Jackie Emerson is our guest in The Clubhouse today.
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1:53 She's so Boss is something very near and dear to Jackie's heart.
2:30 If you couldn't tell by now, this episode was recorded a couple of months ago. So by now we have actually released a couple of shows featuring women baseball fans. But Jackie is still our first female Dodger fan! So that is something! But check out our chats with Tessa Netting, Martha Jo Black, Monica Cuoco and Muneesh's sister!
13:58 Vin Scully is a global treasure.
18:43 Once again, this statement is no longer correct as we had actor Ty Simpkins on a couple of weeks ago. Oh the wonders of podcast release schedules!
19:00 Read all about the 1994 baseball strike here.
25:25 Muneesh has a 2016 Baseball Stadium Wall Calendar for sale. It makes the perfect gift! You can order it here! Make sure you send in your trivia questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @ClubhousePod and you may win a signed copy of the calendar!
Check out our archives for other great guests like Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning composer Tom Kitt!
27:49 Dodger Stadium opened in 1962.
31:34 Listen to Muneesh's interview with the kiss cam couple here.
33:00 Can you tell which one is the American dugout and which is the Japanese one?
33:30 The new European Baseball League is here!
40:00 Baseball Card Adventures is the name of the book series Jackie is referring to.
42:10 Tommy Lasorda is the best
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