Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll are joined this week by Carolina Mudcats play-by-play broadcaster Greg Young to discuss the latest news from the Brewers prospects down in Low-A Carolina. David, Matt, and Greg discuss the meteoric rise of Jackson Chourio, the resurgence of Hedbert Perez, the experience of Willy Adames' rehab assignment in Carolina, several more top end prospects in Carolina, and Mudcats' hopes to end their playoff drought.
College hoops is done so we're moving on to spring/summer sports: golf (Masters), hockey (Canes clinch a playoff spot), Spring Football (Goodson disappointingly unenthused about the Pack's Spring Game) and baseball (the minor league kind. And only two teams: the Carolina Mudcats and the Down East Wood Ducks, who resume their rivalry this weekend).Enjoy.Reach out to Josh Goodson at Movement Mortgage for all your mortgage needs. We did.You can always watch/comment along with the show on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE5br8N3GugpPJ6W4PJ6rbA), Facebook or Twitter.Subscribe/rate on your favorite podcast site.Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/id1606766117Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5pwlagAP9lIiP7swMdpwZNAmazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/b94ac4d4-4887-4630-b712-cde510c80eeb/sportschannel8-the-podcast
Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll are joined this week by Brewers infield prospect Gabe Holt, who joins the podcast from spring training in Arizona. David, Matt, and Gabe discuss the beginning of spring training, as well as Gabe's draft day experience, his 2021 season, his goals for 2022, some of his favorite teammates, stories from his time with the Carolina Mudcats, and much more. Get to know Gabe Holt a little more as he continues his rise through the Brewers farm system.
Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll continue their tour through the Brewers minor league system this week. After a conversation with Carolina Mudcats broadcaster Greg Young last week, David and Matt talk with longtime Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Play-by-Play man Chris Mehring. Chris gives updates and details on all the Milwaukee Brewers top prospects that have come through Appleton and played for the Timber Rattlers this year, including the Crew's top prospect Garrett Mitchell, as well as David Hamilton, Hayden Cantrelle, Korry Howell, Joe Gray Jr, Joey Wiemer, Thomas Dillard, and many, many more. Chris also talks about some stories from the Alternate Training Site last year and what he witnessed there and has a story on the first day Hedbert Perez arrived at camp. It's a fun episode this week to get you caught up on everything Brewers minor leagues.
Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll are joined this week by Carolina Mudcats broadcaster Greg Young. The Brewers Low-A affiliate has been having an excellent 2021 season, and Greg is able to give us in-depth scoops on the team and how some Milwaukee Brewers prospects have been performing this year. We start with a discussion of what Greg has seen with the outfield studs that have graced the grass in Zebulon, North Carolina this year, including Joe Gray, Jr, Joey Wiemer, and most recently, the Crew's 2021 first round pick Sal Frelick. Among the other Brewers hitting prospects discussed are Ernesto Martinez, Zavier Warren, Felix Valerio, Gabe Holt, and Freddy Zamora. On the mound, we discuss flamethrower Abner Uribe, along with Justin Bullock, TJ Shook, and Brandon Knarr. It's a fun and insightful episode with Greg, and is full of information on some top Brewers prospects.
The Best of The OG with Ovies & Giglio
The OG with Ovies and Giglio, heard weekdays from 3-6:30 on 99.9 The Fan. On this edition of the show, the guys reflect on the passing of Bobby Bowden, and his impact on the growth of the ACC. Greg Young of the Carolina Mudcats stops by the show. Dennis Cox does 'A Cappella The News' as he's sitting in for producer Jon Rand. Also, NFL discussions about the Panthers, overreactions around the league, and Hall of Fame speeches.
SportsChannel8: The Baseball Podcast
We got a visit from the Major League affiliate this week as we welcomed our man Hayes Permar on this episode. Perm not only runs our parent company, SportsChannel8, but also serves as the PA announcer for your Carolina Mudcats. We talked heckling, the future of Major (and Minor) league baseball in NC, and took some heat for recent social media posts
Fresh off his first Minor League game in more than 600 days, former Tar Heel and current Carolina Mudcat Ashton McGee joins Boshamer Bulletin's Pat James and UNC broadcaster Kyle Straub to discuss what it was like not having a 2020 Minor League season, how he stayed sharp during the shutdown, what it's like to now be playing close to his hometown of Goldsboro and so much more. Plus, Pat and Kyle talk about UNC's much-needed win against Campbell, the importance of the exam break and other Tar Heels in the Minors.
Mitchell Lister from the Carolina Mudcats hops on the Pulling Tarp Podcast to discuss being a former employee of a team that doesn't exist anymore, dissolving a sponsorship, Bobby's celebrity look alikes, being a big time movie star, and a ton more!
Locked On Hurricanes - Daily Podcast On The Carolina Hurricanes
Jared and Walker have a packed episode for today. Jared gets Walker's opinion on a question, Jared enlightens us on the history of the Carolina Mudcats, and the guys also make some important decisions about food. It's also time for Sweaty Gamers Unite. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Just one week after the Brewers were swept by the Cubs and seemingly were at their low-point of the season, they win 5 of 6 over the last week to give the team new momentum. We look back at the week and try to figure out what it means for the post-season potential of the team.Kyle Lobner, who is featured on the Timber Rattlers website, the Shepherd Express and the Milwaukee Record, joins Matt and gives his thoughts on the current state of the team.Carolina Mudcats broadcaster Greg Young also joins the program. The Mudcats are one of the most interesting minor league teams in the Brewers' system as they currently house the top two prospects in the organization.
Locked On Brewers- Daily Podcast On The Milwaukee Brewers
Host Ben Larson Talks with Greg Young, the Play by Play broadcaster of the Carolina Mudcats. They discuss top prospects and life in the minor leagues for the Brewers high - A Carolina League Affiliate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to Every Fifth Day, the first ever podcast to take you inside the heads of professional pitchers. Today we’re talking to Noah Zavolas, a six-foot-two right-handed starting pitcher for the Carolina Mudcats, a Single-A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers. Noah was drafted out of Harvard last year in the 18th Round by the Seattle Mariners and split his 2018 season between 2 teams before being traded to the Brewers in the off-season. We’re catching Noah on an off-day just a few days after a start against the Winston Salem Dash on June 1st, 2019 where he went five and a third and earned himself a nice W. His official line was 3 Runs, 7 Hits, 2 Walks, and 5 Strikeouts while tossing 78 pitches; 55 of them strikes. For clips from this episode, other episodes, and in-game highlights, find us on Instagram (@every5thdaypod).
It was a busy week for the Brewers. They go 4-2 on a trip through Minnesota and Pittsburgh. Two starting pitchers head to the IL while the club announces Jimmy Nelson will return to the big league club this week. The club also announces that Travis Shaw will return to the club this week but at the same time Keston Hiura is continuing to swing a hot bat.We get into all of that and more on this week's Podcast.It's our final week of our 4-week TryPod host interviews as WTMJ's Justin Garcia joins the Podcast. Carolina Mudcats broadcaster Greg Young joins the program to give an update on Brewers prospects playing for the Mudcats.
The Brewers lose 2 of 3 to the Cubs but the club continues to pitch much much better than they were even two weeks ago. The bats do go a little quiet in the last two games of the Cubs series and they attempt to give Travis Shaw a weekend off. There are a lot of things to get to this week on the Podcast.Host Matt Pauley is joined by WTMJ Sports Producer Ashton Rotman.Brew Crew Ball's Brad Ford also comes on the Podcast to break down what's going on with the club's Single-A affiliates.
The Brewers are able to get out of their funk by taking two of three from the Mets. During the series, we saw the offense come alive a bit not relying on the home run quite as much but pitching continues to be somewhat inconsistent. The Club does sign Gio Gonzalez and he looks pretty good in his first start.On this week's Podcast, Brew Crew Ball's Tim Muma joins the show as he gives his thoughts on the club.We are also joined by Carolina Mudcats broadcaster Greg Young as he talks about what is going on with the club's High-A affiliate.
A lot of MLB hardware is passed out this past week and Christian Yelich wins the NL MVP but Craig Counsell comes up short of the NL Manager of the Year award. We do our best to put a bow on the fantastic season of Yelich while debating if Counsell was more deserving of the MOY award than Atlanta's Brain Snitker.It is also week 2 of our Organizational Prospect rundown. This week, we focus in on the players who spent the majority of their seasons at the Single-A level with the Carolina Mudcats and/or Wisconsin Timber Rattlers. Brew Crew Ball's Brad Ford is back for the discussion.
Chris takes us through his terrifying Little League experience all the way to his time working for the Williamsport Crosscutters and Carolina Mudcats. Take a trip around the horn with Chris as he introduces the podcast and himself.
The Brewers lose two series this past week. One against one of the worst teams in the NL (San Diego) and the other against a team they are contending against for a NL Wild Card spot (Atlanta). Things do not feel great right now. Is that a legit feeling or is the team actually playing better than it feels like. Host Matt Pauley address that and more on this week's edition of the Podcast. Journal Sentinel Trending Sports Reporter JR Radcliffe joins the program to give his take on the current state of the Brewers. Brew Crew Ball's Minor League reporter Brad Ford comes back on to the Podcast to give a full rundown of the organization's minor league system.
The month of June is here and there are rumblings that the Brewers could be major players at the trade deadline. Who should they acquire and what should they be willing to give up? We discuss that on this week's podcast.The Brewers also continue to deal with injuries and players under-performing. That was one of the biggest narratives of the past week with multiple players dealing with injuries and Orlando Arcia being sent to Triple-A once again. Brew Crew Ball managing editor and BP Milwaukee contributor Kyle Lesniewski joins host Matt Pauley to discuss all aspects of the Brewers.Carolina Mudcats broadcaster Greg young also joins the program to give his take on the Brewers' High-A affiliate in the Carolina League.
Episode 122 features LHP Brent Suter, an inside look at Jesus Aguilar's production since late April and Carolina Mudcats manager Joe Ayrault.
It was a roller coaster week for the Brewers. First, they complete an 8-game winning streak but then they get swept in a 4-game series in Chicago. Should we look more at the winning streak or the Chicago series to help determine the true identity of the 2018 Brewers? Host Matt Pauley gives you his take and will be joined by Brew Crew Ball managing editor Kyle Lesniewski. Matt is also joined by Carolina Mudcats broadcaster Greg Young to get an update on the Brewers' High-A affiliate.
As the Brewers season comes to an end, Matt Pauley gives his initial thoughts on how successful the season was and already starts to look forward to the 2018 season. Milwaukee's Tailgate podcast host J.P. Breen joins the discussion and gives his take on the 2017 season. The year-in-review of the Brewers minor league teams continues with Brew Crew Ball's Brad Ford. Brad will look back at the seasons of both the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers and the Carolina Mudcats.
As the Brewers take 3 of 4 from the NL East leading Washington Nationals, they are closing in on a wild card position while staying in contention for the division title. Is it more likely that the Brewers can make the post-season as a division winner or a wild card? Matt Pauley examines that topic and more. Matt will be joined by The Brewer Nation's Adam Rygg. Carolina Mudcats broadcaster Greg Young joins Matt to review the 2017 Mudcats campaign.
Raleigh Real Estate Podcast with Greg Ismay
Are you looking for something fun and different to do here in Raleigh? I have a list of great venues and activities for you today. Selling a home? Get a free home value report Buying a home? Search all homes for sale There are a lot of great things to do in our area, so if you get an itch to go out, here are a few different places for you to check out: First, make sure to visit the Koka Booth Ampitheatre for weekly movies on the lawn and weekly concerts, which include country music, bluegrass, and rock and roll. They even host the North Carolina symphony on occasion. The art museum also features weekly movies on the lawn and concerts. Speaking of music, North Hills has its annual summer beach series going on right now; you can check that out each Thursday night. In the fall, they will switch over to their tribute band series on Friday nights. “DON’T MISS RALEIGH RESTAURANT WEEK—EXPLORE DOWNTOWN AND ENJOY SOME GREAT FOOD!” If you are looking for some major acts, look no further than the Walnut Creek Amphitheatre. Upcoming concerts include Foreigner, John Mayer, Luke Bryan, Green Day, and more. If you’ve been waiting for a reason to check out downtown Raleigh, don’t miss Raleigh Restaurant Week from August 21st through the 27th. This is a great time to explore the downtown area and enjoy some great food. We also have some great professional sports. From the Durham Bulls to the Carolina Mudcats, there is still plenty of baseball to see this year. Soon, hockey players will be ready to take the ice. North Carolina is a college sports mecca, with Duke and North Carolina football teams getting ready to take the field. After that comes basketball. So, all throughout the year, we have some real quality sports teams to watch. When it comes to art, culture, and museums, there are a lot of great venues to consider: • The UNC Arboretum • The UNC Playmakers Repertory Theatre Company • The Duke Art Museum • The North Carolina Museum of Art • The North Carolina Museum of Life and Science in Durham • The North Carolina History Museum • The Carolina Ballet • The North Carolina State Assembly Legislature • The Governor’s Mansion • That is just a brief rundown of some very interesting venues and great places to go for inexpensive entertainment here in the area. If you have any questions about what it’s like to live in Raleigh or would like to learn more about our local real estate market, just give me a call or send me an email. I would be happy to help you!
As the Brewers continue to sit in 1st place in the NL Central, more questions are being asked about what this team will do to help bolster a potential playoff run. Will they go acquire more major league talent in trades? Will they insert Josh Hader into the starting rotation? Matt Pauley addresses those questions and more in this week's episode. BP Milwaukee contributor Jack Moore joins the conversation. Matt also gets an inside look on the Carolina Mudcats from their broadcaster, Greg Young.
Lane Grindle produces Episode 85 from the home of the Carolina Mudcats as he chats with Lucas Erceg. Monthly chat with David Stearns.
What a week it was for the Brewers as they go 5-1 during a 6-game home stand and sweep the New York Mets in dramatic fashion. The week also features Ryan Braun going on the disabled list and inconsistent starting pitching. Host Matt Pauley looks back at the week that was and gets help from Adam Rygg of "The Brewer Nation" and "FanRag Sports". The Brewers Single-A affiliate in the Carolina League is the "Carolina Mudcats". They currently have 10 of the organization's top 30 prospects on the roster. Matt gets an update on the Mudcats from play-by-play voice Greg Young.
The Brewers are one month into the season and have a .500 record. It's a good time to look back at the season up to this point. Matt Pauley gives you his take on where the team is at and also gets the thoughts of Adam Rygg from "The Brewer Nation". Three weeks into the minor league season, it's also a good time to look back on what the future Brewers are doing. Brad Ford from "Disciples of Uecker" and "Brew Crew Ball" joins Matt to do a thorough review of the Brewers' minor league system.
One week into the Brewers season, Matt Pauley looks back at the way the team played during their first seven games and gets the thoughts of Brew Crew Ball Managing editor Kyle Lesniewski. Matt also chats with Carolina Mudcats broadcaster Greg Young as the new Brewers Carolina league affiliate begins their season.
Spring Training is in full gear and so is the World Baseball Classic. Matt looks at the story lines of the past week from Arizona and also checks in on the various Brewers playing in the WBC. Brad Ford from "Disciples of Uecker" stops by and Matt goes in-depth on some of the top prospects with Bobby DeMuro of "Baseball Census".
Brewers spring training is underway. Matt is joined by "Brew Crew Ball" managing editor Kyle Lesniewski to preview the 2017 season. Matt is also joined by Greg Young, the voice of the Carolina Mudcats, who will serve as the Brewers' High-A affiliate for the first season. Matt also looks back at the week that was with his headlines of the week.
Drunk Sportfan - Small Town Funny
Eric and Aaron are wrapping up with Don Sill at the 5-County Stadium, home of the Carolina Mudcats baseball team. We get to spend some time lamenting the sports moment we realized we were getting old.
Drunk Sportfan - Small Town Funny
Eric and Aaron sit down for another half hour with Don Sill of the Carolina Mudcats to discuss what needs fixing in baseball and hockey.
Drunk Sportfan - Small Town Funny
Eric and Aaron are fortunate enough to be on location at Five County Stadium in Zebulon, NC with director of In-Game Entertainment, Don Sill. Ever wonder who decides all the wonderful production choices at the ball park? Don is your guy. We get a very cool guided tour of the Stadium.
Tyler and Jake interview Dan Radison, the Corpus Christi Hooks' hitting coach, to discuss top Astros prospect Carlos Correa as well as the other precocious Houston hitters Radison has mentored. Tyler also considers the danger of Minor League bus rides in the wake of the Carolina Mudcats crash, Ben Hill joins with his crookedest number of the week and the guys have the latest on the most important storylines in Minor League Baseball.
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This week, special guest and current Minor League Baseball correspondent Will Privette joined me to talk about the Carolina Mudcats in addition to the life of a minor leaguer among other things. Mike Ferrin of MLB Network Radio also dropped by and so did MiLB.com's Brian Moynahan to talk about the New York Penn League. Have a listen!
Redleg Nation Radio: A Cincinnati Reds Podcast
Chad discusses the ongoing Joey Votto and Edwin Encarnacion sagas, plus takes a look at Dusty Baker's unique lineups, and reviews the Reds' top draft picks from this week's MLB Draft. Also, Bill Lack talks with Logan Parker of the Carolina Mudcats, the Reds AA affiliate, for an update on things on the road to … Continue reading →