Thu, 28 December 2006
Thu, 17 August 2006
In this show, I interview Ed (Doc Bradley, who is the current President of the National Beep Baseball Association!
As he also serves on the Board of Directors for the American Council of the Blind!
Doc shares with us his life as it pertains to Beep Baseball, his career as a chiropractor and his long tenure as the President of the NBBA.
At the beginning of this show is a round up of the regional/local tournaments that have been taking place and my insight with regard to the results and
I also asked that each of you who listen keep Leonard Williams, from the Cleveland Scrappers,
In your thoughts and prayers, as he recovers from sum ailments.
The Beep Baseball Guy is of course traveling with his favorite team, The Long Island Bombers,
During the first week of August to Strongsville Ohio for the World Series of Beep Baseball.
Updates, via the Beep Baseball Guy PodCast and Blog will hopefully be taking place each day with announcing the winners of each game.
You can view the entire bracketing by visiting the NBBA web site at:
The next upcoming shows will be with David Smolka and Wilbert Turner, so stay tuned.
As always, we encourage your participation in the Beep Baseball PodCast and Blog by sending us E-Mail to:
Until next time, enjoy this show and see you all at the ball Park.
The Beep Baseball Guy
Fri, 30 June 2006
The Beep Baseball PodCast and Blog!
Show #6, an interview with the President of the National Beep Baseball Association, (NBBA) Dr. Ed Bradley.
(Doc) Bradley is also an original member of the Bayou City Heat Beep Baseball team in
Sharing anecdotes and his love for the game, anyone will find this show to be special and one for the long term archives.
Doc speaks about his first experience with Beep Baseball, his career and wisdom for any new and upcoming teams.
Promos for the Beep Baseball PodCast and Blog with Neal McDonald and Jeana Weigand, Mike Carino and The digital Media Cast Experiment,
Are heard during the course of the show.
The Beep Baseball PodCast and Blog are reachable on the web at:
The National Beep Baseball Association is the sole sponsor for the Beep Baseball PodCast and Blog and they can be reached on the web at:
Check out the NBBA web site for all your up-to-date information regarding the 2006 World Series being held in
It is the 30th anniversary of the NBBA, so come out and participate in our celebration during the first week of August.
To participate and show your support for the BeepBaseball PodCast and Blog, you can send E-mail to:
Future shows that will be aired before the World Series being held in Strongsville Ohio will include, David Smolka, Second VP for the NBBA, Michael Garrett, Past President of the NBBA and Ken Bailey, Head Umpire for the NBBA.
Thanks for listening and “See you next time at the ball park!?
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Fri, 30 June 2006
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Tue, 11 April 2006
Sun, 19 February 2006
Welcome back to the Beep Baseball PodCast!
Stephen Guerra, "The BeepBaseball Guy," brings you another interview to inform you all about the sport of Beep Baseball!
Show #2 is an interview with Braulio Thorne from the Long Island Bombers.
Braulio stands at six foot three inches tall, and is one of the Bombers big hitters.
Originating from Panama, Braulio brings the latin explosiveness to the Bombers that is one of the many sparks for the teams success.
The Long Island Bombers, are gearing up for another exciting season in 2006, and Braulio shares sum interesting insight to the things that the Bombers must do to perform well.
You can E-Mail the Beep Baseball PodCast with any suggestions, comments or questions you would like to ask the guests, by sending E-Mail to The Beep Baseball PodCast.
Wed, 1 February 2006
The Beep Baseball PodCast, with your host, "The Beep Baseball Guy," Stephen Guerra!
In this show, listen to an indepth interview with Neal McDonald from the West Coast Daugs, and enjoy the knowledge and wisdom that he brings out during this conversation.
Mon, 30 January 2006
Beep Baseball, a sport for the blind and visually impaired, adapted with the use of a ball and bases that beep. Learn all their is to know about the sport itself, and hear in depth interviews with those who make up the National Beep Baseball Association and their affiliate teams.