107 episodes of Generally Speaking - A San Diego Sports Podcast since the first episode, which aired on September 29, 2016.
Episode 87: Zoltan Kaszas On Being A Standup Comic In 2017, Some Of His Worst Shows, And Gulls Hockey
April 21st, 2017
16 mins 31 secs
comedy, san diego gulls
Local standup comic Zoltan Kaszas joins Craig Elsten and John Gennaro on Thursday night to talk about being a standup comic in 2017, some of his worst shows, and how he got hooked on Gulls hockey.
Episode 86: CASUAL FRIDAY: Having fun on The Mighty 1090
April 20th, 2017 | 40 mins 41 secs
While John Gennaro and Craig Elsten filled in for Chris Cantore on The Mighty 1090, John Browner stopped by for an hour of the normal Casual Friday chaos on a Wednesday.
Episode 85: A Sports Fan’s Guide To Cutting The Cord
April 17th, 2017 | 21 mins 26 secs
Jennifer Van Grove, a digital lifestyle reporter for The Union Tribune, joins Jordan Carruth and John Gennaro on Monday evening with a full, detailed guide on how sports fans in San Diego can “cut the cord”.
Episode 84: SoccerCity is a slam dunk with the Mayor's endorsement
April 14th, 2017
20 mins 56 secs
mls, san diego, san diego state, soccercity
John Gennaro comments on the news that San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer plans on endorsing the SoccerCity proposal for Mission Valley (and what that means for San Diego State) before recapping the podcasts he's been on this week, promoting his on-air gig on The Mighty 1090 next week, and focusing on building a community around the Generally Speaking podcast.
Episode 83: Clayton Richard might be the Padres' unicorn
April 6th, 2017
22 mins 3 secs
clayton richard, mls, nfl, oakland raiders, san diego padres, soccercity
John Gennaro talks about Clayton Richard's impressive performance against the Dodgers and what it means for the Padres' front office, explains why he hates the story about the Raiders potentially getting evicted from Oakland, and is encouraged that San Diego will have a chance to vote on SoccerCity (but knows there's a competing proposal on the way).
Episode 82: San Diego has lost LT to L.A.
April 4th, 2017
24 mins 28 secs
ladainian tomlinson, los angeles chargers, mlb, san diego padres
John Gennaro talks about understanding the San Diego Padres' tanking plans after a opening day loss, explains how San Diego has lost LaDainian Tomlinson to Los Angeles (and why it's okay), and talks about his instincts before Gonzaga's championship game loss to North Carolina.
Episode 81: MLB Opening Day & Padres Season Preview
April 3rd, 2017
33 mins 7 secs
lpga, mlb, new york yankees, san diego padres
On the unofficial MLB Opening Day, baseball junkie Steven Woods joins John Gennaro from bed to talk about why the record doesn't matter for the San Diego Padres, why baseball is the best, why MLB Managers should wear the team uniform, and what he's expecting/hoping from the New York Yankees this year. After Woodsy leaves, John tackles a weird story coming out the LPGA.
Episode 80: SDSU's problem with Major League Soccer
March 29th, 2017
26 mins 25 secs
mls, san diego, san diego state aztecs, soccercity, usmnt
John Gennaro explains what he believes San Diego State's issue is with Major League Soccer and the SoccerCity plan is, details a fun night at Fox Sports Grill for USA/Panama, and talks through Jeff Dotseth's recent criticisms.
Episode 79: The NFL's Relocation Problem
March 28th, 2017
20 mins 6 secs
las vegas raiders, nba playoffs, nfl, oakland raiders, san diego, san diego padres
After allowing the Rams to move to Los Angeles, the Chargers to move to Los Angeles, and the Raiders to move to Las Vegas, it is more evident than ever that the NFL has a huge problem on its hands for the future of its stadiums.
Episode 78: Baseball, Bush, Beer and Broads (with Steven Woods!)
March 24th, 2017
1 hr 26 secs
matt bush, mlb, san diego padres, texas rangers, world baseball classic
Steven Woods joins John Gennaro to talk about hurt feelings at the World Baseball Classic, the (possible) redemption of Rangers Pitcher (and former San Diego Padres draft pick) Matt Bush, drinking too much beer, and the oversensitivity of our modern culture.