Pitch Talks, an uncensored baseball speaker series, is coming to the Howard Theatre in Washington, DC
Summary: Pitch Talks, a speaker series that brings top baseball media to bars and clubs across North America, is coming to the Howard Theatre in Washington with special guests originating from all aspects of sports media. These events take down the veil of sports talk on TV and radio and create an up-close, personal, uncensored environment for fans to discuss baseball.
Pitch Talks, part of the Homestand Sports network, connects fans to the game they love for interactive and meaningful face-to-face conversations with baseball’s top analysts, writers, and executives. Founder and CEO Kevin Kennedy says,, “This is always a special night for fans to get up close and personal with not only the journalists and teams they follow, but also with other fans. This is a place to grab a beer and talk baseball, as if running into these guys at a bar.”
Washington, DC: Pitch Talks, a live speaker series connecting fans to intelligent and intimate conversations on baseball, is bringing North America’s top baseball media personalities to the Howard, Theatre in Washington on May 1st at 7pm! The show will feature panels with sports media and baseball insiders to be announced February 21st.
About Homestand Sports: Pitch Talks is a Homestand Sports production, a sports speaker series, bringing together intelligent sports fans and some of the brightest and creative minds in sports for fireside chats and Q&As in bars and concert venues. We also produce Puck Talks on Hockey, Hoop Talks on Basketball, with plans to grow to Football and Soccer talks. Over the past two years Homestand Sports has produced over 50 shows, in 15 cities across North America, with audiences ranging from 100 to 600 people. Past guests have included Blue Jays President Mark Shapiro, Fox Sports Analyst Ken Rosenthal, TSN’s Bob McKenzie, ESPN’s Buster Olney, and many more.