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Un encuentro de grandes estrellas es lo que hoy traemos para ti. Fernando Valenzuela nos cuenta cómo conoció a Hugo Sánchez en "24 Horas" con Jacobo Zabludovsky, previo a un desfile del 20 de noviembre. Revive junto a Fernando Schwartz los recuerdos que han marcado el futbol en “Memorias de Schwartz”. Un podcast de futbol exclusivo de futvox. Encuéntranos en: Twitter: @FutvoxOficial Instagram: @futvoxoficial TikTok: @futvoxoficial Facebook: @futvoxoficialSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dennis Butts from the Poway Postal Annex (in Target Shopping Center) joined me to talk sports and it was so fun! Dennis is a huge LA sports fan, but he doesn't rub it in too badly for us San Diego fans.
En esta emisión de La Opinión Hoy, reacciones y especulaciones alrededor de Shakira luego del apasionado beso de Gerard Piqué con su joven novia; entrevista con el legendario beisbolista mexicano Fernando Valenzuela, quien comenta sobre los poderosos Dodgers de 2022 y el legado de Jaime Jarrín, Vin Scully y Mike Brito
En esta emisión de La Opinión Hoy, reacciones y especulaciones alrededor de Shakira luego del apasionado beso de Gerard Piqué con su joven novia; entrevista con el legendario beisbolista mexicano Fernando Valenzuela, quien comenta sobre los poderosos Dodgers de 2022 y el legado de Jaime Jarrín, Vin Scully y Mike Brito
This week we talk with Dodgers play by play announcer Joe Davis. We discuss his new role with Fox Sports on becoming the voice of the World Series.His forever connection to Vin Scully and sitting in his chair. Also Jaime Jarrin, Fernando Valenzuela and much more.
We welcome YOU back to America's leading higher education podcast, The EdUp Experience! It's YOUR time to #EdUp In this episode, YOUR guest is Fernando Valenzuela, Founding Partner of the Global Impact EdTech Alliance, YOUR host is Dr. Joe Sallustio, & YOUR sponsor is Advance 360 Education! What is the multiversity? How is Fernando literally building the University of the future? What are his thoughts on the future of higher ed? Listen in to #EdUp! Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! We make education YOUR business! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edup/message
En este episodio de Cronómetro, la afirmación de Jürgen Damm, nuevo refuerzo del América, de haber cumplido el sueño de jugar para este equipo y no tener el objetivo de volver al futbol europeo enciende el debate sobre si qué playera seduce más al jugador mexicano, la del club azulcrema o la de Chivas. Además, la llegada de Santiago Ormeño al Rebaño Sagrado elevará la presión del delantero por anotar, quien no tenía esa obligación, se discute, de hacerlo con Santos o Puebla. La llegada de Jaime Ordiales a la dirección de selecciones nacionales de la FMF hace cuestonar si el ex directivo de Cruz Azul será sólo una figura decorativa o si tendrá poder de decisión en el Tri. Además, la emoción por ver a la leyenda mexicana del deporte, Fernando Valenzuela, lanzar la primera bola en el Juego de Estrellas de Grandes Ligas aún está a flor de piel y con esa escena, la duda es, ¿por qué los Dodgers no han retirado el No. 34 de "El Toro"? Esto y más en Cronómetro.
Aunque confundan los con las #chivas y uno de sus jugadores valga más que toda la plantilla del #america el #manchestercity en #houston enfrenta a las #aguilas en duelo amistoso / arranca la #jornada04 de la #ligamx con el partido entre #chivas y #leon / el delantero de #tigres André Pierre Gignac es #antivacunas y por eso se pierde el #allstarsgame en #usa / Fernando Valenzuela y Alejandro Kirk protagonistas del Juego de Estrellas de la #MLB / esto y mucho más en #fanaticosdeldeporte
How to make a CUP SNAKE at a stadium? – Discussion about Anthony Davis and what to expect from him this season. Also, "Nope" is supposed to be the best of Jordan Peele's 3 movies John finds time to talk about the LIV Tour and Charles Barkley going there. Plus, Fernando Valenzuela is going to throw out the first pitch at the All Star Game tonight. Another edition of GAME OF GAMES as Sednao joins us. And we wrap with CROSSTALK WITH SEDANO AND KAP Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Deportres 20 de julio 2022 - Los deportes estan en www.deportres.com En el Deportres de hoy: La liga americana mantiene su jetatura sobre la nacional en el juego de estrellas, y el momento emotivo para el beisbol mexicano con Fernando Valenzuela y Alejandro Kirk, los Mariachis le pegaron a los Toros en la liga mexicana y seguimos con el playoff de la liga norte de México, toda la información sobre el fútbol de la liga MX, y los escenarios internacionales del balompié, y varias dinámicas interesantes en la NFL y la NBA, tu participación y ¡mucho mas! dale click. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/deportres/support
The Seattle Mariners have won 13 of their last 16 games, pulling them into a potential Wild Card contention. The Yankees are 110-52 in their last 162 games. Both teams are trying to make a claim for a playoff spot in August. Meanwhile, legendary Dodgers scout Mike Brito as died.They man found many prospects including Fernando Valenzuela, who changed the make up of Dodger fans. 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 BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! 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. LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONMLB. Athletic Greens To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/MLBNETWORK Sports Card Investor Download the Sports Card Investor App today and easily browse over 630K cards from every sport, with hundreds more added each week . Available for free in the Google Play and Apple App stores or go to sportscardinvestor.com/lockedon. Blue Nile Make your moment sparkle with jewelry from Bluenile.com, and LOCKED ON SPORTS listeners get $50 off purchases of $500 or more using code LOCKEDON. Find Every MLB Team Covered: https://linktr.ee/lockedonmlb #MLB #Baseball #WorldSeries Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode, the boys give a rundown of the career of Fernando Valenzuela. We apologize for how brief this episode is so we're bringing a bonus episode later this week. As always, please like rate and subscribe on your podcast platform of choice.
Jeff and Vince split up this episode but both talk about stories that involve the Dodgers' past. Jeff talks about baseball cards in movies/TV and the drafting of Rick Sutcliffe's brother, while Vince tells the story of how Fernando Valenzuela learned his screwball. Locked On Dodgers, the daily podcast about the Los Angeles Dodgers with hosts Jeff Snider and Vince Samperio, is part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Be sure to subscribe to Locked On Dodgers in the Audacy podcast app or wherever you get your podcasts, and come back every weekday morning and spend your morning commute with two of the biggest Dodger fans you'll ever meet. Thanks for making Locked On Dodgers your first listen every day, and please tell your friends! 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. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Just 20 years old, Fernando Valenzuela took the world by storm in 1981, becoming an international superstar and spawning a phenomenon with his screwball. And 40 years ago this week, Fernandomania culminated in both the National League Rookie of the Year and Cy Young Awards, the only time a player has won both in the same season. Mike and Bill look back at that amazing season and Fernando's long subsequent career. Plus, happy birthday to Dick Stuart and Adam Dunn!
In 1981, Fernando Valenzuela woke up from a nap and began pitching, and winning, sparking the phenomenon known as “Fernandomania” and almost singlehandedly repairing a fractured relationship between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the city's Mexican American community. As an encore, the 20-year-old from rural Mexico helped pitch the Dodgers to their first World Series title in a generation.
On the 61st episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by Dodgers, Tigers and Michigan State legend Kirk Gibson (06:55 – 01:10:01). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) for this week's edition of the “Opening Kick” (01:06 – 06:03). Morten talks about his amazing sports weekend – watching his Spartans in-person as they took down their arch rivals to remain undefeated, followed by attending World Series Game 5 between the Braves and Astros.We then move to our interview with Kirk Gibson, where he discusses a wide range of topics: his first impressions of Morten, and why he had big shoes to fill (09:19); his journey at Michigan State, going from a program on probation to winning the Big Ten in his senior season (10:24); why the Tigers were the only team Kirk was willing to be drafted by in baseball, and it's not because he's a local boy from Michigan (13:36); some of Morten's favorite memories from his time as teammates with Kirk at Michigan State (15:54); how they feel about the Michigan-Michigan State rivalry, and why Kirk loves Mel Tucker with the Spartans (17:29); the importance of positive self-talk (20:22); why he took losses harder than anyone else, and how that attitude wasn't accepted right away when he arrived in Los Angeles (24:01); why his iconic home run in game 1 of the 1988 World Series was only a small part of the reason that team won the title (29:21); the amazing backstory of his iconic home run against the Athletics (32:12); his thoughts on the 2021 Dodgers falling short of the World Series (39:32); the Tigers hiring A.J. Hinch after his controversy in Houston, and what constitutes “cheating” in competition (40:51); what he would do to make the game of baseball more enjoyable to watch (44:47); what his “moment of truth” was when he was at the plate (49:16); why positive visualization was important to him as a player, and remains important to him as he fights Parkinson's disease (52:25); his battle with Parkinson's disease, and the keys to why he's doing so well (54:59); and this week's edition of “The Name Game,” featuring Sparky Anderson, Alan Trammell, Fernando Valenzuela and Phil Hickey (59:49).Then we move to this week's edition of “Morten's Fast 5,” where our Hall of Famer makes picks for the five biggest games of the football weekend (01:12:03 – 01:19:24). Morten gives his picks for Falcons at Saints (01:13:02), Packers at Chiefs (01:14:27), Browns at Bengals (01:15:23), Titans at Rams (01:16:04), and Bills at Jaguars (01:17:23).Finally, we close things out with “Morten's Game Winner” – a weekly monologue from The Great Dane on his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, Morten talks about Bernie Kosar's journey, and how his resiliency through his post-football struggles has been inspiring (01:19:24).
What better time than the World Series to sit down and have a chat with Steve Wynn of The Baseball Project and The Dream Syndicate? Steve chose Cosmo's Factory as his album to discuss on this episode. In addition to breaking down the Creedence Clearwater Revival classic, he talked about wanting to be a sportswriter growing up (and how he is essentially living out that dream), his chance encounter with Astros manager Dusty Baker and what's in store for The Baseball Project, the Dream Syndicate and his solo work.I'd mentioned a Los Angeles Times video on the 40th anniversary of Fernando Valenzuela's rookie season with the Dodgers, and the phenomenon of Fernandomania that accompanied it. A segment featuring Steve begins at 2:20. Here's the link: https://youtu.be/IdoLjJpuYnsThere are lots of places where we can keep up with Steve's many projects. He is on Twitter at @stevewynn and on Instagram at @cultartist.As he noted on this episode, Steve maintains a Facebook page for his solo work, and there are Facebook pages for Dream Syndicate and The Baseball Project.Finally, check out stevewynn.net for more information on all of his projects.Al is on Twitter at @almelchiorBB, and this show has accounts on Twitter and Instagram at @youmealbum. Be sure to follow @youmealbum to find out in advance about upcoming guests and featured albums for this podcast.1:19 Steve joins the show1:45 Al attended a Dream Syndicate concert that was an important show for the band3:25 Fernandomania was key to Steve becoming a Dodger fan7:07 Neither Steve nor Al is excited about the 2021 World Series8:47 Steve had an encounter with Dusty Baker when he was with the Dodgers10:17 The Baseball Project's favorite teams were well represented in the MLB postseason11:16 Steve and Al remember the first World Series they watched12:55 Punk rock ended Steve's aspirations of pursuing a career in sportswriting14:41 The Baseball Project approach songwriting like sportswriting16:53 A Baseball Project update!17:44 Steve's first indoor shows since the start of the COVID pandemic were in Italy22:45 Steve provides an update on the upcoming Dream Syndicate album and tour24:12 Cosmo's Factory impacted Steve right when it came out27:18 Ramble Tamble influenced Steve's writing for The Days of Wine and Roses29:38 Ramble Tamble may have been the first anti-Reagan song30:16 Ramble Tamble was a pleasant surprise for Al33:40 It's not always easy to figure out what music influenced John Fogerty35:48 Steve appreciates when an album opens with a long song36:46 The covers on Cosmo's Factory helped Steve to learn about other music39:20 Cosmo's Factory has a lot of emotional resonance and mystery for Steve41:38 Some of the segues feel choppy to Al44:09 Steve found the cover to Cosmo's Factory compelling45:24 Steve found inspiration in CCR's version of Heard It Through the Grapevine48:49 Steve ponders why CCR chose to do an 11-minute version of Grapevine53:35 Steve cites his favorite tracks on Cosmo's Factory58:45 CCR did not frontload Cosmo's Factory with the hits1:01:32 Steve and Al are stumped by the source of a percussive sound1:05:16 Was CCR a commercial band?1:10:04 Would it have been better if CCR hadn't disbanded so quickly?Outro is from Halloween by The Dream Syndicate.
October 10th is rife with impressive baseball lore and history. Thinking of great plays, performances, and great games takes us back to when they happened and all the other cool related things any one date in MLB history might offer. We talk about one particular day - October 10th which has hosted season-ending play-in games, Playoff and World Series games. Of course many other dates in October offer the same which is why we LOVE October baseball! Please subscribe to our podcast and thanks for listening! If you have a suggestion for an episode please drop us a line via email at Almostcooperstown@gmail.com. You can also follow us on Twitter @almostcoop or visit the Almost Cooperstown Facebook page.
A pesar de ser el líder en la eliminatoria de la Concacaf, México parece ir a la baja en su desempeño, en parte, por el pobre nivel del futbol actualmente en la región. Además, David Faitelson y Eduardo Varela debaten por qué el Tri ya no puede darse el lujo de no contar con sus jugadores "europeos" y entrevistan a Mike Brito, el buscador de talento de Grandes Ligas, quien habla de las cualidades del mexicano Julio Urías y sus semejanzas con Fernando Valenzuela.
In episode #33, A.V. busts open a pack of 1981 Topps, discusses the significance of that set, and looks for rookie cards from that year including Tim Raines and Fernando Valenzuela.
Days before the start of Major League Baseball's playoff season, Latino Rebels Radio host Julio Ricardo Varela speaks with L.A. Times columnist Gustavo Arellano about the 40th anniversary of Fernandomania and the impact that legendary Dodgers pitcher Fernando Valenzuela had on the Latino community in Southern California and the rest of the United States. Featured image: Fernando Valenzuela sits in the Shea Stadium locker room in New York City, on May 12, 1981. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) Latino Rebels Radio is produced by Oscar Fernández of the Latino Media Collective. Music courtesy of La Plebe.
Fernando Mania was a huge in 1981 and the early 1980's - Victor, the Rookie Card Specialist, and I experienced it (differently) - however Fernando's RC situation is not as straight-forward as you might imagine.
John is back! and they go right into who should be the next USC Head Football coach. John says call everyone make them say no to USC! Also, is Kenley Jansen an Elite closer? Has he turned it around? How did he go from boos to Elite? Plus, WHEEL OF QUESTIONS- I f you are reading a book and found out it was about your life! would you keep reading to find out about your future? And Is it time for the Dodgers to retire Fernando Valenzuela's Jersey?
Rodrigo Vargas, socio fundador de Hero Guest. /Fernando Valenzuela, líder latinoamericano en innovación educativa, EdTech y transformación digital. A 200 años de la independencia, hechos desconocidos de la historia de México. Además, Mauricio Reynoso y Miguel Salvador Rodríguez Azueta.
The Trade Deadline came, and the St. Louis Cardinals acquired two of the best starting pitchers (of 2016). We discuss the moves for J.A. Happ and Jon Lester, as well as the moves the Cardinals did not but perhaps could have made.The Box Score of Yore is back, and this time we look at a series of games… the five starts Fernando Valenzuela made as a Cardinal at the end of his career, after being brought to St. Louis in a trade to add innings to a beleaguered starting staff. As for off day recommendations, Ben Humphrey suggests you check out the Sports Info Solutions Baseball Podcast (but only after you’ve listened to this podcast). Ben Godar recommends the Olympics highlight show hosted by Kevin Hart and Snoop Dogg. Get on the email list at cardinalsoffday.substack.com
This week we are joined by Erik Himmelsbach Weinstein and Gustavo Arellano from the Los Angeles Times to discuss the L.A. Times documentary Fernandomania at 40. Erik is the Series producer and Gustavo is the Narrator. We discuss all things Fernando Valenzuela, The Dodgers, Chavez Ravine and so much more. This is a must-listen episode if you are a Dodger fan. Please visit our affiliate partner --> TicketIQ for no fee tickets to Dodgers and all live events so you can save 10-15% compared to Stubhub or Vivid *Terms and Conditions apply --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Hablamos de de capacitación en las empresas con Rodrigo Vargas, socio fundador de Hero Guest. Hoy están en nuestra mesa de Terapia, : Fernando Valenzuela, líder latinoamericano en innovación educativa, EdTech y transformación digital | Además, Mauricio Reynoso, Doctor. Gral. (AMEDIRH).TERAPIA: Es un programa que informa de una manera entretenida y clara, sobre temas de actualidad en busca del bien común y conocimiento de la audiencia, consiguiendo que la audiencia tome consciencia y genere sus propios criterios a través de las conversaciones de nuestros conductores con los diferentes especialistas invitados. Este programa se transmite todos los miércoles de 9 a 10 pm, conducido por Karla Iberia Sánchez, Paty Betaza y Miguel A. Camino. A través de ADR Networks.
What you need to know! We've all taken a shot but they don't always land. Let's not get crazy Kap, Anthony Davis belongs in LA. SLK gives Fernando Valenzuela his well-deserved praise, the guys share what he means to LA and the Dodgers. Plus, big deal or no deal. And, Giannis goes down with a knee injury. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pat Taylor has lived his entire life bringing children to know God. He has worked as a Missionary, Pastor, and life long Leader for Kare Youth League. His most notable work was founding La Liga Del Futuro in San Felipe, Mexico. We discuss his journey through life and the many blessings he has experienced. Some fun random topics include his his fandom of the Nebraska Cornhuskers, Georgia Bulldogs, and San Francisco Giants as well as a great Fernando Valenzuela story. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/15mph/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/15mph/support
There was something in the air that night The stars were bright, Fernando! And by "that night," I mean "all of 1981." Today, we're throwing back to one of the greatest seasons in baseball history: Fernando Valenzuela's rookie year with the Dodgers! And as MLB.com reporter Jesse Sanchez enthuses, it was about so much more than just great pitching. Valenzuela was an international sensation. Seemingly arriving out of nowhere, Valenzuela became a focal point for the Mexican and Latinx communities--at the beginning of the Reagan era, no less. He seemed to top himself every start with a streak of dominating performances, eventually leading the Dodgers to a World Series championship. And with every shut out, he opened the door wider for the Mexican community to become lifelong fans and showed the baseball establishment that a Latin American could become the biggest star in the game. Click here to read Jesse's excellent piece about reliving the Fernandomania phenomenon. You can still hear the awe and excitement in Jesse's voice as he talks about meeting and interviewing his favorite player. Forty years later, it's what remains great about Fernando and baseball. Twitter: @KenSchultz_ @JesseSanchezMLB Insta: @kenthinguy @jessesanchezmlb Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
El mexicano de los Dodgers Julio Urías lidera a los lanzadores de Grandes Ligas en juegos ganados en la temporada 2021. Escucha el nuevo episodio del podcast Desde el Diamante con Enrique Burak, Toño de Valdés y Luis Quiñones.
There was something in the air that night, the stars were bright, Fernando!Is it finally time to debate if ABBA was low-key the greatest band ever? No. This episode Steven argues that Fernando Valenzuela is the most influential athlete of the 1980s. Brandi as is now customary, believes the answer is always Michael Jordan. Cue the crying Jordan memes!Joining the podcast to decide who is right is cultural strategist Karlos Gauna Schmieder (@anotherpundit). This episode covers the rise and fall of the Black baseball player from the Negro Leagues to integration to modern day. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bringreceipts)Follow Karlos' work:Website: https://www.arribanm.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/arribanmTwitter: @arribanmLet us know who you think won via Social Media:Twitter: @bring_receiptsInstagram: @bring_receiptsFollow BR Hosts on Twitter:Brandi Collins-Dexter (@BrandingBrandi)Steven Renderos (@stevenrenderos)Artwork & Logo by:Andrés Guzmán (IG: andresitoguzman)Beats by:DJ RenSong featured in this episode:El Jarabe Tapatio as performed by Mariachi Vargas de TecalitlánSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bringreceipts)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bringreceipts)
In 1981, Los Angeles Dodgers rookie pitcher Fernando Valenzuela uncorked a full-fledged revolution. Baseball, Los Angeles, Latinos, sports — none have been the same since Valenzuela dominated batters four decades ago. He helped to make the national pastime international, bridged racial divides in L.A. and gave Latinos a hero everyone could embrace. Even if you don't like sports, even if you're a Yankees fan or — heaven forbid — root for the San Francisco Giants, you gotta know about the legacy of Valenzuela's magical year from so long ago. It influenced many levels of American society in ways that still resonate today. And you gotta call it by this name: Fernandomania. Our guest is L.A. Times sports columnist Dylan Hernandez.More reading:Column: Fernando Valenzuela's lasting impact on baseball makes him worthy of Hall of FameColumn: The Gospel of Fernandomania: Forty years later, Fernando Valenzuela still a Mexican American iconWatch the "Fernandomania @ 40" episodes here
Teenage phenom, Bret Saberhagen discusses his magical climb from 19th round high school draft pick to World Series MVP by age 21!Follow along as Bret shares with us which of his three all-star games meant the most to him, what it was like “off the field” with the great Kansas City Royals teams of the 80’s, and how he managed to join only Doc Gooden and Fernando Valenzuela as the only three men ever to win the Cy Young before age 22.
Desde 1959, Jaime Jarrín ha sido la voz en español de los Dodgers de Los Ángeles, y fue él quien relató las hazañas de Fernando Valenzuela desde su primer día y hasta el último con el equipo angelino. La voz de Jarrín marcó una época para los aficionados mexicanos que noche a noche escucharon sus relatos en todos los rincones del país gracias a la Cadena Radial de los Dodgers.
Joel Henard and Will Carroll get you up to date on the latest news and notes from around the baseball and fantasy baseball world. Ronald Acuna JR is good at baseball NEW RULES AGAIN for Atlantic league-moving back the mound -- Anthony Rendon- Can he stay in the lineup long enough to help the Angels get to the playoffs? Bust or no? What are your memories of Fernando Valenzuela. 40 years later of Fernandomania still resonates decades later? Andrelton Simmons was placed on the COVID list after a positive test. Braves pitching injuries Jackie Robinson's legacy is being crushed by travel ball
We discuss the Blue Jays’ series-opening loss in Kansas City, including Cavan Biggio’s injury, and what to expect from Steven Matz against the Royals. The Los Angeles Times’ Bill Shaikin previews a hugely-anticipated Dodgers-Padres series, and discusses the 40th anniversary of Fernando Valenzuela’s rookie season. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those […]
Eight states are experimenting with cloud seeding to try to create more precipitation to mitigate the effects of droughts. Climate science reporter Chelsea Harvey discusses whether the technology is effective. And, "Fernandomania" was the excitement surrounding Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Fernando Valenzuela, who made his first start for the team 40 years ago this month. Gustavo Arellano explains Valenzuela's legacy.
En en el Deportres de hoy, la derrota de Xolos ante Mazatlán le cuesta el trabajo a Pablo Guede. Hablan Ricardo Ferretti y Víctor Manuel Vucetich. Los Padres siguen encendidos, habla Víctor Caratini; los Dodgers tumbando caña y recordando a Fernando Valenzuela, palabras del ¨Toro¨, increíble victoria japonesa en el Masters de la PGA y muchísimo más. Escucha a Carlos, Anuar y Tony con la mejor información al momento. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Fernando Valenzuela, es Lic. en Informática por la UIA tiene un MBA por la International Business U Miami, es un reconocido líder en Latinoamérica y especialista en procesos de transformación digital. Recientemente vinculado como uno de los 100 mayores influencers en EDTECH en el mundo por la Revista Edtech Digest. Fernando ha trabajado de manera remota desde los 24 años, y en este episodio nos comparte el valor de diseñar las interrupciones en el Trabajo Remoto y no dejarlas a la casualidad como pasaba en presencial, nos cuenta la importancia de elegir los medios de comunicación adecuados para ser efectivo en la comunicación, además hablamos de: La importancia de la comunicación efectiva y auténtica tanto oral como escrita. La importancia de reconocer las emociones que estamos viviendo en el Trabajo Remoto y ser empático con quien también las está viviendo. La importancia de tener un entorno adecuado en el Trabajo Remoto en beneficio del Performance de los colaboradores. El reto de la seguridad cibernética y de información en las organizaciones. La importancia de que los colaboradores expresen el contexto en el que desarrollan el Trabajo Remoto con miras a ser ayudados cuando éste no sea el adecuado. Además, Fernando nos recomienda: El libro de The Good Ancestor, por Roman Krznaric.
What you need to know! Fernando Valenzuela's number should be retired, let's make this happen! Lakers fans loved what Charles Barkley had to say! The Lakers play the Nets tomorrow what should we expect? Plus, big deal or no deal. And, LeBron had a message for everyone! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 135 (00:23) Florida women vaccine fraud. (06:00) Vitamins. (14:00) Ass Pimples. (22:18) Recurring Nightmares. (35:30) Fighting in your dreams. (37:50) Does sex sell? (43:33) Fat Boys are back! (46:39) Fernando Valenzuela rookie card. (59:12) Seeking refuge.
The history behind Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles is dark. A bitter taste was left before a left handed pitcher came to save the day in 1981. His name was Fernando Valenzuela. Thanks to Victor Rojas and Vincent Samperio for speaking with me. Support Victor Rojas' business Big Fly Gear. Check out Vincent's podcast Locked On Dodgers. He's really good at what he does. Information and sound clips for this episode come from the book They Bled Blue: Fernandomania, strike-season mayhem, and the weirdest championship baseball had ever seen by Jason Turbow, the Los Angeles Times, KCET, ABC, timeline.com, OurCampaigns.com, MLB Advanced Media, the Los Angeles Dodgers, Sports Illustrated, Jordan Mechner's award winning documentary Chavez Ravine: A Los Angeles Story, the exhibition "Dodgers: Brotherhood of the Game” at the Japanese American National Museum, and Baseball Reference. Our theme song and original music are produced by Alex Schmitten. You can support our work by going to anchor.fm/ourgamepodcast and clicking support. Tell your friends and family about the show, and subscribe on your favorite podcasting app, and give us a rating on Apple Podcasts. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @ourgamepodcast. We post pictures, videos and other materials that pertain to every single episode. You'll also get sneak peeks of the following week's episode. You can follow me on Twitter too, that's @SteveGranado. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ourgamepodcast/support
Durante el juego 7 de la serie final de la Liga Nacional entre Los Dodgers de Los Ángeles y los Bravos de Atlanta, Julio Urías se plantó en la lomita del Globe Life Field y despachó nueve bateadores para darle la victoria a la novela angelina. El triunfo, además del pase a la Serie Mundial, le valió al nacido en Culiacán, Sinaloa su sexta victoria en postemporada, por lo que rebasó al mítico Fernando Valenzuela, quien en su paso por las Grandes Ligas, tiró seis victorias: Houston (1981), Montreal (1981) , New York (1981), Filadelfia (1983) y St. Louis (1985). Lo ocurrido en Arlington, Texas abrió una vez más el debate, ¿Es Julio Urías el sucesor del ‘Toro Valenzuela o incluso ya lo superó? Nuestros expertos lo analizan en el podcast del Diario de los Deportistas. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.