Greek God of Hops Podcast

University of Cincinnati Baseball Player, Senior Pitcher and Senior Captain Nathan Moore Joins The Greek God of Hops Podcast with Kevin Youkilis.

July 15, 2020 Kevin Youkilis, Maddie Medved, Nathan Moore Season 1 Episode 7
Greek God of Hops Podcast
University of Cincinnati Baseball Player, Senior Pitcher and Senior Captain Nathan Moore Joins The Greek God of Hops Podcast with Kevin Youkilis.
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Greek God of Hops Podcast
University of Cincinnati Baseball Player, Senior Pitcher and Senior Captain Nathan Moore Joins The Greek God of Hops Podcast with Kevin Youkilis.
Jul 15, 2020 Season 1 Episode 7
Kevin Youkilis, Maddie Medved, Nathan Moore

University of Cincinnati Baseball Player, Senior Pitcher and Senior Captain Nathan Moore Joins The Greek God of Hops Podcast with Kevin Youkilis. 

Kevin's producer Maddie Medved joins the conversation discussing the COVID effect on college sports, the changing of the name of Marge Schott stadium. Schott, a Cincinnati native, became the owner of the Reds in 1984 and was banned from managing the team from 1996 through 1998 after making statements in support of former Nazi party leader Adolf Hitler. During her tenure as owner, Schott made slurs toward African-Americans, Jews and persons of Japanese descent.

The University of Cincinnati (Kevin's alma mater) senior pitcher and senior captain Nathan Moore has called for the school to change the name of its baseball stadium from Marge Schott Stadium because it “is honoring an individual who was openly racist.”

Kevin was also vocal about this on social media and backed Nathan in his efforts to change the stadium name. Kevin's contribution to the story

 

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University of Cincinnati Baseball Player, Senior Pitcher and Senior Captain Nathan Moore Joins The Greek God of Hops Podcast with Kevin Youkilis. 

Kevin's producer Maddie Medved joins the conversation discussing the COVID effect on college sports, the changing of the name of Marge Schott stadium. Schott, a Cincinnati native, became the owner of the Reds in 1984 and was banned from managing the team from 1996 through 1998 after making statements in support of former Nazi party leader Adolf Hitler. During her tenure as owner, Schott made slurs toward African-Americans, Jews and persons of Japanese descent.

The University of Cincinnati (Kevin's alma mater) senior pitcher and senior captain Nathan Moore has called for the school to change the name of its baseball stadium from Marge Schott Stadium because it “is honoring an individual who was openly racist.”

Kevin was also vocal about this on social media and backed Nathan in his efforts to change the stadium name. Kevin's contribution to the story