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Episode 66: Carl from Barstool Sports joins Monday Mojo this week to get a sense of the Seattle Mariners culture. (Interview begins: 00:20:13) Barstool Carl is a blogger and host of the 'Starting 9' Podcast featuring MLB legend Jake Arrieta. In this interview, Carl talks with Chris and Max about the Mariners being set up to finally be a contender, the glory days of being a M's fan in the 90s, the national media's perspective on Seattle and the best Wild Card scenarios.
Jake Arrieta enters the draft room for a Dudes Draft. We get into Jake's first ever Snake Draft appearance, who the coolest dude from Texas might be, White Sox Dave's thoughts on anyone who's friends with John Cusack, and more.
On Episode 36 Jake Returns To Chicago To Do His First Episode In The Studio. Anthony Ranaudo Also Joins The Program As We Break Down The New MLB Rule Changes, Around The League Standings & A Live In Studio Card Break. Download the Gametime app at https://barstool.link/GametimeApp and redeem code STARTING9 for $20 off your first purchase (terms apply). Go to https://barstool.link/RidgeBSS and use code STARTING9 for 10% off your order Download the Whatnot App today. Go to https://barstool.link/WhatnotBSS to get $10 off your first purchase on Whatnot. Go to https://barstool.link/Starting for 10% off your first month 00:00:00-00:12:03 - Fanbases 00:12:03-00:22:55 - Trevor Bauer 00:22:55-00:25:33 - WS Predictions 00:25:33-00:39:55 - Memorabilia 00:39:55-00:42:42 - College Gear 00:42:42-00:48:23 - Rule Changes 00:48:23-01:07:10 - Owners 01:07:10-01:15:36 - Player Preparation 01:15:36-02:00:00 Card Break
Esta semana discutimos las expresiones de Jake Arrieta y Riley Greene sobre Puerto Rico. Igualmente analizamos el interés de George Springer y Vaughn Grissom pal Clásico. Igualmente vemos el contrato de Julio Rodríguez. Justin Verlander se lesiona. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tabdeportes/support
Relief pitcher Jeremiah Estrada made his MLB debut Tuesday night in the Cubs 5-3 loss to the Blue Jays. Estrada struck out 2 batters in his 1 inning of work and topped out at 98 mph on the fastball. Plus, recapping the rest of the second game in the series with the Jays, Brennen Davis homers in his return to Triple-A, revisiting Jake Arrieta throwing a no-hitter in 2015, and more. Hit the feedback zone by sending us a text: 312-834-4634 Follow us on Twitter: @LockedOnCubs | @matt_cozzi | @SamOlbur 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
Episode 63 of the Chi Sports Weekly podcast:- On This Day In Chicago Sports - 8/25/2020 - Giolito throws a no hitter against the Pirates - 8/27/2014 - Jorge Soler makes his debut - 8/27/2017 - The day Kyle fell in love with Mitch Trubisky - 8/30/2015 - Jake Arrieta throws a no hitter at Dodgers stadium- Number 63's- Chicago Sky updates- Kyle being Ozzie the mascot- Starting 5 - Best SaucesFollow us on Twitter and Instagram - @ChiSportsDay
Football is back again. We talk some story lines from the last week plus Breaking News on a show announcement and our new Pardon My Cheesesteak brand. (00:02:51-00:27:03) Mt Rushmore of training camp cliches. (00:27:04-00:47:09) Who's back of the week including celebrities flying PJ's and Tony Pizza. (00:48:21-01:09:53) Jake Arrieta joins the show to talk about MLB trade deadline, where Soto will end up, Owners not ponying up, and a very dumb baseball idea. (01:10:50-01:49:53) We finish with a show announcement for the future. (01:51:33-02:05:07)
Part two of our TCU Athletics Hall of Fame Special is out. Brian welcomes TCU Baseball great Jake Arrieta, TCU Football lineman Jake Kirkpatrick, four time All-American TCU Track and Field Jackson Langat and TCU Athletics retired administrator Jack Hesselbrock.
On this weeks episode the guys recap White Sox Dave and Eddie debate their viral golf swings. How would Barstool Chicago perform vs Fore Play in match play? Ian Happ and Contreras days in Chicago are numbered, Jake Arrieta shares his thoughts on the current state of the Cubs. Chief recaps the Chiclets cup experience. WSD talks recent bright spots from the White Sox and why they are now do or die mode. Chief gives his update on the Blackhawks future, creating his how “Chief Plan” for 2025 reminisce of the pre-dynasty Hawks. Finally we get some Bears' talk while Eddie isn't buying the Matt Eberflus press snippets, the rest of the guys remain optimistic.
Bang! Episode 91! This week we recap the All-Star "Weekend", specifically if it was better than recent all star events. We get into some second half hot takes and trade talks, and finish it off with a Chicago debate for a lifetime: Jake Arrieta vs. Chris SaleBIG NEWS TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT HEARD! WE HAVE EXPANDED AND WE HAVE LAUNCHED A FULL SCALE WEBSITE. WE ARE POSTING NEW FORMS OF CONTENT WEEKLY SO IF YOU HAVE NOT MADE AN ACCOUNT, PLEASE GO MAKE ONE. IT' FREE TO BE A MEMBER, SO BE A MEMBER BECAUSE IT'S FREE!https://www.theyippsbaseballpodcast.com
Episode 57 of the Chi Sports Weekly podcast:- Number 57's- On This Day In Chicago Sports - 6/30/1998 - Sosa hits 20 home runs in June - 7/2/2013 - Cubs acquire Jake Arrieta - 7/4/2015 - KB hits 2 home runs- Best Cubs trade ever?- Was the Rizzo or Arrieta trade better?- Bulls draft- Avs win the Cup- Hawks new head coach- Starting 5 - Non-golfers that you would want to golf withFollow us on Twitter and Instagram - @ChiSportsDay
Jessica Mendoza is one of those people who make you want to, as Vin Scully says, "pull up a chair." Throw out a topic, and she's there. Olympic softball? Mendoza won a Gold medal in 2004 in Athens, then watched while the sport was jerked in and out of the Games for more than a decade. Softball won't be included in Paris in 2024, but Mendoza will be tenacious about it being added to the Games in LA in 2028. From her roots as a 4-year-old dragging a bat around the backyard, Mendoza's been a captivating pioneer. A beneficiary of Title IX, she squeezed every opportunity out of the landmark legislation - a scholarship to Stanford (plus a Masters), the US National Team, network television (including calling Jake Arrieta's no-hitter on Sunday Night Baseball), and most recently, the Women's College World Series, aka the Oklahoma Invitational. All this, plus why, as a child of the Dodgers, Brett Butler was her idol. More, please!
On Episode 004 of Starting 9, Jake & Carl welcome legendary Umpire, Joe West to talk all things retirement, behind the scenes & his relationship with Jake Arrieta on the mound. Before and after Jake & Carl break down their Top 5 / Bottom 5. New Segment "Jake Explains" and more stories. Plus "Starting 9: Who Would You Golf With?". 00:00:00-00:00:25 - Intro 00:00:25-00:02:47 - Jakes Internet 00:02:47-00:04:23 - Red Sox 00:04:23-00:10:15 - Juan Soto 00:10:15-00:28:02 - Top/Bottom 5 00:28:02-00:31:05 - Owners 00:31:05-00:37:35 - Rehab Starts Explained 00:37:25-01:41:15 - Joe West - 00:39:16-00:47:32 Getting Back At Players & Coaches 00:47:32-00:52:06 - Leading By Example 00:52:06-00:57:08 - Pitchers vs. Umps 00:57:08-01:03:44 - Miss Umpiring? 01:03:44-01:07:17 - Jake Vs. Joe 01:07:17-01:14:07 - Transitioning From Umpiring 01:14:07-01:19:31 - Commissioner Joe 01:19:31-01:22:39 - Gambling 01:22:39-01:25:57 - Pete Rose 01:25:57-01:34:00 - Player Fights 01:34:00-01:38:27 - Foul Balls 01:38:28-01:41:15 - Final Thoughts - 01:41:15-01:44:07 - Joe West Recap 01:44:07-01:49:30 - Starting 9: Golfers
Jake Arrieta, former Cy Young Award winner, 2016 World Series champion, and co-host of the Starting 9 podcast, joins the show to discuss his foray into the media world, his experience being teammates with Kevin Gausman in Baltimore and his emergence as an ace, the characteristics that make a great pitching coach, and why he's confident the Blue Jays will be firmly entrenched in the AL playoff picture. Later, JD, Blake and Ailish tee up the betting lines for tonight's Blue Jays-Mariners game and assemble their daily Wake and Rake parlay (25:40). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
MLB legend Jake Arrieta & Barstool Carl bring their colorful and intense personalities to the public in this Barstool Sports show. Focusing on MLB but touching pop culture, life and everything in between. New episodes every Tuesday and Thursday.
This week on The Diamond Duo Podcast, Tom and Tony congratulate Miguel Cabrera for reaching the 3,000 hit plateau while simultaneously lambasting the Yankees fans who threw trash at Cleveland Guardians players! Before that, the duo host another edition of Around the Horn, where they reflect on the success of the two NY teams and the Mariners and proceed to bash the Reds, Nationals, and A's for a variety of reasons! Also, Tom and Tony wager on who would win the fight Tommy Pham challenged Luke Voit to, react to Kyle Freeland's extension with the Rockies, lament on John Means and Michael Concerto's absences from 2022, and wish Jake Arrieta and Tony Watson the best of luck after they both hung up their cleats! Finally, Tony settles a bet he placed with Tom last week after failing to overcome Tom's superior fantasy baseball team by reciting some poetry about his favorite umpire! Week 3 of MLB's season is in the past and it's time to look back on it with Episode 24 of The Diamond Duo Podcast! Make sure to follow us on Instagram @thediamondduopodcast and on Twitter @DiamondDuoPod for more content and show updates! Timestamps: 4:53 - Around the Horn (Who's Hot, Who's Not?) 29:54 - Trivia I 35:41 - Miguel Cabrera Gets Hit #3000 43:46 - Yankee Fans Throw Trash At Guardians Outfielders 50:16 - Luke Voit Slides Into Tyler Stephenson & Tommy Pham Wants Revenge 56:28 - Kyle Freeland Signs A 5-year $64.5M Extension 1:00:01 - John Means & Michael Conforto Are Out Until 2023 1:05:53 - Jake Arrieta & Tony Watson Retire 1:13:30 - Trivia Question II 1:19:58 - The Closer (Tony's Incredible, All-Time Slam Poem About His Favorite Umpire)
Sara and Danny look back at the Cubs first series loss of 2022, dropping two of three miserably cold games to the Tampa Bay Rays at Wrigley Field. They are also talking about news and notes from around the league where Albert Pujols rounding the bases in slo motion is clogging up our social media feeds while Kyle Schwarber hits bombs in Coors. They reminisce about the awesomeness of Jake Arrieta for the Cubs as Arrieta announced his retirement this week and then look ahead to a four game set against the Pirates as spring finally comes to Chicago this weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Alex and Travis open with the their thoughts on the retirement announcements of Jake Arrieta and Tony Watson. They discuss whether or not they think Yelich and Bellinger are truly returning to form so far this season before going through other players and teams who have started the season hot or cold. Storylines of the week go beyond player and team performances though as managers Dave Roberts and Joe Maddon catch serious heat from the media for decisions they made in critical moments of their games.
Get 20% OFF + Free shipping with code COMPOUND at https://www.manscaped.com On this week's episode of the Compound Podcast with Ian Happ, the boys are joined by the one and only Jake Arrieta. Over a year in the making, this episode does not disapoint. And don't forget to follow The Compound on social media, on Twitter @thecompoundpod and on Instagram @thecompoundpod_
Former Chicago Cubs hurler Jake Arrieta has officially announced his retirement. He arguably had the greatest single season ever by a Cubs pitcher in 2015, however can he be considered an all-time Cubs great? Wade Miley, Alec Mills and Andrelton Simmons are all on the cusp of returning to Big League action. When can we expect to see them suit up? The Cubs offense has been VERY good early in this 2022 season; however, they have done something VERY bad that could turn into a Major League record. What is it?! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rick and Jack welcome on Chicago Sports Hub Official's very own Bart and Sway onto the podcast! The Bulls lose game 1 due to some poor shooting from their Big 3 of LaVine, DeRozan and Vooch but played the Bucks tough especially in the 4th quarter. If their shooting is better we might be talking about a Bucks first round exit instead of a sweep. Jake Arrieta has announced his retirement from baseball and we Cubs fans will always remember his dominant stretch! The Cubs bats, especially Suzuki's, are actually hot for the first time in years! The Sox have battled through injuries and remain on top of the central and hope to keep the wins coming. Justin Fields says he ready to take on the leader role and is excited to start learning his new offense to get year 2 started off on the right foot and hopefully into a decent season. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bigleagueschicago/support
Tim Kurkjian and Buster discuss Tim moving heavy things, baseball not disappointing with Freddie Freeman's home run against the Braves, Ronald Acuña Jr. starting his minor league rehab assignment, the Angels intentionally walking Corey Seager to score a run, the Red Sox leaving players behind as they head to Toronto and Jake Arrieta big-timing Tim in a Starbucks. Then, Sarah Langs stops by to play The Numbers Game with notes on sock height, Seiya Suzuki's low chase rate, Hunter Green's 100 mph pitches, the Mets' rotation ERA and a confused Mike Trout.
The Chicago Cubs won their second straight contest on a cold snowy night at Wrigley Field, defeating the Rays 4-2 behind homers from Patricks Wisdom and Frank Schwindel, and a go-ahead RBI single from Ian Happ. The Cubs started the night with Kyle Hendricks but Keegan Thompson stole the show in relief. Cody and Luke react to the game and how the Cubs played on a night where the bullpen was shorthanded and the offense was cold. In the second segment, the guys react to Jake Arrieta announcing his retirement on Pardon My Take. In the third segment, the crew looks forward to Tuesday's matchup with Tampa Bay. SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/CHGOSports WEBSITE: http://allCHGO.com/ BUY MERCH: http://CHGOLocker.com FOLLOW ON SOCIAL: Twitter: @CHGO_Sports Instagram: @CHGO_Sports Visit https://bit.ly/3sE8RMe or download the PointsBet App, make a deposit and use code “CHGO” to get 2 Risk Free Bets up to $2000, an annual CHGO membership and a free shirt! Mobile registration in Illinois is here! Visit https://stravacraftcoffee.com and use code “CHGO25” to get 25% of your order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
OK, so Ashton Dulin signing his tender isn't exactly Stephon Gilmore signing his free agent deal, but he is a great special teams player and special teams wins games! Some IU fans are saying, "What's the big deal about Malik Reneau? He's just another Trayce Jackson-Davis!" Hoosiers fans should hope so. Jackson-Davis is an All-American! Greg Oden and Jon Diebler join Thad Matta at Butler. Former Cub Jake Arrieta retires today. For the back half of 2015 and first half of 2016, Arrieta was as dominant as any pitcher in modern baseball history. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Tim Kurkjian and Buster discuss Tim moving heavy things, baseball not disappointing with Freddie Freeman's home run against the Braves, Ronald Acuña Jr. starting his minor league rehab assignment, the Angels intentionally walking Corey Seager to score a run, the Red Sox leaving players behind as they head to Toronto and Jake Arrieta big-timing Tim in a Starbucks. Then, Sarah Langs stops by to play The Numbers Game with notes on sock height, Seiya Suzuki's low chase rate, Hunter Green's 100 mph pitches, the Mets' rotation ERA and a confused Mike Trout. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
MLB – Major League Baseball Yesterday Chicago Cubs 4, Tampa Bay Rays 2 Chicago White Sox at Cleveland Guardians, PPD Tigers were off Cubs 4, Rays 2 – Suzuki extends hitting streak to 9, Cubs beat cold Rays 4-2 Seiya Suzuki extended his hitting streak to nine games, tying Akinori Iwamura for the longest by a Japanese-born player at the start of a major league career, and the Chicago Cubs beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-2 on a cold night. Suzuki singled to left leading off the fourth inning, matching the mark that Iwamura set with the Rays in 2007 and tying Andy Pafko's record for a Cubs player at the start of his career, set in 1943. Suzuki was thrown out by left fielder Randy Arozarena trying to stretch his hit to a double. White Sox at Guardians, PPD – White Sox-Guardians postponed by inclement weather The game between the Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Guardians scheduled for Monday night was called about five hours before the scheduled 6:10 p.m. first pitch after rain and snow showers fell most of the day and temps dropped into the 30s. The teams will play a split doubleheader on July 12. Tonight Chicago White Sox (Keuchel 1-0) at Cleveland (Bieber 0-0), 6:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Cole 0-0) at Detroit (Alexander 0-0), 6:40 p.m. WSJM/WCSY 6:20 Tampa Bay (Fleming 1-1) at Chicago Cubs (Steele 1-0), 7:40 p.m. MLB – Former Cubs ace Jake Arrieta says he's retiring Jake Arrieta, a key pitcher on the Chicago Cubs' 2016 World Series championship team, has decided to retire. Arrieta made the announcement during a Barstool Sports podcast. The 36-year-old Arrieta went 5-14 with a 7.39 ERA in 24 starts for the Cubs and San Diego Padres last season. He finishes his career with a 115-93 record and 3.98 ERA in 285 games, including 279 starts, over 12 years in the majors. Arrieta won the NL Cy Young Award with Chicago in 2015 and helped the Cubs win the 2016 World Series for their first championship since 1908. NBA – National Basketball Association – 2022 NBA Playoffs – First Round Yesterday Philadelphia 76ers 112, Toronto Raptors 97 (PHI Leads 2-0) Dallas Mavericks 110, Utah Jazz 104 (Series tied 1-1) Golden State Warriors 126, Denver Nuggets 104 (GSW Leads 2-0) Tonight Atlanta Hawks at Miami Heat, 7:30 p.m. (MIA Leads 1-0) Minnesota Timberwolves at Memphis Grizzlies, 8:30 p.m. (MIN Leads 1-0) New Orleans Pelicans at Phoenix Suns, 10:00 p.m. (PHX Leads 1-0) NBA – Healthy Lopez gives Bucks major size advantage against Bulls The silver lining to the back injury that sidelined Milwaukee Bucks center Brook Lopez for most of the season is that it made him fresher for the playoffs. The 7-footer is healthy now and eager to help the Bucks defend their title. He's already shown he can cause problems on both ends of the floor for the Chicago Bulls, the Bucks' first-round opponent. Lopez scored 18 points and played a season-high 32 minutes in Sunday's 93-86 Game 1 victory. He also was a big part of a defense that held Chicago to the lowest point total of any Bucks opponent all season. NCAAHKY – Hobey Baker winner gets 6-month ban for prohibited substance Minnesota State goaltender and Hobey Baker Award winner Dryden McKay has been given a six-month ban for an anti-doping violation after leading the Mavericks to the Frozen Four national championship game. The suspension was announced Monday by the United States Anti-Doping Agency. McKay was tested by the agency as an alternate for Team USA's Olympic hockey roster. A supplement he took to help protect him from COVID-19 was the source of the positive test. Minnesota State said in a statement that McKay had a mandatory provisional suspension that was lifted following a hearing in early February. McKay said in a social media post that he accepted the suspension so that he ca...
NBA Playoffs are here and Kyrie put on an all time villain show in defeat. (00:03:15-00:10:40) We talk about all the Games from Saturday and Sunday including another Glen Taylor protestor. (00:10:42-00:34:30) Who's back of the week covering Baker Mayfield, Russell Wilson and more. (00:35:37-00:53:38) Jake Arrieta joins the show to talk about his career, pitchers mentality, pitching for his little league son, baseball in 2022 and tons more. (00:55:00-01:49:08) We finish with a Monday Reading "My Boyfriend is Digging a Giant hole in our backyard, should I be concerned?" (01:50:51-02:03:35)
The Cubs end the season with six of their final nine games coming against the Cardinals. At one point this year, it looked like these games could matter to the Cubs. At another, it looked like they wouldn't mean anything to either team. And now, it's looking like they'll serve as a playoff tuneup for the Cardinals. Does that spark any reflections for the Cubs? Such as...what if they signed Jon Lester instead of Jake Arrieta this offseason? Brett, Sahadev and Patrick discuss that, and a lot more, on this episode of Onto Waveland. Follow Brett on Twitter: @BleacherNation Follow Sahadev on Twitter: @sahadevsharma Follow Patrick on Twitter: @PJ_Mooney Email us: email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sadness! On today's edition of the Locked On Padres podcast, Javier recaps (wait for it) ANOTHER loss by the Padres to the San Francisco Giants. He breaks down Machado's big game performance, Melancon blowing it yet again, and more! Plus, he reacts to the news that Sam Geaney, the team's farm director, has been dismissed and gives a brief farewell to Jake Arrieta. Fun episode, but certainly not a fun team. Follow Javier on Twitter @Javiipeno Follow Locked On Padres @LO_Padres Subscribe to the new Locked On Padres YouTube Channel! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Molecule Mattress Visit OnMolecule.com and save twenty percent with promo code LOCKEDON. NetSuite NetSuite is offering a one-of-a-kind financing program only for those ready to switch today! Head to NetSuite.com/LockedOn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The biggest embarrassment in baseball. On today's edition of the Locked On Padres podcast, Javier is not in a good mood and I imagine you aren't either if you rooted for the Padres this weekend. He breaks down the team getting swept and all but ending their hopes at making the postseason, Jake Arrieta getting torched, Yu Darvish's wasted start, and of course the viral clubhouse argument between Fernando Tatis Jr. and Manny Machado. Some major changes are coming this offseason, that's for sure. Follow Javier on Twitter @Javiipeno Follow Locked On Padres @LO_Padres Subscribe to the new Locked On Padres YouTube Channel! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Molecule Mattress Visit OnMolecule.com and save twenty percent with promo code LOCKEDON. NetSuite NetSuite is offering a one-of-a-kind financing program only for those ready to switch today! Head to NetSuite.com/LockedOn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
San Diego Padres vs. St Louis Cardinals MLB Pick Prediction 9/19/2021 by Tony T. Padres at Cardinals—Free pick is St Louis Cardinals -120. On the hill for St Louis is JA Happ. The lefty has allowed two earned runs or fewer in six of his past eight starts. Jake Arrieta counters for San Diego. Arrieta past seven starts allowed 32 earned runs in 25 2/3rd innings of work. Team is 2-7 in his past nine starts. Padres have lost seven of nine and Cardinals winning nine of ten. Past ten games Padres batting .203 against righthanders. Past ten games Padres bullpen an ERA 6.37 and WHIP 1.44. Cardinals pen in this period an ERA 2.52 and WHIP 1.07. Play St Louis -120.
BREAKING: A Baseball News Podcast - Tim (@TimJacksonSays) and TC (@tczencka) look at a contender in the Giants, a treadmill team in the Phillies, and a team on the rise in the Pirates. Is the Giants model sustainable? Can the Phillies ever finish above .500 again? Are the Pirates a team to watch? Or just a team to watch...to watch? Subscribe: iTunes | Android | Stitcher | Spotify | Google Play | RSS | Join Pitcher List Plus to support the podcast and get an Ad-Free Website + access to our Discord community! Timestamps: Giants Clinch Playoff Spot (1:35) Zaidi or Kapler (7:10) Can Giants make a run in the playoffs? (15:45) Can the Phillies get off the treadmill of mediocrity? (21:50) Is Girardi the right guy? (29:10) Pirates' Development Plan (40:55) Are the Pirates a team to watch? (44:10) This Week In Baseball: Ryan Braun, Padres, Jake Arrieta (51:48) Get PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus Get PL+ and join our community!: https://www.pitcherlist.com/plus/
BREAKING: A Baseball News Podcast - Tim (@TimJacksonSays) and TC (@tczencka) look at a contender in the Giants, a treadmill team in the Phillies, and a team on the rise in the Pirates. Is the Giants model sustainable? Can the Phillies ever finish above .500 again? Are the Pirates a team to watch? Or just a team to watch...to watch? Subscribe: iTunes | Android | Stitcher | Spotify | Google Play | RSS | Join Pitcher List Plus to support the podcast and get an Ad-Free Website + access to our Discord community! Timestamps: Giants Clinch Playoff Spot (1:35) Zaidi or Kapler (7:10) Can Giants make a run in the playoffs? (15:45) Can the Phillies get off the treadmill of mediocrity? (21:50) Is Girardi the right guy? (29:10) Pirates' Development Plan (40:55) Are the Pirates a team to watch? (44:10) This Week In Baseball: Ryan Braun, Padres, Jake Arrieta (51:48) Get PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus
Ben Lindbergh and Meg Rowley banter about Jake Arrieta's sub-replacement pitching and the sorry state of the Padres' starting staff, Bryce Harper, Juan Soto, and the NL MVP race, Shohei Ohtani, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., and the competing, persuasive narratives of the AL MVP race, and the ascendance of micro sports betting. Then (31:49) they talk […]
Justin Fields makes his preseason debut and looks phenomenal. Jason Peters signs with the Bears. Highlights from game one, and negatives that need to be fixed. What is going on with Teven Jenkins? Cubs release Jake Arrieta. The miserable state of the Cubs. NFL Quarterbacks if they were your girlfriends.
Jeff Passan joins Buster to discuss Joey Votto's 2,000th hit, how the Reds are tied to the Padres in the playoff race, San Diego signing Jake Arrieta, how things got ugly in a hurry for the Mets and if Trevor Bauer will pitch again in the majors. Then, Sarah Langs stops by to talk about Fernando Tatís Jr.'s 33 home runs in 88 games, Brandon Crawford's slugging percentage and Luis Gil's scoreless start to his career. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Karl Ravech joins Buster to discuss what he loves about calling the Little League World Series, the magic of the Field of Dreams game, baseball's 7th-inning problem, the Red Sox, Shohei Ohtani striking out Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and the Cubs releasing Jake Arrieta. Plus, a goodbye to Mr. Malibu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rob sticks in and talks about the challenges of masks and vaccination rules when it comes to professional sports. In the news, Anderson hit for a White Sox win over New York Yankees in a Field of Dreams tribute, bringing the spotlight back to baseball. How can the league top this? Jake Arrieta placed on unconditional waivers by Chicago Cubs after dismal game. Chris Davis hangs up his bat and ends career with Baltimore Orioles. Bucks agree to 2-year deal with Thanasis Antetokounmpo. Chris Webber and Toni Kukoc to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. Mike Reilly helps BC Lions win in Calgary. New Orleans calls for vaccination proof for fans wanting to attend Saints' games. UFC's Nate Diaz trash talks Conor McGregor, will this result in more top bill fights? AEW brings in talent and begins to eclipse the WWE. Share, subscribe and review today!
After 9 games of baseball, the White Sox and Cubs sit at identical 4-5 records. On this week's episode of the Shoeless Goat Podcast, Nick and Pat discuss how things have gone in the early going on both sides of town. For the Cubs, Nick wonders how long Jake Arrieta can keep up this vintage look, and tries to make sense of the bats slow starts. On the South Side, Pat discusses the rise of Yermin Mercedes and the thrill of his long awaited return to Section 509 for the White Sox home opener. The episode wraps up with the first LinkedIn Player Profile of 2021. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this intro episode of Into The Ivy, Ben introduces his new podcasting team: Reece and Boney! The crew talks Cubs baseball in 2020 vs 2021, the return of Jake Arrieta, THEE return of Craig Kimbrel, and why the awful batting averages mean absolutely nothing. These are truly exciting times, and we are proudly sponsored by Keeping Up With The BS!
With teams packing their bags and heading home to prepare for Opening Day 2021, Jordan and Shwebsi are here to take care of some last-minute Spring Training news pieces, and then throw out some of their favorite stash and streaming targets for the first week of the season. Get these guys while the getting is good! Timestamps: Randy Dobnak got PAID (1:50), Taylor Trammell makes the opening day roster (5:57) while Nico Hoerner does not (9:20), Andrew Vaughn knows his capabilities (13:00), Jake Arrieta (16:12), Logan Allen (19:06), Evan Longoria (22:56), Wilmer Flores (24:09), Austin Slater (24:56), Daulton Jefferies (25:39), Logan Webb (28:33), Tarik Skubal (30:43), Enrique Hernandez (34:03), Mariners Prospect ETA chatter (36:59), Jarred Kelenic (38:29), Logan Gilbert (40:04), Casey Mize (44:42), Garrett Richards (46:42) Other notable timestamps: Jordan remembers the word he was thinking of (36:02). Shwebsi's Mets fan passions get the best of him (42:25), Shwebsi says the title of the podcast during the podcast (44:08), Shwebsi begs Chris Flexen to return his wife to him (48:45). Be sure to follow us on Twitter @InTheDeepPL, and feel free to send any mailbag questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us each individually on Twitter: Chris - @Shwebsi Jordan - @BuntSingles Get PL+ and join our community and Discord server!: https://pitcherlist.com/plus
Since we last spoke, Carson Wentz hasn't been traded, and Jake Arrieta came back to the Cubs, blah blah blah... I have a co-host!! I got a text last week from a friend of mine who decided that I needed a co-host, and she decided to join me going forward. In all honesty I thought this would be a shorter episode, but in hindsight I should have known that this would end up being the longest episode to date. Her name is Kelsey Loughlin, we've known each other for 20+ years and she's married to one of my closest friends. I think you'll like her. We spent some time going down memory lane, and then actually discussing a sports-ish topic. The National Anthem and sports has been in the news recently, so we took a bit of a deep dive into the history of the relationship between the two, and whether we think anything will come of this recent debate. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Jake Arrieta signs with the Cubs. Why I feel Jed Hoyer missed on the pitching market. Bears are in on Carson Wentz, but at what price? Other Bears options? Bulls keep improving. LaVine vs. Beal? Patrick Williams looks promising. Utah is real, Boston is broke, and LA is screwed.