The Nats were doubled up 10-5 by San Diego in Juan Soto's abrupt return to D.C. Mark & Al examine the events around Soto playing on South Capitol Street in an opposing uniform. Juan went 2 for 6 with a RBI and Josh Bell was hit-less in five at bats. (07:48) The Washington Post on Friday reported that the Lerner's did not seek the opinions of the prospective buyers when it came to trading Soto. This re-opens the discussion as to why Washington felt the need to trade him before the Trade Deadline. (16:30) The Padres broke the game open in the 5th inning by scoring seven runs. Victor Arano was the culprit on the mound, but Luis Garcia committed yet another error. When is C.J. Abrams getting called-up? (25:10) The struggling offense went 2 for 17 w/ runners in scoring position. Why exactly is Nelson Cruz hitting cleanup still? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
8.12.22 Hour 4 1:00- We start discussing 5 storylines to watch for as the Commanders get set for their preseason opener tomorrow afternoon. We also get to your calls as well and you can chime in. 18:00- Juan Soto and Josh Bell make their return to Nats Park tonight as the Padres are in DC for the weekend.
8.11.22 Hour 31:00- Nats- Chelsea Janes, Commanders- Ethan Cadeaux, NASCAR- Ricky Stenhouse Jr30:30- We are joined by San Diego Padres analyst, and former major leaguer Tony Gwynn Jr to discuss the Padres-Nationals game as Juan Soto & Josh Bell make their return to DC.
Big Picture who is leading the American League with 7 Wins for the last 10 games?Who will be the division winners?National LeagueSteve Cohen's Amazing Mets pitching is amazing Mets Manager, Buck Showalter speaks about Jacob deGrom's return', “He was something”After 13 months deGrom delivers 12 SO's in 5.2 innings againstMax Scherzer delivers 11 SOsMets took 4 of 5 against the Atlanta BravesBraves & NY Mets Fights in the stands are not acceptable – Little League players can teach us all something on sportsmanshipTight NL Central Cardinals leading the division by 1 game over the Milwaukee BrewersReds, Cubs & Pirates unlikely Wild Card candidatesNL WestDave Roberts LA Dodgers leading the packPadres made major moves bringing on Juan Soto & Josh Bell from the NationalsAmerican League Astros are now co-leaders with the Yankees with a .640 winning averageYankees & Mariners 13 inning game began with Gerrit Cole facing off with Luis Castillo Mariners used 5 pitchers & Yankees used 7 pitchers in that gameYankees slow slide down from a .724 winning percentage to .640 todayReflecting on Mark & Brandon's predictions AL Central – Expected the White Sox to have a strong.AL West – Dusty Baker's boys are leading strong Mariners are coming on strongExpectations of the Angels have been dashed Sadness for the Red Sox – as Chris Sale was in a bike accident and has a wrist injury that will take him out for the remainder of 2022AL Wild Card likely candidates – Toronto, Seattle, Tampa Bay Rays or Baltimore OrioleSpecial Thanks to Brandon Noe for his baseball insight & news reports BaseballBiz can be found on iheartradio, Stitcher, Apple, Spotify & Google podcasts &@TheBaseballBiz on Twitter We welcome you to like, subscribe and remark about BaseballBiz.Let us know your thoughts about the show.Special thanks to XTaKeRuX for the music "Rocking Forward"
All of a sudden, Joey Bart and Camilo Doval look like foundational future pieces for the San Francisco Giants. They brighten the outlook for next year's Giants, but they also have kept things interesting for the 2022 team that's still in the mix for a playoff spot. Matching up with the third wild card Padres is good for the Giants, and the first game of the series went their way. Luis González, Brandon Crawford, and Bart teamed up for one of the best relays we've seen from the Giants in a long time. Since first featuring a sinker in a game a few weeks ago, Doval has looked like an elite closer. Those skills were on display in Monday's 1-0 Giants win over the Padres. Doval is getting swings and misses on the sinker and a ridiculous -24 degree launch angle on balls in play against the pitch. It's made his cutter and slider better as well, as evidenced by the fact that he blew 103 mph past Josh Bell, who's tough to strike out, to end the game. Doval pitched a 1-2-3 innings against Juan Soto, Manny Machado, and Bell. The Padres are 1-5 since acquiring Soto. The Giants' position in the standings is discussed. The odds are still stacked against them, but they have a shot. There's still over 50 games to play and 5.5 games to make up. In addition, the lost 2020 minor league season is discussed. Find and follow Locked On Giants on your favorite podcast platforms:
The trade deadline gave us all the feels from “Baseball is Fun” to so much crying in baseball. We give you the rundown on how our favorite teams did and where our boyfriends ended up. Pottymouth laments Christian Vasquez and Patti is all in on Phillips 66. Our friends at Friars on the Farm are a great resource on the former San Diego prospects on the move. Women are playing baseball the world over and more teasers drop about the World Baseball Classic. We crosstrain with the Britney Griner prison sentence. Big Papi can do anything and is a master of timing. We say “Social Justice Josh Wash,” “So many neeners,” and “Cannabis” an unusual number of times.Get boosted, fight the man, send your game balls to Meredith, and find us on Twitter @ncibpodcast, on Facebook @nocryinginbball, Instagram @nocryinginbball and on the Interweb at nocryinginbball.com. Please take a moment to subscribe to the show, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to NCiB. Become a supporter at Patreon to help us keep doing what we do. Say goodnight, Pottymouth.
New York Times baseball contributor Scott Miller joins Bernie on the show. Scott talks about how teams are faring after the trade deadline including the Padres' struggles after acquiring Juan Soto, Josh Bell, and Josh Hader. Scott also talks about Vin Scully's legacy and the
Sara and Danny are back talking about a pretty uneventful weekend series against the Marlins that saw the Cubs bats go quiet while pitching just good enough to take two out of three anyway. They also look at the latest season projections from FanGraphs and preview an upcoming series against the Washington Nationals, who may be the worst offense in baseball after trading Juan Soto and Josh Bell. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bogman and The Welsh recap the massive Nationals/Padres trade that sent Juan Soto and Josh Bell to the Padres, touch on how the Padres lineup looks like now with the addition of Soto, discuss some of the big moves made by teams before the MLB trade deadline, and much more!
In this week's episode, Bill and Chris run through all of the trades that happened last week including the blockbuster trade sending Juan Soto and Josh Bell to San Diego. They then talk about who they were surprised was and wasn't traded and some residual roster moves. They talked about the current standings and what the playoff picture looks like before finishing with their players of the week and series to watch this weekend. Hope you enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2ballsandastrike/support
Juan Soto got traded to the San Diego Padres along with basically everyone else who was on the trade block. The Padres are STACKED with superstars which begs the question does their lineup potentially fuck more than the Braves? Dallas thinks Josh Bell shouldn't have been at the introductory press conference because he was stealing shine from Soto. Joey is also formally accusing the Padres owner of selling drugs to fund the team. Swinging Friar might be the worst mascot name in sports and we debate why the fuck he's called that. We do a quick throwback to Rikk from Chevy with the absolute worst WS MVP presentation of all time. Jared gets on Dallas for always trying to work teams that he has personal beef with into conversations that has nothing to do with them. The Angels hit seven home runs and fucking lost to the A's which is the perfect depiction of Angels baseball. The Mets and Braves are in the middle of a five game set and Edwin Diaz is firmly in Joey's nightmares even if he won't admit it. We also dive into all the team-friendly contracts that the Braves have. Just Verlander may be the new favorite for AL Cy Young and we're taking a look at his year as a whole. The Brewers are in shambles after they traded their All-Start/best closer in the league. We talk about the players reaction to trading Josh Hader. We also compare Dodgers and Padres fans and try to decide who is rowdier, and who cares more about baseball. It came out that the Angels "never came close" to trading Ohtani and we talk about the direction of the franchise. Vin Scully passed away this week so Jared and Dallas pay their respects and talk about how he changed the game of baseball. Enjoy! If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Against National League rivals that got better at the deadline, the Cardinals will need to have the best bullpen in Octobers, argues Hall of Fame baseball writer Rick Hummel. Did they do enough at the deadline to assure that? That's the theme of a brand new Best Podcast in Baseball, featuring Hummel and his St. Louis Post-Dispatch colleague Derrick Goold, a baseball writer and host of BPIB. The Cardinals added two lefty starters at the deadline and a right-handed reliever. They did not make the huge splash of San Diego (Juan Soto, Josh Bell), the name-brand move of Philadelphia (Noan Syndergaard, David Robertson), or even the familiar savvy move of Atlanta Braves (Jake Odorizzi). What they did do is invite questions about a front office eager to expect the best from its roster, betting on it to maximize its ability and "get hot," while being more conservative when it comes to helping. The Best Podcast in Baseball, sponsored by Closets by Design of St. Louis, is a production of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, StlToday.com, and Derrick Goodl.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Here are some highlights from Juan Soto talking with the media for the first time as a San Diego Padre. He talked about already having a great friendship with Fernando Tatis Jr., liking that Josh Bell is joining him in San Diego, this team being excited to watch and play with, and lots more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Padres radio analyst Tony Gwynn Jr. discusses the impact of San Diego's new-look lineup with Juan Soto, Josh Bell and Brandon Drury after beating the Rockies 9-1. He also comments on Fernando Tatis Jr.'s upcoming rehab assignment and why Dinelson Lamet didn't work out with the club (03:17). Later on, MLB insider Jeff Passan sorts through the deals that didn't get done on deadline day, what scouts are saying about the Blue Jays-Marlins trade involving Jordan Groshans, if he thinks Toronto could have done more, and why the Tigers held on to their relievers (35:05).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Britney Griner sentenced to 9 years, Hall of Fame Game tonight between Oakland and Jacksonville, Juan Soto and Josh Bell joined the Padres as San Diego beats Colorado, Purdue's schedule should get them to at least a bowl game, the NBA has gone very quiet, high school football is just two weeks from tomorrow, and IndyStar Colts beat writer Nate Atkins joins to discuss the latest takeaways from training camp. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Josh Neighbors shares his thoughts on the Washington Nationals recent series with the New York Mets. He discusses the Nationals lineup without Josh Bell & Juan Soto in it. He shares his thoughts on the debut of Soto & Bell with the Padres and what Nationals fans must be feeling seeing that. He then previews the Nats upcoming series with the Philadelphia Phillies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A day to be remembered. On today's episode, Javier goes through all of the emotions of Juan Soto making his Padres debut, as well as Brandon Drury and Josh Bell. He breaks down the madness of the trade deadline, how different the Padres lineup looks with so many new additions, the banishment of Eric Hosmer and the reason he was so maligned, Blake Snell's recent success, the possibility of a statue being built in AJ Preller's honor, and more! Plus, Javi actually says Eric Hosmer's name! Go Padres. 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 BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! 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 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ben & Woods kick off the 7am hour by taking a break from discussing last night's new, explosive offense and talking about another pretty dominant performance from Blake Snell! Then we get to "Don't Do This" before reacting to some comments made by AJ Preller, Juan Soto, and Josh Bell during yesterday's introductory press conference! Listen here!
Ben, Woods, and Paul recap an amazing day at Petco Park yesterday, from the introductory press conference of Juan Soto and Josh Bell all the way through the final out of a 9-1 victory and the Padres 5th straight win! Foreplay, Daily Ditty, Padres Wrap-Up, and much more... Listen here!
Eno Sarris, MLB analyst for The Athletic, joined Ben & Woods on Thursday morning for the "Super Polished, Yet To Be Named, Smart Baseball Weekly Segment"! Listen here as Eno reflects on this week's MLB trade deadline, and just how exciting he expects the Padres to be with Juan Soto, Josh Bell, and Brandon Drury joining a lineup with Manny Machado and Fernando Tatis Jr!
8.4.22 Hour 31:00- Nats- Matt Weyrich, NFL- Nate Davis16:35- Last night, Juan Soto and Josh Bell made their debuts in San Diego against the Rockies. Juan Soto and Josh Bell both balled out, and showed their worth. We discussed how painful this was to watch.
The MLB Trade Deadline wrapped up Tuesday afternoon and my head is still spinning. So much activity that I am just now starting to come back down to Earth. Juan Soto and the San Diego Padres We break down the big trades AJ Preller and the Padres made for Juan Soto, Josh Bell, Brandon Drury, and Josh Hader. The Soto/Bell deal may go down as the biggest trade in MLB history. Plus, we take a look at the Eric Hosmer situation and how that ultimately impacted Luke Voit. MLB Trade Deadline Life Lessons I was doing some thinking and realized the MLB Trade Deadline is much more than simply teams making deals. It's about organizations getting better. It's about teams making an honest self-evaluation, and then re-allocating assets and re-prioritizing initiatives. It's about calculated risk taking and knowing when to go all in. It's also about profitability, brand building, franchise valuation, and Legacy. So many great life lessons here about how we can take charge of our own lives and make disciplined self-improvement decisions. Lee Hacksaw Hamilton Podcast Plus, I re-share my story about connecting with legendary sports talk host and NFL play-by-play caller Lee Hacksaw Hamilton. A podcast episode from 3 years ago leads to an email, a breakfast with Hacksaw at IHOP, and now helping Hacksaw launch his own podcast. Tune in Thursdays at 2pm on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter for the livestream. Or download “Lee Hacksaw Hamilton” wherever you get your podcasts. #MLBTradeDeadline #Padres #SotoShuffle #Hacksaw Thank you! Get proven and easy-to-implement strategies to build your business and pursue your happiness. Sign up now. It's FREE! https://johnrileyproject.com/ Be sure to share this video with a friend! Sponsors Happiness76.com – your source of gear that celebrates Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. https://happiness76.com/ ☆☆ STAY CONNECTED ☆☆ SUBSCRIBE for more reactions, upcoming shows and more! ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJJSzeIW2A-AeT7gwonglMA FACEBOOK ➡ https://www.facebook.com/johnrileyproject/ TWITTER ➡ https://twitter.com/JohnRileyPoway INSTAGRAM ➡ https://www.instagram.com/johnrileypoway/ Sponsorship Inquiries https://johnrileyproject.com/sponsorship/ Donations https://johnrileyproject.com/donations/donation-form/ Music https://www.purple-planet.com
The latest Pipeline Podcast comes on the heels of the Trade Deadline, and Jim Callis, Jonathan Mayo and Jason Ratliff analyze all of the action. They begin by breaking down all of the nuances of the blockbuster deal that sent Juan Soto (and Josh Bell) to the Padres for five talented young players. Then they discuss all of the other deals involving Top 100 Prospects, as well as which farm system improved the most and some smaller moves of note before dipping into the listener mailbag for three trade-related questions. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After the Padres pulled off the biggest and best trade deadline deal in baseball history for Juan Soto and Josh Bell (after getting Josh Hader and doing a bunch of other great stuff), Craig and John met with Corey Stewart at Rouleur Brewing to talk about it. There are fights, there are laughs, and there is a lot of excitement about the future of the San Diego Padres. Enjoy this extra long episode!
The Nationals unexpectedly beat the Mets 5-1, but the headline of Tuesday is that Juan Soto is no longer in D.C. Al & Mark react to the blockbuster trade that shipped Soto & Josh Bell to San Diego in exchange for a horde of prospects. What to make of this monumental day as Soto has officially been traded? Why did the team feel that it had to do this? (16:43) The Nats received six players in return and the hosts run through their credentials. C.J. Abrams is a shortstop and is expected to be playing in Washington later this month. Hear the hosts breakdown all the prospects that the Padres dealt away. (25:45) The Nationals shockingly only made a pair of trades this week, the other being on Monday when Ehire Adrianza was sent to Atlanta. Why wasn't Nelson Cruz dealt away? What about some of the members of the "A" bullpen? (37:05) Joey Meneses, who has been in the minor leagues for over a decade, made his Major League debut. The result? A solo HR for his 1st career hit. (43:40) Mark & Al spontaneously honor legendary broadcaster Vin Scully, who passed away on Tuesday night at age 94. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Gio & Sal begin a Wednesday morning show with their reaction to a disappointing trade deadline for the Mets. David Robertson went to Philly, Juan Soto and Josh Bell went to San Diego and Sal thinks Steve Cohen might not be as reckless as some fans were hoping. Gio and Sal agree that the one area where the Mets came up short is a reliever who can get lefties out. Tuesday was a rough night for the Mets but Gio and Sal are both optimistic about the rest of this season. The Yankees made a strange trade just before the deadline and will have to prove themselves in October
Hour 1: Gio & Sal begin a Wednesday morning show with their reaction to a disappointing trade deadline for the Mets. David Robertson went to Philly, Juan Soto and Josh Bell went to San Diego and Sal thinks Steve Cohen might not be as reckless as some fans were hoping. Gio and Sal agree that the one area where the Mets came up short is a reliever who can get lefties out. Tuesday was a rough night for the Mets but Gio and Sal are both optimistic about the rest of this season. The Yankees made a strange trade just before the deadline and will have to prove themselves in October. C-Lo is in for Jerry and starts the update with Jacob deGrom's return to the mound. deGrom pitched well but the Mets bats were quiet in a 5-1 loss. Gio and Sal say it feels familiar. Gio is sick of mustaches and the guys are not happy with Billy Eppler for holding onto prospects. In the final segment of the hour, Gio and Sal remember the legend Vin Scully. Hour 2: The 7am hour starts with the guys expressing their confusion over the Jordan Montgomery trade. One caller thinks Jacob deGrom is bad luck and another thinks the Mets will sign Aaron Judge. Gio and Sal disagree while wondering how and who the Mets will spend on in the future. CLo returns and believes he knows why Jameson Taillon struggled on Tuesday night. The Yankees lost and the Mets got Jacob deGrom back but also lost. The Nationals traded Juan Soto and their GM and manager made some weird statements. In the final segment of the hour, the guys break down Peter Schwartz's first pitch before a minor league baseball game. Hour 3: The 8am hour opens with Gio and Sal discussing the Dolphins tampering story and the punishment the league gave to the team and owner Stephen Ross. Gio thinks the punishment does not fit the crime. CLo returns to recap a wild day of baseball trades. Juan Soto is now a Padre but Sal reminds us that splashy moves don't always equal championships. Jacob deGrom made his first start in over a year but the Mets still lost after only scoring one run. The Yankees lost to the Mariners and Jameson Taillon had a rough night. Zach Wilson is 23 today and made some interesting comments. In the final segment of the hour, Gio provides an update on a behind-the-scenes feud and details how the two parties will now have to work together. Sal then shares an old Mike and the Mad Dog story and Gio follows up with one of his own. Hour 4: The 9am hour begins with Gio and Sal asking if their expectations for the Mets at the deadline were realistic. Regardless, Gio and Sal think the Mets didn't do quite enough. CLo is back for his final update of the morning and begins with a Mets loss in Washington, despite Jacob deGrom starting for the first time in a year. The Yankees lost as well and traded Jordan Montgomery to St. Louis. CLo also has sound from Kevin Durant and then the guys have some fun with Peter Schwartz's first pitch. Moment of the Day revolves around Gio remembering his encounter with Vin Scully. In the final segment of the show, Gio commends Zach Wilson for not having social media apps on his phone.
Hour 1: Gio & Sal begin a Wednesday morning show with their reaction to a disappointing trade deadline for the Mets. David Robertson went to Philly, Juan Soto and Josh Bell went to San Diego and Sal thinks Steve Cohen might not be as reckless as some fans were hoping. Gio and Sal agree that the one area where the Mets came up short is a reliever who can get lefties out. Tuesday was a rough night for the Mets but Gio and Sal are both optimistic about the rest of this season. The Yankees made a strange trade just before the deadline and will have to prove themselves in October. C-Lo is in for Jerry and starts the update with Jacob deGrom's return to the mound. deGrom pitched well but the Mets bats were quiet in a 5-1 loss. Gio and Sal say it feels familiar. Gio is sick of mustaches and the guys are not happy with Billy Eppler for holding onto prospects. In the final segment of the hour, Gio and Sal remember the legend Vin Scully.
In the end, the San Francisco Giants were sellers, but they didn't sell their top assets. The Giants traded Darin Ruf to the Mets in a deal that brought back J.D. Davis and three minor leaguers. They traded Curt Casali and Matt Boyd to the Seattle Mariners. And the Giants traded Trevor Rosenthal, just signed less than two weeks ago, to the Milwaukee Brewers. The SF Giants held onto Carlos Rodón and Joc Pederson. The Ruf trade was the most significant move the Giants made. The team was so enamored with Ruf that they gave him a two-year extension prior to the season, with a club option for a third year. But his performance fell off in 2022, especially when thrust into more of an everyday role, and he became expendable. J.D. Davis is a similar player in a lot of ways, another DH type, but he doesn't have big platoon splits and is above-average at the plate against lefties or righties. He can play third, left, and first, none particularly well. Rodón not being dealt probably just means that the offers weren't good enough. He was pretty clearly available, but the Giants needed to be compelled to give up on their season and give up the potential draft pick compensation they'd receive if he rejects the qualifying offer and signs elsewhere. Other top rental options such as Willson Contreras and J.D. Martinez were also surprisingly held onto. Meanwhile, the San Diego Padres acquired Juan Soto. It's a brutal outcome from the perspective of Giants fans, who've seen a serious influx of star power into the NL West in recent years—none of it with the Giants and all of it with the Dodgers and now Padres. San Diego gave up a haul to get Soto (they also acquired Josh Bell in the same deal and Brandon Drury in a separate one), but the NL West just got that much better. Find and follow Locked On Giants on your favorite podcast platforms:
11:34 - Nationals: in-depth react to the Nats trading Juan Soto and Josh Bell to the San Diego Padres for six players 33:36 - Commanders: analysis of Jamin Davis, Cole Holcomb and the Commanders' approach at mike linebacker off comments from Holcomb and Ron Rivera at post-practice press conferences at Commanders Training Camp 42:08 - Commanders: thoughts on padded practices, Carson Wentz, Taylor Heinicke, Sam Howell, Terry McLaurin, Jahan Dotson and more off comments from Dotson and Ron Rivera at post-practice press conferences at Commanders Training Camp 51:19 - Nationals: examining an improbable 5-1 win over the National League East-leading New York Mets 59:25 - Orioles: breakdowns of the O's trading Jorge Lopez, trading for Brett Phillips and winning at the Texas Rangers, 8-2 Visit DrinkTrade.com/AlGaldi for $30 off great coffee Visit HelloFresh.com/Galdi16 and use the promo code Galdi16 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ben & Woods start the 6am hour by reflecting on one hell of a trade deadline for the San Diego Padres yesterday! Then we get a Daily Ditty from Ben before catching up with our All-Star Adam Jones to get his reaction to the Padres trading for Juan Soto, Josh Bell, Josh Hader, and MORE!
Colin Henderson (@coldontlie), Christopher Crawford (@crawford_milb) and Ryan Boyer (@ryanpboyer) break down the 2022 trade deadline. They look at the impact of Juan Soto and Josh Bell joining the Padres, Joey Gallo heading to the Dodgers, Whit Merrifield going to the Blue Jays and much more. (02:14) Juan Soto now a Padre(08:30) Cubs don't deal Contreras & Happ(16:00) Orioles trade Trey Mancini while in contention(25:15) Brewers trade Hader(34:04) Gallo to the Dodgers(44:20) Nationals future(57:03) Teams that didn't make trades
In this hour of The Night Cap, hosts Tim Murray and Adam Burke talk about the MLB trade deadlines and Juan Soto and Josh Bell headed to the Padres. Later in the show, the guys talk about Jacob Degrom's return.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hacks and Jacks - Joe Gallina (@joegallina) and Scott Chu (@ifthechufits) break down and analyze some of the biggest trades that took place before the MLB Trade Deadline expired. The guys determine how specific player fantasy values were affected by some of the trades that took place leading up to baseball's trade deadline. Players discussed in this episode include Juan Soto, Josh Bell, Jorge Lopez, Raisel Iglesias, Tyler Mahle, Josh Hader and many more!!! Get 10% off your first month of therapy on us! - BetterHelp.com/pitcherlist Join Pitcher List Plus, an ad free website and join our Discord CommunityGet PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus
Padres President of Baseball Operations and General Manager AJ Preller joined Ben & Woods on Wednesday morning! Listen here as AJ reflects on a MASSIVE trade deadline, the tough conversations had when sending players to other teams, what Juan Soto, Josh Bell, and Brandon Drury bring to the lineup, an update on Fernando Tatis Jr, and MUCH more!
Hour 1 Gio & Sal start a Tuesday morning off with baseball as today is the trade deadline. Both teams won last night and the Yankees made their big moves. Are the Mets next? Gio and Sal are frustrated and hoping the Mets don't let an opportunity pass them by because they want to hold onto prospects. The guys give kudos to Brian Cashman for making two moves and adding three good players. C-Lo is in for Jerry and starts the update with a recap of a busy day of deal-making for Brian Cashman. The Yankees then beat the Mariners thanks to four home runs, including Aaron Judge's 43rd. The Mets won their 7th game in a row, taking the series opener from the Nationals. Jacob deGrom will make his first start in over a year Tuesday night. In the final segment of the hour, Gio can't believe the tear Aaron Judge is on, or that teams are still pitching to him. How significant is Judge's chase for 61 home runs this season? Gio still believes Judge could leave the Yankees after the season. Hour 2 The 7am hour starts with the guys recapping how the Yankees and Astros both were aggressive on Monday and how today it's time for the Mets to join the party. Can Dom Smith be part of a trade with the Red Sox for JD Martinez? Yankee fans get upset when Sal wonders if you can trust any player having the kind of season Aaron Judge is. C-Lo returns for an update and gives us the details on all of the arms the Yankees picked up on Monday as well as a win over the Mariners. The Mets extended their winning streak to 7 with a win over the Nats. Gio is bothered by the Orioles trading Trey Mancini. Pads came on at training camp for the Jets and Giants and CLo has sound from each team. In the last segment of the hour, Gio discusses having to put a family dog down yesterday. Hour 3 The 8am hour opens with Gio and Sal talking about how they don't see Juan Soto being dealt on Tuesday. If Soto is traded, would he sign an extension right away? Plus, Jacob deGrom returns to the mound tonight and Met fans are excited to see him pitch. Sal recalls a time when he and Gio dined and dashed but Gio doesn't remember. CLo returns with highlights from a Yankee win. Jose Trevino hit two homers while Aaron Judge and Anthony Rizzo each added one. A caller thanks Gio for the Aaron Judge camp recommendation and Peter Schwartz will throw out the first pitch at the Somerset Patriots game tonight and Peter calls in to discuss his excitement. In the final segment of the hour, the guys react to a report that Juan Soto and Josh Bell could both be headed to San Diego. Hour 4 The 9am hour begins with a discussion of how the clock is ticking on the Mets to make a move before 6pm. Gio and Sal would both like to see more teams around baseball try to win. CLo is back and has a whole lot of deadline rumors for his final update this morning. The Yankees beat the Mariners and the Mets took care of the Nationals. In the final segment of the show, Gio tells a story about Mike Francesa dooming and glooming the Miracle on the Hudson and then turning the sound on the TV up to be proven wrong right away.
The Nats lost 7-3 to the Mets in what **might** be the final game in which Juan Soto sported the "Curly W". Al & Mark marvel at Soto's performance on Monday night as he crushed a HR off of Max Scherzer, walked three times, stole a base, and threw a runner out at home. They give their updated thoughts on Soto's situation as we are under 24 hours until the 6pm Eastern Trade Deadline on Tuesday August 2nd. (17:45) Josh Bell doubled in what will likely be his final game as a National and his average sits at .301. Nelson Cruz, who also might be on his way out, was dropped to the 6th spot in the order. Why did Davey Martinez wait until August to drop Cruz in the lineup? (23:45) Washington made its first trade as it shipped Ehire Adrianza to Atlanta in exchange for a AA outfielder. Adrianza was a reserve on last year's World Series Champion. (32:04) Patrick Corbin lost his 14th game of the season. Hear what he and Jose Lima now have in common. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hour 3 The 8am hour opens with Gio and Sal talking about how they don't see Juan Soto being dealt on Tuesday. If Soto is traded, would he sign an extension right away? Plus, Jacob deGrom returns to the mound tonight and Met fans are excited to see him pitch. Sal recalls a time when he and Gio dined and dashed but Gio doesn't remember. CLo returns with highlights from a Yankee win. Jose Trevino hit two homers while Aaron Judge and Anthony Rizzo each added one. A caller thanks Gio for the Aaron Judge camp recommendation and Peter Schwartz will throw out the first pitch at the Somerset Patriots game tonight and Peter calls in to discuss his excitement. In the final segment of the hour, the guys react to a report that Juan Soto and Josh Bell could both be headed to San Diego.
8.2.22 Hour 11:00- We take this time to react to Juan Soto and Josh Bell being traded to the San Diego Padres for one of the biggest trade packages in the history of sports. 21:30- Barry Svrluga, covers the Nats and the MLB for The Washington Post, joins G&D to discuss the wild trade between the Nats & the Padres.
MLB Trade Deadline is here! The Braves have already made some moves, including locking up Austin Riley. Falcons are only 10 days away from the start of the preseason. Front Office Los drops by. Plus, the Braves could get some much needed pieces back. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
8.2.22 Hour 41:00- David Aldridge, who covers DC sports for The Athletic, joins G&D to discuss the WILD day at Nats Park as Juan Soto & Josh Bell have been traded to the Padres. 22:00- Mackenzie Gore, your new Washington National from the Padres, joins G&D after being acquired in the historical trade for Juan Soto. 32:30- We get to play our farewell highlight package for the legend Juan Soto.
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Will Hill previews tonight's Mariners/Yankees and Mets/Nationals games. The Nationals traded away Juan Soto and Josh Bell prior to the trade deadline. How does that affect your betting strategy? Also, Jason Weingarten joins the pod!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.