed, doctors discovered a brain tumor the size of a golf ball. Durocher’s career as a UW quarterback was over, but his involvement with football was still in its infancy. Hear about what he’s been doing since then on this episode of the Casey McLain show.

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52: NFL Week 10 with Jonathan Hull

Casey is joined by Jonathan Hull of the Wichita Falls Times Record News to recap Week 10 in the NFL and to preview Week 11. They talk about Richard Sherman’s injury, the future of Thursday Night Football, the Seahawks’ signing of Byron Maxwell, the Ezekiel Elliot Suspension, Jerry Jones throwing his weight arounding, and Tyrod Taylor’s benching in Buffalo.

51: Seahawks sign Maxwell, Mariners Interested in Sluggers, and UFC with BRCyeah

Casey talks about what he would do this offseason were he Jerry DiPoto, the Seahawks signing Byron Maxwell, the Mariners interest in Carlos Santana and Jay Bruce, and then he is joined by BRCyeah to talk about recent UFC news, including the looming lifetime ban of Anderson Silva and the return of George St. Pierre.

50: Ichiro, Giancarlo Stanton, and Shohei Otani to the Mariners with Thomas Bennett of Fish Stripes

Casey is joined by Thomas Bennett, a Seattle-area resident who is the managing editor of Fish Stripes, the SB Nation Marlins blog. He talks to Casey about the prospect of the Mariners signing Ichiro, trading for Giancarlo Stanton, and Shohei Otani.

49: Richard Sherman’s Injury, Russell Wilson, and Concussion Protocol with Matt Mikolas (Slickhawk) of KJR-AM

Casey is joined by Matt Mikolas of KJR-AM in Seattle to talk about the Seahawks victory over the Arizona Cardinals. The Seahawks won, but they lost considerably, losing their All Pro, All World corner back Richard Sherman, and likely some money after rushing Russell Wilson through concussion protocol.

48: NFL Week 9 with Jonathan Hull

Casey is joined by Jonathan Hull to talk about yet another stay in Ezekiel Elliot’s suspension, Jerry Jones intervening with an extension for Roger Goodell, Colin Kaepernick’s collusion accusation, and many things that don’t need to be settled in the court of law, including playoff odds and Deshaun Watson’s knee injury.

47: NFL Week 8 with Jonathan Hull

Casey is joined by Jonathan Hull, and while they normally talk about the week before, and the week to come, today they spent most of their time talking about the wildest trade deadline in this history of the NFL. They also talked about Texas High School football player who Jonathan wrote about for the Wichita Falls Times Record News who suffered a gruesome knee injury, and had his leg amputated, but made his way back to the field.

37: American Soccer Analysis and Anthem Protests with Drew Olsen

Casey is joined by Drew Olsen, one of the owners of American Soccer Analysis, and former political big shot. Drew and Casey talk about MLS playoff odds and some of the other interesting stats on American Soccer Analysis. They also talk abou the the ongoing protests during the national anthem in the NFL, and now other sports.

30: Red Sox Apple Watch, Chris Hayes, The Athletic, and October with Eno Sarris

Casey is joined by Eno Sarris to talk about the Red Sox Apple Watch scandal, the article he wrote about MSNBC analyst Chris Hayes being able to get a hit in a full season’s worth of plate appearances, his new role at The Athletic, and the evolution of Beergraphs, a Craft Beer Lifestyle Magazine called October.

21: Chris Mitchell evaluates the MLB Trade Deadline

Casey is joined by Chris Mitchell, a Fangraphs writer who stops by to evaluate the MLB Trade Deadline. Chris is the creator of the KATOH prospect projection system, and he talks about the median expected value of the prospects traded at the deadline, and about some of the more interesting and peculiar trades made at and around the MLB Trade Deadline.

19: KeyArena Renovation and Major League Soccer, with Geoff Baker

Casey talks to Geoff Baker, Sports Investigative Journalist for the Seattle Times. Baker has been at the center of reporting of controversial stories as a beat writer for both the Toronto Blue Jays and Seattle Mariners, and is now presently embroiled in contoversy regarding the return of the Seattle Supersonics to Seattle.

15: Curveballs with Chase Mayers

Casey is joined by Chase Mayers, who is a Seattle comic by way of Baton Rouge. They talk about Louisiana sports, including the New Orleans Saints, and the tradition around LSU football and baseball. They talk probably too much about comedy, and also about their high school baseball prowess, where they were both pitchers with similar repertoires.


11: Scared Dan, with Dan Soder and Gregr

Casey is joined by New York comedian Dan Soder, who has an hour special called “Not Special,” a Sirius XM radio show called “The Bonfire” with Big Jay Oakerson, and acts on the Showtime show “Billions.” Dan is a die hard San Francisco 49ers fan and was once the underling of Gregr. Gregr is the morning show host on 107.7 The End in Seattle. He and Dan worked at a radio station together in Tuscon, Arizona, where Dan gained the on-air name Scared Dan.

8: Taylor Bonzer talks movies

Casey is joined by his comedian friend Taylor Bonzer. Taylor is a huge nerd, and has very different movie taste than Casey. They talk about how to act at movies, what movies they like that the other person doesn’t like, a movie that they both like a lot, and a bunch of annoying comedy talk.


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7: Ken Thoburn of Wingman Brewers

Casey talks to Wingman Brewers co-owner and head brewer Ken Thoburn. Ken talks about his brewery, and also the perhaps overblown story of AB InBev buying up hop fields, and the less overblown story of AB InBev buying a beloved and respected craft brewery called Wicked Weed.

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6: BRCyeah plays the Over/Under game, and that’s it

Former Offspeed Podcast co-host, Casey’s dear friend, and host of the Feels Badcast on this network, joins Casey. They talked for nearly an hour, but the first 40 minutes are lost to the sands of time. Casey messed up the recording. Nonetheless, Casey and BRCyeah debuted the Over/Under game, guessing career earnings of athletes in four different sports.

5: Jonathan Hull talks NFL Draft

Jonathan Hull is a writer for the Wichita Falls Times Record News, and a longtime draft buff. Casey and Jonathan used to write about the NFL at the now-defunct Fantasy Football Jungle, where we find out that Jonathan was right about many more things than Casey.


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4: Jay Hollingsworth eats Wonder Bread

Casey is joined by comedian Jay Hollingsworth. Jay has been on a podcast with Casey before, and exposed a very intimate part of his body. Today, they both stay clothed, and talk about New England sports and food.

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2: Kevin Martinez, VP of Marketing for the Seattle Mariners

Casey went to the Seattle Mariners headquarters, deep into the heart of the beast, and talked to VP of Marketing Kevin Martinez. Kevin and Casey talk about baseball, food preferences, cultural phenomena, and more.

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1: Leading off, with John Baker


On the very first episode of Cascaudio, Casey is joined by John Baker. Baker was a catcher for parts of seven seasons. He’s now the Mental Skills Coordinator for the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs. Baker is an intellectual, with a variety of interests including mixed martial arts, and a background in Psychology and Nutrition.

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