Keith Law joins the show to talk baseball, the guys react to some of what he has to say, Jeremy admits his heart wants the Texans to win week one and the guys wrap the hour discussing what it means for the Texans to be better than everyone expects
MLB Network's Adnan Virk joins Blake Murphy to discuss how the Jays stack up against the rest in the AL East division as the season heads into the final stretch, why he values the team's offence over their pitching rotation, the streakiness of the batters, what is Bo Bichette's future contract worth, and who is the front runner for AL MVP and Cy Young awards (4:43). Vancouver Canadians manager, Brent Lavallee stops by to chat about his experience managing a baseball club based in his home town, the differences between college to high-A, the balancing act of helping young players work towards their strengths and weaknesses, the gratification of seeing prospects getting promoted and his report on 3B Damiano Palmegiani, OF Gabriel Martinez and SS Alex de Jesus (25:15). The Athletic's Keith Law breaks down his concerns with Ricky Tiedemann's delivery in his pitches, adjusting where pitchers stand on the mound, what're the next steps for Orelvis Martinez in his at-bats, and his assessment of Orioles' top prospect Gunnar Henderson (50:07). Then, Spin Rate podcast's Drew Fairservice weighs in on the chances Shohei Ohtani's chances of winning the MVP and Cy Young in one season, how the team should pitch against Pirates' O'Neil Cruz, and the team's decision to call up Casey Lawrence from Buffalo (1:15:00). 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.
Senior MLB writer for The Athletic and former Special Assistant with the Toronto Blue Jays, Keith Law joined OverDrive to talk about Jays prospect Gabriel Moreno's potential, the possible sale of the LA Angels and what it means for Shohei Ohtani, favourites in the NL, the Wild Card playoff picture and more.
In Hour 3 of OverDrive, Matt Cauz & Frank Corrado chat with Mark Zecchino of Golf Talk Canada about Brooke Henderson's first round of the CP Women's Open and changes to the PGA Tour, Keith Law of The Athletic on the latest around MLB.
Sportsnet's Arden Zwelling joins Blake Murphy to discuss the race within the AL East, the Jays' pitching performance against the Yankees, how Ross Stripling has had an underrated season so far, and how the team will manage Yusei Kikuchi's usage as a reliever (6:00). Guelph Royals and former Blue Jay, Dalton Pompey, jumps on the show to chat about playing for the Southern Ontario-based Intercounty Baseball League team, his decision to retire from baseball after the playoffs, his experience playing for Team Canada in the WBC and if he would want to play for them again, what he'll remember the most from playing with the Jays, and why he's moving onto a career within emergency services (31:00). The Athletic's Keith Law shares his thoughts on Orelvis Martinez and if setting a New Hampshire Fisher Cats HR record has any indication of changes to his batting approach, what is a good fit in the infield for Addison Barger, if he's seeing a change in how organizations are promoting prospects within the minors, and how the Jays' draftees are performing (01:02:00). Spin Rate podcast's Drew Fairservice, weighs in on Alek Manoah's post-game comments on Gerrit Cole, saving the bullpen usage over the weekend against New York, and why he's wary with the increased trend in Manoah's ERA and innings count (01:32:00). 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.
8.3.22 Hour 21:00- Keith Law, covers baseball and writes about all things MLB, joins G&D after he writes about the Nationals return from the Padres and tells us how he LOVES the haul we got back. 22:00- The Commanders dropped a few spots in the franchises net worth across the NFL, so we discuss this here.
Mike Rankin and James Fox praised the top prospects of the Chicago White Sox farm system as FutureSox prepares its 2022 midseason top 30 list. Keith Law of The Athletic included shortstop Colson Montgomery in his top 60 prospect list in Major League Baseball, while Bryan Ramos just missed. What does that mean for Oscar Colas? Later, Mike and James highlighted the influx of pitching the White Sox added in the draft and explained how it impacts the system. Also, Cristian Mena, Norge Vera, Matthew Thompson, Luke Shilling and Jared Kelley are impressive. Where do they rank among the White Sox' top 15? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this hour of The Bench, John and Lance talk about the Astros some more, especially the Christian Vasquez trade. Next, Keith Law joins John and Lance this morning to talk about the Astros and Will Smith. Lastly, will the odds of Aaron Judge hitting a home run.
Ben Ennis welcomes Arash Madani and they take a deep dive on the Jays, the deadline and the balance between the present and future. Arash makes a case for a starter and bullpen help. Ben wonders if they address a position like 2B which was on the list during the off-season. Then a look at Bo Bichette, the ability to include him in a potential Juan Soto trade and would you use Bo as trade bait for a pitcher instead? Later (27:00) we speak with Jesse Rogers from ESPN with a a wide look across the AL, the trades made by the Yankees and Astros and why Ben covets one particular player in Chicago for the Jays that Jesse happens to cover on a daily basis. Later (37:00) Keith Law discusses his latest Top 60 Prospects and which top prospects will be used as the best bait on trade deadline day. Finally, the case for keeping Kirk and Moreno an sending Jansen out of town. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
Blake Murphy is joined by The FAN Morning Show's JD Bunkis to chat about the planned renovations to Rogers Centre, and his dream scenario for the Jays' trade deadline moves (1:43). We check in with The Athletic's Keith Law on why he's high on the Jays draftee Brandon Barriera, the organization's history in drafting infielders without much power, which prospect has high value ahead of the deadline, and why the Andrew Benintendi trade came at a cheap price (24:16). Sportsnet's Arden Zwelling explains why the team wants to transform Rogers Centre from a stadium into a ballpark, and his expectations for Yusei Kikuchi in his return to the mound (48:01). Then, MLB.com's Alyson Footer looks at the Astros' trade deadline plans, if the Red Sox should be sellers, and why starting pitching should be the priority for Toronto in preparations for October (1:12:33). 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.
BRIAN BATKO - Najeer Harris took a shot at the media, sort of. Brian said the right tactic should be to spread the ball around to different running backs, but the room isn't good behind Najee. His phone sucks. Batko is worried about the Steelers offensive line. His phone sucks. Batko is bullish on the Steelers defense. His phone sucks. He says Kazee can take Edmunds job, but he doesn't see it happening. Breakfast Bytes- Steph Curry went after the Lakers! What's up with Morgan Wallen? Crowley got an underage at Starlake. We hear some of what Keith Law had to say to Cook and Joe yesterday. We revisited our discussion from yesterday about Oneil Cruz. We talked about dad hacks. How do dads get away?
The Program finished the day telling you what you need to know. Then Keith Law joined the show to talk about the Royals draft this past weekend. Then we gave you The Kicker on the way out. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this hour of The Killer B's, Dusty Baker gets booed? Next we discuss whether or not all-star games in Major League Baseball are better when they matter. Keith Law joins Joel and Jeremy to talk about the Major League Baseball draft. Lastly, Hunter Brown is a reliever?
The Brewers' first half came to a close with a whimper, and podcast host JR Radcliffe is freaking out a little alongside Brewers reporter Curt Hogg. They discuss a brutal week for closer Josh Hader (2:30), the absurdity of a consequential balk call in San Francisco (10:10), how Milwaukee could realistically pursue Nationals star Juan Soto (20:00), the demotion of Keston Hiura (29:30) and a look back to the first half (33:30), including the non-Burnes MVP, the game of the year, biggest surprise, biggest disappointment and biggest gut punch. Is it unfair to view the first half as a disappointment, even though Milwaukee will open the second half as a first-place team? Then, JR chats with baseball writer Keith Law (71:00), who knows all levels of baseball as well as anyone. They discuss the things that ail Hiura and Christian Yelich, the rise of Jackson Chourio as a top prospect, the way baseball views Milwaukee's draft and development efforts and what he would do if he were in charge of the Brewers for the rest of the season. Music intro: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music. Music clips: "ABC" by Jackson 5, "Red Hot Memories (Ice Cold Beer)" by Jerry Lee Lewis, "Pursuit Music Logo" on SoundCloud and Bob Uecker on WTMJ 620-AM radio.
In the second hour, Gabe Ramirez was joined by Zach Krull of BetQL to discuss his favorite MLB bets of the day and which futures could be money makers. Later, Keith Law of the Athletic joined the show to preview the MLB amateur draft, which begins Sunday evening. Who are the top prospects? And what might the Cubs do with their No. 7 overall pick? Law also pondered what it will take for an opposing team to land Nationals superstar Juan Soto on the trade market.
Chris kicks off the final hour of this Friyay edition of The Jon Chuckery Show, featuring Chris Goforth, by continuing his conversation about Atlanta United CEO and President Darren Eales leaving Atlanta United to go to Newcastle. The voice of Atlanta United Mike Conti also joins Chris and gives his take on the matter as well! Next, Chris continues the final hour of this Friyay edition of The Jon Chuckery Show, featuring Chris Goforth, by replaying his interview with Baseball writer and scout for The Athletic, Keith Law! Finally, To close out this Friyay edition of The Jon Chuckery Show, featuring Chris Goforth, Chris and Dylan have some fun with another fan favorite segment in Rank Em.
To kick off this Wednesday edition of The Jon Chuckery Show featuring Chris Goforth, Chris kicks off the show by setting the table, and talking about what is on deck for tonight's show. Next, Chris talks about how confident he is that the Braves will win the NL East, and why it's not time to panic even after what happened after the Mets series. Next, Chris continues the opening hour by giving you some sports headlines. Chris updates you on the Braves' opening game of their final series before the All-Star break against the Washington Nationals, recaps Atlanta United's 2-1 win over Real Salt Lake last night, previews SEC Media Days and lets you hear from Mike Gundy after day one of BIG 12 media days. Chris also updates you on the latest NBA news and rumors and the latest on DeAndre Ayton signing an offer sheet with the Indiana Pacers, and what that means for a potential Kevin Durant trade. Finally, Chris closes out the headlines by recapping what happened in the first round of The Open. Finally, Chris closes the opening hour of this Wednesday edition of The Jon Chuckery Show, featuring Chris Goforth, by talking about Sunday's MLB Draft with Baseball writer and scout for The Athletic, Keith Law! Chris and Keith discuss who the top prospects are in this year's draft, if there is more high school talent or college talent, how much talent is in the state of Georgia, what direction the Braves might go in Sunday's draft, and more!
Chris closes the opening hour of this Wednesday edition of The Jon Chuckery Show, featuring Chris Goforth, by talking about Sunday's MLB Draft with Baseball writer and scout for The Athletic, Keith Law! Chris and Keith discuss who the top prospects are in this year's draft, if there is more high school talent or college talent, how much talent is in the state of Georgia, what direction the Braves might go in Sunday's draft, and more!
Keith Law of The Athletic, joins Lund & Crowley to discuss the MLB draft and the process in evaluating players in high school vs college See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Keith Law of The Athletic, joins Lund & Crowley to discuss the MLB draft and the process in evaluating players in high school vs college See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 3 as we wrap up a Thursday on OverDrive with Mark Roe, Dave Poulin & Frank Corrado as the guys chat some Jays with Keith Law of The Athletic & look ahead to the MLB Trade Deadline. As well TSN Golf Analyst Bob Weeks stops by to recap Day One of The Open Championship. Plus our FanDuel Best Bets!
The Athletic's Keith Law discussed the biggest names in the MLB draft & who the Padres are rumored for, how speedy prospect Esteury Ruiz fits the Padres, where he could play & why it's not surprising if Gore is fatigued.
Hour 1- Darren expects the Padres to activate prospect Esteury Ruiz, are stolen bases devalued in MLB? Padres have a closer problem, The Athletic's Keith Law talks Padres.
Episode 19, FULL SHOW -- Juan Soto has been named to the NL All-Star Team for the 2nd straight year in his young career. Grant and Danny breakdown why Soto is having a better year than you think (2:00), and how Josh Bell can potentially still make his way onto the All-Star Roster (12:00). Plus, G&D hand out their mid-season awards for the Nats (15:30). Then, FanGraphs Lead Prospect Analyst Eric Longenhagen stops by Bustin' Loose Baseball to detail his article on the weaknesses of the Nationals Minor League system, and spotlight some of the top prospects in this weekends MLB Draft (24:20). Keith Law of The Athletic joins Bustin' Loose Baseball to provide insight on his latest Mock Draft ahead of the 2022 MLB Draft this coming weekend (50:30). 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
Episode 19, Segment 3 -- Keith Law of The Athletic joins Bustin' Loose Baseball to provide insight on his latest Mock Draft ahead of the 2022 MLB Draft this coming weekend. 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
Keith Law joined Baskin and Phelps to share his thoughts on the Guardians, how the prospects are playing out, and what he expects to see in the long-term lineup of the team. He also discussed the team's pitching development and what advice he'd give to young players.
The Program started the final hour telling you what you need to know. Then Keith Law from The Athletic joined the show to talk about the Royals latest trade with Atlanta as well as other topics involving the Royals organization. Then you get The Kicker to close it out. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
MLB writer Keith Law joined the show. Keith talked about some of the prospects the Pirates have coming through the system. He talked up a couple of pitchers – Quinn Priester and Mike Burrows. He said Priester is going to be the best of the bunch, but Burrows can be a back end of the rotation guy. Poni asked Keith about what Roansy Contreras brings to the table. Keith commented on Oneil Cruz and if he's a star in the making for the Pirates and the league. Keith said Bryan Reynolds should be traded because the Pirates are still a few years away.
MLB writer Keith Law joined the show. Keith talked about some of the prospects the Pirates have coming through the system. He talked up a couple of pitchers – Quinn Priester and Mike Burrows. He said Priester is going to be the best of the bunch, but Burrows can be a back end of the rotation guy. Poni asked Keith about what Roansy Contreras brings to the table. Keith commented on Oneil Cruz and if he's a star in the making for the Pirates and the league. Keith said Bryan Reynolds should be traded because the Pirates are still a few years away. Pittsburgh legend Bob Pompeani joined the show. Pomp is celebrating 40 years of greatness in Pittsburgh. He reflected on what his journey has been like and some of his favorite moments. Bob also had thoughts on the Pirates, Penguins and Steelers.
Baseball Prospectus' Mikey Ajeto joins Blake Murphy to chat about how Robbie Ray turned around his season following a rough start, his reliance on the sinker and slider, the optimism surrounding the Mariners' rotation, and why Logan Gilbert may be close to a breakout (04:54). Co-host of Intentional Talk and AppleTV+ announcer Stephen Nelson stops by to discuss his experience calling the weekly games on Friday night, Shohei Ohtani's greatness, and his standouts from the Jays this year (28:39). Then, The Athletic's Keith Law looks at his Jays prospect rankings at the midway point, what he makes of Spencer Horwitz, and which areas of the prospect pool would be included in a future trade (49:33). Sportsnet.ca's Shi Davidi discusses where he ranks the road trip to Seattle to cover the Jays games, how the team will approach their rotation without Kevin Gausman, how to handle Yusei Kikuchi's struggles, and when Toronto could start addressing the pitching staff ahead of the trade deadline (01:13:33). 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.
Kevin Wheeler talks about what Keith Law said about the Cardinals being a good fit for Mike Trout if the Angels decided to move him but why he isn't a fit for the Cardinals. Hear part of the conversation with World Series Champion Jon Jay from “The Show” on Friday. Next, Wheeler brakes down how DeJong money works with being in AAA and if there is a path for him to get back to the big leagues. Finally, a look at college football with USC and UCLA moving to the Big 10 and what means for the future.
It is a Friday edition of Glenn Clark Radio, Glenn and Griffin will discuss the Orioles shutout of the White Sox last night, look at what could potentially be the last game of the Stanley Cup Final tonight, the PLL playing in Baltimore starting tonight, and much more ahead of a busy sports weekend. At 10:20am, we'll continue to remember the legacy of Tony "Goose" Siragusa when former Raven Kelly Gregg joins the program. At 11am we get a chance to catch up with Keith Law and discuss his latest MLB mock draft on The Athletic during our weekly MLB draft talk and why he has the Orioles taking Druw Jones at 1.1. We'll also get a chance to talk to Stan ‘The Fan' Charles himself live in studio in the second hour and get his thoughts on the surging Orioles, baseball and more. All that and much more here on Glenn Clark Radio.
Blake Murphy is joined by Blue Jays radio voice Ben Wagner who shares his impressions on Gabriel Moreno, Yusei Kikuchi's continuing struggle to start strong, how Hyun-jin Ryu's injury affects the pitching staff, and how Jose Berrios can build off his last few starts (02:33). Next, Blake reads your mailbag questions and looks at the Ryu void to identify what options are available, if Ross Stripling is the answer, and if this changes any future plans for Nate Pearson (25:54). In the second hour, The Athletic's Keith Law reveals what he looks for in catching prospects progressing from the Minors to the Majors, what makes the jump so difficult, why he's not high on RHP prospect Max Castillo, and how Keith scouts the stat line for young players (48:17). Finally, former MLB pitcher and VSiN host Josh Towers joins to discuss the transition from being a player to a part of the media, how pitchers can retain the trust of their coaching staff following rough outings, and shares his perspective on Jose Berrios, the Orioles' rebuild, and examining the betting board on a night-to-night basis (01:12:54). 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.
Blake Murphy opens the show with a quick look back at the Jays' series-opening win against the White Sox. MLB.com's Julia Kreuz jumps on to discuss an ideal plan for splitting time between Alejandro Kirk and Danny Jansen, Teoscar Hernandez getting back on track, and how the team is finding ways to win 1-run games (05:03). Spin Rate's Drew Fairservice breaks down Kirk's at-bats, an interest in Bo Bichette's plate approach, and Charlie Montoyo finding a spot for Julian Merryweather to pitch in relief (25:03). The Athletic's Keith Law shares his impressions on Jays prospect Gabriel Moreno, why he's hesitant to call up the young catcher, that position's value in the trade market, and LHP Ricky Tiedemann cracking into the pipeline's top 100 prospects (50:54). Finally, The FAN Drive's Ben Ennis stops by to chat about his confidence level in Hyun-Jin Ryu this season, why Matt Chapman is due for a big game, the thought of trading away one of their catchers, and how the team is finding a way out of their offensive slump in May (01:15:53). 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.
Episode 973 On this episode, Eric Longenhagen welcomes old friend Keith Law of The Athletic back to the show to chat about the draft landscape. Eric recently returned from a trip to Florida, and the duo discuss how challenging travel logistics continue to be while trying to see amateur players. We hear about impressive prospects […]