Former MLB umpire Tim Tschida joins Chad to talk about the overturned call in the 10th inning Sunday that caused Twins manager Rocco Baldelli to lose his mind and get ejected. Tschida explains how the rule came to be, how umpires interpret the rule, and why he disagrees with the call that was made by MLB's replay official.
Former MLB umpire Tim Tschida joins Chad at the top of the show to talk about the controversial overturned call Sunday at Target Field between the Twins and Blue Jays. Later, Chad discusses some comments from Malcolm Gladwell criticizing the idea of working from home and how companies can best meet what today's employees want.
We talk with Former MLB Pitcher John Rocker, he is candid and gives a no hold barred interview of his career, also he discusses his time on the show "Survivor", how real it really was and talks about life after baseball.
Chris and Rob explain why Jim Harbaugh has the right idea when he says that Big Ten athletes should get a cut of the conference's television revenue (in addition to the NIL money they're already receiving), and explain why college athletes should look to unionize in the very near future. Plus, former MLB executive and The Athletic MLB analyst Jim Bowden swings by to discuss the Juan Soto trade market, what makes the New York Mets such a dangerous team, Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani's futures with the Angels, and much more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ramie is flying solo again for the Tuesday edition of the show and kicks off the show with the latest surrounding Deshaun Watson and his emerging suspension if any. According the ProFootball Talk Watson may be facing a suspension of two games to maybe even eight. Ramie breaks down how he thought Watson would definitely face closer to a one year suspension as well as how Jimmy Garoppolo would most likely not be a target of the Browns if that was to happen. Former MLB player and current analyst Cody Decker also joins the show in the first hour to discuss Juan Soto's ongoing negotiations and how Rob Manfred's comments on Minor league players being paid fairly is absolutely crazy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
FOX Sports Radio personalities Martin Weiss and Bernie Fratto are in for Chris and Rob, and the guys explain why it's clear that LeBron James was trying to send a message to the Los Angeles Lakers front office with his appearance at the Drew League over the weekend, tell us why they think it was smart to allow Clayton Kershaw to start for the National League at tomorrow night's MLB All-Star Game and discuss the likelihood that Deshaun Watson would really sue the NFL if they come down on him with a season-long suspension. Plus, former MLB All-Star pitcher Lary Sorensen swings by to discuss his own All-Star Game experiences, the 2022 Home Run Derby, and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former MLB player and MLB Analyst, Steve Lyons joins the showgram to talk on the first half of the season, the surge of the #Yankees and "glorified babysitters" - just wait until you find out who he's talking about
Host Bill Donohue opens the show welcoming Dale Scott, former MLB umpire from 1986 to 2017, about his new book https://www.amazon.com/Umpire-Out-Calling-Game-Living/dp/1496230442 (The Umpire is Out). Later Bill talks with the son of Gil Hodges, Gil Hodges, Jr..
Former MLB catcher turned broadcaster J.P. Arencibia joins Kevin and Isaac to discuss the following topics: The call-up of Marlins pitching prospect Max Meyer Teaching the audience baseball fundamentals during broadcasts Best memories from his playing career and why he decided to retire How he got his gigs with the Marlins Players who have exceeded his expectations in 2022 The case for Sandy Alcantara to start the MLB All-Star Game Where one of his favorite broadcasting phrases, “frozen pizza,” came from Follow J.P. (@jparencibia9), Isaac (@IsaacAzout), Kevin (@kevin_barral) and Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) on Twitter. Watch J.P. broadcast Marlins games with Paul Severino on Bally Sports Florida and listen to him with Glenn Geffner on the radio side. Full coverage at FishStripes.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Former MLB superstar Darryl Strawberry was kind enough to join 3 Man Front this Friday to share his story of redemption through finding a relationship with The Lord. Catch 3 Man Front weekdays from 10-12 pm on WJOX 94.5 and JOXfm.com!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
ABOUT THE ROYALThe Royal tells the story of iconic former Kansas City Royal slugger Willie Mays Aikens (Amin Joseph), whose promising career quickly turned disastrous because of drug addiction. Aikens, to this day a World Series home run record holder, was entrapped by tricky cops and ultimately sentenced to the longest prison sentence ever given to a professional athlete in a drug case. THE ROYAL is an intimate portrait of a man taking the hard circumstances of his life and turning them around against all odds, as he seeks redemption with his estranged family and friends (including George Brett), with baseball, and ultimately with himself upon his release from prison.It stars Amin Joseph (Snowfall), Andrea Navedo (Jane The Virgin), Michael Beach (If Beale Street Could Talk), Nic Bishop (Truth Be Told), and Dallas Young (Cobra Kai). The true story baseball drama will be released in theaters on July 15.Here's the trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7x6yY2SbA08AMIN JOSEPH BIO (FROM IMDB.COM)Amin Joseph's star is on the rise and he is continuing to make his mark in Hollywood. He was seen on the big screen in Paramount's film reboot of Baywatch with Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron and Priyanka Chopra Jonas. He followed this with a major role in FX's Snowfall (2017). The hour-long drama, executive produced by John Singleton, is set in Los Angeles in the 1980s and covers the early days of the crack cocaine epidemic. He also stars in the Shonldaland narrative podcast #MatterJoseph has been featured in many major films including The Expendables (2010) and Homefront (2013), both Lionsgate action hits written by Sylvester Stallone; G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013) with Bruce Willis and Dwayne Johnson; the film festival darling DOPE, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in competition and went on to screen at the Cannes Film Festival and Deauville American Film Festival in 2015; The Gambler (2014) with Mark Wahlberg; and Frank Darabont's 2007 horror film, The Mist (2007), based on the story by Stephen King, among many others.In 2004, he made his small screen debut in the action drama Rage and Discipline (2004) and his career took off from there, with over five dozen film and television credits in just twelve years. He reunited with Darabont for both FX's hit series The Shield (2002) as well as a recurring role on TNT's L.A Noir. He also starred in two Cinemax series, Zane's Zane's Sex Chronicles (2008) and Zane's The Jump Off (2013), both written by New York Times bestselling author Zane. His additional TV credits include appearances on major shows such as Sons of Anarchy (2008), Southland (2009), NCIS (2003) and CSI: Miami (2002), among others.His production company, Dark Energy Pictures, specializes in action, horror, and Sci-fi content spanning digital, television, and feature films. The company's recent film Call Me King, an international action thriller, embodies their focus on multicultural, lingual, and ethnic content.His charitable work includes time with the grassroots organization The Awareness Movement in Los Angeles. The organization focuses on creating content in order to facilitate a positive dialogue between local communities and law enforcement as well as giving a voice to disenfranchised voters in urban communities. He also volunteers with several schools throughout Los Angeles, providing scene study classes with a focus on African American classic playwrights.Joseph is a graduate of Howard University and a protege of the World Famous Apollo Theater in his hometown Harlem, NYC, where he interned during his youth. He resides in Los Angeles.
Former MLB pitcher Ryan Merritt credits a lot of his success to growing up in Celina, Texas. He said it created a work ethic and a resiliency that gave him a chance to live out his dream. On this episode of "Life in Celina," Ryan shares his baseball journey, which was highlighted by pitching in the 2016 ALCS for the Cleveland Indians. He also talks about how his promising career was cut short, and how the culture of his hometown played a bigger role in his life after he retired. #lifeconnected– The Little Wooden Penguin: https://littlewoodenpenguin.com– City of Celina: https://www.celina-tx.govMusic: Vocals by Jon Christopher DavisEngineered by Wextrax StudioMusic by Mark Metdker
We talk Marty about his career, his lifelong friendship with UFC President Dana White, and he sets the record straight on a few infamous rumors that we out there about his career. Can't miss episode!! To Book or Equire, email us at TheGearySteinStevensShow@gmail.com Happy Birthday Marty!!
Former MLB pitcher and NBC Sports California Analyst Dallas Braden joins OverDrive to preview the Toronto Blue Jays three-game set vs. Oakland Athletics, Toronto's injury-riddled pitching staff and who to target, Frankie Montas as a potential trade asset, the Athletics disappointing season and more.
On today's show, hosts Mike Palm and Amal Shah react to the news of USC and UCLA getting set to join the Big 10. Former MLB pitcher Josh Towers also joins the show to talk baseball with the guys. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former MLB player Elliot Johnson joined the show to discuss the fight that took place recently between the Los Angeles Angels and the Seattle Mariners, and how things escalated to what it did. Also, LIV Golf Tour members Brooks Koepka and Pat Perez spoke honestly about why they joined the LIV Golf Tour instead of remaining with the PGA Tour. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former MLB player, ESPN and MLB Network Analyst Xavier Scruggs joins First Up to chat about the Toronto Blue Jays walk-off win against the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday, Dodgers' Freddie Freeman reportedly firing his agents after 'emotional' return to Atlanta, the tight race in the AL East, criticism against the Red Sox and more.
Salk took the time to speak with former MLB players who had their own views and opinions on the M's/Angels brawl, plus a dissenting opinion that says the Angels were given no choice after Mike Trout was thrown at - intentional or not - the night prior. We revisit the earlier conversation with Brock Huard to hear him admit to "seeing smoke" that Baker Mayfield looks like he'll end up in Seattle before RANKED: Phils. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sportsnet's Joe Siddall discusses the concerns surrounding Yusei Kikuchi and Jose Berrios after their most recent outings, if he believes the Blue Jays would benefit from having a veteran catcher, and Toronto's crucial AL East schedule this week facing Boston and Tampa Bay (03:52). Former MLB infielder and current WEEI host Lou Merloni comments on the surging Red Sox, who currently hold second place in the division, and weighs in on what has led to their turnaround (34:22). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
MLB Network Analyst & Former MLB Executive Jim Duquette joins The Killer B's for a conversation regarding the Astros team and recent success. Our hosts asking him questions over specific players, situations & more. Jim ends off his interview with giving great insider details regarding the Astros & more.
In this amazing interview with special guest Endy Chavez who is a former MLB player that played for the New York Mets we have a very interesting conversation about his MLB career and his world renowned catch. We discuss his signature moment in Shea Stadium during game 7 of the 2006 NLCS to help the Mets move onto the World Series, he gives us a “day in the life” of being an Outfeilder for the New York Mets, and we also talk about how he used his crazy speed to his advantage when fielding and base running. Then we segue into what his path to the MLB looked like, what training he did to get to the MLB, and finally he gives you some advice at the end. Make sure you give this amazing interview a listen!
Today I wanted to share an episode from this past Veteran's Day where I expressed my gratitude and appreciation for my son and his service to our country along with all of the men and women of our armed forces who keep us all safe. When you see a person in uniform please thank them for their service. SAN DIEGO, CA - Former MLB player, Steve Sax announced the passing of his son, John Jeremy Sax on Wednesday in the recent military crash in Imperial County, California. John Sax, and four (4) fellow members of the Purple Fox family, died in the crash during a training mission near Glamis, California.“It is with complete devastation that I announce that my precious son, Johnny was one of the five (5) US Marines that perished on Wednesday, June 8 in the Osprey Military crash near San Diego” said Sax. “For those of you that knew Johnny, you saw his huge smile, bright light, his love for his family, the Marines, the joy of flying airplanes and defending our country. He was my hero and the best man I know, there was no better person to defend our country.” said Sax.John Sax was 33 at the time of his death and was a Captain in the US Marines flying the MV-22B Osprey and based in Camp Pendleton in Southern California. He served the Marine Corp for five years and eight months, awarded with the National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal and a Letter of Appreciation.The Sax family asks for privacy as they navigate this loss and thanks everyone for their support during this difficult time.
As many of you are now aware, my son John, passed away in an aviation accident this past week. Below is an excerpt of the information that has been shared with the media. We will continue to post episodes that are relevant and evergreen messages of positivity, faith and family until my return. Thank you all for the words of support, kindness and love. In this episode I did several months ago, I tell the story of how John knew from age 7 that he wanted to be a pilot. He showed incredible determination and conviction as he grew into a man who graduated in the top 5% of his class at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. I am re-posting this episode in tribute to my son, John Jeremy Sax. SAN DIEGO, CA - Former MLB player, Steve Sax announced the passing of his son, John Jeremy Sax on Wednesday in the recent military crash in Imperial County, California. John Sax, and four (4) fellow members of the Purple Fox family, died in the crash during a training mission near Glamis, California.“It is with complete devastation that I announce that my precious son, Johnny was one of the five (5) US Marines that perished on Wednesday, June 8 in the Osprey Military crash near San Diego” said Sax. “For those of you that knew Johnny, you saw his huge smile, bright light, his love for his family, the Marines, the joy of flying airplanes and defending our country. He was my hero and the best man I know, there was no better person to defend our country.” said Sax.John Sax was 33 at the time of his death and was a Captain in the US Marines flying the MV-22B Osprey and based in Camp Pendleton in Southern California. He served the Marine Corp for five years and eight months, awarded with the National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal and a Letter of Appreciation.The Sax family asks for privacy as they navigate this loss and thanks everyone for their support during this difficult time.
Episode 137 features Former MLB Umpire, Dale Scott and David Maluff of Full Moon Bar-B-Que with Guest Co-host, Doug Scheiding of Rogue Cookers Dale Scott has been a Major League Baseball umpire for almost 40 years. Spending that much time in the game has given Dale many stories which he shares in his autobiography, The Umpire Is Out: Calling the Game and Living My True Self which he wrote along with Rob Neyer. Dale was an umpire for so many memorable games, including one in which he ejected Billy Martin who had both kicked and thrown dirt on Scott. In 2014 Scott came out as gay and Dale shares what life was like as he tried to keep his private life and professional life separate. From 1985 to 2017 he had the opportunity to interact with some of the most fascinating characters and greats of the game. The path to becoming a Major League umpire is filled with a lot of bumps, twists, and curves. Dale's book has a plethora of these entertaining stories. He even indulged us as we asked him to eject Jeff from the show. David Maluff is one half of the Maluff brothers team, who along with his brother, Joe, are the owners of Full Moon Bar-B-Que. Full Moon Bar-B-Que has been in operation since 1986 and the Maluff brothers have been the owners since 1997. Over the years, the siblings have grown the business to include 16 locations in Alabama and one in Mississippi. All 17 of them are serving high-quality barbecue which would make most pitmasters extremely proud to have come off their pit. David discusses his family, from whom he inherited his love of food and the food service industry. Full Moon has a rich history and a deep interest in giving back to the communities they serve. They also have some signature dishes such as Chow Chow, vinaigrette slaw, and Half Moon cookies which are sure to be on a foodie's bucket list. Joining us to add his unique insight is our guest co-host, Doug Scheiding. Do not forget about the sale at BBQ Buddha, which is good up until Father's Day 2022. Go to BBQ Buddha, https://bbqbuddha.com/ for rubs and award-winning sauces and their special 15% discount, using promo code BaseballBBQ15. We recommend you go to baseballbbq.com https://baseballbbq.com for special grilling tools and accessories, the Pandemic Baseball Book Club, https://www.pbbclub.com to find many of the wonderful books we have featured as well as some additional swag, and Magnechef https://magnechef.com/ for excellent and unique barbecue gloves. We conclude the show with the song, "Baseball Always Brings You Home" by the musician, Dave Dresser, and the poet, Shel Krakofsky. We truly appreciate our listeners and hope that all of you are staying safe. If you would like to contact the show, we would love to hear from you. Call the show: (516) 855-8214 Email: email@example.comTwitter: @baseballandbbqInstagram: baseballandbarbecueYouTube: baseball and bbqWebsite: https//baseballandbbq.weebly.com Facebook: baseball and bbq
Former MLB player and fellow Audacy host Cody Decker joined Ben & Woods on Tuesday morning! Listen here as Cody gives his thoughts on what's going on with Blake Snell, what it was like to play defense behind a pitcher who struggles to find the zone, the Angels losing streak reaching 12 games, and MUCH more!
Former MLB executive David Samson discusses why he still feels the Blue Jays are the team to beat in the East, if the Yankees pitching will be good enough for October, Joe Girardi's firing, and how front office executives evaluate their managers (03:51). Blair & Barker complete the show with the latest installment of “Barker's Back Leg Bits” (32:05) and discuss what they expect tonight out of Ross Stripling when Toronto opens up their series against Kansas City (43:34). 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.
Former MLB player Elliot Johnson joined the show to talk all things Major League Baseball, including Aaron Judge betting on himself, Josh Donaldson's situation, Tommy Pham slapping Joc Pederson, and more. Also, former UNC football and UVA football player TJ Thorpe stopped by the program to discuss his new show on HighSchoolOT and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In episode 107 of RizzoCast, we are joined by former MLB outfielder Denard Span to discuss his career, foundation, his favorite ballparks, the art to being a leadoff hitter, must-see center fielders, playing with Joe Mauer and Buster Posey, the 2016 NLDS, and more! Find Denard's Foundation: DenardSpanFoundation.org Follow RizzoCast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RizzoCast Follow RizzoCast on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rizzocast/ Follow Steven on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenRissotto
On today's episode of the JKR Podcast, host Jayce Riegling sits down with former St. Louis Cardinal, New York Met, and Colorado Rockie, current DBat Owner Andrew Brown. We discuss the KBO vs MLB, playing alongside Albert Pujols and Yadier Molina, HRing off Stephen Strasburg, the transition to working at DBat, his vision for the future, and much more! Today's episode sponsor is Ten31 Marketing. https://jkrpodcast.com Build A Legacy | Blue Collar Mentality | White Collar Industry | Embrace The Personality | Continuously Evolve Follow The JKR Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn for more updates and fan engagement! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Former MLB all-star Adam Jones joined Ben & Woods on a somber Wednesday morning, and the guys manage to escape the realities of the world for a few minutes as Adam talks about his taco preferences, being a dad in today's world, and MUCH, much more.
Former MLB players Grant Balfour and Ryan Rowland-Smith dive into what it's like when your team is struggling. the plane ride, the clubhouse, the grind! We also give our first quarter reports on the big-money free-agent signings. The good the bad and everything in between! Make sure you subscribe wherever you listen or watch your podcasts! Enjoy mates! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-top-step-with-ryan-rowland-smith--grant-balfour/support
7-year Major League Baseball outfielder and Northwestern and New Trier product Michael Huff visits the show to reflect on his big league career and break down the latest news from around the league. Michael discusses his time with the Los Angeles Dodgers, Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox and Toronto Blue Jays, telling stories from his playing days and reliving some of his favorite experiences from 90s MLB - such as his first big league at bat (vs. Tom Glavine), playing on the 1993 AL West Division champion White Sox and leading the White Sox's team chapels, being in a Bible study with Blue Jays' teammates Paul Molitor, Joe Carter and John Olerude in Toronto, getting picked up by the Cleveland Indians (and receiving a call from assistant general manager Dan O'Dowd), training Michael Jordan and much more! Later, Michael and Jack discuss the White Sox's early season struggles (standing at 19-20 on May 21) and what needs to happen in order for them to win the AL Central for the second straight year, MLB's lowest home run per 9-inning rate since 2015, the league's lowest K/9 rate since 2018, and a return to "old school" contact-first baseball. They also discuss how the pitch clock is making a difference in minor league baseball and how it could improve (or worsen) the game at the Major League Baseball level next year. Michael and Jack take a look at the standings as of May 21, and assess where teams stand right now. How many teams are in true contention right now? Check out Michael's work as the director of youth baseball with the Chicago White Sox and find out how to get involved at whitesox.com/play.
Former MLB pitcher, Nashville resident, and owner of Parker Sports Performance Jarrod Parker discusses trends in travel and youth baseball, his facility in Berry Hill, and his travel team's relationship with the Nashville Stars that he co-coaches with former Vanderbilt leadoff hitter Ro Coleman
Former MLB pitcher Jeff Nelson joins Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain to talk about the anniversary of his bone chips going on Ebay for a good cause, the Mariners ongoing struggles and current series in Toronto, comparing Julio Rodriguez's early career with Alex Rodriguez, and Jarred Kelenic going down.
Former MLB all-star Adam Jones joined Ben & Woods on Wednesday morning as he does each and every week! Listen here as AJ talks about his recent piece for The Player's Tribune and whether or not he's officially retired, Ted Leitner and Larry Lucchino going into the Padres Hall of Fame, lineup construction, and MUCH more!
Former MLB first baseman and avid hunter Adam LaRoche joins Christian to discuss how he grew physically and spiritually during 12 seasons in Major League Baseball and why he's glad his MLB years are over. Adam and Christian exchange ideas on how to grow in your personal faith, how to deal with fear in dangerous situations, and how to see the full potential of what God has in store for you on the other side of obedience. Adam also shares his heart for the voiceless and vulnerable, how he got involved with anti-human trafficking work, how to find compassion for someone who does evil things, and what it's been like to provide relief in Ukraine and Poland. This week, challenge yourself to do purpose-driven workouts … GO FOR IT! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former MLB pitcher and current musician Bronson Arroyo jumps on the show to discuss the upcoming "Hot Stove, Cool Music" event in Boston and baseball today. How much would the game benefit from instituting a pitch clock and what the hell is Theo Epstein even doing anymore?
Former MLB pitcher and current musician Bronson Arroyo jumps on the show to talk upcoming Hot Stove, Cool Music in Boston and baseball today. How much would the game benefit from instituting a pitch clock and what the hell is Theo Epstein even doing anymore? There are some big picture roster decisions to be made by Arturas Karnisovas and Mark Eversley. Stacey King spoke on that on last night's broadcast. There is an UNLIMITED AMOUNT OF MONEY out there to cover the NFL draft.