Podcasts about Little League World Series

  • 628PODCASTS
  • 863EPISODES
  • 49mAVG DURATION
  • 5WEEKLY NEW EPISODES
  • Dec 5, 2022LATEST
Little League World Series

POPULARITY

20152016201720182019202020212022

Categories



Best podcasts about Little League World Series

Show all podcasts related to little league world series

Latest podcast episodes about Little League World Series

The GOAT Consulting Podcast
Ep. 89: Smell The Roses and Blow Out The Candles with Randy Huth (Part 2)

The GOAT Consulting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 30:04


From radio host, business owner, candle maker, ninja, and 2-time Little League World Series coach (his Nolensville team currently #4 in the universe), Randy Huth has some gems to share. Huth talks more than just baseball as we get into relationships and how 12-year olds handle success and failure. GOATS to include Randy Huth, his dad, and the umpires (maybe). We serve it up in a way you can get it.

Press On Sports
Little League Star Philipp LaGrossa with Survivor Star and Baseball Wife Stephenie LaGrossa Kendrick

Press On Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 97:31


Three-time Survivor star and MLB wife Stephenie LaGrossa Kendrick returns to the Jack Vita Show, bringing with her a very special guest... her 11-year-old nephew Philipp LaGrossa!   Philipp's Toms River East Little League team won the New Jersey State Championship earlier this year, and came within a game of going to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Virginia. Stephenie and Jack welcome Philipp to talk some baseball, Little League and more!   Hear about what Philipp's time was like playing on ESPN, and living in the dorms with his teammates! Philipp weighs in on his favorite team, the Philadelphia Phillies, watching his aunt Stephenie compete on reality television, drinking slushies and eating popcorn and hot dogs at little league games, favorite memories from the experience, his dreams to big a professional baseball player, and much, much more! Along the way, Jack and Steph share some stories from their own youth sports careers, respectively. Philipp also makes some NFL and college football picks for the week. It's a light-hearted conversation filled with fun and lots of laughs! (0:00 - 1:20:30).   Later, on a different note, Stephenie catches us up on the latest from her life, and shares some heartfelt thoughts after the sudden passing of her brother, less than a year after the passing of another one of her brothers. Steph and Jack talk life, social media usage, sports and reflect a little bit on the past year, before entering into the holiday season. (1:20:30 - END).

The GOAT Consulting Podcast
Ep. 88: Smell The Roses and Blow Out The Candles with Randy Huth (Part 1)

The GOAT Consulting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 22:19


From radio host, business owner, candle maker, ninja, and 2-time Little League World Series coach (his Nolensville team currently #4 in the universe), Randy Huth has some gems to share. Huth talks more than just baseball as we get into relationships and how 12-year olds handle success and failure. GOATS to include Randy Huth, his dad, and the umpires (maybe). We serve it up in a way you can get it.

Breaking Bats
Episode 44 - Washington Nationals Top Prospect Robert Hassell III

Breaking Bats

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 87:34


This week, Brian and Justin start the show by talking more about Aaron Judge's free agency and what we can expect his deal to look like. Then, the 2023 BBWAA Hall of Fame Ballot was announced and we look at the storylines surrounding it. Then, Cody Bellinger was non-tendered by the Dodgers and we talk about what went wrong for him in L.A. Our "Fudge-ing Awesome Moment of the Week" goes to Brown freshman Olivia Pichardo, who is the first woman ever to make Division I baseball roster. Finally, our top 5 this week is the top 5 best Thanksgiving foods (:33 - 33:47). We then welcome on our guest for this week, Nationals number one prospect Robert Hassell III(33:49 - 1:26:51). Robert joins the show and talks about playing in the Little League World Series, his approach at the plate, what it was like being a part of the Juan Soto trade, and much more.   Sponsors- The Official Sponsor of Breaking Bats: The Original Fudge Kitchen Shipping fudge, saltwater taffy, sweet treats, and more across the country. https://fudgekitchens.com/   Som Sleep Som Sleeps beverages are specially formulated to promote relaxation, maintain a normal sleep cycle, and support healthy sleep patterns. Go to https://getsom.com/ and enter the code "BATS" at checkout for 10% off your order.   Actions Over Words Apparel Visit https://actionsoverwordsapparel.com/ and enter the code: "N4L" for 10% off your order.   Presented by Not For Long Media https://www.notforlongmedia.com/   Music Credit: Intro: Coming Home; Written by Scott Woodruff and TJ O'Neill; Performed by Scott Woodruff; Courtesy of Stick Figure Outro: Weight of Sound; Written by Scott Woodruff and TJ O'Neill; Performed by Scott Woodruff and TJ O'Neill; Courtesy of Stick Figure

The JKR Podcast
JKR Podcast (Ep. 147): Georgia Tech OF Jayce Blalock

The JKR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 80:25


On today's episode of the JKR Podcast, host Jayce Riegling sits down with former Little League World Series star and current Georgia Tech Freshman OF Jayce Blalock. They discuss being on SportsCenter Top10, hitting a HR at Truist Park, outlook on his Freshman spring at Georgia Tech, and much more! Today's episode sponsor is Titan Bat Company. https://jkrpodcast.com Build A Legacy | Blue Collar Mentality | White Collar Industry | Embrace The Personality | Continuously Evolve Follow The JKR Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn for more updates and fan engagement!

Walter Edgar's Journal
Stolen dreams: the 1955 Cannon Street YMCA All-Stars

Walter Edgar's Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 52:16


When the 11- and 12-year-olds on the Cannon Street YMCA all-star team registered for a baseball tournament in Charleston, South Carolina, in July 1955, it put the team and the forces of integration on a collision. White teams refused to take the field with the Cannon Street all-stars, the first Black Little League team in South Carolina.The Cannon Street team won two tournaments by forfeit. If they won the regional tournament in Rome, Georgia, they would have advanced to the Little League World Series. But Little League officials ruled the team ineligible to play in the tournament because they had advanced by winning on forfeit and not on the field, denying the boys their dream. This became a national story for a few weeks but then faded and disappeared altogether as Americans read of other civil rights stories, including the horrific killing of 14-year-old Emmett Till.Chris Lamb, author of The 1955 Cannon Street YMCA All-Stars and Little League Baseball's Civil War (2022, University of Nebraska Press), and John Rivers, who played shortstop on the All-Stars, join Walter Edgar to tell the story of the Cannon Street all-stars.

Baseball History: 101
A Children's Game (Little League)

Baseball History: 101

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 66:23


On this episode, the guys discuss the history of Little League Baseball and the Little League World Series.

The Spaniard Show
Talks 412 - Jim McGough, Manager, Hollidaysburg Area's Little League World Series Contender

The Spaniard Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 73:27


Here's a behind-the-scenes look at the Little League World Series, from the manager of a team who made it to late rounds this summer. And the team was from the Spaniard's hometown of Hollidaysburg! The whole county and beyond was glued to their progress. Spanny goes way back with Jim McGough, who shares how years of decisions and thoughtful practices led a special group of players to an inspiring performance on a global stage. ... To support The Spaniard Show, utilize the links below: Purchase all your books here: Spaniard Show Reading List For speaking information, click here: Spaniard Website  

The Steele & Nazz Podcast - Presented by HedgeBettor
Ep. 95 - ESPN Announcer Mike Monaco, Are the Patriots in trouble? & NFL Week 4 Picks

The Steele & Nazz Podcast - Presented by HedgeBettor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 69:12


Ep. 95 - ESPN Announcer Mike Monaco, Are the Patriots in trouble?, NFL Week 4 Picks The boys including Showtime & Nazz were joined by ESPN “play-by-play” announcer & backup Red Sox broadcaster Mike Monaco. We discussed Monaco’s broadcasting career, growing up in the south shore, covering the Little League World Series, Red Sox games and a whole lot more. (02:02 - 38:35) Afterwards, Steele, Nazz, Magic Mike & Showtime Craig dug into the top news in sports world around the area (39:14 - rest of show), including: - Patriots drop one to Baltimore, lose Mac Jones - NFL Week 4 Picks, Pats/Packers prediction - Aaron Judge hits home run #61 - Charity Softball Tournament Wrap up Presented by Hedgebettor. Sponsored by Slight Edge Fitness & Performance in Braintree, MA & The Law Offices of Patrick J. Foley.

Atypical Talk
Asking The BIG Questions and The Power of Showing Up

Atypical Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 33:13


In today's episode, we talk about Britney Spears and her tough question "if there is a God, why would he let bad things happen to good people?". We celebrate the heartwarming story of the Nicaraguan community's show of support during the Little League World Series. And we talk about the ongoing epidemic that is suicide in America. If you find yourself struggling and need someone to talk to, please reach out to us at atypicaltalkpod@gmail.com. Britney Spears: ‘I No Longer Believe in God' https://relevantmagazine.com/culture/music/britney-spears-i-no-longer-believe-in-god/ Nicaraguan Community Unites Behind Little League Team in World Series https://www.latinorebels.com/2022/08/26/nicaragualittleleague/ ESPN Video on the Nicaraguan Little League Team https://www.facebook.com/watch/?extid=NS-UNK-UNK-UNK-IOS_GK0T-GK1C&v=1148701052661567 Suicide: An Epidemic That Hits Close to Home for Many Americans https://www.christianitytoday.com/better-samaritan/2022/suicide-is-epidemic-that-hits-close-to-home.html

Hisessions Hawaii Podcast
Hisessions Hawaii Podcast Episode #129 - Coach Gerald Oda "Little League World Series Champion"

Hisessions Hawaii Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 61:54


Coach Gerald Oda stops by the podcast this week to of course talk baseball. He gives us some insights on his coaching style, going to the Little League World Series, and reminisces about going to school with Devon. Support the team here: https://www.hilifeclothing.com/product/world-champs-22/716 Find Kyle's designs here: https://www.hilifeclothing.com/ Find Devon Nekoba here: https://kumu.com/ Find Jon here: https://www.teamyamasato.com/ Visit Kupukupu Landscaping: https://www.kupukupulandscaping.com/ Love watching HI*Sessions? Well, now you can join our Patreon community and directly impact our ability to continue making great videos like this one. For as little as $1/mo. you'll get early access to our content as well as cool exclusive stuff for the Patreon community. Visit http://www.patreon.com/hisessions and sign up today! Make sure you subscribe to get notified when we release new videos! Follow HI*Sessions: http://hisessions.com http://www.facebook.com/hisessions http://twitter.com/hisessions

Spiritual Dope
The Man Who Knows Books: Bill Gladstone

Spiritual Dope

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 52:39


  Best selling author and book agent Bill Gladstone has been in the publishing industry for over thirty years. In that time, he has represented some of the biggest names in the business and has helped to shape the careers of many successful authors. Gladstone is a man who knows the ins and outs of the publishing world, and he is someone who can be trusted to get the best deal for his clients.   Find out more about Bill: https://waterside.com/   Intro Guy 0:00 Your journey has been an interesting one up to hear you've questioned so much more than those around you. You've even questioned yourself as to how you could have grown into these thoughts. Am I crazy? When did I begin to think differently? Why do people in general you're so limited thought process Rest assured, you are not alone. The world is slowly waking up to what you already know inside yet can't quite verbalize. Welcome to the spiritual dough podcast, the show that answers the question you never even knew to ask, but knew the answers to questions about you this world the people in it? Most importantly, how do I proceed? Now moving forward? We don't even have all the answers, but we sure do love living in the question some time for another hit of spiritual with your host Brandon Handley. Let's get right into today's episode. Brandon Handley 0:42 Hey, the spiritual tip I'm on today with our special guest William Gladstone and he is the co author of the books tapping the source, the golden golden mic or the golden motorcycle gang and author of the international best selling novel The 12. Glassnote is considered an international expert on indigenous cultures and the meaning of 2012. He is also co producer of the highly acclaimed film tapping the source as a literary agent Mr. Gladstone has worked with some of the most respected and influential authors of our time, including Eckhart Tolle, Deepak Chopra, Neale Donald Walsch and Tom Hartman. And last but not least, and of course, not not even probably the tip of the iceberg. But Master Shaw, who I recently interviewed, and that's how I found out about, you know, the guy behind the scenes. William Bill Gladstone. Thanks for being on today. Bill Gladstone 1:36 It's a pleasure. And yeah, I'm glad that you had the opportunity to interview Dr. Shah master shots. He's kind of a hidden secret right now. He's not really hidden. But you know, I've represented you know, Neale Donald Walsch deals, Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Marie Kondo. And there's a level that they have in terms of their visibility that Dr. Shah does not. And it's kind of ironic, because Dr. Shah, in some ways, is a more important spiritual teacher, what he's able to do. And I ended up I was so intrigued and worked with him now for about 15 years that I actually investigated and wrote this book, Miracle soul healer exploring a mystery. And it really is a mystery. Not only does he have the ability to heal people, but he's been able to train other people to heal people. And that, to me is like mind boggling. How does that happen? So, you know, in the 10 years since I originally wrote miracle soul healer, I've learned a lot more about Master shots. So we're re releasing the book come out in a couple of weeks, and that we've changed from exploring a mystery to documenting a legend because it's my belief that he's going to become a legend just in the way that Edgar Casey is a legend, legendary healer. What Dr. Shah has been able to do is extraordinary. And what's almost more extraordinary is that he keeps reinventing himself. It's like he started off, you know, as a as an acupuncturist. I mean, he's got degrees in medical, traditional medicine, but also Chi Gong and Tai Chi and acupuncture and herbal medicine. So he's always he's just as a very exploratory nature. He never satisfied even though he's he's always wanting to learn and develop himself. He's just a very creative human being an intelligent human being. So a few years ago, right at the beginning, when I agented, his first big best seller, he already had bestsellers before I started agent again, but the first one I did was miracle soul healer, and he included a calligraphy and you can see behind me I have a calligraphy now I was gifted one by one, which is wonderful. But at the time, it was like, Oh, now he's really gone too far. Now he's saying that this calligraphy, this piece of art, this piece of paper has healing properties. I said, No way. Anyway, you know, I got up on stage. I remember I was at a one on one author, one of one of that with Rick Fishman, who he actually introduced me to Dr. chatons, you know, when the book first came out at least 10 years ago, and, you know, I presented the book and, you know, I was a little bit, you know, I don't really know if this drawing you know, is, but the rest of it, you know, I've checked out, you know, it's really interesting. And I remember when I got off the stage, someone came up to me because we had given out some copies. And I said, I'm a something impact. And I opened the book to the page, and the energy from this is just incredible. Well, you know, I guess maybe there's something to it because I thought it was pretty far out there. But and that was really, when that happened. That's when I started, you know, because I have degrees from Harvard. You know, I published articles and, you know, scientific and my father was a chemist before he became a book publisher. So grounded skepticism, healthy skepticism. And so, but now I was intrigued. So that's when I did the original interviews and I interviewed over 100 people when I wrote miracle so healer, and there's absolutely no way you would have so much positive results, just from the placebo effect, and certainly the placebo effect. And yeah, there's something to that, but there's something actually going on. So that's why I've continued to be in contact with with Master Shah. Like, him, I also like to keep exploring and growing. So I am finally realized, even though you know, he gifted me a calligraphy, I didn't really pay much attention to it. But then recently, I came up with the idea that we should do these NF T's non fungible tokens, we should sure, you know, do one that was, you know, going to give financial abundance to people because in addition to healing, there's other blessings that are communicated through the calligraphies. And I was skeptical, but it's like, you know, it's not going to hurt anybody, if they believe it, and it works for them. Great. I'm not saying it's gonna work, but just as a collectible, because the art itself has value. So we did choose 5000 of these prints, electric prints, and we sold all that $2,000 Each generating $10 million. So that got even more of my attention. It's like, whoa, and as those you know, I think they sold like to 1500 people, because a lot of people bought two or three. Well, there were at least 600 people who like, wrote in within weeks of getting this calligraphy, my financial world has been, you know, like, evolving. And I'm like, Okay, if that's happening, I guess it's time I still don't understand exactly how it happens. But then, you know, so I'm like, Okay, this is really amazing. I get a call from Esther, she says, my new thing is, song, I have this special dowel song. I'm gonna give all my healings now through the song. And I'm like, okay, and I want you to organize the concerts. And I said, What master shot. I'm a literary agent. I don't really understand the world of music. You gotta give me a you know, we just started all these, because now we're also some of the original calligraphies, I sold one for a million dollars, I mean, big business. I said, Let me focus on these things that I understand. And I'm already doing. And he said, well, but heaven says, You can do this, you know, everybody. And I said, Well, I used to think that was just sort of like a joke. But when he says, heaven says, I know everybody, it means I will know everybody, if I don't know, I'm now the right person. For sure, he's kind of on a spiritual mission. And I mean, this is true. I mean, I don't believe it myself. But two days after he asked me to represent and find a record label for him, and I told him, Look, give me six months, I've got to focus on all these other things. My daughter who's a ghostwriter called me with a project. And it was a project related to a marketing expert, actually two marketing experts that wanted to use her to write a book. But she wanted me to something the agent to negotiate the terms and do what I do. So I got on the phone, and I met this extraordinary author who has a marketing company. Well, it turns out, she also has a record company. And it turns out that she's into, I don't even know what you call it, this non traditional music, World Music, whatever. And I said, Well, you know, I've got this other claim, why don't you go and listen to this music and tell me what you think. She writes back the next day is the most incredible music. I never had anybody like this, we want to, we want to, you know, do everything we will do the concerts. And actually the album for that is coming out in about two weeks. So now, it's not just the calligraphy it's not just the healing. It's not just the teaching. It's also music concerts. So who knows what Master shows going to do next. But I am very intrigued with all this going on. That's why I decided to go back and just update the book a little bit. Because there's no longer exploring a mystery. It's documenting a legend. I've never met a human being who's been able to pivot and be successful in so many different areas. I mean, he's like, you know, he's now a concert performer. He's mastered calligrapher. He's a Master Healer. And what actually is my greatest point of contact with him is we've been doing together for almost a year now, what he calls the power and wisdom of Dougie Jain, which is the teachings of Lauzun dowdy Jing is a book that was written over 2500 years ago, only has 82 chapters Laos, who is considered the foremost promoter, and expert on Tao, he introduced the concept of doubt to the world. And I studied philosophy at Yale. And I've always been intrigued by the world of ideas. So MasterChef asked me to host this show. And the main benefit I get is, he's taking at least an hour, sometimes two or three hours for each chapter. So it's probably going to take us two years to go through this. And it's totally free. I mean, I'm just doing it because I'm learning so much. And basically what you're learning is the way of the doubt nature's way. And the surface. That seems very simple. But these lessons, the more you hear them, and the more you truly understand them, the more profound they become. And you know, I've worked with all these great spiritual visionaries Marianne Williamson, Deepak Chopra, as I said, before, Neale Donald Walsch, and you know, they're great. But I have to say, if you want to go back to first principles, I'm becoming convinced that the Dow, the understanding of what the Dow means, particularly the way Dr. Shah interprets it, is kind of the fundamental face of all knowledge, it's really been intrigued. And so I've been learning that. So I'm very grateful to Master Chef for bringing all this to the world. And I'm also totally alive. But what's also was remarkable is, but 15 years ago, we did this film, tapping the source, and we interviewed over 100, major celebrities, authors, business leaders, billionaires. And what we learned was that the source of happiness for all of these people was very basic, it was finding a way to express gratitude every day, and finding a way to be of service to others. Well, then, push forward 10 years later, I'm studying, you know, Lao Tzu and the Tao. And what is the fundamental message from Master Sha? One, in his case, it's a little bit different. You start with forgiveness, so that my people didn't feel the need to ask for forgiveness. But Master Sha, you asked for forgiveness, then the next few things, express gratitude and be of service, my purpose of life is to serve. That's what Master Schultz presents. So I found that, wow, what I've been doing, you know, totally in what I would call the secular world, you know, just mainstream world is now sort of linking up with with Master Sha, which is admittedly, an esoteric traditions. I mean, not everyone is going to resonate, you know, with the Chinese language and the Chinese philosophy, but they really are one. And so I've really been having a lot of fun with this. And we're combining, we're starting to do these tapping the source summits. And so at the last one, we had Deepak and my good friend and client, Dr. Ervin Laszlo with Master Sha, and looking at these big questions, you know, where do we come from? Where are we going? Why are we here? What is the nature of reality? What is the nature of our universe, and it's really interesting as we as we go forward, because there is a common thread, and there is a way of raising the awareness of the average person, because it may not seem like it's such a big deal, but it's actually a very big deal. If the majority of people on our planet had a greater sense of who they really are, not just in terms of their personalities, not just in terms of their family backgrounds, but who they really are, as, for lack of a better word, spiritual beings, universal souls. When I was a bit, Brandon Handley 13:51 let me jump in here real quick. So, you know, one of the things I enjoyed in researching you was listening to an interview that you did with Jack Canfield, maybe 10 years ago, maybe 11 years ago, we talked about and just like you talked about here, you came from like a chemist, your father's a chemist, book publisher, going into this industry for yourself where even he'd mentioned to you I believe, you know, don't be a writer there's no money being a writer. And you know, you're and I can hear you I'm in the business world as well. And I can hear you rattling off numbers like you're a very your business acumen. You know, you're very focused on the business. Right. But you also you also co authored another book, is it tapping this horses? Welcome. Have it right in front of me? Yeah. Bill Gladstone 14:37 It was tapping the source. I should have brought him up, you know, show him to you. Brandon Handley 14:42 I didn't give you I didn't give you any prep on this. So Bill Gladstone 14:45 yeah, tapping the source which was Reus issued as a complete Master Key System. Tapping the source was brought to me by another one of my clients because he had become a big fan of Charles canal, Charles canals Master Key System. There's so many rumors about it, Bill Gates uses it Elon Musk, like circulated in Silicon Valley. But tapping the source was really a modern, updated version of The Master Key System. And Charles canal was the first writer who combined Eastern ideas with Western ideas. Napoleon Hill gave an owl credit for all of his work with thinking grow rich. And so Nell really was the source of information for what we now call the Human Development movement, which has been going on for about 100 years. Brandon Handley 15:38 So, and that wasn't until that was, like 1012 years ago that you tapped into that book. Were you aware of him before that? Bill Gladstone 15:47 Not at all, I had never even heard of Charles now. Your mind Brandon Handley 15:50 blown, like what it sounded like? You were just like, wow, what is this material and this is so amazing. Well, Bill Gladstone 15:55 not on this. And I have to be honest, I remember when I was very young, because, you know, it was in publishing already, I was living in New York, and I got invited to something called dare to be great. And it was, as far as I was concerned, a whole lot of hocus pocus and hype. And, you know, manifest this and envision that, you know, I just thought it was a lot of people trying to steal your money. So I've been very skeptical of this whole self help genre. Even though my father's article publishing was one of the leading publishers in self help. He also was very skeptical. So I was not that open when unkind. So Oh, I got this book, Master Key System and its depth. And the same thing, frankly, with the secret. And you know, even though a lot of my friends, like they're oversimplifying, and it's not that simple. But then when I read Charlson out, which was not as simple as a secret secret, actually had made reference to Charlson out, but I wasn't aware of who he was at the time. But the secret over simplified, Charles tau is very rigorous. That's why we had to write the book, it was 26 weeks to go through the course, in those days, you have to understand this 100 years ago, you had to pay a dime for each. So it was $2.60, which is probably like $2,000 today, but you had to complete each each lesson. And then you get the next week's lesson. And each lesson required an hour of meditation. And it was very complicated. But when I finally read the material, I understand why Napoleon Hill and others had gravitated to Charlson else, he really had found some principles. And, you know, they've been misrepresented too often. For example, the law of attraction, according to Charles now, is really the law of love. And it simply means if you're emanating energy of love, you're going to draw energy of love back doesn't mean you're going to get a one to one correspondence, you send out energy of love to someone who's, you know, in a bad mood, and he, they're not going to send you back love, they may send you back, but you know, something you don't want. But over time, if you if you if you are able to generate energetic fields of positive energy, positive energy will be drawn to you. And this is very interesting. Turning back to the master shot, because now I'm beginning to understand what happens with these calligraphies. He puts so much love into these calligraphies. It's creating a field. And so it's not Hocus Pocus, there's actually reality to what is going on here. But yes, I have a very rounded and I think my mother, my mother was very inspiration. He wanted to save the world, she really had a big heart, my father wanted to have fun, and he wanted to win. So he came up with all these ideas. And he made a lot of money doing things that nobody else had ever done in book publishing. And he had a lot of fun doing it. And he never took any of it too seriously, in terms of the actual content of the books. So I kind of have this combination. I like to have fun, and I like to make money. It's fun. And I've made a lot of money. I mean, it's really, if you look at everything we've done, it's in the billions of dollars, not that I've personally made but that I've generated for the book publishing industry, and a lot of it for my authors and a lot of it for myself and my company. So I even wrote a book called be the deal that I wrote in seven days because I also launched the very first print on demand book company, and we needed proof of concept. So the first print on demand book ever written by a solo author and have to say that because the same day that I finished my manuscript, we got hold of the Star Report The thing about Clinton at the time and the sex scandal with money. So that was actually the very first print on demand book. Mine was the first solo authored book, and we actually got an investment of $28 million from Barnes and Noble based on we now had proof of concept. So yes, I I have this wonderful combination of, from my mother, I get this sense of, you know, purpose and wanting to help others. And then for my dad, I get this feeling of, hey, let's have fun. And let's see how much money we can make and what we can do. And I think that they go together. Well, I think that when, you know, like, we changed our mission statement about 20 years ago to waterside productions exists to help authors and publishers create and distribute books that will make a better world. So that's really what our focus has been. And if you focus on creating a better world, and having fun, you're probably want to make a lot of money. If you're if you're successful in doing that. Brandon Handley 20:40 You know, absolutely. How could you not right. And, and I think that there are ways that you could not obviously, but if you take a look at to see, you know, to it's funny that you did that project with Charles Sinawe, I did a project myself on that on that same book, right? I did, I created an audio, where I put like, isochronic tones and like bio rhythms and like the sounds of nature, all behind the reading of the book, so that, you know, somebody could listen to it in that same way, right? And just kind of get the content and I released it in the same way that he released it, like in a weekly format, right? Because the way that it was originally meant to be consumed was just like our online courses today. Right? It's just, that's what he was doing back then. So I thought that that was pretty interesting. But you know, what you're doing whether or not you know it, or knew it at the time was you were being you were already being of service. And I think that I think that um, you know, Wallace D wattles also talks about this, which is not the guy, but Napoleon Hill talks about how if you're if you're doing these whether or not you know, you're using the law of attraction, like your friends, Jack Canfield, and all these other people are gonna say, you're, you're, you're using it, right? So you're being of service, you're helping people get access to some of these books, you may not already believe half of the stuff that you're seeing in here, like, whatever. And you brought up something really, really, really important, in my opinion, is you went to this, you went to this seminar, called dare to be great. And you're like, are these guys selling snake oil? Right, is basically what you're saying. But here you are selling calligraphy? Yeah, right. What has changed, I think inherently and you because again, the deck the Jack Canfield audio, you talked about you said you weren't that into personal development at that time, and in this space so much. But seems though, over these past 10 years, maybe maybe maybe longer, that you've kind of fell into the space, and you're believing more like you're talking about emanating this love, and it's gonna come Bill Gladstone 22:41 back, basically, it's seeing the results, seeing that it works. I mean, when I went to that dare to be great seminar, I mean, the guys, I mean, they look like used car salesmen, I just didn't get a good vibe from them. And I don't know, whatever happened with that organization, you know, I didn't list but you know, it's kind of like any of these. And, you know, Scientology, I think is the same. I mean, I hesitate, because you got to watch out for these organizations that have come after negatives. But sure, they're really self based organizations, they're not real, that they claim to be of service to others. But if you go behind the scenes, you find out that's not really the case. So you do have to be careful. And exercise caution. Butcher, when you do find an organization like Master Chavez, and I've done all the research, I mean, I've met all the people. That's why I wrote the book. I mean, it's really selfless. I mean, he's not, he doesn't need money, he doesn't care about money for himself, yes, his organization to grow, and he does care about having the biggest impact. Well, you know, what is money? Money is energy. If you don't have it, you're not gonna grow. But yes, it's more seeing the results. I mean, I've personally spoken and met with dozens, really hundreds of people whose lives have been significantly improved, because of either the calligraphies, or the teachings of master shots. So you know, I've seen the results. And you know, he's not a perfect human being I'm sure he's had his failures. And, you know, he's very cautious to say, I'm not guaranteeing anything for everybody. And there's one thing about Dr. Shah that, you know, I'm, I was super skeptical of because it was too easy. explanation why things wouldn't work, which is, in the end, it's all about karma. And if you have bad karma, I can't help you. I mean, I can't help you. But I can totally help you because you we each have our karma and our path. And there is truth to that. But I was skeptical because well, that's too easy. If it doesn't work. It's all on the patient. So, you know, but then, as I've dealt more and more master shot, I've seen that he is authentic and that his system And does work. And I'm still on the fence. I just had this conversation with master shot a few days ago about the nature of karma because as I become more immersed in, in, in Lao Tzu and the DAT karma exists according to master shot at the level of the human experience of the, the world of things, we have the world of nothingness in the world of things. And I've always been sort of more drawn philosophically to the world of nothing is the world that includes nothing is and the world of things. And in the world of nothing is obviously there's no karma. And in terms of my personal experience with karma, I have a very different view. I don't actually believe there's time or space. In the real universe, the universe we experience obviously has time and space. So in that limited universe, which is really a universe of illusion, yes, there's karma. But ultimately, there's not even that there's there's there's a universal, energetic connection, to all of existence. And at that very, very deep level. There's, there is no karma there is no, there is no judgment of any kind. This is what allows and teaches the doubt, which is the source of the source. And we can't even I mean, like we think of the the source. And it allows you even said, the Dow that I described in my teachings is not the real doubt. And it's the same thing. We as human beings can't even contemplate what the true essence of all existence is. It's beyond comprehension. But we have good approximations. And we can learn a lot by aspiring to be aligned with the nature of existence itself. And that's really all that all the spiritual teachers are saying, when you say Be of service will be of service to whom? Well, you're really ultimately being of service to the energy of existence itself. And the energy of existence is magnificent. It's everything, even what we consider evil, is it still energy, and all existences is a play of energy. And within each realm, there is good and evil. And it's very important to sort of raise our vibration so that we experienced the highest possible reality we can. But ultimately, it's all play the way I explain it to people. If you have kids, you probably have gone to some little league games, and Little League is great right now their Little League World Series, I actually prefer watching that over major league baseball. Anyway, you see these kids, and you know, they're playing, and they're playing their hearts out. And during the game, nothing matters except the game, and you play by the rules of the game. But guess what it says the game is over. It was just a little league game, it really didn't matter at all? Well, at a very big level. That's our own experience as human beings, we're playing a game, and it matters, it matters a lot. You know, whether you are treating people well, whether you have children, your grandchildren, you have someone that you love that loves you, all those things are really important. But when you leave this planet, when you leave your human form, that was nice, but it represented less than less than a finger of your existence. So you know, if you can start having that perspective, and I think even somebody like Putin would think twice about murdering all the people that he's murdering, I mean, it's going to catch up in a different universe, perhaps. But you know, if we could combine this larger sense of how we are all individual, that we're also all one, we're all interconnected, we're all part of the same energy flow. I think we we'd have a much better world. Brandon Handley 28:48 Like, did you see yourself like in this space? 1015 years ago? Could you imagine yourself talking like this? Bill Gladstone 28:57 I don't know, if I didn't give it any thought one way or the other. It doesn't surprise me. I mean, cuz I've always had, as I said, because of my mother. I always had this interest in sort of the non material. Also, one of the reasons, you know, I probably evolved this way. And I covered this a little bit in the film, tapping the sources. When I was 15, I had a near death experience. And I was I was gone. I mean, it was an interesting experience. But I was I was on my way to wherever it is, you know, I was headed, and it wasn't on this planet. And I was not forced to leave. I was, you know, sort of given a choice. And, frankly, I mean, I'll tell the story because it's kind of interesting. So I was 15 years old, and I had the flu. And I had a really bad case of the flu kind of thing. COVID It wasn't good. And those days we actually had a family physician, and he would make house calls. But he said it was February and I was living in Westchester County and it was kind of snowy and you know traveled was not that easy. And he said, Look, I'm really busy. I can't make house calls. But you know, I've got other patients who've come down with this flu. I've got something that I think will help if you can bring Bill in. So my mom drove me over. And, you know, the doctor looked at me said, Yep, I think you've got the symptoms here. I'm gonna give you the shot. This should work. He gave me the shot. He said, I'll be right back in a minute. And next thing, my memories, I'm gone. I'm like in bliss. And I'm, my bliss is interrupted, because I hear this loud voice. And I said, Oh, what's that lead voice? Oh, that man. That man's very upset. Oh, that man's wearing a white coat. Oh, that man must be a doctor. Why is he upset? Oh, he's upset because that body on the floor is not responding. Oh, that's my body, I better get back into that body. So the doctor won't be upset. But there was no idea that I better get back in my body because I'm going to be dead. It didn't occur to me. And it didn't matter to me. And having had that experience, which at the time was not that common and very little was known about near death experiences. Moody had not even written his first book on afterlife. So I was actually discouraged mostly by my father, but also even by my mother, don't talk about this. Nobody wants to hear you're valedictorian of your school. Everybody thinks, you know, you do all the sports your captain, a couple of sports team, this isn't gonna get you very far talking about this kind of stuff. Just stick stick to your normal life. It's an interesting experience you had my dad is the chemists was, Oh, you didn't have any oxygen. It was all hallucination. You know, don't take any of it too seriously. Well, it took me about 20 years when I started uncovering that other people had had similar experiences that I realized, no, my dad was wrong. In this case, my experience was authentic. And so because of that experience, I've always been kind of aware that there's a lot more going on here than just what meets the eye. Brandon Handley 32:01 I got it. What do you mean? And so how do you feel like you became this lightning rod or catalyst for so many of these prominent authors? Like how did you find yourself in that space? Well, it's very hidden, because Bill Gladstone 32:15 I certainly didn't set out to do this. I was the leading agent in the world for books about technology. We, even before we did that the dummies series, we had had 500 best selling books, we represented over 25% of all the best sellers at the time when computers first evolved. And that happened really, through a relationship I had with Andy Kay, the founder of nonlinear systems, which became K Pro computer. So I was given access to all these computer documentation writers, so we started representing them. And overnight, we became the leading source of books about technology. But like many things, we did the very first books on the internet and everything on the supercomputers, we created the very source of our demise. Because the internet made it unnecessary to buy a book. I mean, not for everybody, but we used to sell, oh, I don't know, in a single year, 5 million copies of Windows for Dummies, for example. Now we still sell it but you know, I think it's down to like 100 200,000 copies, which is not insignificant, but compared to 5 million that so when you know in our business was was booming, and you know, we were doing great business, but then when the internet crashed and the need for these books also fade because there wasn't as much innovation. I mean, there's you know, like, Okay, now with that Twitter and me, there's still things happening. But compared to the boom of the late 80s, early 90s, where you had a new computer, a new software program, and these things, you know, just took the world by storm, you actually had more space in a Barnes and Noble dedicated to computer books than to fiction. You had an entire wall, it looks anyway. So we have this great success. And then it started to go down. And I had one call when the very first books I'd ever aged. It was the Sphinx in the rainbow by David Lai. And David was an extraordinary human being he just passed recently in his 90s. And I actually signed the book to publish it when I was editor in chief for Harcourt Brace Yovanovitch here in San Diego, but I left her court to create waterside productions. And they canceled the book because they have an editor who even understood the book because this book was way ahead of its time. It was explaining the nature of the ability to predict the future based on hologram sick concept of the universe. And also why sometimes a prediction would be wrong. Anyway, it was it was too sophisticated for anyone left it hardcore. So I got a call from Dave and he says what do I do and I say oh Don't worry, I know people in New York and other places. I'll I'll do some aging on the side because I actually sit at Waterside productions to be a film company, not a literary agency. So that was really what got me into the agent in the first place. And I did sell that book whose first book I ever sold. I actually sold it Shambala, which, interesting. They then that book went out of print 20 years later, and David revised the book and we sold it to enter tradition. So it's still in print with a new title and arrow through time. But the reason I mentioned this is okay, so after David, I got involved with all the computers, I turned down people, including Tony Robbins, because too much time to deal with them compared to what I could do. I could sell 10 books on computers, one of which would sell at least a million copies in a day. And you know, Tony, I love Tony and we met. But you know, he needed a lot of hand holding that time and guidance. And I was like, Tony, just not really worth my time. So yeah, I don't regret it, you know, would have been worth my time as it turned out, but you know, who could have predicted it? In any event? Yeah, I've turned that I've made bigger mistakes. I turned down Jeff Bezos, I could have been one of the seed investors of Amazon, back down because the business plan didn't make any sense to me. So I've made my mistakes. I don't know what's interesting. But back to David Loy. So David calls me up. And it's just the right time. He says, I've got this friend. His name is Dr. Ervin Laszlo and he's written about 30 books, but none of them have sold more than 5000 copies. And I think you'd really enjoy working with him and he needs a good agent. So that's how I got connected with Irving. And Ervin was already at that time considered the leading systems theorist in the world, he had studied Alfred North Whitehead, and he really had, you know, he was just amazing. He had created this organization called the club of Budapest because he was also a naturally gifted concert pianist. He was a member of the Club of Rome. And the Club of Rome said nobody's paying attention, because they, this is back in 1972, the limits of growth really was the precursor to warnings about global warming, and everything else. But nobody was paying attention. So they said, you know, they seem to pay attention to celebrities, you're kind of a celebrity, you know, create a writers and poets organization. And he did and you had people like, yo, yo, LA and Peter Gabriel, and the Dalai Lama, anyways, credible organization. So I met with our event, and we became good friends, and I was able to, it actually was a lot of work more work than probably any book I've been involved with he because he was a scientist. And he wrote this book, which eventually became the Akashic science in the Akashic field actually, blanking on the title, the exact title, but we ended up having I rewrote the book myself, it was only 120 pages. And then I got the editor who had worked with Deepak Chopra, science and the Akashic field was a final title. And I got the editor who had worked with Hawking and Brief History of Time, and then he edited it after I rewrote it. Anyway, it took two years, and the books only about 160 pages. Because what we had to do is we had to take these very complex concepts and get them down to a level where ordinary people could understand them. And what was fascinating was, Dr. Laszlo was showing how new scientific concepts parallel, ancient intuitive wisdom about the nature of reality, the Akashic field, if people don't know about the Akashic records, it's the belief that everything that's ever happened is stored the information is stored. And the reality that modern science is now showing is that that's probably the case. It's not a superstition, everything does exist in successful anyway. So I represented Irving and once I represented Ervin that sort of opened the box, and I had actually sold a book to Neale Donald Walsch because he had his own imprint and Hampton Roads, but I hadn't representative but once I did Urban's book, it just opened the door, and then all these people started coming to me, and this business is very small. If you represent two or three of them, you know, Eckhart came to me, and that's a wonderful story of how all that happens. But when you have two or three of these big superstars, everybody thinks you're a genius and you have the magic touch. So they all just come to you. And because I've always been accessible, and very honest, I mean, one of the things that's remarkable is my father because I work for his company. I remember after the first week, he looked at me and he said, You may be too honest for this business. You know, publishing just have a lot of hype all media does. I actually know there's a lot of hyperbole will be kind of not outright deception. So and I've just never been, you know, I I don't know just my nature. I I can't lie, I just, you know, I have to be who I am. And I have told you. So, you know, that's very attractive, because, you know, you want to be able to trust your agent. So sure, that's, that's one of the reasons I think, you know, we've been so successful. I've actually never solicited a client. All of my clients have come through referrals. So, you know, interesting, it's just, you know, and but back to your idea of the energy. Yeah, there's kind of an energy field. I think that calligraphy helps actually, I think, to create the the vortex, but I've always had it I mentioned this semester, you're shocked because he like, you know, well, why don't you share that, you know, some of your success comes from all these calligraphies. And things I said, Well, that's true. But you know, I want to be honest, I've always had this success, actually what the calligraphies are doing for me more than that, is allowing me to enjoy the success at a higher level. Because I do have what I did, I think I've gotten a little better at it very impulsive side, where I've thrown money at things, very foolishly I've given people I shouldn't have given them and being more respectful. And I think part of it is because of my interactions with master shot and the field that I think he continues to help create. But yeah, there's kind of a vortex of energy right here in my little office, where I don't have to do anything, I just wake up every morning and out of the blue and pretty good right now it's sort of intensified, I have had at least six billionaires contacting me in the last year, all from either want us to age them or publish them. And, you know, you can't invent stuff like this. It just it's kind of miraculous, to listen Brandon Handley 41:41 to another Tibetan Buddhism book. I forget the Masters name, but he has his line. It sounds kind of like your life at this point in time, right? I have everything in the world comes to me. Right? That's kind of what he says. And there you are. Right, you are that vortex the energy is coming back into you. And I love it. What's bill? What's next for you? Your What are your thoughts? What do you where do you see, Bill Gladstone 42:05 I actually see, what do you know, my main focus, you know, I maintain my health, you know, enjoy my, my kids and my grandkids? And, you know, try to give back. So how do I get back, it's what I do best. So yeah, we're just doing everything at a higher level, we're starting to do these big concerts for Masters shot, I think we're going to reach a lot of people through those. We're going to do calligraphy, exhibitions, I think we'll reach a lot of people through that, we'll continue to do our NF T's non fungible tokens for other authors, I just signed up Napoleon Hill Foundation to do some NF T's and working with Mark watts, son of Alan Watts to do some NF T's. They're interesting. And some of these billionaire clients that are coming to me, I've been a big champion of heart mass. And so they have, they have a new initiative, and there may be one level of it, which also includes NF T's which are able to measure your individual contribution to creating global coherence award you in some way, for positive behavior that leads to coherence. I do think that coherence and raising human awareness is kind of the most important contribution that I can make. And I think that I'm in a position where more and more things are coming together, I can envision sort of like the equivalent of you know, Live Aid concerts, you know, beyond just semester shot, just major healing concerts that raise awareness, and that, you know, make a positive contribution. I also think that, you know, there's a reason, I mean, some of these billionaires have called me up and said, You know, I had a reading, they have their own spiritual paths and my spiritual, some of them that have basically said that I was predestined to appear in their lives, and we're supposed to do something together. And none of us know exactly what we're supposed to do. But there's a number of things that I can envision. And I just say, you know, it's sort of like, I always go back to the movie of the young man, Karate Kid, wax on wax off, and you know, then eventually, you get into the main stage. And despite everything I've done, I really think most of what I've done is kind of wax on wax off. It's not really the main event. And I kind of feel that I'm still not quite on the main stage yet. But that's coming very soon. And you know, we have a number of things we want to do we want to reissue the type of the source film, you want to interview, more. Spirit wasn't Brandon Handley 44:36 able to get that on and wasn't able to want to watch it really quick. And I wasn't able to find it on Amazon Prime. Bill Gladstone 44:41 Well, because we've taken it down temporarily because we re edited it out it, just send me an email after this and I'll get it out to you and you'll love it. It's really, I mean, I watched it after 10 years and mostly is due to my wife's production and editing. But it's really I mean but it's it's fantastic. It's just, it's so inspiring. And so wise, there's so much wisdom. It's the kind of thing you could watch five or six times, and you'll learn something new every time. But yeah, I see that happening. I see interviewing more, and just getting more visibility for the kinds of things that I have been doing and being more. That's why I'm doing the show with you. I mean, I don't need it. And I don't seek it. I don't not enjoy it. But it's not, it's not necessary for me to be, you know, you know, I did all that in my 20s. But if it's going to serve, I'm very happy to do I mean, I was on the Today Show I was on, you know, I've done a lot. You know, I've done a lot that, you know, most people and myself included when I was very young, it was like, oh, boy, that would be the pinnacle of this and the pinnacle. And I'm in a nice place where, yeah, I mean, happy, you know, to be on Oprah or something like that, but I've never really thought it and, you know, despite my ability to sort of speak and be friendly, kind of very happy on my own. Just, you know, I wouldn't say I'm an introvert, but you know, I don't need a lot of outside. Recognition. It's never been something that was important to me. Brandon Handley 46:16 Sure. No, that's important, too. So I mean, you you've played, you played a major role. I think in the spiritual evolution of so many people, and not a lot of people know that you've played that role, which I think is it's pretty, it's pretty neat. And again, it goes back to you have been of service all these years, so many people, they just may not know you directly. And that's what I thought. Bill Gladstone 46:39 It's very interesting. You say that, because one of my very closest friends passed just a few months ago, Michael, guys. And about 10 years ago, I was going through, you know, we all have challenges. And I don't know, there's some things that were going wrong. And I actually was feeling like a failure. I actually was. And I remember Mike and I have known each other. I actually started waterside in his office, you know, 40 years ago, 40 plus, and he just said, Bill, you've helped so many people, just with the computer books, do you realize how many millions of people, hundreds of millions of people have benefited from what you've done, that was really a wake up call. And it really got me through that little bad stretch. It was like, Okay, I'm not a complete failure. I've done something of value. But yeah, it's interesting. We just did a class on the Dow with Lao Tzu and the greatest leader is the leader that no one even recognizes. The greatest leader doesn't even get recognition. The next level of great leader, yeah, they get a lot of admiration and praise, but the greatest leader leads in such a way that no one even knows, he or she is the leader, Brandon Handley 47:50 Will. Again, you, like you said you didn't have to take this time. And I definitely appreciate you being on here today. You are rereleasing Master Sha book and the power of the Dow. Yeah. Bill Gladstone 48:04 This is really something if you've never heard of Dr. Master shots, this new edition, this is just a mock up of the cover. It's really worth reading. I mean, it's a fun read. I've gotten a lot of positive feedback. And it's done is the story. It's not, you know, it's like how I met him and interviews with a lot of different people. But I think it really will open people's eyes. And I really do feel that he's not received to date, the kind of visibility that someone of that caliber and have that ability to give deserve. So yeah, of everything for this interview. That would be the one thing I would hope your fans pick up on. But yeah, it's happened to source the movie. You can go back, you know, Amazon is still this was my most successful book, The 12. It's really, you know, it's all over. Brandon Handley 48:50 I remember seeing that I remember seeing that cover quite a bit, especially Bill Gladstone 48:55 this book we published to a major publisher, and we got it into the airports and you know, it really, we can say it's close to getting the movie deal done. And that wasn't millions, and it could still happen. I've actually figured out a way to do it. But yeah, though, if you want to have a really good read, and understand that the Mayan calendar is real. And it never predicted the end of the physical universe. It predicted the end of the energetic universe, and we're actually in a new energy every 26,000 years, there's a new energetic field. And think of a sunset. If you're unless you're looking at the sun when it sets. You don't really know the difference between 10 seconds before sunset, and 10 seconds after. When you're at the scale of 26,000 years. 10 years is like 10 seconds. So we are in a new era is happening. You can see it in a lot of different ways. The fact that the world seems worse right now, doesn't necessarily mean that we're not actually entered In a better era, whether it evolves in the way that it's intended to or not, it's really up to each and every one of us. Each and every one of us has a role to play. Even if it's just at the level of your thoughts, thoughts do create events. And that's why I'm interested in ideas of global resonance. And I'm interested in being on shows like this. Because if you're full of negative thoughts, you're going to draw negativity. If you're full of positive thoughts, you're going to attract positive energy. So that I think is absolutely demonstrated. And so anything that I can do to help people sort of reframe their personal existences in a more positive way, I'm delighted to do so. Brandon Handley 50:46 Thank you so much. But where can people find out more about what it is you're doing? Where would you like people to go? Bill Gladstone 50:51 Oh, my gosh, well, the best is, I guess, just WWE waterside.com. I am not into self promotion. So I don't really know. I mean, yeah, all the people that I work with it they probably think Bill you're getting this tends to promote what we're doing. I didn't do it. So maybe they will send you afterwards and you can put up on the screen for sure website. I probably shouldn't reveal this. But I even though I'm a champion, while the technology I don't use it, I still have a flip phone. I don't I've never searched the web. I don't use I don't use the modern technology, people that work for me do. But I really, you know, if I could, you know, I'm very happy sort of living in the old 20th century. Having actual lunches with people COVID has been tough on me on that business has actually been better than ever because everybody was stuck at home and they were all reading and writing. So you know, but yeah, I miss I miss the human interaction. And technology in May is useful. And you know, I'm so grateful that we can do this zoom call. This is close to personal, but it's not the same as face to face meeting so Brandon Handley 51:59 I couldn't agree more. Couldn't agree more. So I will share out whatever you're able to share with the audience bill and again, thanks for being on today. Bill Gladstone 52:06 It was a pleasure. Thank you. Yes, sir. Transcribed by https://otter.ai

Pod on Lansdowne
Podcast of the Spheres (ft. Julian McWilliams)

Pod on Lansdowne

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 78:57


FOLLOW US ON TWITTER AND INSTAGRAM: @PODONLANSDOWNE . We were pleased to have the Boston Globe's own Julian McWilliams on the show this week! During our conversation, we talked about his journey to becoming a Red Sox reporter--from playing in the Little League World Series (!!!!) and professional ball, to making the move from Oakland to Boston on the beat. Much, much more interesting stuff to hear from this interesting guy, you'll all enjoy it. As for the regular nonsense: the sun has begun to set on a disappointing 2022 Red Sox season, so let's talk about the future. Y'know who's got a bright one? Brayan Bello! The raw stuff is obviously there, but how will he fare going forward? Y'know who might not have a bright future? Those who handled Ted Williams head. Yikes. Opening song is "Baseball" by Hippo Campus, closing song is "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" by Aerosmith (OWWW!!!!), the song in the middle before the Julian interview is the instrumental to "Happiness" by The 1975.

Patriot Sports Radio
We Called It The Fish Wine

Patriot Sports Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 71:10


John is on vacation again, but he found the time to join us. Rex Ryan will be on the next Amazing Race. UNLV has a turnover slot machine, which of course led down a rabbit hole of sideline props. Get ready for 12 CFP teams! Aaron Rodgers did The Joe Rogan Experience awhile ago, so we had to get to that. Hawaii won the Little League World Series, did the Birmingham Stallions ever get their parade? Prayers up for Mark in Milwaukee.

What School You Went?
Little League World Champions (with Gerald Oda)

What School You Went?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 23:20


Ahead of the parade celebrating our Little League World Series champions, team manager Gerald Oda talks about Hawaiʻi's triumphant return to South Williamsport, and tells you why today's gonna be a great day.Support the show

Road to Detroit: Detroit Tigers Prospects
Road to Detroit Ep13 – Crouching Tiger, Not So Hidden Talent

Road to Detroit: Detroit Tigers Prospects

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 76:28


Tigers catching prospect Josh Crouch has forced his way onto the franchise's Top 30 prospects list after a standout season in West Michigan. Dan Hasty gets the breakdown on Crouch's breakout season. Later on, Jonathan Schoop finds time during his West Michigan rehab assignment to look back on his unforgettable run in the Little League World Series. And saving the best for last, it's Mailbag time, as the boys answer your burning questions on the Road to Detroit. 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

A Good Old Fashioned Podcast
Episode 18 - Little League of Their Own

A Good Old Fashioned Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 33:10


Davey and Adam explore Davey's take on the Little League World Series...

Open Your Eyes with McKay Christensen
S2E20 - Your Amazing Grace

Open Your Eyes with McKay Christensen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 30:53


Today, McKay delves into the concept of becoming a person of grace and a leader who leads with grace. He shares an inspiring example of grace from the most recent Little League World Series playoffs. Like the little leaguers, when we extend grace to others, we become more inspiring. And that's needed in our world today. While grace is incredibly motivational and encouraging, not many people actually engage in demonstrating or offering it, but we can all start.  McKay spends much of the episode characterizing someone leading with grace as someone who cares more about making things right than being right themselves, someone who is grateful, generous, and someone who is content to listen first before they speak.  Leading with grace isn't always easy though.  It requires a certain discipline and willingness to sacrifice.  Nothing is more inspiring and motivating though than a graceful leader.  So encourage others with your grace, and soon you will see that you too can make a positive impact.   The Finer Details of This Episode:  Great moments in Little League History President Bush's moment of grace Making things right  Gratitude and unassuming generosity Being content to listen The value of encouragement Quotes:  “These two girls were playing pitch and catch as they linked generations of girls together who love the game of baseball.” “There, on that day at the regional finals, two 12-year-old boys, with the game on the line, put aside their own aspirations and demonstrated the type of grace and sportsmanship that is lacking in so many professional sports played by grown men today.” “Grace reminds us that leadership starts with the leader but it's never about the leader.” “Grace is so easy to give and so powerful when it is received.  Hillary Clinton says the letter made her cry when she first read it and she cried again when she heard Bush had passed away years later.” “And it isn't that people of grace give lots of money or even lots of time.  They simply give of themselves, of their own attention.” “There is something about people of grace that is content to wait for their time and let others have theirs.  There is a certain discipline to grace. We sacrifice, we temper the need to give to ourselves.” Links:   https://www.mckaychristensen.org/ (McKay Christensen Homepage)

Up On Game
"Sportsmanship Is What Makes This Time Special" UP ON GAME PRESENTS Conversations With A Legend LLWS CEO Stephen Keener

Up On Game

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 27:26


Subscribe/Rate/Review to Up On Game Presents on the iHeartRadio App, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts! WATCH FULL EPISODES ON THE UP ON GAME NETWORK YOUTUBE CHANNEL JUST SEARCH UP ON GAME NETWORK When we talk about Conversations With A Legend, nothing is more legendary than what the Little League World Series means to kids, parents, and nations. In this exclusive interview, LaVar Arrington talks with Little League CEO Stephen (Steve) Keener. From his beginnings as an intern in the 1980s to his position now, Stephen still gets excited for the kids that step on the diamond in Williamsport, PA. Keener tells you the backstory of the pitch that struck Isaiah Jarvis in the head. Plus, Stephen has some helpful tips for the parents of these special athletes.  UP On GAME Presents Conversations With A Legend. LaVar Arrington is sitting down with the best from the field, the stage, and beyond. These are intimate conversations and storytelling with legendary humans about their lives and successful careers. In this episode, LaVar Arrington talks with Little League CEO Stephen (Steve) Keener. ====== SOCIAL ====== Twitter/Instagram @littleleagueceo @upongamenetwork @lavararrington Facebook little league #upongame #fsrweekends See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
"Sportsmanship Is What Makes This Time Special" UP ON GAME PRESENTS Conversations With A Legend LLWS CEO Stephen Keener

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 27:26


Subscribe/Rate/Review to Up On Game Presents on the iHeartRadio App, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts! WATCH FULL EPISODES ON THE UP ON GAME NETWORK YOUTUBE CHANNEL JUST SEARCH UP ON GAME NETWORK When we talk about Conversations With A Legend, nothing is more legendary than what the Little League World Series means to kids, parents, and nations. In this exclusive interview, LaVar Arrington talks with Little League CEO Stephen (Steve) Keener. From his beginnings as an intern in the 1980s to his position now, Stephen still gets excited for the kids that step on the diamond in Williamsport, PA. Keener tells you the backstory of the pitch that struck Isaiah Jarvis in the head. Plus, Stephen has some helpful tips for the parents of these special athletes.  UP On GAME Presents Conversations With A Legend. LaVar Arrington is sitting down with the best from the field, the stage, and beyond. These are intimate conversations and storytelling with legendary humans about their lives and successful careers. In this episode, LaVar Arrington talks with Little League CEO Stephen (Steve) Keener. ====== SOCIAL ====== Twitter/Instagram @littleleagueceo @upongamenetwork @lavararrington Facebook little league #upongame #fsrweekends See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Barry On Deck
#536 - The new Big 12 won't matter, plenty more hot sports takes, and my mom!

Barry On Deck

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 116:24


Today's Rundown: Intro (I get all emo...again) A HEATED DEBATE SPILL OVER FROM TWITTER - Are you team sleep with a fan or team no fan? Shout out to the Chat Sports topics for today (all straight out of the headlines) Little League World Series title game ratings dip, still top MLB's weekend Astros starter Justin Verlander placed on 15-day injured list with calf injury Jackson State football team in ‘crisis mode' over water shortage Big 12 in contract discussions with ESPN and Fox, BUT IT WON'T MATTER! Cameron Smith, Joaquin Niemann among 6 players leaving PGA Tour for LIV Golf My mom joins me in hour 2 and boy do we have fun!   This is episode #536 of Barry On Deck, my sports and entertainment show that I stream every weekday on Twitch here  ▶ https://bit.ly/BODTwitch My stream schedule is: Mon-Thu 2-4pm (CST) | Fri 11a - 1p (CST)  SUBSCRIBE ON TWITCH: https://bit.ly/BODTwitch SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/barryonsports?sub_confirmation=1 MERCH: https://barryondeck.com/shop ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- INSTAGRAM ▶▶ https://instagram.com/barryondeck TIKTOK ▶▶ https://tiktok.com/@barryondeck FACEBOOK ▶▶ https://facebook.com/barryondeck TWITTER   ▶▶ https://twitter.com/barryondeck PATREON  ▶▶ https://patreon.com/barryondeck ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks for watching #BarryOnDeck

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
Junior's Sports Report

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 3:20


Kier gives us the latest with the Little League World Series.  We also pray for Brian Robinson who was shot during an attempted robbery.  $18M swing that club.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

CNN News Briefing
5 PM ET: Mississippi water crisis, Nigeria building collapse, injured Little Leaguer & more

CNN News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 4:30


The governor of Mississippi has declared a state of emergency over a water shortage in one city. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says he wants UN's nuclear watchdog agency to do more than inspect a Ukrainian plant under constant shelling. Updated Covid-19 boosters targeting the Omicron variant could be given the green light this week. A building collapse in Kano, Nigeria has sparked a major rescue effort. Lastly, a Little League World Series player who survived a freak accident makes a request to his supporters.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Armstrong & Getty One More Thing
Is Everything In American Being Ruined?

Armstrong & Getty One More Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 9:37


For decades, the Little League World Series has brought joy to baseball fans around the world.  But does one team's dominance point to a need for a change of attitude?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

5 Things
Trump search affidavit reveals confidential source documents found at Mar-a-Lago

5 Things

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 12:04


New alarms have been raised. Plus, monkeypox cases are dropping globally, markets dip after comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, college football returns and the Little League World Series wraps up.(Audio: Associated Press)See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Fantasy Focus Baseball
Binge Worthy Television

Fantasy Focus Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 45:38


Hembo joins Buster to discuss being on the verge of fatherhood, lineup protection, Albert Pujols' renaissance, a 39-year-old pitcher at the peak of his powers and Bryce Harper's return. Then, Karl Ravech stops by to talk about Hawaii's dominance in the Little League World Series, Paul Goldschmidt in the hunt for the triple crown, if the NL Central race is officially over, whether the Red Sox are dead or alive and Nestor Cortez's groin issue. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
Binge Worthy Television

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 45:38


Hembo joins Buster to discuss being on the verge of fatherhood, lineup protection, Albert Pujols' renaissance, a 39-year-old pitcher at the peak of his powers and Bryce Harper's return. Then, Karl Ravech stops by to talk about Hawaii's dominance in the Little League World Series, Paul Goldschmidt in the hunt for the triple crown, if the NL Central race is officially over, whether the Red Sox are dead or alive and Nestor Cortez's groin issue. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

View from the Cheap Seats with the Sklar Brothers
David Egbo and Justice Summerset

View from the Cheap Seats with the Sklar Brothers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 64:50


Jason and Randy are joined by David Egbo and Justice Summerset from the Don't Trip podcast! Quick hits: Kenny Lofton is being sued, the Little League World Series, and people can't take L's anymore. To wrap, the guys chat with the worm! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Fearless with Jason Whitlock
Ep 247 | Jason Whitlock Exposes Dave Portnoy & Barstool Sports

Fearless with Jason Whitlock

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 101:17


Social media erupted Tuesday night as Barstool's Dave Portnoy unleashed a barrage of tweets and a “press release” in response to Jason's column about Portnoy's brand of bootleg masculinity. Between a request for fellatio and fat jokes, Portnoy's Twitter tantrum only served to further expose the sports bro as a fraud. In this episode's fire-starter, Jason doesn't hold back: “Narcissism, cocaine, insecurity, and shallowness prevent Dave Portnoy from acknowledging his betrayal.” Jason outlines Portnoy's journey from sports media start-up to sports media sellout. “Portnoy is a sellout. He has no interest in bringing people together. His interests are in lining his pockets. I'd have no problem if he'd just admit it. He's white LeBron James.” Primetime Alex Stein joins the show and exposes Portnoy's pettiness for firing an employee for a phone call. Plus, Shemeka Michelle brings attorney Ben Crump before Judge Jason on charges against Free Black Intelligence for leading the outrage over an incident at the Little League World Series. And in a special edition of "Tennessee Harmony," Barry McKeen of Grace Christian School in Florida joins the show to discuss the recent controversy involving a long-standing policy against homosexuality at the private school. And Pastor Anthony Walker shares his thoughts on the matter.     We want to hear from the Fearless Army!! Join the conversation in the show chat, leave a comment or email Jason at Fearless@TheBlaze.com   SHOW OUTLINE 00:00 Intro Shout Out from Jason: Do you love gifts? Would you want to request a personal shout out for yourself, family or friends from Jason Whitlock?! Click either link below to get the official Shout Out app for Apple or Android and request a personal shout out from Jason Whitlock! Shout Out for Apple:  https://apps.apple.com/us/app/shoutout/id1541540629 Shout Out for Android:  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.shoutoutapp Get 10% off Blaze swag by using code Fearless10 at https://shop.blazemedia.com/fearless Make yourself an official member of the “Fearless Army!”   Support Conservative Voices! Subscribe to BlazeTV at https://get.blazetv.com/FEARLESS and get $10 off your yearly subscription. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
2587: You Mess With The Flaming Bull

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 82:26


Rod and Karen discuss Coronavirus News, Student loan forgiveness, Hershel Walker, man gored to death by flaming bull, Little League World Series racism, AI rapper milkshake duck, Shaun King rumor, firefighter has had enough, watch thief, woman shoots innocent bystander, men killed in stand off with the police and sword ratchetness. Twitter: @rodimusprime @SayDatAgain @TBGWT Instagram: @TheBlackGuyWhoTips Email: theblackguywhotips@gmail.com Blog: www.theblackguywhotips.com Teepublic Store Amazon Wishlist Crowdcast Voice Mail: 704-557-0186 Sponsor: Site: ManScaped Code: TBGWT

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – August 23, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 198:39


The podcast won Kirk Gibson's golf outing, Elton John & Britney Spears song, 20 biggest rip-off rock songs, Meghan Markle finally does a podcast, Finland's partying Prime Minister, Magic Johnson's blood, Eli Zaret stops by, and Tommy Lee explains his dick pic & then immediately loses the audience.TMZ did an hour prime time special to investigate what happened to Richard Simmons.The Drew & Mike Show-sponsored golf team (led by Stephen Gabbara) won the Sixth Annual Kirk Gibson Foundation Golf Classic. Drew bought a bunch of memorabilia.Eli Zaret drops by to trash the Detroit Tigers a little more, the Big Ten's new TV deal, Rory McIlroy vs a remote controlled golf ball, LeBron James new contract, Deshaun Watson's supportive fans and react to Aqib Talib quitting Amazon before he could be fired.Kanye West can punch people with no repercussions. TMZ feels it's because he was going through a tough time.Kathy Griffin's cancer doctor has ghosted her. She now need the internet to help her find a female doctor.No, Magic Johnson did not donate HIV-riddled blood. The rumor is so strong that Magic had to actually tweet about it.The Little League World Series is rooted in white supremacy according to Twitter and a poorly timed promo.Three Arkansas cops busted on video violently wailing on some dude.Music: Tommy Lee was on "a bender" when he posted a dick pic on Instagram. The crowd was loving his explanation until he had a request for the audience. Drew is digging this Sammy Hagar & The Circle cover of Elvis Costello's Pump it Up. A clip has leaked of the Elton John/Britney Spears collaboration. Drew drops a list of the 20 biggest rip off songs. Demi Lovato has a new boyfriend...and he's a "punk rocker". Meghan Markle FINALLY dropped another podcast episode. Slow Down.Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams to get up a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee.A whistleblower at Twitter may help Elon Musk's case against them.Paul Pelosi pleads guilty for DUI.Nick Kyrgios is being sued for defamation by the woman he claiming she had "700 drinks".Kenny Lofton has been accused of sexual misconduct for sending dick pics.USA Today does ANOTHER story on The Sports Bra.Law Enforcement: The police involved in the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks have been cleared of charges. A Louisville detective pleads guilty to conspiring to violate the civil rights of Breonna Taylor.Curly Moore tattooed some dude's butt and the guy boiled-over.Two of the Whitmer would-be-kidnappers have been convicted. Former US Attorney Michael Bullotta discussed it on the latest ML Soul of Detroit.Karen Dumas had a piece on Kennedy Shannon who is blowing the whistle on cronyism and corruption in Detroit.Finland's Prime Minister, Sanna Marin, is in trouble for partying. The Finnish chicks have come to her defense."Sarah's buddy" Gary Busey is denying doing anything wrong at Monster Mania.Drew tried House of the Dragon and there was not enough electricity for him.Marc recommends Black Bird on Apple TV+.90 Day Fiancé's Yve Arellano has been charged with domestic battery against Mohamed Abdelhamed.Tickets are still available to see WATP live at the Magic Bag... but tickets are selling fast and you may miss out.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Mitch Unfiltered
Episode 203 - The Groz Returns & Seahawks No-Table

Mitch Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 130:42


RUNDOWN After two weeks apart, Mitch and Hotshot are back together and begin the episode with a Stump the Band question. Scott also provides a recap of the Little League World Series experience in North Carolina. Main topics in the first segment include Seahawks prognostications and turning a new leaf on Robbie Ray. A four pack of guests are Dave Grosby, Brady Henderson & Joe Fann for the Seahawks No-Table, and ESPN NBA columnist Kevin Pelton. Before closing out, the guys volley a mixed bag of topics such as Marshawn's DUI, a baseball player hitting a home run cycle, and Earl Thomas' house fire.  GUESTS Dave Grosby | Former Seattle sports radio host Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet & Blue Wire podcast host  Kevin Pelton | ESPN NBA writer TABLE OF CONTENTS 1:25 | Is Hotshot rusty after a few weeks without Stump the Band? Nope! 17:04 | Are the Hawks more likely to go 5-12 or 8-9? 25:11 | Mitch decides he is done criticizing Robbie Ray...for now. 33:19 | GUEST: Back by popular demand, Seattle sports media veteran Dave Grosby joins the show for a Mariners & Seahawks state of the union discussion. 57:25 | GUEST: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann join Mitch to address the big question marks as the Hawks approach regular season play. 1:25:23 | GUEST: Kevin Pelton is back to recap the big Seattle hoops weekend with LeBron in town and the Storm heading to the WNBA Finals. 1:45:40 | The “Other Stuff” segment features stories ranging from Marshawn Lynch's arrest, an impressive baseball feat, and more unfortunate Earl Thomas news.

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – August 18, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 183:23


Manti Te'o doc, Kirk Gibson joins us, Deshaun Watson suspended, WWJ fires Roberta Jasina, Kate Gosselin stole her kid's money, Bachelorette psychobabble, a Bonerline, we interrupt Maz's day, and check in with Monkeemobile Mel before this weekend's Dream Cruise.Roberta Jasina has been fired by WWJ after 34 years. Sincere get well thoughts to her husband who is now battling cancer.Comedian Detroit Red is doing work at the No BS News Hour.Melvindale Police could use some help or they might not respond to calls as fast.Drew's close personal friend, Kirk Gibson, dials in to promote the auction for the Kirk Gibson Foundation for Parkinson's. Buy something.Manti Te'o got bullied for that whole fake girlfriend thing. Netflix finally tells his side of the story. Dr. Phil took forever to say nothing.Deshaun Watson has been suspended for 11 games with a $5M fine. We'll see him week 13 vs his former team, the Houston Texans! The Cleveland Browns have his back.The Friday show brings another Bonerline. Call or text 209-66-Boner.Drew has a clip that sums up the entire season of The Bachelorette.Pastor Carlton Funderburke's congregation are a bunch of cheap bastards.Music: Mariah Carey demands to be 'The Queen of Christmas'. Bhad Bhabie has a new song. It sucks. Drake > The Beatles. Kanye West doesn't care about homeless people.Jon Gosselin outs Kate for stealing their kid's money. We learn that Jon Gosselin is a hip hop artist now.Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams to get up a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee.Check out the Psychonaut Academy of Detroit for some great legal drug use with a Witch Doctor.Tom Mazawey joins the show to give his Top Ten Detroit Sports Moments, wish Trudi a happy birthday, wish Roberta Jasina well, remember the Manti Te'o memes, react to the Deshaun Watson news, break down Little League World Series nepotism, LeBron James' new contract and more.We check in with Monkeemobile Mel to promote the Woodward Dream Cruise.Donald Trump is searching for 'the tipster'. The FBI is receiving threats.Reminder that Brandon Andrew Clark is a load.Happy 15-year anniversary, Superbad.Stuttering John Melendez begs Julia Louis-Dreyfus to come on his world famous show. She won't. Karl and WATP rip on him.Ford's Jim Farley (Chris Farley's cousin) has a podcast and guess who his first guest was? Dax Shepard.Mike Tyson is a mess right now.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne
Hour 3 – Covino and Rich Guest Host

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 41:57


Covino and Rich fill in for Dan Patrick and the crew. LeBron James' new contract brings up a question: would you give handouts to your friends if you were mega-mega rich? Covino shares an awesome update coming out of the world of the Little League World Series. Then, what is the statute of limitation on bragging about your team's championship?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – August 17, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 146:24


Octomom's looking good, Manti Te'o - victim or idiot?, Cedar Point Ferris Wheel sex, Aqib Talib started fatal fight, Jonah Hill's mental break, Ezra Miller tries to save the Flash, the fall of Wendy Williams, the best diamond-certified albums, and remembering Joe "One Crazy Call" Pomponi. Trudi is back from her birthday celebration.Drew is being trolled on Twitter. He's also being trolled via email because of the king softie on TMZ.Jim Irsay is giving away autographed $100 bills at the joint Detroit Lions/Indianapolis Colts practice.Drew Crime: Aqib Talib Edition.RIP 'One-Crazy-Call-a-Game' Joe Pomponi.Terry Moran thought he looked super-hot today.Andrew Cuomo gets to keep his book money about being a great leader despite not being a good leader.Shrink your pubes and grow our ROI with Manscaped. Use promo code DREW.Little League World Series injuries are crazy this year.Tom Brady, Kardashians, Jay-Z, Green Day and other rich celebrities got PPP Loans.Kanye West's clothes are being bought right out of the trash.A$AP Rocky vs A$AP Relli = A$AP Stupid.Donna D'Errico is on OnlyFans.Octomom popped up in the news because her 8 kids are in 8th grade. We're all in agreement that she looks pretty good.Angelina Jolie anonymously contacted the FBI to try and get Brad Pitt in trouble.Don't worry guys, Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox are doing fine despite missing 2 days without a picture together.Did we talk to Leif Garrett yesterday or what?There have been 92 albums that have gone Diamond-Certified. Billboard ranks every singe on of them.Billy Idol has a new tune out.Jonah Hill needs a mental break from promoting his mental health documentary.Ezra Miller is really sorry and seeking help... now that The Flash is coming out soon.The Final Days of the Wendy Williams Show.Alice In Chains, Breaking Benjamin and Bush were in town.Gay porn star, Silver Steele, shows us his Monkeypox progression. Gross!COVID and Monkeypox shut down the Detroit Labor Day Parade.Sometimes you just have to have sex at Cedar Point.Birthday spankings are all the rage at Hemmeter Elementary School.Deadline Detroit is dead.R Kelly's federal trial is underway.Eduardo Rodriguez is BACK! Tarik Skubal is getting surgery and will be out for 11 months.Happy birthday, Matt Riley.Hard Knocks drops episode 2 and Carlos Monarrez hates it (surprise, surprise).The Manti Te'o story is out on Netflix and the sympathy in the studio is split.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
Butternut Squash Soup

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 64:41


Sarah Langs and Mandy Bell discuss the surging Guardians, the team's “never say die” attitude and youthful inexperience, the strange AL Central, the White Sox revival and if they jinxed the Mets. Then, Jessica Mendoza stops by to talk about calling the Little League World Series, the Braves sign Michael Harris II to an eight-year contract and Alex Anthopoulos continuing to impress. Later, MLB.com's Juan Toribio on Walker Buehler's season-ending surgery, the level of concern with Craig Kimbrel and the expectation for Dustin May's return. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Fantasy Focus Baseball
Butternut Squash Soup

Fantasy Focus Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 64:41


Sarah Langs and Mandy Bell discuss the surging Guardians, the team's “never say die” attitude and youthful inexperience, the strange AL Central, the White Sox revival and if they jinxed the Mets. Then, Jessica Mendoza stops by to talk about calling the Little League World Series, the Braves sign Michael Harris II to an eight-year contract and Alex Anthopoulos continuing to impress. Later, MLB.com's Juan Toribio on Walker Buehler's season-ending surgery, the level of concern with Craig Kimbrel and the expectation for Dustin May's return. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Fantasy Focus Baseball
Are You a Treasure?

Fantasy Focus Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 58:18


Karl Ravech joins Tim Kurkjian to discuss the two hour and fifteen minute Yankees-Red Sox game on Sunday Night Baseball, Boston doing a good job pitching to Aaron Judge, Fernando Tatis Jr.'s gets an 80-game PED suspension and the relatability of the Little League World Series. Then, Kyle Peterson calls in en route to Williamsport to talk about teaching kids how to rob home runs, how players at the LLWS have changed through the years, how Mo'ne Davis transformed the country, watching the Japanese players take the infield and what will be served at Kyle annual cookout.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
Are You a Treasure?

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 58:18


Karl Ravech joins Tim Kurkjian to discuss the two hour and fifteen minute Yankees-Red Sox game on Sunday Night Baseball, Boston doing a good job pitching to Aaron Judge, Fernando Tatis Jr.'s gets an 80-game PED suspension and the relatability of the Little League World Series. Then, Kyle Peterson calls in en route to Williamsport to talk about teaching kids how to rob home runs, how players at the LLWS have changed through the years, how Mo'ne Davis transformed the country, watching the Japanese players take the infield and what will be served at Kyle annual cookout.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Drew and Mike Show
Drew and Mike – August 14, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 194:26


Deshaun Watson apologized & got booed, Salman Rushdie attacked, Jeffrey Toobin out at CNN, RIP Anne Heche, Alex Baldwin pulled the trigger, Murder House Flip, Aqib Talib's anger issues, less arrogant drug dealers, the Bodega Bro, and BranDon needs more time off.Jim Bentley is here today because Brandon is busy moving. As his long read shows, he can help you out at Hall Financial.Henry Kissinger scares everyone about World War III.Some people are saying that Donald Trump had some classified documents.Shiny and sparkly. And splendidly bright. Here today. Gone one night. Anne Heche is...Gone too soon.Howard Stern's dad died at age 99.A Little League World Series kid from Wyoming needs to uses work gloves instead of batting gloves to jack massive dongs.Despite saying he did nothing wrong Deshaun Watson apologized in a team orchestrated interview. He then played terribly in the Cleveland Browns preseason game where he was booed.The next R Kelly trial starts tomorrow and the 14-year-old he urinated on 20 years ago is going to testify.Joey Lawrence is crushing it on cameo. Boring Austin Green is finally back making new personalized messages.Drew wants Charlie LeDuff to paint his new NBN studio.The Detroit Lions lost their first preseason game, but people are pumped about the offense. Britney Spears is always in the news and some listeners are mad. Britney always gets support no matter what, but some support might not be the best support. Her other ex-husband just got sentenced for crashing her wedding.Avion Sanders has been charged for the murder of Gran Blanc teen Jacob Hills. He never should have been out on the street after skipping sentencing for another serious crime.Some people are saying that drug dealers are getting less arrogant now that there's competitions.Anne Heche once did a movie with Ashton Kutcher that was so bad Drew forgot that he had seen it.Marc went on an action movie watching spree and loved Prey, The Northman, and Everything Everywhere All at Once.Someone decided that true crime shows & home renovation shows should be mashed together thus creating: Murder House Flip.The Crime in Sports podcast did a deep dive into Aqib Talib's past. Good timing now that his brother is wanted in a murder from over the weekend.Salman Rushdie was attacked on stage some 33 years after a Fatwa was issued for his death for writing the Satanic Verses. He made it longer than some of the books translators. He once explained to Larry David, there's nothing hotter than Fatwa Sex. Jeffrey Toobin has finally been blown out of CNN now that there's a new boss.Chris Cuomo's podcast is slipping in the ratings.Another local restaurant is closing because they cannot find enough workers.Griffen Green has been labeled the Bodega Bro. He also lost his new job in NYC.The FBI confirms pretty much what everyone knows. Alex Baldwin pulled the trigger.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Sore Losers
The Legend Known As Hammer

Sore Losers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 71:46


Tom Brady decided he needed a family vacation so he bailed on the Buccaneers training camp. Do we think it's a big deal Tom Brady took off? A little league team got robbed of a chance to play in The Little League World Series and Lunchbox wants the game replayed. Lunchbox noticed something about The Field of Dreams game and is worried about Ken Griffey Jr. Plus Ray introduces to Mark and the legend of HAMMER! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fantasy Focus Baseball
Decaying Tooth

Fantasy Focus Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 63:55


Karl Ravech and Buster discuss the Tigers firing GM Al Avila, Detroit owner Chris Ilitch taking no responsibility for the state of the club, if the Yankees need home field advantage in the playoffs, the difference between the AL and NL wild card pictures, and Vaughn Grissom's rookie debut for the Braves. Then, Hembo has an NFL comparison for teams not pitching around Aaron Judge, explains how Adley Rutschman's among the best players in baseball and explores a possible blue blood final four. Later, Jessica Mendoza on her hometown involvement with the Little League World Series, the Dodgers' offensive production, Mookie Betts and Freddie Freeman's friendship, and Luis Castillo. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Karl Ravech and Buster discuss the Tigers firing GM Al Avila, Detroit owner Chris Ilitch taking no responsibility for the state of the club, if the Yankees need home field advantage in the playoffs, the difference between the AL and NL wild card pictures, and Vaughn Grissom's rookie debut for the Braves. Then, Hembo has an NFL comparison for teams not pitching around Aaron Judge, explains how Adley Rutschman's among the best players in baseball and explores a possible blue blood final four. Later, Jessica Mendoza on her hometown involvement with the Little League World Series, the Dodgers' offensive production, Mookie Betts and Freddie Freeman's friendship, and Luis Castillo. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
Postgame Show: I've Had It Up To Here With This Guy

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 7:35


Papi joins us for today's Refran Del Día after we discuss a wild take on a heartwarming Little League World Series moment. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne
Hour 3 - Little League Sportsmanship, Fred Segal

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 42:37


Dan revisits the sportsmanship displayed yesterday at the Little League World Series. And he talks to author Fred Segal about some freezing cold takes.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne
Hour 1 - Derek Jeter Doc, LLWS Sportsmanship

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 43:39


Dan wishes professional athletes would take their cue from the Little League World Series with regard to sportsmanship, and he talks about the latest documentary about the Yankees featuring Derek Jeter.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – August 9, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 161:41


Maz properly eulogizes Olivia Newton-John, RIP Lamont Dozier, Pete Davidson's trauma therapy, Ezra Miller arrested, Alex Jones' revenge porn, The Los Angeles Sports Band, and we talk to Dr. Disgusto who has been attacking politicians (allegedly).RIP Motown legend Lamont Dozier.Taylor Swift response to 3LW's lawsuit against her.Australia is super sad that we lost Olivia Newton-John. Rita Wilson is sad. Kate Hudson is sad. TikTok is sad.Elton John needs to stop enabling Britney Spears.Fox 2 meteorologist Derek Kevra was in studio today with ML Elrick promoting LawLapalooza.Music: The Los Angeles Sports Band is Drew's new favorite Matt Farley band. Drew is in love with The Struts lately. RIP Gord Lewis.Pete Davidson is in 'trauma therapy'. Kim K is SO mad at Kanye West.Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams to get up a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee!The Donald Trump FBI Raid is leading to fantastic comment sections. What a mess.Recent Joe Biden Gaffes: That's not how you put on a jacket, Joe. Nobody is there to shake your hand, Joe.Dave Portnoy is trending. Not because he is being sued, but because of his Little League World Series hot take.Tom Brady's Bored Ape NFT is garbage and basically worthless. Ringo Starr totally understands NFTs and the Metaverse.William Devane wants you to be safe and he can take care of you.Dr. Disgusto strikes Jim Jordan... 36+ times (George Clooney is coming for you, Jim) We check in with Richard Steinle to get his defense of these egregious accusations.Former Pontiac Mayor, Deirdre Waterman, is in hot water over wasteful spending.The family that owns the LCA holdout house were totally going to fix it up.COVID: Gretchen Whitmer has the virus. People aren't getting their toddlers vaccinated for COVID.The US has a teacher shortage.There was a 26-mile-long police chase that ended with a taser.The Motown Museum gets an expansion.Four Northland Mall security guards have been charged in the 2014 death of McKenzie Cochran.Anne Heche is in a coma and may not survive her injuries.Walmart buys the Denver Broncos. Condoleezza Rice and George Lucas' wife get in on the NFL action.Ezra Miller was arrested for felony burglary.Fred Savage was BLOWN OUT by The Wonder Years reboot for inappropriate behavior with a 'young woman crew member'.Sesame Place employees have to go through the ringer because of Racist Rosita.Tom Mazawey joins the show to properly eulogize ONJ since we screwed it up yesterday. We also touch on Woodward Sports, the Big Ten's new television deal, and Billy Ocean music (for some reason).Hard Knocks kicks off tonight featuring the Detroit Lions.Marshawn Lynch got busted for DUI in Las Vegas and took the drunkest mugshot possibly ever.Alex Jones sent Roger Stone nudes of his wife.Check out Kylie Jenner's stupid lab coat.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Talkin' Yanks (Yankees Podcast)
Matt Carpenter Breaks His Foot | 782

Talkin' Yanks (Yankees Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 44:54


Go to https://getroman.com/yanks TODAY. If approved, you'll get fifteen dollars off your first order of Roman T-Support 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+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NJ/ NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. N/A in NH/OR/ON. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit. Min. $5 wager required. $100 paid out in four (4) $25 free bets. Eligibility restrictions apply. Offer ends 10/5. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Timestamps: 0:00 Yankees Had a Meeting 2:30 Fallout of Matt Carpenter Injury 17:20 Sharp Stats: Yankees Playing Close Games 28:20 Little League World Series 29:45 Team Meeting 32:00 Guess the Lineup

Mitch Unfiltered
Episode 202 - All Aboard Destination Greenville, North Carolina & LA Soundtrack of Summer

Mitch Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 141:38


RUNDOWN Mitch and Scott reunite and are eager to watch Issaquah play in the Little League World Series in Greenville, South Carolina! They briefly catch up on the Danny O'Neil and Jim Moore online feud, Mitch's upcoming Nationals game, and SeaFair weekend. The guys also chat about celebrity clickbait and an interesting article about Shohei Ohtani. Today's featured guests are former Dodgers GM Fred Claire, Mariners writer with Prospect Insider Jason Churchill, and ESPN Seahawks insider Brady Henderson. The show wraps up with “Other Stuff” stories ranging from Deshaun Watson's suspension, to the wrath of Bill Belichick, to the divorce lawsuit with Kanye and Kim! GUESTS Fred Claire | Former Dodgers GM Jason Churchill | Prospect Insider Mariners writer Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Hotshot and Mitch might be more excited about Issaquah playing in the Little League World Series than the team! 29:30 | Are M's fans going to be teased about potentially acquiring Shohei Ohtani for the next two years? 43:12 | GUEST: Former Dodgers general manager Fred Claire returns to the show for a remembrance of broadcast legend Vin Scully. 1:02:47 | GUEST: Jason Churchill is back with the M's in a wildcard run and less than two months until the MLB postseason. 1:23:48 | GUEST: Brady Henderson hops aboard for a Seahawks camp update as the preseason approaches. 1:46:27 | Today's "Other Stuff" topics include a story from Deshaun Watson's six game ban, to a former Patriot and his fear of Coach Belichick, to Kanye West legal complications.

Mitch Unfiltered
Episode 201 - M's Win Castillo Sweepstakes & Issaquah Little League World Series Bound

Mitch Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 208:47


RUNDOWN Hotshot is gearing up for a trip to North Carolina as the Issaquah All Stars are headed to the Little League Softball World Series and Mitch might even make an appearance! Since the guys convened last, the M's picked up a new ace, but does the Tale of the Tape indicate it was worth it? A blended interview portion including C. Trent Rosecrans to chat about Luis Castillo followed by three of our favorite guest segments from over the years. The “Other Stuff” segment features topics such as Mitch's rental car story, the lack of fervor for the upcoming Seahawks season, and Charles Barkley turning down LIV golf! GUESTS C. Trent Rosecrans | The Athletic Reds writer Dave Grosby | Former Seattle sports radio host Olin Kreutz | NFL center '98-'11 Ginny Burton | Tacoma-native & UW class of 2021 TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Scott's prediction about Issaquah softball came true as the Little League All Stars are going to the World Series! 20:06 | The Mega Millions craze has come to an end as one lucky winner in Illinois picked the right numbers.  23:10 | Mitch breaks down the Tale of the Tape for Luis Castillo and players the Mariners traded to the Reds. 49:10 | GUEST: C. Trent Rosecrans checks in to provide a scouting report of the Mariners latest acquisition Luis Castillo from Cincinnati. 1:01:29 | GUEST: Dave Grosby joined Mitch and Scott to tell some stories from their years in Seattle sports media as "The Groz" entered retirement. 1:53:45 | GUEST: Hawaiian football legend Olin Kreutz jumped aboard to chat about his memorable football career and challenges he faced along the way. 2:24:35 | GUEST: Perhaps the most memorable interview in Mitch Unfiltered history, Ginny Burton shares her story of overcoming years of drugs and violence to earning her degree from UW. 2:54:45 | The episode closes up with “Other Stuff” stories such Mitch's gold Jaguar rental car, the lost enthusiasm for Seahawks camp, and Barkley declining a LIV Golf media deal.