For the second week in a row, I’m pleased to note that as I post my Bookshelf Conversation — this one with NPR’s Scott Simon for his new baseball book, My Cubs: A Love Story — I am once again a guest on another podcast that just went up: The Stuph Files, hosted by Peter Anthony Holder of Montreal.
The interview — the first for my newest book, Hank Greenberg in 1938: Hatred and Home Runs in the Shadow of War — has an additional special meaning because Montreal has always been my home away from home, the birthplace of my maternal side and the holder of many warm memories. It was a pleasure to discuss the city and, of course, the Expos, with Holder.
You can listen to the program here. Our conversation comes in at about the 9:30 mark.