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Pitcher List Fantasy Baseball Podcast
SH 26 - Firetrucks, Wheaties, & the Pitcher Who Punched a Lion

Pitcher List Fantasy Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 42:54


Short Hops & Tall Tales - Noah (@noahascott6) is joined by Pitcher List's own Dave Cherman (@DaveCherman) this week for a wacky episode about one of baseball's most legendary players. Plus, we get to the bottom of whatever a "duck snort" is, and close things out with the return of Rent/Extend/Cut! All that and so much more on this episode of Short Hops & Tall Tales!   Timestamps Pickoff Trivia! (Breakfast Edition) (02:11) The Ballad of Rube Waddell (05:17) Rube Waddell: Volunteer Firefighter (11:52) Rube Clears the Infield (13:11) Puppy Love (14:57) ...Alligator Wrestling? Sure, why not? (16:40) The Original Florida Man (17:41) Get Schrecked (18:05) Malice at the (1903) Palace (18:55) A Turn Onstage (19:52) He did WHAT?!? (20:15) Going the Distance with Cy (22:49) The Straw Hat Incident (24:04) The Pickle Jar: "Duck Snort" (27:19) Rent/Extend/Cut! (Chipper, Jeter, & Beltré) (31:17)   Check out the Across the Seams Podcast! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/across-the-seams-podcast/id1558766082 Get PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus

Hemp Barons
Cat Jeter | Grandma Cat

Hemp Barons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 45:58


A transformation or spiritual awakening across her lived experiencesGrandma Cat Jeter, the founder at Pacific Northwest Hemp Company & Deep Green Extracts, is a mother, grandmother, business woman, Cold War Army Veteran, world traveler, electoral candidate, and lifelong activist who celebrates her Canna-versary annually.   She joins Joy Beckerman to talk about her career and her commitment to providing pure, potent, always tested, cannabis extracts for the medical cannabis community. Produced by PodConX Hemp Barons - https://podconx.com/podcasts/hemp-baronsJoy Beckerman - https://podconx.com/guests/joy-beckermanHemp Ace International - http://www.hempace.com/Grandma Cat Jeter - https://podconx.com/guests/grandma-cat-jeterDeep Green Extracts -  https://deepgreenextracts.com/

Cuddy And The Kuge
Ep 33: “Allegedly” with Chris Jeter

Cuddy And The Kuge

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 55:13


As a key part and leader of the UNLV Runnin' Rebels back in their hay day, to a key part of the Las Vegas community serving as a metropolitan police officer, this guy has some great material! You'll get scrappy with him and get real with him… you don't want to miss this episode! Reach out / Follow us: FB: @CuddyAndTheKuge IG: cuddyandthekuge Email:cuddyandthekuge@gmail.com We love hearing from our fans!

Yapping Yankees Podcast
Yapping Yankees Episode 112 - Do You Want This Thing Or Not??

Yapping Yankees Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 74:25


In Episode 112, Mike Scudiero does a social media poll, explodes about the Yankees returning to embarrassing 1st half play, yaps about Jeter's Hall of Fame induction, 9/11, injuries to Cole & Taillon, and recaps this past weeks terrible games.

DJ’s Sports Show⚽️
Jeter to HOF, Messi Breaks Pele's record,2021 Basketball HOF inductees TJ Watt gets paid, & more

DJ’s Sports Show⚽️

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 62:46


In this episode I get into the 2021 Basketball HOF induction set to take place this Saturday, led by Paul Pierce, Chris Webber, & Chris Bosh, along with WNBA legends Yolanda Griffith & Lauren Jackson. I also get into Derek Jeter getting inducted to the hof, Messi breaking Pele's record & more! Buckle up and enjoy the ride

Breaking Balls with Emily Nyman
Ep 76: Oh No, We Suck Again!

Breaking Balls with Emily Nyman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 54:53


Emily & John discuss Yankees regression, making more history, the Mets still pushing, Cole & Loaísiga, Pete Alonso being that dude, thumbs back up in Queens, deGrom update, voicemails, Jeter, Top 6 Things We Wish We Knew Before Going to Hall of Fame Induction Weekend & more! 

MikexSteve Show: A Sports Comedy Podcast
EPISODE 49: ONE YEAR OF DIVISION

MikexSteve Show: A Sports Comedy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 57:13


The Divide Live! | September 9th, 2021Rundown:-Smoltz & Leiter Covid Sacked-Derek Jeter-Bus Stop Horror Stories-NFL SEASON KICK OFF-Tampa/Dallas-Most Hated Teams In BaseballSubscribe at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxZ5jzddon5k-cyAaBkbZfw

R2C2 with CC Sabathia and Ryan Ruocco
Reactions From Derek Jeter's Induction Into the Baseball Hall of Fame

R2C2 with CC Sabathia and Ryan Ruocco

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 40:51


This week, we welcome Ryan's baby daughter into the ‘R2C2' family (0:30) before CC discusses his trip to Cooperstown for Derek Jeter's Baseball Hall of Fame induction (14:00) and what Jeter meant to the Yankees over the last two and a half decades. Hosts: CC Sabathia and Ryan Ruocco Producers: Bobby Wagner and Sadye Zillo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sports Cards Nonsense
Best Derek Jeter Rookie Cards, Topps NFTs, and Mailbag Questions

Sports Cards Nonsense

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 73:51


Mike and Jesse run through Derek Jeter's rookie cards the day after he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame and discuss which card values they like the best and the long-term outlook on Jeter prices. Then Jesse runs through some news stories in the hobby including the release of some Topps MLB NFTs, some cryptocurrency news, and a brief recap of the ‘Sports Cards Nonsense' fantasy football draft. Next, for the return of Straight Cash Homie, Mike talks about why he thinks Cody Bellinger might be a good buy despite his awful season for the Dodgers. They then close the show with some mailbag questions. Hosts: Mike Gioseffi and Jesse Gibson Producer: Ronak Nair Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Vover Sports
Yankees Icon Derek Jeter Enters the MLB Hall of Fame, But Was His Career as Great as It's Promoted? | Vover MLB

Vover Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 5:20


Harrison Rubenstein looks back at Derek Jeter's career as the former shortstop was just inducted into the hall of fame. Harris lays out the arguments that can be made for and against Jeter being in the hall of fame, but he explains the single biggest reason for why one of the greatest Yankees of all-time is in fact a hall of famer in his eyes. Host: Harris RubensteinVoice your thoughts on this episode by downloading the Vover app here!

The Alan Cox Show
Dua Loopa/ Jeter? Barely Knew Her!/ Krautreach/ Vermin Genocide/ Mad At Death/ Annie Lederman/ Wiener Steamer/ Teenage Dynamite/ Covered Grove

The Alan Cox Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 159:35


The Reese Waters Show
9/9/2021 - HR 3 - Jeter, The NFL Season & Mic Drops

The Reese Waters Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 31:08


The NFL Season is starting tonight and we are pumped. There are also matters involving the rest of the sports world from the baseball diamond to the hardwood and all of it gets sliced and diced in this installment.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
Diplomatically Chaotic

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 53:30


Yankees general manager Brian Cashman joins Buster to discuss Derek Jeter's speech in Cooperstown, the state of his and Jeter's relationship, his conversations with Joe Torre after 9/11 on what role the team should play in the New York City, the love shown to the Yankees throughout the league in the aftermath, and President George W. Bush's first pitch during the World Series. Later, Sarah Langs on the designation of being unanimously voted into the Hall of Fame, Max Scherzer becoming the second fastest ever to 3,000 strikeouts, the Blue Jays continuing to batter the Yankees and A.J. Pollack.

Bonita Radio
MDUM | Exaltado Derek Jeter al Cooperstown | Las Cangrejeros siguen invictas | Juegazo en Ponce hoy.

Bonita Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 53:56


#BSNF #BSN #Cooperstown Acción del Baloncesto Superior Femenino con victoria Cangrejera | Bayamón regresa a la ruta ganadora pero hoy juega en el Pachín | Santurce pierde el primero bajo Larry Ayuso | Fajardo se aferra en el segundo de la Sección A | Clase del 2020 del Salón de la Fama de Béisbol en Cooperstown fue exaltada después de una larga espera | Jeter no deja pasar que hubo una persona que no votó por el | Llegó el Fútbol Americano con los Cowboys visitando a los campeones Buccaneers.

FANBASE: A Deep Dive Into the Greatest Rivalry in Sports
#46: Jeter, 9/11 and September Swoons

FANBASE: A Deep Dive Into the Greatest Rivalry in Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 33:45


  Love him or hate him, Derek Jeter is a classic Hall of Famer. Does that mean non-Yankee fans have to like him? Plus, how both teams may well miss the playoffs and 9/11 remembrances from a news photographer who was there. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mad Radio
Darren Rovell talks Tonight's NFL Opener, Crazy Sports Ratings and Jeter Getting Inducted

Mad Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 12:07


Seth and Sean talk with Darren Rovell of the Action Network about the action on tonight's NFL season opener, how crazy the TV ratings for sports are recently, and how everyone somehow missed that baseball Hall of Fame inductions were happening. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fescoe in the Morning
09/09 - 7 am - We Over Me

Fescoe in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 45:56


Our weekly chat with Fox Sports Radio's Ben Maller. Plus, the team first mentality with the Chiefs is awesome, 3 Quickies with Bink, Jeter nailed it, just try and stop the Chiefs, Andy clears things up, and a Dorse question.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Joe Rose Show
The Joe Rose Show Hour 1 9-9

Joe Rose Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 29:54


NFL IS BACK!  Dolphins Pats, and Jeter to the HOF See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Craft Brewed Sports
Grilling Up All the Hot Takes

Craft Brewed Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 92:33


Beers of the Week:- Face Down Brown (Telluride Brewing)- Grapefruit Moped (New Image Brewing)- Sabro Hop Down (UHL's Brewing)It is with great sadness that Scott brings to an end his weekly recap of the Hater's Guide to Hard Knocks, highlighting all of the ridiculous things that we saw in the season finale of Hard Knocks. The guys talk about why guys like Jaylon Smith and Zack Martin don't make an appearance all season, and wonder who looks more like their celebrity doppelganger: Leighton Vander Esch (looking like the guy who played Thad Castle in Blue Mountain State) or Azur Kamara (a dead ringer for Seal). The guys also play a game of Sip/Chug/Drainpour with some old music video mainstays: TRL, 106 and Park, and Pop Up Video.Mike digs through Twitter so the guys can grill up all the hot takes from the week. Drew has some interesting picks as it relates to this year's Super Bowl, and the fellas talk about the NFL 2 minute warning being worthless. On the NCAA side, the guys talk about how good Georgia is, and who has the best uniforms in college football. Scott gets a chance to hate on Jeter getting inducted into the Hall of Fame before Mike sneaks in some golf talk. Mookie goes off on the USMNT for being garbage before he reveals that he might actually like Drake.Be sure to check out friends of the show:Kong Beer Bong (craftbrewedsports.com/beerbong) will make sure you are the life of the party. Keep your beer cold in this koozie that converts to a beer bong in an instant. Order yours today.Beer Drop (craftbrewedsports.com/beerdrop) ships award winning craft beer directly to your doorstep. Sign up for a monthly plan, or shop all of the beers available at Beer Drop and get them shipped to you at a $5 flat rate. Morning Recovery (craftbrewedsports.com/hangover) guarantees that you'll wake up after a night of drinking more ready to take on your day. Use the code SPORTS at checkout for 20% off your non-subscription order.Dugout Mugs (dugoutmugs.com/craft) for one of a kind beer mugs and openers. Use our link for 15% off your entire order.

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 142: Jeter to Hall, Yankees to Hell

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 49:15


As noted on last week's podcast, Kunj is on the other side of the world this week and avoiding Yankees baseball while soaking up the sun. That turned out to be a blissful plan, as he's missed a disastrous pair of series between the weekend loss to the Orioles and the current Blue Jays bludgeoning. The Yankees have already lost their Wild Card lead on Boston and will be a mere half-game in front of Toronto if they don't rally to avoid a four-game sweep today. Not content to suffer alone, Andrew roped former Beyond the Box Score editor and PSA scribe Matt Provenzano into discussing the frustrating past week with him. (He's clearly quite kind.) The two talked through the Yankees' slump, from the suddenly-sputtering bats to the pitching staff that's just trying to hang in there. The bullpen's gassed, and that's not helping matters one bit. A constant theme of the episode touched on the Yankees perhaps facing a crossroads in the near-future with all the names on paper failing to live up the resumes. It's tough stretch. In lieu of the “Meet a Baby Bomber” segment though, Andrew and Matt turned to the bright side “Met a Hall of Famer.” Derek Jeter was enshrined in Cooperstown yesterday, so they took the opportunity to talk about the ceremony a bit before playing armchair psychologist on why some fans dig their heels in on the idea that Jeter “wasn't good, actually.” The hottest takes are rarely correct. At the end, they wrap up with the Yankee and Mitre of the Week, and boy, were there not many candidates for the former. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
Inside the Parker - Jeter Hall of Fame Edition! 9x All-Star Gary Sheffield on 'The Captain', His HOF Case

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 36:36


This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob reacts to the Hall of Fame induction of Yankees legend Derek Jeter, the scorching hot Tampa Bay Rays sitting atop the AL East, and the scant run support Padres ace Blake Snell is getting in some plus performances. Also, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Foul or Fair, Betting on the Bases. Guests: 9x All-Star Gary Sheffield discusses his Hall of Fame case, if he expects to get the Cooperstown call, and his thoughts on former teammate Derek Jeter's induction. Click here to subscribe and download all of the latest Inside the Parker podcasts and follow Rob on Twitter!! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Inside the (Rob) Parker
Jeter Hall of Fame Edition! 9x All-Star Gary Sheffield on 'The Captain', His HOF Case

Inside the (Rob) Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 37:21


This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob reacts to the Hall of Fame induction of Yankees legend Derek Jeter, the scorching hot Tampa Bay Rays sitting atop the AL East, and the scant run support Padres ace Blake Snell is getting in some plus performances. Also, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Foul or Fair, Betting on the Bases. Guests: 9x All-Star Gary Sheffield discusses his Hall of Fame case, if he expects to get the Cooperstown call, and his thoughts on former teammate Derek Jeter's induction. Click here to subscribe and download all of the latest Inside the Parker podcasts and follow Rob on Twitter!! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Short Porch
Episode 288: The Yankees Lose On Jeter HOF Day As This Rollercoaster Season Takes a Nose Dive

The Short Porch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 53:24


The Yankees have lose 9 of their last 11 games, and five straight now. Pure sadness. Gerrit Cole left Tuesday's start early with a tight hamstring and we wait word on his prognosis. Gleyber is lost. The lineup isn't doing anything. What happened to playing Tyler Wade and Luke Voit? Luis Gil returned and wasn't at his best, but did make history. He also walked a ton of guys which wasn't ideal. Still, the offense is dreadful having mustered just one XBH since Sunday. Not great. Derek Jeter was enshrined in the HOF at least which was so awesome and a nice break from reality. We break it all down and take your voicemails on today's show. Outro Song: “EDM Elation” via APM Music Library

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
09/08/2021 - Best of The Odd Couple

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 45:00


Chris and Rob share their thoughts on Derek Jeter's Hall of Fame career and tell us if he's actually underrated when compared to the all-time greats, and explain why The Athletic got it wrong when they named Tom Brady the greatest football player in NFL history. Plus, 9x All-Star and World Series champion Gary Sheffield swings by to discuss what made Jeter so great, why he feels he still hasn't been voted into Cooperstown, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
09/08/2021 - Hour 1 - Derek Jeter is Actually Underrated + World Series champion Gary Sheffield

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 48:01


Chris and Rob share their thoughts on Derek Jeter's Hall of Fame career and tell us if he's actually underrated when compared to the all-time greats, and explain why Tua not being named as a Miami Dolphins team captain is a bad omen. Plus, 9x All-Star and World Series champion Gary Sheffield swings by to discuss what made Jeter so great, why he feels he still hasn't been voted into Cooperstown, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Parting Schotts Podcast
Jeter, Simmons, Walker, Miller inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame

The Parting Schotts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 26:37


On the latest edition of “The Parting Schotts Podcast,” Associate Sports Editor Ken Schott looks back at Wednesday's Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Cooperstown. Inducted were players Derek Jeter, Ted Simmons and Larry Walker, and the late Marvin Miller, the former executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association. Via the induction ceremony's press conference, Jeter, Simmons, Walker and Donald Fehr — the former MLBPA executive director who spoke on behalf of Miller — can be heard on the show. “The Parting Schotts Podcast” is available wherever you get your podcasts and at https://dailygazette.com/category/sports/parting-schotts.

Barstool Rundown
Barstool Rundown - September 8th, 2021

Barstool Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 28:53


The units are the stars of the show today. Clem, Coach Duggs and Frank discuss their trip, if the Orioles are actually worse than the Mets, Jeter's HOF induction, Mac Jones' future, a wild police standoff and close it out with #FreeBritney. Dave jumps in to defend Frank.

The Michael Kay Show
Jeter goes into the HOF: 9/8/21

The Michael Kay Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 72:29


On Wednesday's show, the guys discuss Derek Jeter's greatness as he goes into the Hall of Fame. Plus, more adventures in name pronunciations for Peter and some thoughts from Michael on the Yankees recent slide.

Carlin, Maggie & Bart
Moose and Maggie: Hour 4 (1pm) 9-8-21

Carlin, Maggie & Bart

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 34:36


What to expect from the Mets and Yanks down the stretch, Jeter to the Hall of Fame, Pick of the Day and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fan Experience TV
95: NFL Preview. Jeter, MLB, and more!

Fan Experience TV

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 61:24


Join Mike and Rick as they talk about NFL Preview, Jeter, MLB, and more!

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
A Brief History Throwback: The Jeter Five

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 27:08


Happy Derek Jeter day! This is a throwback history episode in which Andrew discusses the 1992 MLB draft — a.k.a. The Derek Jeter Draft. How were the Yankees in a position to pick him? Who was the scout responsible for finding him? And what happened to the five players taken ahead of him? If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a rating and review! It is the #1 way you can help out the show.  Get in touch:   @YankeesPodcast   @Andrew_Rotondi   @ScottReinen   @robby_danks     Submit to the mailbag: bronxpinstripes.com/podcast   Call the voicemail line: 646-480-0342   Intro/Outro music: One Way Ticket, by Anitek Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
Throwback: Derek Jeter's Greatest Moments

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 68:11


Happy Derek Jeter day! This is a throwback episode where Andrew and Scott count down the top 5 moments of Jeter's career. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a rating and review! It is the #1 way you can help out the show.  Get in touch:   @YankeesPodcast   @Andrew_Rotondi   @ScottReinen   @robby_danks     Submit to the mailbag: bronxpinstripes.com/podcast   Call the voicemail line: 646-480-0342   Intro/Outro music: One Way Ticket, by Anitek Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bleav Inside China Basin
KONTOS PASSIONATE ABOUT ESPN'S KARL RAVECH GIANTS COMMENT: "THEY DO NOT HAVE THE TALENT LEVEL OF THE DODGERS"

Bleav Inside China Basin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 31:45


George Kontos takes exception to comments by ESPN's Karl Ravech on a recent Baseball Tonight podcast about the Giants talent level compared to the Dodgers. We give complete analysis of the residual effect of the Giants taking two out of three from the Dodgers last weekend in San Francisco with only one starting pitcher going in the series for the Giants. We tell you why San Francisco is in first place after a brief slip. Also, with Derek Jeter set to be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Wednesday, George tells a story about his time with Jeter as a New York Yankee. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Athletic Baseball Show: A show about MLB
Starkville | Jeter heads to Cooperstown, pennant race roundtable and Doug's Tyra Banks story (take 3)

The Athletic Baseball Show: A show about MLB

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 94:32


Derek Jeter is headed to Cooperstown and Jayson and Doug share their experiences both on and off the field with the Yankees great, explaining why a player who is sometimes criticized as overrated is actually underrated! Then the roundtable returns to get you ready for the final month of the season. The Athletic's Eno Sarris and NY Times baseball writer Tyler Kepner visit Starkville to predict what will happen down the stretch. Of course there's trivia and the annual telling of Doug's Tyra Banks story. You don't want to miss that! Follow Jayson on Twitter: @jaysonst Follow Doug on Twitter: @dougglanville Follow Eno Sarris on Twitter: @enosarris Follow Tyler Kepner on Twitter: @TylerKepner Follow Mayor Tim on Twitter: @TimMMcMaster Save 50% on a subscription to The Athletic at theathletic.com/baseballshow. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Carlin, Maggie & Bart
Moose and Maggie: Hour Four (1pm) 8-31-21

Carlin, Maggie & Bart

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 38:18


Francisco Lindor gets real, Jeter warned Bush about the boo's. Pick of the Day and more... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 13.0.a: All the Fun Things

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 76:30


1 hour and 17 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, and Information Entropy, the Raw Power app for iOS by Gentleman Coders, and SignalWire, which is the virtual office platform we recorded on during the pandemic because we'd had it up to here with Zoom (use the code MUPPETS and they'll buy your team lunch!) This episode however was recorded at Prentice 4M, on the other end of The Bridge, started by a couple of readers to have the perfect, affordable, safe, and clean living/renting/working space near campus. 1. Quarterback & Running Back starts at 1:00 We try to convince Brian to care about football by showing him all the wonderful things. Like Cade McNamara is the guy but his ceiling is…Shea Patterson? J.J. McCarthy is a much better floor. Not much from Bowman. But hey, running backs! Haskins is a Dude, way too good for Charbonnet to stick around. Corum is everything we desire in a running back. Picking out roles for Edwards makes it fun, as long as we can not think about how the backs were misused last year. [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Wide Receiver & Tight End starts at 27:44 Ronnie Bell is he, but also the man who led the country in average YAC in 2019. Cornelius Johnson is an easy breakout candidate. Daylen Baldwin had legit Ohio State interest. AJ Henning inherits the Giles Jackson role, while Sainristil is the Jeter of the offense: coaches hype him every offseason, yet to see it. Don't sleep on Roman Wilson either. Tight end is thin unless the new wave of guys from nowhere appear, but All could have huge upside if he's only more like the guy who caught everything before he learned to block. 3. Offensive Line starts at 46:04 They clearly wanted Zinter to move to center but since that didn't happen it's Vastardis and both of Trente Jones and Karsen Barhart are waiting to get on the field. Not a terrible situation, really—Stueber can play and Hayes is locked in at LT, and they love Zinter, and the all-out melee at LG that Keegan won should mean he's pretty good. We disagree re: Moore. 4. Raw Takes and How it All Fits starts at 59:36 What is speed and space? It's Ronnie Bell leading the country in YAC. MUSIC: “Wolf Like Me”—TV on the Radio “Pegasi”—Jesca Hoop “Ghosts”—Ted Leo “Across 110th Street” THE USUAL LINKS: Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?

Locked On Wolverines
Some (brutal) needed honesty from Michigan football

Locked On Wolverines

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 30:58


Donovan Jeter said the same thing most Michigan football fans have been saying: we're tired of the hype, including the personal fall camp hype, and results are the only thing that matters. Also that the Wolverines phoned it in after the Minnesota game in 2020. Hear the best of what Jeter said and why it matters when it comes to Michigan football in 2021. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Joe Rose Show
The Joe Rose Show Hour 4 8-11

Joe Rose Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 39:31


Jeter and the Marlins, Dolphins in Chicago, and your texts See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Podcast Francais Authentique
Jeter de l'huile sur le feu

Podcast Francais Authentique

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2021 10:02


Pour obtenir le fichier PDF visite https://www.francaisauthentique.com/jeter-de-lhuile-sur-le-feu/

Fall Obsession Podcast
Ep. 72 "The Tactical Games" | Dustin Jeter & Sam Thrash

Fall Obsession Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 56:52


This isn't just a weekend trip to the range... "The Tactical Games" are the real deal!  This week, we take a short break from our normal hunting talk as host Sam Thrash sits down with his good friend Dustin Jeter to talk about his growing passion for a very competitive sport.  Dustin has been shooting firearms competitively for a while, but recently took on his biggest challenge yet with "The Tactical Games."  Think of it as Crossfit meets competitive shooting.  Dustin talks about what he has done, and continues to do to prepare himself for an event like this, the physical and mental drive required to compete at this level, and much more!  This is an awesome, unique conversation that you don't want to skip over, especially if you love your range days! 

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
What's Up! - A Chat with John Jeter, Fort Smith Symphony

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 16:38


John Jeter, music director of the Fort Smith Symphony, has taken the lessons learned during the pandemic and done some restructuring for the 2021-22 season. Find out more as he chats with Becca Martin-Brown, Features editor, during this What's Up! podcast.

Christian Life Center - Heath, OH
Fight! | Justin Jeter

Christian Life Center - Heath, OH

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2021 34:27


Just Go With It: Living Life Post Grad
63. Questions for the Boys: Socratic Seminar Style with Andrew Jeter

Just Go With It: Living Life Post Grad

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 68:52


On this episode we're sitting down with our friend Andrew to discuss our favorite, evergreen topic: dating. We're throwing a bunch of questions at him and having him review a few dating app profiles while we're at it! We're covering the perfect mix of photos on your dating profile, Tinx's box theory (guys automatically put girls in one of 3 boxes), when does dating someone turn into dating them too long, why are guys buying girls so many drinks at bars, and a few conversation openers that will probably get you somewhere further than “are you from around here.” If you have any interest in dating whatsoever, this one's for you!

The Tom Flip Key West Podcast
#56 Kathy Gilmour

The Tom Flip Key West Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 90:54


Kathy Gilmour is the GM for Lazy Dog Adventures and a comedian. We discuss finding your tribe, sports, Star Wars, Corvette Summer, loving sarcastic assholes, A-Rod and Jeter, drunk people, dealing with tourists non stop, alt comedy clubs, her 50th birthday party and more.Thanks to my sponsors@www.keyscoffee.co @www.22andco.com@www.pokeintherear.com

The Volume
Colin Cowherd Podcast - Michael Kay on Francesa Rivalry, Meeting Jeter, Disaster Interviews

The Volume

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 57:17


On this episode of the Colin Cowherd Podcast, First, Fake Questions, Real Answers on the NCAA player compensation ruling and why it wouldn't have helped Johnny Manziel as much as everyone thinks (1:00). Then Yankees Play-By-Play Announcer and New York broadcasting legend Michael Kay and Colin discuss what bothers them about Mike Francesca and Craig Carton (7:00), the criticism that Yankees fans hate most (17:00), the first time he ever met Derek Jeter (23:00), the pitcher who was not "built" for the Yankees (24:00), the main difference between George Steinbrenner and his son Hal (27:00), the "genius" moves that made Joe Torre a legend (30:00), the biggest problems with this year's Yankees (32:00), the personal sacrifices he made to pursue his announcing career (34:00), why he found it difficult to interview Bill Russell (38:00), how he accidentally launched Mike Tyson's Broadway career (40:00), the worst interview he's ever done (42:00), why his broken relationship with CC Sabathia still bothers him (46:00), and the worst baseball stadiums for broadcasting. (49:00). Make sure you follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates and check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Colin Cowherd Podcast
84. Michael Kay on Francesa Rivalry, Meeting Jeter, Disaster Interviews

The Colin Cowherd Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 57:17


On this episode of the Colin Cowherd Podcast, First, Fake Questions, Real Answers on the NCAA player compensation ruling and why it wouldn't have helped Johnny Manziel as much as everyone thinks (1:00). Then Yankees Play-By-Play Announcer and New York broadcasting legend Michael Kay and Colin discuss what bothers them about Mike Francesca and Craig Carton (7:00), the criticism that Yankees fans hate most (17:00), the first time he ever met Derek Jeter (23:00), the pitcher who was not "built" for the Yankees (24:00), the main difference between George Steinbrenner and his son Hal (27:00), the "genius" moves that made Joe Torre a legend (30:00), the biggest problems with this year's Yankees (32:00), the personal sacrifices he made to pursue his announcing career (34:00), why he found it difficult to interview Bill Russell (38:00), how he accidentally launched Mike Tyson's Broadway career (40:00), the worst interview he's ever done (42:00), why his broken relationship with CC Sabathia still bothers him (46:00), and the worst baseball stadiums for broadcasting. (49:00). Make sure you follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates and check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

We Gotta Believe
WGB #100: Mets in Four

We Gotta Believe

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 68:53


ONE HUNDRED EPISODES of the good, the bad and the Mets-ie. We started this podcast having never even heard of our Lord and savior uncle Stevie Cohen and look at us now! It's been a wild ride with highs and lows and wild boars, but one hundred episodes later and we're still standing and this team is still up four games in the NL East. We zig and we zag, but no matter the schedule or opponent we always seem to find ourselves with a four-game cushion. If you had told us that we'd have to play with mostly bench players and a taxed pitching staff and bullpen and we'd MAINTAIN a division lead over the course of that entire stretch, we'd call you crazy, but with June coming to a close we're still here. The offense hasn't looked good, that's just a fact, but no matter the circumstance we continue to, time and time again, find ways to pull out a W even when we shouldn't. Yes, it helps that the division is dreadful, but we're not exactly in fighting shape either. Nimmo should be back this week with JD Davis not too far behind, meaning that we'll have our first, full opening day lineup in nearly 2 months! For the fans complaining, have some perspective people. Things could have gone much, much worse and now we're coming to full strength right in time for the break. It's not often that the baseballs gods smile upon us so stop looking a gift horse in the mouth! The guys breakdown the Phillies series that saw our bats fall silent and their bullpen and defense implode. It wasn't a pretty sight to see, but as long as teams keep allowing us to stick around, we're gonna find ways to make them pay for it. We discuss the clutch hits from Lindor, Dom and Conforto, the great outings from the staff and why Bryce Harper really doesn't give the Mets faithful too much cause for concern. KFC also claims a new "guy," Clem alerts us to a swagger jacking and we determine whether or not that viral Jeter jersey is a troll job or the cruelest of punishments for one fan. This marathon schedule is not for the faint of heart, but we gotta believe that come all-star break we'll be in prime position to take this thing to a new level.

Break A Bat! where Baseball Meets Broadway
#89 - Now Batting: Sweeny Murti

Break A Bat! where Baseball Meets Broadway

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 49:27


Sweeny Murti is taking us backstage and into the clubhouse! For 21 seasons and counting, Murti has played the role of the New York Yankees beat reporter on the team's flagship radio station, WFAN, and also serves as a contributor to both MLB Network and SNY. This week, he takes host Al Malafronte through some of the fascinating aspects of his job, the challenges that come with covering the team over a 162-game season both at home and on the road, as well as some of the unique experiences he's had with the Bronx Bombers and their diverse personalities. Murti entered Yankees Universe during a particularly interesting chapter in the team's history. They were in the heart of their most recent dynasty when he came on board in 2001, and soon watched a major change in the guard unfold almost instantly after it ended on a November night in Arizona. His perspective on the franchise, as well as all of the players and events that followed the glory years are truly incredible, and not without some brilliant insight. Some of the other subject matters we touched on spanned anything from earning player's trust, Jeter & A-Rod, the best team he covered that didn't win it all, and developing his own unique style that we believe represents the "good stuff" in baseball coverage. Murti even tells us which Broadway musical he'd most like to star in! Connect with Sweeny Murti on Twitter: @YankeesWFAN and Instagram: @sweeny_murti Connect with Break a Bat! on Instagram: @break_a_bat_podcast Hosted by Al Malafronte Produced by the Broadway Podcast Network  Edited by Matthew Hendershot Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Healthy Wealthy & Smart
544: Jeremy Herider: Becoming Your Optimal Self

Healthy Wealthy & Smart

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 41:27


In this episode, Optimal Self Coach, Jeremy Herider, talks about how he discovered, and strives toward, the Optimal Self. Today, Jeremy talks about “the Art of Becoming the Best Version of You”, why it's important to you but more important to those who look up to you, and why we should prioritise #GenerationalHabits over #GenerationalWealth. Hear about the moment he started re-evaluating his identity, his three most important values, and his advice to his younger self, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast.   Key Takeaways “If I'm going to have success in any endeavour, it's going to come from what happens when no one's watching.” “Don't get your identity caught up in things that are out of your control.” “Integrity is do what you say you're going to do. Character is ‘be who say you are.'” “You can be what you want to be but, at the same time, not at the expense of someone else.” “If you're lacking motivation today, normally it's not lacking motivation, it's lacking clarity. When you get clear on something, motivation jumps out of you.” “You either give that thing 100% of you, or dont, because 99% wont work.” “You're leaving something behind whether you like it or not.” “Stay the course. It's going to take work. Don't be afraid of the work.”   More about Jeremy Herider Meet Jeremy Herider, life coach, business consultant, professional athlete, podcaster… the list goes on. How can one person even have so many titles? That's just what you get when you're living as your Optimal Self. As a pioneer in two professional sports, Jeremy has spent a lifetime building the elite habits necessary to thrive not only in pro sports, but in every other venture that he's been a part of. Originally from Lancaster, California, Jeremy found his strength as an athlete from an early age. He was a three-sport letterman in high school and an MVP in baseball. He graduated from Gonzaga University where he was an All-Pac10 Infielder. His pro baseball career took off not long after. But his drive didn't stop there and neither did his list of accomplishments. Jeremy was the first contracted player with the Diamondbacks to get a hit in the history of the organization. He was later drafted by the LA Reign, officially making him a two-sport professional athlete. More recently, Jeremy has been named a CrossFit Champion, taking home 1st Place for the Deadlift/Box Jump event. Of course, now Jeremy has shifted his focus once again as a productivity consultant for Fortune 500 companies, private business coach, and motivational speaker. Jeremy's Optimal Self Coaching program and podcast boil down this lifetime of achievement into tangible, attainable habits that anyone can adopt for success. No success story, including Jeremy's, happens by accident. Begin yours with Optimal Self.   Suggested Keywords Motivation, Identity, Improvement, Habits, Wealth, Health, Smart, Success, Achievement, Integrity, Character, Generational Habits, Priorities, Clarity, Empathy, Empowerment, Choices,   To learn more, follow Jeremy at: Website:          https://www.optimalself.today Facebook:       @OptimalSelf1 Instagram:       @optimal_self YouTube:        Optimal Self TikTok:            @optimalself Optimal Self:   Optimal Self linktree   Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website:                      https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts:          https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify:                        https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud:               https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher:                       https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio:               https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927   Read the Full Transcript:  Speaker 1 (00:01): Hey, Jeremy, welcome to the podcast. So happy to have you on today. Well, Speaker 2 (00:05): Thank you. It's so happy to be here. I know Speaker 1 (00:08): A fellow podcast host, we'll get into your podcast later on in the, in the episode, but I always love to have a fellow podcast host on for a number of reasons. Number one, being good sound. Speaker 2 (00:21): That's so important. That's so true. Speaker 1 (00:24): So important. All right. Now, before we get into the meat of the interview, what I'd love for you to share with the listeners is how your background of being a professional athlete baseball, CrossFit I can Zaga, right? Almost they almost did it. Oh my gosh. Are you just dying? Speaker 2 (00:53): Was except for that game, we didn't really almost get it. We really got crushed by Baylor. So hats off to Baylor. They, they, they did not miss a beat and they crushed us about halftime. I was, I was already turning the channel a little Speaker 1 (01:06): Defeated, but close. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. Okay. So enough NCAA talk. So let's talk about how your life as a professional athlete kind of shaped your views on your life now and kind of what you're doing now. Speaker 2 (01:25): But I love that question cause it can, it's, it's so many different things in, in regards to, you know, you see what most people see is the end result, right? Is, is you running on a field? In my case, it was baseball. They, they see the end result. They see you on a field with the stadiums packed and the lights are on, you know, and, and, and it's, it's incredible, right? Cause we all watch it. If those of you that are out there that are, that are sports fans, you know, it's just, but we get to see the end result. What we don't see is the work and we don't see the behind the scenes. We don't see it. So as far as is shaping me today is it's still the same way. What I mean by that is this, is that what I, what I loved about athletics was truly not the game. Speaker 2 (02:14): Although the game is the icing on the cake. I enjoyed practice. I, I love getting up and going to practice. My mom tells a story, you know, cause you know, with my girls, I have two girls in, you know, mine were like, they didn't want to go to practice. They were like dad, really again. And my mom tells the story that she's like, no, you'd get done with school and you'd walk in the door and already being your uniform ready to go. And you're like, no, I know you got like two hours and I'm like, no, no, no, let's, let's go now just drop me off. She said, you know, she'd be pulling up and I'd be, the door would be open before the car was even stopped and I'm running. So it's, that's kind of the thing that's been ingrained in me since a kid. Speaker 2 (02:57): And, and so I enjoy that work and, and moving into your adult life. And when that, you know, when that side of my life ended moving into other aspects, which now I'm in a real estate and in starting optimal self and doing what we do now, you know, I just love the work it's so it's, it shaped me the same way. Is that what I know to be true? Is that the true success that actually people see? Cause a lot of times, you know, people see that success and I, let me be clear. I didn't, I didn't reach my goal. My goal was to be a 20 year major leaguer and a hall of Famer. And you know what I mean? And, and be, you know, Canton, Ohio and be putting on that hall of fame jacket and giving a speech and B I was nowhere near that. Speaker 2 (03:43): I didn't get close to that. You know? So my w but when most people see the accolades and they go, oh, wow, you've done this. They, they think of success, right? So again, that is kind of the outsider looking in, but what they, what they never see is, is the work that's put in and that's what you have to love. And, and that happens today is whatever people think is fine. They what they see and what we see of others, that little tip of the iceberg, that's, it's poking out, right? You always see these memes and these things on the internet. It's, what's underneath that water. Well, what I learned is if I'm going to be successful or have success in any endeavor in my adult life, it's going to come from what happens when no one's watching it. What happens when they're not looking with those, those sessions in those days, in those moments. And so that's, that's probably what I learned the most. And it's, it's what I've brought into my adult life from, you know, into these other businesses, from being an athlete. Speaker 1 (04:44): Yeah. And that makes perfect sense. And, you know, I liked practicing too. I like the games. I like the practice. I like the teammates, the camaraderie, that feeling of being on a team is always so great. And that teaches you a lot as well. Just being part of a team and being responsible to someone else for someone else and, and being held accountable as well. Yeah, definitely. Speaker 2 (05:07): I, yeah, you're, you're spot on. Which is interesting because going from, you know, being a baseball player again with 25 guys on the team, nine guys on the field at a time, right. Is, is you are, you're, you're a hundred percent responsible for, for everybody around you. And, but here's what I'll say. And it kind of goes into optimal self as well. Cause it's the optimal self is the art of becoming the best version of you is that one of the things that I think I failed at in those days was not is, is focusing on, on wanting to be the best at my position or in that league or whatever. And what I should have been doing, what I've learned over time is just truly be the best version of me. Like that guy is still, could be the best, but, but if I'm just stopping and always, then I lose sight of just truly who I am and what I can do. Speaker 2 (06:03): And so, and what you're saying is, is very true because going from baseball to where I was accountable to all those guys and coaches and, and, and, and the team, and then when I got into CrossFit and you're all by yourself, you're all by your lonesome, in that a lot of lonely nights at the gym, lonely mornings at the gym training, because nobody has that same goal, right. To, to be a champion or to want those things that a lot of guys would come to the gym and train with me, but I would have to literally put a different guy in at each time, like, oh, we're running, I'll get the good guy, the guy that likes to run, oh, we're lifting the B find the guy that likes to lift. Oh, we're, you know, and so you put, you, you put in all the different people. Cause there was nobody that was just going to be like, yeah, Jeremy, I can't wait to get up at 6:00 AM with, you know, Jeremy, I can't wait to be there until nine o'clock at night with you. So again, I, I, I love what you're saying. Cause that's true. And the truth of life is you do have to have some accountability and the team would definitely show that. So yeah. Speaker 1 (07:03): You're spot on. Yeah. And now you mentioned sort of the art of becoming the best version of you. So mentioned it a little bit. Nice segue into why is that important to you? Speaker 2 (07:16): So it goes back to that same timeframe is when, when baseball ended and for most people in, in an athletic endeavor, it doesn't end on your terms. Very often, there are very few people that, that get that right. They get to Speaker 1 (07:32): Be Derek Jeter, Speaker 2 (07:36): Jeter, Tom Brady's like very viewed people are, are those, those people, right? That get to win the world championships, get to be the MVPs and then get to say CNR when they, when they choose. So, you know, most are on, on, on my side where they, they tell you to you're you come to the stadium and the uniform is not in the locker room anymore. We're not renewing your contract. And thanks for your service. It's no. So, but I mean, that app is everybody. It's, it's nothing, but what I learned and I went through a time and I'll be honest. I didn't know it was this right. Is that I was in a form of depression if you will. Is that because I didn't have an identity, my identity was attached to a hundred percent to baseball. Like I was a baseball player and I knew I was in trouble. Speaker 2 (08:28): It wasn't that the game was over. I was okay with that. Honestly, like I knew that there was more things I had, you know, two little, little girls in those days, they were tiny, right? Like dad got to be around and we got to go to the park and I got to, I get to do stuff that I, that I hadn't been able to do really. So that was wonderful. But what I was, what I failed to, to start to understand was how my identity, how I had attached myself to being a baseball player. And I was in the store one day and I ran into a gentleman that, that knew me. And he was like, yeah, Hey Jeremy. And all his Isley comes over and he's like, how are you? And I say, great, man, how are you? One of those guys that you see their face, you know, but you don't remember their name. Speaker 2 (09:09): Right. And he's like, can you stay here for a second? I want my son. So he calls over. Then here comes his little dude rolling up seven or eight years old. And he goes, Hey, you know, Mason, this is Jeremy, this is the baseball player I was telling you about. And I hadn't played baseball in a few years. Like I hadn't got a paycheck or been on a baseball field in a few years. And it crushed me inside. It was that moment that I realized like, oh shoot, something's wrong. And so I talked to him and we talked baseball and you know, gave him some pointers and you know, you can do this kind of thing. Right. I was the little guy and, you know, we, he was like, he's so small. And I was like, you know, so it was, I, I didn't grow till after. Speaker 2 (09:53): Yeah. And we talked a few stories, but when I left there that day, I knew, I was like, okay, I got it. I gotta get this together. Because that, that it shouldn't feel that way. Right. And I knew at that moment that, because he called me a baseball player and I knew I was not a baseball player anymore. Right. Or in the side of being a physical, getting on the field, practicing, playing, getting a paycheck from the Mino, a major league organization. So that's when I knew, I was like, okay, we got it. We got to work on some stuff. We gotta figure some stuff out. Cause th and again, now it becomes getting away from putting my identity to anything more than just being me. And who is that guy? How does he show up in the world? How does, what is the, what are those fulfilling things that happened that I can do on a daily basis that beat me up. Speaker 2 (10:45): They, they get me excited. So that, and again, when somebody says, Hey, you're not a baseball player. Cause I almost stopped them. Like I almost had to say, Hey, no, I'm not what to mean. It was just like, oh my goodness. And here's this little boy, you know, and you know, try to keep it together on the outside because on the inside I was just dying. But I hope people, what I hope people get out of that is understanding that don't get your identity caught up in things that are out of your control. It was out of my control of being a baseball player. Somebody had to give me a chance. Somebody had to say, yeah, this is this guy's good enough. Here's a contract. We'll take a chance on you. Somebody has to say, Hey, here's a scholarship. We'd love for you to come to play at our university. It's it's, it's not totally in your hands. The practice, the work, the time, the energy, the effort, the desire. Yeah. That's stuff that I can control. That's the stuff I got to work on, but not tying my identity to the actual act. Right. It's what I do. It's not who I am. And that was a big turning point for me. Speaker 1 (11:48): And what advice do you have for someone who maybe is at this crossroads of, you know, maybe they lost their job. Maybe they are came out of a relationship, a long-term relationship where that was part of their identity. So what advice do you have for someone or maybe an exercise or something that you did that helped you pivot that at that moment? Love Speaker 2 (12:13): It. That's such a great question. Perfect. So, you know, there's a lot of different ways to look at this and what I, what I go back to is, is the clarity piece in the sense that, who am I? And so then it becomes, start answering that question of what do I stand for? What's important to me. Right? And you know, there's so many different catch words and I'm just going to give you mine for people. So when I sat down and said, okay, what, what matters? Well, what matters the most to me is, is integrity. And so that is a pillar of my life. One is integrity. And what integrity means to me is simple. It's do what you say you're going to do. If you're going to meet me here at five 30 Pacific standard time, then I'm going to be there and I'm going to be ready and I'm going to be prepared. Speaker 2 (13:01): So, so integrity, just, just living that way. And then the second thing is, is character. And a lot of people associate those two things together, but here's the difference, integrity being, do what you say you're going to do. Well, character is be who you say you are. If you're a dad, then be the dad, right? If you're that, that worker. And I think that character shows up in many ways, especially for people. Like what you're saying right now is, you know, if you, if you had that breakup and it's going tough because, oh my gosh, now who am I without that partner? Or a job or whatever is understanding first, we got to dig inside ourselves. And so, okay. Who, who do you want to be? How do you want to show up in the world? Well, for me, character means be who you say, you're going to be, if you say, you're going to be that, then you be that every step of the way, and that type of clarity will, will, will actually help you make all the decisions in your life. Speaker 2 (13:55): And so, and the third one is empathy for me. So I'll just give you my three integrity, character and empathy. And so I've built it around their empathy. Again, to me was I grew up with women. My mom was a single mom, right? Since she only had sisters, right. Nana and Papa pop was there too. But, but my, my grandparents but, but it was a lot of Nana, right? I was, I was, I was the first born. My mom was 16 when I was born. And so that was not something, you know, no, I don't think there's any 16 year olds in the world that are truly ready to be a parent, right. Or a mother at that at that matter. And so would that being said, right? Like I've been around women that I hear, I get these. And I get blessed with two little girls. Speaker 2 (14:36): And my job for them was to empower them, to know that they can be and do anything they want in this world that, that the gender was not. And so I say this in this regard is that empathy means I need to put myself there. I need to listen to them. I don't have to agree. Right. Even if it was, you know, you can go down, whatever. I don't have to agree with you. We don't have to believe the same things, but it means a lot. If I can, if I can listen in and at least try to understand your point or your view on something, it doesn't mean I have to agree, but it does make it a lot easier. And if that, if that's reciprocal, man, how powerful that can be. So I've always wanted those girls to, to understand that. And to know that yes, you can be what you want to be, but at the same time, not at the expense of someone else, you don't have to put somebody else down for you to be for you to be great. Speaker 2 (15:26): You don't, you can just be great. It's okay. You can be unapologetically. Great. And, and the thing is, is, I mean, as we grow, so to go back to kind of summarize. So in what you asked was how could somebody would just start with yourself, start with who you are. What, what are those words that you have? And I mean, there's so many different things out there. I mean, I'd love to, free to use ours. We have, when you could sign in and get in, put your email address, we send it to you for free. It's an identity creator. It has steps in it and all that kind of stuff. But even so again, it's free, but if you don't want ours, you can, I can Google. There's so many great things out there that can help people. You know, I'm not, I'm not the one to say, this is the only way there's not, there's so many different ways, but I know this. Speaker 2 (16:16): If you're lacking motivation today, it's not, normally it's not lacking motivation, lacking clarity, because when you get clear on something, motivation, jumps off out of you, it will jump out of your skin. Right. And most people can identify with that when they go, oh yeah. When I knew right where I wanted to, where I was going, man, did I take them steps to get there? Right. So, so I think taking it back in that sense for me was all right, who am I? You're not a baseball player anymore. Who are you? What do you want to stand for? How do you want to show up in the world? And let's go be that guy. And again, it also allows you to make incredible choices because the moment you have that clarity, it's like, wait, does, is, is this who I am? Nope. Okay. That doesn't go in my mouth. Speaker 2 (17:07): Okay. That's not what I do. Okay. That's not what I, I choose to. You know what I mean? Like you can literally go from every single piece of how you move, what you eat, the people you hang around, you can start to see. And what's really crazy. Karen is this is that you start to implement those things in your life. You start to be it not no other way. Not words on a page, not just talking about it. Yeah. You actually start living it. You start to see the people around, you change all of a sudden other, your, your whole, your identity starts to attract that when you're being that. And it's an amazing with, without even, without even purposely doing it, because what you radiate, what people hear, what people see when, when they say, because again, I'll go back to my life. Like those guys that I was hanging out with, even at the end, right? Speaker 2 (17:58): Like it was nothing to go to Monday night football and have, you know, eight or 10 beers on a Monday night and drink a bunch and eat a bunch of wings. It sounds fun. And it's great. But I can tell you this, the moment that, that I, that switch started to happen for me. And I started to pay attention to it. Those weren't the choices that I made anymore because they weren't serving the life that I wanted to live and where I wanted to go. And, and it, and again, it makes things a lot easier for yourself. Cause it's, I call it a hundred or nothing. You either give that thing 100% of you, or don't because 99% won't work because there's always that 1% time that somebody something's going to crack when you leave a crack open, that crack will get used and it will get destroyed and it will be, and it will get bigger. So the more you can give to exactly what you say you are going to give, when you give that a hundred man hundreds easier than 98 or 99, because 98, 99, you haven't really made a full decision yet. And you know, this decision is the, is the key to all of it. Cause the moment you do make that decision, man, how the, how the universe will conspire with you to make it happen. Speaker 1 (19:08): Yeah, absolutely. So it sounds like I'm just going to recap quickly that when you're at that sort of crossroads of, of your identity, of, of who you are as a person, you really want to try and get clear on your values, write it down, write down the value, why it's important to you and really like dig deep, you know, it's might be uncomfortable. It might Speaker 2 (19:34): Be uncomfortable making that. You're, you're Speaker 1 (19:37): Really asking yourself the tough questions. And if you don't like doing this on your own, like you said, there are tools out there. You have a tool, there are tools out there, ask your friends, ask your family. If you have good relationships with said people if not, you can hire someone and they'll help you. But really getting deep and asking those questions. It's the same thing that you would do if you're an entrepreneur and you're trying to figure out your vision of your business, you know, you just want to figure out that vision of yourself as well, and it'll probably help your business. That's a whole, that's a whole other conversation. We'll be here for hours. Now I love when you were kind of talking about what people can do when they're at that crossroads, and you talked about your mom and your grandparents and your children and, and you know, we're talking about generations of a family, right? And so a question I have for you is why generational habits should be taught versus generational wealth. And if you can even explain what you mean by generational wealth, do you mean wealth of money, knowledge, X, et cetera, et cetera. So I'll hand it over to you. Speaker 2 (20:56): Yeah. So that's, again, what we see in, in, in at least in our country for sure is, you know, we, you know, that there are families that have, you know, through industrial age, in, in, in all the different times that have handed down, then let's talk w in this case, we're talking money, right. Wealth, right? Whether it be real estate, whether it be, you know, the buildings and things like that, whether it be business, the railroads or the steel or, or whatever that is. And what's, what's, what's incredible is that the majority over time gets, it ends up failing by the third, by the second generation or the third generation. And the reason we say that is the person who built it. They might be handing over the wealth side of things, but they haven't handed over the habits that it took for them to get there. Speaker 2 (21:50): And so when you start to get second and third generation away from the actual being that that created it, it starts to dissipate. And so they don't have those same habits, that work habit, that work ethic, that, that mindset that they, that this was built under. So when we talk at optimal self, when we talk about it, we talk about leaving that generation. We start talking about generational habits. And the reason we say that is this is that you're leaving something behind whether you like it or not. You're leaving a legacy, whatever the term is you want to use, you're leaving that now, right now, somewhere, somehow you, because you have interaction with people, whether you have children or not children, you have interaction with people. You're, you're either at a job. Your, you know, if you're in school, right, they're going to know you, somebody, some they're going to be able to describe you and what are they going to describe? Speaker 2 (22:45): What are you leaving behind? So what, what we talk about is, and this goes back to what we started this with, is that the only way I can help and I, and I use my family, I use because that's the direct connect, right? My girls, the only way I can help them is by me being a better me. Because again, how many of you out there right now are telling your kids to go make their bed? And they walk by your room and your bed's not made, what are we really telling them? Right? What are we really teaching them? And so when I talk about generational habits, I'm talking about, listen, be the person, right? You've, you've heard Gandhi. You've heard it for years of, of all kinds of Nelson, Amanda, about we have to be the change. Well, well, truly, all you have to do is you can be the best version of you and you will inspire others to do the same. Speaker 2 (23:35): What are the habits that you want those children or the people around you to have? What do you want them to learn from you? And if you, if we can at least frame it up that way, then the chances of us living to our own standard are much better. Because sometimes that's what it takes. You know? I mean, our world today is built around social media. Let's be clear, right? It is whatever your view is on it. I don't want to go into my own view because it's really doesn't matter. But there is a bit of it that is corrupting all of us in, in ways myself included. And that's what kind of spins us away from it. So let's get back to saying if, if, because you, we do, I like to tell people I don't care what you think, but I do. Of course I do. Speaker 2 (24:20): Like, and I don't mean that I'm going to do something different because of it. If you don't, if I, if I'm living to the best version and you don't like that, then let's have a conversation. Cause, cause I, I, for sure don't want it to hurt somebody, right? That that's, that's not the case, but with generational habits, if we can leave, if we can start to create and be the difference in our own households, that's how we start to create better environments at all times. So we put our kids in better environments. We choose better environments because those environments are, are more conducive to what our habits are. So yeah, we talk about generational wealth as well, because there's nothing greater than that. I mean, if, if my girls can have more than I had, how incredible would that be? That's that's and their kids' kids, right? Speaker 2 (25:09): Like, let's talk, let's, let's make it. But at the same time, what I have to be able to help them and what they need to be able to see from me. Not just words on the page or words out of my mouth, but what they need to be able to see from me is how I live. How do I personally get up every day? What is important? What, you know, my hydration, how we eat, the things that we do, the things that we consume, right? Consumption what, not just what we eat, but what we hear, what we watch, what we say, because those words are very powerful. Every word that we, we say, we say to ourselves, you're your cells are eavesdropping that they're paying attention. That subconscious is paying deep attention to that. So again, generational habits or what are you leaving behind? What habits in art. Speaker 2 (26:01): And again, because you asked that question and you're like, oh man, as I've done it for myself, I'm like, oh my God, I do do not want my kids. When the kids are a little, this is this is some of you out there that our parents can remember the time that you said something, maybe to you, your wife or your husband or whatever, and your kid repeats it. And you're like, oh, you don't even realize it. Right. We're like, oh my goodness. So again, thinking along those lines, just even if you don't have kids, is what are the words that I'm saying, how am I being and can I help? So can I show people better habits that can, that can inspire them to do the same? Speaker 1 (26:43): I love it. That makes so much sense. And, and we'll hopefully be able to instill confidence and allow those next generations to keep building on whatever it is. You're leaving from a wealth, even from a wealth standpoint, from a health standpoint. It's, it's just a great, great way to look at that. Handing down of one generation to the next. I love it. I love it. Okay. So before we start to wrap things up here, where can people find you? How can they get in touch with you? Great. Speaker 2 (27:19): So we are on all the social media platforms, Instagram, Facebook optimal self Facebook is optimal. Self one. Igg is optimal underscore self as well. But our, our webpage is optimal self.today, optimal self.today. And on there our, we do have some courses everything up there that we're even showing, right, right now is, is free. So we can, you can jump in we'll, we'll get you in. We have a private Facebook group that we, we put a ton of stuff in that you can actually, you know, it's getting, it's getting pretty good. There's a lot of really cool people in there doing some really cool things. Because again, it's not about us. It's not about me. It's about building a community of like-minded people that want to pull for each other root for each other. You know what I mean? Like environment matters. And so we're trying to build an environment that, that, that people are, are, are trusting of. But they're also contributing back to, because man, to see some of the things that these people are doing just using some of the principles of optimal self is pretty amazing. So we'd love to have everybody. So if you're interested, please optimal self that today. We'll get you there. Speaker 1 (28:30): Awesome. Thank you so much. And who can want a little more encouragement and support in their life. And now before we end last question that I ask everyone is knowing where you are now in your life and in your career. What advice would you give to your younger self? Speaker 2 (28:48): Man, so much. No, I think that I, I think for myself is the thing that when you, when you ask that the, the, the very first words that came to my head is stay the course and what that means, what I mean by that is a lot of times we, we believe something. We want something we're afraid to talk about it. And I will say this as an athlete. You know, when I was very little, yes, my, the, you asked me what I was doing. And I was like, I'm going to be a baseball player. Like, that's what I was doing, you know? And I wasn't the best. Let's just be very clear. I wasn't your all-star game guy. I wasn't the kid hitting home runs as a kid who was getting tired. I was opposite. I didn't make all star teams. I didn't have all that stuff. Speaker 2 (29:40): And so, you know, it was, it was a turning point. I'll share this really quick because I think it'll help people out. There is I was 13 years old and my best friend's dad was our coach. My best friend was the best player, if not in the league, definitely on our team. And we grew up together. He's still one of my best friends to this day. And he was, it was a bigger kid growing up. You probably, you guys probably remember this. I was not that kid. I was the little munchkin kid, you know, you just hit over at second base or, you know so, and at 13 we won the championship in our league and it was probably the best year I ever had as a, as, as a baseball player at that young age, I thought for sure, man, this is the year I'm going to make the all-star team, right. Speaker 2 (30:23): This is the year and I didn't make it. And our team had won. So we had this, you know, the, the, the, the pizza party after. And, and so I went up to coach who was also, you know, I'd been on vacation with him because I was, you know, got to, you know, he's, his son was my best friend. And I said, you know, he's like, what's the matter? What do you want? And I said how come I didn't make the all-star team? And he looked me dead in the face. Can I can tell you this? I, I can tell you to this day, which is not even know how many 40, 30 years later he, and I said, and he, I could tell you what he was wearing. I could tell you what he smelled. Like, I could tell you everything about it. Speaker 2 (31:02): Every I could tell you what I was wearing. And he said, because you weren't good enough now don't get me wrong. The crushes, any 13 year old boy or girl, probably. But that 13 year old boy in me was crushed. He was, he still is to this day, but I'll tell you this. And I went to the side, you know, and got away from where everybody was. I went up to the lady, the pizza counter, and I asked her if I could use the phone, if she'd call my mom, because her mom wasn't there, she could dial the number for me. I asked her to come get me. She's like, what are you doing? I said, mom, please come get me, please come get me, please, please, please, please swish. She's like, find them on my lap. I didn't even wait. I just went out and sat on the curb, waited for her. Speaker 2 (31:39): She pulled up and she's like, what is going on? And as soon as I got in the car, man, tears just pouring out and she's like, what is going on? I'm like, just go, please. She's like, I'm not leaving, moving this car until you tell me what's going on. So I told her, right. I said, I wasn't good enough. And she was like, ready? Any mom? Right? Like, and here's the thing. She, you know, I said, please, don't go in there. I mean, bears don't please, please, please. Well, what do you want? What do you want Jeremy? And I said, can we go to big five? I don't even know big five as a place anymore, but in California was at sporting goods store. And I said, please take me there. And she said, what do you want? And I walked in, I showed her. Speaker 2 (32:18): I said, can we please buy me a tea? I'll never forget. It was their big yellow sign, $19 and 99 cents. And that tea is still with me today. That was my 13 year old year. And that tea, I went in the backyard and I hit minimum a hundred balls off that tee every single day. No one's watching. I didn't have many balls to start and I'd tear them up. I started using tennis balls or racquetballs and anything I could find to hit off and a hundred swings. I would not. Everyday when I got home, I'd go out and do a hundred swings or now, or I wouldn't let myself do anything else. Right. All the way through, by the time I was 18 years old, I was, I was in all league player. I was the MVP of our team. I got a scholarship and the rest is kind of history. Speaker 2 (33:02): But that, that, that T stays with me as a symbol is because that it wasn't that he was saying, I want people because most people, even when they hear this, they go, what we should have knocked that guy. And what is it? You know, where's he at today? And I'm like, it was the greatest thing that ever happened. And here's why is because he was honest with me. He wasn't saying I wasn't good enough ever. I wasn't good enough in that moment. So again, there was 12, 15 teams in that league. There's, you know, whatever, 15, 16 kids on everything. There's 80 to a hundred kids in that league. It's not like I'm the only kid that didn't make it there. 15 kids and made that all star team. If I was the 16th best kid that year, then I wasn't good enough. Right. But it's not that I'm not good enough forever. Speaker 2 (33:47): It depends on how I, how, how you look at it. But I knew this, no one was ever going to say that to me because I, because of lack of effort, you, weren't going to tell me that because I didn't work hard because I'm not, I'm telling you, I'm still not best of that in my, you know, I wasn't the best player of all time now, but I maximized my ability. I will say that like that, that's something that I want people to understand, but I want what I wanted them to see is there's somebody out there right now that has probably been told they're not good enough. They're not, they're not pretty, they're not smart. You're the dumb sister. You're the dumb brother. You're this, whatever, right. It happens to all of us. There's so many people out there that did that lives with us forever. Speaker 2 (34:26): And I'm here to tell you it lives with me today, but it lives with me in a way that he told me that, because in that moment I wasn't good enough. And I needed to prepare. I needed to get better. That was in my control. That's the thing that was in my control because I didn't make it at 14. I didn't make it a 15. I didn't make it to say let's be clear. Right. And, and I, and you probably heard this, I think it was a bill gates and say, we underestimate, you know, we, we overestimate what we can do in a year. And we underestimate what we can do in five. And again, and when I look back at those years, I think, oh my gosh, because if I would have expected after that, you know, to go out side and hit a hundred balls and then leave and go make the next all-star team. Speaker 2 (35:07): Cause I did it once I would have been, it would be a full, everybody would be like, yeah, you're crazy. Right? It's the same person that goes, oh, I went to the gym once. Like, no, it's not, that's not going to work. Oh, I had us salad. No, that's not going to work. This is about consistency. This is about finding your thing and doing consistency over time will create those results. But, but that story in that, that T is a symbol for me to remember like, Hey, starting a podcast, starting this. You're not good enough. You're not, you have to get better. And that takes the work are you with? And if you're willing to do the work, man, you get to be on cool podcasts like this with Karen. And that's that's, that's what ultimately happens. Right? You get the, you get the plug along and, and cool things happen. So I would just tell myself to understand that, listen, it's going to take work. Don't be afraid of the work. Don't be afraid of putting in the extra hours. Don't be afraid of getting up early. Don't just, just keep going, man, stay the course. Don't be afraid of the work. Cause if you do that, anything's possible. Speaker 1 (36:18): Oh, you went on mute. You're on mute. I was saying excellent advice for anyone and certainly great advice for any youngster out there trying to get better at things I want to get better at. So thank you so much for that advice. Thank you. And thank you so much for coming on today and sharing all this good stuff. We will have all the links to all of your stuff at podcast dot healthy, wealthy, smart.com. One click will take you to social media. We'll take you to the website, everything, to all the free stuff you mentioned. So we will have all of that over at the podcast website. So Jeremy, thank you so much for coming on today and giving us up, giving up some of your time. Speaker 2 (37:07): Thank you. Thank you so much for having me. I really, really appreciate it. I really enjoyed it. So looking forward to the next time. Speaker 1 (37:14): Pleasure, pleasure, and everyone. Thanks so much for listening. Have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart.

The Short Porch
Episode 256: The Yankees Can Pitch. Chapman Cy Young Candidate. Jeter Doc is Coming. Open Up Yankee Stadium.

The Short Porch

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 67:31


The Yankees take 3 of 4 in Texas to cap off a 7-3 road trip. They’ve won 6 straight series behind some excellent starting pitching from Kluber and Domingo. Is Aroldis Chapman a serious Cy Young candidate? We ask again, is Gio the guy you want up at the plate with the game on the line. The answer might be obvious now. The Yankees OF is depleted and we scroll through the list of available targets they should go after. The Texas Rangers camera angle is stupid and is the reason Gerrit Cole struggled on Monday. We tackle how stupid it is that MSG is going to 75% capacity while the Yankees are stuck at 33%. Also our excitement for the upcoming 6-part Jeter documentary coming out next year. And lastly we rip apart Tony La Russa, although Tommy thinks he might be good for baseball in a weird backwards way. All that and more on today’s Short Porch. Outro Song: "High Fidelity” (Via APM Music Library)