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Welcome back! The Boys dig into Johnny Lazor for #82! Double Dope Names this week, SCORE! Talk Birthdays including friend of the show Xavier Scruggs and Joe Morgan. Cardinals, Blue Jays and Padres make an appearance on Who's Hot & Who's Not followed by some COOL STUFF like Anthony Gose's return to the Bigs, and we wrap up with Our Boys segment. Yeah, Tone is good. We get it. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/upperdeckerpod/support
As it's almost time to look ahead to the off-season, Zack and T.J. talk about where Emmanuel Clase's season ranks among all-time Cleveland relievers and then discuss what looks good about Anthony Gose below the surface that seem worth investment and give a status update on Nolan Jones.
A busy week for the Indians with two doubleheaders in four days, we'll recap the matchups with the Royals and White Sox. Oscar Mercado and Ernie Clement each chipped in with big home runs this week. They both stopped by, along with hurlers Cal Quantrill and Eli Morgan who notched wins in strong outings. Stealing the spotlight this week however was Anthony Gose who made his pitching debut following a conversion from a position player last appearing in 2016 as an outfielder with Detroit. He was stellar in 2 appreacences, and he'll talk about his return to the big leagues. That's all on this edition of Tribe Talk with Jim Rosenhaus on the Cleveland Indians Radio Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's Game 153 of the 2021 Season and the Cleveland Indians lose a pitching duel to the Chicago White Sox 1-0. On today's show we're talking about the White Sox pitching catching up to the Indians pitching, Shane Bieber making his return, Anthony Gose racking up the K's, and naming our MVP for the Day. If you want to share your thoughts on the game or anything Cleveland baseball you can find me on Twitter @daveyberris, you can email the show ClevelandBaseballMornings@gmail.com, or leave a message on the anchor app and we'll play it back on the show. Merchandise is now available at https://clevelandbaseballmornings.myspreadshop.com/ for T-shirts, Hoodies, Coffee Mugs, and More!!! Now available on iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-cleveland-baseball-morning-70571254/ Now available on Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/17e3d70a-dd9e-4ed3-a6fc-2ef5d6f58bb8/Cleveland-Baseball-Mornings-An-Indians-Fan-Podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/clevelandbaseballmornings/message
This week, The Podcastellanos is live on location at Mootz Pizzeria in the heart of downtown Detroit. Jordan is joined again by Alex Urban. They two fellas discuss some of this seasons' pleasant surprises, their thoughts on the Ryan Garko hire, and congratulate Anthony Gose on making the bigs again.The Podcastellanos is brought to you by Mootz Pizzeria + Bar in downtown Detroit.@mootzpizzeriamootzpizzeria.com@hostedbyjhall@aurban91@ericwaynesbrain@podcastellanos See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
MLB.com's Matt Meyers and Mike Petriello update the closest playoff races, investigate the disfunction happening in San Diego, note the wild numbers behind another successful Tampa Bay season, wonder if it's time to worry about the White Sox and highlight Dietrich Enns and Anthony Gose, while also talking to filmmaker Nick Davis about his ESPN documentary on the 1986 Mets, “Once Upon a Time in Queens.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to preview Week 4 of the college football season, Wisconsin vs. Notre Dame, LSU vs. Mississippi State, Tennessee vs. Florida, and so many others along with Finebaum on Deion Sanders at USC, Kiffin on Alabama and the transfer portal and the latest on CFP expansion (1:00). Then, Fangraphs' Jon Tayler joins the program to talk the card incident between the Rays and Blue Jays, more Padres front-office changes, the Cardinals, Anthony Gose, more (75:00). To wrap, The Michigan Daily's Daniel Dash joins the show to talk Michigan football through three weeks, Cade McNamara's development, the new defense, Josh Gattis, Ohio State and more (120:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Jon Tayler & Daniel Dash Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tribe broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus recaps Tuesday's 4-1 Tribe win over the Royals with postgame reaction from Cal Quantrill and DeMarlo Hale. Plus, a visit with relief pitcher and former outfielder Anthony Gose. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ben Lindbergh and Meg Rowley banter about the unwritten rules controversy stemming from Kevin Kiermaier absconding with a Blue Jays scouting card, the Padres' collapse, dysfunction, and outlook for 2022, the Cardinals' surge and the Braves' revamped outfield, Anthony Gose's return to the majors as a pitcher, a number of injured arms making comebacks, the […]
Nando, Ian and DVR discuss another season largely lost to injury for Mariners outfielder Kyle Lewis, Anthony Gose's return to the big leagues as a reliever, varying levels of trust in Salvador Perez as a very early-round, big-bid catcher entering 2022, and more. Follow Nando on Twitter: @nandodifino Follow Ian on Twitter: @IanKahn4 Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper E-mail: email@example.com, use subject line ‘Under the Radar' Subscribe to The Athletic at 50% off for the first year: theathletic.com/fantasybaseballpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Paul Hoynes and Joe Noga break down Cleveland's doubleheader sweep at the hands of the Kansas City Royals. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's Games 148 & 149 of the 2021 Season and the Cleveland Indians lose both to start the series with the Kansas City Royals. On today's show we're talking about Tristen McKenzie's fastball getting hit hard, Anthony Gose makes his return to the majors, and naming our MVP for the Day (forgot because we lost both, but it was Gose). If you want to share your thoughts on the game or anything Cleveland baseball you can find me on Twitter @daveyberris, you can email the show ClevelandBaseballMornings@gmail.com, or leave a message on the anchor app and we'll play it back on the show. Merchandise is now available at https://clevelandbaseballmornings.myspreadshop.com/ for T-shirts, Hoodies, Coffee Mugs, and More!!! Now available on iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-cleveland-baseball-morning-70571254/ Now available on Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/17e3d70a-dd9e-4ed3-a6fc-2ef5d6f58bb8/Cleveland-Baseball-Mornings-An-Indians-Fan-Podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/clevelandbaseballmornings/message
1) Discuss the promotion of Anthony Gose and why I think it was more a reward for a job well done and less about his future with the team. I also talk a little 40 man as well. 2) Discussing the doubleheader losses, some records, and draft talk. We also talk about why this should not be viewed as a disappointing season. 3) Preview the next two Royals games, and talk about the Players of the week awards in the minors and the majors. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Molecule Mattress Visit OnMolecule.com and save twenty percent with promo code LOCKEDON. NetSuite NetSuite is offering a one-of-a-kind financing program only for those ready to switch today! Head to NetSuite.com/LockedOn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Anders and Mikey kick things off by talking about their experiences attending an MLB game in 2021. Anders then tells a story about former MLB outfielder Anthony Gose before the two dive into the Sean Kazmar, Jr. story, a look at the division standings, the Atlantic League moving the mound back, Shane Bieber's dominance, Danny Duffy's breakout, and the recent game cancelations due to COVID.
Bradley and potentially Gose will have to wait for their shots. Paul Hoynes and Joe Noga discuss on the Cleveland Baseball Talk Podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The time has nearly come for those players who are out of options to find new teams! What does it mean to be out of options? TC and Tim explain. Listen closely as they break down the futures of Reese McGuire, Jacob Nottingham, Jake Bauers, Anthony Gose, Dillon Maples, Carl Edwards Jr., Anthony Banda and more. 0:00 What are options? 8:00 Catchers 12:47 Relievers 29:27 First Baseman 47:28 A fun new plan for the Pirates 37:08 Out of options, out of reach 1:01:48 The Tim Jackson Killers 1:05:26 This Week In Baseball aka Goodbye, Nick Markakis Get PL+ and join our community!: https://www.pitcherlist.com/plus/
The boys are back for round two of quarantine Podcastellanos. This week they are joined by Ben Verlander to discuss his experiences in the Minor Leagues, the Anthony Gose pitching experience, the issue of MiLB pay, his favorite moment from Justin's time with the Tigers and he tells a few stories. Eric also power ranks spices and the guys reflect on the highlights of the first 100 shows.On Twitter:@Verly32@JordanHall23@EricWaynesBrain@PodcastellanosOn Instagram:@firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook.com/Podcastellanos See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
本集在進行「聽眾信箱」單元之前，先討論新冠肺炎對大聯盟的影響(04:49)、球員在春訓別麥克風比賽與大聯盟的新媒體操作(16:22)、光芒球員遭賭客恐嚇事件(30:15)、Christian Yelich 與釀酒人的延長合約(40:10)。「聽眾信箱」分享聽眾對 Madison Bumgarner 偽裝話題的回饋(52:03)，接著探討大聯盟的 10 年合約(55:45)、簽球員時會考慮的條件(01:00:10)、大聯盟比賽執行副總裁 Chris Young(01:03:56)、今年官方用球性質的預測(01:08:36)、熱身賽與國際賽的球速顯示(01:12:09)、投手臂展長短對表現的影響(01:13:12)。 「轉學生週記」分享採訪旅美球員的心得(01:18:20)、與 Albert Pujols 和 Edwin Encarnacion 的邂逅(01:22:19)、Robbie Ray 的叫聲(01:23:22)，以及 Anthony Gose 棄打從投的勵志故事(01:23:47)。數據單元則討論 Chris Sale 的耐操度下滑(01:24:35)、Yelich 近兩年的神威數據(01:27:06)。 *《Hito 大聯盟》官網：https://hitomlb.com/ *聽眾信箱，歡迎來信：https://hitomlb.com/mailbox-1f53ab352061
If you no longer interest teams as a position player, maybe it's time to become a pitcher. That's what Jose Bautista and Anthony Gose are doing. Bautista, the former Blue Jays slugger, is attempting to make a comeback as a two-way player. How much does he have left in the tank at age 39? Anthony Gose is much younger at 29, and he's already been on the mound for the Indians in Spring Training. He can run his fastball up to 98 mph and has a filthy slider from the left side. All this on today's episode.
Ben Lindbergh and Jeff Sullivan banter about Ichiro Suzuki’s return to Seattle, Neil Walker’s perplexing unemployment, the unreliability of bullpens, Anthony Gose’s extremely rough start to spring training, and Kyle Jensen’s extremely hot start to spring training, then preview the 2018 Angels (20:44) with The Athletic Los Angeles’s Pedro Moura, and the 2018 Phillies (51:19) […]
The guys are thinking happy on this week's episode of the Podcastellanos. They recap Jordan's marathon run, power rank things associated with happiness, and determine which Tiger would be what pastry. They also discuss the Tigers potentially selling off pieces, Tyler Collins being DFA'd, and Anthony Gose's unsuccessful second minor league outing. Podcastellanos.com On Twitter: @JordanHall23 @ComericaEric @Podcastellanos On Instagram: @jordinho4 Facebook.com/Podcastellanos See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this week's show, the guys are joined by former Tiger pitcher Guido Knudson! He shared some really interesting stuff about his baseball journey, time in the Tigers organization, and a fun story of Justin Verlander's generosity. It's the annual hot takes show, so the guys preview the upcoming Tigers season by creating some over/unders and making their bold fire emoji predictions. They also discuss JD Martinez being out three to four weeks, Mark Lowe being released, and Anthony Gose trying his hand at pitching. Podcastellanos.com On Twitter: @GKnudson15 @JordanHall23 @ComericaEric @Podcastellanos On Instagram: @jordinho4 Facebook.com/Podcastellanos See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Detroit Sports Podcast-First Lady On this week's podcast, Jenna and Special Guest Krystle Holleman discuss the Detroit Tigers response to the Anthony Gose situation and how should professional teams address problematic/red flag behaviors before they get out of hand? Plus: Listener Calls, anger regarding the Detroit Red Wings being ranked low on a recent ESPN Power-Ranking list, Worst Dates and Relationship Advice! www.detroitsportspodcast.com www.twitter.com/detroitpodcast www.facebook.com/detsportspodcast www.instagram.com/detroitsports_podcast
Things get a little testy on this week's episode! Okay, not really. But Rob and HookSlide celebrate their 25th episode the best way they know how: talking about the Detroit Tigers and laying into an old geezer who thinks stats are ruining baseball. This week's target? Hall of Fame reliever Goose Gossage, who went after stat-heads and current players alike for ruining the game of yesteryear. You know, the one where players like Kirk Gibson fist-pumped their way around the bases after hitting a clutch playoff home run. There's plenty of content prior to that discussion in this week's show. Victor Martinez has a hamstring injury, Anthony Gose is bunting his way to glory, and Steven Moya is hitting the cover off the ball! We also take our usual bag of listener questions, and even throw one back to you! Topics in this week's episode include: Victor Martinez is hurt so we should cancel the season nowWho is the Tigers' backup DH?Anthony Gose and bunting: what could go wrong?Bryan Holaday and Steven Moya are spring training starsThe Detroit Tigers and the terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad seventh inningDave Dombrowski and Al Avila are still bros, but how awkward was Al's Thanksgiving?Which former Tiger would help the current roster out the most?The best hats in Major League BaseballJust how wrong can one old pitcher be? Contents: 2:21 - Rounding the Bases: the one guy you didn’t want to get hurt just got hurt 21:07 - Warming in the Pen: the Tigers have been bad at the 7th inning 48:29 - High and Tight: Avila and Dombrowski are still on good terms, sort of 1:03:28 - Into the Mob Scene at Home: speaking hypothetically, nothing means anything 1:30:44 - The 7th Inning Kvetch: Goose Gossage is a [censored] Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Detroit Tigers suffered a few more injuries in spring training last week, including Cameron Maybin's wrist fracture, but things as a whole are looking up. Bryan Holaday is hitting the cover off the ball, Steven Moya is drawing walks, and the biggest names on the roster aren't on the injury report. So far, so good, right? The Tigers capped off a productive week in Lakeland, and while we don't care about the results of games -- they're 6-4 after Wednesday's win, our crack research team revealed -- the Tigers are doing plenty of tinkering. Rob and HookSlide delve into these mysteries on this week's podcast, along with some of the position battles taking place throughout the roster. They also gush over a couple prospects -- namely, Joe Jimenez and his wicked breaking ball -- answer a few listener questions, and talk about Anthony Gose's disdain for defensive metrics. Not bad for a week's work. Topics in this week's episode include: Cameron Maybin's brittle wrists, and who replaces him on the rosterAnibal Sanchez and the right arm that won't keep quietWho the **** is Lucas Harrell?How playing 10 games gives you a 0-0 recordBlaine Hardy's terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad spring trainingJoe Jimenez and scouting terms to knowListener questions!Steven Moya's future in DetroitAnthony Gose doesn't like stats Contents: 2:09 - Rounding the Bases: who got hurt this week? 20:28 - Warming in the Pen: the Tigers have improved their record to 0-0 39:36 - High and Tight: the spring training storylines are getting good 58:33 - Into the Mob Scene at Home: Moya, Moya, Moya 1:16:01 - The 7th Inning Kvetch: Anthony Gose is having growing pains Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How important are advanced metrics when it comes to earning a starting role? Tigers reporter Jason Beck and MLB.com's Anthony Castrovince take a closer look at Anthony Gose's statistics now that he's taking over the center field job and how Anibal Sanchez will deal with right tricep inflammation during Spring Training.
Welcome to the debut episode of Artificial Turf Wars! Blue Jays RP David Aardsma stops by to give his views on bullpen battles, his career, the Blue Jays, and how to handle social media. In addition, Greg and Josh discuss Marcus Stroman’s “new pitch,” Bautista and Estrada getting into action, Michael Saunders looking healthy, and Aaron Loup’s elbow injury.Finally, Chris joins the boys to answer some listener questions, give Anthony Gose a Do-Over and play everybody’s favourite Buck Martinez-inspired game, “Swing and a Drive!”
The future is now! We are coming up on September. What does this mean? If you’re in a holds league then it’s time to make your big run! But before the baseball comes the food, thus we needed to discuss grilling in Germany. Todd is disgusted that we grilled without a Weber Grill. Jamacian style cooking folks. Want a YouTube video? Sure… what?!? It doesn’t exist. I just spent 20 minutes looking through youtube videos and couldn’t find this method. Basically, you use a super high heat and over-marinate the chicken. Especially important is a ton of herbs. Then you stack all the chicken (skin on!) into the middle of the grill, this is really counter-intuitive to every grill rule you’ve ever learn, but trust me. The marinade/herb mixture drips into the fire creating a ton of smoke. The chicken pieces at the bottom will get pretty dark pretty quickly. The key is to rotate the chicken every couple of minutes and put the ones on the top to the bottom to char. The ones at the top continue to cook indirectly from the heat coming off the pieces on the bottom. If done correctly, you’ll end up with chicken that has a nice black char, but still is moist inside. We had a great idea in the beginning of the season refer to Jung Ho Kang’s power as K-Pop. Darnit, why we didn’t follow up on this will remain one of the great tragedies of the 2015 season? This leads us into a discussion about the middle infield. In typical 2020 All-Star fashion, we wander into a discussion about no pop, speed guys like Anthony Gose. Pop-speed-pop, a new form of EDM? No, we go back to guys with power and discuss the two big boppers at the corners, Sano and Bryant. Todd likes Sano’s power and I like Bryant’s sneaky speed. And speaking of power, we go to Top 5 3Bs for next year. We’re really going all-in on the young guys at the hot corner. Same discussion with the outfield. Is Mike Trout still #1 overall? Four of the top 5 are pretty standard, but the fifth is a long-time favorite of the podcast that might surprise you. Queue Scary Music: CLOSERPOCALYPSE! The Boston situation is ugly. Jean Machi is the guy, but probably best to just leave him to someone more desperate. The Oakland situation seems like Drew Pomeranz is the guy. We like him a ton more than Machi (so he’ll probably lose the gig tomorrow). The best of the bottom of the barrel prize goes to Tom Wilhelmsen. He’s solid and the other guys in Seattle are having issues. Greg Holland doesn’t really scare us too much. But the guy to own there would be Wade Davis, but he’s good enough that he should have been owned already. Addison Reed? Not a closer, but he got traded to the Mets. Can the Mets fix him? We’re not hopeful, but you never know. September Callups Lighting Round: Corey Seager, Jesse Winker, Urias, Nick Williams, Javy Baez. As always, check us out on Twitter @2020AllStars, Instagram 2020AllStars, and iTunes. Season 3 Episode 25 (42:56)
In this week's episode of the Bless You Boys podcast, HookSlide and Rob Rogacki talk about the Detroit Tigers' opening week of baseball. Topics include the sweep of the Minnesota Twins, Anthony Gose's solid offense and defense, Shane Greene's pitching debut, Alex Avila's new approach at the plate, and whether this is truly the best team that Dave Dombrowski has assembled so far. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There was a lot of baseball to discuss. I promise you that we had sketched out a plan to cover it all, but like a young buck getting his first taste of big league pitching, we panicked and threw that out the window. Not to say the quality of the podcast is sub-par, but we wandered, Henry David Thoreau wandered. It’s certainly enjoyable though. The view from 10.000 meters… I mean, 30,000 feet, is Small Sample Size Theater, Closerpocalypse, and our new segment called “Whack or Back”. We start with the young guns. Anthony Gose might be legit, but he definitely does not play on Toronto. But there is a young whipper snapper in Toronto that we like, Devon Travis. We’re bullish that he’ll move up in the lineup and become an ownable middle infielder. Drew Pomeranz is a guy that you want to keep on your roster. We are less bullish on Trevor Bauer, but he’s also an interesting name to follow. The Closerpocalypse is upon us. Surprisingly, we’re a little skeptical of the young guys in Toronto, but they make interesting prospects if you want saves. The situation there is fluid to say the least. Chris Hatcher got a cup of tea, then dropped it and Joel Peralta picked it up. There is also the Yankee situation. We like Andrew Miller, but Todd likes him a bit more than me. If you’re looking for a name to speculate on someone that no one else is talking about, Junichi Tazawa. Without any evidence, I speculate that he’s the guy behind the guy in Boston. I boldly predict 15 saves. In other big city closer news, we discuss the Mets. However, moments after finishing the podcast, it came out that Jennry Mejia was suspended 80 games for PEDs. Todd likes Bobby Parnell. I boldly predict “other”. Whack or Back. David Wright! He is back!!! or is he whack?!? Joey Votto is unequivocably back! We think he’s a guy that you want to buy into. We wander into a discussion regarding Jon Lester’s woes throwing to first base. Then our most divisive player… Alex Rodriguez. He’s won my heart back, but Todd is squarely in the whack camp. Another disagreement comes up with Tim Lincecum except exactly the opposite. We end with some chat about young corner infielders in Mike Moustakas and Mark Canha. We believe! Alright, as always, check us out on iTunes and Twitter @2020AllStars. Tschüssi! Season 3 Episode 7 (1:03:57)
Episode 2 of the 2015 season… honestly, not much to talk about. But we somehow filled up 45 minutes with nonsense and misinformation. There was even talk about BJ Upton’s name change. Closerpocalypse is upon us once again. We discuss a lot of Dodger news including the “big” injury to Kenley Jansen. We are relatively worried about this injury. Basically, we just don’t want to have to pay for Jansen when we could get someone cheaper in a later round. We have no idea who the replacement is but if you need a name, we went with Brandon League. Also in Dodger land, we discuss Greinke’s oiling his elbow. We discuss a bunch of deep league guys like Mike Moustakas, Billy Butler, and James Loney. Is Steven Souza legit? We wander around this question for a bit and about the Tampa Bay’s offense in general. We were struggling to talk about anything. We end off with a Dalton Pompei vs Anthony Gose vs Jarrod Dyson in a “last round speed only” guy. Enjoy it! Season 3 Episode 02 (46:20)