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Blue Wire
The Rumor
An unlikely conversation at a birthday party sends two friends on a madcap quest to find out if a salacious sports rumor is true. As their investigation circles the legacies of baseball Hall of Famer, Cal Ripken, Jr., and Hollywood legend, Kevin Costner, they find themselves re-examining their deepest-held beliefs about belonging, believing, and what makes a hero. While the truth proves more elusive than a well-thrown knuckleball, one thing is certain: their lives will never be the same.
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4.6 stars from 533 ratings
This is interesting, and I grew up like these guys close to Baltimore following Cal, but these guys say if this story is true that Orioles tainted the streak. But Cal broke the streak 2 years earlier. This seems like fake drama on their part!
Etjohnson1 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/22/22
The Cal Ripken story was great, but there is too much clutter here. Pete Rose is a fascinating figure, but I consider Jake Brennan’s ‘Disgraceland’ storytelling irresponsible and sensationalized and it’s more of the same here. No interest in this skating interview, even in the run-up to the...Read full review »
JJSpider via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/18/22
Strong first ep 1 but…
The remainder of the series becomes less and less impactful. Episodes are often meandering and drawn out. Check out the first ep then buyer beware.
Casually Business via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 01/18/22
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