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.
Carson Cistulli is a writer and editor for Fangraphs, and about a month, he will be a father. Casey talked to him under the accidental guise of a Father’s Day suite of podcasts, but the interview was fine nonetheless.
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.
Casey is joined by comedian and Cleveland sports fan Kortney Shane Williams. Kortney and Casey talked last year after the finals. They also talk about a year ago when Casey asked Kortney one of the worst interview questions in the history of all podcasts.