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Rad Turtles Wrestling Podcast
Episode 202 : Legendary Boston Comedian Nick "Fitzy" Stevens

Rad Turtles Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 55:17


In this edition of RTW Rewind, Boston comedian Nick "Fitzy" Stevens joins Rad Rob and Dr Ocho to talk 80's movies, the '86 World Series, the '03 ALCS, '04 World Series, why Big Papi is the best ever, why Curt Schilling isn't in the Baseball Hall of Fame, Nick tells inappropriate jokes and a lot more! Follow RTW on Twitter : @RTWBrandFollow Rad Rob@RadRobGamingFollow Dr Ocho@TheDrOcho

Downtown: The Podcast
Downtown: The Podcast Episode #207

Downtown: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 63:34


Guest: Stephen Tobolowsky & Jim Kaat Actor Stephen Tobolowsky returns to discuss his current projects and what's ahead on The Goldbergs. Long-time baseball player and broadcaster Jim Kaat talks about his upcoming induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame and his new book, GOOD AS GOLD.    

WLIE 540 AM SPORTSTALKNY
CHILI DOG MVP : DR.DAVID FLETCHER AND JOHN OWENS

WLIE 540 AM SPORTSTALKNY

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 35:44


John P Owens is an award-winning media professional with more than 30 years of experience as a writer, journalist, producer, director and videographer. His co -author Is Dr. David J. Fletcher who is a 1972 alum of Glenbard West High School in Glen Ellyn, Ill., where he played baseball. Sometimes taking three trains as a teenager to go to baseball games in Chicago, he attended over 20 White Sox games in 1972, and witnessed first-hand what Dick Allen meant to the city.The two have worked together in the past on “Buck O'Neil and Black Baseball in Chicago”, a documentary written and filmed by John Owens. The documentary aired on PBS and won the praise of White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf, who noted that the film was “vitally important for future generations.” In September 2010, Dr Fletcher screened the documentary at the Baseball Hall of Fame film festival in Cooperstown, N.Y. They are the co authors of an amazing new book Chili Dig MVP DICK ALLEN, THE ‘72 WHITE SOX AND A TRANSFORMING CHICAGO

Golden Age of Cardboard | A vintage sports card podcast
The Hall of Fame is Changing Things...AGAIN!!

Golden Age of Cardboard | A vintage sports card podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 54:19


So the Baseball Hall of Fame has decided to change the election procedures for the Era Committees. Come listen as I discuss this with a round table of HOF collectors. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goldenageofcardboard/support

The Buck Stops Here
Vinny Makes the Hall of Fame Case For....Bud Hillerich

The Buck Stops Here

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 13:57


Vinny Lospinuso tells us why Bud Hillerich, the creator of the Louisville Slugger #baseball bat, deserves his spot in the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Sounds From Seaver Way
Leadoff Spot: Mets Celebrate Gil Hodges' Hall of Fame Selection

Sounds From Seaver Way

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 4:03


Brad Heller talks to the children of legendary Mets manager Gil Hodges who will finally be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown this summer.

Mason & Ireland
04-15 HR 3: Eric Gagne

Mason & Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 55:50


We continue with JUMPBALL from the last hour. We talk about Eric Gagne arguably the best Dodgers Closer ever as he admitted to his use of PED's in his career. Is an apology enough? Should he be allowed in the Baseball Hall of Fame? We take your calls. Plus, Mason wants to get out of a Family text chain, should he? or should he mute it? And D'Marco Farr joins us in Studio for a Momo edition of GAME OF GAMES! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The John Rothmann Show Podcast
Kim McCallister - Robot ships in the Navy? Feinstein in decline. Jackie Robinson.

The John Rothmann Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 37:10


Despite the benefits unmanned vessels might provide, experts have questions about what the Navy wants them to do: Do they want vessels that can operate autonomously deep into the sea for weeks on end? Do they simply want vessels that can fire missiles without risking lives? Do they want a large number of ships that can be built, maintained and operated at a lower price?  Sen. Dianne Feinstein defended her service representing California in the Senate in the wake of a report that colleagues of hers are concerned about her ability to continue serving, and she said she does not plan to step down before the end of her term, which runs through 2024. Every April 15, Major League Baseball goes to great lengths to honor Jackie Robinson on the anniversary of the day, now 75 years ago, when he broke the sport's color barrier. On that day, every player wears his iconic No. 42, which is otherwise retired across the majors. Honoring Robinson is a year-round endeavor, too, for MLB and the country at large. In 1987, baseball renamed its rookie of the year awards in his honor. He has been on postage stamps and a commemorative silver dollar. His bust is in the Baseball Hall of Fame. His uniform number became the title of a movie about his life. Posthumously, he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom and a Congressional Gold Medal.   His legacy, in other words, is wide-ranging and everlasting. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KGO 810 Podcast
Kim McCallister - Robot ships in the Navy? Feinstein in decline. Jackie Robinson.

KGO 810 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 37:10


Despite the benefits unmanned vessels might provide, experts have questions about what the Navy wants them to do: Do they want vessels that can operate autonomously deep into the sea for weeks on end? Do they simply want vessels that can fire missiles without risking lives? Do they want a large number of ships that can be built, maintained and operated at a lower price?  Sen. Dianne Feinstein defended her service representing California in the Senate in the wake of a report that colleagues of hers are concerned about her ability to continue serving, and she said she does not plan to step down before the end of her term, which runs through 2024. Every April 15, Major League Baseball goes to great lengths to honor Jackie Robinson on the anniversary of the day, now 75 years ago, when he broke the sport's color barrier. On that day, every player wears his iconic No. 42, which is otherwise retired across the majors. Honoring Robinson is a year-round endeavor, too, for MLB and the country at large. In 1987, baseball renamed its rookie of the year awards in his honor. He has been on postage stamps and a commemorative silver dollar. His bust is in the Baseball Hall of Fame. His uniform number became the title of a movie about his life. Posthumously, he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom and a Congressional Gold Medal.   His legacy, in other words, is wide-ranging and everlasting. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Lost Ballparks
Cal Ripken Jr.

Lost Ballparks

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 45:33


As a 15 year old freshmen, he stood 5'7 and weighed 128 pounds. He batted 9th on his Aberdeen High School Team and finished the season hitting .128. Who would have believed that he would one day grow into a 6'4, 225 pound Baseball Hall of Famer?!  Cal Ripken, Jr. finished his career a 19 time All-Star, AL Rookie of the Year, 2x AL MVP.  He collected 3,184 hits, 431 home runs, was a 2x Gold Glove winner, 8x silver slugger, World Champion, played in the most consecutive games (2,632)  and was a 2007 inductee into the Baseball Hall of Fame.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lostballparks)

Bob Barry's Unearthed Interviews

Baseball Hall of Fame left-handed pitcher Warren Spahn had an incredible career. He won more games than any other lefthander, 363. He compiled 20-victory seasons 13 times, and 23 victories when he was 42 years old. Spahn hurled at least 245 innings and clubbed at least one home run for 17 consecutive seasons. He was nicknamed Hook due to the shape of his nose, after being hit in the face by a thrown ball. Yogi Berra said of Spahn and himself, “I don't think we're the oldest battery, but we're certainly the ugliest.”

In This Corner with JD: Sports Writers Talk Sports Writing
41: Alex Coffey of the Philadelphia Inquirer

In This Corner with JD: Sports Writers Talk Sports Writing

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 38:51


Alex joins JD from Philadelphia to discuss covering the Phillies during a labor stoppage, her childhood as the daughter of a sports writer, working for the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, covering the WNBA in Seattle and conducting interviews from a closet during a break at her day job.Check us out on Substack!Our cover art was designed by Michael Doyle. See his artwork on Instagram here

Squares of the Round Table
Squares of the Round Table 03/14/2022

Squares of the Round Table

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 139:55


Episode 186: Kicker's Kroch & Brentano's Canoodle! This week, the squares talk about Dolly Parton and Ivan vs. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, sports news and Jeff vs. the Baseball Hall of Fame, Mike struggling with Star Trek Picard, Ivan's DJ gigs and his TV viewing, Jeff watched Fast 9. Sorry. His thoughts on Turning Red, Mike and Jeff talk The Adam Project on Netflix, new TV trailers, WTF is going on with DC and WB? RIP Scott Hall and William Hurt Thanks for listening, and thanks to our Clubhouse guests for stopping by! Available on Spotify and the Apple & Google Podcast apps! Anchor: https://anchor.fm/sotrt​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Email us at sotrtpodcast@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sotrtpodcast/​​

WinCAM Podcast Network
Wooden Bats Sports Podcast Episode 6 - From the Baseball Hall of Fame!

WinCAM Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 21:53


Wooden Bats Sports Podcast Episode 6 - From the Baseball Hall of Fame! by WinCAM Podcast Network

Baseball and BBQ
Baseball and BBQ Episode #123: Features barbecue savant, Derrick Riches, guest co-host, Doug Scheiding, and The Metsian Podcast's, Mike Lecolant and Sam Maxwell

Baseball and BBQ

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2022 72:36


Baseball and BBQ Episode #123 features barbecue savant, Derrick Riches, guest co-host, Doug Scheiding, and The Metsian Podcast's, Mike Lecolant and Sam Maxwell.  Derrick Riches started writing about barbecue, on-line, more than 25 years ago.  He has reviewed tons of products, written hundreds of recipes, judged barbecue competitions, and has traveled the world exploring all aspects of grilled and smoked food.  Writer of several cookbooks, his latest is The Complete Guide to Smoking Meat:  100 Smokin' Good Recipes for BBQ and More.  Derrick's appearance is exactly what a podcast which is half dedicated to barbecue needs.  For more on Derrick go to https://www.derrickriches.comMike Lecolant and Sam Maxwell are Brooklyn, New York residents and proud New York Mets fans.  They offered their unique perspective on Gil Hodges and his Baseball Hall of Fame candidacy in episode 106.  When that portion of the interview was over we kept recording and learned more about their entertaining, The Metsian Podcast on which they appear with their other cohost, Rich Sparago.   The podcast can be found here, https://www.blogtalkradio.com/themetsianpodcastwsamrichandmike We recommend you go to Fifth & Cherry, https://fifthandcherry.com for wonderful cutting boards, the Pandemic Baseball Book Club, https://www.pbbclub.com  to find many of the wonderful books we have featured as well as some additional swag, and BBQ Buddha, https://bbqbuddha.com/ for rubs and award-winning saucesWe conclude the show with the song, "Baseball Always Brings You Home" from the musician, Dave Dresser and the poet, Shel KrakofskyWe truly appreciate our listeners and hope that all of you are staying safe.If you would like to contact the show, we would love to hear from you.Call the show:  (516) 855-8214 Email:  baseballandbbq@gmail.comTwitter:  @baseballandbbqInstagram:  baseballandbarbecueYouTube:  baseball and bbqWebsite:  https://baseballandbbq.weebly.comFacebook:  baseball and bbq 

National League Town
Gil and Buck

National League Town

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 28:57


Greg Prince and Jeff Hysen discuss Buck Showalter, the new Mets manager, and then celebrate the election of Gil Hodges to the Baseball Hall of Fame. (This episode was recorded prior to the cancellation of Spring Training and the first week of the regular season.)

TSC News - The Sports Courier
How Dick Allen Saved The Chicago White Sox - John Owens, David J. Fletcher

TSC News - The Sports Courier

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 28:00


TSC News TV host Fred Richani interviews Dr. David J. Fletcher and baseball journalist John Owens about their new book chronicling legendary player Dick Allen's magical run with the Chicago White Sox. We discuss Allen's impact, how he literally saved the White Sox from relocation, and why the "Michael Jordan Before Michael Jordan" is still not enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame. Chili Dog MVP: Dick Allen, the '72 White Sox and a Transforming Chicago available to order now!   Buy the book here: https://chilidogmvp.com/order-the-book/ ✅Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/TheSportsCourier?sub_confirmation=1 ✅More Interviews: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL37CAD02A4C57C07D

Riding Shotgun with Norm and Jim
EP 93 Sports and the World

Riding Shotgun with Norm and Jim

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2022 87:45


Episode 93 begins with a local shoutout to friends of the show and their kids doing great stuff!, the greats to wear #93, Madness in NCAA Basketball, USFL, MLB troubles, Snake Island, Olympic Skier, Sixers first game with Harden, Dead or Alive, Who Wins, Open Palm from Howard, IQ question for the week, Would you rather segment, and we finish up with our Mount Rushmore of Players who should be in the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Today In History
Today In History - Effa Manley becomes first woman elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

Today In History

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2022


https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/mlb-women-trailblazers-effa-manley-hall-of-fameSupport the show on Patreon

Baribault Banter
How does the National Baseball Hall of Fame process work?

Baribault Banter

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2022 30:20


Have you ever wondered what the process is like for the National Baseball Hall of Fame selection? Good news! We've got the President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Josh Rawitch joining Baribault Banter today to discuss all that and more! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-baribault0/support

Passed Ball Show
Passed Ball Show #602 (2/19/2022)

Passed Ball Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2022 40:47


2-19-2022 Passed Ball Show. John starts out by stating that catcher's framing in baseball is cheating. It is an acceptable form of cheating and there is nothing forbidden with the game's rules. Framing is the deception of a catcher by moving his glove to fool the umpire into believing a pitch that should be called a ball should be called a strike. John compares the acceptance of framing to the acceptance of steroids before baseball banned them and the use of spider-tack until baseball outlawed it. John reminds the viewer that framing will become obsolete once the automatic strike zone is implemented. John concludes this segment by encouraging catchers to continue to manipulate the strike zone as long as they can. John then talks about the forgotten Super Bowl runner ups, mentioning the likes of the Minnesota Vikings and Buffalo Bills as the only Super Bowl losers to be on the tip of the tongue of the non-die-hard football fan. John sends respect to teams such as the 1972 Redskins, 1977 Broncos, 1979 Rams, 1980 Eagles, 1995 Chargers, 1996 Steelers, 1998 Falcons, 1999 Titans, 2003 Panthers, 2005 Seahawks, 2007 Bears, 2009 Cardinals, and others whose Super Bowl loss has been forgotten by many. John ties that into the most recent Super Bowl runner up, the Cincinnati Bengals. John wonders if Joe Burrow will get to another Super Bowl, as top quarterbacks and NFL MVP's Dan Marino and Cam Newton never made it back to the Super Bowl after getting there at a young age. John gives his respect to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2022- LeRoy Butler, Richard Seymour, Sam Mills, Cliff Branch, Tony Boselli, and Bryant Young before ranking their dominance on the football field. Finally, John compares it to the Baseball Hall of Fame, the Baseball Hall of Fame's exclusion of its top players, and whether football and basketball now have Hall of Fames that are watered down.

Passed Ball Show
Passed Ball Show #600 (2/11/2022)

Passed Ball Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2022 40:01


2-11-2022 Passed Ball Show. John opens up the program by throwing a couple of ideas out there of penalties he should suffer for being wrong over the James Harden/ Ben Simmons trade. He then talks about the Baseball Hall of Fame and how it is supposed to be a museum that tells the history of baseball. While baseball wants to forget and intentionally not tell the story of the steroid's era, it does not seem to have an issue in highlighting its refusal to integrate the sport any sooner than it did. It celebrates Hall of Famers such as Cap Anson and Kenesaw Landis, who did all they could to keep MLB white. John states that the steroids era was more worthy of celebrating that segregation. Baseball, its writers, and those who work for its Hall of Fame, seem to think that segregated baseball is better for the game to celebrate than the steroids era. John talks about the constant struggle that exists between Baseball's owners and players and how that might impact the future of minor league baseball. John brings up the possibility that MLB (led by the Commissioner and the owners) may actually be looking to eliminate minor league baseball. John spends the next half of the show talking about how it seems NBA players are not very bound to the very contracts they sign and have agreed to. John believes healthy players should not be paid to NOT play, citing John Wall in Houston (even though John knows this is not John Wall's fault) and of course, the displeasure expressed by Ben Simmons and James Harden leadind to the trade for each other. What other sport allows for its top players to decide whether or not they want to play for their team, the same team that is paying them to play. John talks about Kyler Murray and the Arizona Football Cardinals and whether he has earned a big time contract extension yet. John cites Dak Prescott and to this point, believes Kyler is not close to being on Dak's level.

Crisis Communications in Sports
Sports Law Professor Gabe Feldman on Name, Image, and Likeness in College Sports

Crisis Communications in Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2022 39:49


Crisis Communications in Sports returns with an all-new episode that delves into the complex and hotly-debated topic of college athlete compensation and the chaotic start to the Name, Image and Likeness era in college sports. Gabe Feldman, one of the country's foremost authorities on NIL, speaks with hosts Jim Rocco and Cris Bruce about the complexities involved, the seemingly ever-changing framework and what he believes the future holds (08:01).  Jim and Cris open the show with an interesting take on the role reputation played in the most recent Baseball Hall of Fame voting (00:35).       

Hooks & Runs
Ep. 85 - Andrew Has Pitchfork in Hand But Is Not Ready to March Just Yet

Hooks & Runs

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2022 43:03


This week, Andrew, Rex and Craig examine the Hall of Fame baseball writers' vote that saw David Ortiz just over the 75% vote for induction with Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa, to name three, falling short in in their final year for eligibility. We discuss that trio's possible path to induction as well as this year's six veteran's committee selections. Hooks & Runs reflects upon Jack Powell, the only pitcher in the top ten in career MLB losses that is NOT in the Baseball Hall of Fame. The show concludes with the trio riffing on Tex Gioia's essay in TheAtlantic.com, "Is Old Music Killing New Music?" Spoiler alert! We answer "yes!" but old music has a lot of help.Check It OutRex -- No selectionAndrew -- No selectionCraig -- Ian Noe's single, "Pine Grove" from the upcoming album "River Fools & Mountain Saints," due for release March 25, 2022.Errata: Joe Burrow will be the first quarterback to win a Heisman, a National Championship and a Super Bowl game if his Bengals full off the feat this weekend. The first NFL and still only NFL player to accomplish the feat was Marcus Allen.Hooks & Runs Website, Twitter, BuzzsproutCraig Estlinbaum on TwitterAndrew Eckhoff on Meercat (dead link)Rex von Pohl (Krazy Karl's) on FacebookOpening and closing music, "Caroline" by Craig Estlinbaum. All rights reserved.This podcast and this episode are copyrighted by Craig Estlinbaum, 2022, all rights reserved.   

Sports at Large
No Clemens, no Bonds right call for baseball Hall of Fame

Sports at Large

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2022 4:03


Keeping Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens out of the Hall of Fame is the right call. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Not Your Average Boston Sports Podcast
Bruins Stumble Out West + McDaniels Takes Raiders Job

Not Your Average Boston Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2022 75:22


Garrett discusses the B's recent struggles and what needs to change for them to get back on track. He also talks about the Celtics hopefully finding their groove offensively as they welcome in some tough opponents. He then discusses Josh McDaniels' departure to Vegas and what it means for the Patriots. Included are updates on the USMNT qualifying window and college basketball as well as David Ortiz becoming the newest member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Curious About Screenwriting Network
FSS 25: Joe Posnanski & Writing to Your Passions, Hamilton to Houdini to Baseball Greats

Curious About Screenwriting Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2022 81:41


Joe Posnanski has made a career by being inspired by curiosity and following his own passions. That's lead to him writing numerous books, winning awards and most importantly, surrounding himself with people that fascinate him. #HarryHoudini #Baseball

Money Back Guarantee*
1/28/22- The Baseball Hall of Fame is broken, and is Joe Burrow ready to be that guy?

Money Back Guarantee*

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2022 73:17


Angel has ALOT to say about the Baseball Writers of America and the Baseball Hall of Fame- and its not good! Theres plenty of divisional round action to dive into as well as the dominos falling in the annual NFL Coaching carousel. We cover it all this week and also get you some winners! Be sure to like, share, subscribe, rate, and review! https://linktr.ee/MoneyBackGuarantee --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

WKXL - New Hampshire Talk Radio
The Press Pass with Chris Ryan 1-29-22

WKXL - New Hampshire Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2022 25:29


Host Chris Ryan looks at David Ortiz getting the call to the Baseball Hall of Fame. He also talks about the Bruins red hot January with Brad Marchand and Bruce Cassidy.

Passed Ball Show
Passed Ball Show #596 (1/26/2022)

Passed Ball Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 32:09


1-26-2022 Passed Ball Show. John spends this show talking about his issues with the Baseball Writers Association of America and their inconsistent voting process when it comes to the Baseball Hall of Fame. John congratulates David Ortiz for his well-deserved selection into the Baseball Hall of Fame and admits he was wrong when he declared that no player would be selected by the BBWAA this cycle. He gladly takes the "L" but makes the statement that it is not like Ortiz made it in with flying colors. 22.1% of the baseball writers did not vote for him, far more than should have. John makes his annual declaration that the Baseball Hall of Fame has not done enough to honor the best players to ever play its sport. John continuously advocates for Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Curt Schilling, and others, to get their place in Baseball's Hall of Fame. John talks about steroids and how the entire sport, its fans, its teams, its players, and its commissioner all turned a blind eye to the steroid fueled home run chase of 1998. Hall of Fame Commissioner Bud Selig was cheering from the front row as Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa shattered Roger Maris' single season home run record of 61. Baseball enabled the use of steroids and had no issue with until US Congress got involved and invited players to their chambers to discuss their use of PED's. It was not until then that baseball even banned to use of these substances in their sport. John feels that Alex Rodriguez has a much better chance to get into the Baseball Hall of Fame over the next nine years than Bonds or Clemens. John states that some players that have at least some suspicions are already in the Baseball Hall of Fame. Bonds and Clemens, themselves, will have a chance to be elected next year through the Veterans Committee. John talks about the significance of this and how the Veterans Committee may gain more credibility than the Baseball Writers Association of America when it comes to electing players to the Baseball Hall of Fame. Finally, John talks about how the attempt to hold out the best players of the steroid's era are causing lesser players to get more consideration than they deserve.

On Second Thought
Texas Monthly's Richard Justice on Bonds, Clemens and Hall of Fame exclusion

On Second Thought

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 38:10


Should Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds be enshrined into the Baseball Hall of Fame? Longtime HOF voter Richard Justice of Texas Monthly joined the On Second Thought podcast to explain why he decided to not vote this year. He also discussed with hosts Kirk Bohls and Cedric Golden his longstanding relationship with Texas ex Clemens and why he believes MLB and the Hall voters have dropped the ball when it comes to the handling of the fallout from the Steroid Era. The guys also discuss Gary Patterson's possible impact at the University of Texas and the current plight of the Houston Texans, a team Justice covered extensively while a columnist at the Houston Chronicle.

Word on the Street w/ Dreak Swift
S2E33: Word on the street Spotlight Wednesday Episode 133

Word on the Street w/ Dreak Swift

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 78:24


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Kenny & JT
ZACK MEISEL – CLEVELAND GUARDIANS BEAT WRITER AT THEATHLETIC.COM / @ZackMeisel

Kenny & JT

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 24:45


On The Kenny & JT Show we're joined by Cleveland Guardians beat writer Zack Meisel from TheAthletic.com/Cleveland as we discuss off-season Guardians news, David Ortiz being the lone new inductee into the Baseball Hall of Fame, and the latest on the MLB labor talks...

The Guy Gordon Show
The Guy Gordon Show ~ January 26, 2022

The Guy Gordon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 65:41


January 26, 2022 ~ Full Show. Congressman Dan Kildee weighs in on the retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer and joins the growing list of lawmakers calling for a stock trade ban for members of Congress. David Sowerby, Managing Director and Portfolio Manager at Ancora Bloomfield Hills discusses the Fed signaling an interest rate increase in March and the economic impact of more people dying than being born in the state of Michigan for the first time in 2021. Senior News Analyst Marie Osborne talks to a Metro Detroit with ties to Ukraine as Russian President Vladimir Putin moves troops closer to their shared border. Lynn Henning, Baseball Writer for the Detroit News on David Ortiz being elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame while Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens were not and Senior News Analyst Lloyd Jackson has the Michigan GOP's top policy priorities for 2022.

The Guy Gordon Show
Lynn Henning ~ The Guy Gordon Show

The Guy Gordon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 10:25


January 26, 2022 ~ Lynn Henning, baseball writer for the Detroit News, talks with Guy Gordon about David Ortiz being elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame, while Roger Clemens, Barry Bonds and Curt Schilling missed the cut in their final year on the ballot.

Kenny & JT
KENNY & JT SHOW WEDNESDAY OPENER

Kenny & JT

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 22:55


The Wednesday Kenny & JT Show is underway. One of our favorites, David Ortiz, named the sole inductee into the Baseball Hall of Fame. We have some fun with Big Papi, then dwell on who may have been snubbed. Should the “steroid era” players be in? And is it a good thing that it's difficult to get into thier HOF?

Good Show
Hour 4: Barry Bonds, Buffalo Heartbreak & Josh Allen w/ Chris Berman

Good Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 48:31


Chris Berman joins for a chat about the Bills' heartbreaking playoff exit, where Josh Allen ranks among the Bills' all-time best players, which prospective Super Bowl matchup presents the most compelling narrative, and the omission of Barry Bonds from the Baseball Hall of Fame (1:00). To wrap, Jon Morosi talks about why excluding Bonds and Rogers Clemens is a black eye for the Hall of Fame, and the latest on CBA negotiations (29:42). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.

DK's Daily Shot of Pirates
DK's Daily Shot of Pirates: Bye-bye, cheaters

DK's Daily Shot of Pirates

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 22:38


Neither Roger Clemens or Barry Bonds were elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Tuesday, ending a 10-year run on the ballot. The Hall of Fame proving once again that there's no room for cheaters inside its walls. Hear award-winning columnist Dejan Kovacevic's Daily Shots of Steelers, Penguins and Pirates -- three separate podcasts -- every weekday morning on the DK Pittsburgh Sports podcasting network, available on all platforms: https://linktr.ee/dkpghsports Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

All Andy Alfred
A Fantastic Divisional Sports Weekend Heads for the Championship

All Andy Alfred

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 135:09


*This will be a long episode so be prepared* Andy is back on the air tonight on the Anchor Network. Andy recaps the announcement of the newest member of the Baseball Hall of fame and goes over who is off the ballot now. We recap the divisional championship games in the National Football League and we hear the matchups for the weekend ahead in the conference championship games. We hear the latest Jackets report and news and notes from around the National Hockey League. We hear what is happening on the pond with the Toledo Walleye and East Coast Hockey League. We recap other sports including a huge nice in the Mid-American Conference Mens Basketball and go over my thoughts on Monday Night Raw that took place in Toledo last night. You'll hear my thoughts on the Royal Rumble. And you will hear Andy rants this evening on this episode of All Andy Alfred. Follow Andy on Twitter @AllAndyAlfred and on Facebook.com/AllAndyAlfred . We will have a Facebook Live shows the week of the Super Bowl and have a little something special for those who listen to the program.

Baseball Today
The MLB Hall of Fame is a joke

Baseball Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 17:10


Chris Rose and Trevor Plouffe discuss the 2021 Baseball Hall of Fame election and why it's awful   https://shop.jomboymedia.com/

The Bostonian Vs. The Book
The Bostonian vs. the Book - Tuesday Jan 25th, 2022

The Bostonian Vs. The Book

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 84:00


Today, we find out who is going in to the Baseball Hall of Fame. The guys start by talking about who should be in and out. Then they talk about CBB plays tonight and a wild trend for one NBA team that plays tonight. All on the Tuesday edition of BvB! 

Drunk Discussions Podcast
Drunk Discussions Episode 29: Should Bonds Be In The Hall Of Fame? A Response To Craig Ballard

Drunk Discussions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 32:03


After only a 1 year hiatus this time, Ocho is back. Recently my friend, Craig Ballard gave his thoughts on why Barry Bonds should be in the Baseball Hall of Fame; Craig asked me to respond, and I figured it would be a great chance to follow-up on the previous Drunk Discussions episode, which also talked about this subject. ***IMPORTANT CORRECTIONS*** 1. During this episode, Ocho states that Roberto Alomar had been banned from baseball for sexual assault/sexual harassment. Officially it was stated that Alomar was banned for "sexual misconduct." Ocho also stated that it was for two incidents; officially it was for one - though a second incident had been reported, but at the time the investigation for that one was still going on. 2. Ocho mentions a former Pirates player who had accused Willie Mays and Willie Stargell of providing players with drugs. The player who accused Mays and Stargell was John Milner, who played with Willie Mays on the Mets and Willie Stargell on the Pirates. Be sure to give us a rating and leave a comment. If you really love us, please subscribe! Shirts on Spreadshirt - https://shop.spreadshirt.com/DrunkDiscussions Listen to us: iTunes - http://apple.co/2fK1v3C Podbean - http://drunkdiscussions.podbean.com/ Stitcher - http://bit.ly/2HTQedD Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2GS7AGy Follow Us: Twitter - https://twitter.com/drunkdpodcast Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/drunkdpodcast/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/DrunkDiscussions/ Elle did our logo. Follow her on twitter: @ElleOriole Music: Welcome to the Show by Kevin MacLeod

Glenn Clark Radio
Glenn Clark Radio January 11, 2022 (Dave Ginsburg HOF ballot, Kenji Bahar, Patrick Stevens)

Glenn Clark Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 134:47


Congratulations to Georgia. It's nice that every now and then we let a DIFFERENT SEC team win the title. But Nick Saban is worried about "imbalance" in college football. We started Tuesday's show discussing that. At the bottom of Hour 1, our annual tradition-longtime Baltimore AP sports writer Dave Ginsburg joined us to unveil his 2022 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot. At the top of Hour 2, our weekly chat with Patrick Stevens (@D1scourse, Washington Post) covered solid starts for the area's Patriot League teams, Maryland's losses to Illinois and Wisconsin and the rise of Miami. And at the bottom of Hour 2, Baltimore native/former Calvert Hall QB Kenji Bahar joined us to discuss what it was like to get his first taste of the NFL with his hometown Ravens.

Dirty Kurt’s Dugout
The Power is with the Fans

Dirty Kurt’s Dugout

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 53:08


Dirty Kurt Bevacqua is back and ready for 2022! Check out the most honest podcast in all of baseball as Kurt explains why the Baseball Hall of Fame voting system is broke and why the current situation with the MLB lockout, ultimately is going to affect the fans most of all. The power is with you and your voice as a baseball fan! Thanks for listening! Dirty Kurt's Dugout is brought to you by Hacienda Casa Blanca in El Cajon! https://haciendacasablanca.biz/

The PosCast with Joe Posnanski & Michael Schur

Joe and Mike deal with the fallout from the Holiday Draft PosCast, talk some Baseball Hall of Fame, NBA and take several official positions.

The Ranger Report Podcast
Christmas Comes Early: Eric Nadel Joins the Podcast

The Ranger Report Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 32:46


You read the title right! The Baseball Hall of Fame broadcaster Eric Nadel joins CJ and Ben to talk about his career, reminice about the Rangers, talk about the 2010 famous call when A-Rod struck out and many other topics. This is the one episode that you need to share with your friends and family and everyone you know! Eric Nadel y'all!

In Conversation with Lesley Visser

When Lesley first met Dan Shaughnessy in 1974, they were covering high school football for the Boston Globe and going to dive bars on Boston's old waterfront. Dan went on to become one of the greatest writers of his generation, authoring “The Curse of the Bambino” and being elected to the prestigious writer's wing of the Baseball Hall of Fame. Dan writes about every sport, sometimes with a twinkle, sometimes a hammer, but his latest book, “Wish it Could Have Lasted Forever – Life with the Larry Bird Celtics” is a joy, filled with anecdotes you couldn't possibly get today – from travelling with the team, sharing meals, and getting to know the players everywhere from hotel bars to baggage claim.

DK's Daily Shot of Pirates
DK's Daily Shot of Pirates: Nothing controversial about Hall of Fame ballot

DK's Daily Shot of Pirates

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 22:10


Each November, the Baseball Hall of Fame releases the names of those eligible for its yearly ballot. This year was no different though, the names on said ballad are notorious for some of the wrong things. Hear award-winning columnist Dejan Kovacevic's Daily Shots of Steelers, Penguins and Pirates -- three separate podcasts -- every weekday morning on the DK Pittsburgh Sports podcasting network, available on all platforms: https://linktr.ee/dkpghsports Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The PosCast with Joe Posnanski & Michael Schur
Live (on tape) from Cooperstown!

The PosCast with Joe Posnanski & Michael Schur

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 82:33


Listen now (82 min) | Joe and Mike sit in the hallowed Grandstand Theater at the Baseball Hall of Fame and talk about the obvious subjects — fruit, the Cleveland Browns and the New York Times Spelling Bee — as the PosCast makes its debut on Meadowlark Media. Get full access to JoeBlogs at joeposnanski.substack.com/subscribe

Dirty Kurt’s Dugout
Can the Padres Give Blake Snell Some Help? Plus, Derek Jeter and the 2021 Baseball Hall of Fame Ceremony

Dirty Kurt’s Dugout

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 53:13


Dirty Kurt Bevacqua is back this week to discuss the latest heartbreak for Blake Snell and the San Diego Padres as they come down the stretch in search of a playoff appearance. Also, Kurt touches on some of the highlights from the 2021 Baseball Hall of Fame ceremony, including Derek Jeter's speech and some unfortunate treatment of Donald Fehr by a few bad apples in the crowd. Dirty Kurt's Dugout is brought to you by Hacienda Casa Blanca in El Cajon! https://haciendacasablanca.biz/