FanGraphs Audio: Rob Nelson of Big League Chew

Episode Fifty-Seven
In which the guest is a captain of industry.

Headlines
A Big League Idea (Co-Starring the Jim Bouton)
When “Maverick” Meant Something: Portland Baseball in the Mid-70s
A Day in the Life of an Idea Man

Featuring
Rob Nelson, Inventor of Big League Chew

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Audio on the flip-flop. (Approximately 35 min play time.)

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9 Responses to “FanGraphs Audio: Rob Nelson of Big League Chew”

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  1. Matt Defalco says:

    As avid chewer of big league chew, this episode was a pleasure to listen to.

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  2. joe says:

    is that the same Rob Nelson who was an Oakland A’s prospect in the late 1980′s?

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  3. Jim says:

    “A Big League Idea (Co-Starring the Jim Bouton)
    When “Maverick” Meant Something: Portland Baseball in the Mid-70s
    A Day in the Life of an Idea Man”

    This is supposed to make me want to listen?

    You’d be a lot better off if you weren’t trying so hard to be clever all the time.

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  4. Jim says:

    No offense.

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  5. Zac says:

    Could you stop doing:
    Intro recorded after interview followed by
    Intro recorded before interview where you say “If I have done my job, I have explained to you …” and then you basically repeat the intro?

    Either just go with the intro that you have before the interview, or just start the interview and record the intro later. I don’t need two intros that say the same thing.

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  6. Clark says:

    I’d like to know when the job opening “lucky guy” becomes available. It is refreshing to listen to someone who genuinely enjoys what they do and appreciates life’s blessings.

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