Effectively Wild Episode 1453: Time Is on Our Side

Sam Miller and Meg Rowley revisit a fast-moving 1916 afternoon tilt between the Asheville Tourists and the Winston-Salem Twins with some historic significance, and engage in an Effectively Wild experiment.

Audio intro: Ben Gibbard and Feist “Train Song
Interstitial: Muddy Waters “Train Fare Home Blues
Audio outro: Oscar Peterson Trio “Things Ain’t What They Used to Be

Link to Heidi Coryell Williams’ Our State piece, “Hell and High Water: Hell and High Water: The Flood of 1916”
Link to Wynn Montgomery’s SABR piece, “Quicker Than Quick: A 31-Minute Professional Game
Link to Wynn Montgomery’s SABR piece, “That Was Quick!
Link to Emma Baccellieri’s Sports Illustrated piece, “A Brief History of the Many Times Baseball Has Died”

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