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Prospects Live Podcast
IVBs & BBEs: A Baseball Scouting Podcast. Ep. 1

Prospects Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 55:11


**Enjoy this first episode of our brand new podcast for free! It will live behind our base $5/month tier from here on out**Introducing a brand new bi-weekly podcast exclusive to all Patrons! Joe Doyle leads with cohosts Brandon Smith and Jackson Thomas as they talk about how data and metrics can (and should) be applied to talent evaluation. -How data is used in evaluating talent. The Do's & Don'ts-How data can be used in different ways in scouting discovery and affirmation-Our podcast title- Defining IVB (Induced Vertical Break) and how to apply it to pitch shape and evaluating pitchers- Defining BBE (Batted-Ball Events) and how to apply those numbers in evaluating hitters and how that data can get you in trouble- Common mistakes in - What are some things about baseball data that drive us crazy?- Previewing future episodes (Guests, Topics, Timelines, etc...)

Setting The Pace (A Pacers Podcast)
3 Draft Prospects we like the MOST for the Pacers right now! + Down Go The Wizards + Tristan's 4-Game Farewell Tour

Setting The Pace (A Pacers Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 43:41


Alex Golden and Michael Facci discuss the Pacers first win in the Haliburton Era, who stood out and played well, Carlisle's hilarious press conference moment and Tristan's farewell. Next, the guys discuss what direction they see the franchise heading next season, what Haliburton had to say today on The NBA Today Show with Malika Andrews and discussing what three prospects we like most for the Pacers in the 2022 draft as of now. The guys also throw out different scenarios that could happen and debate if they like the idea of trading up or back in the draft. A big shoutout to our SUPER FAN, Jackson Thomas! Jackson listens to Setting The Pace with his dad Ian everyday on their ride to school! We appreciate you Jackson and love seeing your Pacers Pride! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Gazette Daily News Podcast
Gazette Daily News Briefing, June 7

The Gazette Daily News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 2:06


This is John McGlothlen with the Gazette digital news desk and I'm here with your update for Monday, June 7th. Today in the Cedar Rapids area, we'll have a 30% chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 4 p.m. It will be partly sunny, with a high near 85. Winds from the south 5 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. Tonight we have a 10% chance of showers and thunderstorms before 7 p.m. The low should be around 69. A Coralville street was closed for about two hours Sunday morning after a shooting victim was found on the street and while police investigated the incident, according to the Coralville Police Department. Shortly after 1 a.m., police responded to a report of an injured person in the roadway in the 300 block of Second Street. The first officer to arrive found two apparent gunshot wounds on the victim, who was taken by ambulance to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics with what were believed to be non-life-threatening injuries. Police said the shooter had been identified and the investigation into an altercation before the shooting is continuing. A Cedar Rapids woman was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole for kidnapping and repeatedly beating a 15-year-old girl for more than nine months in 2019 until the girl, having suicidal thoughts, reached out to police. Mary Jane Jackson Thomas, age 47, was found guilty by a Linn County jury in March of first-degree kidnapping, second-degree kidnapping and two counts each of willful injury causing serious injury, willful injury causing bodily injury and going armed with intent. The jury deliberated about two hours before returning a guilty verdict, following a three-and-a-half-day trial. According to testimony, a doctor described the girl's extensive injuries all over her body as “torture.” Jackson Thomas, originally from Micronesia, admitted in a videotaped police interview played for jurors Thursday that she repeatedly slapped, scratched, bit and struck the teen with a hammer and extension cord, but she didn't admit to kidnapping — confining the teen against her will. The woman, in the police interview, blamed the teen for being 'bad” and causing Jackson Thomas to punish her. She said the teen wouldn't listen to her and lied, which is why she punished her. Support this podcast

K103 Podcast
Patsy Bruce Nick Jonas Alan Jackson Thomas Rhett Jordan Davis

K103 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 4:51


K103 Podcast
Patsy Bruce Nick Jonas Alan Jackson Thomas Rhett Jordan Davis

K103 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 4:51


The Gazette Daily News Podcast
Gazette Daily News Briefing, March 27 and March 28

The Gazette Daily News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2021 3:43


This is Stephen Schmidt from the Gazette digital news desk and I'm here with your update for Saturday March 27th and Sunday March 28th. So the weekend won't be rain free most likely, but at least it will get a bit warmer. According to the National Weather Service, there will be a good chance of rain showers before 4 p.m. on Saturday in the Cedar Rapids area. Otherwise it will be cloudy with a high of 62 degrees, with a mostly gentle wind of 5 to 10 mph. On Sunday it will be sunny, with a high near 54 degrees.  A Cedar Rapids woman was convicted Friday of kidnapping and repeatedly beating a 15-year-old girl, who endured what a doctor described at “torture” for more than nine months in 2019. A jury found Mary Jane Jackson Thomas, 47, guilty of first-degree kidnapping, second-degree kidnapping and two counts each of willful injury causing serious injury, willful injury causing bodily injury and going armed with intent. Jackson Thomas faces life in prison without parole on the first-degree kidnapping conviction. https://www.thegazette.com/subject/news/public-safety/cedar-rapids-woman-admits-to-abusing-15-year-old-but-blamed-teen-for-her-actions-20210325 (Jackson Thomas, originally from Micronesia, in a videotaped police interview )played for jurors Thursday, admitted that she repeatedly slapped, scratched, bit and struck the teen with a hammer and extension cord, but she didn't admit to kidnapping — confining — the teen against her will. The woman, in the police interview, blamed the teen for being “bad” as the cause for the abuse.  The teen, also from Micronesia, is now 17, and she testified that one night she went to Cedar River Bridge and contemplated suicide to escape the beatings, but instead went to the Cedar Rapids Police. A physician's assistant who examined her injuries testified that she took the rare step of photographing them, because the old and new wounds were so numerous she had no other way to describe them. Iowa House Speaker Pat Grassley on Friday said shifting funding for mental health care services from local property taxes to the state's general fund is more complicated than just the funding mechanism. Grassley, a Republican from New Hartford, said House GOP lawmakers feel the discussion should include not just the funding but also how that money is spent by providers.The Republican-led Iowa Senate this week approved legislation that would, in phases, shift the funding for the state's regional mental health care system to the state. Those services are now funded by local property taxes. Grassley listed Medicaid and tax increment financing as other state-funded programs where he believes state lawmakers do not have sufficient input in how funding is spent. The Ely Fire Department and other Iowa fire and emergency service crews will hold a procession through Ely Saturday to honor Robert McFarland, a lieutenant with the volunteer fire department who was https://www.thegazette.com/subject/news/public-safety/anamosa-ft-madison-prison-inmates-michael-dutcher-thomas-woodard-20210325 (killed at his job) as a correctional officer Tuesday at Anamosa State Penitentiary during a failed prison escape. The procession will start at 1 p.m. on State Street/Ely Road and turn right on Rock Island Drive. Fire crews will take a left onto Pacific Street, followed by another left on Banner Valley Drive. The procession will pass the Ely Fire Station and continue to Dows Street, where it will turn left toward downtown. The final turn will be right onto State Street. This briefing is sponsored in part by Corridor Careers. Are you looking for a job? https://www.corridorcareers.com/ (CorridorCareers.com) is a resource to local job seekers where they can get job tips, sign up for local job alerts, build a resume and more. Check it out at https://www.corridorcareers.com/ (CorridorCareers.com). Be sure to subscribe to The Gazette Daily news podcast, or just tell your Amazon...

RNZ: Extra Time
Extra Time for 28 August 2020

RNZ: Extra Time

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2020 29:48


Former Olympic rowing champion Rob Waddell has found himself in a battle with with secondary school principals and other groups over an initiative aimed at broadcasting more school sport. Does Waddell's Sports Collective, which gives Sky TV exclusive rights to stream or broadcast school tournaments, events and matches, have the interests of the students at heart? Or is it just about making money? Are all secondary schools keen to take part? Will it pour extra pressure on teenage athletes to succeed, at the detriment of their mental health? Or will it help keep kids in sport, grow participation numbers and help fund youth sports events trhoughout the country? RNZ, Stuff and Locker Room present Extra Time - joining RNZ's Joe Porter on the podcast this week are Stuff sport's journalist Jackson Thomas, Roger Mortimer from the NZ Athletes Federation, the Auckland Grammar School principal Tim O'Connor. We hear their concerns and questions and put those to Rob Waddell in a one on one interview.

RNZ: Extra Time
Extra Time for 28 August 2020

RNZ: Extra Time

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2020 29:48


Former Olympic rowing champion Rob Waddell has found himself in a battle with with secondary school principals and other groups over an initiative aimed at broadcasting more school sport. Does Waddell's Sports Collective, which gives Sky TV exclusive rights to stream or broadcast school tournaments, events and matches, have the interests of the students at heart? Or is it just about making money? Are all secondary schools keen to take part? Will it pour extra pressure on teenage athletes to succeed, at the detriment of their mental health? Or will it help keep kids in sport, grow participation numbers and help fund youth sports events trhoughout the country? RNZ, Stuff and Locker Room present Extra Time - joining RNZ's Joe Porter on the podcast this week are Stuff sport's journalist Jackson Thomas, Roger Mortimer from the NZ Athletes Federation, the Auckland Grammar School principal Tim O'Connor. We hear their concerns and questions and put those to Rob Waddell in a one on one interview.

Running with Dave
Jackson Thomas (Fastest Native in the U.S.)

Running with Dave

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2020 52:21


Check out this week's discussion with Jackson Thomas, the fastest Native runner in the United States. Jackson is a 5x National Champion, 4-flat miler, and 1:03 half marathoner who is aiming for a spot at the 2021 Olympic Trials in the 5k. A member of the Navajo Nation, Jackson talks about some of the unique challenges for Native athletes as well as ways that he challenges himself to maintain a positive mindset.For more on Jackson check out his Facebook page belowFacebookWings of America

One Three Eight Podcast
#20 Vintage Kit

One Three Eight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2020 52:55


Really enjoyed this one. Had a good yarn with founder of @vintage_kit and Stuff reporter Jackson Thomas. How he started his business, the hype around it at the moment, how we both run certain areas of our company. Definitely worth a listen! Enjoy guysI have rights to this musiccredit - Tane - New Lawn

Fuelled by Fire
The Hustle with Jackson Thomas from Vintage Kit

Fuelled by Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2020 43:50


Meet Jackson Thomas.Sports journalist with NZ media company Stuff and entrepreneur and founder of Vintage Kit, online vintage clothing store.Jackson is one of those guys that you just vibe with his energy.To chat about his passion for his career path and the hustle of starting a business that fit his lifestyle was unreal.Enjoy this episode and be sure to cop some winter gear at...@_vintage_kit See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Purpose in the Youth
Episode 115 - Mitchell Mullins : Tell Your Truth

Purpose in the Youth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2019 102:06


Mitchell Mullins is a visual content creator. In 2018 alone he spent 300 days on the road traveling the world for both client and his own personal work. He has learned to let his work speak for himself and he hopes through it, it helps lead, instill confidence and inspire others to chase their passions every second of everyday. Born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, his childhood was filled with creativity. He first picked up a camera at the age of 11 to record his brother on a trampoline and never seemed to put it down. After finishing up high school he attended Savannah College of Art and Design with intent to study film. 6 months later, not satisfied with school, he dropped out, bought a flight to California and joined his buddy Jackson Thomas on a road trip. While driving on the freeway in the early morning of April 13, 2017, their 15 passenger van blew out one of its front tire which led to the van swerving and flipping 6 times before landing right side up. Mitchell’s friend Jackson who was driving at the time had to be airlifted to the nearest hospital. Fortunately, they both survived this traumatic accident and so he tattooed the word “alive” with a line through it on his wrist as a mark of gratitude which he is reminded of daily. In this episode Mitchell discusses the importance of letting off the gas pedal & reflecting, the benefits of watching and listening to other people, how to avoid the comparison trap, why fulfillment is a higher version of happiness and why we must tell our truth. - If you enjoy this podcast, please leave us a 1 sentence review on the iTunes Podcast App with your honest feedback OR screenshot this Episode, post it to your Instagram Story tagging @Mitchell_Mullins & @PurposeintheYouth!  - Connect with Mitchell! Instagram: @Mitchell_Mullins YouTube: @MitchellMullins  Website: MitchellMullins.com Check out The Process Podcast! iTunes   Connect with your favorite bearded man, Bobbbaaaay: Instagram: @Bobbbaaaay Twitter: @Bobbbaaaay Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for new interviews (and more) Follow us on Spotify Follow us on Soundcloud Subscribe to iTunes Follow us on Instagram: @PurposeintheYouth

MAKE IT HAPPEN
THE STRUGGLES OF CHASING YOUR DREAMS

MAKE IT HAPPEN

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2018 29:29


Today I speak to Jackson Thomas. After traveling for about 3 months now, he has finally hit his first major bump in the road. In this episode we speak about the struggle of chasing your dreams and how to overcome it.

MAKE IT HAPPEN
HOW TO TRAVEL WITH NO MONEY | MAKE IT HAPPEN 002

MAKE IT HAPPEN

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2018 27:07


Today we speak to Jackson Thomas and Mitchell Mullins. Two 19 year old content creators traveling the world and chasing their dreams. Find out how they do it! STAY WEIRD, DONT DIE AND MAKE IT HAPPEN ❤❤❤

MAKE IT HAPPEN
THE STRUGGLES OF CHASING YOUR DREAMS | MAKE IT HAPPEN 003

MAKE IT HAPPEN

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2018 29:29


THE STRUGGLES OF CHASING YOUR DREAMSToday I speak to Jackson Thomas. After traveling for about 3 months now, he has finally hit his first major bump in the road. In this episode we speak about the struggle of chasing your dreams and how to overcome it.PODCAST:STAY WEIRD, DONT DIE AND MAKE IT HAPPEN ❤❤❤- FOLLOW ME:Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/visualrev/https://www.instagram.com/dean_tucker/Website : http://www.visualrev.comTwitter : https://twitter.com/iamvisualrevFacebook : https://www.facebook.com/visualrevphotography- CHECK OUT:// JacksonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacksonkthomas/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/novacognumfilms- GEAR:Canon 1DXii (Main Camera): https://goo.gl/XHjvLfCanon 70D : http://amzn.to/29giyZdCanon 16-35mm: hhttps://goo.gl/VgQdH7Sigma 18-35mm F/1.8 Lens: http://amzn.to/29lACTNMicrophone: https://goo.gl/5G1fgmStablizer: https://goo.gl/aYsPvJMemory Card (BEST): http://amzn.to/29jlSTKGopro Hero 3+ Silver : http://amzn.to/29lBBDeJoby gorillapod : http://amzn.to/299CezaEditing software: Premier Pro CCBusiness Related Inquiries: thevisualrev@gmail.com

MAKE IT HAPPEN
HOW TO TRAVEL WITH NO MONEY | MAKE IT HAPPEN 002

MAKE IT HAPPEN

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2018 27:07


MAKE IT HAPPEN 001HOW TO TRAVEL THE WORLD WITH NO MONEYMassive thank you to Mitchell Mullins and Jackson Thomas for joining me today. Please go follow them both and join their advengure traveling the world.Mitchell:Insta: https://www.instagram.com/mitchell_mullins/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZQKiSKpzY7nMuvcFHhN9vgJackson:Insta: https://www.instagram.com/jacksonkthomas/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfnKivi4mocGKd82fuCvWzA