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Former Big League reliever Kyle Farnsworth sent out a tweet regarding players taking days off for 'general soreness' that caught Gio's attention, Adam Gase is coaching high school football, a suggestion how to properly use a PBA cards when you get pulled over, WFAN still has a store at JFK Airport, Jerry then joined the fray to deliver an update, more losing for the baseball locals, Derek Jeter enters the Hall of Fame, prepping for the NFL season, Ed Ogeron prepares to face his son and Anthony doesn't think Gio has what it takes to be a high school football coach. All that and so much more waits you, so get into it already. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome back to A Pod of Their Own, a show by the women of Amazin' Avenue where we talk all things Mets, social justice issues in baseball, and normalize female voices in the sports podcasting space. This week, we begin by discussing what feels like at LEAST a month's worth of Mets crammed into one week—soon after Javy Báez's post “thumbs down” storybook ending, the Mets went on a winning streak. But amidst all of that, acting GM Zack Scott was arrested and charged with a DUI and subsequently placed on administrative leave by the Mets. In his media availability yesterday, Sandy Alderson characterized all of the “unbecoming” behavior on the part of Mets front office personnel as “unrelated” incidents, not necessarily indicative of a single flaw in the Mets' hiring process. We discuss the wrongheadedness of this characterization and the fact that even when Alderson knew about bad behavior on the part of his employees in the past, he chose not to act. We also talk about Alderson's update on Jacob deGrom's injury, in which apparently deGrom's elbow magically healed itself! In our baseball segment this week, we talk about speculation around the industry that Trevor Bauer will be suspended for “at least one year” by the league under its domestic violence policy, which would at least match the longest suspension ever handed down under the policy. We also discuss an ill-advised tweet on the part of former MLB (and Mets) reliever Kyle Farnsworth about Trey Mancini and how it reflects the toxic masculinity ubiquitous in the game. A reminder that Dollars4Dingers has begun! You can make your pledge here. Finally, we wrap things up with Walk-off Wins, where each of us talks about what's making us happy this week, baseball-related or otherwise. You can listen or subscribe to all of our wonderful Amazin' Avenue Audio podcasts through Apple Podcasts, where we encourage you to leave a review if you enjoy the show. It really helps! And you can find us on the Stitcher app, Spotify, or listen wherever you get podcasts. You can follow A Pod of Their Own on Twitter (@apodoftheirown) and you can also follow all of our co-hosts on Twitter: Allison McCague (@PetitePhD), Maggie Wiggin (@maggie162), Linda Surovich (@LindaSurovich), and Kellyanne Healey (@ellarebee). You can also email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org. Look for A Pod of Their Own in your feeds every Wednesday and don't forget: there's no crying in podcasting! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week, Justin is joined by TikTok star Caleb Green. Caleb posts some of the best, funniest, and most well-thought-out sports TikToks out there. Justin and Caleb discuss what goes into making Caleb's videos, how to market the game of baseball, and much more. Segments this week include: “Asshat of the week” for Kyle Farnsworth, and a power ranking of the new proposed Washington Football Team team names. Enjoy! Follow Caleb on Tiktok, Twitter, and Instagram: @Chayyy_Luppp
A lot going on. The Ravens NEED a running back, they're keeping Mark Andrews around, Maryland got a good win, Kyle Farnsworth is a creep. Do you know which team NFL players are playing for now? We took a look at the start of the show. At the bottom of Hour 1, Soren Petro from 810 WHB in Kansas City checked in to discuss the Ravens working out free agent Le'Veon Bell. Is there anything at all left in the tank? Why didn't it work with the Chiefs? Early in Hour 2, ESPN's Anish Shroff checked in to discuss Maryland's big win (he was on the call), reasonable expectations moving forward, lots of lacrosse and yes, the Bishop Sycamore thing. And at the bottom of Hour 2, we remembered a brilliant artist-Michael K. Williams (Omar from "The Wire") with his former co-star Isiah Whitlock.
In this episode, David and Frank chat with a familiar face around the ballpark for close to 25 years who recently made the move to Japan to pursue other career goals. Listen as we go over her career and surprise her with some words from her fellow co-workers.You'll also hear from former Cub Carl Edwards, Jr who also went to pursue other endeavors after last season.But first, former Cub Kyles Farnsworth share his words of encouragement to the people who make the confines friendly!Disclaimer: the thoughts and opinions of this and every episode are those of the speaker and do not represent any team, corporation or business.Watch the video version of this episode and past episodes on our Facebook page, a week after each show debuts here.
Today's Diamond Conversations welcomes former Atlanta Braves, Chicago Cubs and New York Yankees star reliever, Kyle Farnsworth. Kyle is here to discuss Adrenaline Outdoors, who is redefining the outdoor experience by focussing on God, Family, and the Great Outdoors. In this interview, Kyle discusses the bond he had with his father growing up and how the outdoor experience led to so many positive moments and memories in his life. He also provides an in-depth look at some key moments from his Major League Baseball career and shares stories of success and times where his true spirit for the game shined through. Follow more from Adrenaline Outdoors by visiting their website https://www.adrenalineoutdoors.online/
Kyle Farnsworth (and his dog Rambo) joined us from Farnsworth Peak Performance training center to talk about the Cubs, being a closer for Joe Maddon in Tampa Bay, winning championships in semi-pro football, the Mexican League, and of course, the Paul Wilson fight. Follow us! Instagram & Twitter: @awaygamespod Follow Kyle! Insta: @thekylefarnsworth Twitter: @24_7Farnsworth And check out Kyle Farnsworth on Cameo!
Quarantine drags on so it’s time for another Wellness Check. Today’s is our first repeat guest. The original Wellness Check we did with Jen, formerly of The Heckler, is the second-most popular Wellness Check behind Kyle Farnsworth, but don’t ask her who that is. Among the topics discussed: her family’s Dyngus Day celebrations, the bottle of Polish liqueur she stole from her dad, shaving her dog as a family over the weekend, her addiction to Instacart, her Hobby Lobby joke that Seth Meyers stole, and much more. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/TheHeckler/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/TheHeckler/support
Another day of quarantine is in the books and Kyle Farnsworth was kind enough to join us for a wellness check. Back in the day, Kyle was a prime target for The Heckler due to his hard-throwing, hard-partying ways. We talk about that (including speculation as to whether his jersey is still on the wall at Tai’s Til 4), how he now looks back at getting traded out of Chicago after the 2004 season, some behind-the-scenes stories about the 2003 Cubs, what went wrong with the 2004 club, what he’s doing now (including playing semipro football where he’s had several major injuries), what it was like to pitch in the Mexican League compared to how it was for Kenny Powers, and we of course talk about the time he beat the ever-loving shit out of Paul Wilson. Follow Kyle’s gym Farnsworth Peak Performance on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/farnsworthpeakperformance/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/TheHeckler/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/TheHeckler/support
Former MLB reliever and current badass Kyle Farnsworth drops by to talk with Andrew about his time playing baseball all over the globe from the minor leagues to the MLB and even in Mexico. He shares stories about the famous brawl against the Reds, getting called up to the MLB, his time playing semi-pro football in retirement. For more from the people involved on twitter follow @speakyourlife1 @24_7farnsworth @andrew_germann also Kyle can be found on Instagram @thekylefarnsworth or check out his newest venture @farnsworthpeakperformance on instagram as well.As always a huge thank you to B1 Patches, never get dehydrated again go tobuyb1.com and use promo code SYLB1 for 20% off your order.
On today's heartwarming edition of the NastyCast, a Ron-less Van and Nate invite fellow Fantrax writer and personality Keith Farnsworth (not Kyle Farnsworth... he's the one that gave someone a piledriver while pitching in Detroit... to our knowledge Keith has never given anyone a piledriver) to discuss starting pitchers outside of the top 50 in ADP. But first Nate and Van discuss the Battle of the Podcasts league where the NastyCast has drafted an undeniably amazing team. Once Keith joins the boys they play ADP Wars with guys like Kevin Gausman, Tanner Roark, and Tyler Glasnow, and they give their bargains and busts at the position. Join us each week on the NastyCast and if you like what we do, support us on Patreon at patreon.com/NastyPod!
Longtime, hard-throwing reliever Kyle Farnsworth talks to the guys about his 16-year MLB career, which included stints with nine teams, several great managers, a couple years in Mexico and now some time playing football. He also takes them through his famous brawl with former Cincinnati Reds pitcher Paul Wilson, and what it was like to play for the 2003 Chicago Cubs.
This week we will be talking about everyone's favorite topic, Yankee backup catchers! As well as sad Gardner, the Mets acquisition of the immortal Kyle Farnsworth, and the passing of Ralph Kiner. We also make wild predictions about our teams in 2014.