Schoch Factor Podcast, Ep. 8: Chest Bumps, Snowball Fights and Trench CoatsThe Schoch Factor
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Welcome to The Schoch Factor, a podcast featuring former UVA relief pitcher Stephen Schoch and Jake Mintz and Jordan Shusterman of @CespedesBBQ, brought to you by S2 Cognition. Our first topic of the week is, you guessed it, the Tennessee Volunteers, who continue to give us stuff to talk about beyond just being really good at baseball. We discuss Tony Vitello’s Umpire Bump Heard Round The World and all the drama surrounding it. Next, we talk about the wild ending to the first game of the Auburn/Mississippi State series and why you should never walk the bases loaded intentionally in college baseball. Then it’s time to look at the latest Top 150 Prospects list and shout out some of our favorite players to watch thus far this year. We hear from our latest fake sponsor, Hotel Lobby Study Hall, before diving into our weekly Show and Go segment on our favorite moments of the week, including: UVA’s triple play, Richmond’s Jazz Hands strikeout celebration, a pitcher hitting a walk-off HR, a snowball fight in Pullman, Georgia Southern’s unusual sweep celebration, and St. Ambrose’s HOME RUN TRENCH COAT. Finally, we go BEYOND D-I, to talk about D-II Benedict College and their jaw-dropping stolen base numbers that have them on pace to join the record books once again.