Sox Populi Postgame Podcast
Special podcasts for playoffs, Opening Day, and remarkable feats. Formerly known as the South Side Sox Postgame Podcast.
The White Sox fly home from Houston, buffeted by positivity — and blow it all to smithereens
Adrian Serrano (repping Team Mexico) and Dante Jones (Japan) check in with Brett Ballantini (USA?) to discuss a terrific WBC title tilt
WBC attendees Hannah LaMotta and Melissa Sage-Bollenbach check in with Brett Ballantini to discuss the Team USA win and the overall tournament experience
Elizabeth Gonzales checks in with Brett Ballantini from the Bay, talking about the red-hot White Sox and her A’s ballpark experience
Elizabeth Gonzales checks with Brett Ballantini from Seattle, talking about the first White Sox win and the majesty of T-Mobile Park
Allie Wesel talks with Brett Ballantini about the dual thrill of celebrating a birthday at the ballpark — and getting a special present from the starting pitcher
South Side Sox Postgame Podcast 11 — Tony La Russa calls for an intentional walk, euthanizes fan base
Chrystal O’Keefe, Dante Jones, Sam Sherman, Joe Resis and Brett Ballantini break down the IBB heard around the major leagues and discuss the potential fallout for the team and TLR
Chrystal O’Keefe, Kristina Airdo, Whitney Hale and Brett Ballantini break down the home opener win, marvel at La Pantera, and get a little nervous about Eloy, Liam and Dallas.
Chrystal O’Keefe, Zach Hayes, Delia Ritchie and Brett Ballantini discuss the Opening Day White Sox loss, and 12-step programs for fans like us.
A six-pack of South Side Sox staffers commiserated postgame to discuss the elimination loss and full series, Tony, season highlights, and the friends we made along the way.
Adrian Serrano and Di Billick join Brett Ballantini to discuss the long, magical evening on the South Side, celebrating the heroes and looking ahead to Game 4.
Adrian Serrano and Zach Hayes join Brett Ballantini to discuss the tough Game 2 loss, and try to find out where the best arm on the roster is hiding.
Jacki Krestel, Joe Resis and Zach Hayes join Brett Ballantini to break down a flat Game 1 loss, and find reason for hope for a split in Houston.