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Locked On Cardinals - Daily Podcast On The St. Louis Cardinals Podcast
Fall League Players Producing + Playoff Update

Locked On Cardinals - Daily Podcast On The St. Louis Cardinals Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 31:22


Nolan Gorman and Lars Nootbaar are both having fine starts to the Arizona Fall League. They could be helping define their roles for the Major League club in 2022. Jordan Hicks is also in the AFL, what might his role be in 2022? Also, a look at the very intriguing ALCS and NLCS. WANT MORE DAILY ST. LOUIS CARDINALS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…

Father Snort
“F%&k You Jobu, I’ll Do It Myself.” - Audio

Father Snort

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 16:04


The Rev. Brad Sullivan Emmanuel Episcopal Church October 10, 2021 Proper 23, B Mark 10:17-31 “F%&k You Jobu, I’ll Do It Myself.” In the 1989 movie, Major League, star slugger, Pedro Cerano, could hit the ball clear out of the park as often and with a swing almost as beautiful as Yordan Alvarez’. Unfortunately, in the movie Major League, Pedro Cerano, superstar slugger, could not hit a curve ball, nor could he presumably lay off of them? So, he routinely stuck out as other teams realized that the curve ball was his Kryptonite. The best solution might have been to work with a hitting coach, but alas, Pedro’s solution came in the form of a tiny, crazy-haired statue of a wild-eyed man he called Jobu. Pedro offered Jobu rum and cigars, and once even a whole chicken (KFC) in order to help him hit the curve ball. Jobu was a straight up idol which Pedro was using to try to make his life easier. When it kept not working, Pedro finally said, “[To heck with] you, Jobu, I’ll do it myself,” at which point he of course hit a curve ball out of the park. I bring this up, one because I’m a little excited about the Astros and the postseason, and two, because Pedro’s use of Jobu is a pretty good example of an idol being used to try to make life easier. Ancient idols, carved or sculpted, set in homes and prayed to were meant to keep bad things away, to make life easier. Idols were thought to grant your requests if you prayed to them just right, if you gave them rum and cigars and whole chickens. Now, many of us don’t have small statue idols like Jobu that we use to try to make life easier, but idols can come in many forms. For the man who asked Jesus, “What must I do to inherit eternal life?”, his idol was his wealth. His wealth, his riches, his stuff made life easier, and he seems to have believed that he could’t be happy unless life was easy, that he couldn’t be happy unless life wasn’t hard. See, unlike Jobu, the rich man’s idol seems to have been working for him in making his life less hard. So, when Jesus told him to set aside his money, the idol that made life easier, he thought that he couldn’t be ok without it. He believed that he couldn’t be ok if life was hard, so he walled himself off from life in God’s kingdom. Here’s a secret, life is always going to be hard, at least hard at times, and no amount of rum offered to Jobu is going to change that. “How hard it will be,” Jesus said, “for those who have wealth to enter the kingdom of heaven.” How hard it will be to enter the kingdom of heaven for those who fear life being hard and aren’t willing to risk life being hard. That was the challenge for the rich man whose idol was his money. Well, here’s another secret, you don’t gotta be rich to have idols get in the way of risking for the kingdom of God. Will I be ok? Will I have enough? Will I be enough? Do I have enough money, time, experience, expertise? How will I possibly be ok if I give up much of anything that I have? These are fears that I dare say all of us face, and I dare say most of us have some kind of Jobu to which we offer rum. Sometimes that idol is simply walling ourselves off from risk. Into all of that fear and unknowing, Jesus is teaching us to trust God in the unknowing, accepting the fact that yes, things may fall apart, and to trust that we are enough (and there are others with us). Jesus is teaching that we can never offer Jobu enough rum to safeguard against life being hard, so be ok with taking risks and giving things up for the sake of God’s kingdom. “We gave stuff up!” Peter said in his very very Peter way. “Yes,” Jesus replied, “and you are going to receive much more, people around you to support you so that you will be ok even without as much money, time, or rum and cigars to offer to Jobu.” Jesus’ disciples gave up the protection of life as they knew it in order to live life in God’s kingdom with new people, new situations. Often we protect ourselves by walling ourselves off from new situations. We keep ourselves from entering new relationships and new situations for which we feel we are not enough. Our walls feel like they make life easier, but remember what God did to make life easier in Genesis 2? God made a human companion. Humans were made to be helpers and supports for each other. We find wholeness in new relationships and risk because we were meant to be there for each other. That’s life in God’s kingdom. So, for a way that we can be there for each other and for others, to risk new relationships, I’m going to turn things over to Kathryn Johnson, Counselor at Rhodes Elementary school. We have begun a partnership with Rhodes Elementary to serve and minister there, and Mrs. Johnson is going to talk with us about the school and how we can serve and minister there. … … Jesus is calling us in this time and in this place, in our new home, to risk for the sake of relationship, connection, and service in God’s kingdom. Serving and ministering at Rhodes is one of the ways Jesus is calling us, and the usual questions probably arise. Will I have enough time? Do I have enough expertise? What do I know about serving with kids? I’m too old to relate, or I’m too inexperienced to know what I’m doing. With our questions, doubts and uncertainties, realize there will never be enough protection, there will never be enough rum for Jobu to make us ready or enough. Like the man with great wealth, Jesus is calling us to life in his kingdom, even though it may be hard. He’s also assuring us that what we’ll find in serving others is the peace that we’re looking for. What we find in giving up our various Jobus, in risking new relationships in new situations, is that we actually are enough; we actually can hit that curve ball. We actually don’t need all of our protection to make life less hard. We have each other, and we have a wonderful new opportunity to serve and live the life of God’s kingdom.

This Is For Us: An Asian American Podcast
Joon Lee (ESPN Staff Writer) - Making A Difference In The World of Major League Sports (Being One Of A Handful Of Asian Americans Sportswriters In Professional Sports, How Big Sports Culture Is In Boston, Going One On One With Stephen A. Smith & More)

This Is For Us: An Asian American Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 36:20


For today's Spotlight episode, I'm excited to welcome Joon Lee to the show.Joon Lee is a Major League Baseball writer for ESPN.com. He regularly hosts BBTN Live (Baseball Tonight Live), ESPN's streamed pregame show and has contributed to ESPN's MLB game telecasts. Before ESPN, Lee covered the NFL, NBA, MLB, sneakers, fashion, pop culture, and the Olympics at Bleacher Report. He also worked for The Washington Post and Boston Herald and has had bylines in The Ringer, S.B. Nation, and The Hardball Times. In 2018, Lee was named a Media Rising Star by Folio Magazine.Most recently, Joon was on live television to address insensitive comments made by Stephen A Smith on Angel's Player Shohei Ohtani on how a player who needs a translator can't be the face of the MLB. Today's focus is on Joon himself and his exciting journey to America and how he's been able to make his way to become one of a handful of Asian American sportswriters in major league sports. In this episode, we discuss:- Living in Boston as a Korean immigrant- How influential sports culture is in Boston compared to other places in the U.S.- When Joon realized he wanted a career in sports.- How the opportunity to speak with Stephen A. Smith about his comments on Shohei Ohtani came about- Wanting to make a difference and have an impact in professional sports- Have you always been vocal?- Joon landing his dream job and living the American dream- The best piece of advice- Where Joon sees himself in the next five years. You can follow Joon Lee on Instagram at @joon.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/asianmenswear)

Wharton FinTech Podcast
Meka Asonye, Partner at First Round Capital - Taking a Founder First Approach to Investing

Wharton FinTech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 25:30


Anirudh Singh sits down with Meka Asonye, Partner at First Round Capital. In this episode they discuss: - Meka's early career, including spending time with the Cleveland Indians - Heading Stripe's Startup/SMB business - How Meka became an angel investor and later decided to join First Round Capital - Being fluent in Pig Latin And much more! Meka Asonye is a Partner at First Round Capital based in San Francisco. Before moving into venture, Meka was an active angel investor backing companies such as Coda, Common Room, Rimeto (acq. by Slack), Snackpass and Stytch. Previously, he served as the VP of Sales & Services at Mixpanel, where he ran the more than 100-person global revenue team and owned the customer lifecycle from first website visit to renewal. Before Mixpanel, Meka spent four years at Stripe as it scaled from 250 to 2000 people and matured its sales org. When he first joined in 2016, Meka served as one of the payments company's early account executives, leading their first attempts to go upmarket and land enterprise logos. For the next three years, he headed up Stripe's Startup/SMB business, which involved launching outbound sales, optimizing self-serve, building a customer success function, opening new offices, and finding creative ways to holistically support startup customers. Prior to joining Stripe, Meka served as Case Team Leader at Bain in San Francisco, partnering with the C-Suites of Fortune 50 companies across different verticals. Meka started his career working in Player Development & Baseball Operations for the Cleveland Indians, where managed operations of the Minor League system and advised the General Manager on Major League roster and payroll allocation through advanced statistical analysis. Meka earned a Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude in Economics and Finance from Princeton and his MBA from Harvard Business School. He's an instrument rated private pilot and diehard Chicago Bears fan. For more FinTech insights, follow us below: Medium: medium.com/wharton-fintech LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/wharton-fintech-club/ WFT Twitter: twitter.com/whartonfintech Anirudh's Twitter: twitter.com/avsingh_24

The Pool Guy Podcast Show
NPP (National Pool Partners) Pool Service at the “Major League” Level with Hal Denbar of NPP

The Pool Guy Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 32:35


National Pool Partners (NPP) is an organization that is purchasing large pool companies in the Sunbelt and they are basically operating these companies behind the scenes. I predict in the next few years that NPP will be the largest national pool service company in the USA. Listen to learn more about their business model and intent in the pool industry.  You can also learn more from their website: https://go-npp.com/Leslie's Pro: Pool Service Pro, open a Wholesale account today! Customer referrals, free cleaner repairs, free water testing, open 7-days a week. It is fast and easy to become a Leslie's Preferred Pool Care Provider. https://lesliespool.com/commercial-services.html/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=spll&utm_campaign=spll

Major League University Developmental Podcast
Nicholls State Softball Head Coach Justin Lewis is as REAL as They Come on Champions School 212

Major League University Developmental Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 79:26


FOLLOW @ProjectSandlot and @MajorUniversity ON TWITTER WEEKEND ROTATION NEWSLETTER SIGN UP LINK : https://majorleagueuniversity.us20.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=e075cf6bb1f290f29394a2b2b&id=ad0f96cc0c Join the Discord: https://discord.gg/qGJENm9FKQ **************************************************************************** Comfortable being uncomfortable. Season 2, Episode 12: Justin Lewis – Head Softball Coach at Nicholls State University, Presented by Major League University. Twitter: @JackNLucysDad Coach Justin Lewis had us cracking up from the start. He reminds me of "one of the boys" while leading a group of talented softball players from the heart. We talk about everything from his 15 years away from the game to his time as an assistant at Fresno State. Of course we had to dive into his leadership skills. This podcast is our longest one to date and that is simply because we didn't want the conversation to end! Be sure to watch till the end with a pretty hilarious On It or Off It. Coach Lewis we can't thank you enough for taking the time to hang with us and we definitely can't wait to see you again soon! Take care! **************************************************************************** Baseball. Mindset. Leadership. Culture. Peak performance. College. Athletics. NCAA. Sports. Podcast. Champions School. Ray McIntire. Austin Byler. MLB. Major League. Major League University. Head Coach. Nicholls State. Softball. University. Arizona. Fresno. Candrea. Funny.

PCCI Podcast
Umran Malik, Kohli, MSD and Anchoring, Cricket in America

PCCI Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 64:04


We discuss the recent happenings in the world of cricket starting with the pace of Umran Malik, the continuing annoyance with anchors in T20 and end with some Major League cricket news. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thepccipod/message

DK Pittsburgh Sports Radio
DK's Daily Shot of Pirates: Is the trade parade finally over?

DK Pittsburgh Sports Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 20:05


The Pittsburgh Pirates have traded a plethora of Major League players the last few years for prospects in return. Ben Cherington spoke on whether that type of trading is done ... or not. Hear award-winning columnist Dejan Kovacevic's Daily Shots of Steelers, Penguins and Pirates -- three separate podcasts -- every weekday morning on the DK Pittsburgh Sports podcasting network, available on all platforms: https://linktr.ee/dkpghsports Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bri The Sports Guy
E353: The guys review the best games from this weekend in college football and the NFL; Bri gives his take on CFB's AP Top 15 (Alabama, Georgia and everybody else) and the NFL standings through 4 games (Steelers to finish last in AFC North) and then the

Bri The Sports Guy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 39:27


The guys review the best games from this weekend in college football and the NFL; Bri gives his take on CFB's AP Top 15 (Alabama, Georgia and everybody else) and the NFL standings through 4 games (Steelers to finish last in AFC North) and then the guys preview Major League baseball playoffs (two great wildcard matchups-Red Sox host Yankees and Dodgers host Cardinals).

Red Inker With Jarrod Kimber
Major League Cricket with Peter Della Penna

Red Inker With Jarrod Kimber

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 54:59


This episode we look at Major League Cricket and cricket in the USA. For that we got on a born and bred cricket writer from the USA, Peter Della Penna. We talk about money, recruiting, Liam Plunkett, airhogs, Silicon Valley, Willow TV, corruption, the history of US cricket and how Boris Karloff was a wicked keeper. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. If you like this podcast, you may enjoy other things I create, check them all out at https://linktr.ee/jarrodkimber. You can find Peter on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/PeterDellaPenna. To read more of Peter's work head here: [Minor League Cricket: T20 league in USA kicks off with Sami Aslam, Corey Anderson in the mix] (https://www.espncricinfo.com/story/minor-league-cricket-2021-t20-league-in-usa-kicks-off-with-sami-aslam-corey-anderson-in-the-mix-1271536) Or listen to his podcast here: Stars & Stripes Cricket Podcast. This podcast is edited, mixed and produced by Nick McCorriston, he's at https://www.nickamc.com and https://www.twitter.com/nickamc. The theme tune is by Red Crickets: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Red_Crickets/Red_Crickets. - Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code REDINKER at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod

The Golden Age of Baseball with Eddie Robinson

It is with heavy hearts that we share that Eddie Robinson passed away on October 4, 2021. Texas Rangers statement on the passing of Eddie Robinson: The Texas Rangers today issued the following statement on the passing of Eddie Robinson, who died Monday night at his ranch in Bastrop, Texas at the age of 100. “The Texas Rangers are incredibly saddened with the passing of the legendary Eddie Robinson, who spent nearly 70 years in professional baseball as an All-Star player and respected executive. He began a 13-year Major League career with the Cleveland Indians in 1942 and went on to serve as General Manager of both the Atlanta Braves and Texas Rangers during an incredible career. “In his later years, Mr. Robinson was a regular and welcome visitor at Rangers home games, and his unique ability to analyze and discuss the game, past and present, was truly amazing. The Rangers were honored to help Mr. Robinson celebrate his 100th birthday last December, and he made a final spring training visit to Arizona this past February. He was a great ambassador for baseball to the end. “The entire Rangers organization sends its thoughts and prayers to his wife, Bette, sons Robby, Marc, Drew, and Paul and the entire Robinson family. For Eddie Robinson, it was truly a life well lived.” Mr. Robinson, who turned 100 on December 15, 2020, was the oldest living former Major League Player at the time of his passing. He batted .268 with 172 homers and 723 RBI in 1315 games as a 1B with Cleveland (1942; 46-48; 57), Washington (1949-50), Chicago White Sox (1950-52), Philadelphia A's (1953), New York Yankees (1954-56), Detroit (1957), and Baltimore (1957) as he played with 7 of the 8 A.L. clubs at the time, the exception being Boston. The four-time A.L. All-Star was a member of the Indians' 1948 World Series champions. Mr. Robinson went on to enjoy a long career as a MLB Executive and scout, serving as General Manager of the Atlanta Braves (1972-76) and Texas Rangers (1976-82). Born in Paris, Texas, he was a longtime resident of Fort Worth. His autobiography, Lucky Me: My Sixty-Five Years in Baseball was published in 2011. Services for Mr. Robinson are pending at this time.

Diamond Diehards
The Flagship Franchises Are Wild, Rojas Out in Flushing, We've Completed A Full Major-League Season, MLB Playoff Bracket Selections

Diamond Diehards

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021


Riz & Dawg bring you the Major League Baseball playoffs! The flagship franchises will face off in the Wild Card games, Mets manager Luis Rojas is out in Flushing, we've completed a FULL major-league season, and the guys make their MLB bracket selections LIVE! This one streamed live on the Facebook group, so there was some lively interaction with Uncle Paul on the comments. As with all the shows, it's also available on YouTube, iTunes and Spotify (links are below). Veteran of the Day was USAF Technical Sergeant Zachary Jacobs, who was deployed three times to Afghanistan, earning a Bronze Star Medal with Valor and a Purple Heart. There are a lot of podcasts out there, and many of them are great. What is special about us? THIS. This is what we bring to the table. It's a podcast about baseball and about life. So follow, subscribe, get the alerts, and join us on the journey! Please check out FMS Graphics (https://www.fmsgraphics.com) for all your print and promotional needs. SportsMapz is a great way to show support for your team, with a cool piece of art for your home or office! Check them out at SportsMapz.com. Big Ed's Car Wash http://www.bigedscarwash.com/ is the place to go if you're in Bergen County, NJ. Get over to Fair Lawn and get your car cleaned and your oil changed. Tell Big Ed that Diamond Diehards sent you! We need you to subscribe to the podcast! Please hit the SUBSCRIBE or FOLLOW button from wherever you get your podcasts. Watch, Listen Subscribe: iTunes: https://apple.co/2JzUd5e Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KPgZq9 Youtube: https://bit.ly/3pBAvFE Interact: Website: https://DiamondDiehards.com TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@diamonddiehards? LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/diamond-diehards Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/DiamondDiehards Twitter: https://twitter.com/DiamondDiehards Instagram: https://instagram.com/DiamondDiehards

On The Verge - BSL Radio - Baltimore Orioles & Orioles Minor League Talk

Zach and Nick welcome Baltimore Sports and Life site owner Chris Stoner onto the show to put a bow on the Baltimore Orioles major league and AAA seasons. They transition into the offseason with coaching news and what to look forward to heading into 2022. Check out Chris' latest article: 2021 Is Officially Ending; Get To Work Orioles and subscribe to The Warehouse, a Baltimore Orioles and MLB podcast on the BSL network featuring hosts Chris Stoner, Matt Kory, and friend of the podcast Dr. Stephen Loftus! Join our Patreon! Perks include daily recap podcasts, monthly top 50 prospect updates, invitation to join our private WhatsApp group, and plenty more. Plans start as low as $3/month! Check out our new merch shop! T-shirts and coffee mugs are now available! Follow us all on Twitter: @BSLOnTheVerge, @NickStevensR, @TheOrioleReport and give us a Like on Facebook and Instagram! If you enjoy the show, please consider giving us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and drop a quick review! It really helps out the show and we would greatly appreciate it! Want to watch us live each week? We live stream on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube! Subscribe to our Youtube channel here! You can always email us with questions or comments!- TheVergeBSLPodcast@gmail.com. Visit https://baltimoresportsandlife.com/ for articles, podcasts, and discussions about the Baltimore Orioles, Baltimore Ravens, University of Maryland, and everything else Baltimore sports and life! And be sure to check out our main sponsor- Mercer Floor and Home Carpet One!

Nats Chat
Game 162: Zim Gets the Spotlight in Season Finale

Nats Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 54:24


The Nats ended their season with a 7-5 loss to Playoff bound Boston. Mark & Al open with their thoughts on the emotional moment in the top of the 8th when Ryan Zimmerman was ceremoniously removed from the game to thunderous applause. It certainly felt like his final game, will it end up being so?(10:47) Juan Soto struggled on Sunday and struck out three times. Given that nobody else ran away with it, does he still have a chance to win the NL Cy Young?(19:48) Alex Avila had a memorable final game of his career.  He connected on a 2 run double and also was given a standing ovation as he exited the field for the final time.(25:16) Joan Adon wowed in his Major League debut.  Adon struck out 9 members of the Red Sox in just under 6 IP.  The bulk of Adon's season was spent in High-A Wilmington, and yet he played a factor in a game with direct postseason implications.(33:43) Mike Rizzo spoke to the media before the game and indicated he is not planning on tanking next season. Do we have an idea of how long the Free Agency shopping list will be?  Has his philosophy on pitching changed?  Do we have an updated timeline on the rebuild?

Major League University Developmental Podcast
Coach Derek Waddoups, Head Coach at MSU Billings: Challenge their Comfort to Make them Better People

Major League University Developmental Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 66:21


FOLLOW @ProjectSandlot and @MajorUniversity ON TWITTER WEEKEND ROTATION NEWSLETTER SIGN UP LINK : https://majorleagueuniversity.us20.li... Join the Discord: https://discord.gg/qGJENm9FKQ **************************************************************************** Comfortable being uncomfortable. Season 2, Episode 11: Derek Waddoups – Head Baseball Coach at Montana State University, Billings, Presented by Major League University. Twitter: @derek_waddoups Coach Waddoups is one of those guys that has spent a good amount of time around baseball. You can tell just in the way he talks about it. Today we dive into everything from the leadership program he was a part of to how they challenge hitters. If you ware looking for an hour jammed with knowledge, you have come to the right place. Coach Waddoups, we can't thank you enough for joining us. MSU Billings is in a great place with you at the helm. Be careful out there on that ice, it can be pretty slick! We look forward to speaking with you again soon! Take care! **************************************************************************** Baseball. Mindset. Leadership. Culture. Peak performance. College. Athletics. NCAA. Sports. Podcast. Champions School. Ray McIntire. Austin Byler. MLB. Major League. Major League University. Derek Waddoups. Montana State. University. Billings. College baseball. Head coach. Interview.

Spiker
94. The Big Pivot (ft. Matt Adams & Rafael Lopez)

Spiker

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 74:33


The probabilities of making it into the league are not on the side of the weak-minded. In this episode, we speak with Matt Adams and Rafael Lopez. The two Major Leaguers share their stories. You will be pleasantly surprised with how and which Matt Adams made it to Major League baseball. You'll also have a deeper appreciation for developing the ability to adapt. Watch the show: https://youtu.be/WhSkQpBv2WA Follow: Spiker, Dave, Matt Adams, Rafael Lopez --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/closing-pitch/message

Major Insight
The Major League Potential of Connecting Business and Sport Analytics

Major Insight

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 16:25


Data is completely transforming the way we watch and play sports, and Caroline Brega is interested in how this “analytics revolution” connects her knowledge of business and her passion for sport. Outside the classroom, Caroline has worked with the Columbus Blue Jackets as part of Miami University's inaugural Sport Analytics Summer Academy, and she was selected by Major League Baseball to be a part of its Society for American Baseball Research. On this episode, she also talks about how her penchant for problem-solving helped provide a promising pathway forward. Featured Majors: Finance, Spot Leadership and Management (SLAM) Featured Organizations and Internships: NCAA Softball Player Performance & Scouting Analytics Intern, Sport Analytics Summer Academy, Women in Sport Leadership club, MLB Society for American Baseball Research

Culture Cast Radio
Culture Cast Radio: Major League

Culture Cast Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 101:07


Step up to the plate with Jason, Stubbs and Ryan as they chat about the 1989 film "Major League". Stick around for SIOGI with Jason and Stubbs and see how well Jason and Ryan do in a Stubby J game. So many names.

The 4D Podcast Network
Culture Cast Radio: Major League

The 4D Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 101:07


Step up to the plate with Jason, Stubbs and Ryan as they chat about the 1989 film "Major League". Stick around for SIOGI with Jason and Stubbs and see how well Jason and Ryan do in a Stubby J game. So many names.

The Fan Morning Show
Pirates Insider Jason Mackey

The Fan Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 9:00


Jason joins us after Roansy Contreras makes his debut last night. Hear what he says about more help coming soon the Major League roster, and what he's seen from the important players on this year's roster.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chasin' Birdies
Double Play > Double Bogey - Neil Walker Post MLB Life.

Chasin' Birdies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 63:22


A hometown hero in Pittsburgh, Neil Walker was ‘the Pittsburgh kid'. In 2015, he turned the first 4-5-4 triple play in Major League history. After Pittsburgh, Neil played for the Mets, Yankees, Brewers, Miami, and finally retired after a short stint in Philly.This episode was recorded at Nemacolin Resort in Farmington, PA. The Chasin' Birdies boys played Neil and Eric in a two-man best ball format before recording this episode. We open up the talk with how he adjusted after just being drafted into the big leagues. He admits that it was a hard transition but eventually got easier.Neil bounced around from various positions until he finally realized he was best at 2nd base. One perk for Neil was being able to peg it up during Spring Training or while on the road. This is where his love for golf started to blossom.After more baseball talk coupled with life talk, we turn the tables and fire in our tap-in segment. Neil tells a story about Roberto Clemente that will leave chills all over your body. We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we do!Key Links:Visit hbgolf.com for great golf apparel now repped by Chasin' Birdies.Stay tuned for more info on winning custom headcovers from WinstonCollection.comOur Tap-in segment is sponsored by Bettinardi Golf-----Follow Chasin' Birdies on Instagram @chasin_birdies.Chasin' Birdies is hosted by Ryan Bashour and Jonathan Pepe and is proudly recorded in West Virginia. Produced by Simpler Media.

Friars on the Farm
Episode #145: Changes in the Padres org, prepping for instructs & the AFL

Friars on the Farm

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 59:37


Preller shuffles the Player development staff. Mack, Campusano and Hassel lll headline instructs...Why isn't Gore and Campusano there? Minor Leaguers are reprimanded for wearing the #FairBall bracelets and Major League players and coaches are showing support. The Arizona Fall league will experiment with rules changes, pitch clock and automated strike zone. Affiliate Rundown.

Walking Through Samaria
Walking Through Samaria Episode 13: The Silent Majority

Walking Through Samaria

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 87:15


Meet Geoff Duncan. He's the 12th Lieutenant Governor for the State of Georgia, husband of 24 years to Brooke, and father to three children ranging in age from 19 to 11. A former minor league pitcher in the Marlins organization, Duncan saw his Major League dreams derailed by an injured shoulder. But that didn't keep him from aiming for success, and he found it as an entrepreneur and a politician.   Those experiences formed the background for “GOP 2.0,” a book he authored, though he contends the title — and most normal, everyday Americans — aren't nearly as partisan as they sound.   “Because of social media and other elements, the outside 5 percent on both sides feel like they're driving the narrative,” the lieutenant governor says. “The reality is that there's a silent majority that just wakes up and doesn't really care about a Republican or Democrat being in charge — they want to make sure they got a job the next day, they want to make sure their kids are going to a good school and that their communities are safe, and their nation is secure. Those are the real issues. When we stop looking through the lens of being reelected and start looking through the lens of actually doing stuff, that's where this starts making sense to people.”

Launch Angle
Ep 145 | The Final Week

Launch Angle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 57:30


It's the last week of the Major League season and Van, Rob, and Jeff are here to talk a little about it. They discuss their own leagues and the decisions they made these final days as well as hit on the AL MVP vote, and plenty of looking ahead to next year while discussing players like Jo Adell, Jarred Kelenic, Whit Merrifield, Paul Goldschmidt, and even debate the top catcher in drafts next year

Major League University Developmental Podcast
Coach Jake Banwart: How to Run a Baseball Organization at an Elite Level on Champions School 210

Major League University Developmental Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 68:34


FOLLOW @ProjectSandlot ON TWITTER WEEKEND ROTATION NEWSLETTER SIGN UP LINK : https://majorleagueuniversity.us20.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=e075cf6bb1f290f29394a2b2b&id=ad0f96cc0c **************************************************************************** I just want to help athletes as much as I can. Season 2, Episode 10: Jake Banwart – Head Baseball Coach and Owner of BAM FAM, Presented by Major League University. Twitter: @CoachBanwart20 Jake Banwart is a dude I want to play for. He has grown Baseball Academics Midwest over the years into a powerhouse program. The cool thing about it, he has done it the right way. They stack the learning and improve player IQ. They are huge on the mental side of the game and care more about the athlete than the dollar. This one is one you are going to want to stick around till the end for! Jake, we can't thank you enough for taking the time to join us on the podcast. Everyone listening will benefit! We look forward to seeing you in the near future! ********************************************************************** Welcome back to another episode of Champions School. I am Ray McIntire joined by Austin Byler breaking down all things character, leadership, cool stuff really. We don't have a clean intro but I don't like it when it's too scripted. Today we have Jake Banwart with the BAM FAM. He actually has done a lot things including running two businesses, coaching multiple teams and the organization has a ton of teams. They are out of Indianapolis, stick around for that, it's a great interview. We will get into the full story later in the podcast but he's a really genuine guy and it's cool to see how that program operates. Updates for us: we just got back from Maxwell, CA. Shout out to T-Wells. It was a great time running an awesome camp. Touch on that and your outing on the mound. Ray came in and closed it out for four innings. That's right, three innings on the mound, three runs given up. The whole trip to Maxwell was awesome though. It is a super small town with maybe a couple hundred kids at the whole high school. Tyler Wells is a former teammate of ours and is out there as the head coach of the high school and he is doing a great job. We had over 70 kids from all different ages. It was cool to see everyone come together. Anyways, let's get into the good news of the week. First good news of the week: how old do you think the oldest living WWII veteran is? 101? Try again. 99? He just turned 112…. So for any of you at 55 stressing out feeling like you are getting to the back half of your life—you have twice that. First of all, anyone who serves we have to give a huge shout out to and then to be in that WWII era and be around this long. I just wanted to give him a birthday shout out. His name is Lawrence Brooks. That is all I have, but he's a legend. That's number 1. Number 2: TJ Friedl! TJ was an outfielder for us at the University of Nevada, walked onto the team and one of the hardest working dudes and is a stand-up guy. Really he just kept it going through the minor league system. He hit a bomb in his first [game] with the Reds. Shout out to TJ, what do you think about that whole situation? Unreal story. ****************************************** Baseball. Mindset. Leadership. Culture. Peak performance. College. Athletics. NCAA. Sports. Podcast. Champions School. Ray McIntire. Austin Byler. MLB. Major League. Major League University. BAM. FAM. Travel ball. Indiana. College baseball. Head coach. Interview.

WDRB SportsPod
Major League Football to Louisville?

WDRB SportsPod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 17:25


WDRB's John Lewis talks with Adam J. McLean, the commissioner of the upstart Major League Football, to discuss his idea of starting up a 32 team fall professional football league and placing a franchise in Louisville

ONE TAKE with JESS
#43 Linda Wawrzyniak, Founder of Major League Consulting and Jess Mashkevich on One Take with Jess

ONE TAKE with JESS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 75:34


How cool! Working with Major League Baseball players to optimize their performance on and off the field with "adjustments"! Linda believes that life is not about doing it all, it's about doing it well. And to do it well calls for adjustments. Linda started out as an engineering major in college, became a mom, invented a product, and then taught at a local college which led to her affiliation with Major League Baseball (the MLB). We talk all about it in the podcast. Her "PAR" test and Million Dollar Adjustments program help develop high performance people in competitive environments, one adjustment at a time. She is the author of the book "Million Dollar Adjustments - The Power of Small Changes on Performance, Productivity, and Peace" now available on Amazon, Barnes & Nobles, majorleagueconsulting(dot)com, and anywhere books are sold.

Nats Chat
Game 152: Soto Reaches Base 5 Times in Gray's 1st Win

Nats Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 41:18


The Nats won 7-5 in Miami for a rare series victory. Mark & Al begin with Josiah Gray's much needed solid outing that resulted in his career Major League win.  Most encouraging for Gray was that he did not allow any homers and only issued one walk in six innings.(11:55) Juan Soto was all over the scorecard on Wednesday night as he reached base five times and was a triple shy of the cycle.  Soto walked twice; tying Bryce Harper's single season franchise record of 130.  Where does Soto's MVP campaign stack up against Harper's case?(23:53) Luis Garcia went yard for the sixth time this season and had a strong series at the plate.  This month he has eight doubles and is hitting above .280.(31:51) Alex Avila started for the second time recently as Riley Adams has only started one of the past eleven games at catcher.  A flabbergasted Al begs Mark for an explanation as to why they are using the retiring veteran as opposed to giving the at bats to Riley.(36:42) Cade Cavalli only lasted four innings in his latest AAA start, but didn't walk any batters. Should fans be concerned that he has struggled at this level? 

The Big Show
The Big Show - September 22, 2021 - Hour 4

The Big Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 53:24


5p- Utah Jazz Insider Report: David Locke, radio voice 530p- how USC and Major League (the movie) could have something in common 550p- pop music and why we love it so 650p- show wrap

Mike Seminary & Friends
Small town boy with major league vision

Mike Seminary & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021


Once he decided the implement business wasn't in his future, Eric Hardmeyer found that the banking business was. Working his way up at the Bank of North Dakota, he held the President and CEO position for over 20 years, retiring in July. Episode 35

Sports Day Tampa Bay
Has Leonard Fournette Passed Ronald Jones On Bucs Running Back Depth Chart & Shane Baz Making Major League Debut

Sports Day Tampa Bay

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 52:58


Rick Stroud and Steve Versnick break down the running back situation for the Buccaneers as Leonard Fournette seems poised to become RB1 and where is Giovani Bernard in the rotation. Plus the Bucs defense is struggling against the pass, Jameis Winston struggles in Saints loss to Panthers, reviewing the weekend in college football including Florida-Alabama, Florida State's 0-3 start and the Rays have Shane Baz on the mound for his Major League debut on Monday night. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Raven Effect
Does the Masked Singer hand out masks?

The Raven Effect

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 55:17


Feeney is looking different this week; WTF is The Voice?  How does it work?  Recap of Rich's adventure from Florida to the northeast; Who is Curt Schilling and why does Rich hate him so much?  Best sports movies, including Tin Cup, Slapshot, Major League, Caddyshack and more; RIP Norm MacDonald; WWE launches NXT 2.0, what has changed; Triple H has a cardiac event and undergoes surgery; Fanmail, and of course, all the usual perversions.    Follow the guys on Twitter! Raven - @theRavenEffect Rich - @RichBocchini Feeney - @jffeeney3rd   Get yourself the best Wooden Jigsaw puzzles at unidragon.com - Shop now and Save 10% using the promo code RAVEN   Have Raven say things that you want him to say, either for yourself or for someone you want to talk big-game shit to by going to www.cameo.com/ravenprime1   If you want all the uncensored goodness AND watch The Raven Effect, sign up for Patreon by going to www.patreon.com/TheRavenEffect

Major League University Developmental Podcast
Coach Cole Mahoney Demonstrates the Importance of Connection with Players on Champions School 209

Major League University Developmental Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 55:06


FOLLOW @ProjectSandlot ON TWITTER WEEKEND ROTATION NEWSLETTER SIGN UP LINK : https://majorleagueuniversity.us20.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=e075cf6bb1f290f29394a2b2b&id=ad0f96cc0c **************************************************************************** It made me who I am today. Season 2, Episode 9: Cole Mahoney – Head Baseball Coach for the Ventura College, Presented by Major League University. Twitter: @CoachCMB You know those people you come across that you instantly connect with? For whatever reason, those people just come across with a good vibe and intention. Coach Mahoney is one of those guys. We all want to win and have every guy get to the big leagues. The reality is, coaches produce more good PEOPLE than good big leaguers. We dive into the trek from Canada to Southern California and the many stops along his path. Also, ice hockey, sports cards, and surfing (which we could all be better at). Cole, thank you again for coming on the show, it means a lot. We wish you and VC the best! ********************************************************************** Welcome back to Champions School where we talk leadership, character, and all things sports and MLU-related. BZB, how are you doing? I am doing great, Ray. Today we have a very, very good podcast so I am excited. How are you doing Ray? I am great. First, this is my new guy. The first person to reach out and tell me this guy's name via the comments below or the DM's, they are going to get sent something cool. Can I qualify for this? No, you can't. You wouldn't have the answer anyways. You're right I would not have the answer. What is new with MLU? I know we have a very busy Fall coming up. What is on the list? We had a great summer and just got a little breather in there through the end of August to reset and reengage. This fall we have some exciting things going on… our first ever Lake Tahoe Leadership Retreat which is going to be awesome. If you are in the area, come on over for that on October 8th. It is going to be a one-day event. We have another one set up for July set up here in Arizona. Then some camps! Camp season is starting this weekend. We will be up here near your hometown of Winters in Maxwell, California. Then we have plenty of the schools, the camps, and that doesn't even touch on the NFT space that Ray has been crushing lately. I am so excited for that. NFTs we are so excited, just brought on Lauren Turton for an episode of Sandlot Talk so if you haven't seen it get over there to check it out! We are going to try put out one of every week. A lot of good stuff on that end. The art is also really coming along. I think we are probably a week away from the art being fully done so that is huge. Anyways, good news of the week... ************************************************************** Baseball. Mindset. Leadership. Culture. Peak performance. College. Athletics. NCAA. Sports. Podcast. Champions School. Ray McIntire. Austin Byler. MLB. Major League. Major League University. Ventura college. College baseball. Head coach. Interview. Music: Suddenly - Otis McDonald Support by RFM - NCM: https://youtu.be/uLAPKlGdJJQ

Baltimore Orioles: Inside the Yard Podcast
S2 Ep24: Big Mike Baumann

Baltimore Orioles: Inside the Yard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 36:47


Rookie pitcher Mike Baumann stopped by Inside the Yard with Brett Hollander and Geoff Arnold to chat about his first Major League start, his relationship with Austin Hays and Zac Lowther, and how many fantasy football teams he is a part of. MASNSport.com and Orioles Insider Steve Melewski shares his praise for rookie Ryan Mountcastle and his insight on the Minor League prospects as the season comes to the close. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

With a Side of Knowledge
On Baseball and Critiquing Things You Love—Katherine Walden, Notre Dame

With a Side of Knowledge

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 36:46


We started out as the show that invited scholars, makers, and professionals to brunch for informal conversations about their work—but last season, we needed to record remotely. This year we're excited to be able to bring back in-person interviews while still taking advantage of the flexibility afforded by our remote setup.But whether we're literally sitting down with a guest or talking with them virtually from that trusty old walk-in closet, we hope you'll find that you're glad you stopped by.To start season 5, host Ted Fox grabbed a cup of coffee and headed to the courtyard outside Notre Dame's Hesburgh Library, right beneath the famous “Word of Life” mural on the building's south side. More popularly known as Touchdown Jesus, the mural is a fitting backdrop for a conversation about sports, which is what Katherine Walden and Ted met to talk about—albeit baseball rather than football.Katherine is an assistant teaching professor of American studies at Notre Dame and an affiliated faculty member of the Notre Dame Technology Ethics Center. Her research employs data analysis, visualization, and interactive digital mapping to illustrate the scale and scope of Minor League Baseball labor, as well as the historical forces and labor structures that shape Minor League players' working conditions.Why Minor League Baseball? After all, the vast majority of baseball fans' attention gets devoted to the likes of the Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Red Sox, and the other 27 clubs that make up Major League Baseball.But as Katherine points out, 90 percent of professional baseball players are actually Minor Leaguers, who for the most part grind out their days in relative anonymity. Her work has grown out of asking: What happens if we put that 90 percent at the center?The answers give all of us who love our national pastime a lot to think about.LINKSSporting News Article: Even after overdue salary bump, baseball's minor leaguers still paid far below NBA, NHL counterpartsKatherine on The Uncertain Hour (podcast)Episode Transcript

Back in Time Podcast
RETRO Major League

Back in Time Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 70:24


With the regular season winding down for baseball, we wanted to throw back to one of our favorites from the archives, Major League! Later this month we will be covering, Rookie of the Year so stay tuned for that. Retro Episode Notes: Warm up the arm and get ready to throw some 100 MPH heaters, this week we dive into the 1989 sports/comedy film, Major League. During the episode we break down the movie scene by scene and talk about how much we love these characters, what a possible reboot or sequel would look like and share our favorite memories from attending major league baseball games live.Subscribe for Free on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, Anchor Fm, Google Podcasts, Castbox Fm, iHeartRadio, Breaker, Overcast, Pocket Cast and Radio Public.*Thanks for listening! If you like the podcast, please Rate it 5 Stars on Apple Podcasts! Follow us every week for more retro nostalgia filled movie reviews.*Follow us on Instagram @backintimepod Follow us on Twitter @backintimepod Facebook Back in Time Podcast YouTube Back in Time Podcast Follow Kyle @kautrey29 Follow JD @unjustjustinWho we are: Back in Time Pod is a unique journey into the depths of the films that defined a generation. Join us in our DeLorean as we examine the year each movie came out, original trailer, box office numbers, critic response, production, and provide a play by play of the story.Oh yeah, we are also really funny!

Wherever Jon May Roam, with National Corn Growers Association CEO Jon Doggett
24. Former White Sox Outfielder Ron Kittle Recaps the MLB Field of Dreams game, with NCGA President John Linder

Wherever Jon May Roam, with National Corn Growers Association CEO Jon Doggett

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 36:42


The Field of Dreams is an iconic movie for baseball fans and corn growers alike, and the image of an idyllic baseball diamond set amongst the Iowa corn stalks has endured now for decades. But this summer, the NCGA had the opportunity to be part of Major League Baseball's plan to bring baseball back to that field in Dyersville. And on this episode, we'll relive the event with Ron Kittle, former White Sox outfielder and 1983 AL Rookie of the Year, as well as NCGA President John Linder. Together with Jon and Dusty, they'll revisit the planning that made this special event possible, share stories from game day and explore Ron's career in Major League baseball. Plus, John Linder shares the tale of his run-in with actor Kevin Costner at the game itself.

Podcast de Jugador Franquicia
Major League Bruce Arena

Podcast de Jugador Franquicia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 65:32


Regresamos después de una larga ausencia para tratar de comprender a esta liga inexplicable. Hablamos del Revolution, pero también dedicamos tiempo a Nashville, Colorado, Atlanta, LAFC. Mencionamos a los recién llegados a la ligas y las primeras impresiones que dejan.

Major League University Developmental Podcast
Coach Craig Gianinno on Building Culture from Within on Champions School 208 with Major League Univ.

Major League University Developmental Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 74:13


FOLLOW @ProjectSandlot ON TWITTER WEEKEND ROTATION SIGN UP LINK : https://majorleagueuniversity.us20.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=e075cf6bb1f290f29394a2b2b&id=ad0f96cc0c **************************************************************************** It made me who I am today. Season 2, Episode 8: Craig Gianinno – Director of Player Development for the University of San Francisco Baseball Team, Presented by Major League University. Twitter: @CGianinno4 Coach Craig Gianinno is an amazing coach and a great father. After the journey he has been on, it is easy to understand why. Craig takes the lessons he learned as a high school head coach for a powerhouse in the bay area and uses them to help the masses today. Dive into the development meetings with us and BE SURE to check out the Leadership Hot Stove at the ABCA this year! As always (now at least), we wrap up with a fun game of On it or Off it where we dive into country living, chocolate/vanilla swirl ice cream, and the Dodgers chances of winning the World Series. If you enjoyed this episode please drop a like and a comment as it really helps us get the word out! If you haven't already be sure to subscribe to our channel for all the latest videos and turn on the notifications so you know when it comes out! Thank you all, once again, for your support. It has been unbelievable! We can't wait to see where this journey leads! Have a great week! **************************************************************** If you're giving your best in that department, that's success to me. Welcome back to another episode of Champions School. My name is Ray McIntire, joined once again by my guy BZB, Austin Byler. This episode we have Craig Gianinno who is the Director of Player Development with the University of San Francisco Dons and a great baseball mind—but before we get to that, how are you doing? Follow your dreams back here the little Mac Miller pretty dope. I just want to say the background looks fantastic. I am just juiced on it I think it looks great. What it new with MLU? Yea there are some big time wins here. Project Sandlot is coming soon, the world of NFTs is here. We are both really excited for this and we think it could really change the way we do things. Good news of the week. Derek Jeter, the GOAT, inducted into the Hall of Fame. Someone asked where I would rank him amongst shortstops all time. I put him number one and got absolutely blasted. As a ‘90s baby Derek Jeter was one of the best of all time. Coach Milner with ACU felt the same way you did when he tweeted at us this morning. On it or off it We are going to run On It or Off It. Kep was just our second guest on this segment of the show and he did great. It is going to be a list of ten things where you will give us a, “I'm on it, I am for it” or, “off it, not my thing” plus a one sentence explanation as to why. Alright let's go. Number one—the Dodgers winning the World Series this year? No shot. Why, what do you got? The Dodgers man, I'm a diehard Giants fan. Energy drinks? Natural energy right here, off it. Ummm West Coast over the East Coast? Summer over winter? Summer, one hundred. Golfing? On it. You a good golfer? Only when money's on the line. Sand bagger. Living in the country. Tweener. City guy. Big league chew. On it. That's all about being a little kid right there. You killed it by the way! Very smooth with the answers and ready to go. Thank you again coach, this has been awesome! Wisdom nugget Wednesday as we are recording and you were just dropping bombs so thank you so much. It has been a blessing having you on the show coach! We are exited to watch you guys at USF this year. ************************* Baseball. Mindset. Leadership. Culture. Peak performance. College. Athletics. NCAA. Sports. Podcast. Champions School. Ray McIntire. Austin Byler. MLB. Major League. Major League University.

Is It Jaws? Movie Reviews
Is it Jaws #131 – Major League

Is It Jaws? Movie Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021


A movie review show that asks the question: Is It Jaws?  Or, in simpler terms, is it a classic, is it good, is it just watchable...or is it totally unwatchable?  Host, Paul Spataro, is joined by a variety of cohosts to look at movies from all

Two True Freaks! Mega Feed
Is it Jaws #131 – Major League

Two True Freaks! Mega Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021


A movie review show that asks the question: Is It Jaws?  Or, in simpler terms, is it a classic, is it good, is it just watchable...or is it totally unwatchable?  Host, Paul Spataro, is joined by a variety of cohosts to look at movies from all

Meaningless Activity
FYC: Charlie Sheen

Meaningless Activity

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 25:03


Major League is a 1989 American sports comedy film produced by Chris Chesser and Irby Smith, written and directed by David S. Ward, that stars Tom Berenger, Charlie Sheen, Wesley Snipes, James Gammon, Bob Uecker, Rene Russo, Dennis Haysbert, and Corbin Bernsen. Made for $11 million, Major League grossed $75 million worldwide.

Hero Heads Podcast
FYC: Charlie Sheen

Hero Heads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 25:03


Major League is a 1989 American sports comedy film produced by Chris Chesser and Irby Smith, written and directed by David S. Ward, that stars Tom Berenger, Charlie Sheen, Wesley Snipes, James Gammon, Bob Uecker, Rene Russo, Dennis Haysbert, and Corbin Bernsen. Made for $11 million, Major League grossed $75 million worldwide.

Miscast Commentary
Major League (1989) Commentary | Charlie Sheen, Wesley Snipes, Tom Berenger | Miscast Commentary

Miscast Commentary

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 108:30


The guys are back to their 80s roots with a comedy classic, Major League. Joe discusses the upcoming change to the name of the Cleveland Indians.They talk about the all star cast and who didn't return for the sequel. Joe reveals which cast member was a former baseball player in school and took steroids during production. He also reveals an upcoming movie release featuring Charlie Sheen, George Clooney and Laura Dern.They discuss their preferred baseball positions and debate how appropriate the treatment of the Pedro Cerrano character was. They discuss their anxiety based dreams and the funny circumstances behind the hiring of Bob Uecker as the announcer. They argue about who the real breadwinner was between J-Lo and A-Rod. Joe talks about Mitch Williams, the Cubs pitcher who tried to co-opt the Wild Thing Persona and they discuss infidelity with athletes on the road. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DISCORD - https://discord.gg/a6UEWh9zft PODCAST - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/miscast-commentary/id1145697204 WEBSITE - http://www.miscastcommentary.com/ TWITTER - https://twitter.com/miscastpodcast TIK TOK - https://www.tiktok.com/@miscastcommentary FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/miscastcommentary TEEPUBLIC - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/miscast-commentary?ref_id=7636 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow Joe! TWITCH - https://twitch.tv/miscastjoe TWITTER - https://twitter.com/miscastjoe TIK TOK - https://www.tiktok.com/@miscastjoe INSTAGRAM - https://instagram.com/miscastjoe YOUTUBE - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG_C1IbIGU8MzoSI1LovPzw ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow Todd! TWITTER - https://twitter.com/MiscastTodd ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Support this podcast

White Sox Talk Podcast
Jimmy Lambert takes us behind the scenes of his first major league win

White Sox Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 33:48


Oakland might be a house of horrors for the White Sox, but not to Jimmy Lambert. The White Sox starter came up from Triple-A and shut down the A's for his first major league victory. How did he do it? Lambert speaks with Chuck Garfien about everything that happened on the field and behind the scenes, including almost getting hit by the foul ball that nailed Eloy Jimenez in the knee, as well as the massive beer shower that his teammates gave him after the game. Lambert also talks about his bumpy road from the minors to the majors, coming back from Tommy John surgery to nail down his first MLB win, and why he believes there's plenty more coming in his future. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Al Galdi Podcast
Episode 140: Tanya Snyder speaks and much more

The Al Galdi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 92:19


Washington Football Team: analysis of what Tanya Snyder said on The Adam Schefter Podcast about the WFT's final candidates for a permanent name and about all of the off-the-field issues for Washington over the last 16 months Washington Football Team: additional thoughts on the departure of Jimmy Moreland, including a breakdown of the complicated transactional path Guest: Chargers insider Jeff Miller of The Los Angeles Times with an in-depth look at the Washington Football Team's opponent in Week 1 Guest: Dr. Matthew Mintz, who has been rated as a top doctor by Bethesda Magazine and Washingtonian Magazine, on the 2021 NFL season and the COVID-19 pandemic in terms of competitive balance, including how the league mandating that players get vaccinated could lead to the removal of protocols Nationals: examining how an 8-5 loss at the Atlanta Braves epitomizes the 2021 Nats - bad pitching but sneaky-good hitting Orioles: react to Mike Baumann's Major League debut and to Cedric Mullins and Austin Hays continuing to rake in a 7-3 win over the Kansas City Royals Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Short Porch
Episode 287: The Yankees Might Suck Again + The First Ever Tommy Smokes Hosted Episode

The Short Porch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 51:54


The Yankees have fallen off the wagon after their historic 13 game winning streak came to an end, going 2-7 in their last 9 against the Athletics, Angels, Orioles (!) and an 8-0 loss to the Wild Card contending Blue Jays. Andrew Heaney and Brooks Kriske are still seeing Major League pitching time even though we have Luis Gil in the minors. It's becoming abundantly clear that the push for the post season is not going to be easy, and it might be time to start biting your nails now. Strap in folks. This episode also makes history as the first without Hubbs, who is at the US Open. Tommy and Marty definitely respect Hubbs' absence and definitely DON'T make fun of him for the whole episode. Enjoy. Outro Song: “Faraway” via APM Music Library

The Al Galdi Podcast
Episode 134: in-depth prediction and preview of Washington Football Team's cutdown to 53 and much more

The Al Galdi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 56:08


07:50 - Washington Football Team: Galdi gives his projected season-opening 53-man roster for the WFT, including examining the key questions, dilemmas and possibilities 34:03 - Nationals: analysis of a 7-4 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies, including the Major League debut for Keibert Ruiz as a Nat and a rough outing by Josiah Gray 49:39 - Orioles: thoughts on a 7-3 loss at the Toronto Blue Jays, including Ryan Mountcastle continuing his torrid August Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Quantum Week
April 16-22, 1989: Major League/Like A Prayer

Quantum Week

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 92:57


On this episode of Quantum Week: movie “Major League”, and song “Like A Prayer” by Madonna.   Please support our sponsors!   Two Tours CBD: , use code word “QW” for 10% off and free shipping.   Want extra content? Become a Patron!

Buzzn The Tower
Recasting Major League

Buzzn The Tower

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 58:00


Burn onnnnn big river.... burn on. In 1969 Randy Newman read an article about the heavily polluted Cuyahoga River in Ohio literally catching on fire! Little did he know that twenty years later his melodic creation would hitch itself to the greatest baseball movie ever filmed. Some will say The Natural, Bull Durham or Field of Dreams deserve that title, but to that I say "Forget about the curveball Ricky, GIVE HIM THE HEATER!" Today on Buzzn The Tower, we will tempt fate yet again as we recast the characters of Major League with other 80s actors. I'm Mo Shapiro and joining me as always, the guy who's name we could not find on IMDB or anywhere, to my Harry Doyle, Max Sanders. And with that... JUUUUUUUST A BIT OUTTTTSIDE!