Baseball that is played on the intercollegiate level at institutions of higher education
Podcaster, Teacher and Coach Joe Ferraro joins this episode and talks about: What comes to the surface in a normal conversation. The elevation of great conversation and the Third person involved. Everyday conversations turning into podcasts. Getting a free question with a guest. What 1% better sounds like to him. A movie scene that describes conversation. The real struggle in asking questions. Losing a former student and its impact. Becoming the youngest College Baseball coach in the country and the lesson he learned from the experience. The daily reckoning of doing the right thing. Being a more open communicator than his father. The intentionality of the 3 C's of Conversation. Conversation being playful. Connect with Joe on Twitter @FerraroOnAir and find the Damn Good Conversation podcast and the 1% Better Conversations wherever you get podcasts. Watch this episode on The Intentional Encourager Podcast YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/XcRcaUz-c2M
Sean sits down for a real conversation about why consistency is essentially the most important trait you need to have in order to be successful in anything in life. He breaks down real life examples on the field, as a Dad, and Husband, and the importance of just doing "something" daily to achieve your goals and conquer your weaknesses!
Todd is entering his 16th season coaching College Baseball. This upcoming season will be his first year at Tennessee Tech University. He is serving at the hitting coach and recruiting coordinator. Todd has coached at the D3, D2, and now D1 level. In this episode, we get into recruiting, developing hitters mentally and physically, 2k approach, and Todd's background. Todd and I will be speaking at Connecting the Dots conference December 3-5th in Knoxville Tennessee. We would love to see you there! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sean and Adam sit down to discuss the commitment players need in order to change who and what they are. Every player wants to be the next Mike Trout or Gerrit Cole, but are they actually listening and implementing to what coaches, teachers, and mentors are telling them? Everyone wants a Lamborghini, but majority work more like they want a moped.
Amateur Hour is back for the 2022 season and we're coming in hot. Arkansas Razorbacks infielder and PGAA Alum Robert Moore joins us to reflect on 2021 and the key to the Razorbacks success in 2022. Arizona RHP Chandler Murphy hops on to break down his pitching evolution and discuss the Pac-12 adding an inaugural conference tournament this season. Plus, we steal a slice of the College Baseball pie from PG College Baseball on SiriusXM to hear from Hunter Pence and Stanford 3B Drew Bowser.
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This week we are talking some college baseball with former college coach, Mike Rooney. Mike started out his baseball journey as a player at the University of Notre Dame. His coach at Notre Dame, Pat Murphy eventually got the head coaching job at Arizona State University and brought Mike along with him. In this episode, Mike talks about some of the reasons he loves broadcasting, why he loves college baseball, and some rule changes he is looking forward to in the future. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sean and Adam break down if there is such thing as the perfect swing. They talk about the difference between a Swing Coach vs Hitting Coach They also talk timing, contact point, launch position, barrel awareness; and that good Coaches don't give athletes and parents false hope. They have to be honest with every client.
The 2021 College Baseball season was a challenge for all parties, and no group of people were impacted like assigners. Please join CB, Trav and ENak as we welcome our friend and mentor Alex Skandalis. Alex is the Executive Vice President & CFO of United Umpires, which has two divisions - United Collegiate Umpires and United Travel Umpires. UCU assigns umpires in 18 conferences throughout the Northeast region, including Divisions I, II, and III schools. UTU assigns non-scholastic baseball in several regions of the United States. UCU is also provides premier umpire training opportunities through camps and clinics. We talk about the timing of the 2021 baseball season and the COVID-19 testing protocols, some rather unsettled game schedules, and reduced number of available officials. We also looked forward to what may happen for the 2022 college baseball season, and ideas about recruiting new, and retaining existing roster umpires, and the importance of training opportunities. United Umpires can be found at: https://unitedumpires.org/ We would love to hear from you. Please rate us on ApplePodcast, or send us feedback at: firstname.lastname@example.org , or visit our website for more information - https://www.strike3podcast.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/colin-brown8/message
The 2021 College Baseball season was a challenge for all parties, and no group of people were impacted like assigners. Please join CB, Trav and ENak as we welcome our friend, mentor (and boss) Bill Speck. Billy is a current Division I umpire who has worked a College World Series, and a former minor umpire, and assigns for 3 Northern California Junior College conferences. We talk about the timing of the 2021 baseball season and the COVID-19 testing protocols, some rather unsettled game schedules, the reduced number of available officials, and umpire recruiting. We also looked forward to what may happen for the 2022 college baseball season. We would love to hear from you. Please rate us on ApplePodcast, or send us feedback at: email@example.com , or visit our website for more information - https://www.strike3podcast.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/colin-brown8/message
Hosts Steve Parkhurst and Gerald Sanchez sat down in October of 2020 with Rayner Noble, former Houston Cougars player and Head Coach, and 2020 inductee into the University of Houston Hall of Honor. This wide-ranging conversation covers Noble's career from high school where he pitched on the same team as Roger Clemens, to his being recruited to UH by Rolan Walton, to his professional career, to his days as an assistant coach, to his tenure as Head Coach of the Cougars.
Sean and Adam discuss whether playing in the Fall is the right decision for you. Do you need more live game situations or do you need the weight room? We also break down the pros and cons of playing in the Fall. Everyone is different, don't get pressured to make a decision. Do what is best for YOU. Pitchers do your arms need more innings on the mound or do you need to shut it down? Hitters do you need at bats on the weekend or need to develop strength and bat speed before you compete again?
Solo episode today, as Carson shares with you why your Grades are the most important key when it comes to getting recruited to play College Baseball. Carson shares with you why your grades will affect what colleges you are able to attend and what to do to improve them. Carson also goes over your ACT and SAT scores, along with the minimal GPA Requirements to be eligible to play in College, and what the core course requirements are. If you have a question that you would like answered on the show or a topic that you would like to be covered, send Carson a DM to @carsonlee5, so that your question can be addressed on a future episode. If you enjoy this episode, be sure to share it with a friend and tag Carson on Instagram @carsonlee5 Enjoy! _________________________________________ Send me a DM (@carsonlee5) to Pre - Order my College Course on how to maximize the College Baseball recruiting process _________________________________________ Thank you to the sponsors of the show One Percent Athletics “ONE PCT BTR” shirts are available now at… Onepercentathletics.com/collections Use Discount Code “PODCAST” at Checkout for 15% off your order _________________________________________ FOLLOW ME! www.instagram.com/carsonlee5 www.instagram.com/onepercent_athletics www.instagram.com/onepercent_academy https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYYHZ5UIKckYB2sc0WSIXRQ https://www.facebook.com/carsonlee15 https://www.twitch.tv/carsonlee5 __________________________________________________________________ MY DISCOUNTS Arm Care Bands - Discount Code “Lee5” - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078YF62MZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_ep_dp_x4wPAbF8003H0
The 2021 College Baseball season was a challenge for all parties, and no group of people were impacted like assigners. Please join CB, Trav and ENak as we welcome our friend, mentor (and boss) Billy Haze. Billy is a current Division I umpire who has worked two College World Series, and a former minor umpire, and the newly appointed NCAA Director of Umpire Training. We talk about the timing of the 2021 baseball season and the COVID-19 testing protocols, some rather unsettled game schedules, and reduced number of available officials. We also looked forward to what may happen for the 2022 college baseball season. Black and Blue Umpire Camps - https://blackandblueumpirecamps.com/ We would love to hear from you. Please rate us on ApplePodcast, or send us feedback at: firstname.lastname@example.org , or visit our website for more information - https://www.strike3podcast.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/colin-brown8/message
-How the Orioles plan their hitting sessions on field-Training Dirty and Playing Clean-Deliberate Practice and Making Practice as hard as possible-Recruiting the Bigger, Faster, Stronger player vs the high ability high ceiling athlete-Summer Baseball differences in 2021 vs 2020 Covid and the biggest takeaways from the changed recruiting process
Check out Jack's interview about life as a collegiate baseball player on our Instagram @Sportsfinda. Jack is a catcher and outfielder on the Vanderbilt University baseball team. Socials: Instagram ➭ https://www.instagram.com/sportsfinda/ Twitter ➭ https://twitter.com/Sportsfinda TikTok ➭ @Sportsfinda Facebook ➭ https://www.facebook.com/Sportsfinda Business Inquiries ➭ email@example.com Website ➭ https://sportsfinda.com
How do you go about getting recruited to play college baseball? What camps or showcases should you be going to? In this episode I talk about how to evaluate yourself as a baseball player in the recruiting process and then how to go about promoting yourself the RIGHT way. Evaluating yourself. Do you love playing baseball? Are you thinking about how to get better everyday? What are your grades like? What do you want to do with Baseball? Play in MLB, Play in College? Power 5? Good education, etc. Be honest with where you're at. How old are you? (2022, 2023, 2024, 2025) What level of Baseball are you currently playing? · One of the top organizations in the country? · Competing against high level competition?· Are you dominating? Position player- Do you have power? - Patience at the plate? BB/K - Speed? (Baserunning?)- Moving on each pitch, - Arm?- Glove? - How do you handle failure in big moment?- Good Teammate Pitcher- Velocity - Projectible - Command - 2/3rd pitch that you can throw for strike - Body language when you don't get a good call. If you don't have a big enough engine, ie you are lacking strength (velocity, power, arm strength might be best to spend the summer working on those things vs. traveling the country playing in games. Promoting yourself· Emailing college coaches directly. - Make a personalized video to that coach (Xan Barksdale's idea) - Tagging college coaches on social media · Maybe 1 or 2 that you're really interested in- Showcases · PBR/Perfect Game - Camps· Can be a good thing if you're really interested in the school. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode we welcome on South Carolina Baseball player, Jack Mahoney. We start off with high school baseball, winning state as a freshman and playing with Cole Kmet. We cover everything from why he chose South Carolina and playing his freshman year during COVID. After the interview, we went into sports talk with recent sports talk. We give our talk of the Bucks winning the finals, Space Jam 2 review, and blue checkmarks blocking us. And as always finish with closing remarks and song of the week. Intro - 0:00-4:19Jack Mahoney Interview - 4:20-48:02Sports Talk - 50:14-1:15:43
Bo and Blake get into an interesting discussion on college baseball and some of the elite coaches and programs, and what Mississippi State's national championship has done for elevating them in that conversation. The guys talk about legendary coach Jack Leggett at Clemson, and the impact he has had indirectly on the SEC baseball landscape.
This week's guest talks turkey! DISCO TURKEYS, that is! A co-owner and President of Gameday Operations of the Carolina Disco Turkeys, Greg Sullivan joins the Lounge!The Disco Turkeys are a first-year team in the All-American Amateur Baseball Association (AAABA), and Greg talks about how the team came about! What led him to want to take ownership of a baseball team? What did he do before this venture? WHERE IN THE WORLD DID THE NAME DISCO TURKEYS COME FROM FOR THE NAME? He answers them all!Richey asks how they go about getting the players for the team. Since they are an amateur baseball league, where do the players get housed? In a year that we've gone through, Greg tells about the hurdles that come from that, and what they are doing to try and keep everyone safe according to guidelines.Sam brings up that they are in The Lounge, and they have the Disco Turkeys owner hanging out, and that SHOULD mean there should be SOME SORT of official relationship... Greg agreed! SO, the Carolina Disco Turkeys became the Official Team of the 500 Section Lounge! We have audio proof... IT HAPPENED, and IT IS BINDING... we think!The guys asked about game day. How busy has it been, up to the time of recording? What kind of promotional nights are there? DO FANS GET TO KEEP FOUL BALLS? Being a league with teams so close, how far are the road trips? The guys covered so much, it was just an amazing chat with the co-owner and President of Gameday Operations of OUR Carolina Disco Turkeys! Little Matt was on baby duty, so he didn't make it this week, but he will be back next week! SO, sit back, relax, & #grabalisten!Follow the Disco Turkeys on all social media; just search "Disco Turkeys," and BOOM, you will find them!Go to their website at https://www.discoturkeys.com/! See how the season is going, and ALSO visit the Fowl Territory Team Shop! Gobble up some of the great shirts, hats, AND JERSEYS they have to offer!
In part 2 of this episode we discuss the latest updates at the College World Series. NC State and Vanderbilt was ruled a no contest due to covid protocols and NC State not having enough players to play a game, therefore Vanderbilt moved on the final. After all the trouble and hard times in 2020 with not even being able to play in this tournament NC State was once again dealt with another tough way to end their season. We also make our predictions for the final between Vanderbilt and Mississippi State. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org As always be safe, be smart, and take care.
ESPN's Sam Ravech takes time to talk College Baseball, and he gives me his thoughts on tonight's winner-take-all between Mississippi State and Vanderbilt for the championship. 1:35 Ruston Regional 4:55 NC State run 7:50 College Baseball enthusiasm 8:53 Surprises 11:52 Mississippi State vs Vanderbilt Follow Sam on Twitter https://twitter.com/Sam_Ravech (@Sam_Ravech).
We discuss why you don't tell your girlfriend that you've figured out how to automate your job so you can just look at memes all day, the Longhorns beating Virginia in the College World Series, and Are You Smarter Than Jason Dick. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Episode 132: -Brandon calls in from the College World Series. -Kayce stands with Alex Caruso after his arrest at Texas A&M -Alston vs. NCAA happened...what does this mean for the future of CFB? -Should we be concerned about college football now that players will be making more money? -The Roughnecks weigh in on their qualms with the SCOTUS ruling. -Oklahoma has recruits posing in front of cars...really, really nice cars -Another Bevo story from Kayce. -We got into a fight with Barstool Ohio State....Brandon wasn't even involved! That and much, much MORE! +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Support us by supporting the brands that support our show. High Noon is our presenting sponsor. The Hard Seltzer is made with real vodka, real juice and sparkling water. They just released their Limited Edition Tropical 8 Pack with new flavors Mango and Passionfruit. Real vodka, real juice, for real fans just like us. Head over to your local liquor store and get some today. Hello Fresh - Go to https://barstool.link/HelloFreshWalker14 and use code walker14 for up to 14 free meals plus free shipping! Roman - Go to https://barstool.link/RomanWalker to get your first month of Swipes for just $5, when you choose a monthly plan +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 0:00: Intro 5:09: Brandon in Omaha 20:27: Texas A&M arrests Alex Caruso 30:42: Brandon calls into the show 41:07: Our fight with Barstool Ohio State 57:38: NCAA vs. Alston 1:26:06: News
Today on Another Dooley Noted Podcast, we're continuing the Adam's Rib Co. 2Go Mount Rushmore & taking a look at the best College Baseball has to offer. We'll have some Leonardo's Pizza of Millhopper Quick Picks and Three Things presented by Hand Law.
On a Friday Edition of The Jordy Culotta Show, it is officially hiring season in Louisiana. We get the latest from The Advocates Wilson Alexander, as LSU Baseball continues its search to replace Paul Mainieri. We ask why hasn't a replacement been named, and is it because the next coach is coaching in Omaha? The clock is ticking on the New Orleans Pelicans as rumors swirl around the unhappiness of superstar Zion Williamson. How far should the Pelicans front office go to placate to Zion, and how much of that responsibility should he want? Barstool Sports Ben Mintz is live from Omaha! He gives us all the sights and sounds from the breeding ground of College Baseball. What team does he have his eyes on to take home the crown. 0:00 - Capital City Soul 4:00 - Welcome In! 7:00 - Kirk Ferentz Slanders Will Wade - We Slander Back! 14:00 - Kudos To Scott Woodward - Master In PR 34:00 - The Advocate's Wilson Alexander // LSU Baseball 56:00 - Andy Cannizaro to Nicholls? 1:05:00 - Barstool Sports Ben Mintz: The King of College Baseball 1:15:00 - Omaha Nostalgia Tales From Old Rosenblatt 1:34:00 - Pop Culture With Nate Velasquez 1:50:00 - Top Five Bottom Five: Movie Dads
Bart and Charlie discuss pitching inside to hitters, college baseball, and big league stories with "The Rocket" Roger Clemens; And a good conversation with John Cohen on how Omaha presents different challenges than the regular season.
Update on the Super Regionals. The College Baseball Playoff is loaded with elite talent and it's so fun to watch. Peter had a 13-6 week. Feeling good. Top 10 SS: This list is stacked with most of the best players in baseball. Peter & Jack had to do most of the time on it. Can you guess number 1? Follow on Instagram & Tik Tok: @justbaseballfans Follow on Twitter: @JustBBMedia
On this week's Out of Left Field presented by Farm Bureau, we talk with Travis Chapman about his playing days at State and his work with the Yankees. We also look back at the 2000 Starkville Regional with clips from Ty Martin, Paul O'Toole, and Steve Stanley. Then, it's a look ahead to this weekend's matchup between State and Notre Dame.
It's Thursday and you know what that means: Time for a new Aaron Torres Podcast! Aaron discusses talk of a 12-team College Football Playoff (and why he hates it) and also shares notes from his time at the Pangos All-American basketball camp. Then he brings on Arkansas baseball play-by-play voice Phil Elson to tell him everything he needs to know about college baseball and this weekend's "Super Regionals." 12-team College Football Playoff? Pangos All-American camp notes: Aaron opens the show by discussing talk this week that the College Football Playoff will expand to 12 teams (3:30). He explains why he has finally come around to the idea of expansion (7:00), but hates a push past eight teams to 12 (18:00). He also recaps his day at the Pangos All-American Camp, one of the top high school events in the country (26:00). He discusses players that stood out, and why the "G-League" and "Overtime Elite" were all the buzz of the camp.Arkansas play-by-play voice Phil Elson previews college baseball's Super Regionals: Aaron knows nothing about college baseball but has loved the last week of NCAA Tournament play - so he welcomed on good friend, and play-by-by voice of the No. 1 team in the country Arkansas, to look ahead to the weekend (45:30). The guys discuss what makes a great college baseball program, the differences between college baseball and college football/college basketball (and why they're also the same) and also the biggest storylines heading into this weekend's Super Regionals. Included are: The rise of Tennessee, is this finally Arkansas' year and is LSU about to lock in a legendary coach?Today's episode is brought to you by ManScaped:If you're looking for a Father's Day gift, go to ManScaped.com for all the best products in the "below the waist" grooming category. Use promo code "TORRES" to get 20 percent off your purchase + free shipping worldwide.Today's episode is also brought to you by PrizePicks:Download the PrizePicks app or visit PrizePicks.com for a chance to bet real money on daily fantasy sports. Use the promo code "TORRES" to get a 100% bonus on any deposit up to $100.
Veteran broadcasters Bart Gregory and Charlie Winfield look back at the 2000 Starkville Regional with former Notre Dame centerfielder, Steve Stanley. They talk about the crowd, the big plays, and the memories from an opposing player in the dramatic regional.