Your hosts update you on the LA Galaxy from a brewery in Tustin in front of a live audience!

TUSTIN, Calif. — Your Corner of the Galaxy hosts talked some LA Galaxy soccer in front of a crowd of over 100 people on Saturday afternoon. And even though the game they were supposed to go to got canceled, a great time was had talking some soccer and drinking some beer!

Your host Josh Guesman was joined by Eric Vieira, Wendy Thomas, Larry Morgan, and a brief — but unintelligible call from the Panda himself — Kevin Baxter.

Showing up to make sure all the announcements sounded just like they do on the regular podcast, was the voice of the Galaxy, public address announcer, Mike Araujo.

Together, your hosts give you over 90 minutes of Galaxy soccer-talk as they covered why the one writer thinks the club is a bunch of cheaters, what the injury report is, and what rumors you can trust to be true — probably none of them.

But along the way, we’ll end up talking about the David Beckham statue, the scrimmage with Atlanta United, and why the Galaxy have been hiding Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

The cast will also tell you why Javier Valdecantos is more important that Guillermo Barros Schelotto, as well.

We’d like to thank Taps Brewery and Barrel Room for hosting the event! They served up some awesome beers, some great food, and the perfect venue for the very first Corner of the Galaxy Live Show!

A big thanks to all our listeners who traveled to the OC, and donated their money to the Galaxy Foundation. We couldn’t have done it without you! Now it’s time to kick off our 11th season of podcasting and covering the Galaxy!

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