Episode 27: The Chronicles of Joel Goldberg

Episode 27: The Chronicles of Joel Goldberg

Member of the Kansas City Royals broadcast team, Author of Small Ball Big Results and Host of Rounding the Bases Podcast

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The Chronicles of Joel Goldeberg is now available at https://linktr.ee/ShadowsPodcast.

Joel has over twenty-five years of experience in television developing and maintaining relationships with athletes, coaches, and team management. He’s a member of the Kansas City Royals broadcast team, He’s also a very successful keynote speaker, author, and the host of Rounding the Bases Podcast. Listen to this incredible storyteller discuss:

- The embarrassing moment he interviewed a Guy Fieri impersonator.

- When he discovered his love for broadcasting.

- His college experience at the University of Wisconsin.

- What was his internship like for WMTV?

- Becoming a feature/outdoor reporter.

- How he met his wife.

- His experience with 1990’s Big Ten Basketball and Green Bay Packers Football.

- Moving to St. Louis.

- The importance of relationships.

- His first day on the job in St. Louis is 1998 and how it was in the heart of the historic Mark McGwire-Sammy Sosa Home Run race.

- Where was he at the end of Super Bowl XXXIV?

- What’s his favorite game he covered?

- His move from St. Louis to Kansas City.

- His experience covering a game with the troops overseas on September 11 in Kuwait.

- Covering the 2015 Kansas City Royals World Series Champions.

- His book, Small Ball Big Results

- How has the pandemic impacted him over the past year?

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