The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
PK Subban Profile: 6/22/17
Jeremy's E:60 piece on the former Norris Trophy-winning Predator defenseman, who is a budding NHL superstar.
Nancy Lieberman, Basketball Hall of Fame: 6/22/17
Jeremy talks with the Sacramento assistant coach, on the 45th anniversary weekend of Title IX, about the advancement of women in the national sports scene.
Congressional Baseball (from 2011): 6/16/17
A reprise of Jeremy's 2011 piece about the Congressional Baseball game, which was played Thursday, where he spoke with congressmen Ben Chandler (D-KY) and Joe Barton (R-TX).
Parting Shot: Father's Day: 6/16/17
Jeremy shares his thoughts, on this Father's Day weekend, on his dad taking him to see a World Series game in Yankee Stadium, where he gained his love for sports.
Dan Schlossberg, Author: 6/16/17
Jeremy converses with the author about his book, "The New Baseball Bible," and why he loves baseball so much, which mostly had to do with bonding with his father.
Adam Carolla, Comedian & Documentarian: 6/16/17
Jeremy chats with Adam about his racing films, "The 24 Hour War" and "Winning: The Racing Life of Paul Newman," on the weekend of the 85th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Paul and Alison Frase: 6/16/17
Jeremy talks with former NFL player Paul Frase, and his wife Alison, about the foundation they started in their son's honor, who died of myotubular myopathy at age 15.
An Ode to Frank Deford: 6/1/17
Jeremy shares his thoughts on the legendary sportswriter and commentator, Frank Deford, who passed away this week at the age of 78.
Mike Ezra, Boxing Writer: 6/1/17
Jeremy talks to Mike about the legacy of Muhammad Ali, one year after his death. Plus, they discuss Mike's new boxing book: "The Bittersweet Science."
Jerry Izenberg, Author: 6/1/17
The author reflects on the life and legacy of Muhammad Ali. Plus, the pair converse about Jerry's new book, "Once There Were Giants: The Golden Age of Heavyweight Boxing."
Remembering the life of Frank Deford: 5/29/17
We remember the life and legacy of literary great Frank Deford who passed away today, May 29th. Jeremy Schaap spoke with Frank in 2012 after he wrote a memoir of his life.
Parting Shot: Memorial Day: 5/25/17
Jeremy takes time, on this Memorial Day Weekend, to thank and honor the troops that serve this country.
Mark Schwarz, ESPN NBA Reporter: 5/25/17
Jeremy talks to the NBA reporter about whether or not the NBA playoffs have been good, and who will win the NBA Finals.
Sam Walker, Author: 5/25/17
Jeremy converses with the author about his new book, "THE CAPTAIN CLASS: The Hidden Force That Creates the World's Greatest Teams."
Howard Bryant, ESPN The Mag: 5/25/17
Jeremy chats with Howard about the lack of exciting NBA playoffs thus far, and Predators defenseman PK Subban's rise as a star in America.
Trey Wingo, ESPN: 5/25/17
Jeremy talks with the ESPN veteran about his upcoming new radio show with Mike Golic and his role with the NFL Draft.
Parting Shot: Tom Brady & Concussions: 5/19/17
Jeremy shares his thoughts on a big problem in football, in light of the Tom Brady story this week: players are still concealing head injuries in the NFL.
Ryan Leaf, former NFL QB: 5/19/17
Jeremy talks with the former #2 overall NFL Draft pick about the new E:60 special on his life, Leaf. Ryan opens up about his struggles of being a draft bust.
John Florio, Author: 5/19/17
Jeremy converses with the author about the new book he co-wrote, "One Nation Under Baseball: How the 1960's Collided with the National Pastime"
Adam Greenberg, former MLB player: 5/19/17
Jeremy talks to the former baseball player about being hit in the head by the first pitch he saw in his MLB career and his new book, "Get Up: The Art of Perseverance."
Ira Berkow, Columnist: 5/19/17
Jeremy chats with the columnist about his new anthology, "It Happens Every Spring: DiMaggio, Mays, the Splendid Splinter, and a Lifetime at the Ballpark."
Bob Ley, OTL & E:60: 5/11/17
Jeremy and Bob discuss the launch of their new E:60 program, which debuts this Sunday on ESPN. Plus, the pair talk about the expansion of "Outside the Lines."
Kevin Merida, The Undefeated: 5/11/17
Jeremy talks with The Undefeated's Editor-in-Chief about the one-year anniversary of the website and plans for its future.
Keith Law, ESPN: 5/5/17
Jeremy talks with Keith about his new book, and why more teams in the MLB are starting to adopt advanced statistics over more traditional ones.
Andrew Zimbalist & Chris Dempsey, Authors: 5/5/17
Jeremy converses with the co-authors of the new book, "No Boston Olympics: How and Why Smart Cities are Passing on the Torch."
David Duchovny, Actor & Novelist: 5/5/17
Jeremy chats with the actor and novelist about his book, "Bucky [Bleeping] Dent." Plus, Jeremy shares his story of attending the "Bucky Dent Game."
Brin Butler, Boxing Writer: 5/5/17
Jeremy talks with the boxing writer about Anthony Joshua's victory over Wladimir Klitschko and what it will take for boxing popularity to rise again in the US.
Parting Shot: Chief Wahoo: 4/27/17
Jeremy credits MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred for urging the Indians away from the "Chief Wahoo" mascot.
Raha Moharrek and Minky Worden: 4/27/17
Jeremy talks with Raha, the first Saudi woman to summit Mount Everest, about her conquest. She’s joined by Human Rights Watch Director of Global Initiatives, Minky.
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