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Season ii

Eight Balls & Baseball

LSPS Season 2 Episode 1 (#12)

by | Season 2


Welcome to Season 2 of Last Stop Penn Station! This week, this month, and this year has been hard on everyone. Our thoughts and well wishes go out to everyone effected by COVID-19, as well as the tragic murder of George Floyd. As we embark on Season 2 of Last Stop Penn Station, Ian and Cary both reflect on how the recent Black Lives Matter movement impacts them, both past and present. Cary takes us down memory lane, all the way back to 1968 to discuss the riots at that time compared to today. Did Cary cost The Boston Red Sox the 1986 World Series? It’s all here! Happy Pride Month!

Last Stop Penn Station is for mature audiences only. The audio or visual media within may contain offensive language and discussions regarding sex, sexuality, drugs, addiction, rock & roll, and succeeding despite the odds!


00:01 – Welcome Intro
00:50 – Hitting home, current events
03:00 – Only 12 years old (’68 riots)
10:29 – Mature audiences only
11:11 – Reflecting on current events
14:50 – Trying to provide a short distraction
18:17 – Nation Wide Roller Derby/The day the music died
22:11 – One more
25:50 – What’s in store
30:40 – A strange tale….
35:32 – Ray
41:08 – ’85-’86 Dodgers
44:45 – Sammy Stewart
50:00 – 50th Street, NYC
52:12 – That’s how it was in ‘86
59:09 – I wasn’t looking to completely rob people
1:02:02 – Cary may have cost the Boston Red Sox the World Series
1:06:36 – It was just that era
1:10:04 – The upcoming characters

*Sammy Stewart Obituary


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