Scott Cullen breaks down the race for American League MVP, which sure looks like it will go to an historic season, before breaking down the AL Wildcard matchup between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox. Contact me on Twitter at @ByScottCullen or @LO_FantasyMLB. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Whitlock analyzes the NFL TV ratings jump. Is it just the product of Americans trying to distract themselves from their problems? How badly have conservatives been offended by woke politics being inserted into sports? Journalist Dennis Evans disputes Jason's claim that the NFL will begin to fade away. “Fearless” columnist Greg Couch says Stephen A. Smith's politically incorrect comments will hand the American League MVP award to Shohei Ohtani instead of Vladimir Guerrero Jr. On Tennessee Harmony, Jason asks Pastor Anthony Walker if black people are improperly idolizing their moms. Is “mass fornication” a worse problem than mass incarceration? Today's Sponsor: Get with Good Ranchers today and support American farmers! Visit https://GoodRanchers.com/FEARLESS to get $20 dollars OFF and FREE express shipping. Try a taste of the world's most remote wines from Bonner Private Wines. Visit https://BonnerPrivateWines.com/FEARLESS and you'll get 50% off the wine and shipping. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chris and Rob debate whether or not Lamar Jackson - and his two costly fumbles - is the reason why the Baltimore Ravens lost to the Las Vegas Raiders on Monday night, argue if Vlad Guerrero Jr (Triple Crown candidate) or Shohei Ohtani (Two-way star) is most deserving of the American League MVP award, and reveal the Week 1 edition of Parker's NFL Power Rankings. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Chris and Rob debate whether Vlad Guerrero Jr (Triple Crown candidate) or Shohei Ohtani (Two-way star) is most deserving of the American League MVP award, and discuss if Carmelo Anthony really needs a ring to solidify his Hall of Fame candidacy. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Randy Mueller swings by to share his thoughts on all the biggest headlines to come out of Week 1. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Shohei Ohtani isn't just the American League MVP but might be pitching himself into AL Cy Young contention as well, the Philadelphia Phillies should probably be batting Bryce Harper leadoff, the San Diego Padres are moving Fernando Tatis Jr. to centerfield, and no one in baseball knows how to bunt anymore. Sign up today at MyBookie.com and use promo code DRINKINBROS to get your first-ever deposit matched dollar-for-dollar. Ghostbed.com/DrinkinBros Kill Cliff is offering Drinkin' Bros an exclusive offer, 30% off, go to KillCliff.com and use promo code DRINKINBROS.
In this hour of Follow The Money, Mitch moss and Jonathan Von Tobel recap yesterday's action in the NBA, and MLB. The review the resume's for the American League MVP award as well. Nigel Seeley joins the show to talk about his experiences at the Euro, and his best bets for the remaining matches. Hosts: Mitch Moss Jonathan Von Tobel Guest: Nigel Seeley Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
06/25/21 : Travis Hafner grew up in the area, eventually making his way through the college ranks and to Major League Baseball, where he starred for the Cleveland Indians for a decade. Nicknamed "Pronk", Hafner hit 213 home runs and 731 runs batted in in 1,183 games. He finished fifth in American League MVP voting in 2005. He was inducted into the North Dakota Sports Hall of Fame in 2016. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cy Young award winner and American League MVP, Vida Blue joins the podcast. We talk about the A's dynasty of the 70's, what he thinks about MLB's current sticky situation, and how he didn't see eye to eye with the iconic Charlie Finley.
Jeff Blair and Kevin Barker look ahead to Toronto’s series against the Red Sox, discuss Xander Bogaerts’ place amongst the best shortstops in the game, and what Blue Jays hitters should be looking for against Boston starter Eduardo Rodriguez. NESN analyst and 1995 American League MVP, Mo Vaughn, provides his thoughts on Bogaerts, J. D. Martinez’s bounce-back season, […]
Cousin Sal is trying to impress his doctor as he gears up for his physical-exam he missed last year (02:00). The New York Rangers and Washington Capitals face off again after Tom Wilson’s dirty hit, but Sal thinks fans may be overreacting. Dave thinks there’s a history of violence with Tom Wilson that needs to be considered (06:30). Sal talks about the upcoming ’86 Mets 30 for 30 and his favorite parts so far (13:15). Then Sal and Dave give some picks including the Nationals (-106) over the Braves (18:00). The Baltimore Orioles’ John Means throws a no-hitter and Sal has an idea for FanDuel; offering odds on who will pitch the next no-hitter and/or being able to bet on pitchers to throw a no-hitter (22:00). The Yankees stay hot and beat the Astros again and can Shohei Ohtani win the American League MVP if he isn’t even the MVP of his own team (25:15)? Dave and Sal discuss the latest with Aaron Rodgers and disagree on his future with the Packers (27:00). Plus, could Tim Tebow be reunited with Urban Meyer in Jacksonville (35:30)? Harry blew the first ever Extra Points First to Ten Tuesday bet (40:00). Then the guys discuss NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Odds (42:30). The Clippers/Lakers play Thursday night and Lebron is sitting out as the Lakers look to avoid the playoff play-in games (47:00). Finally, a fan leaves Dave a voicemail correcting him on how to pronounce Mario Lemieux (52:30).
As MLB's Opening Day draws near, brothers Mike and Jon make several predictions for the 2021 season, including the National League and American League MVP, NL and AL Cy Young Winners, and the Rookie of the Year for both leagues! The brothers discuss Jon's Twitter interaction with his new bestie and all-time Angels great, Jered Weaver! Mike and Jon discuss the Los Angeles Angels' schedule as they start out against the Chicago White Sox, the Houston Astros and their garbage can-banging ways, the Toronto Blue Jays, and the Kansas City Royals. Can the Halos overcome the potential CY Young candidate Lucas Giolito? Will they avoid the Blue Jays' run-scoring ability now that they've added George Springer with a lineup that includes Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Bo Bichette? All this and so much more on the 6th episode of the Super Halo Bros. podcast! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jon-frisch/support
Unfortunately, Eloy Jimenez will miss the next 5-6 months with a torn pec. What happens now? What are we doing with Andrew Vaughn? We have bold predictions! Just how awesome can Tyler Mahle be? Who is winning the American League MVP? Your 2020 seasons leader is (blank). 'Fantasy Baseball Today in 5' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow our FBT team on Twitter: @FBTPod, @CTowersCBS, @CBSScottWhite, @Roto_Frank Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/fantasybaseballtoday For more fantasy baseball coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/baseball/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ You can listen to Fantasy Baseball Today in 5 on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today in 5 podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today in 5 podcast."
Dan Bernstein and Leila Rahimi opened their show by welcoming on Cubs outfielder Ian Happ to discuss reporting to spring training, his arbitration process, the team's lineup, the 2012 American League MVP race, why RBIs deserve more respect as a statistic and more. Later, Bernstein and Rahimi broke down the Bulls' 133-126 overtime win against the Timberwolves on Wednesday night. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If José Abreu wants to repeat as American League MVP in 2021, he's got plenty of competition on his own team. Chuck Garfien, Vinnie Duber, and Ryan McGuffey go over the preseason MVP odds put out by PointsBet Sportsbook, which include several White Sox stars. Is there a lack of respect for Abreu? Should Eloy Jiménez and Tim Anderson have even better odds? Then there are the preseason Cy Young odds. One White Sox pitcher has some of the best odds out there, and a surprising name shows up on the list, too.(2:30) - White Sox place six players on preseason MVP odds list(6:35) - Three White Sox players have 25-to-1 odds to win MVP(12:30) - Will Luis Robert take a Mike Trout style type leap in his second year in the majors?(15:00) - Yasmani Grandal has 30-to-1 odds to win the AL MVP(19:00) - Eloy Jiménez and Tim Anderson are 40-to-1 to win MVP: too high?(26:07) - Who has the best odds to win the Cy Young?(31:10) - Dylan Cease surprisingly places on the Cy Young odds list
With Freddie Freeman winning the National League MVP and Jose Abreu winning the American League MVP, is first base back to its glory days? ... How many viable starting first basemen are there in Fantasy (2:45)? ... Who would you rather have between Freeman and Cody Bellinger (6:45)? ... After a ridiculous 2020, is Jose Abreu overvalued (12:35)? At what point would we feel okay drafting him? ... Should you skip over Pete Alonso, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Luke Voit in the fifth round (19:15)? ... Is the Matt Olson, Anthony Rizzo, Paul Goldschmidt, Max Muncy tier the one to target (27:38)? ... Which sleepers should you target at first base (37:47)? ... Can Ryan Mountcastle and Dominic Smith break out even further (43:25)? ... BUSTS (47:25)! ... We wrap up looking at some later ADP (52:40). How concerned are we about Smith's playing time? Rhys Hoskins hype? Who are our favorite late-round options? ... Email us at email@example.com. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/FantasyBaseballToday 'Fantasy Baseball Today' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow our FBT team on Twitter: @FBTPod, @CTowersCBS, @CBSScottWhite, @Roto_Frank, @AdamAizer Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/fantasybaseballtoday For more fantasy baseball coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/baseball/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ You can listen to Fantasy Baseball Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Our guest this week, Denny McLain is an American former professional baseball player. He was a pitcher in Major League Baseball for ten seasons, most notably for the Detroit Tigers and an American League MVP. Denny has a book out titled, "I Told You I Wasn't Perfect" and is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.Find us on your favorite Podcast Platform here: https://linktr.ee/newhdnycPowered by NEWHD Media, www.newhdradio.com/3moviesreviewed
Dennis Dale McLain (born March 29, 1944) is an American former professional baseball player. He was a pitcher in Major League Baseball for ten seasons, most notably for the Detroit Tigers. In 1968, McLain became the most recent Major League Baseball pitcher to win 30 or more games during a season (with a record of 31–6) — a feat accomplished by only 11 players in the 20th century.... The post Denny McLain, 30 game winner, 2 time Cy Young, American League MVP, Most Valuable Player and more. appeared first on Baseball Outside The Box.
It has been a pretty busy week for the Chicago White Sox. MLB announced Jose Abreu as the 2020 American League MVP, which was great news. The rumored hiring of Ethan Katz to be the next pitching coach is intriguing, and ESPN 1000 is the White Sox new radio home. That alone is a busy week, but Tony La Russa’s pending DUI charge is an unnecessary distraction. Josh and Jim discuss it all on this edition of the podcast.
In the last hour, Laurence Holmes was joined by Score evening host Joe Ostrowski to reflect on what White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu's MVP odds were at the start of the season, to discuss the Notre Dame-Boston College matchup and to tease an intriguing Bears-Vikings play. Later, Holmes further discussed Abreu winning the American League MVP award and his remarkable journey to this point. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Laurence Holmes was joined by White Sox star first baseman Jose Abreu to discuss what it felt like to win the American League Most Valuable Player award Thursday evening and to reflect on his journey to this point. White Sox manager of Spanish communications Billy Russo was also part of the interview as he helped translate. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
White Sox first baseman José Abreu is the American League MVP after a career year during the 2020 season. Chuck Garfien is joined by Ryan McGuffey and Chris Kamka to break down Abreu's season and what lies ahead for the White Sox. Later in the podcast, the crew discusses the fan reaction to Tony La Russa's DUI charge and wonder how the players will receive La Russa when the 2021 season begins.(2:25) - José Abreu wins MVP(8:20) - AL MVP runners up(14:00) - What does this MVP mean to Abreu?(22:00) - Abreu's thoughts on Tony La Russa(26:00) - Building a winning organization
Mike Rankin and James Fox welcomed Chris Lanuti of Sox in the Basement Podcast to discuss the latest controversy hanging over Tony La Russa and the White Sox. The guys also discussed several key names the organization may target this offseason. The White Sox hired Ethan Katz to fill the role as pitching coach. How will the move impact pitchers like Reynaldo Lopez and Dylan Cease? Later, Mike, James and Chris reacted live to Jose Abreu's American League MVP as it was announced.
In the last hour, Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel were joined by Fox Sports football analyst Dave Wannstedt to discuss the latest Bears and NFL storylines. Later, the guys reacted to White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu winning the American League MVP award in a segment that included a beautiful audio montage of Abreu's accomplishment from soundman Chris Tannehill. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Athletic's Tim McMaster along with White Sox reporter James Fegan and Indians reporter Zack Meisel react to Sox first baseball Jose Abreu beating out Indians' third baseman Jose Ramirez for the American League MVP award. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the third hour, Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel debated whether Rockets star point guard Russell Westbrook would be a good fit for the Bulls after he asked for a trade out of Houston. Later, the guys discussed White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu's chances of winning the American League MVP award Thursday evening and reflected on all that he has been through in his life and career. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Danny Parkins and Mark Grote opened their show by discussing how astonished they are that the White Sox have remained silent since news broke Monday night that manager Tony La Russa was arrested for driving under the influence in February. With no one in the organization speaking publicly, that could put first baseman Jose Abreu in an awkward position if he wins the American League MVP award Thursday night, as expected. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Few pitchers in Major League history can claim that they had a better season than today's guest had for the Detroit Tigers in 1968. Join Bernie as he welcomes two-time Cy Young Award winner, American League MVP and World Series champion, Denny McLain, to the program to discuss his decision to choose a Big League career over a scholarship to Notre Dame, the legendary Year of the Pitcher and Denny's thoughts on the 1970 Sports Illustrated article that tied him to an alleged gambling operation. You'll hear why bowling became a part of Denny's offseason training regimen, how he once helped Mickey Mantle move up on the all-time home run list and how the 1968 Tigers helped unite the city of Detroit. Later, Denny explains how the lowering of the pitcher's mound in 1969 led to a rash of arm injuries and how his father-in-law, Lou Boudreau, popularized the infield shift. Finally, Denny reveals that he has made more money as a musician than he did as a ballplayer and lets listeners know where they can listen to his own podcast, No Filter Sports. #Gamespeopleplaypodcast # Classicsports #Baseball
On Episode 6 of Club Shay Shay, Shannon welcomes in baseball Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr. “The Kid” shares with Shannon a number of stories from his 22-year professional baseball career, in which he was a 13-time All Star, 10-time Gold Glove Winner and 1997 American League MVP. We hear about what it was like being teammates with “The Big Unit” Randy Johnson, and his plea to the Mariners front office to trade for Pedro Martinez. Shannon also dives into one of the great familial stories sports has ever seen, when Ken Griffey Jr. played alongside his father Ken Griffey Sr. What were some of the challenges in pursuing the same career as his dad? How is Junior guiding his children through their own athletic pursuits? In his answers, you’ll hear about the kinds of personal and professional lessons he learned from his father about hard work and staying humble through it all. Make sure you catch Griffey reading off his 5 all-time favorite baseball players and his personal accounting for how Jackie Robinson impacted the game of baseball. He also dives into the current state of professional baseball, from player salaries to the percentages of black players in the MLB and breaking down the 2020 World Series featuring the Dodgers and Rays. …And of course he talks about the sweetest swing the game has ever seen. #DoSomethinB4TwoSomethin & Follow Club Shay Shay: https://www.instagram.com/clubshayshay https://twitter.com/clubshayshay https://www.facebook.com/clubshayshay https://www.youtube.com/c/clubshayshay Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Friday's episode, Brent Maguire takes a look at the 2004 playoff season for the Angels and shows some love for Vladimir Guerrero, the 2004 American League MVP. Crashing the Pearly Gates Playoff Reflection: https://crashingthepearlygates.com/2020/04/18/playoff-reflection-the-2004-season/ Brent can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. All audio courtesy of Major League Baseball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
September 22, 2020: US tops 200,000 COVID-19 deaths as of 2 pm today after President Trump falsely tells Ohioans coronavirus “affects virtually nobody,” Cleveland shares a long list of road closures starting TODAY ahead of next week’s presidential debate, a bill to make cocktails-to-go permanent in Ohio is now ready for a final vote in the Senate, and how to register to vote in Ohio on #NationalVoterRegistrationDay , on 3News Now with Stephanie Haney. Connect with Stephanie here: http://twitter.com/_StephanieHaney http://instagram.com/_StephanieHaney http://facebook.com/thestephaniehaney Read more here: (0:14) The latest on the number of COVID-19 cases in Ohio https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/coronavirus-ohio-updates/95-e2faeb56-d02a-443a-bcdb-141f2c7fafe8 https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/timeline-of-coronavirus-cases-ohio/95-c97c228d-c6c7-4949-b12b-4324d7ed8bb5 (3:47) Trump falsely claims COVID-19 'affects virtually nobody' as US death toll hits 200,000 https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/trump-downplays-pandemic-affects-virtually-nobody/507-71bb297e-a9b6-4cdd-8d99-f739aa060a05 (6:36) Cleveland announces road closures with some starting TODAY ahead of Sept. 29 presidential debate https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/cleveland/cleveland-debate-traffic-closures/95-1ae2a63d-914b-4ae6-92de-c4f55589b6a3 (7:50) Is Cleveland Indians 3B Jose Ramirez the American League MVP frontrunner? https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/mlb/indians/cleveland-indians-jose-ramirez-2020-mvp-frontrunner/95-18f493f9-c2cc-4564-9f5e-95b047c39e45 (10:16) Ohio bill to permanently allow cocktails to-go now ready for final vote in Senate https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/ohio/ohio-bill-to-permanently-allow-cocktails-to-go-heads-to-the-senate-for-vote/95-36b8c74f-4a29-45a1-a833-9b8f4037eab5 (11:50) How to register to vote in Ohio on National Voter Registration Day https://www.wkyc.com/article/entertainment/television/programs/whats-new/how-to-register-to-vote-in-ohio-national-voter-registration-day-check-voter-registration-status-ohio/95-87a94ea0-ff8e-4ce9-ac5a-7853b14c56dc (12:48) 3News Now is now available as a podcast https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/now-you-can-get-your-3news-now-digital-updates-as-a-podcast/95-e4d5a072-b625-4180-9f8e-733ab730ee90
Steve Rosenbloom and Mark Grote opened their show by discussing whether top receiver Allen Robinson and the Bears will reach a contract extension soon. They then continued the Bears conversation, wondering which form of quarterback Mitchell Trubisky we'll see against the Giants on Sunday. Later, Scott Merkin of MLB.com joined the show to discuss the White Sox clinching a playoff berth and whether first baseman Jose Abreu will win American League MVP. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Dan Bernstein for transition, where they reacted to the White Sox on Thursday clinching their first playoff berth since 2008. Bernstein also admitted that he was (sort of) wrong when he said recently that White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson had a better case to be American League MVP than first baseman Jose Abreu. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mike Rankin and James Fox welcome back Steve Paradzinski of the On Tap Sports Network to celebrate the White Sox clinching a playoff berth for the first time since 2008. The guys explore whether they'd vote for Tim Anderson or Jose Abreu for American League MVP and discuss the continued development of Anderson's overall game. Later, Steve offers his perspective of Dane Dunning's surprising development in 2020, as well as the future of Reynaldo Lopez. Should the White Sox pursue a top of the rotation arm this offseason? How does Jonathan Stiever play into all of this?
Joe and Evan chat with our great baseball insider about the American League MVP race, how quickly Steve Cohen may be approved by league owners and Jon tells us about a letter he once received from President Trump. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
Herb Lawrence breaks down another big win for the White Sox against the Minnesota Twins. Dane Dunning is emerging as a possible Game 3 Playoff starter and Tim Anderson is making his case for American League MVP. twitter.com/Ecnerwal23 twitter.com/ChrisTannehill twitter.com/LockedOnSox Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Laurence Holmes opened his show by welcoming on Cubs manager David Ross to discuss his team's recent play, right-hander Alec Mills throwing a historic no-hitter Sunday, first baseman Anthony Rizzo's leadership and what he likes about his club as the playoffs near. Later, White Sox television analyst Steve Stone joined the show to discuss the team continuing its hot stretch, right-hander Dylan Cease's development and why he believes shortstop Tim Anderson has a slight edge over first baseman Jose Abreu in the American League MVP race. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
Laurence Holmes was joined by White Sox television analyst Steve Stone to discuss the team continuing its hot stretch, right-hander Dylan Cease's development and why he believes shortstop Tim Anderson has a slight edge over first baseman Jose Abreu in the American League MVP race. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Dan Bernstein for transition, where they discussed the White Sox having a pair of American League MVP candidates in first baseman Jose Abreu and shortstop Tim Anderson. Who has the edge? The guys also discussed the smoke from California's wildfires ominously making its way to Chicago. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
In the second hour, Dan McNeil and Danny Parkins were joined by fantasy football guru Paul Charchian to provide advice for Week 1, including which players he likes best. Later, Jon Morosi of Fox Sports joined the show to discuss the latest MLB storylines, including why he believes a couple of White Sox players are among the American League MVP favorites and how the Cubs should set up their rotation in the playoffs. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Radio.com baseball insider Jon Heyman to discuss White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu's chance of winning the American League MVP award, Rick Renteria's shot at being named the AL Manager of the Year, Cubs left-hander Jon Lester's struggles and more. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
Matt Spiegel was joined by 1971 American League MVP and Cy Young winner Vida Blue to discuss why he chose baseball over football in high school, his experience at the All-Star Game in 1971 and what he dislikes about modern day baseball. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
In the third hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by 1971 American League MVP and Cy Young winner Vida Blue to discuss why he chose baseball over football in high school, his experience at the All-Star Game in 1971 and what he dislikes about modern day baseball. Spiegel then discussed a catcher who's taking care of his pitchers like a father and a first baseman who likes to chat. Later, Chris Kamka of NBC Sports Chicago joined the show to discuss the most interesting statistics and his favorite happenings of the past week in MLB. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
In our last pre-football episode of Within the Lines Sports, we react to the MLB Trade Deadline, Ross Stripling being traded to the Toronto Blue Jays, The Angels' several moves and how the Padres are going full-send on winning the World Series this year. We also update our MVP picks in what is a wild American League MVP picture. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
There is HUGE sports news for us to discuss today as the Los Angeles Dodgers agreed to terms on a massive 12-year contract extension with former American League MVP Mookie Betts right in time for the start of baseball. Will the Dodgers win 50 games? Will Shohei Ohtani win the American League MVP? Is Tyler serious that he would take Anthony Rendon over Mookie Betts? Find all of that out in today's episode along with details of our Within the Lines daily fantasy competition for Friday's slate of games. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On today's episode, Jake and Zubes talk about actual baseball. Kind of. The Blue Jays play an intrasquad game, Santiago Espinal makes a great play, and will Bo Bichette be the American League MVP? These are all real thoughts we have real conversations about. All that plus TFC is back, Mitch Marner is playing video games, and what food would we most like to see in bar form? And of course, the question on everyone's mind, are we Sad or Not Sad? Come join the Patreon family for bonus episodes, mailbags, discord access and even more goodness: https://www.patreon.com/sportsfeld Follow @Sportsfeld on Twitter! While you're there say hello to @the_Zubes and @JGoldsbie. You can also join us on twitch, because you never know when we'll pop in for a live show (usually on Sundays): https://www.twitch.tv/sportsfeld If merch is your thing, be sure to check out the store: http://bit.ly/merchfeld Or reach out to the show and say hey: email@example.com If you enjoyed today's show, please rate Sportsfeld 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts. And as always, thank you for listening to another episode of Sportsfeld.
Matt Spiegel opened his show by welcoming you back to Hit & Run for the new season -- which is on pause for now amid the coronavirus pandemic. What will be your new companion without baseball? Seven-time Cy Young winner, 1986 American League MVP and two-time World Series champion Roger Clemens then joined the show to reflect on his experience playing in the aftermath of 9/11 and how it may relate to when MLB returns to play following the coronavirus outbreak. Clemens also discussed how pitchers can grow later in their careers, his relationship with MLB and more. Later, Spiegel reacted to his Clemens interview, sharing what he liked most.
Derek Jeter’s best season came in 2006, when he batted .343 with 14 homers, 97 RBIs and 118 runs. But he only finished second in American League MVP voting, being edge out by Minnesota’s Justin Morneau. Mike and the Mad Dog thought Jeter should have won, and on Nov. 21, 2006, the day the results were announced, they wanted answers. What was even more perplexing for Chris “Mad Dog” Russo is how one voter put Jeter sixth on his ballot. Mike and the Mad Dog tracked down that writer, Joe Cowley of the Chicago Sun-Times, and put him on the spot. “To me, you take Jeter out, are the Yankees as good a team? No. Are they a playoff team? Probably still a playoff team when you look at that lineup,” Cowley said. “So I mean, I base it a lot on that, and I talk to people. You grab some guys from around the American League and tell them: ‘Which guy do you think is the MVP? Which guy do you fear the most in that lineup?’ And I heard more people say they fear A-Rod and Cano more than they fear Jeter.” “They’re not watching Yankee games,” Russo fired back. Earlier in the show, the guys talked to Ed Price of the Newark Star-Ledger about why he voted Morneau first and Jeter second. “Everybody has their own definition of MVP,” Price said. “That’s kind of the beauty of it is that it’s open to interpretation.”
Paul Sporer joined Gill Alexander on A Numbers Game to discuss which team he believes has the best odds to win the American League Wildcard game and which player has value to win the American League MVP. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Laurence Holmes discussed the validity of White Sox third baseman Yoan Moncada finishing 21st in the American League MVP voting and why James Fegan of the Athletic was more than justified in offering him a 10th-place vote. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's the best of the Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Rob Parker! Chris and Rob tell you why Colin Kaepernick has to go through with his workout this upcoming Saturday. The guys also analyze Alex Guerrero's comments regarding Tom Brady playing until he is 47, as well as bring you breaking news with Carmelo Anthony signing a non-guaranteed deal with the Portland Trail Blazers. Chris and Rob react to Mike Trout winning the American League MVP. NFL Network reporter, Steve Wyche, joins the show to discuss the situations surrounding Colin Kaepernick's workout this upcoming Saturday. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
It's the Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Rob Parker! Chris and Rob tell you why Colin Kaepernick needs to follow through with his workout this upcoming Saturday. The guys also preview a Thursday Night Football match up between the Steelers and the Browns, as well as analyze Alex Guerrero's recent comments regarding Tom Brady playing until age 47. Mike Trout wins his third American League MVP title. Chris and Rob discuss whether or not Trout deserved it despite missing games due to injury. Carmelo Anthony is also making headlines after signing a non-guaranteed deal with the Portland Trail Blazers. NFL Network reporter, Steve Wyche, joins the show to discuss the situations surrounding Colin Kaepernick's workout this upcoming Saturday. Yahoo Senior NBA writer, Vince Goodwill, also joins the Odd Couple discussing how bad the situation is for the Knicks and whether or not David Fizdale should be fired. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Alex Bregman continues to perform at the highest level while trying to catch Mike Trout in the statistical argument for American League MVP. Is it too little, too late? Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic checks in to chat with Taylor Blake Ward about who should be taking home the hardwear at season's end. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Topics in this edition include: - Will Mike Trout's season-ending injury cost him his third career American League MVP award? - Do the returns of Luis Severino and Giancarlo Stanton make the Yankees AL favorites over the Astros? - Will Bruce Bochy be the last manager to win 2,000 games? - Does CC Sabathia throw a pitch this postseason?
Jose Altuve wasn't supposed to be a star. He didn't have the build or the height to play baseball. He proved them all wrong but no only succeeding in the sport but by being named American League MVP in the MLB in 2017. Oh did i mention he led the Houston Astros to a World Series title. His story would inspire you. There are a ton of podcasts you could listening to right now but you chose Athlete Maestro. What should I talk about next? Please let me know on twitter or in the comments below Subscribe for FREE lessons on Itunes: athletemaestro.com/itunes If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com If you have any questions, feel free to send an email firstname.lastname@example.org Get the Athlete Maestro Daily Planner, www.athletemaestro.com/dailyplanner Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewe Thanks for tuning in.
Cal Ripken, known as the “Iron Man”, is an American icon and World Series champion who played 21 seasons in Major League Baseball for the Baltimore Orioles. He is a 19-time All-Star, 8-time Silver Slugger, 2-time Golden Glove winner, 2-time American League MVP who had 3,184 hits, 421 home runs, and holds the record for the most consecutive games played with 2,632 – breaking Lou Gehrig's streak that stood for 56 years. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2007 and is considered one of the best shortstops and third baseman in baseball history. He is a baseball analyst, best-selling author, speaker, president of Ripken Baseball, and co-founder of the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation. He has been active in charity work throughout his career and has impacted the lives of millions of kids through the game of baseball. Listen to this episode and learn: About the greatest lessons Cal learned from his father, Cal Ripken Sr. About Cal’s favorite moments of his career both professionally and personally. About the story of a young girl that had her life turned around through Cal Ripken Baseball. Why Cal believes playing fair is much more than just following the rules. About Cal’s favorite part of game days and his favorite fields to play in.
Eve Rosenbaum is the Manager of International Scouting for the 2017 World Series Champion Houston Astros. It’s a dream come true for this baseball lover who played ball most of her life, including playing softball in college. Shortly after graduating, her childhood dream came true. Today, Eve scouts young baseball stars around the world, frequently traveling to Colombia and the Dominican Republic to watch up and coming teenagers test their baseball chops. She also manages the international scouting team, making decisions about which players outside the US and Canada to sign to play in the US minor leagues. Eve was directly involved in signing Venezuelan Jose Altuve, the Astros’ second baseman and the 2017 American League MVP. Before working for the 2017 World Series champs, Eve attended Harvard College, where she studied Psychology and Philosophy and earned a summer internship with the Boston Red Sox. The post 105: How to Break Into the Professional Sports Industry w/ Eve Rosenbaum, Houston Astros [Espresso Shots] appeared first on Time4Coffee.
Markus Lynn Betts has won the American League MVP and yet we're somehow still just pissed that Alex Cora wasn't Manager of the Year. We relive Mookie's biggest moments of the season, talk why no one should have been surprised by Bill James' "controversial" tweets, tell Justin Verlander to calm down, analyze why Kate Upton may have to re-evaluate her role with the BBWAA, get pumped over Steve Pearce coming back and confirm that he is for sure from Boston, go through your top guests that you want on the podcast this offseason, ask for your drunk night before Thanksgiving voicemails, answer some Down in the DM questions and close with what we are most thankful for following a World Series winning season for the Boston Red Sox. Enjoy!
11-16-2018 Passed Ball Show- John opens the show up by talking about the studio conditions and how they compare to Mexico City as they were preparing for the Rams/ Chiefs game this Sunday. The American League MVP vote was flawed because of its three "finalist" policy. The writers had a chance to stick it to the process by voting for JD Martinez, a player who was essentially eliminated by the fact the finalist had become a thing. Reporting in this country is getting worse and worse- How does a player's name remain anonymous when he makes a statement in front a group of reporters? The key to a winning culture in the NBA is not the best players, not the most regular season wins, not the best coach- it is the chemistry among the players. We have seen it impact the Houston Rockets and now it could be happening to the Golden State Warriors. NFL picks are up on johnpielli.com. Finally, if you want to be taken seriously on social media or on comment threads, maybe its time you stop protecting your name like it your IP address. Stop hiding behind a cartoon character.
Eve Rosenbaum is the Manager of International Scouting for the 2017 World Series Champion Houston Astros. It’s a dream come true for this baseball lover who played ball most of her life, including playing softball in college. Shortly after graduating, her childhood dream came true. Today, Eve scouts baseball stars around the world, frequently travelling to Colombia and the Dominican Republic to watch up and coming international teenagers test their baseball chops. She also manages the international scouting team, making decisions about which players outside the US and Canada to sign to play in the US minor leagues. Eve was directly involved in signing Venezuelan Jose Altuve, the Astros’ second baseman and the 2017 American League MVP. Before working for the 2017 World Series champs, Eve attended Harvard College, where she studied Psychology and Philosophy and earned a summer internship with the Boston Red Sox. The post 50: World Series Champs Houston Astros Int’l Scouting Manager, Eve Rosenbaum appeared first on Time4Coffee.
Details the playing career of the great Minnesota Twin and California Angel, Rod Carew!Career Highlights:He was the rookie-of-the-year in 1967.He made the American League All Star team an incredible 18 seasons in a row!He won the American League batting championship seven times, including four years in a row from 1972 through 1975.He won the American League MVP award in 1977, making a serious run at the fabled .400 batting avg for a season.He is one of the very few players (32 currently) who have made the 3,000 hit club.
Maurice Mo Vaughn currently serves as the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of MVP Collections, a solution inspired Big and Tall menswear collection that caters specifically to the Big and Tall customer looking for stylish clothing options that fit both their personality and frame. MVP Collections is made in the USA and offers a wide range of styles in sizes 1XL-6XL, 2XLT-4XLT, and 38-58”. Prior to entering the fashion industry, Mo enjoyed a successful career as a Major League Baseball player with the Boston Red Sox, Anaheim Angels, and the New York Mets; playing from 1991 to 2003. He was a three-time All-Star selection and won the American League MVP award in 1995 with the Boston Red Sox.
The latest episode of Dirty Kurt's Dugout, hosted by Kurt Bevacqua, leads off with legendary pitcher Vida Blue taking a seat on the pine. Vida and KB reminisce about baseball in the 1970s and '80s and talk about Vida's current broadcasting work in San Francisco. Vida was dubbed "Mr. Bay Area Baseball" by the San Jose Mercury News last month, is a three-time world champion and is one of only five pitchers to start the All-Star Game for both leagues. He's also the answer to a tricky trivia question: Who was the last switch-hitter to win the American League MVP award? Former San Diego Padres president Ballard Smith and Forbes columnist Barry Bloom make encore appearances and bring stories and analysis that only baseball insiders can provide. Make sure to follow Barry on Twitter: @boomskie. And of course follow Dirty Kurt's Dugout: @TheBevacquaShow. Thank you to our Patreon supporters for making this episode possible!
An Oriole has been named American League MVP five times, from Brooks Robinson in 1964 to Cal Ripken Jr. in 1991. Author Jeremy Lehrman joins us to take an in-depth look at each selection and whether it was justified. Also, Lehrman answers whether any Oriole was ever robbed of the award. Plus, host Justin McGuire has the grisly details of Wednesday's Grapefruit League loss to the Cardinals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to OC Speakly episode nine. On this week's episode, it's all about the 2016 Year in Review. We revisit some of the biggest news of the year. OC Weekly's most prolific online writer Matt Coker talks with Gustavo about some of the stories you might have missed if you only read the dead-tree edition. Gustavo also talk to web editor Taylor "Hellcat" Hamby about the most trafficked articled on ocweekly.com. We finish this episode talking with Gabriel San Román about his favorite stories and a shout out to our favorite restaurant (food truck, actually), Burritos La Palma. Show notes: Matt Coker's 2016 in Review OCDA Snitch Scandal OC Jail Break Orange Feathers - Sandra Hutchens as Krazy Kat The rise of hate KKK Rally in Anaheim Bomb threats directed at mosques Kids being racist, and more! Your Anaheim Angels of Anaheim Will Mike Trout Be Robbed Again as American League MVP? Another Summer Night at Angel Stadium (Orange Feathers) Matt's favorite film of 2016 Manchester by the Sea Taylor "Hellcat" Hamby's 2016 in Review: Chapman University Undie Run Spring (slideshow) Chapman University Undie Run Winter (slideshow) Cal State Fullerton Undie Run (slideshow) KKK Rally in Anaheim (slideshow) The Real Cougars of Orange County (RIP Foxfire) (slideshow) 2016 AVN Awards (slideshow) Dana Rohrabacher looking clueless FoxFire closing Top Metal Lists A look back to 2013: Top 10 most satanic metal bands Closing of Irvine Meadows In "Almost 2016 News": What Gwen Stefani Was Really Thinking In the "Used to Love You" Music Video If you want longer OC Speakly episodes, share with your friends! Gabriel San Román's 2016 in Review: OC Whites Want Nothing to Do With Mexicans—But Asians Are Okay! KKK Rally in Anaheim Antifas (Anti-fascist counter-protestors) Police Reports on Anaheim KKK Brawl Prove Chief Raul Quezada is a Liar Fracas at the Fairgrounds Donkey Show cover Gabriel and Gustavo's favorite restaurant of 2016: Burritos La Palma Twitter: @burritoslapalma -- Leave a message on our Hate Hotline: 714-550-5984 email@example.com Web Site Facebook Twitter Instagram
"I just won the Nobel Prize of baseball." -Elston Howard, American League MVP, 1963 Snubs. Grudges. Conspiracies. Incompetence. All in a day's work for some of those who vote on Baseball's Most Valuable Player Award. From its colorful and scandalous beginnings more than a century ago, the MVP has evolved into the most prestigious -- and contentious -- individual honor in the sport. No award means more to the players, the media, or the fans -- and no other award can claim a voting history so rich in controversy. "
This week, the Jays' Nest Podcast returns with lots of great Toronto Blue Jays discussion. We look at Troy Tulowitzki's spot in the lineup, Josh Donaldson makign his mark in the American League MVP race and so much more. With playoffs looking more and more lilkely, we discuss lots of post season related topics including the return of Marcus Stroman. We "Charge the Mound" about ballpark ettiquete and hand out our weekly awards as well. Check us out at www.jaysjournal.com @JaysJournal & @JaysNestPodcast--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jays-from-the-couch-radio/support
He's a certifiable candidate for the American League MVP and he's the face of the franchise. Who is Chet Coppock talking about? None other than Paul Konerko. Unfortunately, for all his on-field success, Paul Konerko is simply not a guy who puts butts in seats and sells tickets for the Chicago White Sox.
He's a certifiable candidate for the American League MVP and he's the face of the franchise. Who is Chet Coppock talking about? None other than Paul Konerko. Unfortunately, for all his on-field success, Paul Konerko is simply not a guy who puts butts in seats and sells tickets for the Chicago White Sox.
If you ask a kid to name a Jewish baseball hero it’s likely she’ll answer Kevin Youkilis if she’s thinking current day icons, or, if this theoretical kid is more historically oriented she’ll cite the great Dodger Sandy Koufax. But long before either of them put on a glove, there was Hank Greenberg. Greenberg made his major league mark in the 1930s and ’40s, playing primarily for the Detroit Tigers. He was a first-baseman and a phenomenal batter. In 1938, in a single season, he hit 58 home runs. He made the All Star team five times, was twice named American League MVP, was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1956, and still holds the American League record for runs batted in by a right-handed batter in a single season: 183 in 1937. Over this entire career, he had a whopping 1,276 RBIs. Like... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Baseball Historian presents Mickey Mantle Remembered (October 20, 1931 â August 13, 1995) was an American baseball player who was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1974. He played his entire 18-year major-league professional career for the New York Yankees, winning 3 American League MVP titles and playing for 16 All-Star teams. Mantle played on 12 pennant winners and 7 World Championship clubs. He still holds the records for most World Series home runs (18), RBIs (40), runs (42), walks (43), extra-base hits (26), and total bases (123). Mantle died on August 13, 1995 at age 63.Please note: many of these broadcasts were originally preserved onto vinyl and are over 50 years old, so the audio quality does vary... but the historical significance & baseball action does not!
Hopefully the baseball world understands the value of Jose Abreu now. Also, Connor and Joe kick around the idea of trading Yu Darvish again. It's the Baseball from Home Podcast brought to you by the House of L Podcast Network. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/house-of-l-podcast/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands