Arash Madani and Jeff Blair are joined by familiar voices Ron MacLean (0:47), Dan Shulman (9:08), Scott Russell (17:33), Caroline Cameron (29:09), and Leah Hextall (34:31) as they look back at a wide-ranging amount of stories from 2021 and share their hottest takes for the upcoming year. To wrap the show, the guys catch up with former Blue Jays manager John Gibbons (41:03) to chat about the Atlanta Braves winning the 2021 World Series and what he's been up to during the off-season. 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.
Our guest today is Dan Shulman, a shareholder and attorney for the firm Vedder Price in Chicago, who's here to talk with us about making mid-life career transitions. First, though, are a few career-related stories from the last few days.
Dan Shulman, Jack Graney Award winner, joins the show to discuss the thing he'll remember most about Robbie Ray's season, Blue Jays rumours centering all around pitching, his Jays wish list, what Berríos' deal signals about the team's direction and priorities, and calling the same NCAA game as his son at Syracuse (1:05). To wrap, Blue Jays catcher Danny Jansen chats about what was it like seeing Ray win the Cy Young, catching a pitcher like Ray who throws two pitches most of the time, José Berríos' extension, Marcus Semien being a pro's pro and leading by example, how Hyun-jin Ryu prepares for his starts, and how Ryu pitched later in the year (24:22).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Ben Ennis and Stephen Brunt continue to break down the big soccer win for Canada with OneSoccer's Kristian Jack, who just got off the plane from Edmonton, to discuss this being the most talented squad the country has ever had (6:47). Afterwards, Robbie Ray is confirmed to have won the 2021 AL Cy Young award, and Sportsnet's Dan Shulman joins to react to the news, and what Ray could do for an encore next season. Dan also briefly discusses winning his own award, the Jack Graney Award from the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame (32:11).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 affiliates.
JD, Blake and Ailish recap the Leafs' 3-0 win over the Predators, and discuss David Kampf and Ondřej Kaše in a shutdown role and looking good defensively, the frustration mounting with Nick Ritchie, the confidence in the powerplay, and the team reacquiring Kyle Clifford (7:58). Next, Ailish runs down her A-List which includes: Dan Shulman being awarded the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame's Jack Graney Award, the WNBA's Asia Durr being cleared to play again after missing two seasons due to COVID-19, and the Packers' shares sale (41:10).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
It's Game 6 of the World Series in Houston. Jeff and Kevin talk about which team has more pressure on them, Carlos Correa hitting third in the Astros order, and how they wouldn't tinker with Braves lineup at all if they're manager Brian Snitker (0:54). ESPN's Dan Shulman joins the guys ahead of his call […]
Dan Shulman joins Buster to discuss the last time a team rallied from 3-1 down in the World Series, why the Braves still have the upper hand, Luis Garcia as a wild card and what to watch while Max Fried is pitching. Then, Tony Gwynn Jr. stops by to share Barry Bonds stories and explain why he thinks Bonds should go into the Hall of Fame. Later, Sarah Langs on her favorite Bonds stat, Freddie Freeman, the Astros' two-out offense and the last time a rookie started in the World Series on three games rest.
David Pollack, ESPN CFB Analyst- joins the show to talk about the latest news in College Football. Then, more NFL questions and answers. After that, Dan Shulman, MLB on ESPN Radio- joins the show to talk about Game 3 of the World Series.
Jeff Blair and Kevin Barker react to the Astros win in Game 2 of the World Series, and discuss Dusty Baker going with Jose Siri in the lineup, the performances of starters Jose Urquidy and Max Fried, the Braves having problems with the shift, and another big postseason performance from Jose Altuve (1:04). Dan Shulman […]
Voice of the Blue Jays and the World Series, DAN SHULMAN, joins the podcast to talk about game one of MLB's World Series between the Houston Astros & the Atlanta Braves. The three discuss Charlie Morton's leg injury and what that will mean for the Atlanta Braves moving forward. We also discuss the use of relief pitchers and how it changes in the playoffs - Why aren't the starting pitchers playing more? We also discuss potential lineup changes that Dusty Baker may have to make when the Astro's play in Atlanta as well as what Alex Anthopolis has been able to do to make the Braves one of the best teams in baseball on todays episode as we preview the rest of The World Series.
Mike rides solo as he recaps a disappointing home opener from the Canucks. Dan Shulman joins the show to talk about Game 1 of the World Series. 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 affiliates.
The group chats about Ailish's favourite chip, and debate whether it's actually good (0:54). They then shift to the World Series, and JD explains why everyone should be cheering for the Astros (12:08). To wrap up, Dan Shulman stops by to discuss the World Series, Houston's mindset with the team being cast as villains, Alex […]
Ben Ennis and Stephen Brunt chat with Dan Shulman – live from Houston ahead of Game 1 of the World Series – on Dusty Baker's Hall of Fame case, plus why he had salad of all meals while he's down in Texas (0:31). Afterwards, CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie discusses the impact of the lost season […]
Did the Canes go too far trolling the Habs? Tim and Jesse break it down. Dan Shulman (27:00) is live from Houston to preview game 6 of the ALCS. Best of the Week featuring Scottie Barnes. Alvin Williams (46:00) tees up Raptors-Celtics from The TD Garden. Faizal Khamisa joins live from Ottawa ahead of the […]
The team chats about Chris Taylor's heroics to keep the Dodgers' season alive, clutch athletes across all sports, the outlook for LA ahead of Game 6, and Blue Jays heartbreak (2:40). Then, Dan Shulman joins to discuss the Astros looking to punch their ticket to the World Series, his encounter with a young Ben Simmons, and […]
Dan Shulman joins Ben Ennis and Stephen Brunt from Fenway where the Astros and Red Sox are the most aggressive teams when looking for an “edge” (0:33). Later, The Star's Doug Smith discusses the NBA tipping off tonight, how the Sixers blew it by not trading Simmons earlier and why the Nets are just fine […]
Tim Kurkjian joins Buster to discuss the Braves' back-to-back walk off wins to take a 2-0 lead in the NLCS, the feeling of something special happening in Atlanta, the Dodgers missing Max Muncy, Dave Roberts bringing in Julio Urias in Game 2, Austin Riley continuing to look like the best player in the NL, MLB increasing housing support for minor-leaguers and the Yankees' managerial situation. Later, Dan Shulman stops by to talk about the ALCS, pitching injuries for the Astros, how Houston should handle its staff going forward, Tanner Houck and Nick Pivetta being difference-makers, and his free agency outlook for Toronto.
Dan Shulman joins JD, Blake and Ailish to break down Boston's ALDS win over Tampa, and comment on the talent that is Rays shortstop Wander Franco, how the Blue Jays stack up against Tampa, and Toronto's offseason outlook (1:44). 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 […]
Ben and Stephen look back at the Bills' dominating victory over the Chiefs, the Red Sox getting lucky and how Canadian Thanksgiving differs to the American version. Then, Dan Shulman joins us live from Fenway Park ahead of Game 4 between Tampa and Boston, the wild 13th inning and a rule that nobody likes. Later, Jay […]
Dan Shulman joins Blair and Barker to look back on the Jays' season and discuss standouts and surprises. They also chat about playoff formatting and touch on the AL Wild Card game between the Red Sox and Yankees. The guys then take your calls on a hypothetical Marcus Stroman-Jays reunion. The views and opinions expressed […]
Drew and Dan Shulman, [though he needs no introduction] play-by-play extraordinaire for Sportsnet and ESPN, cut through the lingering gloom of a postseason-less Blue Jays season to find the core of optimism for the future underneath. The two wax about if this was a successful season for the Jays; top off-season priorities; Robbie Rays and Marcus Semien's future with the organization, and more! Follow Drew on Twitter: @DrewGROF Follow Kaitlyn on Twitter: @kaitlyncmcgrath Save 50% on a subscription to The Athletic by visiting: theathletic.com/spinrate Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mike and Jason break down the official contracts for Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes. Dan Shulman joins us to talk about the Jays JUST missing the playoffs. 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 affiliates.
Blue Jays voice Dan Shulman joins the show to give his thoughts on the disappointing end to the team's season, the emotional equity the club has built up with the fanbase, and the team's growth over these past few months. Then Ross Tucker stops by to recap Sunday's Week 4 matchups in the NFL. The […]
Tim starts the show breaking down the Blue Jays loss to the Yankees last night before looking ahead to tonight's game with TV voice Dan Shulman (49:51) and insider Shi Davidi (36:24). Tim also sits down with Raptors head coach Nick Nurse (1:11:42) to discuss the team's postseason odds and his relationship with Pascal Siakam. […]
Mike and Jason welcome in Blue Jays voice Dan Shulman to talk about their series with the Yankees. Also, What We Learned. 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 affiliates.
Ben and Richard tee up the Jays-Yankees series with Dan Shulman (24:37). JD Bunkis tries to stay calm ahead of the big three game set with the Yankees and gives his confidence rankings (48:34). YES Network's Ryan Ruocco gives the Yankees perspective on the big series (1:11:17). Ben Nicholson-Smith offers his take on how the […]
Jeff and Kevin share their thoughts on George Springer rediscovering his confidence at the plate, signs of fatigue from Bo Bichette, and the Blue Jays' critical series this week against the Yankees. Dan Shulman stops by to chat about Alek Manoah's strong rookie season, the pressure facing Charlie Montoyo heading into the final week of […]
DAN SHULMAN, voice of the Toronto Blue Jays, joins the podcast to discuss everything Jays. The three chat about the recent injuries to some of the teams key players, who they will call up and who has to step up in these pivotal final 9 games of the season. We also talk about George Springers progression - when is he going to be healthy? - as well as what Toronto needs to do to make sure they secure a seat as a wild card. To cap the show, Dan, Bob and John talk about the inevitable contract issues that they will face. Is it too much to ask for to keep Robbie Ray AND Marcus Semien?
Tim continues the discussion on Kevin Kiermaier stealing Alejandro Kirk's game plan card and the suspensions handed down as a result. Renaud Lavoie (53:20) tells us if there is a chance Shea Weber returns this season. Dan Shulman (1:18:32) tees up the Jays series with the Twins. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are […]
Sportsnet's Dan Shulman recaps the Blue Jays-Rays series and shares his thoughts on Ryan Borucki hitting Kevin Kiermaier in yesterday's finale (06:05). 32 Thoughts' Elliotte Friedman looks ahead to the Maple Leafs season, Morgan Rielly's contract year, and players focusing on the present after another first-round playoff exit (49:22). “Pitching Ninja” Rob Friedman discusses the impressive campaigns turned in by […]
Mike and Jason lament the taunting calls that cost the Seahawks a win against the Titans. Dan Shulman joins the show to talk Jays. 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 affiliates.
Welcome back to Season 2 of Canada Hoops! The icon and proud Canadian, Dan Shulman, joins us to share his basketball story! Dan tells Matty how his love of the game began and how his legendary sports broadcasting career got started. From Western University, to calling the 1994 FIBA World Championships in Toronto , to TSN, ESPN and Rogers Sportsnet; Dan shares how his career has unfolded. Matty asks Dan what it meant to him to be named the 2011 National Sportscaster of the Year by his peers in the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association. And of course Dan and Matty dive into Canada Basketball and Canadian players. Dan talks about the recent FIBA OQT in Victoria and the heartbreak of Canada not qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics. And Dan gives us a great Top 5 of all time for Canada Basketball. Much love to the legend Danny Shulman for pulling up on Canada Hoops!
Ben and Richard chat with Dan Shulman about the Jays' incredible run and Vladdy's MVP chances (21:41). Sportsnet's William Lou looks at the potential of Scottie Barnes on the Raptors and where Goran Dragic fits into their plans (48:21). The Athletic's Lindsay Jones recaps the Monday Nighter and what to make of the Raiders and […]
Mike and Jason discuss the boom of Canadian tennis as two of our young stars are in the semi-finals of the US Open. The Jays are making strides in the AL Wild Card race in New York. Dan Shulman joins the show to talk about that. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those […]
Chris Townsend, Ken Korach and Vince Cotroneo preview the finale of the A's and Blue Jays from Toronto. They were joined by Bob Melvin, David Forst and Blue Jays broadcaster, Dan Shulman. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tim details the news that the NHL is sending players to the 2022 Winter Olympics. Nate Burleson (23:41) joins for a discussion on the best wide receiver in the NFL. Dan Shulman (52:12) tees up the Blue Jays weekend series with the Oakland A's. Plus, Canada's Men's National soccer team earns a draw in World […]
Good Show with JD Bunkis opens with a conversation alongside Dan Shulman about the Blue Jays' outlook for the remainder of this season and into the off-season (05:45). Next up, Joe Osbourne of OddShark joins to breakdown his best bets (41:00). For the full next hour, Kris Abbot of Coolbet joins the show to share […]
ESPN's play by play announcer Dan Shulman joins the show to talk about: broadcasting games off-site, calling the Watford buzzer beater in the 2011 Indiana v Kentucky game and the pressure of nailing big calls, G-League Ignite/Overtime as competitors to college basketball, UVA hoops, rise of Canadian stars in the NBA, Field of Dreams game, Toronto Blue Jays season, how to fix baseball... and more!
Tim and Jesse recap events from the show's 3-week hiatus. Nick Nurse (48:41) has a big Canada Basketball announcement and potential Raptors lineup details. Dan Shulman (1:13:04) tells us why Teoscar Hernandez is one the most underrated offensive players in Major League Baseball. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the […]
DAN SHULMAN, the voice of the Blue Jays stops by to talk some Toronto hoops and baseball with Bob and John. The three start the show discussing team USA's performance at the Tokyo Olympic games and how impressed Dan has been with Kevin Durant. We move on to the Toronto Raptors as the three talk about Scottie Barnes' debut as a Raptor in the Vegas Summer League. Bob John and Dan also talk about the Blue Jays and their pitching inconsistency. As the team makes a push for the playoffs, should we be worried about their lack of depth in the bullpen?
Jeff & Kevin look back at the Jays' successful weekend, what led to George Springer's big homerun, and if 90 wins is a possible target to finish the year (2:57). Blue Jays play-by-play voice Dan Shulman talks about the vibe surrounding the Jays and if he would look to sign Robbie Ray to a contract […]
JD is joined by Dan Shulman (07:20) fresh off of calling Olympic basketball where USA and France will meet in the Final before discussing the latest on the Blue Jays following their win over Cleveland: George Springer's hot-streak, Steven Matz' performance, and the contributions from around the lineup. Hockey Central's Justin Bourne (49:13) discusses the Maple Leafs' off-season […]
JD Bunkis hosting solo discusses with Mike Futa the selections Seattle made in the expansion draft and what mistakes they may have made (09:15). Next, Dan Shulman breaks down how important the next few weeks are for the Blue Jays and offers his thoughts on what players they should be targeting ahead of the trade […]
Mike and Jason welcome in Dan Shulman to discuss Canada's underwhelming showing at the FIBA Olympic Qualifier. They also dive into some Canucks offseason debates. 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 affiliates.
The voice of the Toronto Blue Jays on Sportsnet, DAN SHULMAN, joins the podcast to talk some Toronto Blue Jays and Major League Baseball. The three discuss the "Ebbs & Flows" of the Jays tumultuous season, and wonder how much of their issues can be attributed to their schedule. The gentleman also discuss the possibility of Torontonians being able to see the Blue Jays play at the Rogers centre this summer. We also get into the inconsistent relief pitching from Toronto this year, Alek Monoah's impact and progression as a player and the return of George Springer. The three also discuss the prospect of an electronic strike zone and Major League Baseball's recent problems with banned substances - it needs to be fixed... but how?
Dan Shulman joins Buster to discuss the conventional wisdom surrounding Shohei Ohtani as the early AL MVP favorite, the Blue Jays seriously contenting in the AL East, pitchers dominating the game, if the Dodgers are still the clear favorites in the NL West and if the Old School is fading in baseball. Then, Todd Radom stops by to talk about the Indianapolis Hoosiers for his Forgotten Franchise and to administer the weekly quiz.