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(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the fourth hour by continuing their conversation on the Red Sox dropping Game 5, the fan who caught Rafael Devers' broken bat, and Zo's experience at Fenway Park. (11:23) We take a call on how the Patriots can utilize Jonnu Smith in a better way, before looking back on Zo's Pesky's Pole misunderstanding and Mr. Kennedy offers his thoughts on “Your Love”. (23:12) The guys touch on Tuukka Rask fanboys, Gunner Olszewski's usage, and the odds of Red Sox coming back in the ALCS. (34:37) Today's Takeaways.
Kennedy discusses Facebook's name change and the "metaverse", Karson thinks Adele is the most universally loved artist, Annie wants to play F / Marry / Kill and Producer Dan is mad at Fenway Park seats. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Do you feel like you need to have all of the answers? Let me tell you, that way of thinking slowed me down early in my career. I got to spend some time with Marcell Bhangoo, Senior Vice President Client & Sponsor Services for the Boston Red Sox and she talks about some great topics that will make you pause and assess your approach like why she believes if you have all the answers you are doing it wrong. Listen in as we talk about that and What it was like being a manager for the first time and managing people close to her age The framework she used for getting promoted and getting paid her value (spoiler alert: it works!) Why she cried after a conversation with her boss about coming back from maternity leave What it was like having difficult conversations that she knew she had to have And you know there is so much more! Connect with Jahaan: Learn more about working with Jahaan and see if it's the right fit for you: https://JahaanBlakeAppointmentScheduling.as.me/LetsTalk Join Jahaan's VIP Email List: https://bit.ly/3yccwAP Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jahaanblake/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://jahaanblake.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jahaanblake/ Connect with Marcell: Email: email@example.com Marcell Bhangoo was named Vice President/Client Services in 2013. In her role, she oversees sponsor services and premium services at Fenway Park, including all season suite holders, EMC Club members, State Street Pavilion Club members, and dugout seat holders. Bhangoo also manages relationships with Red Sox limited partners. Entering her 20th season with the Red Sox, Bhangoo previously held the title of Director of Client Services, and managed the ticket office, ticket sales, and the ticket services teams. During her time as Ticket Services Manager, she played a vital role in structuring organization-wide customer service efforts. Bhangoo began her tenure with the Red Sox in 1998 as an intern in the premium service areas of Fenway Park. Bhangoo was a founding member of the Boston Red Sox Diversity Committee which works to promote diversity within and outside the organization. She also served as a founding member of the Whittier Street Health Center Foundation Board in 2011. In addition, Bhangoo is an active committee member of Room to Grow, a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of babies born into poverty. She recently joined the Executive Council for WGBH. A graduate of Simmons College, Bhangoo resides with her husband, Raj, and daughters, Emma and Maia in Wellesley, MA.
Aram and Peter are incredibly excited for entirely different reasons, but it's all about Game 5 of Astros vs. Red Sox. They talk about what it was like to be at Fenway Park while fully recapping the game. The Braves just blitzed the Dodgers to take a 3-1 series lead. WHY CAN'T THE BRAVES DO IT? Watch full episodes on Youtube (Like + Subscribe): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFqpzwtbGykGiJw2WGhQTxw Check out our website: https://www.justbaseball.com/ Follow Just Baseball on TikTok and Instagram: @justbaseballfans Personal Twitters: @peterappel23, @aramleighton8 New Post-Season T-Shirt: https://pillboxbatco.com/products/just-baseball-t-shirt-navy?_pos=1&_sid=43b6ae6f3&_ss=r Check out the Just Baseball Collection of T-Shirts on BreakingT: https://breakingt.com/collections/just-baseball Please leave a five-star review and a written note if you enjoy the Just Baseball Show on Apple Podcasts!
It's been a couple weeks at this point, but the Yankees' 2021 season is over. It lasted just one game longer than the rest of the American League playoff field, as the Red Sox clobbered them in the Wild Card Game at Fenway Park. It was a bummer, but of course not all that surprising given how the year had progressed. Kunj and Andrew didn't return to just talk about the Wild Card loss, though. The big news from yesterday was that Aaron Boone would be returning to the Yankees' managerial helm in 2022 on a new three-year contract, albeit without his hitting coaches and Phil Nevin. Regardless of how frustrating the Yankees looked in 2021, this always appeared to be the most likely conclusion. Hal Steinbrenner and Brian Cashman seemed too fond of Boone to let him go. The hosts work through their thoughts on the non-move & coaching updates, roll eyes at some of Steinbrenner and Cashman's comments, discuss the injury updates (Aaron Hicks comeback szn?), and muse on some of the front office concerns. It does sound like the Yankees will be pursuing a shortstop in free agency, and though the field isn't great, Gary Sánchez's days behind the plate might be numbered. Finally, we wrap things up with a salute to the retiring announcer Ken Singleton and our Yankees & Mitres of the Season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On a Tuesday edition of Betting Across America, hosts Mike Pritchard and Josh Appelbaum recap Josh's trip to Fenway Park for ALCS Game 3 and preview Game 4 of the series with former New York Yankee Josh Towers! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Hour 2: Rob Bradford joins and talks about the experience at Fenway Park last night. Ken and Greg debate if Alex Cora was right or wrong for yelling at ERod after pointing at his wrist after striking out Carlos Correa. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(0:00) A listener went out and got some Drunken Red Sox recaps following the Red Sox game 3 win over the Astros. (17:13) Apparently Fenway Park is a new player in the ALCS according to the television broadcast? (34:23) Is the return of Matt Patricia the reason the Patriots defense is struggling in 2021?
Chris is at Fenway Park all week with the Red Sox in the ALCS. Go Sox! And Rob is headed out of town to Philly for Topgolf meetings. With all that, we figured we'd try something new. WE are reaching into the Front Office Features Vault and re-sharing our discussion with Sam Kennedy, the President and CEO of the Boston Red Sox. Sam gave phenomenal advice on getting your career started and what he looks for when adding to the Front Office of the Boston Red Sox. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the third hour by diving into the Patriots coaching shortcomings against the Cowboys. (14:06) We touch on the ALCS returning to Fenway Park with the Red Sox and Astros tied at 1-1. (24:10) Calls come in on the talent difference between the Patriots and Cowboys and a key penalty in the game. (29:37) We react to the top highlights and soundbites from the sixth Sunday in the NFL with this edition of “Sounds of Sunday”.
With Game 3 of the ALCS on tap at Fenway, Jeff Blair and Kevin Barker are joined by WEEI's Lou Merloni to discuss how the cold weather could potentially impact this game, Kiké Hernández's defence as well as his stellar offence, what's going on with Rafael Devers at the plate, and Eduardo Rodriguez's aggressive mindset paying […]
Umpire Gabe Morales punched Wilmer Flores out on a check swing to end the Giants season, and Will Middlebrooks is fired up about it. Is it the worst call in playoff history? Danny and Will also discuss throwing out the first pitch in Boston and preview the ALCS and NLCS. (0:50) Throwing out the first pitch at Fenway Park ... (3:46) What Will told Xander Bogaerts after the ALDS ... (8:30) Could we see a Will Middlebrooks comeback attempt? ... (12:15) More nerve-racking: playing in the World Series or throwing a first pitch? ... (13:10) Wilmer Flores and the Giants got screwed ... (19:41) Astros-Red Sox ALCS series preview, pitching matchups ... (21:47) Loudest ballpark in MLB? ... (25:22) Braves-Dodgers NLCS series preview ... (28:06) Best rivalry in baseball? ... (30:45) Danny's surprise Dodger call ... (30:59) Why did the Cardinals fire manager Mike Shildt? ... (34:30) LCS predictions
Scott and Eben talk to Sam Kennedy, president and CEO the Boston Red Sox, to discuss the team's playoff run, historic Fenway Park, and the franchise's role in Fenway Sports Group's sports, tech and entertainment platform. 'Sporticast' is a new podcast hosted by business journalists Scott Soshnick and Eben Novy-Williams from Sportico that will deliver the inside scoop on the intersection of money and sports. From billion-dollar valuations to team sales, sponsorship contracts and media rights, go behind the scenes on the deals that power the global sports economy. For more coverage and information, be sure to check out sportico.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
(00:20) Tony Massarotti opened up the show discussing comments from manager Alex Cora about the Boston Red Sox upcoming ALCS with the Houston Astros. (13:53) Mazz also talked about the atmosphere at Fenway Park. (23:46) Tony continued to discuss the comments from Alex Cora about playing down in Houston.
(00:20) Tony Massarotti opened up the show discussing comments from manager Alex Cora about the Boston Red Sox upcoming ALCS with the Houston Astros. (13:53) Mazz also talked about the atmosphere at Fenway Park. (23:46) Tony continued to discuss the comments from Alex Cora about playing down in Houston.
(00:10) Felger and Mazz got back into the Boston Red Sox and their expectations heading into their ALCS matchup with the Houston Astros. (24:20) The guys discussed the interest level in the Red Sox and the crowds at Fenway Park (35:37) The Final Word with Jim Murray
(00:16) Felger and Mazz continued to talk about the Red Sox and the fan's interest level in the team. (15:20) Mike and Tony continued to talk about the Red Sox ratings and crowds at Fenway Park.
Hour 3. Adam Schefter is exposed in leaked emails asking his editor for notes on a story. The group discusses how significant a home-field advantage Fenway Park is. A caller reignites the vaccine debate. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the third hour by discussing who else was part of Jon Gruden's emails and starting pitchers not going deep into games anymore. (10:11) Calls come in on whether the Rays ruined starting pitching, before Beetle gives an update on his tooth being fixed. (21:58) We go back and forth on how young the Fenway Park crowd was against the Rays, as callers offer up their thoughts. (32:22) More calls come in on the Red Sox advancing, the crowd at Fenway, and young people watching baseball.
Red Sox Reporter for MLB Network Ian Browne joins the show to break down Boston's series clinching win over the Tampa Bay Rays, the atmosphere at Fenway Park, and the leadership of manager Alex Cora. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 2 – Bucknell football coach Dave Cecchini says his team has been in a position where freshman have inherited starting roles instead of earning them, and Steve says the umpires got the call right in the Top of the 13th in Game 3 at Fenway Park.
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the show by discussing the Red Sox taking a 2-1 lead over the Rays in the ALDS after another magical night at Fenway Park. (11:30) We dive into the controversial call in the top of the 13th inning involving a Kyle Keirmaier ground-rule double that didn't allow the Rays to take the lead. (24:01) Zo tells you what he noticed yesterday afternoon that the untrained eye may have missed with “X's and Zo's” (30:09) We react to the Patriots barely beating the Texans on Sunday.
Steve interviews Sean McDonough(00:11:05) from ESPN and the Red Sox radio network. Sean is with us to discuss his new role as PBP1 on ESPN's coverage of the National Hockey League. Sean talks about his love for hockey, how he was considered for and ultimately landed the job, and what he needs to do to build his chops back up. Sean also talks about working practice games with his partners, his bucket list, and gives due respect to Gary Thorne and Doc Emrick. Finally, Sean talks about the AL Wild Card game at Fenway Park between the Yankees and the Red Sox. Sean called the game and talks about balancing three sports, the Aaron Judge play at the plate, and the early exit of Garrit Cole. Also, Rob Miech (00:51:37) from the Chicago Sun-Times joins us to talk about the rise of sports gambling. First, Rob and Steve talk about Steve's recent passion for Italian soccer on the international and club level. Next, Rob talks about writing about sports gambling for the Chicago Sun-Times. Finally, Rob and Steve discuss Bryce Harper and his lack of Championships. Steve starts the show with a hey now from his sweet guest host, Paula Bennett and they talk about her first few weeks of school. The book club has a new book and a strong maybe. The show ends with one last thing with Paula and Steve discussing their 80's wrestling entry in Paula's Trunk or Treat contest at school. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Red Sox just ended the Yankees year, again. The Balloons are dead. ENJOY THE OFFSEASON! Today we talk how accurate our bold predictions were for this do-or-die Wild Card game, Yankee fans being left speechless after their team once again did not make the World Series or even come close, Cora being miles better than Aaron Boone, how the Yankees don't scare anyone anymore and haven't for a long time, the idiocy of Aaron Judge bringing a boom box back to Fenway, how much motivation the Sox got by knowing the Yankees chose to face them over other teams in a potential tiebreaker scenario, a full breakdown of that perfect relay play by Kiké and Bogie to gun down Judge at the plate, if Eovaldi got pulled too fast, Gerrit Cole completely folding in another big moment, the laughable radio and TV calls of that Giancarlo Stanton single, a recap of the Barstool Sportsbook livestream of the game, Xander coming up big when they need him most, Steve's #RallyCups efforts at Fenway Park paying off, Verdugo's huge 2-RBI hit summing him up perfectly, a legit debate on who deserves the Klark's Ketchup MVP for this game, a series lookahead to this big ALDS matchup with the Rays and much more! Enjoy and Daaaaaaaaaaa Jankees Lose!
(00:00) Elaine isn't happy when Fred and Rich don't talk about sports. (17:24) Yankees announcer John Sterling, utterly baffled by Giancarlo Stanton's single off the Green Monster, botched the radio call. Fred believes Sterling shouldn't be calling games anymore (28:19) Nick was outside Fenway Park before last night's AL Wild Card game to ask Red Sox fans. Plus, more info about the Urban Meyer situation. BREAKING NEW: Patriots release Stephon Gilmore. Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub
(00:00-21:55) – Today's Tuesday edition of the Dan Dakich Show kicks off with regular show producer Jimmy Cook joining from Florida to share what he would like to see from the Yankees tonight in their Wild Card game against the Red Sox. Head Coach Tom Allen of the Indiana Hoosiers also joins Dan in the opening segment of today's show to recap the team's loss at Penn State, explains how the coaching staff is accessing the offense, and updates the status of Michael Penix Jr. (21:55-33:30) – Following the opening segment, Dan addresses the Urban Meyer news from this weekend, takes a call about how he feels about the Chicago Cubs future, and gives an update on the name of his new show with Outkick. (33:30-39:09) – As we round out the first hour of today's show, Dan receives a call from a woman to give her perspective on the Urban Meyer situation and gives a couple different situations that could have made it worse. (39:09-59:28) – Writer for BaltimoreRavens.com in Clifton Brown to give his take on John Harbaugh's decision to have Lamar Jackson run for five yards to end the game, how people don't realize how smart of a runner Lamar is, and how good the weapons around him are. (59:28-1:14:14) – Dan comes back from break and celebrates his third consecutive win in Dan vs Fan, how he loves seeing playoff baseball games on TV at Yankee Stadium or Fenway Park, and receives a question from a caller on where the two Pacer rookies fit in with this team. (1:14:14-1:20:06) – Hour number two concludes with Dan sending his condolences to two families who lost someone that he knew from his childhood and a loyal listener that often interacted with Dan. (1:20:06-1:42:49) – The final hour of the show starts with Dan announcing that he is all in on Justin Herbert, receives a question from a caller as to how long it'll be before IU basketball is back to their roots, and a question about his bike's program. (1:42:49-1:55:09) – The Dean Mike Chappell of FOX59 and CBS4 makes his weekly appearance on the Dan Dakich Show to share his thoughts on the Colts win, how the Colts might approach trying to contain Lamar Jackson, and labels the pass rush as the main factor into beating Baltimore. (1:55:09-1:58:11) – The Dan Dakich Show closes out on a Tuesday with Dan announcing the Indiana Grand ROTD winner and producer Eddie Garrison gives a couple picks that he like's in tonight's AL Wild Card game between the Yankees and Red Sox. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(00:00) Last night's Monday Night Football game between the Chargers and Raiders was delayed due to lightning. Fred believes Howard Stern in his prime was better than any TV show or movies. (13:14) WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT: Jaguars coach Urban Meyer said he apologized to his team, his family, and ownership after a viral video surfaced over the weekend that showed a young woman dancing close to his lap at his restaurant. The American League WIld Card Game between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees is tonight at Fenway Park. Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub
On this episode of Kickin' It With Keeler, Ricky gets you set for the MLB Postseason that begins Tuesday night with the AL Wild Card Game between the Yankees and Red Sox in Fenway Park. He gives you his thoughts on both the AL and NL Wild Card games and what matchups will determine who advance on in the playoffs. Then, Danny Vietti from CBS Sports joins the show to further breakdown the playoffs as the two of them looks at the known ALDS and NLDS matchups plus give their players and managers with the most to prove this October. Also, which job could be the most appealing for a manager: the Mets or the Padres (if Padres job is open). Finally, Ricky discusses the Giants and the Rays and their chances of reaching the World Series as a top seed and he gives his playoff picks and tells you who will win the Fall Classic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
BEERS: Jake goes first in a stunning twist: he's back at Bad Sons Brewery in Derby, Connecticut. Although most of the time, Bad Sons has failed to deliver on good beer, its new fruited sour Golden Ticket is righting the course. Fresh-off a trip to Nikki's Liquors, Will tries Synder Bier Pretzel Marzen, a new collaboration between Snyder and popular Northeast beer brand Captain Lawrence. BUSINESS: Just about everyone on the planet was impacted by Monday's business storyline. Facebook and Instagram both went down due to an outage on Facebook's servers. This comes with suspicious timing, as director of security Antigone Davis went on CNBC only a few hours earlier to defend an accusation that Facebook prioritizes “profit over safety.” It was the worst outage in over two years for a social media group. We discuss exactly what went down on Monday and give a stab at what could've been the culprit. BALLS: If you're a fellow member of Yankees Twitter, you are definitely a loyal follower of Nick Costanzo, popularly known as Stanzo among the Twitter community. We invite Stanzo to discuss Tuesday's big Wild Card game between the Yankees and Red Sox at Fenway Park. It's been a wild season, and somehow it produced the same results...both teams finishing with 92 wins and 70 losses. Now, it comes down to one game - one team will move onto the ALDS against the Rays, and the other is heading home. What do the Yankees have to do in order to survive and advance at Fenway Park tonight? We also discuss Tom Brady's return to Gillette Stadium and review our “locks” of last week. Thanks for listening! Remember to hit the follow button on Spotify, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Join the conversation on Twitter and Instagram. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beersbusinessandballs/support
This week it's just Jared and Al and they're talking Red Sox and Yankees at Fenway Park for the AL Wild Card Game! Will JD Martinez play through injury? What is wrong with Xander Bogaerts? Rafael Devers heroics! The guys also talk the last week of the regular season. Into the Triangle is presented by Couch Guy Sports
The Yankees did not make it easy. Oh sure, they looked like they might wrap up a Wild Card spot in due time after taking five of six on the road from the division rival Red Sox and Blue Jays. Then, they ran into the Tampa Bay buzzsaw and narrowly avoided a tiebreaker by winning, 1-0, on the season's final day -- thanks in no small part to the pitching staff and Aaron Judge's timely infield single. Now, they'll head right back to Boston for one more game at Fenway Park. With Kunj away, Matt Provenzano filled in again and joined Andrew to both look back on the hectic final week and preview the Wild Card showdown. Gerrit Cole will stare down the Red Sox as the Yankees' offense does its best to mimic its most recent performance against Nathan Eovaldi (and not the previous domination). Will Cole's hamstring cause problems again? Will the offense show up after a tough final series while also being down DJ LeMahieu and Luke Voit? If there's anything that the 2021 Yankees have proved to be true, it's that anything can happen. All we can do is roll the dice and hope that the season's still alive on Thursday at Tropicana Field. (Oh, and we can also do the Yankee & Mitre of the Week. As always.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's episode of Locked On Yankees, Stacey talks about the weekend but more specifically Sunday's game because that's the one that finally got the Yankees into the playoffs. The Yankees had a tough battle to deal with over the weekend because even though the Rays had clinched home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, they were still playing as if they hadn't and the Yankees had trouble on Friday, Saturday, and most of Sunday before they finally broke through and scored in the bottom of the ninth to prevent a scary Game 163 scenario and make it so things are still scary and they have to play a one-game, winner takes all game in Fenway Park against the Red Sox. Stacey marvels at Gio Urshela's play from Sunday and wonders if Bronxie is okay after the celebration in the Yankees' clubhouse. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's finally postseason time! Yankees and Red Sox at Fenway Park and it could be legendary! We breakdown the game and what the Yankees could be in store for. Be sure to subscribe, leave a rate and review, and follow us on social media!!!
Here we are. Of course it came down to the final inning of Game 162, but the New York Yankees are in the playoffs and will take on the division-rival Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park in the AL Wild Card Game. Do or die. Gerrit Cole vs Nathan Eovaldi. Winner gets a shot at the Tampa Bay Rays in the ALDS. Adam and Thomas discuss the weekend series against Tampa and then preview the one-game playoff which will take place on Tuesday night. Let's. Go. Yankees. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Red Sox have clinched a postseason spot and will host the Yankees in a Wild Card game on Tuesday at Fenway Park. Can you believe it!? Today we talk how we kinda called this months ago, the stress of everything that went down during Sunday's game, if we're surprised the Blue Jays season is over, the unusual situation of pausing the game for farewell ovations to Nats players while the Sox were mounting a critical comeback, how insane it was that Juan Soto had zero hits the entire series, how much credit Ryan Brasier deserves for the Sox being in this position, some very questionable umpire calls this weekend, how well Alex Cora managed specifically this series with the NL rules in effect, reaction to JD hurting himself tripping over 2nd base while heading to the outfield, having no trust in Ottavino at this point, the importance of #RallyCups this weekend, if we have any issue with champagne celebrations for just getting into the Wild Card game, the Sox needing to put up more runs in the first half of games, a big lookahead to this do or die game coming up against the Yankees and much more. GO SOX!
It took till game 162 but the Yankees have clinched a playoff berth! Very fitting for this 2021 group to take it to the last game of the season. Now it's the one game Wild Card matchup vs Boston at Fenway Park. Gerrit Cole will get the ball with a chance to advance to the ALDS! New York's #2 Sports Podcast is an Influencer Audio production.
Los Yankees en un final no apto para cardiacos, avanzan a la postemporada del beisbol de Grandes Ligas en 2021. En nuestro episodio de hoy, se celebra su avance y se revive el increíble momento. Analizamos además, como va a ser ese juego entre Yankees y Boston en Fenway Park el martes.
Kelsea Ballerini joined us in studio this morning before she hits the stage at Fenway Park tonight and we covered ALOT of ground. Including why a man in a giant frog costume was at most of her childhood life events. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
- This conversation was recorded virtually in April, 2021 -The many challenges of the pandemic including stress, anxiety, and isolation, caused an increase in mental health challenges for our Veterans and a spike in suicides amongst our military members. The recent triggering effects of the evacuation from Afghanistan and growing humanitarian crisis has made a bad situation worse and created a perfect storm of events that will require our clinical staff to grow to meet the needs of our warriors and families. Together, we have raised more than $1.8 MILLION – And we have a goal for this year to get to $2 MILLION! If you want to contribute any amount, DONATE here. THANK YOU!If you are your loved one is experiencing any emotional, mental health struggles, you are not alone and please contact Home Base 617-724-5202, or www.homebase.org To learn more about SFC Cashe and Medal of Honor click here.To SUBSCRIBE to Home Base Nation To learn more and connect with us at Home Base Nation:www.homebase.org/homebasenationTwitter,Facebook,Instagram,LinkedInHome Base Nation Team: Steve Monaco, Maureen Roderick, Laurie Gallagher, Karianne Kraus, Lucy Little, and COO Michael Allard and Brigadier General Jack HammondProducer and Host: Dr. Ron HirschbergAssistant Producer: Lucy LittleHome Base Media Lab Chairman: Peter SmythGoodnight Saigon, written by Billy Joel was played in background along with announcer and applause at Fenway Park on 9-25-21 as Home Base Staff and visiting military members walked across the outfieldHome Base Nation is the official podcast of Home Base Program for Veterans and Military Families, a partnership of the Massachusetts General Hospital and the Red Sox Foundation.The views expressed by guests to the Home Base Nation podcast are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by guests are those of the guests and do not necessarily reflect the view of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Home Base, the Red Sox Foundation or any of its officials.
The New York Yankees have SWEPT the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park for the first time since 2015 and Adam and Thomas have never been happier this season. Giancarlo Stanton is the king of New York. The Red Sox started this year with a 7-0 advantage and finished 3-9 to make the season series 10-9 in their favor. Joe West called a bad game ... but that's hardly the reason the Red Sox lost. There isn't enough time to recap this series. LET'S TALK! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Yankees played the Boston Red Sox this weekend in Fenway. They won every single game. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday all victories where they scored more runs than the Red Sox. It was glorious, it was euphoric, it was spectacular. Giancarlo Stanton now owns Fenway Park after an unbelievable series. The Yankees are now ahead of Boston for the number 1 spot in the AL Wild Card. Sunday night's game was ridiculous with dropped fly balls, dropped strike 3s, Tyler Wade not sliding on a caught stealing, clutch go ahead hits by Judge and Stanton, fire alarm delays. Oh yeah and our pals Joe West and Adam Ottavino had huge nights for the Yankees. We break it all down and also discuss a new way to fix baseball. Outro Song: “Want Your Love” via APM Music Library
Together with Sean Ulbs of The Eiffels, we had the pleasure of interviewing Jillian Rossi over Zoom video! Singer-songwriter Jillian Rossi dropped her strikingly powerful new single “Give Me A Reason,” a song that emphasizes Jillian's vocal prowess and her hopes to continue to cement herself as the next power vocalist of the next rising generation of pop acts. The 21-year-old artist recently teased the song on her Tik Tok, receiving over 1 million views and attention from Shaquille O'Neal, Paris Hilton, Disney Channel Star Skai Jackson, Tik Tok star Nick Austin and other celebrities who commented on her profile in anticipation of the song – gaining over 100,000 pre-saves for her 2nd song in a row. This makes her the first independent pop artist in history to accomplish this feat on back to back songs. Give Me A Reason within 48 hours has been featured already on Spotify's New Music Friday & Chill Pop, Apple Music's New Music Daily, & Amazon Music's Breakthrough Pop & Brand New Music – fully independently.“Give Me A Reason” follows the release Rossi's hit single “Fever Dream,” which has independently become one of the most viral songs on the internet with over 13 million combined views on Tik Tok and over 10 million streams across all platforms since its release on April 28th.“Fever Dream” was quoted by Brooke Reese of “The Chart Show” (on Apple Music/Beats 1 and Lyrical Lemonade) as “one of the most successful pre-save campaigns from an independent artist of all time.” “Fever Dream” obtained 120,000 pre-saves prior to release, making it the most pre-added song on all of Apple Music during the week of April 15- April 23rd.The song also made Spotify's Viral 50 Charts (#22 in USA, #26 in Canada, #32 in Australia, #34 in the Philippines, #22 in Malaysia, #35 in South Africa,) was added to 8 editorial playlists on Spotify including “New Music Friday,” “Daily Lift,” “Fresh & Chill,” “Teen Beats,” “Songs To Scream In Your Car,” “Everyday Favorites,” “Chill Pop” “next gen singer/songwriters”, & “Tween Pop (Radio)” and became #1 On Snapchat's “Viral Songs.”Reflecting on the song, Jillian comments, “'Give Me A Reason' is a song about a broken relationship that you know is on its last leg but you're going in and out of denial about it. It's inspired by a true story about a guy who moved across the country as we were in a long-distance relationship, and I begged for him to give me a reason for me to stay. This song is definitely one of my favorites and I feel it embodies exactly what I want to do as an artist, with the hard hitting anthemic chorus with the more emotional, ballad-like verses. The love I have already gotten on this song from Tik Tok and social media is insane. I can't believe I was able to get 100k pre-saves on two songs in a row, and this one even getting recognition from famous people I've always looked up to like Skai Jackson, Paris Hilton and even Shaquille O'Neal (which SHOCKED me). I am so excited for what's to come!”Jillian is a graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston and is originally from Long Island, NY. As a student at Berklee, Jillian performed Alicia Keys' “Girl on Fire” in front of a sold out crowd of 37,000 people at a Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park, and also had the amazing opportunity to perform an original song live for Long Island legend Billy Joel in front of a crowd with Joel comparing her to the likes of Taylor Swift.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #TheEiffels #JillianRossi #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!