Season four of ESPN Films’ 30 for 30 Podcasts will consist of five episodes. The first one debuts next Tuesday, October 16.
Season three consisted of five episodes following a single story. Host and senior producer Jody Avirgan says that season four will return to single episode stories. “Some of these are new lenses on familiar topics, like telling Jose Canseco’s story via the writing of a book, and the protest at the 1972 marathon. These are amazing moments we’re excited to rescue from the annals of history and share with listeners.”
The first episode is the one that will follow Canseco and the fallout from his 2005 book. Other episodes will follow Ricky Henderson’s career in the Golden Baseball League, the loophole that allowed Hideo Nomo to leave Japan to play for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and the 2003 World Series of Poker.
In addition to iTunes, the episodes will be available on Stitcher, the Google Play Store, and Spotify. They can also be streamed through PodCenter on the ESPN app.