Episode 25: Tim Mead, President, National Baseball Hall of Fame
Episode 25 of the Fair Pole Podcast features the President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Tim Mead. During the conversation this week, host Chris Edwards moderates a wide-ranging conversation with Mr. Mead including several topics, such as:
- Spending 40 years with the Los Angeles Angels including 22 as the Vice President of Communications for the club
- Working for your favorite team when they win the World Series
- Take over as the President of the Hall of Fame and what the interview process was like
- What a typical day-to-day is like
- The Hall of Fame as a guardian of the game of baseball
- Telling the games history without players like Joe Jackson, Pete Rose and Barry Bonds not in the hall
- Why it is easy to be romantic about baseball
- Favorite exhibit and most underrated exhibit in the Hall
- Working for Gene Autry, who owned the Angels
... and more!
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