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Philadelphia Phillies fan favorite All-Star second baseman (and member of the 1993 Phillies' World Series team) Mickey Morandini visits the Jack Vita Show to break down the 2021 ALCS and NLCS, reflect on his All-Star career and talk about how the game of baseball has changed since the 1990s. Mickey and Jack talk 1998 Home Run chase, Cal Ripken Jr.'s streak, how the 1994 strike damaged the popularity of Major League Baseball (and may have killed the Montreal Expos), the designated hitter most likely coming to the National League in 2022, Kerry Wood's 20-strikeout game, the Hall of Fame cases of Curt Schilling, Roger Clemens, Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire, the magic of the 1993 Phillies' season, MLB expansion and playoff expansion, and much more!
On today's Dan Patrick Show, DP recaps last night's playoff baseball games. After a few blow strike zone calls, should the league seriously consider a digital strike zone? Marcus Hayes of the Philadelphia Inquirer calls in to discuss the Ben Simmons suspension. What do the next few days look like for him? And Bob Costas tells us which player he'd let in the Hall of Fame out of Roger Clemens, Barry Bonds and Pete Rose. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Dave Hollins was the fiery 3rd baseman on the 93 team. Dave has great love and respect for "Dutch" and his leadership. He also tells some stories about Barry Bonds and Rick James. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In episode 81 of RizzoCast, we are joined by San Francisco Giants fan Tylor Hall to discuss his recap of the 2021 season, growing up a fan, becoming Oracle Park's 22nd K, Barry Bonds' HOF eligibility, looking ahead to the postseason, and more! Follow RizzoCast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RizzoCast Follow RizzoCast on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rizzocast/ Follow Steven on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenRissotto
Eagles QB Jalen Hurts tells Rich what's different between this year and his rookie season, what new head coach Nick Sirianni brings to the team, how he's preparing to face the Cowboys in Monday Night Football's NFC East showdown, and whys his mindset didn't change once was named Philly's starting QB. Former All-Pro Linebacker James Harrison and Rich discuss his improbable ‘A Football Life' journey from NFL practice-squad player to 2-time Super Bowl champion, why the perceived rift between Bill Belichick and Tom Brady is a media fabrication, and how the Steelers should adjust their offense with Ben Roethlisberger approaching the end of the line. TJ Jefferson lists his Top 5 Spawns of Stars among Kobe Bryant, Barry Bonds, The Rock, Michael Douglas and Peyton Manning. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode: 9.23.21 “Jose Canseco”In 1988, Jose Canseco became the 1st player to steal 40 bases and hit 40 home runs in the same season. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/40–40_clubThe others to do it are Barry Bonds, Alfonso Soriano, and Alex Rodriguez. Listen, Subscribe and Review on any of your favorite podcast listening apps. Don't miss a new, five minute podcast, Monday-Friday at 10am. Find Me: Twitter: @MocabeePodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MocabeePodcastShow/Instagram: @mocabeepodcastshow
Western Standard Time™ hosted by K Winn & Big Ben. Two west coast sports fans orchestrating interviews, high-energy discussions, and funny banter. Today we have another episode of WST First with SF Giants Bullpen Legend Javy Lopez. Javy spent 7 years with the Giants winning 3 MLB titles and has a lot of great stories about his rise through the Majors. From PB&J sandwiches in Double A to facing Barry Bonds. Listen in as we dig in with Javy. The full episode was a Live Stream on No Filter Network. What is No Filter Network? An interactive live streaming platform that allows viewers to “knock” and then instantly become part of the broadcast via nofilter.net. Click on link and scroll down to Big Ben & K Winn's vault to listen to the full episode: https://nofilter.net/profile/dENt4BqoNZVoSkIf3mQWJ4ww2Ks2 We love hearing from our listeners and hearing about which West Coast topics they enjoy the most: email@example.com
Is this a sports podcast? Last week the answer was no, but now we may be rethinking things. Topics include: Ohio, Cooley's podcast logo tattoo, ADDTV, Instagram, Michael Jordan rookie card Trailblazers, Kansas City Chiefs, LA Rams, George W Bush quotes, Pete Rose not allowed in Hall of Fame, Mark McGuire and Barry Bonds doping, cheaters, Houston Astros, Tom Brady, Matthew Stafford, New York Rangers, hockey fights, Joe Montana, 49ers
The Nats lost 9-8 to the Rockies as yet another late lead was snatched away. Mark & Al recap Kyle Finnegan blowing a second straight save and how the bullpen continues to cost the team wins. Is Finnegan and his mates operating on fumes?(10:30) Josiah Gray had a fifth consecutive outing that was in the subpar category. He struck out five, but walked four, and allowed another HR. Why has his command looked so off in his past few starts?(17:55) The offense continued their September surge and clubbed fourteen hits, which led to to eight runs. Hear another example of how Juan Soto is reminding people of Barry Bonds' hitting prowess.(21:57) Alcides Escobar had two more hits on Friday; including a game tying hit in the bottom of the 8th. This leads to a conversation on what the Nationals options are with the veteran SS and whether or not he will be back in Washington in 2022.(32:57) A listener submitted email wondering if there are parallels between the current version of the Nats and the perpetually underachieving Angels.
The guys reflect on the golden age of baseball by remembering the career of Barry Bonds. Later we find out Josh Allen has our number. Tobin is disappointed in Zach Lowe for his "rat finkery" behavior. We wrap the hour up with "If I'm Honest!" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ken and DVR discuss a busy weekend in baseball including the Yankees-Mets' matchup at Citi Field on the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, the surging Blue Jays, and a combined no-no in Cleveland courtesy of the Brewers before opening up the mailbag. - Could the return of the Universal DH spur realignment? - What might change the way shifts are employed in the future? - What's going on with the Mickey Mantle/Joe Pepitone HOF bat dispute? - How likely is it that the Angels and Phillies will never reach an LCS with Mike Trout and Bryce Harper, respectively? - Could one (or more) of Roger Clemens, Barry Bonds or Pete Rose end up in Cooperstown in the next 20 years? All that and more! To be a part of next week's episode call the voicemail at 646-543-7072 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Ken on Twitter: @Ken_Rosenthal Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper Save 50% on a subscription to The Athletic by visiting theathletic.com/baseballshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Looking back at the news headlines in the Bay Area on September 10, 2001 gives us a snapshot of what consumed us that day. There was violence: a mass shooting in Sacramento, the murder of a family in Bernal Heights. Barry Bonds reached 63 home runs the day before. Democrats were hitting President George W. Bush on the sluggish economy. The Dow Industrial Average neared 10,000. It wouldn't reach that level again until 2009. We look back at life, politics and culture on 9/10/01 to take measure of what changed after that next day.
The 2020 Hall of Fame class was inducted in Cooperstown this past week, which got us thinking - which players could end up in the Hall next year? Newcomers on the list include Ryan Howard, Prince Fielder and Tim Lincecum, among many others. Then of course there are the holdovers from previous years like Barry Bonds, Curt Schilling and Scott Rolen. Trey and I go through some of the players with the best cases and determine whether or not we think they will end up in the Hall of Fame. Plus, the wild card races are heating up in each league, with the Blue Jays making a run at the Yankees' position as the second AL Wild Card team. Can the Yanks hold on to that spot or will Toronto over take them by the end of the season? All that and more on today's episode!
Phil, Jake and Jason are joined by our friend and long-time listener Thadd to rank beer & wings, and Aerosmith on the List of Every Damn Thing.If you have something to add to the list, email it to email@example.com (or get at us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook).SHOW NOTES: You can find a link to the Joe Rogan Podcast on your own. Our meal included Field Roast Buffalo Wings, lemongrass vegan wings of indeterminate origin, Layonna Meatless Smoked Drumstick (Jake refers to these as Loma Linda, which is a different vegan food brand), and of course Buffalo Wild Wings. The beverages we imbibed were Modelo Chelada Mango Picante, Stubbe's Flemish Red Ale, Juneshine Grapefruit Paloma Hard Kombucha, Athletic Brewing Co. Run Wild IPA (non-alcoholic), Fort Point Beer Co. SFizio Italian Style Pilsner and Adobe Creek Depersonalization IPA. “Fried hard” wings are extra crispy. Chris Cotton explains this in his video. Takis Fuego are rated “Extreme”. Aerosmith songs (and music videos) discussed include “Cryin'”, “Love In An Elevator” and “Dude Looks Like a Lady”. We also discuss the Run-DMC “Walk This Way” cover / collaboration. Here's the tongue piercing scene from The Sweetest Thing. It defies credulity for a few reasons. Jason insists we include this link to Steven Tyler's feet. FAO Schwarz is still active on the internets. Maybe if you let them know we sent you, they'll finally give EDT a sponsor deal. We mention Chad Kroger and Nickelback's "fall from grace". Here's a tweet of Guy Fieri watching Nickelback. “Do You Know the Way to San Jose” by Dionne Warwick Taqueria Diana is a place you must eat at in New York City. It's owned by friend-of-the-pod (and brother-of-Thadd) Matt LaRue. If you won't be in NYC any time soon, their IG can hopefully tide you over for the time being. ALSO DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:vegetarianism & veganism * hops * non-alcoholic beers * Rush brand poppers * food pairings * avocados * kids in restaurants * Popeye's chicken * dippin' sauce * nail clippers * movie theater popcorn * Bon Jovi * rye bread * Armageddon * strip clubs * Bob Rock * transphobia * “Lola” by The Kinks * Desmond Child * Caitlin Jenner * Vince Neil * Alicia Silverstone * * Lenny Kravitz * Bro-country * Barry Bonds * whale tailBelow are the Top Ten and Bottom Top items on List of Every Damn Thing as of this episode (for the complete up-to-date list, go here):TOP TEN: Dolly Parton - person interspecies animal friends - idea sex - idea Clement Street in San Francisco - location Prince - person It's-It - food Cher - person Pee-Wee Herman - fictional character Donald Duck - fictional character Hank Williams - person BOTTOM TEN:185. Jenny McCarthy - person186. Jon Voight - person187. Hank Williams, Jr - person188. British Royal Family - institution189. Steven Seagal - person190. McRib - food191. war - idea192. cigarettes - drug193. QAnon - idea194. transphobia - ideaTheme song by Jade Puget. Graphic design by Jason Mann. This episode was produced & edited by Jake MacLachlan, with audio help from Luke Janela. Show notes by Jake MacLachlan, Phil Green & Jason Marmor.Our website is everydamnthing.net and we're also on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On the Barry Bonds edition of the Critically Unfocused podcast we discuss the following: Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley DONDA CLB Trick Daddy activites MLK in Fortnite Halo Infinite News Black people in baseball NFL Season Preview NFL Over Under Settle on down with your Saweetie meal and tap tap tap in!
Mark McGwire (born October 1, 1963), nicknamed Big Mac, MLB playing career spanned from 1986 to 2001 while playing for the Oakland Athletics and the St. Louis Cardinals, winning one World Series championship each, with Oakland as a player in 1989 and with St. Louis as a coach in 2011. One of the most prolific home run hitters in baseball history, McGwire holds the major league career record for at bats per home run ratio (10.6), and is the former record holder for both home runs in a single season (70 in 1998) and home runs hit by a rookie (49 in 1987).He ranks 11th all time in home runs with 583, and led the major leagues in home runs in five different seasons, while establishing the major league record for home runs hit in a four-season period from 1996 to 1999 with 245. Further, he demonstrated exemplary patience as a batter, producing a career .394 on-base percentage and twice leading the major leagues in bases on balls. Injuries cut short the manifestation of even greater potential as he reached 140 games played in just eight of 16 total seasons. A right-handed batter and thrower, McGwire stood 6 feet 5 inches tall and weighed 245 pounds during his playing career.A part of the 1998 Major League Baseball home run record chase of Roger Maris' 61 with the Cardinals, McGwire set the major league single-season home run record with 70, which Barry Bonds broke three years later with 73. McGwire also led the league in runs batted in, twice in bases on balls and on-base percentage, and four times in slugging percentage. Injuries significantly cut into his playing time in 2000 and 2001 before factoring into his retirement. He finished with 583 home runs, which was fifth all-time when he retired.
Mason is here !! on time with no technical issues today and so is Momo, who is live from her mom's house since it has a better wifi connection. Did you see that Dodgers game last night? Great start from Buehler, Kenley was lights-out, plus the Giants lost and now the Dodgers are only a half game back. Who would you rather face in the playoffs - the Giants or Padres? Listeners call in and react to the question about the Dodgers or Padres? Also, WHEEL OF QUESTIONS - What's the biggest lie you've ever told? Ramona heard a promo from Travis & Sliwa insulting Mason over his jealousy over their digital billboard at SoFi Stadium. He tells Travis to “come at him” and calls out their new producer Emily for supposedly instigating. Mychal Thompson is here! He weighs in on the digital billboard and explains why Mason's behavior is similar to Barry Bonds.
We discuss Korn's Jonathan Davis having to perform with an oxygen tank while recovering from Covid, a round of Let's Talk Talkies, and which sports GOAT's underwear is going up for auction. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of Bigger Than the Game the guys look at the classic game 7 of the NLCS between the Pirates and Braves. The guys talk about how good those Pirates teams were in the early 90's. The dynamic play of Barry Bonds in that era. Why those teams couldn't get over the hump. How many chances the Pirates had in game 7 and the impact this loss still has on the franchise. All this and more on Bigger Than the Game!
Former Giant and current broadcaster for NBC Sports Bay Area, Rich Aurilia chats with Greg Papa & John Lund See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former Giant and current broadcaster for NBC Sports Bay Area, Rich Aurilia chats with Greg Papa & John Lund See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Nats topped the Blue Jays 8-5 to complete the two game sweep. Al & Mark assess Josiah Gray's solid outing that lasted six innings. The only blemish on Gray's resume so far has been giving up solo HRs, of which he allowed two more on Wednesday. Gray did more than just pitch well as he had his first career hit and also made a nice play on a bunt attempt that led to a double play.(9:29) The bullpen for the most part had a good game except for Ryne Harper who very quickly gave up the lead, costing Josiah Gray any chance of first career victory. Was this his one chance to pitch in a high leverage spot? Kyle Finnegan stepped up as he escaped an 8th inning jam and recorded a four out save.(17:50) Brad Hand had an outing that Nationals fans are familiar with as he gave away the lead immediately upon entering the game in the 7th. Carter Kieboom slugged one of the HRs off of Hand and the hosts discuss where his situation currently stands as he has been playing every day.(25:07) Juan Soto had a Barry Bonds type stat line Wednesday as we explain in the podcast. Should he continue to take so many pitches or should he start swinging more?(36:13) What is the timetable on the Nats rebuild? Are they aiming to be competitive come next season or do they have a more long term vision?
The losing streak hits five games and Josh Lewin has the recap, featuring sound from home-run hitter Pete Alonso and frustrated manager Luis Rojas. Everything from the Braves surge to early '80s music to Barry Bonds and Felipe Alou stories fill in the gaps from San Francisco. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode, our host looks back at the legacy and controversy left in the wake of Barry Bonds assault on baseballs record books and imagines what could have been if Bonds stayed away from PEDs. Give us your take on social media and as always, thanks for being a part of the #GGNP community! Episode 62 Info: Podcasters: Alex Fitzsimmons - https://twitter.com/alexfitz44 (@alexfitz44) Like what you hear? Join our discussions and give us your takes on this and more by going to @GGNPPodcast on twitter! https://twitter.com/ggnppodcast (https://twitter.com/ggnppodcast) Also join the discussion at our Discord server: https://discord.gg/shxKkSb5Dh (https://discord.gg/shxKkSb5Dh) Consider SUPPORTING Lantern Light Studios on Patreon at: https://my.captivate.fm/patreon.com/lanternlightstudios (patreon.com/lanternlightstudios) Want to contribute to our show directly? Visit Glow.fm here: https://glow.fm/ggnp/ (https://glow.fm/ggnp/) and as always, thank you for your support! Producer: Anthony Zoccola - https://twitter.com/AnthonyZoccola (@AnthonyZoccola) Audio Engineer: Caleb Jewell - https://www.instagram.com/calebjewell_/ (calebjewell_) Social Media Manager: Rory Twyman - https://twitter.com/rorytwy (@Rorytwy) Social Media Strategist: Dylan Woyton - https://my.captivate.fm/@dylannjae (@dylannjae) Community Manager: Pat Quinn - https://my.captivate.fm/@SlimQuinn (@SlimQuinn) GGNP Theme by: https://www.lukemullet.com/ (Luke Mullet) Taro Theme by: RomanSenykMusic - https://youtu.be/c-XpTMGPQvI (https://youtu.be/c-XpTMGPQvI) This episode was sponsored in part by DB Follow the link below and use promo code "POD10" to save up to 10% off on your next purchase at DB https://bit.ly/37cP8YP (https://bit.ly/37cP8YP) Support this podcast
In this episode of Moods & Modes, Alex pays tribute to legendary guitarist Leslie West. Leslie is known as the founding member and co-lead vocalist for the groundbreaking hard rock band Mountain. Mountain is often credited as one of the bands that helped influence the development of heavy metal music, and Leslie West's guitar playing was a massive and oftentimes overlooked influence on guitar players who came after him. Alex discusses how Leslie's picking attack and natural technique produced smooth, roaring tones without the use of any effects or electronic assistance. You'll also hear Alex explain West's profound influence on bands that came after Mountain such as AC/DC and Kiss, and how Leslie's song “Long Red” left a significant mark on hip hop through songs like “99 Problems” by Jay-Z and “Barry Bonds” by Kanye West. Special guest Brad Tolinski joins Alex to shed light on Leslie's unconventional amplifier setup and playing style, and you'll even hear riveting archival interviews with Leslie West himself, including segments where he talks about jamming with Jimi Hendrix, taking LSD for the first Cream concert he saw, and his Sunn Amplifiers PA rig. Leslie West was an American rock guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter best known as a founding member and co-lead vocalist of the hard rock band Mountain. He also produced two studio albums and a live release with Cream bassist Jack Bruce under the name West, Bruce and Laing. West released a number of solo albums and was highly respected for his guitar work. Moods & Modes is presented by Osiris Media. Hosted and Produced by Alex Skolnick. Osiris Production by Kirsten Cluthe and Brad Stratton. Editing and mixing by Justin Thomas (Revoice Media). Production Assistance by Matt Bavuso. Music by Alex Skolnick. Artwork by Mark Dowd. To discover more podcasts that help you connect more deeply to the music you love, check out osirispod.com. Please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Head to https://tinyurl.com/nupr7s3e and use code ROSE for $50 off the course of your choosing Chris Rose sits down with former Giants closer Brian Wilson to talk about what he's been up to, coming up with the Giants, his relationship with Bruce Bochy, closing out the 2010 World Series, and being a frequent guest on Chris' Fox Sports internet show 'The Cheap Seats' that introduced the world to The Machine
Mississippi legend and MLB All-Star Roy Oswalt joins the show live in the Bank Plus Studio talking about his amazing career in baseball culminating in being inducted into the Houston Astros Hall of Fame. Roy tells stories from his days in Mississippi high school baseball all the way to facing Barry Bonds in the majors, and what that journey was like. Roy talks about how close he was to choosing Mississippi State over the MLB after two years playing at Holmes Community College, and what ultimately lead to his decision to tell Ron Polk no. Roy discusses his philosophy on pitching and the game itself that allowed him to play over a decade at the highest level. Finally, Roy talks about two new restaurants he is involved in in Starkville, and how he felt watching a program he grew up cheering finally win a national championship.
Wow! All Star Break is overrrrr we are back in business! We recap the Derby and ASG and tell you guys a little secret about who we were accompanied by to watch the ASG! We also talk Nomar Garciaparra and Barry Bonds a little before digging into Wheelhouse including.... SOME TRADES OHHHH BOY! Come check out our new website too over at upperdeckerpod.com! --- 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
On overhearing Barry Bonds' grand jury testimony—and debating whether he could report on it; on the wonderland of Bobby Valentine and the early-2000s New York Mets; on calling it quits at 10 pm because (yawn) we're old.
Here's another hit Barry Bonds...after a week off your favorite trio is back like Jordan wearing the 45...they touch on everything going on in the culture: Lil Durk, home invasion to diplomats and lox upcoming versuz. They tackle the main question from one of their listeners. It focuses on gun violence in the city from Brotherly love. Another classic for the streets...
Former SF Giants joins the roast to share his favorite memories of the 1993 SF Giants team and has some amazing Barry Bonds stories. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dusty Baker is a legend whose trailblazing career transcends baseball, but he's got unfinished business. The 3x National League Manager of the Year is still chasing a World Series ring to pair with the one he won as a player with the Dodgers. As one of baseball's most-respected and beloved figures, he was probably the only manager who could've successfully taken over the Astros job after the organization came under fire in the wake of a sign-stealing scandal. Baker's incredible life journey has been shaped by supportive parents, a stint in the Marines, and a close friendship with former teammate, Hank Aaron, who helped Baker, a California native, adapt to life in the segregated south. In this episode, Baker talks about his life-long love of hoops, what he learned from reading Hank Aaron's hate mail, how he rates Mike Trout and Jacob DeGrom among baseball's all-time greats, and why America urgently needs to improve its capacity for forgiveness. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In 1857 guests at Washington D.C.'s National Hotel began to come down with a mysterious illness. One of them was James Buchanan, who was preparing to assume the presidency of the United States. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll describe the deadly outbreak and the many theories that were offered to explain it. We'll also contemplate timpani and puzzle over an Old West astronaut. Intro: The words overnervousnesses and overnumerousnesses are vertically compact. Harvard mathematician George Birkhoff reduced the principle underlying beauty to a formula. Sources for our feature on the National Hotel Disease: Kerry Walters, Outbreak in Washington, D.C.: The 1857 Mystery of the National Hotel Disease, 2014. George Alfred Townsend, Washington, Outside and Inside, 1874. Ruth D. Reichard, "A 'National Distemper': The National Hotel Sickness of 1857, Public Health and Sanitation, and the Limits of Rationality," Journal of Planning History 15:3 (August 2016), 175-190. Brian D. Crane, "Filth, Garbage, and Rubbish: Refuse Disposal, Sanitary Reform, and Nineteenth-Century Yard Deposits in Washington, D. C.," Historical Archaeology 34:1 (2000), 20-38. Homer T. Rosenberger, "Inauguration of President Buchanan a Century Ago," Records of the Columbia Historical Society 57/59 (1957/1959), 96-122. H.J. Forrest, "The National Hotel Epidemic of 1857," Medical Annals of the District of Columbia 16:3 (1947), 132-134. Isaac O. Barnes, "The National Hotel Disease — Letter to Dr. D.H. Storer," New Hampshire Journal of Medicine 7:8 (August 1857), 238-243. "The National Hotel Disease," Scientific American 12:46 (July 25, 1857), 365. "The 'Hotel Endemic' at Washington," Peninsular Journal of Medicine 5:1 (July 1857), 31-34. "National Hotel Disease," New York Journal of Medicine 3:1 (July 1857), 90-92. "Chemical Opinions of the National Hotel Disease," Scientific American 12:37 (May 23, 1857), 296. 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Please consider becoming a patron of Futility Closet -- you can choose the amount you want to pledge, and we've set up some rewards to help thank you for your support. You can also make a one-time donation on the Support Us page of the Futility Closet website. Many thanks to Doug Ross for the music in this episode. If you have any questions or comments you can reach us at email@example.com. Thanks for listening!
Every year, fights break out on airplanes. They happen between the people who lean back in their seats, and the people who get their knees smooshed. Sometimes planes have to be grounded because of these arguments. If you think about it, these arguments are the result of confusion. Both people paid for a seat on the airplane, but it's unclear who owns the space behind it. Jim Salzman and Michael Heller are law professors and the authors of a new book called Mine! How the Hidden Rules of Ownership Control Our Lives. They write about these common instances where ownership is not clear cut. According to Salzman and Heller, confusing ownership rules are often the result of poor ownership design. This is true not just for airplane seats, but also for battles over digital privacy, climate change, and wealth inequality.Mine!
Boone is realistically on the hot seat for the first time this year and the team fell short again. Kyle Schwarber is doing his best Barry Bonds impersonation, and the Mets forgot that the best answer is to WALK him! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Nats doubled up the Mets 8-4 as they slugged five homers and Paolo Espino earned his second career win. Al & Mark start with Kyle Schwarber continuing his historic power surge as he now has gone deep FIFTEEN TIMES IN THE LAST 17 GAMES. He now shares company with Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa, and Frank Howard based upon the recent stats he's amassed.(15:02) Gerardo Parra picked up where he left off last week vs. the Mets as he homered and doubled. What makes his plays so infectious when he is on South Capitol Street? The team is 6-2 since he has been called up.(20:06) Ryan Zimmerman hit a crucial 3 run HR to end New York's hopes of a late comeback one day after we wondered on the show when Zim's power would return.(26:02) Paolo "The Secret Weapon" threw five shutout innings as he did nothing but throw strikes. Can we get Paolo to Denver for next month's All Star Game? (We are serious, his ERA is 2.02) (34:25) Brad Hand came through in the clutch to record a five out save. Is he also worthy of All Star consideration based upon his past month?
0:00 Relationships between athletes and the media have changed since the pandemic began. 15:46 An Olympic runner claims that a burrito was the reason behind her positive PED test. 23:31 The most disappointing moments in Denver sports this summer. Also, more on the Broncos QB options. 37:36 Barry Bonds' sister entered a dog into the Westminster Dog Show.
This week, MLB is set to finally crackdown on its self-made sticky situation. We break down the highly anticipated memo detailing how baseball intends to crack down on foreign substances. Then, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. remains HOT. If Guerrero and Shohei Ohtani continue at this pace, who wins the AL MVP award? Finally, we break down the latest rumors including... the return of Barry Bonds?
Democrats Want Testimony From Trump's Attorney General As Media Executives Seek Answers. Biden reassures NATO Jeffrey Toobin is Back. Weird Father's Day Gifts. Fans wanted to cancel Kyle's favorite Destany's Child Song. Le'Veon Bell Says He'd Rather Retire Than Play For Andy Reid Again. Phoenix Dominates Denver, Heads To Western Conference Finals. Barry Bonds makes appearance at Westminster Dog Show.
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We are back for another freestyle Friday with Brandon and Jake. The guys discuss National Donut day and what their favorites are. A big discussion about Barry Bonds and the asterisk that is put beside his name in the record books. And we end the show talking about favorite movie snacks. Hit us up on Instagram and Twitter @sportswithBJ and @jteezy4 and let us know what your choices are. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-juicebox-podcast/support
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This is what you all been waiting for, ain't it? Well here's another episode...Barry Bonds! That's right. Today, Chris and Travis have the honor of discussing one of Kanye West's most hated songs—and, of course, they're here to tell you why it's actually an awesome track. They go through every line to show you just how clever Kanye's wordplay is and how the song fits into the Graduation narrative. If you'd like to hear the show ad-free, then support us over on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/KanyePodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Legendary Broadcaster Jim Gray Talking To GOATs In this endlessly entertaining episode Dr. Phil truly Phil’s in the blanks. Legendary broadcaster and 12-time Emmy Award-winner Jim Gray reveals fascinating truths behind the biggest names in sports history: Muhammed Ali, Pete Rose, Tiger Woods, Mike Tyson, Barry Bonds- whenever something important happened Jim Gray was there, and now he’s sharing the stories behind the stories that made sports history in his book “Talking To GOATs”. Who is the real Mike Tyson? What was Tiger Woods like as a boy? What’s it like to interview the greatest boxer who ever lived at 18 years old? What’s it like for an athlete to touch perfection? You don’t know sports history unless you know Jim Gray! To get Jim's book: https://www.talkingtogoats.com/ For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ross Patterson and Rob Fox are joined by former Pirates and Braves first baseman Sid Bream to talk about playing with Barry Bonds, where the game of baseball is heading, campus life on Liberty University, gamesmanship on the bases, and his relationship with Jim Leyland. Go to MyBookie.ag/DrinkinBros, sign up now and use our promo code to get your first deposit matched up to $1,000 KillCliffCBD.com
Charles Barkley joins Buster to discuss how much he’s enjoying watching the Dodgers and Padres, why Fernando Tatis Jr. is the most exciting player to watch since Barry Bonds, San Diego’s confidence as a team, and Mookie Betts performing under the weight of a big contract and expectations. Then, Sarah Langs stops by to talk about Anthony Rizzo striking out Freddie Freeman, another stellar performance from Jacob deGrom in a losing effort, Francisco Lindor addressing his struggles and the bad obstruction call in Brewers-Marlins.