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Past articles by Danny:

Ep 43 | Neighborhood Play And Friends Live From Thrice's Dressing Room

Neighborhood Play is a podcast designed to explore the cultural connections that link cities, teams and fandoms. → Read More

Neighborhood Play Podcast

Oh my! A special edition podcast! This week’s episode was recorded live and in person at Rock On The Range in Columbus Ohio, and features our friends John Nolan from Taking Back Sunday and Josh Eppard from Coheed & Cambria. We cracked open some delicious IPAs and shouted into the ether about the New York […] → Read More

Neighborhood Play Podcast – Episode 38

Joey Armstrong of Oakland California’s SWMRS came on the show to talk all things Bay Area. It was refreshing to talk to a lifelong Warriors fan who has known the team through the tremendous downs and massive ups that they have endured. We discussed the miracle team of a few years ago and how no […] → Read More

Neighborhood Play Podcast – Episode 37

John O’Callaghan of Arizona based rock group The Maine called in from his tour date in Milwaukee to shoot the shit about one of the most interesting franchises in baseball, the Arizona Diamondbacks. Being an expansion team, John is in the unique position of having been a fan of the team since day one. We […] → Read More

Neighborhood Play Podcast

In a nice change of pace, Danny and Tyler sat down to talk shop on the current state of events in sports. Danny had a day off on tour with Two Door Cinema Club, and sat around his hotel room naked yelling about sports. Conversations focused on the NFL Draft and the constant over-drafting of […] → Read More

Neighborhood Play Podcast

Boston Red Sox prospect, and former high school classmate of Danny’s, Kyle Hart joined us for an awesome discussion about all things baseball. We discussed the process of becoming a pitcher and how everyone really should be a pitcher, because it’s clearly way better than being a position player (his words, not ours.) Kyle also […] → Read More

Neighborhood Play Podcast: Episode 34 – Nick Dika (Arkells)

Nick Dika of Canadian rock band Arkells joined us this week for a special edition episode where we spent three consecutive hours talking about Joey Votto. Kidding. Not really, though. Nick’s constant traveling, coupled with his work with Baseball Prospectus gives him a unique perspective on the world of baseball and sports. We discussed a […] → Read More

Neighborhood Play Podcast: Episode 33 – Jon Moscot (Cincinnati Reds)

To celebrate one full year of Neighborhood Play Podcast, we talked to a real life Cincinnati Red, Jon Moscot. Jon didn’t hold back when talking to us about some of the negatives of playing baseball at the major league level, including watching your team struggle while injured and on the bench, and playing home games […] → Read More

Neighborhood Play Podcast – Episode 32: Ben Ingram (Atlanta Braves radio network)

Ben Ingram, one of the voices of the Atlanta Braves radio network, joined Neighborhood Play for an extremely diverse conversation spanning all sorts of topics in the worlds of sports and music. Some topics included responsible reporting, the tendency of some broadcasters to use nostalgia as a crutch, voting controversies in the baseball hall of […] → Read More

Neighborhood Play Podcast – Episode 31: Josh Wills (Story of the Year)

Josh Wills from Story of the Year joins us to talk all things St. Louis Cardinals on episode 31 of Neighborhood Play Podcast. This episode was recorded during the 2016 season, so some of the takes are dated (but just as hot!) We discussed how Josh became a baseball fan, what being one of the […] → Read More

Neighborhood Play Podcast – Episode 30: Robert Stein (Akron Zips)

In episode 30 of Neighborhood Play, Danny and Tyler catch up with Danny’s old friend Robert Stein. Robert was a kicker for the Akron Zips and shared his incredibly unique story during the course of our conversation. Robert’s Zips career got off to a rough start, as he lost his scholarship to another kicker. Not […] → Read More