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Best podcasts about Garrett Mitchell

Latest podcast episodes about Garrett Mitchell

Locked On Brewers- Daily Podcast On The Milwaukee Brewers
Milwaukee Brewers watch the Cardinals celebrate, another arm get injured, and the Phillies lose AGAIN?

Locked On Brewers- Daily Podcast On The Milwaukee Brewers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 27:51


Milwaukee got the help it needed to survive another loss to the Cardinals. The Crew remain 1.5 (2.5 without the tiebreaker) games back with just eight games to go. Both the Brewers and the Phillies lost on Tuesday and the calendar is not on the Brewers' side. In the defeat on Tuesday, Miles Mikolas matched a season-high in strikeouts with nine over six strong innings. The lone run allowed came on a Rowdy Tellez solo home run. Later the Crew added an RBI single from Garrett Mitchell, but on the heels of a double play to kill a potential rally. Is there hope? What about for 2023? How far does Woodruff have to go tonight? The finale with the Cardinals is on the way from AmFam. 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 “LOCKEDON15,” 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! 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. BlueChew Try BlueChew FREE when you use our promo code LOCKEDON at BlueChew.com,-just pay $5 shipping. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Milwaukee Brewers Podcast
A good week, but time is still ticking, plus a look at the upcoming MLB rule changes (09.19.2022)

Milwaukee Brewers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 73:09


The Brewers had a good week but still only gained modest ground in the wild card chase. Some exciting moments in a 3-2 week against the Cardinals and Yankees, including a Garrett Mitchell walk-off, Willy Adames making history and Aaron Judge authoring some of his own. Which team is the likelier for Milwaukee to catch -- the Padres or the Phillies? Jason Alexander continues to struggle, but is there anyone to take his place? Where does Luis Urias fit in the long-term picture? How can Milwaukee replicate the experience of St. Louis right now, where Albert Pujols, Yadier Molina and an NL Central title run have ignited the fan base? Then, JR chats with Kyle Lobner, a frequent author of Brewers analysis who's seen a mountain of Wisconsin Timber Rattlers games this year, and thus has had a front-row seat to rule changes that will be coming to the Major Leagues next year, plus a look at some of the system's best prospects.

Milwaukee Brewers Podcast
It's a make-or-break stretch ahead for the Milwaukee Brewers (09.12.2022)

Milwaukee Brewers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 49:14


The Brewers had a good week, but they're still facing an uphill battle to a playoff spot. Brewers reporter Todd Rosiak and podcast host JR Radcliffe take a look at the challenge ahead, and who's going to make the starts with two rotation members landing on the injured list? Can Milwaukee really catch San Diego? Plus, what's the future of Rowdy Tellez, author of 30 home runs this season? Is the Adrian Houser renaissance for real? What's up with Devin Williams? Garrett Mitchell makes more flash plays, and another loss of the year candidate mixed in with a series of wins. Music intro: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music. Music clips:  "ABC" by Jackson 5, "Red Hot Memories (Ice Cold Beer)" by Jerry Lee Lewis, "Pursuit Music Logo" on SoundCloud and Bob Uecker on WTMJ 620-AM radio.

The Millennial Mentality
Garrett Mitchell D1 Athlete, Overcoming Addiction to Building a Successful Business! Ep.57 The Millennial Mentality

The Millennial Mentality

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 110:03


Garrett Mitchell went from D1 athlete to dangerously addicted to opiates. His story of battling addiction and making an epic comeback is an amazing one! This is a powerful episode! @gjones973 @sturdy_BSM @nickagnelli @_petecasso_ moststurdy.com petecasso.com

Pitcher List Fantasy Baseball Podcast
OTW 75 - More Mouths To Feed

Pitcher List Fantasy Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 91:20


On The Wire -  Adam Howe and Kevin Hasting break down the 22nd FAAB run of the 2022 season. We hit on news of the week that may impact your FAAB considerations as giving a shout out to the current leaders of the five OTW Listener Leagues.  Players discussed: Zack Wheeler, Carlos Carrasco, David Peterson, Alex Wood, Aaron Civale, Zach Plesac, Spencer Torkelson, Triston Casas, Corbin Carroll, Gunnar Henderson, Hunter Brown, DL Hall, Andrew Benintendi, Aaron Hicks, Tyler Mahle, Keston Hiura, Michael Toglia, Randal Grichuk, Spencer Steer, Bryson Stott, Joey Wendle, Brandon Marsh, TJ Friedl, Jace Peterson, Garrett Mitchell, José Quintana, Bailey Falter, Brad Hand, Taylor Rogers, Jason Adam, Jimmy Herget, Josh Hader, Nick Pratto, Wander Franco Hosts: Adam Howe  | Kevin Hasting Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | Google Podcasts | Pocket Casts | RSS Connect: Twitter | OnTheWirePod@gmail.com | Join PL+Get PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus

On The Wire
OTW 75 - More Mouths To Feed

On The Wire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 91:20


On The Wire -  Adam Howe and Kevin Hasting break down the 22nd FAAB run of the 2022 season. We hit on news of the week that may impact your FAAB considerations as giving a shout out to the current leaders of the five OTW Listener Leagues.  Players discussed: Zack Wheeler, Carlos Carrasco, David Peterson, Alex Wood, Aaron Civale, Zach Plesac, Spencer Torkelson, Triston Casas, Corbin Carroll, Gunnar Henderson, Hunter Brown, DL Hall, Andrew Benintendi, Aaron Hicks, Tyler Mahle, Keston Hiura, Michael Toglia, Randal Grichuk, Spencer Steer, Bryson Stott, Joey Wendle, Brandon Marsh, TJ Friedl, Jace Peterson, Garrett Mitchell, José Quintana, Bailey Falter, Brad Hand, Taylor Rogers, Jason Adam, Jimmy Herget, Josh Hader, Nick Pratto, Wander Franco Hosts: Adam Howe  | Kevin Hasting Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | Google Podcasts | Pocket Casts | RSS Connect: Twitter | OnTheWirePod@gmail.com | Join PL+Get PL+ and join our community: https://www.pitcherlist.com/plus

Cold Brew Podcast
Cold Brew Podcast Episode 104: Call Ups, Coupons, and Craigtember

Cold Brew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 68:27


Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll discuss all the latest news and analysis of the Milwaukee Brewers. Finally, the Brewers have called up some top prospects with the arrival of Garrett Mitchell and Esteury Ruiz. David and Matt discuss the promotions, the spark added to the lineup from them, why they didn't happen earlier, and why the Brewers didn't choose some of the other quality options at their disposal. Also, there's the news that Trevor Rosenthal is out for the season and David gets on his soapbox about that trade one more time. The Brewers have also reached 100 million fans and their thank you gift was a massive dud. What could they have done instead? We have some ideas.

Rates & Barrels: A show about fantasy baseball
Promotions, Roster Expansion & The Julio Rodríguez Megadeal

Rates & Barrels: A show about fantasy baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 64:22


Eno and DVR discuss several recently promoted players in the wake of September roster expansion including Gunnar Henderson, Spencer Steer, Garrett Mitchell, Hunter Brown, and Ken Waldichuk -- plus a few second-half pitchers competing for long-term opportunities with their respective clubs.  Rundown 2:02 Gunnar Henderson is Up! 8:33 Spencer Steer's Late-Season Opportunity 16:55 Nick Senzel's 2023 Role? 19:58 Spencer Torkelson, Round 2 22:59 Miguel Vargas Returns 27:17 Michael Toglia's Regular Run 33:57 Hunter Brown's Promotion in Houston 37:31 Ken Waldichuk Debuts 46:03 Brayan Bello, Cade Cavalli & Javier Assad 54:54 Julio Rodríguez's Long-Term Deal with the Mariners Follow Eno on Twitter: @enosarris Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper e-mail: ratesandbarrels@theathletic.com Subscribe for $1/mo for the first six months: theathletic.com/ratesandbarrels Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Fantistics Fantasy Baseball Podcast
Fantasy Baseball Primer - September 1, 2022 - Late Game Strategy and Pickups

The Fantistics Fantasy Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 38:21


Lou Blasi and Sky Dombroski talk some late game strategy as we head into the final month. That often involves prospects who are called up and players that are column-specific contributors. Lou and Sky breakdown some players that fit both categories in this episode including Corbin Carroll, Garrett Mitchell, TJ Friedl, Gunnar Henderson, and Rodolfo Castro.

Crewsing for a Brewsing: GSPN's Milwaukee Brewers Podcast
Brewers finish homestand with series win over Pirates, calendar turns to September

Crewsing for a Brewsing: GSPN's Milwaukee Brewers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 87:52


In the latest episode of Crewsing for a Brewsing, Andrew Snyder and Adam McGee are joined by Numac, the newest member of GSPN, to reflect on the Brewers' series win against the Pirates, Garrett Mitchell's big day, and the prospect of call-ups with rosters expanding. Crewsing for a Brewsing and the Gyro Step Podcast Network are proud to call Blue Wire's network of podcasts home. You can follow Crewsing for a Brewsing, Adam, and Andrew on Twitter, while you should also follow Gyro Step Podcast and Win in 6 Podcast for all of your Milwaukee Bucks pod needs, Talk of the Tundra for all things Green Bay Packers, and Make Time for This for a slice of pop culture and everything else from the GSPN crew! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

RotoGraphs Fantasy Baseball
The Sleeper and the Bust Episode: 1093 – August Stud Hitters

RotoGraphs Fantasy Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 72:48


Paul and Justin discuss the viability of 4 major prospect call-ups including Corbin Carroll and Garrett Mitchell. Then they dive into a group of stud hitters from August and bat around their 2023 value as well.

The Athletic Fantasy Baseball Podcast
Corbin Carroll's Debut and A Final Prospect Roundup for 2022

The Athletic Fantasy Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 63:35


DVR and Al discuss the major league debuts of Corbin Carroll, Garrett Mitchell and Cade Cavalli and assess their fantasy appeal for the remainder of this season and for the longer term. They also take their final look at prospects whose status has risen in 2022, including Jackson Chourio, Kyle Manzardo and Tanner Bibee. Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper Follow Al on Twitter: @almelchiorBB Email us: fantasypods@theathletic.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: bit.ly/AthleticFantasy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Show with Leo & Balky
The Show with Leo and Balky 08/30/22 – Hour Two

The Show with Leo & Balky

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 44:08


Vince and Dixie from the Stone Toad Bar and Grill join Leo and Balky in studio for their big announcement that The Show has been teasing for months. Plus, the guys break down Garrett Mitchell's big Monday night for the Milwaukee Brewers against the Pittsburgh Pirates and what number the NFL could retire league-wide if they chose to.

Milwaukee's Tailgate Baseball Podcast
Episode 252 | Resting Killer Face

Milwaukee's Tailgate Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 89:45


On this week's supersized episode, the guys talked Garrett Mitchell, other potential #Craigtember promotions, Hader's freefall, JR's piece on attendance all mixed with a running commentary on a crazy game. Support the podcast on Patreon and receive the Monthly Minor League Extra and Weekly Packers Preview. Music: Fair Weather Fans by The Baseball Project recorded live at WFMU --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mketailgate/message

Fantasy Baseball Today in 5
Garrett Mitchell Hype! Plus Deep-League Adds (8/30 Fantasy Baseball Podcast)

Fantasy Baseball Today in 5

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 6:46


Garrett Mitchell had a huge game Monday. Where should he be added? Is there anything there with Albert Pujols, Luis Rengifo and Keston Hiura? Should Jose Suarez be added in deeper leagues? 'Fantasy Baseball Today in 5' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Get 20% off Fantasy Baseball Today merch: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/fantasy-baseball-today?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=fantasy-baseball-collection Follow our FBT team on Twitter: @FBTPod, @CTowersCBS, @CBSScottWhite, @Roto_Frank Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/fantasybaseballtoday Sign up for the FBT Newsletter at https://www.cbssports.com/newsletters/fantasy-baseball-today/ For more fantasy baseball coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/baseball/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ You can listen to Fantasy Baseball Today in 5 on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today in 5 podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today in 5 podcast." To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Brewers- Daily Podcast On The Milwaukee Brewers
BREWERS WALK IT OFF! Hiura and Mitchell so clutch!

Locked On Brewers- Daily Podcast On The Milwaukee Brewers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 32:18


They certainly keep things entertaining don't they? The Brewers needed all nine innings to tie the game and eventually win it with the long ball in the bottom of the ninth thanks to Keston Hiura's 14th homer of the season in a 7-5 win over the Pirates. Garrett Mitchell chose a perfect time for his first MLB home run with a shot to right-center field to tie the game in the eighth inning. It will go down as one of the moments and images of the season when Mitchell saluted the crowd for a curtain call out of the dugout. The win was especially important with the Padres defeating the Giants, so the Brewers didn't lose any ground in the wild card chase. They are essentially two games back with 35 games to go of a playoff spot. Another factor for the win was the Brewer offense picking up an "off-axis" Corbin Burnes at the moment. Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo) goes through an injury update, three plays you may have forgotten about, and a mini rant about why you play all nine innings. Be sure you follow our show account too, @LockedOnBrewers on Twitter. 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 “LOCKEDON15,” 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! 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. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Fantasy Baseball Today Podcast
Add Garrett Mitchell? Struggling Pitchers & Name That Player (8/30 Fantasy Baseball Podcast)

Fantasy Baseball Today Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 66:11


Garrett Mitchell had a monster game Monday (1:24)! ... Tyler O'Neill appears to be heating back up (6:45). ... Corbin Carroll made his debut and Aaron Judge hit his 50th HR (8:35). ... Should Tommy Pham and Franmil Reyes be rostered in more leagues (14:52)? Do we have any interest in Albert Pujols or Keston Hiura? ... Does Jose Suarez deserve more attention (21:45)? ... News (25:36): Tony Gonsolin went to the IL. ... Grayson Rodriguez is starting up rehab and the Astros are calling up two prospects (32:44). ... Name that player (38:20)! ... What's up with Jose Berrios and Corbin Burnes (51:25)? ... We wrap with leftovers, bullpen updates and streamers (55:33). Want a 2023 Fantasy Baseball pre-draft Zoom call with Scott White? You can bid here with all proceeds going to St. Jude's Children's Hospital: https://www.ebay.com/itm/374227992145 Want a 2023 Fantasy Baseball pre-draft Zoom call with Frank Stampfl? You can bid here with all proceeds going to St. Jude's Children's Hospital: https://www.ebay.com/itm/374227991188 Do you want to join the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast as a guest? You can bid on it with all proceeds going to St. Jude's Children's Hospital here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/374225470953 Fantasy Baseball Today' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Get 20% off Fantasy Baseball Today merch: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/fantasy-baseball-today?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=fantasy-baseball-collection Follow our FBT team on Twitter: @FBTPod, @CTowersCBS, @CBSScottWhite, @Roto_Frank Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/fantasybaseballtoday Sign up for the FBT Newsletter at https://www.cbssports.com/newsletters/fantasy-baseball-today/ For more fantasy baseball coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/baseball/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/FantasyBaseballToday You can listen to Fantasy Baseball Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast." To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Call Up | An MLB Prospect Podcast
83 | Corbin Carroll and Garrett Mitchell Debut, Potential September Call Ups

The Call Up | An MLB Prospect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 50:01


Aram discusses the promotions of Corbin Carroll and Garrett Mitchell. What is Corbin Carroll's ceiling and why did the Brewers aggressively decide to promote Mitchell? Also, a look at other potential September call ups. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Brewers Unfiltered
Episode 22: A Sit-Down with Keston Hiura

Brewers Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 60:32


Can Keston Hiura tell the future? What's the biggest difference between Triple-A and the Majors? Who's his best friend in the clubhouse? Hear from last night's hero himself as he covers those questions and more in an exclusive interview with Adam and Tim. Plus, the guys talk about Garrett Mitchell's debut and the Brewers X-factor down the stretch. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Crew Talk
Sophia Minnaert on Homer & Tony

Crew Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 11:04


Bally Sports Wisconsin Brewers reporter Sophia Minnaert joins Cousins sub Dario Melendez and Tony with the latest on the Crew, who is a better actor Will Smith or Nicolas Cage, on the scoreboard message putting Mark in the friend-zone, has she ever friend-zoned anyone, on the rise of Garrett Mitchell since coming up from the minors, how have others in the clubhouse reacted to his performances, on Keston Hiura bouncing back from last season and how the Brewers personnel staff have contributed to making players better.

The Interviews
Sophia Minnaert

The Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 11:04


Bally Sports Wisconsin Brewers reporter Sophia Minnaert joins Cousins sub Dario Melendez and Tony with the latest on the Crew, who is a better actor Will Smith or Nicolas Cage, on the scoreboard message putting Mark in the friend-zone, has she ever friend-zoned anyone, on the rise of Garrett Mitchell since coming up from the minors, how have others in the clubhouse reacted to his performances, on Keston Hiura bouncing back from last season and how the Brewers personnel staff have contributed to making players better.

The Steve Czaban Show
Welcome Garrett Mitchell, building out the trailer, Packers cut down day, and more! (FULL SHOW)

The Steve Czaban Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 149:54


Welcome Garrett Mitchell, building out the trailer, Packers cut down day, and more! (FULL SHOW)

Fantasy Baseball Today Podcast
Corbin Carroll Promotion, Hader Struggles & Start or Sit (8/29 Fantasy Baseball Podcast)

Fantasy Baseball Today Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 65:58


It's happening! Corbin Carroll is getting promoted on Monday (1:15). Is he a must-add? ... Josh Hader is struggling big time (8:34). ... Where did this Kyle Bradish start come from (13:45)? Reid Detmers or Nick Lodolo? ... Yandy Diaz has quietly had a solid season (26:25). ... News (35:05): Justin Verlander is dealing with a calf strain. ... Do we have any interest in prospects Garrett Mitchell and Eguy Rosario (42:40)? ... Start or sit Ronald Acuña and Joe Ryan (45:48)? ... We had a few big pitching duels this weekend (49:10). We wrap up with leftovers, bullpen updates and streamers (52:50). Want a 2023 Fantasy Baseball pre-draft Zoom call with Scott White? You can bid here with all proceeds going to St. Jude's Children's Hospital: https://www.ebay.com/itm/374227992145 Want a 2023 Fantasy Baseball pre-draft Zoom call with Frank Stampfl? You can bid here with all proceeds going to St. Jude's Children's Hospital: https://www.ebay.com/itm/374227991188 Do you want to join the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast as a guest? You can bid on it with all proceeds going to St. Jude's Children's Hospital here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/374225470953 Fantasy Baseball Today' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Get 20% off Fantasy Baseball Today merch: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/fantasy-baseball-today?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=fantasy-baseball-collection Follow our FBT team on Twitter: @FBTPod, @CTowersCBS, @CBSScottWhite, @Roto_Frank Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/fantasybaseballtoday Sign up for the FBT Newsletter at https://www.cbssports.com/newsletters/fantasy-baseball-today/ For more fantasy baseball coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/baseball/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/FantasyBaseballToday You can listen to Fantasy Baseball Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast." To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bleeding Blue & Yellow Podcast
Expectations for Garrett Mitchell, Is it Time to Move On from Counsell?

Bleeding Blue & Yellow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 38:57


S3, E23: The Brewers have struggled as of late, dropping to 5.5 GB in the division and out of a Wild Card spot all together. Do the Brewers still have what it takes to reach the Postseason or have their October dreams escaped them? How might the September schedule and call-ups impact the club? Garrett Mitchell was recalled in a surprising move on Saturday. The former UCLA star brings plus speed and solid CF defense, but what else can we expect him to bring to the table? Could we see another prospect move in the next week? Craig Counsell is the longest tenured manager in the National League but some of his moves have been questionable lately. Bullpen management and pulling Freddy at 82 pitches during a no-hitter are among the complaints fans have had regarding the 8th year Brewers' manager. Is it simply time to move on? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bleedingblueandyellow/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bleedingblueandyellow/support

Homer & Tony
3PM: Favre's Cow Call

Homer & Tony

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 44:31


In Hour 2, with Homer on assignment, Cousins sub Dario Melendez and Tony give their hot stories of the day in the Top 3 at 3, including a Florida man story, Rory Mcllroy winning the Tour Championship and Garrett Mitchell's debut for the Crew. Plus, University of Wisconsin beat writer for The Athletic Jesse Temple stops by to discuss the latest from Madison ahead of the Badgers season-opener on Saturday, the Brett Favre "Cow Call" story from the Super Bowl and Tony tells a funny story from his NBA playing days.

Crewsing for a Brewsing: GSPN's Milwaukee Brewers Podcast
Brewers win a series against the Cubs but gain no ground in playoff race

Crewsing for a Brewsing: GSPN's Milwaukee Brewers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 52:55


In the latest episode of Crewsing for a Brewsing, Andrew Snyder and Adam McGee break down the Brewers' series win over the Cubs, Garrett Mitchell's major league debut, and Josh Hader's woes in San Diego. Crewsing for a Brewsing and the Gyro Step Podcast Network are proud to call Blue Wire's network of podcasts home. You can follow Crewsing for a Brewsing, Adam, and Andrew on Twitter, while you should also follow Gyro Step Podcast and Win in 6 Podcast for all of your Milwaukee Bucks pod needs! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Show with Leo & Balky
The Show with Leo and Balky 08/29/22 – Hour Two

The Show with Leo & Balky

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 45:18


Leo and Alex continue the show today discuss The Score poll all about Garrett Mitchell and his MLB debut yesterday for the Brewers! B.J. DeGroot joins us to chat some Packers football and give a preview of the Reality Bus Tour coming soon! Plus, we end the show talking Tom Brady and his new face.

SnoTap Network
NFL Media Still Won't Admit They Screwed Up The Rodgers Vaccine Story | The Daily Tap

SnoTap Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 43:16


Charlie returns to The Daily Tap podcast to talk about Aaron Rodgers appearing on Joe Rogan and him explaining not getting vaccinated. The local and national media were mad at Rodgers again even though they're at fault. Charlie explains why (0-18 minutes). Charlie also talks about the 53-man roster and what he thinks might happen in the next couple of days. Thoughts on RBs, WRs, D & O line & much more (18-30 minutes). Charlie also talks about how the Brewers got off the mat after an abysmal Friday night performance with Yelich getting hot along with Garrett Mitchell's callup (30-41 minutes).

Milwaukee Brewers Podcast
Just when you think you're out, the Brewers pull you back in (08.29.2022)

Milwaukee Brewers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 43:56


A grisly loss to the Cubs on Friday may sting, but the Brewers continued to tread water, buoyed by two wins to close the week. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Curt Hogg and host JR Radcliffe try to make sense of an uneven week with some bright spots (Beating the Dodgers again, Garrett Mitchell, Christian Yelich, Freddy Peralta) and some lowlights (Adrian Houser, Trevor Rosenthal, everything about that Friday game). Josh Hader continued to struggle for the Padres, the team that looks like the only squad Milwaukee will have a chance to catch for a playoff spot.  Music intro: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music. Music clips:  "ABC" by Jackson 5, "Red Hot Memories (Ice Cold Beer)" by Jerry Lee Lewis, "Pursuit Music Logo" on SoundCloud and Bob Uecker on WTMJ 620-AM radio.

The Just Baseball Show
295 | Paul Goldschmidt's Triple Crown Chase, Corbin Carroll Promoted, Josh Hader is Lost

The Just Baseball Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 40:26


Jack and Aram discuss some of the biggest headlines in the baseball world over the weekend. (0:00): Paul Goldschmidt's Triple Crown chase (10:50): One of baseball's top prospects Corbin Carroll called up (17:10): Brewers prospect Garrett Mitchell called up (21:50) Josh Hader struggles (31:00): Sandy Alcantara's Cy Young performance (33:50): Mickey Mantle card breaks record for most expensive sale ever at $12.6 million Use Code "JustBaseball" for Deposit Match on Prize Picks Join our Baseball Groupchat! Get Your Just Baseball Merch! Check out our website: https://www.justbaseball.com/ Personal Twitters: @peterappel23, @jack_mcmullen11, @aramleighton8 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On MLB Prospects
Should Milwaukee Brewers OF Jackson Chourio be the #1 prospect in baseball?

Locked On MLB Prospects

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 33:46


On today's show, we welcome David Gasper, editor of ReviewingTheBrew.com and Brewers writer for Prospects1500 to talk Brew Crew. We discuss OF Jackson Chourio's rise, get a really eye-opening comp for him, and discuss his ceiling. We talk about so many of the top prospects being toolsy outfielders (like Sal Frelick, and Joey Weimer, and Esteury Ruiz, and Garrett Mitchell, and Luis Lara...), and if that was an organizational philosophy or just a coincidence. We discuss potential September callups (read David's piece here: https://reviewingthebrew.com/2022/08/23/brewers-ranking-crews-september-call-candidates/ ) and then chat about pitching names to know about and an unheralded prospect or two.  Follow David here: https://twitter.com/dgasper24 Find and follow LockedOn MLB Prospects on your favorite podcast platforms: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/locked-on-mlb-prospects/id1525225214 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2wzJIf26tGgVbB7rsoKyLD Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/locked-on-mlb-prospects Follow along with LockedOn MLB Prospects host Lindsay Crosby as we follow 120+ affiliated teams throughout the 2022 season! From prospect call-ups to impactful trades to the ever evolving battle for minor league living and working conditions, Lindsay is covering it all on five days a week. Available exclusively on the Locked On Podcast Network. Follow the show on twitter @LockedOnFarm and email your Mailbag Monday questions to LockedOnMLBProspects@gmail.com Follow Lindsay for up to the minute details on all things Minor League Baseball: On Twitter: https://twitter.com/CrosbyBaseball 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 “LOCKEDON15,” 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! 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. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bleeding Blue & Yellow Podcast
Talking Trades and Prospects with David Gasper of Reviewing the Brew

Bleeding Blue & Yellow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 56:16


S3, E21: Today we are honored to be joined by David Gasper, editor-in-chief of Reviewing the Brew, host of Sports On Deck (Saturdays at 10 AM on 1310 WIBA Madison), host of the Cold Brew Podcast, and Brewers correspondent for Prospects1500, but most of all a fan and insider of the Brewers with knowledge of the organization rivaled by few. We spend time discussing: The Josh Hader trade, its short and long-term impacts on the club, and what we can expect out of Esteury Ruiz and Robert Gasser. The acquisitions of Matt Bush and Trevor Rosenthal, and the prospects traded in the deals. The success of the Brewers' 2022 draft; who should we be excited about? What we can expect long-term out of Brewers' top prospect Jackson Chourio. The Brewers' upper-level prospect quartet of Brice Turang, Sal Frelick, Joey Wiemer, and Garrett Mitchell. This was a fabulous sit-down with David, we hope you enjoy the episode! Follow David on Twitter here, as well as Reviewing the Brew, and the Cold Brew Podcast. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bleedingblueandyellow/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bleedingblueandyellow/support

Cold Brew Podcast
Cold Brew Podcast Episode 99: Trade Deadline Talk

Cold Brew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 65:50


Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll talk some trade deadline as we are just days away from the 2022 MLB Trade Deadline. David and Matt discuss their favorite targets and many other possibilities for the Brewers at the Deadline including Josh Bell, Ramon Laureano, Trey Mancini, Brandon Drury, and so many more. Also discussed is the possibility of a Pedro Severino trade, updates from the farm on Joe Gray Jr, Jackson Chourio, and Garrett Mitchell, plus more updates on the 2022 Brewers Draft class and the latest signings.

Cold Brew Podcast
Cold Brew Podcast Episode 81: Top 30 Prospects Breakdown With Sam Dykstra

Cold Brew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 68:15


Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll are joined this week by MLB.com Prospect Writer Sam Dykstra, who ranked and wrote the recently released Brewers Top 30 Prospects list on MLB Pipeline. We discuss Sam's rankings, the reasoning behind some players moving up or moving down the list from last season, and get his thoughts on numerous Brewers prospects, including Sal Frelick, Joey Wiemer, Garrett Mitchell, Hedbert Perez, Felix Valerio, Mario Feliciano, and so many more. Sam also lists who just missed the cut for the Top 30, who his favorite prospect in this system is, and a dark horse to make his MLB debut this season. If you have any interest in Brewers prospects, this is the podcast episode for you.

East Brainerd Weekly
Breathe - Scripture Reading Sunday (Audio)

East Brainerd Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2022


This Sunday, instead of a typical sermon, we took time to "Breathe In" various Scriptures. This time was led by Stephen Walker, Garrett Mitchell, Ron Rogers, Will Clark, and Scott Self.

RotoWire Fantasy Baseball Podcast
Catching Up with Geoff Pontes

RotoWire Fantasy Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 95:58


Geoff's new job at Baseball America His new process for ranking hitters Oneil Cruz hype SZN The data on Hunter Greene's pitches Coby Mayo rank envy Colton Cowser debate Are Steven Kwan and Vinnie Pasquantino as good as their stats? How low should we rank Garrett Mitchell? Jordan Groshans debate Elly De La Cruz's rank Razz30 origin story (the pot was decent) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

SloppyMechanics
SSNL - S01E24 - Garrett Mitchell (Cleetus McFarland)

SloppyMechanics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 130:03


Tonight around 9pm (cleet has some things to wrap up so we cant hold him exactly to time) I will be having on Garrett, formulate some questions and join in. https://www.cleetusmcfarland.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh8f8vssLddD2PbnU3Ag_Bw -=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=-=- Check out SloppyMechanics.com for links to commonly used facets of sloppy. check out our shopify store https://sloppymechanics-com.myshopify.com/ if you would like to send things, and you most certainly do not have to, but if you are feeling inclined to do so! please mail to: Matt Happel 175 N Chestnut St PO Box #142 Bath PA, 18014 ---------------------- thank you to Codion Motorsports (https://www.facebook.com/Codion-889312128079667/) Reversion Raceworks - Dash Inserts https://www.facebook.com/reversionraceworks Monkey Fab MFG - (https://monkeyfabgarage.com/) Hughes Performance - (http://www.hughesperformance.com/) Holley performance (https://www.holley.com/) LSX Specialties (https://www.facebook.com/LSXspecialties/) Dirty Dingo Motorsports (http://www.dirtydingo.com/shop/index.php) Snake Eater performance (https://www.snakeeaterperformance.com/) Summit Racing LS (https://www.summitracing.com/) Brian Tooley Racing (https://briantooleyracing.com/) VS Racing (https://turbo4less.com/) Warr Performance (https://warrperformance.com/) ICT Billet (https://www.ictbillet.com/)

Cold Brew Podcast
Cold Brew Podcast Episode 53: Double-A Biloxi Check In With Garrett Greene

Cold Brew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 80:48


Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll celebrate one whole year of the Cold Brew Podcast and joining as the guest this week is Garrett Greene, the play by play broadcaster for the Biloxi Shuckers, the Milwaukee Brewers Double-A affiliate as we continue our tour through the minor leagues. David, Matt, and Garrett discuss the Shuckers 2021 season, what it means to have fans back, and how Biloxi was impacted by the recent Hurricane Ida. Getting into the prospects, we discuss the seasons of pitchers such as Ethan Small, Zack Brown, Noah Zavolas, Leo Crawford, and Lucas Erceg. At the plate, we talk about some of the Crew's top hitting prospects, including Brice Turang and Garrett Mitchell, who have both donned Shuckers uniforms this season. Also discussed was Tristen Lutz, David Hamilton, Thomas Dillard, and others. It's a bit of a super-sized episode this week with lots of in-depth discussion on these Brewers prospects.

Cold Brew Podcast
Cold Brew Podcast Episode 52: Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Update With Chris Mehring

Cold Brew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 60:08


Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll continue their tour through the Brewers minor league system this week. After a conversation with Carolina Mudcats broadcaster Greg Young last week, David and Matt talk with longtime Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Play-by-Play man Chris Mehring. Chris gives updates and details on all the Milwaukee Brewers top prospects that have come through Appleton and played for the Timber Rattlers this year, including the Crew's top prospect Garrett Mitchell, as well as David Hamilton, Hayden Cantrelle, Korry Howell, Joe Gray Jr, Joey Wiemer, Thomas Dillard, and many, many more. Chris also talks about some stories from the Alternate Training Site last year and what he witnessed there and has a story on the first day Hedbert Perez arrived at camp. It's a fun episode this week to get you caught up on everything Brewers minor leagues.

Cold Brew Podcast
Cold Brew Podcast Episode 46: MLB Draft Preview with Joe Doyle

Cold Brew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 67:33


Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll begin this week's episode discussing the Brewers recent trade for Rowdy Tellez, what it means for their ability to stick in the first base market, and how it impacts the rest of the Crew's deadline plans. Also, David issues his apology to Jace Peterson after his incredible and unlikely run at the plate. Plus, news from the farm has Garrett Mitchell and Joe Gray Jr making their way up the ladder with promotions. At the 27:00 mark, Matt has to jump out and MLB Draft expert and Draft Director at Prospects Live Joe Doyle joins David to discuss and preview the upcoming 2021 MLB Draft. Joe shares his knowledge about this draft class as a whole and his thoughts on the Brewers team needs to address in the draft, who he would pick for them, who he thinks they will pick, and when or if they should address the corner infield spots in this draft. Joe brings a lot of good information to help get Brewers fans prepared for the upcoming draft.

The Show with Leo & Balky
The Show with Leo and Balky 06/24/21 – Full Show

The Show with Leo & Balky

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 45:16


Leo and Balky broadcast live from Fox Cities Stadium to preview the Peoria Chiefs vs. Wisconsin Timber Rattlers tonight! We recap the Bucks loss to the Atlanta Hawks and our thoughts on what needs to change. We are joined with Matt Ericson (Manager, Wisconsin Timber Rattlers) to discuss his team and also talk about Garrett Mitchell's development! Richard from Niemuth's Southside Market joins us to talk some craft beer to end the show!

Fantrax Dynasty Baseball
Ep 163 | Milwaukee Brewers and Oakland Athletics Top Prospects

Fantrax Dynasty Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2021 47:09


It's another two-fer show today as Van, Ron, and Brian tackle two lower end farm systems with the Oakland Athletics and Milwaukee Brewers! You'll hear about Garrett Mitchell and... others

Chuck & Winkler
8 AM - Brewers spring training update

Chuck & Winkler

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2021 43:19


Hear from Brewers prospect Garrett Mitchell talking about his Spring Training performance & more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cold Brew Podcast
Cold Brew Podcast Episode 31: Roster Battles With Doug Russell

Cold Brew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 71:29


Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll are joined this week on the Cold Brew Podcast by Doug Russell of 97.3 The Game. David, Matt, and Doug start by discussing the dominant spring training performance of Garrett Mitchell and what his timeline to the big leagues could look like. Then the trio discusses the chances of Billy McKinney and Tyrone Taylor making the big league roster and how the Brewers will handle having so much depth across the roster and whittle it down to the 26 players on Opening Day. Among the other topics discussed are Josh Hader moving back to a traditional closer's role instead of the multi-inning fireman role, the battle for the 5th starter job, where does Daniel Vogelbach fit in if anywhere, as well as a theory on the plan for Jacob Nottingham, Brandon Woodruff being the Opening Day starter, and Christian Yelich getting back to normal. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Brewers Trilogy Podcast Presented by the Wisconsin Sports Trilogy
Freddy Fastball Likely a Starting Pitcher, Garrett Mitchell is Turning Heads

Brewers Trilogy Podcast Presented by the Wisconsin Sports Trilogy

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2021 25:37


With just 17 days remaining before opening day Tyler and Trevor recap the latest Brewers news and injuries. Freddy Peralta is set to likely be a starting pitcher this season and Garrett Mitchell is turning heads so far. All that plus more on this episode. Be sure to follow the podcast on twitter @trilogy_pod and subscribe to our podcast to get our latest content. Any reviews would be greatly appreciated! https://reviewingthebrew.com/2021/03/13/brewers-nod-opening-day-burnes-woodruff/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brewerstrilogypodcast/support

Terrace Talk
Garrett Mitchell Hype Train

Terrace Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2021 55:37


We talk about all things, Brewers #1 prospect Garrett Mitchell, Brewers News & Notes, Trip Around MLB, Answer some Brewers twitter questions. 2.5 weeks until Opening Day. LETS COOK!

Milwaukee's Tailgate Baseball Podcast
Episode 179 | Or Perhaps Gus Polidor

Milwaukee's Tailgate Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2021 67:32


On this week's episode the guys discussed Garrett Mitchell's early camp success, overall pitching strategy, payroll deferrals, rando jersey's spotted in the wild, that stupid dog thing, and kayaking to a Brewers game. Support the podcast on Patreon and receive the Monthly Minor League Extra and Weekly Packers Preview. Music: Fair Weather Fans by The Baseball Project recorded live at WFMU --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mketailgate/message

Milwaukee Brewers Podcast
03.08.21: How will the Brewers work Jackie Bradley Jr. into the lineup?

Milwaukee Brewers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2021 39:26


Brewers beat reporter Tom Haudricourt and host JR Radcliffe discuss the new addition of Jackie Bradley Jr. and how he'll get starts on a team that now has four starting outfielders for three spots. Tom also lends his thoughts on top prospect Garrett Mitchell showing well in camp, the sudden bevy of catching talent, and the news that fans will be in the stands on Opening Day.Music intro: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music. 

Cold Brew Podcast
Cold Brew Podcast Episode 23: The Wong Move With B.J. DeGroot

Cold Brew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2021 68:00


Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll are joined this week by B.J. DeGroot, of BJ and the Bear on 95.3 FM The Score in Appleton as our guest. David, Matt, and B.J. discuss a wild few days in Milwaukee Brewers news, leading off with the signing of free agent second baseman Kolten Wong to a multi-year contract and what his addition means for the Brewers lineup and how he fits on this roster. Also, this signing has a ripple effect on Keston Hiura and his position change that he will have to make. With the right side of the infield now taken care of, what about third base? The trio discusses potential options to fill that hole, including a rumored possible Jose Ramirez trade and what it might cost to get him. To finish up, David, Matt, and B.J. talk about the non-roster invitees to spring training, our excitement for Garrett Mitchell, and the rumors that the Brewers have interest in signing veteran starter Rich Hill to a contract. All in a fun-filled episode of the Cold Brew Podcast. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Aquarist Podcast
Ep. 96 - Garrett Mitchell on Selling and Naming Corals

The Aquarist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2021 84:08


Get your aquarium goodies from Aquarium Co-Op: https://www.aquariumcoop.com/   In to coral?  See what Garrett has to offer: https://www.ebay.com/str/houseofreef  

Milwaukee's Tailgate Baseball Podcast
Episode 171 | Welcome James Anderson!

Milwaukee's Tailgate Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2021 54:28


On this week's episode, Jaymes and Ryan were joined by new Minor League Extra cohost James Anderson, so naturally the discussion centered on a lot of minor league talk, including the new international signees, Hedbert Perez and Garrett Mitchell. Also discussed were Theo Epstein's new role at the MLB office and, of course, Josh Hader trade speculation. Support the podcast on Patreon and receive the Monthly Minor League Extra and Weekly Packers Preview. Music: Fair Weather Fans by The Baseball Project recorded live at WFMU --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mketailgate/message

Prospects Live Podcast
Strategizing the First Year Player Draft

Prospects Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2021 71:00


Eddy, Ralph and Matt are back in your airwaves with the dynasty show. Today it's all things First-Year Player Draft as the crew goes over their just released 100+ FYPD list. Note: Time stamps will be slightly off because of ads.5:50 - High level thoughts and patterns on the class12:09 - Why we ranked Ha-seong Kim #2 and how he fits with Martin & Gonzales20:35 - Brief overview of J2 class23:00 - The argument for trading down30:00 - Call outs in #10-#20 range (including breaking down Garrett Mitchell)38:00 - Call outs in #20-#35 range 41:00 - Call outs in #30-#45 range 44:00 - A lesson in IVB, VAA, spin axis and more52:00 - Who to watch for outside top 501:04:00 - Parting words on players and strategy

Minor League Madness Podcast
#003 Minor League Madness: Garrett Mitchell

Minor League Madness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2020 57:23


Brayden Low, Ben Betker, Adam & Jordan Helewka chat with AHL veteran forward Garrett Mitchell in this weeks episode. Garrett has played 488 pro games, compiled 155 career points and 822 penalty minutes. He served as team Captain for the Hershey Bears for 3 years between 2015 – 2018. He received his first NHL call up in the 16/17 season with the Washington Capitals. He currently resides in Hershey, PA with his wife and two daughters. Join us for some stories from throughout his career!

The Herd Has Spoken
Automotive YouTube Star & Law School Dropout - Cleetus McFarland aka Garrett Mitchell

The Herd Has Spoken

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2020 32:04


Cleetus McFarland, aka Garrett Michell, is the biggest automotive name on YouTube. He loves 'MURICAN cars, double wides, and anything with a powerful engine. Cleetus' YouTube videos have built a community of 2.25MM+, and he is always finding ways to diversify his umbrella of businesses, which in return enhances the content and creativity of his videos.

Milwaukee's Tailgate Baseball Podcast
Episode 151 | Not The Innards

Milwaukee's Tailgate Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2020 87:41


On this week's episode Jaymes, Paul and Ryan discussed the Brewers series against the Cubs, who's hot and who's not, and whether the team should be tanking. Towards the end of the episode is a clip from August's Minor League Extra featuring Baseball America's Carlos Collazo where he discusses the challenges of covering the 2020 draft and the Brewers first round pick Garrett Mitchell. Alternate episode title: "A little bit nibbly" Support the podcast on Patreon and receive the Monthly Minor League Extra and Weekly Packers Preview. Save 20% in the Karben4 webstore with the promo code MKETailgate. Music: Fair Weather Fans by The Baseball Project recorded live at WFMU --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mketailgate/message

Minor League Baseball Podcast
#270: Brewers' Garrett Mitchell

Minor League Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2020 71:41


Milwaukee Brewers first-round pick Garrett Mitchell joins The Show Before the Show to discuss his Draft experience coming out of UCLA and how he's starting his career in the middle of a Minor League stoppage. Also, Benjamin Hill joins Tyler and Sam to discuss a potential name change in Beloit, and MiLB.com's Josh Jackson shares a story about one Minor League fan who has spanned the country collecting sundae helmets.

Minor League Baseball Podcast
Episode 270: Brewers' Garrett Mitchell

Minor League Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2020 71:41


Milwaukee Brewers first-round pick Garrett Mitchell joins The Show Before the Show to discuss his Draft experience coming out of UCLA and how he's starting his career in the middle of a Minor League stoppage. Also, Benjamin Hill joins Tyler and Sam to discuss a potential name change in Beloit, and MiLB.com's Josh Jackson shares a story about one Minor League fan who has spanned the country collecting sundae helmets.

Chuck & Winkler
6 AM - Big Ten eliminates non-conference games

Chuck & Winkler

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2020 42:16


6 AM - Tim Allen is in for Bart Winkler today.  We cover all of the news and notes from Thursday.  The Big Ten conference is eliminating non-conference games for 2020.  We'll hear from Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren and Brewers 1st-round pick Garrett Mitchell.

Milwaukee Brewers Podcast
Brewers on Tap

Milwaukee Brewers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2020 22:56


This week's edition of Brewers on Tap features a recap of the first week of camp and a conversation with 1st round pick Garrett Mitchell.

B.J. & The Bear
HR 1 - Splurging on your first big contract - David Strauss (Head Oddsmaker, MyBookie.ag) - Best Tweet (Fails PbP with Nantz & Romo)

B.J. & The Bear

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2020 45:20


B.J. takes his fair share of criticism after his golf outing team bogey's a par five and finishes well below the over/under set on Wednesday's show. The fellas also dive into what they would purchase with their first big contract if they signed one today, apparently they have more of a loose wallet than new Brewers draft pick Garrett Mitchell. David Strauss joins the program to discuss TBT and NBA odds, along with this weekends upcoming UFC battles on Fight Island. Yet again the first hour is closed out with a little play-by-play from Jim Nantz & Tony Romo (Frank Caliendo in reality) in the 'Best Tweet We Saw' featuring all sorts of fails.

Bleeding Blue & Yellow Podcast
S1, E2: Is Garrett Mitchell Good?

Bleeding Blue & Yellow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2020 37:27


In this podcast we discuss each of the draft picks including first round selection Garrett Mitchell, how they will benefit the Crew, and our thoughts on the picks. We also analyze some of the surprising decisions made at the top of the draft, and how certain players could perform going forward. Be sure to check out our blog at bleedingblueandyellow.wordpress.com, and remember to subscribe, rate and review our podcast! Enjoy the second ever episode of the Bleeding Blue and Yellow Podcast. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bleedingblueandyellow/support

Milwaukee's Tailgate Baseball Podcast
Episode 143 | Manfred Lite vs Manfred Extra

Milwaukee's Tailgate Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2020 73:29


Rob Manfred continued his subtle dance of bad faith negotiating this week when he claimed he had the "framework" of a deal with Tony Clark, then owners threw a hissy fit when the union countered their proposal, all while the number of Covi-19 cases continue to spike in both states that host spring training, throwing the whole enterprise into question. We talked all about that, about Manfred's future in MLB, Garrett Mitchell's immediate future and the potential for expansion teams and realignment. Finally, we discussed our favorite non-Brewers growing up. Support the podcast on Patreon and receive the Monthly Minor League Extra and Weekly Packers Preview. Save 20% in the Karben4 webstore with the promo code MKETailgate. Music: Fair Weather Fans by The Baseball Project recorded live at WFMU --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mketailgate/message

Bird & Berbs Podcast
2019-20 Captain Garrett Mitchell

Bird & Berbs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2020 20:17


Garrett Mitchell played 40 games with the Royals in 2019-20, his first extended time in the ECHL after 400 career games in Hershey. Mitchell signed a one-year AHL deal with Rockford in April. He explains how his time with the Royals helped reinvigorate his belief that he can still consistently contribute.

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes
"A Little Bigger Than a Nickel" - What's Next From Dexcom?

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2020 39:39


Dexcom is featured in a lot of headlines coming out of this year's just-completed ADA Scientific Sessions. Stacey talks to CEO Kevin Sayer about everything from how COVID has impacted the G7 timeline, what the G7 will actually feature, adhesive changes and more. She asks why Europe got approval for back of arm placement and when we might see that in the USA and, once again, we check in on direct to watch progress. Check out Stacey's new book: The World's Worst Diabetes Mom! In Tell Me Something Good, a major league dream comes true. Read about Garret Mitchell here This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care provider. Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! ADA Scientific Sessions  Sign up for our newsletter here ----- Use this link to get one free download and one free month of Audible, available to Diabetes Connections listeners! ----- Get the App and listen to Diabetes Connections wherever you go! Click here for iPhone      Click here for Android   Episode transcription: Stacey Simms  0:00 Diabetes Connections is brought to you by One Drop created for people with diabetes by people who have diabetes and by Dexcom take control of your diabetes and live life to the fullest with Dexcom.   Unknown Speaker  0:17 This is Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms.   Stacey Simms  0:23 This week catching up with Dexcom at the ADA Scientific Sessions a time when a lot of new studies are presented. But this year COVID-19 means delays for expected tech, including Dexcom G7, which was moving ahead with trials.   Kevin Sayer  0:38 It was in full force in March it was gonna continue throughout the rest of the year that came to a grinding halt. We are in the process now of resuming and replanting that schedule.   Stacey Simms  0:50 Dexcom CEO Kevin Sayer goes more in depth about the G7 we also talk about adhesive changes, working with European pump manufacturers and what else Coming down the line and tell me something good a major league dream comes true. This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care provider. Welcome to another week of Diabetes Connections. I am so glad to have you along. I'm your host Stacey Simms and you need to educate and inspire about diabetes by sharing stories of connection. My son was diagnosed with type one right before he turned two. He is now 15. My husband lives with type two diabetes. I don't have any kind of diabetes. I have a background in broadcasting and local radio and television and that is how you get the show. The American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions is a conference where every year many studies many many studies are released and thousands of people gathered to hear what's new and to do some serious schmoozing Of course this year the entire conference was virtual, which is a terrific opportunity. You know maybe you're able to register and jump online. A lot of new media outlets offered their own platforms for you to kind of take part into the virtual conference. I've never been to a da. And while I don't plan on reading every study, you really can go online and see just about everything. I'm going to link up some of the major links, including the one right to the conference, and some of the abstracts. I think every abstract was on one of the pages I saw. So I will link up all of that information on the episode homepage. And I've already put a lot of it out on social media. And chances are good that as this episode airs the Tuesday after ADA that you may have read about a lot of these things you may have seen some of the studies, but I really like going in depth with the the newsmakers as we call them as I used to work in News Radio, but you know, the people who are putting out these studies, so this is the first of what I hope are many interviews over the next couple of weeks. I have confirmation from several of the pump manufacturers. I've reached out to some of the other tech people and people doing these studies and we'll have more information on And follow up on some of the information that came out. A quick disclaimer. As always, I always like to make this clear. Dexcom is a sponsor of this show, you'll hear their commercial later on, but they don't have any editorial control. And that means they don't tell me what to say or what to ask when I have Kevin Sayer or anybody on from Dexcom. longtime listeners know the drill. But I just like to make that clear. I'll also add we just had Kevin on the show a few weeks back, it did a whole episode when they announced that they were going to have CGM access to hospitals because of COVID-19. And I asked our Facebook group if it was a little too much Dexcom. But overwhelmingly, they said no, give us as much information as you can. So we will get to Kevin in just a moment. But first diabetes Connections is brought to you by One Drop. You know, I spoke to the people at One Drop and I was really impressed at how much they get diabetes. It really makes sense because their CEO Jeff was diagnosed with type one as an adult. One Drop is for people with diabetes by people with diabetes, the people Let One Drop work relentlessly to remove all barriers between you and the care you need. Get 24 seven coaching support in your app and unlimited supplies delivered, no prescriptions or insurance required. Their beautiful sleek meter fits in perfectly with the rest of your life philosophies send you test strips with a plan that actually makes sense for how much you actually check. One Drop diabetes care delivered, learn more, go to Diabetes connections.com and click on the One Drop logo. The ADA Scientific Sessions this year pretty different all virtual, but the information is still coming out. There's so much of it as always, and I was able to talk to Dexcom now this interview happened Friday just as a DA began. And while we were able to talk about things that were going to be presented over the weekend, there's always a chance breaking news happens since the interview follow along on social media for more information if anything changed, of course we'd put it out that way. And I will link up more information in the show notes. quick bit of housekeeping, there are a couple of terms that we throw around here that I want to make sure to just to define really quickly and kind of loosely, most of you are familiar. MARD is a measurement for CGM, the lower the mark, the better, the more accurate and we talked about that. We also mentioned  iCGM. That is a new we're just about two years old classification from the FDA here in the United States, where an integrated continuous glucose monitoring system can include automated insulin dosing systems, you know, insulin pumps, it can integrate other devices like the Dexcom g six does with the tandem pump, that sort of thing. It also classifies it as a new type of device in a different class for the FDA, which means different things for approval going forward. I will link up more information on that but when he says i CGM, that's what he's talking about. Here is my interview with Dexcom’s Kevin Sayer. Kevin, thanks so much for talking to me. It hasn't been so long. Since we last spoke, but with the ADA once I get a roundup of everything that was happening, thanks for jumping on.   Kevin Sayer  6:06 Well, thanks for having me again, Stacey. It's always fun,   Stacey Simms  6:09 we have a lot to catch up on some things that we just talked about a few weeks ago. I'm going to start if I may, with something that may seem very mundane, but really caught my eye. And that is the approval in Europe, of placement on the upper back of the arm. We are a largely US based podcast, we do have large international listeners who are very interested in Dexcom. But can you talk a little bit about how that came to be? And as we have talked about before, many people here in the US were on the back of their arm, even though it's not FDA approved. So I guess the second part of that question is, are you submitting for approval here too?   Kevin Sayer  6:48 Well, I'll answer all those questions. And let's start with your You are correct. People have been wearing this thing on the back of their arm for a long time, even though legally and regulatory, I cannot encourage that on a podcast. The fact is when you go to, in particular to like a kid's diabetes meeting, that's where you see all the sensors. And so we've seen that a lot in Europe, we had done some studies and there was some evidence presented that was compelling enough to the authorities that we can get that arm indication. And so we filed that and we got it. Also combining that in Europe, we got a pregnancy indication as well. So we were in a really good position with with respect to see mark with us regulations, we have that iCGM standard. And the evidence that we presented in Europe for approval isn't strong enough to meet those iCGM standards that we have with our G six system. But we are working on putting together some evidence in the US that we think would work and will be good enough. So we will ultimately seek a G six arm indication. I think the other thing to look forward to as far as that when we run our G seven pivotal study, we're going to run the study on In the back of the arm and on the abdomen and on for pediatric patients and on the upper medics as well. So we'll have three labeled sites there. And that will give our patients literally the optionality labor for label indications where the center and the in the most popular places.   Stacey Simms  8:17 It's interesting, when you have a chance, I understand why you wouldn't go back with the G six and redo things like that, you know, I would imagine the cost alone would be prohibitive. But with the G seven in new systems, it must be interesting to hear from customers, not only things like arm placement, or I wonder if there are other things that you might test. In other words, I have always heard and I guess you can confirm I don't know if it's the case, that the reason that pumps and CGM should not be put through airport scanners is because it wasn't tested there. Is that the kind of thing that in the future we might see you You trying? You know, hey, let's test it with this condition. Let's test it under that condition. I mean, does that come into play? Well,   Kevin Sayer  8:55 we do all of the testing required under federal regs. For those things, I mean, I've worn my CGM through scanner, never worn anything through the scanner through the suitcase, mind you better but I will tell you some of the things we do there is, you do have a very good question there. Because you do ask, do we listen and what are some of the things we try before we lock in on our product design and what do we test and some of the things we've we've talked through and thought about what g seven because we've been at this for quite a while we've had multiple size configurations. Before we locked in on what we did. We've made it smaller, we've made it bigger. We've liked it on the size we like it on because that was the optimal configuration for the electronics and you get to a point sometimes when things are so small, you can almost lose dexterity or the ability to use it properly. We know people want a smaller less visible sensor. As we look going forward. We will continue to focus on that. we tried numerous adhesives with G7 A in our set In our research work, what sticks the most without causing problems, etc. We, we even experiment, not just from a customer standpoint or customer feedback standpoint, but from a scientific standpoint, what's the shortest we can make the sensor and still get the outcome and the accuracy that we want. So we've spent enough time on the G7 system, to whereby we've tested a number of things of that nature to figure out what the best configuration we can get is. And we balance that with getting the product approved, and again, through the ICGM standards. So there will always be when we launch a new product, there will always be some features that we leave on the table that we don't put in it that we would like to put in the next generation. But ultimately, we have to stop and say that this is good enough. It's my job to make them stop. I promise you, the guys have more great ideas than you could ever imagine. But that is a very important part of our process to really listen and test those things. As we go.   Unknown Speaker  11:00 Okay, so you mentioned you've brought up now the G7. So let's jump ahead. I do have some g six questions, but let's jump ahead and look at that. Where are you on the G7? Did the has COVID delayed things? I know you hate the dates out there, but let's talk about No.   Kevin Sayer  11:13 All right, and I won't put a final date out there. But COVID has delayed things on a couple of fronts. The major one is the clinical study any of your listeners and involved in one of our pivotal studies where our patients go into the clinic for you know, at least half a day, at least 12 hours to have blood drawn and tested in the lab instrument is glucose values are raised and lowered. All those types of activities have ceased due to the COVID situation and we had a very aggressive clinical trial schedule. Literally, it was in full force and Martin was going to continue throughout the rest of the year that came to a grinding halt. We are in the process now of resuming and re planning that schedule, but we still don't know all the dynamics of the schedule and the best example I can give you if you go to a large Diabetes Center They might have had four or five patients at the same time in the room being monitored, while the social distancing Are we going to have to? Are we going to be able to have four or five? And what protocols are the various centers going to be running with respect to those clinical trials? So we are really literally out there rescheduling the pivotal study for the G7 system. That is the biggest delay. The other thing we have experienced, and it's to a lesser extent, is just the effect of COVID-19 on all of the people involved in this process. You know, I was talking to somebody the other day, and they used to quote, it takes a village to raise a child it sure as heck takes a community to build a product. And we do depend on a number of other suppliers who encountered their own COVID difficulties, the easiest one that comes to mind which you summon the molds for the plastic or an 18 month lead time and the molding company was hit by COVID and literally shut their whole factory down for a month. And that's not the mold makers. That's not a problem that just does Just reality, we put all of the operational pieces of the schedule back together. We're comfortable with those timeframes. Now we've got to get the pivotal study up and running and get it big enough. And I will go back to you know, I've talked about I CGM and the bar that the FDA has said, This isn't a study, we can go run with 80 patients and call it a day, there's going to be several hundred patients here. To the extent statistically we can come up with models to decrease the size of this study, we will, but we do analyze it, because the criteria are such and the one that they explained to me that rang the truest in the mid range of the good range of sensors, you know, timing range between 70 and 180. If we have 1000 data points, and if seven of those are off by 40 points, or 40%, the whole trials done, and our biggest source of error in the studies is not the sensor, and it's not because the centers aren't great because they are, there's just so many pieces of paper and so many things that have to happen. So we are really refining that process. Given the fact that we can't run studies now, we're very optimistic once we get them going, and we'll do well. We're going to run a study for Europe, in addition to that, and file that separately, so you'll hear more timeframes from us. But it's going to take longer than even a couple of months to have the perfect schedule laid out a timeframe is not coming for a while. Can you   Stacey Simms  14:17 share anything about the G7? In terms of what makes it different? And why move ahead with a new type of sensor? Is it still good,   Kevin Sayer  14:26 and I'll go back to my first statement to listening. The one feature our patients have all said they want a smaller, and that's pretty universal. When we embarked on this many years ago, we literally started with something the size of an m&m. Now the G7 is a little bigger than a nickel. It's not as small as an m&m, but it's still pretty small. And we wanted to do that. We wanted to eliminate some of the difficulties with respect to transmitters and pairing the whole G7 system is disposable. We also when we looked at G7, and when we started down this path We designed this from the very beginning to manufacturer in an automated manner. There will be humans manning the machines but these aren't going to be human lives. Everything else we've done we designed around the fact that we manually put everything together or have many manual processes now g six is about to the point where that will be pretty much all automated or manual lines will go away but we wanted to build a product that we could build 10s if not hundreds of millions of in a repeatable manner and our previous generations or product, even g six up until now I think g six has now crossed the barrier where we can build lots of them but build g five system says you could have never got to the volumes we anticipate getting to as as technology continues to expand and explode and i and i think what we've created and our goal which he said is to give us a product configuration that anybody can wear and then it will have multi uses. It's as big a step forward from G six is G six was for G five.   Stacey Simms  15:56 When you say the whole system is disposable in the size of a nickel Retreat you want to avoid transmitter issues? Is it all in one is the transmitter and the sensor   Kevin Sayer  16:04 transmitter and sensor all built into one unit yes   Stacey Simms  16:07 I'm you know, having been with Dexcom for more than six years now and I think we started in the g4 Platinum I'm trying to visualize   Kevin Sayer  16:16 it's very small for some pictures on our website. No, it's much smaller and much thinner and it literally if you were a G seven you have no idea on your body.   Stacey Simms  16:25 Really interesting and you anticipated having a similar more similar you know accuracy as the G said   Kevin Sayer  16:31 yes, yes, it has to meet the iCGM standards and and so we've we're designing it that way. We're designing the algorithm the pivotal studies along those lines. And right now what what is becoming very clear to us as we go through these statistics, Walmart is always important from an overall perspective, the iCGM standards are more important than than just the margin number is important that these things be reliable and offer the same experience every time. So we Certainly you have to have a good mark to be approved Android CGM standards, but the reliability of the centers is every bit as important. We're focused on both.   Stacey Simms  17:09 Well, as we look forward to that, as you said, it'll be a while because of COVID and other delays. My listeners, as always have questions and one that has come up quite a bit. We'll go back here to the G six and current manufacturing is a question about whether the adhesive had changed recently on the G six. As always with me, it's anecdotal. I don't have access to studies or thousands of people. But we've noticed within the Facebook group that I run for the podcast that more people are reporting, rashes and problems with the adhesive with the G six than they had in months and years past and the question came up is has something changed?   Kevin Sayer  17:43 Yes, it has. There's a very fine balance. On the adhesive side. We weren't here product for 10 days. We save this as a 10 day sensor, and one of our most common occurrences of replacing a sensor as it falls off, in fact, the most common one so for years, we have studied adhesives and wanted to make an adhesive change that would give patients a better experience and have that sensor last the entire 10 days. And so we did change the adhesive out to something that was more sticky on the one and we are very happy to report that we are seeing a great reduction in the number of sensors that fall off people. So we are delivering on end to the experience. On the other side of that we have seen an increase in allergic reaction to that new adhesive. We have some data on our website. And we have done some clinically based work for those patients to give them some options to whereby the adhesive will not have that same effect that there's some mitigate mitigations that you can make to do that. So if you contact us, again, I believe it's on our website or also you can contact our tech support. There are some clinically based solutions that we can offer.   Stacey Simms  18:46 All right, so I will refer people to the website and we'll keep helping each other but I think people wanted to make sure and just get confirmation that something had changed.   Kevin Sayer  18:53 Well we did change it we did   Stacey Simms  18:54 Dexcom offers the free over patch when people request it you know to help it be more simple. Has that changed at all? Or that seems to be the same?   Kevin Sayer  19:02 I believe, yeah, the over patches. So we'll say,   Stacey Simms  19:04 Okay, I feel like this is almost like when I used to ask you about Android, but it popped up in my timeline that three years ago, the Apple Watch product came out and it was a huge press release from Apple about this is gonna change your health, this is going to change you know, everything. And in that article was, of course, and you'll be able to see your blood glucose from your Dexcom. They also would hope to get on your watch on your watch.   Kevin Sayer  19:27 We're always supported it. We're not direct to watch it yet. That project has has proved to be extremely difficult. The architecture of a watch is different than the architecture of the of the mobile phone. And in the middle of that I believe there have been changes made to the watch architecture as well. We as we've looked at and prioritized our projects and our resources and we look at software things we need to work on. While that project is still on our list, getting more reliability went to patients each and every day has been above that. And this taken some precedent to it, we will eventually get there. But there's also some interesting issues with the watch that we didn't even contemplate when that release came out. And I'll give you the perfect example. You've got to charge your watch every day. How do you get that alert on your wrist? When your watches charging, and things of that nature, there is a different experience, and different safety features are going to be required to be implemented over time. We're working through it and thinking about it. We aren't ready and in all fairness, as we've looked at resources, if we're picking for example, between g seven and the watch, look, I love to watch you use I use all these tech gadgets all the time, and I put different ones on, we will eventually get there is a lot more complex than we envisioned when we started down the path. Probably the most loyal Apple Watch, where's our tech comm patience. If you're an apple watch on an Apple phone and use an apple watch those patients use the Dexcom app on that watch a lot. Even through the phone. The watch experience has been a very good experience for our patients who use it   Unknown Speaker  21:00 What about other watches like Fitbit or devices like that   Kevin Sayer  21:03 we display on the samsung watches or some of the Android platforms now we've had discussions with Fitbit. Fitbit just got acquired. And I think they're regrouping and figuring out where they go. I think it'd be wonderful to offer our patients solutions along those lines, it becomes a question of do you get the whole device safety experience on that display? And how do we label it and what do we do? But these are the things we're looking at and pursuing?   Stacey Simms  21:27 Another question I got from a listener was all about can Kevin talk about other Dexcom partnerships with newer pumps, at least new to the US like, yep, so mad if I'm saying it correctly, and other you know, European and worldwide, pump companies, is there anything new to talk about with those partners?   Kevin Sayer  21:45 You know what? We just signed an arrangement with ipsum ed to work with them, their pump will pair with our sensor. It'll be in Europe first. They will bring it to the United States at some point in time. They have also signed an agreement to license, our type zero technology, Viagra that we have that has been involved in numerous studies around the world and is the basis for control IQ as well. So they will use that algorithm and it will continue to work with our sensor. I don't know all their us plans, I won't speak on their behalf. So we'll see where that ends up. We do have research relationships with a number of entities getting to commercialization, we'll just have to see these partnerships. You know, I would tell you that the 10 of joint product offering is doing extremely well we get great feedback. The insolate study has started back up. I look forward to the day when all these things are on the market. Stacey, giving patients the choice to have these automated systems will be a wonderful thing for patients and they've been very patient waiting for us and for our partners to get them out. I think when the day comes it will be fabulous but we cannot pair with every single. It is kind of a hard balance. pairing with every single pump is a lot of work to support in house but we want To be interoperable, that we want to get products out, we really want to get solutions out there. And we're happy with the partners that we have. In the US, I think initiatives like the loop initiative where they're gonna develop an algorithm that could work on a number of pumps and number systems might be a very good option for Dexcom to pair with others because the pairing is done by them in the app, not necessarily by work by us. So over time, the interoperability strategies one will continue to challenge and we are prepared to work with anybody that can enhance patient's lives and help our business   Stacey Simms  23:32 it just a clarification question you mentioned Dexcom owns the type zero algorithm, which is the brains let's say of control IQ really are the basis of it if it's used in another pump, if it's in the Yep, so mid pump, is it the same exact bit of software? Or do they are there changes or   Kevin Sayer  23:50 tweaks? No, I'm I know that Tana has made changes to the app and how it works, but the funnel mental math and the algorithm will more than likely be the same. I can't speak Exactly. attend some, but I'm pretty confident it'll be a similar experience from an accuracy and from a patient perspective is the way it works. And then we're working with our type zero team to develop other algorithms, and advanced versions of what they've learned in the past. We are free to license to others as well.   Stacey Simms  24:15 It'll be interesting to see how that evolves. And when we talk about interoperability, I actually have a little bit of trouble with that, because in my head, and I've described it like this before, it seems like it should be more like Mr. Potato Head, right? Like I have the base, and then I get to put the ears on that I want the eyes on that I want the feet or whatever. But it's not exactly that easy, right? It wouldn't be a question of like, grab a Medtronic pump, but I get to slap a Dexcom sensor on or you know, buy or anything like that, right? It's not No,   Kevin Sayer  24:42 no, it's not that simple at all. And in all fairness, I think Dexcom has done a better job and design our product to be interoperable better than anybody else. And I can give you a very simple example. I tried to close this many years ago. Our transmitters designed to talk to multiple devices at this Same time to more than one. And that took a lot of time and a lot of engineering and a lot of dollars. And so I raised the question, why are we talking to multiple things? Let's just talk to one. They all kind of like I should know. Well, now think about things. Now you can talk to your tandem pumpers. You can also talk to a phone app at the same time. What a wonderful feature for our patients. And what a wonderful feature as our software changes or gets an advanced feature, that maybe our pump partners or a pen partner or somebody else doesn't have be able to talk to both is a wonderful opportunity for our patients if they want to use both apps. And I think over time, particularly as we look at refining your software experience, it seems to be more important.   Stacey Simms  25:41 Last listener question was about compression lows. I don't know if what they're really called. But anecdotally you sleep on the place for the Dexcom is the circulation slows or for whatever reason you get a fake low. I'm sure you're all aware of this. are you addressing it you think it will be cleared up with the G7   Kevin Sayer  25:59 I don't know. It'll be completely cleared up for G7, I would hope it decreases because, and I can only speak from a theoretical perspective, the sensor is smaller and the transmitter is less bulky. So there might be less pressure pressed on it. But compression has existed in all sensors forever. I have asked the team to look at other ways to deal with the compression issue and come up with some ideas. And they have some very good ones. It wouldn't be in the first version of G seven. But I we've got a couple of thoughts that I won't share, because they're very proprietary. I think we have some good answers for compression over time. The question becomes, though, Stacey, and this gets back to the patient experience. And since your listeners are familiar with us, if it's compression low, do we still alert you and wake you up and tell you to roll over? Or do we guess what your glucose value should be and just keep going? What is much safer is to alert you and wake you up and say you're having a compression error roll over? It's not a real low. But do you all want to be woke up for with that type of error or would you rather is Wait for a half an hour and say I was just compressions con, these are the kind of things we shouldn't talk about, and contemplate within the engineering group, which is why these guys want to work here. It's really interesting.   Stacey Simms  27:10 Hey, there's so much information that is coming out at hga that we haven't even touched on. And I you know, as you listen, I will link up a lot of the information. There's the GE six, two year anniversary study. There are a lot of information about the hybrid closed loop partnerships that's coming out. I'm curious, the launch of the G six Pro. Honestly, I'm not sure that too many listeners of this podcast would use a product like that, whether it's blinded or they just get it temporarily from their their provider. But talk to us a little bit about that. Who is that for? What was the demand like for that?   Kevin Sayer  27:42 Well, the demand on that has been huge. And the demand starts in the physician offices. And literally, if you think about Dexcom, our pro product right now is a g4. It's not even g five and our physicians have never had the opportunity to be able to say to a patient, let me Let you have a CGM experience similar to what you would have if you're one. So for your audience in particular for patients who would like to know what CGM is like the physician can output a unit on it. This is exactly the G six system. The G six Pro is a transmitter to sensor in a single box. Patient wears it and it's disposed of at the end of the sensor where period, the reason you have the blinded app physicians have asked for it. We think for patients unblinded is obviously the way to go because they can learn what to do with their own management. But the fact is, for a physician, there's a baseline check as to, hey, how's my treatment working? Or how's this treatment working in a type two non insulin taking patient in particular, you can put that sensor on blinded for a 10 day period and get a readout and go, wow, this is working and this is not so the audience is very much from an educational and therapeutic perspective. In the professional environment. We have priced it in a manner to whereby the physicians can really acquire this at a reasonable cost. It will also be you know, at As you look at what's happened with COVID, as well, taking newly diagnosed patient and telemedicine, you can put a patient on this professional system. And if the patient uses the date alive, the physician can use the data live. As we've gone through the the virus situation, the the learnings we've had from our physicians about how CGM actually works. It's been really interesting. I mean, I get phone calls, do you know I can watch my patients from home I didn't know you could watch your patients from home and clarity, we reduce the three hour time lag, we've got near real time. And that's helpful. So you know, in this new age, where you have telemedicine and all the information that physicians need to get, we think g six pro fits in very nicely and we want patients to be able to have that experience and learn what index comm is like rather than than other things and learn the information they can get ultimately for us as timing range becomes the measure. Now let's take it a step further. If you're a physician and your key measure Simon range Your patient doesn't wear a sensor, you can just put a blinded Dexcom on him, send him home for 10 days and come back, download it, you can read it. And you know what that patient assignment ranges. It has a number of great uses for us and will be a platform for growth going forward, we think is going to be very, very, very important.   Stacey Simms  30:16 I didn't realize it hadn't been updated since g4 that makes a lot of sense. No. And then before I have to go one more quick question. Last time we talked, we talked about CGM in hospitals. I know how long but how is that program going? What is the feedback? And can you talk about how widespread it's been   Kevin Sayer  30:33 able to come? We've had interest from many, many well over 100 hospitals close to 150. And we're in quite a few of them. The interest has been great. It has taken more time for us to do this than we would have thought when we started. when everything started happening very quickly. We were getting requests from hospitals and people didn't quite know what CGM was but read about it that we literally thought 10% of our production might be going to the hospital and it hasn't been that great of a demand. We've learned the intricacies of hospital operations with respect to it and GE, we're sending you free phones fuse the sensor and you guys don't want to use them because you don't know if they're HIPAA safe. We've had to learn all these steps along the way. But where are we got it, and where it's up and running? Well, the results have been everything we'd hoped for the sensors performing the way we want it to it's accurate. We haven't seen major problems due to drug interference, which was a concern that has been an FDA concern over time, the ability of the healthcare providers to monitor from in the hallway, a finger stick administered by a healthcare professional, somebody timed it for many other days, about 15 minutes because you got to gown up, put on gloves, go stick the finger, okay, if you're doing a finger stick an hour, you're saving 15 minutes of nurse time every hour. For every patient, they don't have to stick the finger on. There's been a huge reduction in PPD. The patients are getting off the insulin drip faster because their diabetes can under control more rapidly. are leaving the ICU faster. They're going home healthier, all the outcomes. We hope for happening, the speed of which the uptake has been slower than we would like, but it is still going on and people are still expressing interest. And I, I think based on the places where it has been, I don't think anybody's going to let it leave. Particularly while we sit and anticipate what could possibly happen in the fall, we are going to gather data. And when we can gather data and get enough data to whereby there's a meaningful submission, or at least a discussion, we'll take that and we'll discuss it with the FDA and decide what next steps would be to get the labeling and to get a hospital usage approved. I think the products always belong there. I went through an experience personally with my mom many years ago, she had a heart valve replaced and it took them longer to get and she had type two diabetes. It took them longer to get her glucose under control than it did to get her heart valve and all the other pieces of her recovery then it was fascinating. I mean, they kept coming in adjusting insulin dosage, taking it up taking it down. And I kept saying I have something we could put on her to make It's easier, and no, no. So I do think it belongs here. It's a great use for the product.   Stacey Simms  33:06 That's really interesting. Well, Kevin, thank you so much for taking some time to talk to me about this. A lot of things happening at once. And I always appreciate your time. And when you start the G7 trials, I know that we all go through the official channels, but you know, call me We'll get my son and   Kevin Sayer  33:24 hey, we appreciate I always love to come on on your show. We always have a great discussion, and I'm happy to deal with any questions that come up. You know, I don't hide.   Stacey Simms  33:33 Yeah, I appreciate that very much.   Unknown Speaker  33:40 You're listening to diabetes connections with Stacey Simms.   Stacey Simms  33:46 For information at Diabetes connections.com. As always, at the episode homepage, we do have a transcript as well if you prefer to share it that way if that's helpful for people that you know, easier to read it than to listen and just to be crystal clear, if it wasn't paying 100% choking. At the end of that interview, I could no more get into a clinical trial by talking to Kevin Sayer than I could, I don't know, get Benny a better wrestling birth by going to the NBS Linux department of his high school. I mean, I don't know about you, but that's not how it works for me. And we joke all the time being Penny never been able to get him in a clinical trial. We keep trying, I'm signed up all over the place. Maybe the word is out on what a pain in the butt I am. But I would love to get him in one of those. So we'll keep trying, but interesting information there. And I will link it all up at the episode homepage. Tell me something good in just a moment. Let's talk about baseball. But first diabetes Connections is brought to you by Dexcom. And you know, when we started using basal IQ a couple of years ago, that's the Dexcom G 610. to pump software program. I was so happy with it. And then with control IQ. It's just amazing. less work. better results with diabetes with a teenager. I mean, Benny always liked seeing his face GM numbers on the pump, right? We got that pretty much right away with tandem. But honestly, it was just more of a cool feature he really took us pump out to just look at it. There's some secret sauce, though, in first basal IQ and now control IQ, right? That just really is incredibly helpful. His range time and range has increased significantly, his agency has come down significantly, you know, I don't talk about specific numbers. Holy cow. Of course individual results may vary. To learn more, go to Diabetes connections.com and click on the Dexcom logo.   Intel Tell me something good this week. This is a cool story that just because it's a cool story on its own, but I was alerted to this because in one of the Facebook groups I'm in, a mom posted a picture and this picture had to be at least 10 years old, maybe 1215 years old, of her son on a baseball team with another little boy both kids with type one and the other little boy was just dropped By the Milwaukee Brewers, Garrett Mitchell was selected 20th overall in last week's draft. Now, there's a lot of information here about baseball, I don't know. But I like this sentence, many heads a left handed hitter projected as going into the top 10. So the early take is the Brewers got a gym who dropped further than expected. And then they go in about like, well, his power numbers, and there are questions about this. But Wow, I'll link up one of the articles where Garrett Mitchell is quoted, and he really did talk about it. He said, You know, a lot of these teams, it did come down to diabetes, what teams want to deal with that, you know, what teams are comfortable with that? And he says, personally, I don't really see this challenge. You know, there are a lot of people who questioned him, but he says, I know how my body works. I know what I need to do. And he has been dealing with it since he was a young child. And I think it was really interesting that the story I'm reading this from isn't from a diabetes publication. It's not a profile on jdrf. There's lots of those and I hope we hear much more about Garrett Mitchell, but this is just a regular sport. story where the diabetes stuff comes way, way, way down in the article, so congratulations to him. Thank you for those of you who alerted me to this on Twitter, which is always great if you see something good like this, please tag me let me know. And of course we are efforting an interview with Garrett Mitchell because why not? I would love to talk to him. If you have Tell me something good story. If your child is starting to play sports, and I mean, forget about hitting a home run, you know if they just get through the game, and you don't run on the field. I'm kidding, but I'm not kidding. The parents know what I'm talking about. Right? If you have a Tell me something good story big or small. Let me know this is my favorite part of the show. Every week. I love sharing your stories. You could email me Stacey at Diabetes connections.com or just tag me on social media and tell me something good. Before I let you go more Ada stuff is coming. I am excited to have interviews on tap with a lot of other technology companies and we'll be sharing those in the weeks to come. There's a lot of stuff to unpack here. I also want to let you know and this is kind of selfish and I hate that these are all the same time every year but I guess this is a word season so I want to give you a heads up that the we go health and the independent podcast awards are coming up in a thankfully it's not a vote everyday situation I hate when people do that just just awful that they asked you to get your listeners to vote every single day What a pain in the ass for I'm not gonna win anything with that attitude. But I have been nominated for a we go health award on the voting for that, which is basically just please go ahead and like me on the wiegel Health site will open up in July. And I will be putting that out on social media, the independent podcast awards. We've been very lucky where some wood that I can knock. We have been named a top 10 Health podcast. That's a nationwide independent podcast award every year since the podcast launched and I love keeping that streak going. So I will be asking for your help there as well. Again, it's just a vote once please. And there's lots and lots of podcasts to vote for. Same with legal health. There's lots of categories to vote for. So if you know somebody else in the diabetes community or there's a podcast Guess that you like you'll be able to nominate and vote for them there. So more to come on that just thank you very much. I hate asking but that's the only way to do it. All right, thank you to my editor jump, you can start audio editing solutions. Thank you very much for listening. And Stacey Simms. I'll see you back here next week. Until then, be kind to yourself.   Unknown Speaker  39:25 Diabetes Connections is a production of Stacey Simms media. All rights reserved. All wrongs avenged   Transcribed by https://otter.ai

Milwaukee Brewers Podcast
06.15.2020: Garrett Mitchell, baseball's stalemate and new Brewers book 'Turning 50'

Milwaukee Brewers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2020 36:50


Brewers beat reporter Tom Haudricourt joins host JR Radcliffe to discuss his new Brewers book, 'Turning 50,' taking a look back on the 50th anniversary of Milwaukee Brewers baseball. Plus, a look at first-round draft choice Garrett Mitchell and looking at the stalemate between baseball owners and the players association.

The Athletic Fantasy Baseball Podcast
Fantasy Impact of the MLB Draft

The Athletic Fantasy Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2020 32:26


Rundown1:00 The Top-Three Prospects4:55 How the Realities of 2020 Affected the Draft7:28 The Cubs Got Great Value in Ed Howard9:13 The Orioles' Draft, Starting with Heston Kjerstad11:54 Padres Go Robert Hassell III over Zac Veen13:31 Garrett Mitchell and Pete Crow-Armstrong16:57 Max Meyer's Ceiling18:48 Who Could Debut in 2021?20:59 Reid Detmers to the Angels23:07 Asa Lacy in the Top Tier25:15 Leaning on Area Scouts26:38 Trusting the Smart Organizations28:45 A Non-Obvious Draftee Who Could Be a StarFollow James on Twitter: @RealJRAndersonFollow Derek on Twitter: @DerekVanRiperFollow Michael on Twitter: @MBeller Get 40% off a subscription to The Athletic by visiting: theathletic.com/fantasybaseballpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Afternoon Program On 102.9 The Hog
6/11/20 - Kevin Holden of CBS 58

The Afternoon Program On 102.9 The Hog

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2020 17:05


Kevin Holden joins us to talk about the newest Brewer, Garrett Mitchell, will MLB play this season, and what NBA Disney will look like.

Brewers Coverage
Johnson: Mitchell could be a 5-tool guy for us

Brewers Coverage

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2020 19:25


Tod Johnson, Scouting Director for the Milwaukee Brewers, joined The Wendy’s Big Show to recap the 2020 MLB Draft.  Why did the Brewers go with all position players?  What’s their scouting report on Garrett Mitchell?  Who’s involved with making draft picks? Did they have a strategy going into the draft?  What information could he give us on some of the other picks in the draft?

Bad Takes & Heartbreaks-A Wisconsin Sports Podcast
Brewers 2020 1st Round Pick, Fan Mail Friday, Not Another Useless Top 5

Bad Takes & Heartbreaks-A Wisconsin Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2020 39:23


We discuss Brewers 1st round pick Garrett Mitchell, go through our Fan Mail Friday questions, and we have our top 5 list of reasons to love Wisconsin Sports.

B.J. & The Bear
HR 2: Brewers Draft Garrett Mitchell - KB (Drew & KB) - Thank You Thursday (Neenah Joint School District)

B.J. & The Bear

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2020 45:21


B.J. gets off and rolling in the second hour with the Brewers draft pick Garrett Mitchell and he gives his thoughts on the pick! KB (Drew & KB) joins the show this morning to have some fun conversation with B.J. and also sprinkle in a little sports talk! We end our show with our Thank you Thursday segment and it comes from the Neenah School District!

Rates & Barrels: A show about fantasy baseball

Rundown8:09 Spencer Torkelson at 1.111:21 Heston Kjerstad at #2 & Draft Strategy17:50 The Red Sox and Nick Yorke at 17th Overall22:20 The Case for Max Meyer27:28 Austin Martin Lands in Toronto31:13 Reid Detmers and Projection35:11 All Nick Gonzales Does is Hit40:26 Garrett Crochet and the Chris Sale Comp49:02 Mets & Brewers Get Pleasant Surprises at 19 & 2056:02 Bryce Jarvis Goes to Arizona61:53 Carson Tucker and Preparing with Big LeaguersFollow Eno on Twitter: @enosarrisFollow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRipere-mail: ratesandbarrels@theathletic.com

Bill Michaels Sports
HR1 - The Brewers selected OF Garrett Mitchell in the 1st round... good move?

Bill Michaels Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2020 41:10


Hour 1. Bill kicks off the show by taking a look at the prospect the Brewers took with the 20th overall pick last night in the MLB Draft, Outfielder Garrett Mitchell of UCLA, and by reacting to NASCAR banning the confederate flag from their premises. Plus, we'll talk some NFL with Ben Linsey of Pro Football Focus. Do you like the Brewers first round pick from last night? 

White Sox Business: A show about the Chicago White Sox
Keanan Lamb, Baseball Prospectus Senior MLB Draft Writer, Joins the Business!

White Sox Business: A show about the Chicago White Sox

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2020 43:58


Man, I've had so many hard outs lately; I think Tom's mentioned it in, like, the last three episodes. But hey, that's the life of a superstar producer - yaknowwhatImean ahah. Speaking of superstars, which soon-to-be White Sox will ascend to the game's pinnacle? Keanan Lamb, Senior MLB Draft Writer at Baseball Prospectus, joins Tommy and Jimmy to determine which precocious young fellow will be joining the White Sox in this year's MLB Draft (9:30). Keanan gives you Bizners the 411 on prospects projected to Chicago, such as Reid Detmers (12:15), Max Meyer (13:30), Pete Crow-Armstrong (18:00), Patrick Bailey (19:30), Heston Kjerstad (25:00), Garrett Mitchell (28:00), Ed Howard (29:30) and with all the chips on the table, Keanan shares who he believes Chicago will draft 11th overall (32:15). Follow Tom on Twitter: @TomFornelli Follow James on Twitter: @JRFegan Follow Kenan on Twitter: @keananlamb Follow the White Sox's Draft on Twitter: @WriteSox Save 40% off your first-year subscription to The Athletic by visiting: theathletic.com/southside Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Filling The Storehouse
Filling The Storehouse - Episode 16 (Health, Wealth, & Opportunity with Dr. Garrett Mitchell)

Filling The Storehouse

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2020 47:21


"Beloved, I pray that all may go well with you and that you may be in good health, just as it is well with your soul." - 3 John 1:2 Today we speak with our good friend, Dr. Garrett Mitchell. He was our first investor that allowed for us to start our business and we are so very grateful for him. We discuss a lot of different topics, to include COVID-19, trust, how to stay healthy, and how to find opportunity during these crazy times. Garrett's favorite podcast: https://samharris.org/podcast/ For more information on Storehouse 3:10 Ventures go to: https://storehouse310turnkey.com/

Prospects 365 Fantasy Baseball Podcast

MLB Draft Analyst Mason McRae joins host Ray Butler to discuss the methodology behind The War Room, a Duel of the Fates between Emerson Hancock and Asa Lacy, Zac Veen's destination and signability, Zach DeLoach's ascension, Garrett Mitchell's descent, projecting the many top-tier catching prospects, a Jared Jones price check, some hypothetical, surprise fallers and much more!

Bootleg
UCLA's Garrett Mitchell

Bootleg

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2020 52:58


Elite MLB Draft prospect Garrett Mitchell discusses COVID-19's impact on the sport of baseball through his own lens, offers up some cooking tips, and touts his exploits on an obscure video game that is, essentially, the lovechild of FIFA and Twisted Metal.

Valley 101
Does Phoenix have a gayborhood?

Valley 101

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2019 20:14


Positioned just northwest of downtown Phoenix, the Melrose District's mile-long strip of gay bars, vintage stores and eateries line Seventh Avenue with pride flags, murals and a rainbow crosswalk. But how did the Melrose District gain its reputation as a queer-friendly space? What even makes it one? Valley 101 producer Taylor Seely and Arizona Republic reporter Garrett Mitchell trekked the "fruit loop" talking to historians, shopkeepers, bartenders and residents to get a glimpse at why the Melrose District is Phoenix's go-to gayborhood. Want your question about metro Phoenix answered? Submit it at valley101podcast.azcentral.com. And follow us on Twitter @valley101pod.  

Home Field Disadvantage
The Church (ft. Garrett Mitchell)

Home Field Disadvantage

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2019 51:25


Spurned from reading the book, “Letters to the Church,” Stephen and Garrett discuss “Church.” What it means, where it comes from, and how we see it today. Hope you enjoy this episode and come to us with any questions on social media! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stephen-walker/support

Home Field Disadvantage
The Bible: Jonah

Home Field Disadvantage

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2019 46:24


Garrett Mitchell and I sit down again to start a series of videos deconstructing biblical stories. We start with Jonah, a story that has been taken out of context for years. What is it really telling us? Find out here. Enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stephen-walker/support

Home Field Disadvantage
Garrett Mitchell

Home Field Disadvantage

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2018 58:10


I sit down with Garrett to talk about our most favorite things: Tennessee Vols football and Scripture. We talk about memorable moments; good and bad of Tennessee football, and what reading scripture in context does for someone. Enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stephen-walker/support

Atheist Lowdown
Atheist Lowdown - Weekly Secular News Brief 01.10

Atheist Lowdown

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2018 9:07


Sources:Jordanian Atheist Writer Murdered: Suleiman Al-Khalidi, “Jordanian writer shot dead outside court before trial over cartoon.” Accessed September 30, 2016. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-jor...Bethan McKerman & Agencies, “Alleged killer who shot atheist Jordanian writer identified.” Accessed September 30, 2016. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wor...Ishaan Tharoor, “Arab TV host cheers secular writer’s assassination on television.” Accessed September 29, 2016. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/w... NSS Calls on British Government to Outlaw Caste Discrimination:National Secular Society, “NSS accuses Government of showing contempt for Parliament and UK’s international obligations on caste discrimination.” Accessed September 10, 2016. http://www.secularism.org.uk/news/201... National Secular Society, “Calls for Government to outlaw caste discrimination after tribunal rules in favour of victim kept in “domestic servitude.” Accessed September 10, 2016. http://www.secularism.org.uk/news/201... The Fundamentalizing of IDF:David Zoldan, “The Ever-diminishing Dissonance of Being a Religious Soldier in Israel's Secular Army.” Accessed September 5, 2016. http://www.haaretz.com/jewish/books/.... Poll on Morality of Enhancing Body:Michael Lipka, “The religious divide on views of technologies that would ‘enhance’ human beings.” Accessed September 15, 2016. http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/... Ticker: Peter Montgomery, “Mexico’s Religious Conservatives Seek Anti-LGBT Constitutional Amendment, LGBT Activists Defend Secular Government; Cash From Qatar Funds ‘Traditional’ Family Activism Worldwide; Global LGBT Recap.” Accessed September 8, 2016. http://religiondispatches.org/mexicos... Penny Edgell, Douglass Hartmann, Evan Stewart, & Joseph Gerteis, “Atheists and Other Cultural Outsiders: Moral Boundaries and the Non-Religious in the United States.” Accessed September 15, 2016. http://sf.oxfordjournals.org/content/... Frances Beroset, “Retired general Martin Dempsey emphasizes importance of religion in developing moral values.” Accessed September 13, 2006. http://www.dukechronicle.com/article/... Garrett Mitchell, “Lawsuit accuses Arizona charter schools of teaching history with religious slant.” Accessed September 29, 2016. http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/l... Matt Payton, “Record numbers leave Church of Denmark after atheist adverts.” Accessed September 29, 2016. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wor...

RealTuners Radio
RealTuners Radio – Episode 58 – Garrett Mitchell, Jared Cocanougher

RealTuners Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2018 73:27


Another great show!  Two of the quickest/fastest T56 drag racers on the show live, at one time!  Jared is literally at the track attempting to take the current record held by our guest Garrett.  Garrett tells the story of how his car "Leroy" came to be what it is today, a 7-second monster!  including a trip to the A2 Wind Tunnel in Mooresville, NC!  There is lots to learn from his approach, here he tells the story.  Huge thanks to both these guys for joining us tonight!  

Old Barn Hockey Show
12/4/17 LIVE Garrett Mitchell

Old Barn Hockey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2017 13:09


12/4/17 LIVE Garrett Mitchell

Old Barn Hockey Show
10/9/17 Bryan Helmer and Garrett Mitchell

Old Barn Hockey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2017 59:37


We jump around to a plethora of topics today right out of the gate. Then Bryan Helmer and Garrett Mitchell talk about the season ahead of us and the excitement for the Hershey Bears 80th Season.

Old Barn Hockey Show
1/9/17 -LIVE- Garrett Mitchell

Old Barn Hockey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2017 18:48


Garrett Mitchell has some fun with us at the Bears' Den and the whole family is along.

Congressional Dish
CD135: Education is Big Business (Every Student Succeeds Act)

Congressional Dish

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2016 90:56


The Every Student Succeeds Act was signed into law at the end of 2015 and is a major overhaul of education policy in the United States. In this episode, find out how the new law will likely lead to a massive transfer of taxpayer money into private pockets. Please support Congressional Dish: Click here to contribute with PayPal or Bitcoin Mail Contributions to: Congressional Dish 5753 Hwy 85 North #4576 Crestview, FL 32536 Thank you for supporting truly independent media! S. 1177: Every Student Succeeds Act Bill Highlights Section 4: Transition Ends previous funding programs on September 30,2016 The Statewide Accountability System created by this law will be effective starting in the 2017-2018 school year Title I: Improving basic programs operated by State and local educational agencies Funding Provides an average of $15.5 billion per year for 2017-2020 At least 7% of the funding must be reserved by States and granted to local educational agencies, who will be allowed to hire for-profit organizations for "improvement activities" States are allowed, but not required, to reserve 3% of their funding for direct student services, which includes AP courses, college courses, transportation to another school as needed, and tutoring. 50 local educational agencies will be allowed to create their own per-pupil method of distributing funds State Plans To receive funding, States must submit a peer-reviewed plan to be approved by the Secretary of Education. State plans will be available online for the public Plans will be required to include "challenging academic content standards" but the State won't be required to submit their standards to the Secretary of Education. Academic standards are only required for mathematics, reading or language arts, and science. Alternate academic standards can be developed for students with disabilities. Testing States will be required to test students in math, reading, and science and is allowed to test in any other subject. Math and reading tests are required each year from grades 3 through 8, and once in high school. Science tests will be required once during grades 3 through 5, once during grades 6 through 9, and once during grades 10 through 12. Results will be reported by race, ethnicity, wealth, disability, English proficiency status, gender, and migrant status. State and local educational agencies must include a policy that allows parents to opt their child out of mandated tests. School Choice Students can choose to attend an another public school controlled by the "local education agency" and the local education agency is allowed to pay for student transportation, but there is a funding cap. Secretary of Education's Role The Secretary of Education is prohibited from intervening or adjusting State plans The Federal Government can't force or encourage States to adopt Common Core standards. "No State shall be required to have academic standards approved or certified by the Federal Government in order to receive assistance under this Act." Accountability The State will publish a detailed annual report card on the State's educational agency's website. Local Educational Agency Plans Local educational agencies can only get Federal funding if they have State-approved plans Parents Right to Know Local educational agencies that receive Federal funds will have to provide parents with information about their kids' teachers, including if the teacher has met State qualifications for the grade level and subject and if the teacher is teaching under emergency or provisional status. Parents will also be informed if a student has been taught for 4 or more consecutive weeks by a teacher who does not meet State certification for the grade level or subject. Parents must give written consent in order for their child to participate in any mental health assessment, except for in emergencies. Children can not be forced to take a prescription medication as a condition for attending a Federally funded school. Schoolwide Programs Can be administered by for-profit providers Funds from Federal, State, and local grants can be consolidated and used to upgrade the entire educational program of schools where at least 40% of the children come from low income families. Schoolwide programs can be exempted by the Secretary of Education from regulations governing education grant programs. Activities can include mental health counseling, mentoring services, "specialized instructional support" services, college courses, activities for teachers, and preschool programs for children under 6 years old. High schools can use the money for dual enrollment of underperforming kids and can pay for teacher training, tuition and fees, books, "innovative delivery methods", and transportation to and from the program. "Targeted Assistance Schools" Can be administered by for-profit providers. Local agencies will decide the criteria that determines which kids are eligible Funds can pay for before and after school programs, summer programs, "activities", academic courses, and this law added "family support and engagement services". Children Enrolled in Private Schools Upon request, local educational agencies need to provide children in private schools with services including testing, counseling, mentoring, one-on-one tutoring, dual or concurrent enrollment, radio equipment, televisions, computer equipment, and other tech to "address their needs" "Educational services and other benefits for such private school children shall be equitable in comparison to services and other benefits or public school children..." An investigator will be employed to ensure equity for private school children and teachers A complaint and appeal process will be created for those who think the private school kids are not getting their share of money. Private school children's share of funds will be based on the number of low income children who attend private schools. Funds to private school children can be provided directly or through an "entity" or "third party contractor". State educational agencies must provide services to private school children if the local agencies don't, and they can do so by contracting with private organizations. Title II: Preparing, training, and recruiting high-quality teachers, principals, or other school leaders Creates a public or non-profit teaching academy which will award certificates or degrees equivalent to Masters degrees. The Federal funding provided is a little under half a billion per year. Contracts can be given to for profit entities for teacher testing, training, technical assistance, program administration, and mentoring. For-profit entities can also be hired by local education agencies to develop and implement processes for hiring and paying teachers. Partnerships between schools and private mental health organizations may be formed. The Federal government is prohibited from oversight Teacher and School Leader Incentive Program States, local educational agencies, and non-profit organizations will be given three year extendable grants to create and implement "performance based compensation systems" for teachers, principals and other school leaders in schools with at least 30% of students coming from low income families. Government agencies and charter schools and partner with for-profit entities Civics Courses 12 grants will be awarded to create summer school courses for 50-300 teachers that will inform them how to teach American history and civics. 100-300 junior or senior year students will also get intensive civics courses Title III: Language Instruction for English learners and immigrant students Funding Between $756 million increasing to $885 million per year through 2020. Some grant money will go to "institutions of higher education or public or private entities" for a National professional development project that will train & certify teachers, and pay for tuition, fees, and books. Process All students who may be English learners will be assessed within 30 days of enrolling in a new school. To determine how much money each State gets, data from the American Community Survey, conducted by the Department of Commerce will be used. Title IV: 21st Century Schools Funding $1.6 billion per year through 2020 Grants will be awarded to States to increase student access to education on technology, computer science, music, arts, foreign languages, civics, geography, social studies, environmental education and other experiences that contribute to a well rounded education. Local education agencies need to apply to get the money Local education agencies are allowed to partner with private entities Community Learning Centers Funding $1.1 billion per year through 2020 Purpose Private entities are eligible for 5 year grants to operate Community Learning Centers for extra education programs. State applications will be deemed approved if the Secretary of Education takes no action within 120 days. Applying entities get to decide the purpose of the Community Learning Centers they will operate and must include that information in their application. Activities can include tutoring, mentoring, financial and environmental literacy programs, nutritional education, physical education, services for the disabled, after school English learning classes, cultural programs, technology education programs, library services, parenting skills programs, drug and violence prevention programs, computer science, and career readiness programs. Charter Schools Purpose "To increase the number of high-quality charter schools available to students across the United States" "To encourage States to provide support to charter schools for facilities financing in an amount more nearly commensurate to the amount States typically provide for traditional public schools" Funding $270 million increasing to $300 million per year through 2020 Five year grants will be awarded to open and expand charter schools The Secretary of Education is required to award at least three charter school grants per year and give out every penny allocated for the first two years. Priority will go to States that give charter schools the most, including funding for facilities, free or low cost use of public buildings, or first-in-line privileges for buying public school buildings. Taxpayer funded grants will pay for hiring and paying staff, buying supplies, training, equipment, and educational materials - including development of those materials - building renovations, start up costs for transportation programs, and student and staff recruitment costs. Grant money will go towards getting loans and issuing bonds to the private sector for charter school facilities. National Activities Funding $200 million increasing to $220 million per year through 2020 Programs Grants for experimental programs Businesses will be eligible if they partner with a government organization "Full service community schools" that coordinate community services Private entities will be eligible if they partner with a government organization National activities for school safety to improve students safety during and after the school day The Secretary of Education can use contracts with private entities Awards to provide arts education Private organizations are eligible Awards to create educational programming for pre-school and elementary school aged children on television and the Internet Money will go to a public telecommunications entity that will contract with producers. Awards will to go programs for gifted students Contracts can be given to private organizations Title VIII: General Provisions Department of Education Staff Within one year of enactment (December 2016), the Secretary of Education must identify all projects that were consolidated or eliminated by ESSA and fire the number of employees who were employed administering or working on those programs. Control of Funds Removes the requirement that States provide assurances that funds will be controlled by public agencies or non-profits Military Recruiters Each local educational agency accepting Federal funds must give military recruiters the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of each high school student in the district, unless the parents have previously opted out. Opt-out process:: Parents must submit a written request to the local education agency that their child's information not be released to military recruiters without the parent's consent. Each local educational agency must notify parents of the option to opt-out of recruitment. State Opt-Out Any State that refuses Federal funds "shall not be required to carry out any of the requirements of such program." Title IX: Education for Homeless and Other Laws Creates rights to education for homeless children, which will be distributed to the public Sound Clip Sources Forum: Charter and Private Schools, Forum hosted by Senator Tim Scott (GA), February 9, 2015. Panelists: Frederick "Rick" Hess, American Enterprise Institute Ann Duplessis, Former Louisiana State Senator, Senior Vice President for Liberty Bank & Trust, President of Louisiana Federation for Children Emily Kim, Executive Vice President of Success Academy Charter Schools Timestamps and Transcripts {14:15} Rick Hess: Sitting immediately next to me, we’ve got Ann Duplessis. Ann’s a former state senator in Louisiana. She’s president of Louisiana Federation for Children, where she partners with local and national policy leaders to promote educational options. She continues to work full time while she does this, as Senior Vice President for Liberty Bank & Trust in New Orleans. Oh! She’s also the chair of the Louisiana State Board of Supervisors. Following Hurricane Katrina, it was Ann who authored a bill which allowed the state to take over the majority of schools in New Orleans Parish, which lead to the thriving charter-school movement that you see in New Orleans today. {40:50} Ann Duplessis:Unfortunately, where we are today is, this is big business. Unknown Speaker: That’s right. Duplessis: Education is big business. We are fighting money; we are fighting tradition; we are fighting people’s jobs; and so until and unless we can get past the issues that this is some tradition that we must maintain, until we can have people understand that we need to create new traditions, until we can get past that the jobs that we’re talking about are not jobs that we need to protect, if those jobs aren’t protecting our kids, we have to get past that. And unless we can get our elected officials to understand that, this will all continue to be more of a challenge. {48:00} Emily Kim-Charters: I want to give one example of a piece of paper that we really, truly dislike, and it’s—every year there is this requirement that teachers who are not certified have to send home in the backpack folder for their scholars a piece of paper saying, just wanted you to know, parents, I’m not highly qualified. So, yes, I’ve been teaching for five years, and my scholars are in the top one percent in the state of New York, but I just wanted you to know that I didn’t have that thing called highly qualified, and somebody thought that I should write you and tell you and let you know. I mean, it’s to a level that is truly, truly absurd; whereas, we would want the teacher to write home and say, look, this is what we are doing to get your scholar to the highest potential, and I’ve been doing it for five years very successfully, and this is what you need to do is bring your child to school on time, pick your child up from school on time, get the homework done, and make sure that they are motivated at school. And that’s what we’d like to do, and we have to do the other thing instead. Hearing: Expanding Educational Opportunity Through School Choice, House Education and the Workforce Committee, February 3, 2016. Watch on Youtube Witness: Gerard Robinson: American Enterprise Institute Timestamps and Transcripts {27:15} Gerard Robinson: I can tell you quite clearly that school choice is not a sound bite; it’s a social movement. From 1990 to 2015, over 40 states have introduced different types of school-choice legislation, both public and private. Video: Interview with David Brian, President & CEO of Entertainment Properties Trust, August 15, 2012 Video: Three-Minute Video Explaining the Common Core State Standards by CGCS Video Maker, 2012. Additional Reading Article: Lawsuit accuses Arizona charter schools of teaching history with religious slant by Garrett Mitchell, The Arizona Republic, September 16, 2016. Article: LA charter school abruptly closes for lack of students by Brenda Gazzar, Los Angeles Daily News, September 15, 2016. Article: Lake Forest Charter School, Liberty Bank & Trust Present 4th Annual 'Cocktails And Blues' Benefit Featuring Gina Brown, Biz New Orleans, August 31, 2016. Article: A Sea of Charter Schools in Detroit Leaves Students Adrift by Kate Zernike, New York Times, June 28, 2016. Article: Inside the Hedge Fund Infatuation with Charter Schools by Stephen Vita, Investopedia, March 9, 2016. Article: GOP Candidates Probably Can't Repeal Common Core by Lauren Camera, US News & World Report, March 4, 2016. Article: Why Education Activists Are Furious at ExxonMobil's CEO by Valerie Strauss, The Washington Post, December 29, 2015. Article: Business Gets Schooled by Peter Elkind, Fortune, December 23, 2015. Article: 10 Years After Katrina, New Orleans' All-Charter School System Has Proven a Failure by Colleen Kimmet, In These Times, August 28, 2015. Article: The Big Easy's Grand Experiment by Thomas Toch, US News & World Report, August 18, 2015. Report: Brought to You by Wal-Mart? How the Walton Family Foundation's Ideological Pursuit is Damaging Charter Schooling, American Federation of Teachers, June 2015 Article: Charter groups top unions in lobbying, campaign spending by Bill Mahoney, Eliza Shapiro, and Jessica Bakeman, Politico, February 20, 2015. Article: Who Is Profiting From Charters? The Big Bucks Behind Charter School Secrecy, Financial Scandal and Corruption by Kristin Rawls, AlterNet, January 21, 2015. Report: A Growing Movement: America's Largest Charter School Communities by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, December 2014. Article: 120 American Charter Schools and One Secretive Turkish Cleric by Scott Beauchamp, The Atlantic, August 12, 2014. Article: A dozen problems with charter schools by Valerie Strauss, The Washington Post, May 20, 2014. Blog post: Big Profits in Not-for-Profit Charter Schools by Alan Singer, The Huffington Post, April 7, 2014. Article: Why wealthy foreigners invest in U.S. charter schools by Valerie Strauss, The Washington Post, February 15, 2013. Article: KKR Partnership Makes an Education Push by Gregory Zuckerman, The Wall Street Journal, July 11, 2011. Article: U.S. Gives Charter Schools a Big Push in New Orleans by Susan Saulny, The New York Times, June 13, 2006. Article: N.O. Teachers Union Loses Its Force in Storm's Wake by Michael Hoover, Times-Picayune, March 5, 2006. Article: Students Return to Big Changes in New Orleans by Susan Saulny, The New York Times, January 4, 2006. Commentary: The Promise of Vouchers by Milton Friedman, The Wall Street Journal, December 5, 2005. Additional Information OpenSecrets.org: Lobbying Information for S. 1177: Every Student Succeeds Act OpenSecrets.org: Lobbyists representing National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, 2015 Website: Walton Family Foundation: K-12 Education(http://www.waltonfamilyfoundation.org/our-impact/k12-education) Website: American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC): Education Music Presented in This Episode Intro & Exit: Tired of Being Lied To by David Ippolito (found on Music Alley by mevio) Cover Art Design by Only Child Imaginations