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Screaming in the Cloud
The Controversy of Cloud Repatriation With Amy Tobey of Equinix

Screaming in the Cloud

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About AmyAmy Tobey has worked in tech for more than 20 years at companies of every size, working with everything from kernel code to user interfaces. These days she spends her time building an innovative Site Reliability Engineering program at Equinix, where she is a principal engineer. When she's not working, she can be found with her nose in a book, watching anime with her son, making noise with electronics, or doing yoga poses in the sun.Links Referenced: Equinix: https://metal.equinix.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/MissAmyTobey TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud, I'm Corey Quinn, and this episode is another one of those real profiles in shitposting type of episodes. I am joined again from a few months ago by Amy Tobey, who is a Senior Principal Engineer at Equinix, back for more. Amy, thank you so much for joining me.Amy: Welcome. To your show. [laugh].Corey: Exactly. So, one thing that we have been seeing a lot over the past year, and you struck me as one of the best people to talk about what you're seeing in the wilderness perspective, has been the idea of cloud repatriation. It started off with something that came out of Andreessen Horowitz toward the start of the year about the trillion-dollar paradox, how, at a certain point of scale, repatriating to a data center is the smart and right move. And oh, my stars that ruffle some feathers for people?Amy: Well, I spent all this money moving to the cloud. That was just mean.Corey: I know. Why would I want to leave the cloud? I mean, for God's sake, my account manager named his kid after me. Wait a minute, how much am I spending on that? Yeah—Amy: Good question.Corey: —there is that ever-growing problem. And there have been the examples that people have given of Dropbox classically did a cloud repatriation exercise, and a second example that no one can ever name. And it seems like okay, this might not necessarily be the direction that the industry is going. But I also tend to not be completely naive when it comes to these things. And I can see repatriation making sense on a workload-by-workload basis.What that implies is that yeah, but a lot of other workloads are not going to be going to a data center. They're going to stay in a cloud provider, who would like very much if you never read a word of this to anyone in public.Amy: Absolutely, yeah.Corey: So, if there are workloads repatriating, it would occur to me that there's a vested interest on the part of every major cloud provider to do their best to, I don't know if saying suppress the story is too strongly worded, but it is directionally what I mean.Amy: They aren't helping get the story out. [laugh].Corey: Yeah, it's like, “That's a great observation. Could you maybe shut the hell up and never make it ever again in public, or we will end you?” Yeah. Your Amazon. What are you going to do, launch a shitty Amazon Basics version of what my company does? Good luck. Have fun. You're probably doing it already.But the reason I want to talk to you on this is a confluence of a few things. One, as I mentioned back in May when you were on the show, I am incensed and annoyed that we've been talking for as long as we have, and somehow I never had you on the show. So, great. Come back, please. You're always welcome here. Secondly, you work at Equinix, which is, effectively—let's be relatively direct—it is functionally a data center as far as how people wind up contextualizing this. Yes, you have higher level—Amy: Yeah I guess people contextualize it that way. But we'll get into that.Corey: Yeah, from the outside. I don't work there, to be clear. My talking points don't exist for this. But I think of oh, Equinix. Oh, that means you basically have a colo or colo equivalent. The pricing dynamics have radically different; it looks a lot closer to a data center in my imagination than it does a traditional public cloud. I would also argue that if someone migrates from AWS to Equinix, that would be viewed—arguably correctly—as something of a repatriation. Is that directionally correct?Amy: I would argue incorrectly. For Metal, right?Corey: Ah.Amy: So, Equinix is a data center company, right? Like that's why everybody knows us as. Equinix Metal is a bare metal primitive service, right? So, it's a lot more of a cloud workflow, right, except that you're not getting the rich services that you get in a technically full cloud, right? Like, there's no RDS; there's no S3, even. What you get is bare metal primitives, right? With a really fast network that isn't going to—Corey: Are you really a cloud provider without some ridiculous machine-learning-powered service that's going to wind up taking pictures, perform incredibly expensive operations on it, and then return something that's more than a little racist? I mean, come on. That's not—you're not a cloud until you can do that, right?Amy: We can do that. We have customers that do that. Well, not specifically that, but um—Corey: Yeah, but they have to build it themselves. You don't have the high-level managed service that basically serves as, functionally, bias laundering.Amy: Yeah, you don't get it in a box, right? So, a lot of our customers are doing things that are unique, right, that are maybe not exactly fit into the cloud well. And it comes back down to a lot of Equinix's roots, which is—we talk but going into the cloud, and it's this kind of abstract environment we're reaching for, you know, up in the sky. And it's like, we don't know where it is, except we have regions that—okay, so it's in Virginia. But the rule of real estate applies to technology as often as not, which is location, location, location, right?When we're talking about a lot of applications, a challenge that we face, say in gaming, is that the latency from the customer, so that last mile to your data center, can often be extremely important, right, so a few milliseconds even. And a lot of, like, SaaS applications, the typical stuff that really the cloud was built on, 10 milliseconds, 50 milliseconds, nobody's really going to notice that, right? But in a gaming environment or some very low latency application that needs to run extremely close to the customer, it's hard to do that in the cloud. They're building this stuff out, right? Like, I see, you know, different ones [unintelligible 00:05:53] opening new regions but, you know, there's this other side of the cloud, which is, like, the edge computing thing that's coming alive, and that's more where I think about it.And again, location, location, location. The speed of light is really fast, but as most of us in tech know, if you want to go across from the East Coast to the West Coast, you're talking about 80 milliseconds, on average, right? I think that's what it is. I haven't checked in a while. Yeah, that's just basic fundamental speed of light. And so, if everything's in us-east-1—and this is why we do multi-region, sometimes—the latency from the West Coast isn't going to be great. And so, we run the application on both sides.Corey: It has improved though. If you want to talk old school things that are seared into my brain from over 20 years ago, every person who's worked in data centers—or in technology, as a general rule—has a few IP addresses seared. And the one that I've always had on my mind was 130.111.32.11. Kind of arbitrary and ridiculous, but it was one of the two recursive resolvers provided at the University of Maine where I had my first help desk job.And it lives on-prem, in Maine. And generally speaking, I tended to always accept that no matter where I was—unless I was in a data center somewhere—it was about 120 milliseconds. And I just checked now; it is 85 and change from where I am in San Francisco. So, the internet or the speed of light have improved. So, good for whichever one of those it was. But yeah, you've just updated my understanding of these things. All of this is, which is to say, yes, latency is very important.Amy: Right. Let's forget repatriation to really be really honest. Even the Dropbox case or any of them, right? Like, there's an economic story here that I think all of us that have been doing cloud work for a while see pretty clearly that maybe not everybody's seeing that—that's thinking from an on-prem kind of situation, which is that—you know, and I know you do this all the time, right, is, you don't just look at the cost of the data center and the servers and the network, the technical components, the bill of materials—Corey: Oh, lies, damned lies, and TCO analyses. Yeah.Amy: —but there's all these people on top of it, and the organizational complexity, and the contracts that you got to manage. And it's this big, huge operation that is incredibly complex to do well that is almost nobody's business. So the way I look at this, right, and the way I even talk to customers about it is, like, “What is your produ—” And I talk to people internally about this way? It's like, “What are you trying to build?” “Well, I want to build a SaaS.” “Okay. Do you need data center expertise to build a SaaS?” “No.” “Then why the hell are you putting it in a data center?” Like we—you know, and speaking for my employer, right, like, we have Equinix Metal right here. You can build on that and you don't have to do all the most complex part of this, at least in terms of, like, the physical plant, right? Like, right, getting a bare metal server available, we take care of all of that. Even at the primitive level, where we sit, it's higher level than, say, colo.Corey: There's also the question of economics as it ties into it. It's never just a raw cost-of-materials type of approach. Like, my original job in a data center was basically to walk around and replace hard drives, and apparently, to insult people. Now, the cloud has taken one of those two aspects away, and you can follow my Twitter account and figure out which one of those two it is, but what I keep seeing now is there is value to having that task done, but in a cloud environment—and Equinix Metal, let's be clear—that has slipped below the surface level of awareness. And well, what are the economic implications of that?Well, okay, you have a whole team of people at large companies whose job it is to do precisely that. Okay, we're going to upskill them and train them to use cloud. Okay. First, not everyone is going to be capable or willing to make that leap from hard drive replacement to, “Congratulations and welcome to JavaScript. You're about to hate everything that comes next.”And if they do make that leap, their baseline market value—by which I mean what the market is willing to pay for them—approximately will double. And whether they wind up being paid more by their current employer or they take a job somewhere else with those skills and get paid what they are worth, the company still has that economic problem. Like it or not, you will generally get what you pay for whether you want to or not; that is the reality of it. And as companies are thinking about this, well, what gets into the TCO analysis and what doesn't, I have yet to see one where the outcome was not predetermined. They're less, let's figure out in good faith whether it's going to be more expensive to move to the cloud, or move out of the cloud, or just burn the building down for insurance money. The outcome is generally the one that the person who commissioned the TCO analysis wants. So, when a vendor is trying to get you to switch to them, and they do one for you, yeah. And I'm not saying they're lying, but there's so much judgment that goes into this. And what do you include and what do you not include? That's hard.Amy: And there's so many hidden costs. And that's one of the things that I love about working at a cloud provider is that I still get to play with all that stuff, and like, I get to see those hidden costs, right? Like you were talking about the person who goes around and swaps out the hard drives. Or early in my career, right, I worked with someone whose job it was this every day, she would go into data center, she'd swap out the tapes, you know, and do a few things other around and, like, take care of the billing system. And that was a job where it was kind of going around and stewarding a whole bunch of things that kind of kept the whole machine running, but most people outside of being right next to the data center didn't have any idea that stuff even happen, right, that went into it.And so, like you were saying, like, when you go to do the TCO analysis, I mean, I've been through this a couple of times prior in my career, where people will look at it and go like, “Well, of course we're not going to list—we'll put, like, two headcount on there.” And it's always a lie because it's never just to headcount. It's never just the network person, or the SRE, or the person who's racking the servers. It's also, like, finance has to do all this extra work, and there's all the logistic work, and there is just so much stuff that just is really hard to include. Not only do people leave it out, but it's also just really hard for people to grapple with the complexity of all the things it takes to run a data center, which is, like, one of the most complex machines on the planet, any single data center.Corey: I've worked in small-scale environments, maybe a couple of mid-sized ones, but never the type of hyperscale facility that you folks have, which I would say is if it's not hyperscale, it's at least directionally close to it. We're talking thousands of servers, and hundreds of racks.Amy: Right.Corey: I've started getting into that, on some level. Now, I guess when we say ‘hyperscale,' we're talking about AWS-size things where, oh, that's a region and it's going to have three dozen data center facilities in it. Yeah, I don't work in places like that because honestly, have you met me? Would you trust me around something that's that critical infrastructure? No, you would not, unless you have terrible judgment, which means you should not be working in those environments to begin with.Amy: I mean, you're like a walking chaos exercise. Maybe I would let you in.Corey: Oh, I bring my hardware destruction aura near anything expensive and things are terrible. It's awful. But as I looked at the cloud, regardless of cloud, there is another economic element that I think is underappreciated, and to be fair, this does, I believe, apply as much to Equinix Metal as it does to the public hyperscale cloud providers that have problems with naming things well. And that is, when you are provisioning something as a customer of one of these places, you have an unbounded growth problem. When you're in a data center, you are not going to just absentmindedly sign an $8 million purchase order for new servers—you know, a second time—and then that means you're eventually run out of power, space, places to put things, and you have to go find it somewhere.Whereas in cloud, the only limit is basically your budget where there is no forcing function that reminds you to go and clean up that experiment from five years ago. You have people with three petabytes of data they were using for a project, but they haven't worked there in five years and nothing's touched it since. Because the failure mode of deleting things that are important, or disasters—Amy: That's why Glacier exists.Corey: Oh, exactly. But that failure mode of deleting things that should not be deleted are disastrous for a company, whereas if you've leave them there, well, it's only money. And there's no forcing function to do that, which means you have this infinite growth problem with no natural limit slash predator around it. And that is the economic analysis that I do not see playing out basically anywhere. Because oh, by the time that becomes a problem, we'll have good governance in place. Yeah, pull the other one. It has bells on it.Amy: That's the funny thing, right, is a lot of the early drive in the cloud was those of us who wanted to go faster and we were up against the limitations of our data centers. And then we go out and go, like, “Hey, we got this cloud thing. I'll just, you know, put the credit card in there and I'll spin up a few instances, and ‘hey, I delivered your product.'” And everybody goes, “Yeah, hey, happy.” And then like you mentioned, right, and then we get down the road here, and it's like, “Oh, my God, how much are we spending on this?”And then you're in that funny boat where you have both. But yeah, I mean, like, that's just typical engineering problem, where, you know, we have to deal with our constraints. And the cloud has constraints, right? Like when I was at Netflix, one of the things we would do frequently is bump up against instance limits. And then we go talk to our TAM and be like, “Hey, buddy. Can we have some more instance limit?” And then take care of that, right?But there are some bounds on that. Of course, in the cloud providers—you know, if I have my cloud provider shoes on, I don't necessarily want to put those limits to law because it's a business, the business wants to hoover up all the money. That's what businesses do. So, I guess it's just a different constraint that is maybe much too easy to knock down, right? Because as you mentioned, in a data center or in a colo space, I outgrow my cage and I filled up all that space I have, I have to either order more space from my colo provider, I expand to the cloud, right?Corey: The scale I was always at, the limit was not the space because I assure you with enough shoving all things are possible. Don't believe me? Look at what people are putting in the overhead bin on any airline. Enough shoving, you'll get a Volkswagen in there. But it was always power constrained is what I dealt with it. And it's like, “Eh, they're just being conservative.” And the whole building room dies.Amy: You want blade servers because that's how you get blade servers, right? That movement was about bringing the density up and putting more servers in a rack. You know, there were some management stuff and [unintelligible 00:16:08], but a lot of it was just about, like, you know, I remember I'm picturing it, right—Corey: Even without that, I was still power constrained because you have to remember, a lot of my experiences were not in, shall we say, data center facilities that you would call, you know, good.Amy: Well, that brings up a fun thing that's happening, which is that the power envelope of servers is still growing. The newest Intel chips, especially the ones they're shipping for hyperscale and stuff like that, with the really high core counts, and the faster clock speeds, you know, these things are pulling, like, 300 watts. And they also have to egress all that heat. And so, that's one of the places where we're doing some innovations—I think there's a couple of blog posts out about it around—like, liquid cooling or multimode cooling. And what's interesting about this from a cloud or data center perspective, is that the tools and skills and everything has to come together to run a, you know, this year's or next year's servers, where we're pushing thousands of kilowatts into a rack. Thousands; one rack right?The bar to actually bootstrap and run this stuff successfully is rising again, compared to I take my pizza box servers, right—and I worked at a gaming company a long time ago, right, and they would just, like, stack them on the floor. It was just a stack of servers. Like, they were in between the rails, but they weren't screwed down or anything, right? And they would network them all up. Because basically, like, the game would spin up on the servers and if they died, they would just unplug that one and leave it there and spin up another one.It was like you could just stack stuff up and, like, be slinging cables across the data center and stuff back then. I wouldn't do it that way now, but when you add, say liquid cooling and some of these, like, extremely high power situations into the mix, now you need to have, for example, if you're using liquid cooling, you don't want that stuff leaking, right? And so, it's good as the pressure fittings and blind mating and all this stuff that's coming around gets, you still have that element of additional training, and skill, and possibility for mistakes.Corey: The thing that I see as I look at this across the space is that, on some level, it's gotten harder to run a data center than it ever did before. Because again, another reason I wanted to have you on this show is that you do not carry a quota. Although you do often carry the conversation, when you have boring people around you, but quotas, no. You are not here selling things to people. You're not actively incentivized to get people to see things a certain way.You are very clearly an engineer in the right ways. I will further point out though, that you do not sound like an engineer, by which I mean, you're going to basically belittle people, in many cases, in the name of being technically correct. You're a human being with a frickin soul. And believe me, it is noticed.Amy: I really appreciate that. If somebody's just listening to hearing my voice and in my name, right, like, I have a low voice. And in most of my career, I was extremely technical, like, to the point where you know, if something was wrong technically, I would fight to the death to get the right technical solution and maybe not see the complexity around the decisions, and why things were the way they were in the way I can today. And that's changed how I sound. It's changed how I talk. It's changed how I look at and talk about technology as well, right? I'm just not that interested in Kubernetes. Because I've kind of started looking up the stack in this kind of pursuit.Corey: Yeah, when I say you don't sound like an engineer, I am in no way shape or form—Amy: I know.Corey: —alluding in any respect to your technical acumen. I feel the need to clarify that statement for people who might be listening, and say, “Hey, wait a minute. Is he being a shithead?” No.Amy: No, no, no.Corey: Well, not the kind you're worried I'm being anyway; I'm a different breed of shithead and that's fine.Amy: Yeah, I should remember that other people don't know we've had conversations that are deeply technical, that aren't on air, that aren't context anybody else has. And so, like, I bring that deep technical knowledge, you know, the ability to talk about PCI Express, and kilovolts [unintelligible 00:19:58] rack, and top-of-rack switches, and network topologies, all of that together now, but what's really fascinating is where the really big impact is, for reliability, for security, for quality, the things that me as a person, that I'm driven by—products are cool, but, like, I like them to be reliable; that's the part that I like—really come down to more leadership, and business acumen, and understanding the business constraints, and then being able to get heard by an audience that isn't necessarily technical, that doesn't necessarily understand the difference between PCI, PCI-X, and PCI Express. There's a difference between those. It doesn't mean anything to the business, right, so when we want to go and talk about why are we doing, for example, multi-region deployment of our application? If I come in and say, “Well, because we want to use Raft.” That's going to fall flat, right?The business is going to go, “I don't care about Raft. What does that have to do with my customers?” Which is the right question to always ask. Instead, when I show up and say, “Okay, what's going on here is we have this application sits in a single region—or in a single data center or whatever, right? I'm using region because that's probably what most of the people listening understand—you know, so I put my application in a single region and it goes down, our customers are going to be unhappy. We have the alternative to spend, okay, not a little bit more money, probably a lot more money to build a second region, and the benefit we will get is that our customers will be able to access the service 24x7, and it will always work and they'll have a wonderful experience. And maybe they'll keep coming back and buy more stuff from us.”And so, when I talk about it in those terms, right—and it's usually more nuanced than that—then I start to get the movement at the macro level, right, in the systemic level of the business in the direction I want it to go, which is for the product group to understand why reliability matters to the customer, you know? For the individual engineers to understand why it matters that we use secure coding practices.[midroll 00:21:56]Corey: Getting back to the reason I said that you are not quota-carrying and you are not incentivized to push things in a particular way is that often we'll meet zealots, and I've never known you to be one, you have always been a strong advocate for doing the right thing, even if it doesn't directly benefit any given random employer that you might have. And as a result, one of the things that you've said to me repeatedly is if you're building something from scratch, for God's sake, put it in cloud. What is wrong with you? Do that. The idea of building it yourself on low-lying, underlying primitives for almost every modern SaaS style workload, there's no reason to consider doing something else in almost any case. Is that a fair representation of your position on this?Amy: It is. I mean, the simpler version right, “Is why the hell are you doing undifferentiated lifting?” Right? Things that don't differentiate your product, why would you do it?Corey: The thing that this has empowered then is I can build an experiment tonight—I don't have to wait for provisioning and signed contracts and do all the rest. I can spend 25 cents and get the experiment up and running. If it takes off, though, it has changed how I move going forward as well because there's no difference in the way that there was back when we were in data centers. I'm going to try and experiment I'm going to run it in this, I don't know, crappy Raspberry Pi or my desktop or something under my desk somewhere. And if it takes off and I have to scale up, I got to do a giant migration to real enterprise-grade hardware. With cloud, you are getting all of that out of the box, even if all you're doing with it is something ridiculous and nonsensical.Amy: And you're often getting, like, ridiculously better service. So, 20 years ago, if you and I sat down to build a SaaS app, we would have spun up a Linux box somewhere in a colo, and we would have spun up Apache, MySQL, maybe some Perl or PHP if we were feeling frisky. And the availability of that would be one machine could do, what we could handle in terms of one MySQL instance. But today if I'm spinning up a new stack for some the same kind of SaaS, I'm going to probably deploy it into an ASG, I'm probably going to have some kind of high availability database be on it—and I'm going to use Aurora as an example—because, like, the availability of an Aurora instance, in terms of, like, if I'm building myself up with even the very best kit available in databases, it's going to be really hard to hit the same availability that Aurora does because Aurora is not just a software solution, it's also got a team around it that stewards that 24/7. And it continues to evolve on its own.And so, like, the base, when we start that little tiny startup, instead of being that one machine, we're actually starting at a much higher level of quality, and availability, and even security sometimes because of these primitives that were available. And I probably should go on to extend on the thought of undifferentiated lifting, right, and coming back to the colo or the edge story, which is that there are still some little edge cases, right? Like I think for SaaS, duh right? Like, go straight to. But there are still some really interesting things where there's, like, hardware innovations where they're doing things with GPUs and stuff like that.Where the colo experience may be better because you're trying to do, like, custom hardware, in which case you are in a colo. There are businesses doing some really interesting stuff with custom hardware that's behind an application stack. What's really cool about some of that, from my perspective, is that some of that might be sitting on, say, bare metal with us, and maybe the front-end is sitting somewhere else. Because the other thing Equinix does really well is this product we call a Fabric which lets us basically do peering with any of the cloud providers.Corey: Yeah, the reason, I guess I don't consider you as a quote-unquote, “Cloud,” is first and foremost, rooted in the fact that you don't have a bandwidth model that is free and grass and criminally expensive to send it anywhere that isn't to you folks. Like, are you really a cloud if you're not just gouging the living piss out of your customers every time they want to send data somewhere else?Amy: Well, I mean, we like to say we're part of the cloud. And really, that's actually my favorite feature of Metal is that you get, I think—Corey: Yeah, this was a compliment, to be very clear. I'm a big fan of not paying 1998 bandwidth pricing anymore.Amy: Yeah, but this is the part where I get to do a little bit of, like, showing off for Metal a little bit, in that, like, when you buy a Metal server, there's different configurations, right, but, like, I think the lowest one, you have dual 10 Gig ports to the server that you can get either in a bonded mode so that you have a single 20 Gig interface in your operating system, or you can actually do L3 and you can do BGP to your server. And so, this is a capability that you really can't get at all on the other clouds, right? This lets you do things with the network, not only the bandwidth, right, that you have available. Like, you want to stream out 25 gigs of bandwidth out of us, I think that's pretty doable. And the rates—I've only seen a couple of comparisons—are pretty good.So, this is like where some of the business opportunities, right—and I can't get too much into it, but, like, this is all public stuff I've talked about so far—which is, that's part of the opportunity there is sitting at the crossroads of the internet, we can give you a server that has really great networking, and you can do all the cool custom stuff with it, like, BGP, right? Like, so that you can do Anycast, right? You can build Anycast applications.Corey: I miss the days when that was a thing that made sense.Amy: [laugh].Corey: I mean that in the context of, you know, with the internet and networks. These days, it always feels like the network engineering as slipped away within the cloud because you have overlays on top of overlays and it's all abstractions that are living out there right until suddenly you really need to know what's going on. But it has abstracted so much of this away. And that, on some level, is the surprise people are often in for when they wind up outgrowing the cloud for a workload and wanting to move it someplace that doesn't, you know, ride them like naughty ponies for bandwidth. And they have to rediscover things that we've mostly forgotten about.I remember having to architect significantly around the context of hard drive failures. I know we've talked about that a fair bit as a thing, but yeah, it's spinning metal, it throws off heat and if you lose the wrong one, your data is gone and you now have serious business problems. In cloud, at least AWS-land, that's not really a thing anymore. The way EBS is provisioned, there's a slight tick in latency if you're looking at just the right time for what I think is a hard drive failure, but it's there. You don't have to think about this anymore.Migrate that workload to a pile of servers in a colo somewhere, guess what? Suddenly your reliability is going to decrease. Amazon, and the other cloud providers as well, have gotten to a point where they are better at operations than you are at your relatively small company with your nascent sysadmin team. I promise. There is an economy of scale here.Amy: And it doesn't have to be good or better, right? It's just simply better resourced—Corey: Yeah.Amy: Than most anybody else can hope. Amazon can throw a billion dollars at it and never miss it. In most organizations out there, you know, and most of the especially enterprise, people are scratching and trying to get resources wherever they can, right? They're all competing for people, for time, for engineering resources, and that's one of the things that gets freed up when you just basically bang an API and you get the thing you want. You don't have to go through that kind of old world internal process that is usually slow and often painful.Just because they're not resourced as well; they're not automated as well. Maybe they could be. I'm sure most of them could, in theory be, but we come back to undifferentiated lifting. None of this helps, say—let me think of another random business—Claire's, whatever, like, any of the shops in the mall, they all have some kind of enterprise behind them for cash processing and all that stuff, point of sale, none of this stuff is differentiating for them because it doesn't impact anything to do with where the money comes in. So again, we're back at why are you doing this?Corey: I think that's also the big challenge as well, when people start talking about repatriation and talking about this idea that they are going to, oh, that cloud is too expensive; we're going to move out. And they make the economics work. Again, I do firmly believe that, by and large, businesses do not intentionally go out and make poor decisions. I think when we see a company doing something inscrutable, there's always context that we're missing, and I think as a general rule of thumb, that at these companies do not hire people who are fools. And there are always constraints that they cannot talk about in public.My general position as a consultant, and ideally as someone who aspires to be a decent human being, is that when I see something I don't understand, I assume that there's simply a lack of context, not that everyone involved in this has been foolish enough to make giant blunders that I can pick out in the first five seconds of looking at it. I'm not quite that self-confident yet.Amy: I mean, that's a big part of, like, the career progression into above senior engineer, right, is, you don't get to sit in your chair and go, like, “Oh, those dummies,” right? You actually have—I don't know about ‘have to,' but, like, the way I operate now, right, is I remember in my youth, I used to be like, “Oh, those business people. They don't know, nothing. Like, what are they doing?” You know, it's goofy what they're doing.And then now I have a different mode, which is, “Oh, that's interesting. Can you tell me more?” The feeling is still there, right? Like, “Oh, my God, what is going on here?” But then I get curious, and I go, “So, how did we get here?” [laugh]. And you get that story, and the stories are always fascinating, and they always involve, like, constraints, immovable objects, people doing the best they can with what they have available.Corey: Always. And I want to be clear that very rarely is it the right answer to walk into a room and say, look at the architecture and, “All right, what moron built this?” Because always you're going to be asking that question to said moron. And it doesn't matter how right you are, they're never going to listen to another thing out of your mouth again. And have some respect for what came before even if it's potentially wrong answer, well, great. “Why didn't you just use this service to do this instead?” “Yeah, because this thing predates that by five years, jackass.”There are reasons things are the way they are, if you take any architecture in the world and tell people to rebuild it greenfield, almost none of them would look the same as they do today because we learn things by getting it wrong. That's a great teacher, and it hurts. But it's also true.Amy: And we got to build, right? Like, that's what we're here to do. If we just kind of cycle waiting for the perfect technology, the right choices—and again, to come back to the people who built it at the time used—you know, often we can fault people for this—used the things they know or the things that are nearby, and they make it work. And that's kind of amazing sometimes, right?Like, I'm sure you see architectures frequently, and I see them too, probably less frequently, where you just go, how does this even work in the first place? Like how did you get this to work? Because I'm looking at this diagram or whatever, and I don't understand how this works. Maybe that's a thing that's more a me thing, like, because usually, I can look at a—skim over an architecture document and be, like, be able to build the model up into, like, “Okay, I can see how that kind of works and how the data flows through it.” I get that pretty quickly.And comes back to that, like, just, again, asking, “How did we get here?” And then the cool part about asking how did we get here is it sets everybody up in the room, not just you as the person trying to drive change, but the people you're trying to bring along, the original architects, original engineers, when you ask, how did we get here, you've started them on the path to coming along with you in the future, which is kind of cool. But until—that storytelling mode, again, is so powerful at almost every level of the stack, right? And that's why I just, like, when we were talking about how technical I bring things in, again, like, I'm just not that interested in, like, are you Little Endian or Big Endian? How did we get here is kind of cool. You built a Big Endian architecture in 2022? Like, “Ohh. [laugh]. How do we do that?”Corey: Hey, leave me to my own devices, and I need to build something super quickly to get it up and running, well, what I'm going to do, for a lot of answers is going to look an awful lot like the traditional three-tier architecture that I was running back in 2008. Because I know it, it works well, and I can iterate rapidly on it. Is it a best practice? Absolutely not, but given the constraints, sometimes it's the fastest thing to grab? “Well, if you built this in serverless technologies, it would run at a fraction of the cost.” It's, “Yes, but if I run this thing, the way that I'm running it now, it'll be $20 a month, it'll take me two hours instead of 20. And what exactly is your time worth, again?” It comes down to the better economic model of all these things.Amy: Any time you're trying to make a case to the business, the economic model is going to always go further. Just general tip for tech people, right? Like if you can make the better economic case and you go to the business with an economic case that is clear. Businesses listen to that. They're not going to listen to us go on and on about distributed systems.Somebody in finance trying to make a decision about, like, do we go and spend a million bucks on this, that's not really the material thing. It's like, well, how is this going to move the business forward? And how much is it going to cost us to do it? And what other opportunities are we giving up to do that?Corey: I think that's probably a good place to leave it because there's no good answer. We can all think about that until the next episode. I really want to thank you for spending so much time talking to me again. If people want to learn more, where's the best place for them to find you?Amy: Always Twitter for me, MissAmyTobey, and I'll see you there. Say hi.Corey: Thank you again for being as generous with your time as you are. It's deeply appreciated.Amy: It's always fun.Corey: Amy Tobey, Senior Principal Engineer at Equinix Metal. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice along with an angry comment that tells me exactly what we got wrong in this episode in the best dialect you have of condescending engineer with zero people skills. I look forward to reading it.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

Rádio CNseg: conteúdo que informa e protege
Sergio Besserman destaca importância do setor de seguros para o tema ASG

Rádio CNseg: conteúdo que informa e protege

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 34:46


ASG é um conjunto de critérios que visa ao desenvolvimento dos negócios através de ações ambientais, sociais e de governança. A promoção da sustentabilidade e da responsabilidade social em empresas de todos os portes impacta profundamente, por exemplo, o setor de investimentos. E com o mercado de seguros não é diferente. Na CNseg, o assunto estará no centro das discussões do Prêmio Antonio Carlos de Almeida Braga de Inovação em Seguros 2022, com o tema "O futuro é agora!". Para refletirmos sobre esse momento, vamos conversar com o Sergio Besserman, um dos jurados do prêmio de inovação, economista e ecologista, professor do departamento de Economia da PUC-Rio, coordenador Estratégico do Climate Reality Project Brasil e ex-presidente do IBGE. Faltam 15 dias para o fim das inscrições no Prêmio de Inovação da CNseg. Inscreva-se gratuitamente aqui: https://premioseguro.com.br/inscricoes/

Footy Prime The Podcast
Premier League All-Star Games, King Charles & attending Russian state funerals

Footy Prime The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 63:27


James Sharman, Craig Forrest, Brendan Dunlop and producer Dan Wong react to new Chelsea owner Todd Boehly's very American Premier League All-Star Game idea. Dunny is not a fan at all, and revealed a deep lying distaste for the mega rich. There's more monarchy talk about King Charles III's accession, and how impossible a job it must be to follow his beloved mother, after 70 years on the throne. Craig tells some incredible stories about being amongst the first soccer teams from this side of the iron curtain to play in the old Soviet Union, barnstorming around Russia and Ukraine with his old Ipswich Town teammate Sergei Baltacha in the late 1980's. Talk of the preservation of Vladimir Lenin's embalmed body, naturally led to talk of Aaron Lennon. Jimmy Brennan joins us for ten minutes from his son's competitive tryout to join the crew in complaining about Todd's ASG idea. And JC The Voice Vendor delivers another killer opening that will leave you in stitches.  The Premier League has a new home in Canada this season: FuboTV. Don't miss a second of the action! Subscribe at: fubotv.com/footyprime Presenters: James Sharman, Craig Forrest, Brendan Dunlop, Jimmy Brennan and Dan Wong Voice Over Talent: Jeff Cole This podcast has content that may use words and share tales that offend, please feel free to use your best discretion. Parental discretion is advised.  Be advised this episode includes explicit language.

Rádio CNseg: conteúdo que informa e protege
ASG: empresas sustentáveis crescem no mercado mundial

Rádio CNseg: conteúdo que informa e protege

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 2:34


ASG é a sigla para Ambiental, Social e Governança. Empresas que se preocupam com o meio ambiente atuam com responsabilidade social e buscam sempre melhorar suas práticas de governança. Esse foi um dos temas do “3º XP Insurance Forum”.

Podcast Economia - Agência Radioweb
ASG: empresas sustentáveis crescem no mercado mundial

Podcast Economia - Agência Radioweb

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 2:04


ASG é a sigla para Ambiental, Social e Governança. Empresas que se preocupam com o meio ambiente atuam com responsabilidade social e buscam sempre melhorar suas práticas de governança. Esse foi um dos temas do “3º XP Insurance Forum”.

Baixada em Pauta
Conceito em alta nas empresas, ESG pode virar selo de qualidade; especialista aponta riscos

Baixada em Pauta

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 11:39


Advogado especialista em Direito Empresarial, Societário e Mercado de Capitais, Marcelo Godke, acredita que governo poderá interferir nas ações das empresas, no momento em que indicar quais as práticas necessárias para garantir o selo ESG, que no Brasil é Ambiental, Social e Governança (ASG).

La Diez Capital Radio
Informativo; La Diez Capital Radio (08-09-2022)

La Diez Capital Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 22:33


Informativo de primera hora del jueves 9 de Septiembre de 2022 en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital Radio. Vuelve la calima y el calor a Canarias a partir de mañana. Se prevé un ligero ascenso de las temperaturas con máximas que podrían superar los 30 grados. Hoy se cumplen 197 días del cruel ataque e invasión de Rusia a Ucrania. Muy buenos días Ucrania. Día Internacional del Periodista. En 1958, durante el IV Congreso de la Organización Mundial de Periodistas (OIP), llevado a cabo en Bucarest (Rumania) se estableció el 8 de septiembre como Día Internacional del Periodista en honor y conmemoración al fallecimiento de Julius Fucik, escritor y periodista checoslovaco, que fue ejecutado por los nazis en 1943. La fecha está destinada a resaltar la importancia de la profesión del periodismo en su labor de buscar la verdad y en defensa de la libertad de expresión. Es necesario recordar que, en la actualidad, los periodistas siguen siendo objeto de ataques, encarcelamientos, secuestros y asesinatos por ejercer su profesión. Por ello, la importancia de homenajearlos y reconocer el papel que tienen en la sociedad. El 8 de septiembre de 1873 en Madrid, Emilio Castelar es elegido presidente de la I República Española. El 8 de septiembre de 1888 Isaac Peral bota el primer submarino operativo del mundo. 1925: en el Rif (norte de África), en el marco de la Guerra de la Independencia del Rif, el ejército español lleva a cabo el Desembarco de Alhucemas, que acabará con la guerra. Tal día como hoy, 8 de septiembre de 1941, la Alemania nazi inició el asedio de 900 días de Leningrado (conocido como Sitio de Leningrado) por las fuerzas alemanas durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Los soviéticos construyeron una intrincada defensa alrededor de la ciudad, pero el asedio provocó la muerte de al menos un millón de rusos por inanición y enfermedad. Años más tarde, el 8 de septiembre de 1943, tras la destitución de Mussolini del poder en julio, el general Dwight Eisenhower anuncia públicamente la rendición de Italia a los aliados. 1966: en Estados Unidos, el canal de televisión NBC emite el primer epìsodio de la serie de ciencia ficción Star Trek (Star Trek: The Original Series), creada por Gene Roddenberry. 1972.- Se crea en España la Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia. 1977.- Rafael Alberti renuncia a ser diputado por el PCE. El 8 de septiembre de 2001 en Durban (Sudáfrica) se da inicio a la Conferencia Mundial en Contra del Racismo. El 8 de septiembre de 2021 los talibanes toman el poder en Afganistán y declaran el Emirato Islámico de Afganistán. El 8 de septiembre es el santo de Natividad de Nuestra Señora, Nuestra Señora de Nuria, San Adriano de Nicomedia, San Corbiniano de Freising, San Isaac de Armenia, San Pedro de Chavanon, San Sergio I papa. Putín acusa a occidente de sufrir una " fiebre de sanciones" contra Rusia. Reducir los beneficios de las energéticas y tope al gas ruso: Bruselas desvela su plan energético. Lesmes amenaza con dimitir si Sánchez y Feijóo no desbloquean el Poder Judicial en las próximas semanas. Les acusa de "erosionar" la Justicia y pide renovar el CGPJ sin condiciones con la ley actual o devolverle sus funciones Ha cargado contra el "estropicio" de la reforma del Gobierno en la apertura del año judicial y tras casi cuatro años de bloqueo. Destinarán 1,2 millones de euros a comprar más de 800 móviles de alta gama para los diputados españoles. El Congreso de los Diputados sustituirá los móviles de los representantes parlamentarios por uno de última generación. Sánchez apela al 75% de ayuda aérea para avalar el trato estatal a Canarias. El presidente considera que es un «esfuerzo justo» frente a las críticas de CC y ASG por el «agravio» de la subvención a las guaguas. El alumnado canario inicia este viernes el curso del regreso a la normalidad tras dos sujetos a fuertes restricciones covid. El día 9 se abren las aulas de Infantil y Primaria y el lunes 12 las de la ESO, Bachillerato y FP. El suicidio sigue siendo la principal causa de muerte no natural entre los jóvenes de Canarias. Las cifras son alarmantes. Los últimos datos aportados por el Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE) suman 3.941 muertes por suicidio en España en 2020, 208 de ellos en Canarias, lo que supone un 7,4% más que en 2019 y el segundo año consecutivo de subida. Mueren por suicidio 11 personas al día. Tres municipios canarios, entre las ocho ciudades que lideran la recuperación del sector turístico en España. Adeje, Arona y San Bartolomé de Tirajana han registrado cifras similares a las del verano de 2019, anterior a la pandemia, en cuanto a la creación de empleo, recepción de turistas y pernoctaciones.Calvià, Lloret de Mar, Salou y Torremolinos. El 7 de Septiembre de 1979.- Nace la cantante estadunidense Pink, su nombre real Alicia Moore. Es reconocida como la nueva "Chica Rebelde del Rock" por éxitos como "Get the party started", "Don´t let me get me" y "Trouble".

La Diez Capital Radio
El Remate;Día Internacional del Periodista (08-09-2022)

La Diez Capital Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 136:06


Programa de actualidad informativa, presentado y dirigido porMiguel Angel González Suárez. www.ladiez.es - Informativo de primera hora del jueves 9 de Septiembre de 2022 en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital Radio. Vuelve la calima y el calor a Canarias a partir de mañana. Se prevé un ligero ascenso de las temperaturas con máximas que podrían superar los 30 grados. Hoy se cumplen 197 días del cruel ataque e invasión de Rusia a Ucrania. Muy buenos días Ucrania. Día Internacional del Periodista. En 1958, durante el IV Congreso de la Organización Mundial de Periodistas (OIP), llevado a cabo en Bucarest (Rumania) se estableció el 8 de septiembre como Día Internacional del Periodista en honor y conmemoración al fallecimiento de Julius Fucik, escritor y periodista checoslovaco, que fue ejecutado por los nazis en 1943. La fecha está destinada a resaltar la importancia de la profesión del periodismo en su labor de buscar la verdad y en defensa de la libertad de expresión. Es necesario recordar que, en la actualidad, los periodistas siguen siendo objeto de ataques, encarcelamientos, secuestros y asesinatos por ejercer su profesión. Por ello, la importancia de homenajearlos y reconocer el papel que tienen en la sociedad. El 8 de septiembre de 1873 en Madrid, Emilio Castelar es elegido presidente de la I República Española. El 8 de septiembre de 1888 Isaac Peral bota el primer submarino operativo del mundo. 1925: en el Rif (norte de África), en el marco de la Guerra de la Independencia del Rif, el ejército español lleva a cabo el Desembarco de Alhucemas, que acabará con la guerra. Tal día como hoy, 8 de septiembre de 1941, la Alemania nazi inició el asedio de 900 días de Leningrado (conocido como Sitio de Leningrado) por las fuerzas alemanas durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Los soviéticos construyeron una intrincada defensa alrededor de la ciudad, pero el asedio provocó la muerte de al menos un millón de rusos por inanición y enfermedad. Años más tarde, el 8 de septiembre de 1943, tras la destitución de Mussolini del poder en julio, el general Dwight Eisenhower anuncia públicamente la rendición de Italia a los aliados. 1966: en Estados Unidos, el canal de televisión NBC emite el primer epìsodio de la serie de ciencia ficción Star Trek (Star Trek: The Original Series), creada por Gene Roddenberry. 1972.- Se crea en España la Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia. 1977.- Rafael Alberti renuncia a ser diputado por el PCE. El 8 de septiembre de 2001 en Durban (Sudáfrica) se da inicio a la Conferencia Mundial en Contra del Racismo. El 8 de septiembre de 2021 los talibanes toman el poder en Afganistán y declaran el Emirato Islámico de Afganistán. El 8 de septiembre es el santo de Natividad de Nuestra Señora, Nuestra Señora de Nuria, San Adriano de Nicomedia, San Corbiniano de Freising, San Isaac de Armenia, San Pedro de Chavanon, San Sergio I papa. Putín acusa a occidente de sufrir una " fiebre de sanciones" contra Rusia. Reducir los beneficios de las energéticas y tope al gas ruso: Bruselas desvela su plan energético. Lesmes amenaza con dimitir si Sánchez y Feijóo no desbloquean el Poder Judicial en las próximas semanas. Les acusa de "erosionar" la Justicia y pide renovar el CGPJ sin condiciones con la ley actual o devolverle sus funciones Ha cargado contra el "estropicio" de la reforma del Gobierno en la apertura del año judicial y tras casi cuatro años de bloqueo. Destinarán 1,2 millones de euros a comprar más de 800 móviles de alta gama para los diputados españoles. El Congreso de los Diputados sustituirá los móviles de los representantes parlamentarios por uno de última generación. Sánchez apela al 75% de ayuda aérea para avalar el trato estatal a Canarias. El presidente considera que es un «esfuerzo justo» frente a las críticas de CC y ASG por el «agravio» de la subvención a las guaguas. El alumnado canario inicia este viernes el curso del regreso a la normalidad tras dos sujetos a fuertes restricciones covid. El día 9 se abren las aulas de Infantil y Primaria y el lunes 12 las de la ESO, Bachillerato y FP. El suicidio sigue siendo la principal causa de muerte no natural entre los jóvenes de Canarias. Las cifras son alarmantes. Los últimos datos aportados por el Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE) suman 3.941 muertes por suicidio en España en 2020, 208 de ellos en Canarias, lo que supone un 7,4% más que en 2019 y el segundo año consecutivo de subida. Mueren por suicidio 11 personas al día. Tres municipios canarios, entre las ocho ciudades que lideran la recuperación del sector turístico en España. Adeje, Arona y San Bartolomé de Tirajana han registrado cifras similares a las del verano de 2019, anterior a la pandemia, en cuanto a la creación de empleo, recepción de turistas y pernoctaciones.Calvià, Lloret de Mar, Salou y Torremolinos. El 7 de Septiembre de 1979.- Nace la cantante estadunidense Pink, su nombre real Alicia Moore. Es reconocida como la nueva "Chica Rebelde del Rock" por éxitos como "Get the party started", "Don´t let me get me" y "Trouble". - Entrevista en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital radio con el ex Secretario General del Partido Popular en Canarias y ex Consejero de Industria del Gobierno de Canarias, Manolo Fernandez. Analizamos la actualidad informativa. - Sección en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital radio de Miguel Angel González Suárez con el periodista, colaborador y director de programas en La Diez capital Radio, Francisco Pallero; el Contrapunto.

Rádio CNseg: conteúdo que informa e protege
Estudo analisa evolução dos riscos ASG no setor segurador

Rádio CNseg: conteúdo que informa e protege

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 37:02


Em 2015, a CNseg apoiou a pesquisa para a tese de doutorado de Flávio Nogueira sobre a evolução dos riscos relativos a fatores ASG (Ambientais, Sociais e de Governança) no mercado segurador brasileiro, visando também investigar como estava a oferta de produtos para esses riscos em comparação com o mercado internacional. Além disso, a pesquisa se propôs a avaliar a hipótese de haver uma relação positiva entre como o mercado consumidor percebia os riscos ASG e o grau de incorporação desses riscos nas operações das seguradoras. Para sabermos mais sobre esse estudo, conversamos com Flávio Nogueira, que é Dsc. em Planejamento Energético pelo Programa de Planejamento Energético/Coppe/UFRJ e Pedro Werneck, da superintendência de relações de consumo e sustentabilidade da CNseg.

Business RadioX ® Network
John Allen With G&A Partners

Business RadioX ® Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022


As G&A Partner‘s President and CEO, John W. Allen oversees the daily operations of the company and is heavily involved in the strategic outlook and growth of the firm. Before co-founding G&A with Chairman Tony Grijalva in 1995, John was a consulting partner with Grant Thornton, where he worked with emerging-growth companies and cultivated his […]

Dingers and Ks
Episode 45 - Bob Gibson and Pedro Martinez Edition

Dingers and Ks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 80:20


Episode 45 - Bob Gibson and Pedro Martinez Edition Nothing beats seeing the crowd go wild and watching pros doing their thing on the diamond. Jeremy and Jamal share their awesome experience of witnessing a weekend of this year's All Star Game. All of this week's dingers and ks are from All Star Games, recent and historic. The J boys also share their views about the booing crowd of the Dodgers stadium when the Astros came in. In this episode: [03:41] Dinger of the week from Jamal: 2002 All Star Dinger by Barry Bonds' second swing, making the game tied [07:20] Dinger of the week from Jeremy: 81 home runs by Julio Rodriguez, witnessed by Jeremy at the Home Run Derby [15:24] Jeremy asks: Would it be cool to see Home Run Derby seniors and rookies go up against each other? [27:13] K of the week from Jamal: Bruce Sutter's pitch saves 1980 All Star Game in the Dodgers Stadium [32:56] K of the week from Jeremy: Greatest All Star Start in MLB history - Clayton Kershaw's first inning of 2022 ASG [41:49] What did you think of the Astro's boos in the Dodgers Stadium and Dusty Baker's stand regarding what happened? [50:25] Anything else you like about the All Star Weekend? Meet The Hosts Dingers and Ks is a podcast for baseball fans of all ages—new ones or lifelong ones. You'll learn something new about the baseball scene with Jeremy and Jamal to give you perspective on what it means to be in the pro ball today. Jamal Rousell is a baseball blogger from Sportbumz, a left-handed pitcher since high school, and a lifelong fan of the game. Baseball is Jeremy Altshule's first love in high school, which helped him explore other sports and do shows. Find Jeremy and Jamal here Jamal's Blogs on Sportbumz: https://sportbumz.com/brothaonbaseball/ Trade your sports teams like stocks here: https://simbull.app/ Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dingersandkspodcast/ Find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thedingersandks --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dingers-and-ks/support

ALBERTO PADILLA
¿Porqué gente racional y cultivada cree y se aferra a hechos que no existen ni pueden probar? entrevista experto Carlos Sanchez.

ALBERTO PADILLA

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 57:13


-Datos confirman que economía aún no está en recesión. -Chips para grandes servidores sostienen a la industria. -Perdonar créditos estudiantiles, ¿es tan malo para la economía? -Prácticas ASG comienzan a ser víctimas de la política.

ExtraTime
MLS over Liga MX Again! Recapping All-Star Week + Interviews and a lookahead to the MLS weekend

ExtraTime

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 97:31


That's a wrap on the 2022 MLS All-Star Game presented by Target! The guys sit down postgame at Allianz Field to discuss the MLS win, their favorite moments of the week in Minnesota, and if the All-Star Game format should be changed. Throw in interviews with Brandon Vazquez, Gregg Berhalter, Julian Araujo, and Aaron Long and we've got another banger show for you! 1:25 - MLS > Liga MX AGAIN! 4:40 - Our favorite moments of All-Star Week 14:02 - Brandon Vazquez interview  25:25 - recapping the 2-1 MLS win 34:25 - Should the ASG try a different format? 46:20 - Julian Araujo Interview 59:00 - Quick MLS Weekend Preview 1:08:30 - Gregg Berhalter Interview 1:16:27 - Tom Bogert on moves that could still happen 1:23:05 - Aaron Long Interview

Soccer Every Day
MLS All-Stars defeat Liga MX All-Stars 2-0 + the Eastern Conference playoff race

Soccer Every Day

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 50:52


Sam Stejskal, with no internet or cable, and Paul Tenorio react to the 2022 MLS All-Star Game. Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber hints at a new future format for the ASG. Plus, the Eastern Conference playoff race is tight — which teams are really in the hunt? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Análisis BIVA
Análisis BIVA ASG T2EP14 con Marianna Lara de Global Green Growth Institute

Análisis BIVA

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 23:57


En esta nueva entrega de Análisis BIVA ASG nos acompañó Marianna Lara, Oficial Senior de Finanzas Climáticas del Global Green Growth Institute, quien nos habló sobre la importancia de la revelación de información ASG, cuáles son los principales obstáculos para ello y cómo atacar estos problemas.Conducido por José Luis Córdoba, Director de Vigilancia de Mercados en BIVA. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Red Sox Beat
How to Fix Red Sox + David Ortiz Inducted to Hall of Fame

Red Sox Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 26:07


On this week's episode of Red Sox Beat host Mike Petraglia is joined by Alex Barth of 98.5 The Sports Hub to discuss how to fix the Red Sox and David Ortiz's hall of fame induction.   Red Sox Beat is powered by BetOnline.ag. Use the code CLNS50 for 50% welcome bonus on your initial deposit.   TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Intro 1:30 David Ortiz Gracious in Cooperstown 4:00 Big Papi at ASG and Cooperstown is EXACTLY what MLB needs 6:00 Blue Jays Blowout symbolic of much bigger issue with Sox 10:00 Chances Red Sox trade Bogaerts, J.D. Martinez at deadline 11:00 Juan Soto on the move?  14:00 Handling Devers now on the IL and his future 17:00 Why Red Sox should push for Luis Castillo, Pedro 2.0 

The Compound - MLB Player Podcast
Ian Has a 1.000 OBP in the All-Star Game! Plus Zack's Crazy Weekend!

The Compound - MLB Player Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 53:52


Visit https://athleticgreens.com/compound to get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Go to https://getroman.com/COMPOUND TODAY and if approved, you'll get $10 off your first order. On this week's episode of the Compound Podcast with Ian Happ, the Boss has returned home from LA, and he has some stories to share. Ian recaps his All-Star game experience from every angle, plus Zack checks in from Toledo, after a wild weekend of travel that saw him make his 2022 MLB season debut in Oakland with the Tigers. And don't forget to follow The Compound on social media, on Twitter @thecompoundpod and on Instagram @thecompoundpod_

The Chris Rose Rotation
Steven Brault's back in The Show!

The Chris Rose Rotation

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 63:10


Use code ROSE for $20 off your first SeatGeek order. https://seatgeek.onelink.me/RrnK/ROSE Go to https://www.GregMorrisCards.com to see their inventory. Follow GMC on IG, FB, and Twitter to see exclusive content and deals Steven Brault is back to talk about getting the call back to the big leagues, his first days with the Cubs, watching Joe Musgrove pitch in the All-Star game, being apart of the Field of Dreams game, Cubs on the ASG red carpet, getting into it with a catcher growing a mustache and more!

Mike Salk
Hour 2-What really happened to Julio Rodriguez? Brock Huard

Mike Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 44:36


Salk isn't happy about what happened this weekend in respect to Julio, but also questions if the momentum snapped by the break? But no Julio, no mojo and a buzzsaw starting pitching lineup from Houston. Salk runs through the possibilities of what caused Julio's injury and wonders if he hurt it sliding in Texas and kept quiet long enough to play in the ASG, but no matter the reason - it still hurt the team. Brock Huard joins to lament the weekend that was and discuss Salk's least favorite sports injuries. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

InObscuria Podcast
Ep. 135: Headstones: Inhalin' Stoner Metal - Dos

InObscuria Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 94:47


Your 2 favorite grave robbers are back at the Firehouse this week to light one up and inhale some of the finest obscure Stoner Metal! Join Robert and Kevin as they dive head-first into the smokey world of fuzzed-out, trippy metal from 8 bands YOU should be listening to. Remember; if you don't cough listening to this episode, you don't get off…New to InObscuria? It's all about digging up obscure Rock n' Punk n' Metal from one of 3 categories: the Lost, the Forgotten, or the Should Have Beens. In this episode, we cover bands and songs that are Lost on most of the music-listening public. Come join the circle and get your groove on with us this week! Puff puff give… Songs this week include:Red Giant – “Chopper ” from Dysfunctional Majesty (2010)Doctor Smoke – “Reborn Into Darkness” from Dreamers And The Dead (2021)Trouble – “Revelation (Life Or Death)” from Psalm 9 (1984)Kylesa – “Crowded Road” from Spiral Shadow (2010)Blood Of The Sun – “Beyond The Cold” from Blood Of The Sun (2004)Mammoth Mammoth – “GO” from Vol. III Hell's Likely (2012)Kadavar – “Last Living Dinosaur” from Berlin (2022)Mystic Prophecy – “Space Lord” from Monuments Uncovered (2018)Please subscribe everywhere that you listen to podcasts!Grab some swag!: https://www.redbubble.com/people/inobscuria/og-shopVisit us: https://inobscuria.com/https://www.facebook.com/InObscuriahttps://twitter.com/inobscuriahttps://www.instagram.com/inobscuria/

The Rami Lavi Podcast
E79: MLB All-Star Week Recap, "The Captain" Episode 1 Review, ESPYS Highlights

The Rami Lavi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 68:11


Episode 79 - On this episode, Rami talked about all his highlights from ASG week. From Pujols to Soto to Stanton and everyone in between it was a fun week out in Cali, rami recapped it all. Rami also responded to the backlash surrounding a potential Soto trade to the Yankees. Next Rami gave his review for the first episode of ESPN's Derek Jeter documentary and what we learned. Last, rami shared his favorite moments from one of his favorite sporting events of the year, The ESPYS. If you do nothing else watch this video Link to Dick Vitale FULL SPEECH https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SnZ9Zxl1WM --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cheframi/message

The Josh Innes Show
JIS: A Good Deed, A Cooter, A Hog

The Josh Innes Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 40:13


Josh Innes and Jilly open the show discussing the Astros Game 1 win over the Yankees. Josh shares a story about a good deed he was part of at the gas station. Jilly and most of the chat thinks he was dumb for doing what he did. Yankees announcers were whining about how the Astros fans boo Aaron Judge. Josh plays the audio.Kate Upton looked smokin' hot at the ASG. Some angry ladies on social media thought she dressed inappropriately. Josh and Jilly destroy these ladies. Arkansas coach Sam Pittman had a lot to say about Hogs. Our gang is immature.

the po4cast
Kyler cash bad move; Judge good as gone; Nats don't fly Soto; NIL/SEC media days + more

the po4cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 19:59


4c explains why giving Kyler Murray top dollar was a bad, illogical move for Arizona, and why Aaron Judge is as good as gone with his latest ASG comments. The inexplicable move by the Nationals not flying Juan Soto to the ASG, and why NIL is already a huge problem for the NCAA and college football coaches. Plus, NFL bytes as Training Camp begins!

Karraker & Smallmon
MLB Network host Greg Amsinger

Karraker & Smallmon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 15:06


Greg joins Randy & Michelle to talk about his impressive display on the ASG red carpet, his enlightening conversation with Juan Soto, the potential impact of Albert Pujols in that conversation, why tradition matters--especially for the Cardinals, why the Cardinals will WIN the NL Central (unless one thing happens...) and his breakdown of Cardinals 1st-round selection, pitcher Cooper Hjerpe.

Birds All Day
Are Jays in Soto sweepstakes? Manoah's All-Star mic'd up brilliance + Shannon Curley & team culture

Birds All Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 50:07


Alek Manoah's mic'd up moment at the All-Star Game was magical. Drew and Ricky chat about Manoah, Kirk, and the bevy of Jays in the ASG before revisiting Charlie Montoyo's departure, on which Ricky shares his thoughts. The pair ponder potential deadline targets, like Juan Soto (regardless of how farfetched it may be), and then they discuss the Jays' culture and Shannon Curley. Follow Drew on Twitter: @DrewGROF Follow Ricky on Twitter: @Ricky_Ro24 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Keeping Score
Sports news minute: MLB ratings

Keeping Score

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 1:52


The pre-ASG ratings show a slight increas eacross baseball.

The Torture Cast
Episode 258: #258: All-Star Breaking Bad

The Torture Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 55:21


Willie and Chad discuss the last week of Giants baseball, the playoff picture, the All-Star Game, Homerun Derby, the MLB draft, Juan Soto, and more@torturecastwww.torturecast.comfacebook.com/torturecastGet 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code TORTURECAST at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod

Zolak & Bertrand
MLB ASG Draws Record Low Ratings // Juan Soto Travels Commercial To ASG // MLB Mid-Season Report Cards - 7/21 (Hour 2)

Zolak & Bertrand

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 39:40


(0:00) Zolak and Bertrand open up the second hour of the show with the MLB All-Star being one of the lowest rated ever and how ratings can go back up with the All-Star events.  (11:05) Juan Soto takes the crown in the Home Run Derby this past All-Star weekend and MLB.com predicts he might land with the Yankees or the Rays after flying commercial to ASG. (21:45) The guys pick apart the mid-season MLB report cards and the Red Sox receive a D+ from ESPN, along with Chaim Bloom amongst GM's receiving a D.  (31:33) We close out the second hour with Jim Montgomery over the phone potentially letting the cat out of the bag with Patrice Bergeron's future. 

霍米籃教 With My Homies
Episode 86 - 2015重新選秀 / 前十順位沒超過五個可以打!

霍米籃教 With My Homies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 30:47


Sedano & Kap
07/19 HR 1: You're not doing that!

Sedano & Kap

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 60:15


It was the return of Live Imaging Tuesday! Sedano and Kaplan joined Mason and Ireland for super crosstalk. Here we go again, Kappy is saying he's going to start a diet but not now … on Sep 6th. Do you believe in Kappy? Plus, Sedano has a few word for the MLB Home Run Derby, he's not feeling the new set up. Also, Morales shares his thoughts on the Home Run Derby since he was in attendance. And, the guys love the move of Kershaw starting the ASG.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Bernie Show
The Lede - Segment 1 7-20-22

The Bernie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 30:13


Bernie is broadcasting live from Friendly's Sports Bar and Grill at 3971 Bayless Ave. in south St. Louis County. Bernie reacts to Matthew Tkachuk's proclamation that he will not sign a long term contract with Calgary. He also offers up his thoughts on Tuesday night's MLB All Star Game and his impressions of the broadcast.

Scoops with Danny Mac
Wednesday with Walton – July 20, 2022

Scoops with Danny Mac

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 18:28


We dig into the All-Star and Futures games with Brian Walton. Brian says the ASG was a bit too slow-paced and the Futures game, unfortunately, inaccessible to fans wanting to watch since it was only on the Peacock Network. We also take a look at the Cardinals draft picks overall and where the top picks could start their seasons next year. What are Brian's thoughts on the Cardinals draft strategy and why did they take almost all college players? Listen here:

Mike Salk
Hour 1-The Julio Rodriguez All-Star Experience, Rob Manfred speaks

Mike Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 42:31


We all finally got to watch Julio Rodriguez as a rookie in the All-Star game, but we also got to enjoy it with his mic'd up performance in centerfield and look forward to the 2023 ASG in Seattle where Julio (and other M's?) can win the next HR Derby. We revisit the conversation w/ Joe Fann about Julio's impressiveness before getting into a discussion about Rob Manfred and his style as a commissioner.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

VSiN Best Bets
Chicago CityCast | July 19th, 2022

VSiN Best Bets

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 31:55


On today's episode Danny looks at the HR derby controversy, ASG predictions, and Bears player props. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cellini and Dimino
Doug Glanville on Cellini and Dimino

Cellini and Dimino

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 14:53


MLB analyst Doug Glanville is on site in LA for the 2022 MLB All-Star Game, and he joins Tom Hart and Chris Dimino on Cellini and Dimino, just  hours before first pitch.  Doug and the boys take a look a the ASG and the state of Major League Baseball halfway through the season.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mark Madden
07.19.22 The Mark Madden Show HR 1

Mark Madden

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 41:09


Afternoons 3-6 on 105.9 The X Opening Monologue Mark talks Penguins, TJ Watt Madden rating, and a little Oneil Cruz to start off the festivities. The Bucco Roundup is a short one today obviously but Mark dives into how much he loved the All Star Game back in the day and rehashes some of his favorite ASG memories Jeff Petry the Penguins newest D man joins the show to talk about the trade, if he expected Pittsburgh as a destination at all, how good the Pens can be and much more. No Quarter

Orange And Blue Thing
OABT S6 E15: All Star Break, Juan Soto, and The Mets

Orange And Blue Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 57:34


- Starling Marte isn't playing in the ASG, but put in WORK during the Home Run Derby - Juan Soto, New York Met? - Pete lost the derby, but all eyes on the big prize - The Mets will play the Braves 9 times between August 4th and the 18th - Jacob deGrom should be back within a week - FREE Subway Series ticket giveaway!! - Tailgate with us next Tuesday at Citi - REDBIRD TRAIN UPDATE - Want to sit with The 7 Line Army in the playoffs? It's not a jinx to tell you how you can.... All that and whatever else comes up with Darren and Julia live from T7LHQ. RATE, REVIEW, AND SUBSCRIBE. Thank to Coney Island Brewing Company! The official craft beer of Orange and Blue Thing and proud parter of the New York Mets! Visit their portable bar in section 114 at Citi Field, hit up www.coneyislandbeer.com to see where you can pick up some tasty beers, or visit their brewery at the home of the Brooklyn Cyclones in Coney Island! Text “CONEYMETS” to 855-933-4223 to be in the running for (2) free season tickets for 2023 at Citi Field! Hit up www.TickPick.com to grab tickets to your next Mets game! Use the code OABT for $10 your first purchase of $99 or more! No fees, instantly transferred to your MLB Ballpark App, and hassle free. With ticket prices 10% lower than their largest competitor, they've saved their customers millions.

Karraker & Smallmon
Cardenales broadcaster Polo Ascencio

Karraker & Smallmon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 13:45


Cardinals Spanish-language broadcaster Polo Ascencio joins the show live from LA after enjoying the Home Run Derby last night to talk about Pujols, J-Rod, Soto and even Ohtani controlling the crowd, LA putting on a fantastic ASG show, and why it was special for him as someone who grew up in Tijuana.

Locked On Mariners - Daily Podcast On the Seattle Mariners
Mariners Win 14th Straight, Add 3 New Prospects and Get Second All-Star

Locked On Mariners - Daily Podcast On the Seattle Mariners

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 39:38


It was an eventful Sunday for the Mariners, who won their 14th straight game before the All-Star break, added three new prospects via the draft and earned their second All-Star with the selection of first baseman Ty France. Locked On Mariners hosts Ty Dane Gonzalez and Colby Patnode break down the new draftees, whether or not fans should be concerned about a post-break hangover for the team and if France should play in the ASG despite his elbow injury. Be sure to follow or subscribe to Locked On Mariners wherever you prefer your podcasts! For questions and other inquiries, email: lockedonmariners@gmail.com Stay up to date with all things Mariners at Inside the Mariners - a FanNation website covering the Seattle Mariners on the Sports Illustrated network. Follow the show on Twitter: @LO_Mariners | @danegnzlz | @CPat11 | @InsideMariners For more of Ty and Colby, check out their Patreon: patreon.com/controlthezone/ Blue Nile Make your moment sparkle with jewelry from Bluenile.com, and LOCKED ON SPORTS listeners get $50 off purchases of $500 or more using code LOCKEDON. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
Is There A 100 Yard Dash? Evan's Apology & Judge At The ASG

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 48:47


Hour 3: A race at the Cartons made Craig discover something. Evan had to apologize to Big Mack and Tommy for ripping the gift they got him for Christmas. And Aaron Judge said something out in LA during the ASG media sessions that really made the guys scratch their heads.

ExtraTime
Big All-Star snubs ... and politics? LD in for Quakes job? Cucho, Ernst vs. Thorrington & more!

ExtraTime

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 86:09


Does MLS slow down? Nahhhhhh. The All-Star squad is out and the guys have THOUGHTS. Plus, Cali Clasico drama is the perfect dessert following a main course of Landon Donovan-to-the-Quakes reports and much more from all the midweek action. 1:49 - We'll be at the ASG in Minnesota!  3:18 - Strategies for watching multiple games at once 8:26 - ASG Roster breakdown 18:48 - Biggest All-Star snubs 29:24 - Our ASG Starting XI 32:57 - San Jose wins the Cali Clasico! 41:32 - Would Landon Donvan be a good manager for the ‘Quakes? 52:02 - Cucho Hernandez on fire!  1:04:12 - Ernst Tanner v John Thorrington… get ya popcorn ready 1:09:00 - Austin FC rolls again, new DP on the way 1:11:38 - Chicago gets a desperately needed win 1:15:56 - Quick hit results

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
Inside the Parker - MLB All-Star Game Edition with Bob Costas

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 27:24


On this edition of  Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob is on the road again for the MLB All-Star Game edition, and leads off with his take on the Blue Jays axing manager Charlie Montoyo, Mariners rising star Julio Rodriguez participating in the Home Run Derby, and the Orioles unexpected 9-game winning streak. Also, the Pocket Protector Stat of the Week. Guests: MLB Network Announcer Bob Costas shares some of his favorite All-Star Game memories, and why the baseball ASG is the best of all the major sports. Boston Red Sox Beat Writer Julian McWilliams discusses Boston recovering from a slow start to find themselves in Wild Card contention at the All-Star break, and what he expects in the second half. Subscribe and download all of the latest Inside the Parker podcasts and follow Rob on Twitter!! #oddcouple See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Rich Eisen Show
REShow: Jimmy King - Hour 3 (7-12-2022)

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 49:57


Guest host Ben Lyons and the guys react to Baker Mayfield's first press conference with the Carolina Panthers, then list their lists of Top 10 NFL Quarterbacks with Brockman throwing a VERY surprising name into the field.  Former Michigan Wolverine and NBA shooting guard Jimmy King tells Ben why he's unhappy seeing the rise in basketball shorts after he and his Fab Five brethren pioneered long, baggy shorts in the 90's, and reveals why he and his Fab Five teammates will be connected for life and why they've had success in life at more than just basketball.  Brockman reacts to the latest entries into the MLB All-Star Home Run Derby (Juan Soto, Pete Alonso and Kyle Schwarber) and debate if there should be a Skills Competition added to the ASG festivities. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Talkin' Yanks (Yankees Podcast)
Starting Pitching Struggles & Trade Deadline Rumors | 769

Talkin' Yanks (Yankees Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 78:55


Tickets to our VIP All-Star Event are selling fast! Get yours here: https://eventbrite.com/e/jomboy-media-vip-all-star-event-tickets-380432081597 Go to https://magicspoon.com/YANKS to grab a custom bundle of cereal and try the magic for yourself! And be sure to use our promo code 'YANKS' at checkout to save five dollars off your order! Go to https://getroman.com/YANKS TODAY If approved, you'll get $10 off your first order. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat  (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/ /NJ/NY/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Timestamps: 0:00 We're Going to LA for the ASG 2:35 Let's Finish the First Half Strong 10:50 Sharp Stats: Pitching Struggles 35:00 Aaron Hicks Has Been Awesome 43:40 Rumors 58:30 IKF 1:10:00 Guess the Lineup

The Athletic Baseball Show: A show about MLB
Starkville | MLB All-Star Game, trade rumors, and Guardians insights w/ Jim Deshaies & Terry Francona

The Athletic Baseball Show: A show about MLB

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 87:01


While Doug is away, Jayson and Jim Deshaies will play! Jim, Chicago Cubs analyst for Marquee Sports Network and former big leaguer, co-hosts today's show with Jayson as the former discusses his experiences with the ASG, trade rumors, and more. The two chitchat about those topics as it relates to this season as well, including where could Wilson Contreras land if he is moved? Cleveland Guardians manager Terry Francona then enters Starkville to update us on his health, shares his insight about the Guardians, and Jose Ramirez's excellence, and also welcomes Alex Call to the big leagues live on the show! Plus, a hitting-record-fueled trivia block is the last stop before a wild Strange But True! Follow Jayson on Twitter: @jaysonst Follow Jim on Twitter: @JimDeshaies Trivia courtesy: @ckamka & @obxleatherman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast
Episode 279 – The Dodgers are Pretty Good, All-Star Reactions and Snubs, Andrew Friedman Speaks and More! | Blue Heaven Podcast

Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 79:25


We've passed the mid-season mark and despite a mountain of things not going the right way, the Dodgers continue to impress in the NL West and beyond. The guys look back at a successful 10-1 homestand and an unlikely Sunday come-from-behind win that elicited visions of the 2017 Dodgers team. Next, the rosters dropped for the All-Star Game at Dodger Stadium and LA is well represented with four players on the NL team. However, four just might not be quite enough when taking a closer look. We identify five All-Star snubs including Will Smith, Freddie Freeman, and Julio Urias. Plus, for the sake of playing with fire, should Tyler Anderson have gotten an ASG nod over Clayton Kershaw? Finally, the big stuff. Andrew Friedman came out of hiding and gave some hot nuggets to The Athletic's Fabian Ardaya. Friedman talked about LA's thinking heading toward the 2022 trade deadline and we argue that -- smartly -- his words were likely more lip service than anything else. Plus, road trip win/loss predictions and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Athletic Baseball Show: A show about MLB
Ken's Mailbag | Mea culpa? Sort of, plus trade deadline, all-star game and more

The Athletic Baseball Show: A show about MLB

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 41:07


The Phillies, Mariners and Orioles are all enduring long postseason droughts and are all red hot right now. Tim McMaster and Ken Rosenthal discuss the three teams but will Ken offer his mea culpt to Phillies fans? Then in the mailbag... -Should Orioles be buyers? -Why haven't the Blue Jays moved to fix flaws? -Willing to take bad contracts, who are the Mets targeting? -Do players view ASG game as an honor or a burden? -Favorite All-Star Games -Do modern analytics alienate fans? -Will baseball ever do more to celebrate Larry Doby? Those questions and more! To be a part of next week's episode call the voicemail at 646-543-7072 or email tabaseballshow@gmail.com. Follow Ken on Twitter: @Ken_Rosenthal Follow Tim on Twitter: @TimMMcMaster Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The DA Show
Trade Exception: Could the Nets find a way to keep KD?

The DA Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 42:47


HOUR 1: Is there a way Kevin Durant is still in a Nets uniform come October? Should MLB add legends to the ASG? Plus, Champ/Chump.

Baseball Is Dead
Baseball Is Dead Episode 26: The Mets Just Got A Whole Lot Better Part 2

Baseball Is Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 84:11


Jared, Dallas, Joey, and Jake are going to the All-Star game and talk about their plans for outfits. Aaron Judge is a Top-5 ASG vote getter but Jared thinks some other players deserve that title. Mr. Peña was looking like the odds-on favorite for Rookie of the Year about a month ago, but JRod may have just overtaken his spot. The Yankees are apparently in heavy pursuit of Frankie Montas which would be real tough for A's fans on top of having the worst record in the league. Robbie Ray has been dealing lately and a lot of people are saying he's back. News that Chris Sale could make his first MLB start this year surfaced during today's show as well. There are rumors that the Padres could be putting Fernando Tatís Jr. in the outfield when he gets back so we break down what that scenario could look like. David Price also may be on the cusp of retirement. All that and a lot more, enjoy! If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Orange And Blue Thing
OABT S6 E13: Max, Jake, And The First To 50 Wins Mets!

Orange And Blue Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 55:42


- The boys are the first team in the National League to 50 wins - The Mets are retiring Keith's number 17 and we're having a Mustachio Bashio in center field - Come tailgate! - Max Scherzer back on the hill - Jacob pitched this past weekend for the St. Lucie Mets and hit em with 100mph+ right out of the gate - Pete Alonso and Starling Marte are still in the ASG running Darren Meenan and Julia Quadrino Live from T7LHQ! RATE, REVIEW, AND SUBSCRIBE. Thank to Coney Island Brewing Company! The official craft beer of Orange and Blue Thing and proud parter of the New York Mets! Visit their portable bar in section 114 at Citi Field, hit up www.coneyislandbeer.com to see where you can pick up some tasty beers, or visit their brewery at the home of the Brooklyn Cyclones in Coney Island! Text “CONEYMETS” to 855-933-4223 to be in the running for (2) free season tickets for 2023 at Citi Field! Hit up www.TickPick.com to grab tickets to your next Mets game! Use the code OABT for $10 your first purchase of $99 or more! No fees, instantly transferred to your MLB Ballpark App, and hassle free. With ticket prices 10% lower than their largest competitor, they've saved their customers millions.