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Andy and Randy open the show talking about the Braves game which got more stressful than it needed to be in the 9th inning. We've seen the last of Josh Tomlin, right? Plus, the guys talk about all the trending topics including Atlanta United's big win, Freddie Freeman hitting for cycle for the second-time in his career and reaction to Falcons practice yesterday. Plus, Wendy asks the guys about Hawks rookie Jalen Johnson being named to All-Summer League first team. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kev and Chris recap Wednesday night's sweep of the Fish in South Florida...the future of Josh Tomlin...Freddie's historic night and more as the team enjoys a night off tonight before a three game weekend series in Baltimore starting tomorrow. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Daily notes -The Braves have been given a gift this season and now they have to open it. - I hope the Falcons approach preseason with this mindset. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kev and Chris recap a frustrating series opener in Pittsburgh, a potential big name that could be on the Braves radar and much more ahead of game two in the Steel City tonight. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Atlanta Braves vs. Cincinnati Reds MLB Pick Prediction 6/24/2021 by Tony T. Braves at Reds—MLB pick is Atlanta Braves and Cincinnati Reds to play over the total of 10.5 runs. Starting for the Reds will be Tony Santillan. Two starts this year the righthander has allowed four earned runs with five walks and two homers in 7 2/3rd innings. Josh Tomlin the expected starter for the Braves. Tomlin has worked out of the bullpen this year and sports an ERA of 4.99 but is pitching to high contact. Both bullpens are struggling with the Braves an ERA of 6.21 as teams hitting .274 on this unit and Reds pen ERA of 5.03. At home Reds bullpen an ERA of 6.82 and WHIP of 1.49. This is a hitters park. Play Atlanta and Cincinnati over 10.5.
Let er rip Friday, No sleep Pete, Kimmer talking to himself, Weed stench in Pete's Apt complex, Ford-F150 rant, Josh Tomlin nice, Josh Tomlin nice gesture, Russia and China gangsters pandemic money, Mom scorches teachers union, Jeffrey Toobin returns from his jerk-fest, Carlo Danger coming back hot, Loser Dad pat's child support in pennies, MLB altering the baseball, Bad texting Theatre and more on today's Kimmer-cast ToobinSupport the show (http://Patreon.com/KimmerShow)
Kev and Chris recap Sunday' series finale in Milwaukee, Huascar Ynoa's outing, a tough day for the bullpen and look ahead to the opener tonight with the first place Mets at Truist Park! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join The Athletic for just $1 a month! Visit: theathletic.com/755isreal Could the Braves and Yankees meet in the World Series? According to Sports Illustrated, it's what we should expect in October. DOB and EOF think over an Atlanta-New York Fall Classic, and will Ronald Acuna Jr. win NL MVP? Max Fried will be the Bravos' Opening Day starter, the first left-handed pitcher to do so since Tom Glavine. The HOFer, himself, weighs in on Fried taking the mound to start the year. Who's in the mix to be the team's fifth starter, and in what order will the determined starters pitch? Although he's pieced together an admirable Spring, Jacob Webb has been optioned to the alternate site. The question is, why? David and Eric discuss why the 27-year-old promising arm isn't in the starting rotation. The duo also reacts to Drew Smyly and Josh Tomlin's encouraging outings, and Austin Riley's moonshot. Follow David on Twitter: @DOBrienATL Follow Eric on Twitter: @EOF34 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brent and Ryan discuss the signing of Drew Smyly, the re-signing of Josh Tomlin, and pontificate on future moves they'd make if given the money. Also, Ryan made an Atlanta radio host laugh, so now we have to hear all about it. Thanks a lot, Chuck.
On this Wednesday edition of The Jon Chuckery Show, Jon kicks off the show by Setting the table, and talking about what is on deck for tonight’s show. Next, Chuck wishes everybody a Happy Veterans Day, talks about the Braves re-signing Josh Tomlin, Brian Snitker finishing 4th in the Manager of Year race, and how he hopes tomorrow is the day for Freddie Freeman. Jon continues hour one by posing the question, which hire is more important for the Atlanta Falcons in the immediate future coach or general manager. Finally, to close out hour one of this Wednesday edition of The Jon Chuckery Show, Chuckery talks about whether or not Atlanta United can fix itself in one off-season? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
tlanta Braves analyst Paul Byrd joined Dukes & Bell to talk about the NLCS, why Brain Snitker pitched Josh Tomlin last night, and did the Braves lose momentum by the Dodgers failed rally?A See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As a new week starts, the Braves now turn their attention to the NLDS and the Miami Marlins for a best of five series that starts tomorrow in the Bubble in Houston. Our Truist reporter Kevin McAlpin, back from a brief paternity break, gets you set for Game One with check ins with Brian Snitker, Josh Tomlin and Will Smith from Saturday's workout day! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Braves dropped their second straight to their rivals from DC on Saturday night and give the ball to Josh Tomlin for today's series finale. Our Truist reporter Kevin McAlpin has a recap and preview of today's action and lets you hear from both Brian Snitker and ace Max Fried. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
Thank you for listening to the podcast. Here are some things we covered in this episode: A quick recap of last night's game - Going through the box scores - Talking about some great pitching performances & Harper's offensive struggles - Tonight's game: Josh Tomlin (1-1, 3.93 ERA) vs. Zach Eflin (1-1, 5.12 ERA) - *Baseball news and information provided/mentioned is brought to you by MLB.com & NBC Sports Philadelphia* If you like what you hear, make sure to follow & listen to our earlier episodes as we continue to make content for the Phocused Phillies Phan. District Four by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3662-district-four License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Where do we stand on baseball's unwritten rules? Fernando Tatis Jr.'s meteoric rise is only that much more impressive considering he's 21-years young; however, his inexperience is also what attracted the ire of his manager and others after a late-game grand slam against Texas on Monday night, which violated one of baseball's hallowed unwritten rules. DOB and EOF discuss if unwritten rules are necessary or antiquated in today's day and age and whether Tatis Jr. is deserving of his coach and others' disapproval (1:45). How did Eric come to learn about the game's mutually understood, though not explicitly stated, laws (24:00)? Which guidelines are beneficial? Are there any that are outdated? Josh Tomlin is scheduled to start for the first time since late 2019 (35:30). Are he and Robbie Erlin enough get the Braves by? The Braves have won three-straight despite Ronald Acuna Jr. and Ozzie Albies being sidelined (45:30). Plus, Juan Soto is unreal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The guys hit the Falcons report It was time for the “Strong Arm Story” The Atlanta Braves starting rotation is mess right now and the guys on Dukes & Bell talked about how the Braves bullpen is might be the only option for the team to carry them until they get things figured out with the starting rotation. Carl thinks the Braves made a statement with winning the weekend series against the Marlins. “We went into the Marlins over the weekend with no Albies and no Acuna and you still found a way to win the series. That to me is a statement that we are a better team even though our starting pitching woes are troubling.” Dukes said “They’re gonna start Josh Tomlin tomorrow who is normally in the bullpen, they’re going to start him as a starter against Washington, but you’re getting some of the guys you’ve been missing in your bullpen back now and so because of that, gives you a little bit more flexibility that maybe you didn’t have a few weeks ago.” Mike talked about how much the team has leaned on the bullpen. “We knew they were going to be the strong suit to start we just didn’t know we were going to be leaning on them like this.” Bell said. Guy Talk. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
With now just four days away from the start of the 2020 regular season, the Braves will wrap up their intrasquad scrimmages tonight at the ballpark. Our Truist reporter Kevin McAlpin gets you caught up on anything you might have missed over the weekend and lets you hear from both Josh Tomlin and Touki Toussaint as they gear up for the 60 game sprint, starting on Friday!
Joining the BTBY podcast is MLB pitcher, Josh Tomlin. Josh is a two time MLB World Series starting pitcher, Top 5 all time in the MLB walks per inning AND walk to strikeout ratio, led the league several times in both statistics, and holds the major league record for most consecutive innings to start an MLB career. Has been mentioned by many as the best teammate in the MLB. Some show notes include:How playing multiple sports, especially football, helped him excel at baseballWhat it was like to play football against Adrian PetersonRevealing that he pitched with a damaged UCL(tommy john ligament) for 7 yearsHow he got the nickname "bird dog" What injury did he fake on the mound?What was it like to send out Big Papi for his last game in MLBHow losing a World Series was still a beautiful thing
Kris, Ryan, and Brent discuss a smattering of spring news: Front office extensions, the re-signing of Josh Tomlin, Cole Hamels's injury, 3B news, and more, before discussing Baseball Prospectus's ghastly 83-win projection for the Braves. Then, questions from a very full mailbag!
The 2010's was a memorable decade for the Indians. The team reached the playoffs four times, winning a wild card spot once and three AL East titles. The big years were 2013, 2016, 2017 and 2018. 2016 was a magical year as the Indians went all the way to the World Series and reached Game 7 with the game tied in the 9th inning. Some years were tough developmental ones but it was enjoyable to watch young players improve. Star players for the Tribe in the decade included: Matt LaPorta, Asdrubal Cabrera, Jhonny Peralta, Trevor Crowe, Jason Donald, Shelley Duncan (Dave Duncan's son), Andy Marte, Tony Sipp, Chris Perez, Carlos Santana, Jack Hannahan, Michael Brantley, Lonnie Chisenhall, Jim Thome, Corey Kluber, Ubaldo Jimenez, Jason Kipnis, Johnny Damon, Ezequiel Carrera, Josh Tomlin, Zach McAllister, Nick Swisher, Michael Bourn, Jason Giambi, Mike Aviles, Yan Gomes, Kelly Shoppach, Danny Salazar, Trevor Bauer, Carlos Carrasco, Bryan Shaw, David Murphy, Jose Ramirez, Roberto Perez, John Axford, Cody Allen, Francisco Lindor, Gio Urshela, Abraham Almonte, Mike Napoli (Party at Napoli's), Rajai Davis, Tyler Naquin, Coco Crisp, Mike Clevinger, Andrew Miller, Dan Otero, Bradley Zimmer, Jay Bruce, Edwin Encarnacion, Brandon Guyer, Greg Allen, Yonder Alonso, Melky Cabrera, Josh Donaldson, Shane Bieber, Brad Hand, Adam Cimber, Oscar Mercado, Fanmil Reyes, Yasiel Puig, Bobby Bradley, Aaron Civale, Oliver Perez and many more!
Josh Tomlin is a pitcher for the Atlanta Braves. Josh is from Whitehouse, TX where he began his baseball career. Upon graduation he went to Angelina College then Texas Tech and was eventually drafted in 2005 by the San Diego Padres but did not sign. He eventually found his way to the Cleveland Indians organization … Continue reading Interview with Atlanta Braves Pitcher Josh Tomlin – Episode 10 →
The gang talks about everything that's gone on with the Braves this season—everything from Josh Tomlin to Tiger Woods, even some gravy talk. Follow the show on twitter @755BatteryAve and send in your takes, topics, and questions for the next episode. Follow the guys on twitter: @NLEastChampions, @_bg37, @TheBDanAbstract Like, Share and Subscribe to the show to get immediate access to new content each week!
Brewers beat reporter Tom Haudricourt joins host JR Radcliffe to chat Spring Training, including Jimmy Nelson getting back into the swing of things after a year sidelined by injury. How does news that Bobby Wahl has a torn ACL impact the bullpen? What does Tom make of Josh Tomlin and some of the up-and-coming players in camp? And after three homers in 10 spring games, we have to ask: Is 2019 going to be the year of Hernan Perez? Music intro: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music. Sound effect: WALLA Ballpark Cheer William Tell Overture Organ by AshFox on freesound.org.
With Spring Training coming up soon, there's a lot to talk about. The Brewers have signed Josh Tomlin to a minor league deal, there's a possibility of a Gio Gonzalez reunion, and some possible rule changes to MLB coming soon. That and more in the RtB podcast.
On the Executive Access podcast, MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand chats with Rangers Assistant GM, Major League Operation and International Scouting Mike Daly to discuss how he identified future big leaguers like Josh Tomlin during his early scouting days, overseeing Texas’ Minor League operations while the club signed players like Nomar Mazara and Rougned Odor and much more.
On the Executive Access podcast, MLB.com's Mark Feinsand chats with Rangers Aassistant GM, Major League operations and international scouting Mike Daly to discuss how he identified future big leaguers like Josh Tomlin during his early scouting days, overseeing Texas' Minor League operations while the club signed players like Nomar Mazara and Rougned Odor and much more.
DC’s Mike James and Mollie Ames discuss: Standing ovations for a "former" teenage racist, homophobic, misogynist pitcher, and feeling sorry for his lone African-American teammate Lorenzo Cain because he sure didn't ask to deal with this outer-rim, white trash racist shit. When pro sports is chock full of jock culture predictability you long for crazy shit to happen just so it isn't so mind numbingly dumb. Bro-Harper may have won the HR Derby but he clearly doesn't know that you should repeatedly shout "Let's Do It!" before you do it, not after. Josh Gordon announced via social media that he won't be in Browns mini-camp, citing health and treatment reasons. So... How long do we have to wait until the NFL announces another failed drug test for him? Scene does a feature article on Josh Tomlin at the exact point in his career when he ming not ever pitch in the Major's again and the Tribe sent 6 other players to the All-Star Game. #Fail Why all coal rolling trucks are the same, no exceptions. Even if they're not diesel. The benefits to taking an "Angry Nap". The Cleveland Indians completed a trade for some relievers everyone know they needed, meanwhile, they also very much demonstrated the process being followed by a small market teams needed to compete with the big payroll teams who just throw money at problems. Let Me Tell You A Story: Lachlan Mackinnon's "Wild World Of Collinwood Sports" (beginning at the 1:47:00 mark of the show) Mike Trout is the best player in baseball and it's not up to him to better market himself, it's up to the California Los Angeles Anaheim Angels to not thoroughly suck and to actually make the postseason. Rob Manfred got everything he asked for in the All-Star Week, but probably not in the manner he had envisioned it. All this and so much more on this episode of the Defend Cleveland Podcast. Enjoy~ Check out Lachlan Mackinnon's best selling book, 'Let Me Tell You A Story: Small Stories Of A Large Family'! Thank you to KidForce Pinball for sponsoring the podcast, 91.1-FM WRUW Cleveland for being home to the show, engineer extraordinaire Mollie Ames, and to the city that inspires us, Cleveland, Ohio. Kidforce Pinball league is one of the largest leagues in the United States with over $1500 in cash and prizes waiting to be won! To check out KidForce Pinball, visit KidForce Collectibles in downtown Berea at 103 Front St., 44017. Your recommended listening for the week is the 1967 debut album by the classic rock group, Moby Grape. The intro and outro to Lachlan's segment is the song "My Summer In Traction" by the band Ohio Civil War , and it's used with permission.
Check out these stories and more for Thursday, July 19th: Tyrod and Baker in Southern California, Andrew Miller rehab, Josh Tomlin, and how the DeRozan trade impacts Kevin Love and Jordan Clarkson.
Paul Hoynes and Joe Noga talk about Josh Tomlin's move to the bullpen, Trevor Bauer's ongoing battle with the Houston Astros and memories of Dave Garcia. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sam Miller joined us to talk about his recent article about evaluating Statcast's new Pop Time metric. Surprising exactly no one, we also talk about Shohei Ohtani, again. And take a look at Robinson Cańo's Hall of Fame candidacy. 'Pop' science: Your guide to learning a new MLB stat by Sam Miller Usain Bolt playing baseball by Sam Miller A big step forward in measuring command by Eno Sarris CMD from Baseball Prospectus What Makes a Good Change Up? Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 by Harry Pavlidis Below is a table showing the comparative ratings of some of the pitchers with the best command scores. Command+ CMD Name 1 9 Kyle Hendricks 2 19 Jordan Zimmermann 3 21 Alex Wood 4 10 Jeremy Hellickson 5 64 Masahiro Tanaka 6 86 Josh Tomlin * 7 25 Aaron Nola 8 12 Tyler Mahle 9 6 Jacob deGrom 10 3 Zack Greinke 12 4 Corey Kluber 20 2 Marco Gonzales 23 1 Kyle Davies 53 8 Doug Fister 101 5 Marco Estrada 122 7 CC Sabathia Data pulled a few days apart, 151 total pitchers in COMMAND+ rankings and 130 in CMD * Tomlin ranked sixth in CMD in 2017 Shohei Ohtani is flexible https://twitter.com/shinjibvby/status/996478920110190592
DFSR’s Doug Norrie and Chris Durell take to Friday’s podcast discussing a full slate of MLB action for FanDuel and DraftKings. There’s a lot to like about this slate with some above average arms taking the mound and offenses in good spots as well. At pitcher, the guys discuss Gerrit Cole’s breakout season with the Astros. He’s striking out more than 13 batters per nine and has even reduced his walk rate. He’s been about the best pitcher in baseball. They also look at Jose Berrios, Walker Bueller, and Zack Wheeler as solid pivots. On offense, the guys talk about the Yankees in the best possible spot against gas can Josh Tomlin. They have the highest implied run line of the day at over six. Other teams in good spots include the Twins, A’s and even the Reds. All of this and more on a full Friday MLB podcast for FanDuel and DraftKings. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Paul Hoynes and Joe Noga talk Edwin Encarnacion's breakout three-homer game, Trevor Bauer's fight to legalize sticky substances and whether or not Josh Tomlin can survive a trip to The Bronx. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week we are talking about everyone's favorite pitcher, Josh Tomlin! Why is he struggling, what should be done with him, who could replace him in the rotation? We answer all those questions, well at least try to. Also, the Indians have all the power, hitting homers all over, is that good or bad? Melky Cabrera is an Indians, when will we see him in Cleveland, and we compare Yonder Alonso to Carlos Santana and Michael Brantley to Jay Bruce.
Sometimes, we take the present for granted and get too caught up in where a player stands in history. Shohei Ohtani has been no stranger to that criticism in these past few weeks, and he silenced his critics in another big way on Tuesday night. Ohtani unloaded on a hanging breaking ball from Josh Tomlin in the 1st inning, cranking a 3-run shot to right for his first, of what we hope to be many, Major League home run of his career. The 23-year old had his best day at the plate in the U.S., lacing 3 hits in total and 3 RBI's. It's time for us to appreciate and enjoy what Ohtani is doing and will continue to do all season long. Later in the show, we discuss the current climate of the AL West just one week into the season before providing our thoughts on the latest DL casualty, Matt Shoemaker. Can Parker Bridwell step up in his absence? Will Billy Eppler be forced to eventually make a move outside the organization to improve the starting pitching depth? All that and more on today's episode! Don't forget to follow the show on Twitter @LockedOnAngels and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, and Google Play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jim Rosenhaus hosts the latest edition of Tribe Talk from Goodyear Arizona. Pitcher Josh Tomlin joins the show to discuss his 10th major league season, Andrew Miller on this year's ball club and looking back on the career of Tito Francona.
DFSR’s Doug Norrie and James Davis take to a Friday podcast breaking down a full slate of baseball for FanDuel and DraftKings. Before they get started Doug calls out James for his claim yesterday that Josh Tomlin wouldn’t be part of the top DraftKings GPP lineups last night. Then they break down pitchers starting with Max Scherzer who’s been one (if not the) best pitchers in the majors this season. But there are a lot of other solid arms today as well. They talk about Zack Greinke, Carlos Martinez, James Paxton, Drew Pomeranz and even Nick Pivetta. For the bats there’s obviously a game in Coors with a high run line on the Rockies’ side of the ball against Derek Holland. The Yankees are also in a great spot against a broken Junior Guerra. All of this and more on a full Friday MLB podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
DFSR’s Doug Norrie and James Davis take to the Thursday pod to break down the two MLB slates for FanDuel and DraftKings. On the early they talk about the overall lack of pitching and how there are just very few trustworthy options going. They do discuss Michael Wacha as a potential guy to roll out there in cash games. For the evening, it’s the opposite issue with Chris Sale as the clear cut option for cash game purposes. There are other big arms with some upside including Rich Hill, Robbie Ray, Lance McCullers and even guys like Josh Tomlin and Francisco Liriano coming on the cheap. They also look at some bats like Washington, Cleveland and the Mariners. All of that and more on a full Thursday MLB podcast for FanDuel and DraftKings. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Roberto Perez talks about the Indians' offense in an 11-4 defeat over the Twins. Francisco Lindor discusses the effect of having a healthy Michael Brantley in the lineup and Terry Francona breaks down Josh Tomlin's outing.
Naquin demoted, Josh Tomlin’s leash, v good dogs, Yan Gomes’ struggles, the mysterious Danny Salazar, your questions, and more! Subscribe to Let’s Talk Tribe on iTunes ? http://apple.co/2fYLhSF Subscribe to Let's Go Tribe on YouTube ? http://bit.ly/2h3anEF Follow Let’s Go Tribe on Facebook ? http://bit.ly/2g6bI8p Follow Let’s Go Tribe on Twitter ? http://bit.ly/2gYObYH See more at letsgotribe.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Should we feel confident about the Cleveland Cavaliers' Game 1 victory over the Indiana Pacers? How likely is it that the Cleveland Browns screw up the upcoming draft? Should the struggles of Josh Tomlin or Yan Gomes be concerning to the Cleveland Indians? I'll take on these questions in more in my latest CLE Sports Talk podcast. After that, I put the Vent of the Week to the side to discuss my feelings on the controversial Chief Wahoo logo. Cavs - 0:00 Browns - 19:18 Indians - 29:22
The Cubs offense came to life in last night's Game 4 victory. Rose and Millar breakdown the Cubs' red-hot bats and look ahead to tonight's Game 5. Cleveland Rocks! The Indians are moving on to the World Series after yesterday's defeat of the Blue Jays. The guys discuss the Tribe's stellar bullpen, "Boots-Gate," and try to figure out where Rose should take Millar when they visit Cleveland. Who is more likely to return to Toronto in 2017: Bautista or Encarnacion? Will the Tigers deal J.D. Martinez? Rose and Millar answer this and more. Also, check out Josh Reddick's dive, Josh Tomlin's secrets and Dexter Fowler's smile on today's Kevin's Highlights.
This week Caitlin (@cle_itisgone) and Brad (@BradWojdyla) are joined by Mike Melaragno (@MikeMelaragno22) to discuss the fantastic playoff run by our Tribe. They go over the sweep of Boston, the first 2 wins of the ALCS against the Toronto Blue Jays. The dominance of Corey Kluber and Josh Tomlin, the superstar coming out party of Francisco Lindor. Also, the usage of Andrew Miller and his ways of making the other team look foolish at the plate. Plus, a little NL playoff talk as well.
10/16/16 The latest episode of “The Sleeper and the Bust” is live! Follow us on Twitter @sporer @enosarris @jasoncollette @paulkastava Notable Transactions/Rumors/Articles/Game Play David Price crushed again in playoffs Josh Tomlin steps up Aaron Sanchez allows 6 ER in 5.7 IP, but only 3 H – ‘17 outlook? Does TOR keep one, none, or both […]
www.JaysFromtheCouch.com @JaysFormCouch presents the ALCS Game 2 Whisper Song. We provide an audio hit on our takeaways from the Toronto Blue Jays dropping the second game of the series. It was a game where the bats could not get anything going against Josh Tomlin and Andrew Miller.Whether there was a game plan or not was not evident from the Blue Jays hitters and they made Cleveland's pitching look that much better. Toronto will head home andd hope that the crowd can be their impact player in Game 3 on Monday.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jays-from-the-couch-radio/support
Episode 225 – Not Avisail Garcia The latest episode of “Field of Streams” is live! In this episode, Dylan Higgins and Matthew Dewoskin discuss Guaranteed Rate Field, other unfortunate name sponsors, Jeff Francoeur being in a three-team trade, Eddie Gaedel bobblehead night, an interesting Cole Hamels vs. Josh Tomlin matchup, the return of Ubaldo Jimenez, continuing to stream against the […]
On this week's podcast, Andy and Bob first discuss Tim Tebow's improbable comeback attempt at playing professional baseball after a ten year layoff. After some partially biased discussion on Andy's part, Bob reminds everyone that Tim, by all accounts, is a nice guy. The podcast gets back on track when Bob talks about the Indians' recent successes on the field without Michael Brantley, good attendance at the Jake lately, Josh Tomlin's struggles, and his thoughts on trading Clint Frazier for Andrew Miller. Andy then talks about the Pirates' struggles and the slim margin for error that teams with limited payrolls face, particularly as they pertain to Andrew McCutchen's struggles this season. He also talks about Josh Bell's debut at first base and David Freese's new contract extension. The duo then finish the episode talking about Erie SeaWolves baseball and Andy's son's first game.
Paul and Todd dive in on eight first-half surprising standouts to determine how valuable they might be in the second half. Names include Mark Trumbo, Josh Tomlin, and Michael Saunders. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Until Carlos Carrasco returns, the Indians need Danny Salazar and Corey Kluber to be a strong one-two punch. MLB.com's Anthony Castrovince caught up with Indians reporter Jordan Bastian to explain how the team's keeping up without Carrasco, how Michael Brantley's playing since coming back and spotlight Josh Tomlin's unstoppable, undefeated start to the season.
Giovanny Urshela is a man on a mission. MLB.com's Anthony Castrovince caught up with Indians reporter Jordan Bastian to find out how he's playing lights-out, whether Michael Martinez could make the 40-man-roster, and the odds Josh Tomlin earns a spot in the rotation.
Episode 274 The latest episode of “The Sleeper and the Bust” is live! In this episode, Paul Sporer and Eno Sarris talk about Josh Tomlin, Rick Porcello, Drew Smyly, J.A. Happ, Ian Kennedy, Jackie Bradley Jr., and Corey Seager before getting into their topic of the day: top 10 SPs for 2016. Any glaring omissions […]
Kick off the holiday week and listen in now, as Clevelands hottest sports talk is off and running! We're talking Indians baseball after an up and down weekend in Seattle, Josh Tomlin throws a gem, but its sandwiched by defeats, John McMullen of TSN joins us to talk all the latest with the Browns and NFL, Brian Hoyers contract situation, Josh Gordon and more, Dan Wismar of The Cleveland Fan is in the house talking Indians 1st half and Browns, World Cup and so much more... GET YOUR FIX!
Host Jason Lukehart and host Phil Kehres discuss the first month of the Cleveland Indians' 2014 season, which ended with a six-game losing streak. Topics include questions about who should be in the starting rotation (call up Trevor Bauer or Josh Tomlin, giving Carrasco another chance?), which players are most and least likely to turn things around (or are already turning things around), and how realistic playoff contention is at this point (the Tribe is already 5.5 games behind Detroit). Plus, what is up with this defense?! Is it Lindor time yet? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 114 The latest episode of The Sleeper and the Bust is now live! Jason Collette and Eno Sarris discuss Anthony Rendon, Ian Desmond, Marcell Ozuna Jason Heyward, Dee Gordon, Billy Hamilton, Jesse Chavez, Collin McHugh, Trevor Bauer, Josh Tomlin and Michael Fiers. As usual, don’t hesitate to tweet us any fantasy questions you have that we may answer on […]