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If we want our culture back, if we want to save souls, we have to talk openly about Satan and what God told us about times such as these. Here is Satan at work in Major League Baseball. In this video you will watch the effective owners of the Los Angeles Dodgers perform a sexualized reenactment of the Lord Jesus Christ dying on the cross for humanity. The group apparently doing that vile, ungodly act is called The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. They had been disinvited the the Los Angeles Dodgers until the Satanic group sat the suits who run the team down and engaged them in a struggle session. Now, the Los Angeles Dodgers will honor these satanists during a baseball game in a stadium built on land stolen by abuse of eminent domain. They are owned. Christian players, coaches and fans have the following choice: Jesus or Major League Baseball. The MLB can get away with this because less than half of Americans are certain God exists and many Christians are not convinced Satan is real. They can get away with it because, unless it's mocking same-sex attracted people or Muslims, the Mockingbird Media will bury it. So, we need to talk about it. Here's Satan at work in Target Stores. Target Partnered With Satan Supporter Who Wants To ‘Eradicate' Critics Of TransgenderismIs this Satan at work in the body of this Nebraska State Senator who is obsessed with mutilating children because she loves them so much? The Senator says she is doing God's Will. Senator Machaela Cavanaugh invokes God in opposition to LB574, a bill restricting abortion and SO_CALLED “transgender” “health” care [Read: mutilating kids] in the Nebraska Legislature. Note to Macheala: God often uses people just like you, but not in the way you seem to imagine. How can this be anything but Satan at work? A woman who co-bosses a committee in King Country, home of the separate Country of Seattle, screams at a colleague for refusing to enthusiastically endorse a child rapist to help decide where and how to house homeless kids. Guess where this man was when he abused kids? What does God's Word say? Matthew 10:4-254 Jesus answered: “Watch out that no one deceives you. 5 For many will come in my name, claiming, ‘I am the Messiah,' and will deceive many. 6 You will hear of wars and rumors of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come. 7 Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be famines and earthquakes in various places. 8 All these are the beginning of birth pains.9 “Then you will be handed over to be persecuted and put to death, and you will be hated by all nations because of me. 10 At that time many will turn away from the faith and will betray and hate each other, 11 and many false prophets will appear and deceive many people. 12 Because of the increase of wickedness, the love of most will grow cold, 13 but the one who stands firm to the end will be saved. 14 And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.15 “So when you see standing in the holy place ‘the abomination that causes desolation,'[a] spoken of through the prophet Daniel—let the reader understand— 16 then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains. 17 Let no one on the housetop go down to take anything out of the house. 18 Let no one in the field go back to get their cloak. 19 How dreadful it will be in those days for pregnant women and nursing mothers! 20 Pray that your flight will not take place in winter or on the Sabbath. 21 For then there will be great distress, unequaled from the beginning of the world until now—and never to be equaled again.22 “If those days had not been cut short, no one would survive, but for the sake of the elect those days will be shortened. 23 At that time if anyone says to you, ‘Look, here is the Messiah!' or, ‘There he is!' do not believe it. 24 For false messiahs and false prophets will appear and perform great signs and wonders to deceive, if possible, even the elect. 25 See, I have told you ahead of time.Episode 851 Links:Does God exist? Only half of Americans say a definite yesLA Dodgers apologize to group of 'Drag Nuns' dedicated to mocking Catholics, reinvite them to Pride Night to accept award“- Go forth and sin some more.”Dodger Stadium was created because of governmental overreachGospel Giant Tim Keller Leaves A Profound Legacy Worthy Of High Praise And Fair CritiqueA 2020 Pew Research study revealed that 40% of liberal, white women ages 30-49 have a mental health issue. If you don't believe that, here's Nebraska State Senator Michaela Cavenaugh to prove it.. . . State Sen. Machaela Cavanaugh invokes God in opposition to LB574, a bill restricting abortion and transgender health care in the Nebraska Legislature.What is called "gender affirming care" has permanently injured thousands. Transition Justice is connecting survivors of experimental gender medicine with legal assistance. If you or your child were harmed by "gender affirming care", please visit http://transitionjustice.orgDuring a meeting of the @KingCoRHA Continuum of Care board, co-chair Shanéé Colston yelled at another member who objected to nominating a sex offender to the board “He's here because sex offenders are another population that is vulnerable that don't have housing!”Seattle Official Berates Board Member for Calling Out Nominee's Pedophilia, Describing ‘Bad Experience' With Him; The co-chair has refused to resign after mistreating the board member and defending the pedophile.4Patriotshttps://4patriots.com/toddOrder the 3-month Survival Food Kit and get a FREE bonus gift package including 2 72-hour Survival Food Kits or save 10% on everything else with code TODD. 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Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis
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Mike Rankin and James Fox welcomed on Baseball America writer and co-host of the Future Projection Podcast Ben Badler to inform us on the latest international signing class the Chicago White Sox will add to its organization. Badler shared perspective on pitcher Luis Reyes, outfielder Abraham Nunez Jr. and more. Later, Badler provided his thoughts on the way the White Sox approach the international market compared to the rest of Major League Baseball. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Fish Stripes: for Miami Marlins fans
Jacob Stallings is one of the worst players in Major League Baseball. Ely Sussman says the Marlins must come to terms with that disappointing reality and sharply reduce his playing time in favor of Nick Fortes, giving Fortes every opportunity to prove himself before shopping outside the organization for catching help. Follow Ely (@RealEly) and Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) on Twitter. Check out our full coverage at FishStripes.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Fish Stripes: for Miami Marlins fans
FISH STRIPES UNFILTERED - EPISODE 41 The longest-serving television analyst in Miami Marlins history, Tommy Hutton of Bally Sports Florida, joins Isaac Azout and Kevin Barral. Their conversation includes: How he got his start as a broadcaster His amazing numbers against Hall of Famer Tom Seaver Keys to being a successful pinch-hitter Getting hired by the Marlins (for the first time) and favorite memories with the team Impact of Major League Baseball's new rule changes Whether the 2023 Marlins can sustain their winning ways Skip Schumaker's impressive first season as manager Ongoing 30th anniversary celebration taking place at LoanDepot Park this season Follow Tommy (@THUT14), Isaac (@IsaacAzout), Kevin (@kevin_barral) and Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) on Twitter. Full Miami Marlins coverage here at FishStripes.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
You might not know this about our Line Producer Jackie Martin, but she is an Air Force Veteran who served from 2000-2005. On The Takeaway, she has produced segments about “Other Than Honorably” Discharged LGBTQ+ Veterans who were discriminated against and discharged due solely to their sexual orientation, gender identity or HIV status. On top of that, she has coproduced a number of other segments about sports, politics, and culture. "After she left the AirForce she began her career in radio, where she worked for Howard Stern, and the SiriusXM sports channels. Jacklyn joined the Takeaway in January 2020 and has led production on a number of stories. She is the mother of two and enjoys traveling with her family, visiting every Major League Baseball stadium across the U.S. is her goal, and she also enjoys hiking, biking, or any outdoor activity." Jackie is thoughtful and empathetic, and most of all, unparalleled in the speed and quality of her work on the show. That is why we want to thank her for all her work and wish her all the best in her future endeavors.
On Friar, A San Diego Sports Wrap Podcast
The podcast goes global as Patrick joins us from Ireland, where he continually tells everyone he is on a "work" trip. 2x WNBA All-Star Ivory Latta joined the show (not from Ireland). She had an open discussion about the state of women's basketball as the WNBA season is about to tip off. She discussed the NCAA Women's National Championship Game which saw 10 million viewers. She also expressed her excitement that Britney Griner is returning to play WNBA basketball this year, and told extraordinary tales about her 6 seasons playing overseas. Patrick and Seth wrap up the podcast talking about the latest odds for the conference finals in both the NBA and NHL. They also break down the AL East in Major League Baseball.
Andrew Hauser has worked in various roles in his 14 years of experience as an athletic trainer and strength coach, with his most recent role being the Director of Performance Rehab with the Los Angeles Dodgers, during which he was a part of their 2020 World Series team. Andrew's passions lie in both the strength and medical aspects of sports and professional development and education. Before moving to L.A., he served as the Director of Health & Performance for the Atlanta Braves where he oversaw medical and strength staff and was able to integrate departments in the Major League and Minor Leagues all while continuing to develop and refine his and his colleagues' skills. Andrew's experience in sports extends beyond baseball. He has worked with a number of athletes in the NFL, NHL, MLS, and track/field and has become a sought-after consultant and public speaker for professionals and athletes nationwide. Today we discuss all sorts of great topics including training respiration, building a team, and much more. Enjoy! Show Notes Upcoming Courses Human Locomotion.com | Code 'GESTALTEDUCATION10' Core360 Belt | Code 'GESTALT' Dynamic Disc Designs | Code 'GESTALT' --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/gestalt-education/support
John T. Meyer built more than just a business to work for. John and the other co-founders of Lemonly built a teamwork culture that brought success to table. John T. Meyer is a seasoned leader who is passionate about inspiring others to be their best selves. With more than 15 years of experience in leadership roles, John has learned on the job by taking risks, making mistakes, and challenging himself and his teams to improve every day. Currently, John is the Executive Director of Leadership South Dakota, where he is dedicated to developing the next generation of leaders in South Dakota. In addition to his work with Leadership SD, John is also the founder of January, a coaching company where he helps founders grow and scale their businesses. John is perhaps best known for co-founding Lemonly in 2011, a design firm that has worked with some of the world's most recognizable brands, including Netflix, Marriott, Major League Baseball, and Google. As CEO of Lemonly, John fostered a strong company culture that gained regional and national attention, making it one of the best places to work in the Midwest. When he's not working, John enjoys spending time with his wife Paige Pearson Meyer and being a proud girl dad to Margot and Liv. He's also an avid runner, traveler, and always on the lookout for the next big idea. Highlights from Episode: 3 outgoing podcasters actually start the episode around 3:30 Building Lemonly from a basement The transition from Business Owner to Entrepreneur The consequences of selling your business Finding or recreating identity Transition to Leadership South Dakota "Be someone's cheerleader." How to create culture NEW SEGMENT, Guest asks a question This episode is sponsored by: Origin Health (https://www.originhealthsf.com/) Meadowland Financial (https://meadowlandfinancialgroup.com/) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mandate/message
Baseball and BBQ are well represented with World Series Champion, Jeremy Affeldt and Barbecue Enthusiast, Jon Solberg Jeremy Affeldt is a former Major League Baseball pitcher who played for the Kansas City Royals, Colorado Rockies, Cincinnati Reds, and San Francisco Giants. His teams have played in four World Series; one on the losing side with the Colorado Rockies and three winning efforts with the San Francisco Giants. He thrives under pressure and with ice in his veins was more suited to pitching out of the bullpen in high pressure situations. Jeremy shares lots of stories, many baseball related, such as the honesty he demonstrated when he gave back a significant sum of money to San Francisco Giants ownership which legally he could have kept due to a clerical contract error. However, other stories involve his life outside of baseball including saving his dog's life, his multiple philanthropic endeavors and his newest project, Free Roam Brewing Company, a brewery with a significant buffalo related theme. We are joined by Doug Scheiding who truly knows baseball and adds his own special flare. For more information on Jeremy go to https://www.jeremyaffeldt.com/ Jon Solberg enjoys cooking outdoors and has been studying the art of live fire cooking for the last 30 years. "Both low and slow, hot and fast, charcoal, wood, gas; it doesn't matter." He loves to restore grills and smokers of all kinds. He even makes his own charcoal. We first learned of Jon from listening to the Embedded Correspondents segment on The BBQ Central Show. Jon serves on the show as the Michigan Embedded Correspondent as well as the show's historian who assembles the weekly podcast, The Best Moments of the BBQ Central Show in 10 Minutes or Less. One of the many things you notice when speaking to John is how humble he is. He loves what he does, has his hands in all things barbecue, but is all about helping others. Go to https://jonsolberg.com/ for more information on Jon and the paid services he is able to provide regarding barbecue, internet content, and voice over and post production work. We conclude the show with the song, Baseball Always Brings You Home from the musician, Dave Dresser and the poet, Shel Krakofsky. We recommend you go to Baseball BBQ, https://baseballbbq.com for special grilling tools and accessories, Magnechef https://magnechef.com/ for excellent and unique barbecue gloves, Cutting Edge Firewood High Quality Kiln Dried Firewood - Cutting Edge Firewood in Atlanta for high quality firewood and cooking wood, Mantis BBQ, https://mantisbbq.com/ to purchase their outstanding sauces with a portion of the proceeds being donated to the Kidney Project, and for exceptional sauces, Elda's Kitchen https://eldaskitchen.com/ We truly appreciate our listeners and hope that all of you are staying safe. If you would like to contact the show, we would love to hear from you. Call the show: (516) 855-8214 Email: email@example.com Twitter: @baseballandbbq Instagram: baseballandbarbecue YouTube: baseball and bbq Website: https//baseballandbbq.weebly.com Facebook: baseball and bbq
We start Rapid Fire by discussing the news that Notre Dame's exclusive negotiating period with Under Armour has expired, which makes Notre Dame free to negotiate its shoe and apparel deal on the open market. Other topics include: * Notre Dame cornerbacks and linebackers are in the top 10 in preseason positional rankings. * Former Irish and current Alabama offensive coordinator Tommy Rees is also ranked among the top 10 college offensive coordinators. Would he be as highly considered if he were still at Notre Dame? * Thoughts on the reigning Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs will open the NFL season against the Detroit Lions. * Thoughts on Aaron Rodgers' first game as a New York Jet being on Monday Night Football vs Josh Allen and Buffalo. * Orlando, Florida has a $1.7 million dollar stadium proposal on the table in the hopes of bringing in a Major League Baseball team. Do we Buy or Sell another big league team in Florida? * LA Dodgers outfielder Mookie Betts stayed by himself in an Air BNB in Milwaukee while the rest of the team stayed in an old hotel that is thought to be haunted. * Golden State beat the LA Lakers Wednesday night to send their playoff series to Game 6 back in Los Angeles. We have thoughts on the Warriors' game 5 game plan. Shop for Irish Breakdown gear at our online store: https://store.irishbreakdown.com Join the Irish Breakdown premium message board: https://boards.irishbreakdown.com Stay locked into Irish Breakdown for all the latest news and analysis about Notre Dame: https://www.irishbreakdown.com Subscribe to the Irish Breakdown podcast on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Like and follow Irish Breakdown on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/irish... Sign up for the FREE Irish Breakdown daily newsletter: https://www.subscribepage.com/irish-b.... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tom and Jack are back to talk about how this Red Sox team has won them over. Then they try to figure out what is going on with the pitching staff and who will land where? Finally, they talk about the top stories around Major League Baseball.
A Mediocre Time with Tom and Dan
Join Tom and Dan on today's live stream as they dive into a wide range of intriguing topics, from feeding Luca mealworms to the possibility of an Orlando MLB team. They also share hilarious stories, discuss drive-thru technology, and explore the consequences of traceable Google searches. Don't miss out on this entertaining and informative episode! Show Notes: - Intro: Tom and Dan kick off the live stream with their signature banter and introduce the topics of the day - Feeding Luca mealworms: An adorable segment where Tom and Dan discuss feeding Luca, their pet lizard, mealworms - Tweezerman tweezers: A conversation about the practicality and quality of Tweezerman tweezers - Zelda and standing in line for video games: Nostalgic reflections on the excitement of standing in line to purchase video games, with a focus on the Zelda franchise - Kid from Star Wars episode 1: A discussion about the child actor from Star Wars Episode 1 and his subsequent career - Confrontation of the week with Ross at Costco: Tom and Dan recount a humorous confrontation they had with a person named Ross at a Costco store - Scoop chips: Exploring the joys of scoop-shaped chips and their versatility in dipping - "I heard a crunch, Jeffery!": A funny story shared by Tom or Dan about hearing an unexpected crunch sound - Do it Jeff style: A lighthearted conversation about performing tasks or actions in a specific style or manner, jokingly referred to as "Jeff style" - Drive-thru technology: Discussing advancements in drive-thru technology and how it has changed the fast-food experience - Woman who poisoned her husband: A fascinating and shocking story about a woman who poisoned her husband and the subsequent legal proceedings - Google searches traceable: Delving into the topic of online privacy and the traceability of Google searches - Glass of water by your bedside: A brief discussion about the practice of keeping a glass of water by the bedside for convenience - Brewing and stewing: Tom and Dan share their thoughts on brewing and stewing as cooking techniques - Dan's metal pitcher: Dan recounts an anecdote about a metal pitcher he owns and its usefulness - Maisie sleepwalking: A humorous and possibly bizarre story involving sleepwalking and the mischief it can lead to - Orlando MLB team possibility: Exploring the potential of having a Major League Baseball team in Orlando - Tom carrying fence panels by himself: Tom shares a story of his solo endeavor in carrying heavy fence panels - FB glitch sending friend requests: A discussion about a Facebook glitch that resulted in unintentional friend requests being sent Stay Connected: - Website: https://www.tomanddan.com/ - App: Download on iTunes and GooglePlay - Twitter: https://twitter.com/tomanddanlive - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amediocre.time - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tomanddanlive Tune In & Turn Up: - Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-mediocre-time-with-tom-and-dan/id308614478 - Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/a-mediocre-time-with-tom-and-dan-podcast/a-mediocre-time-with-tom-and-dan-show - TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Comedy/A-Mediocre-Time-with-Tom-and-Dan-Podcast-p393884/ - iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1248-a-mediocre-time-with-tom-30696640/ - Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0IMs3hgNDuD6qI8ldHMWvH Unlock the BDM Vault: - Join the BDM crew at https://tomanddan.com/registration - Access extra shows, OG episodes, and private BDM parties Rock Our Swag: - Get your hands on the freshest Tom & Dan merch at https://tomanddan.myshopify.com/ (inventory constantly changing) Join the Live Stream Party: - Don't miss our daily live streams at 10:30am EST on www.twitch.tv/tomanddanlive or www.youtube.com/@tomanddanlive - Hang out with the coolest chat crew and get a behind-the-scenes look at an indie podcast powerhouse - Smash that like and subscribe button on our Twitch and YouTube pages for more streaming goodness Discover Tom & Dan Watering Holes: - Thirsty for a good time? We've got you covered with Tom & Dan Watering Holes, our handpicked selection of the best bars and restaurants to kick back and relax with fellow listeners! - Find your new favorite hangout spot at www.tomanddanwateringholes.com and indulge in epic food, drink, and camaraderie.
May 11, 2023 - Who was the greatest Major League Baseball catcher of all time? If the name Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra doesn't spring to mind, have I got the movie for you. It's the story of a kid from St. Louis and D-Day veteran whose life story has the power to uplift not just fans, but people from all walks of life. In this episode, our time machine welcomes aboard sports journalist Lindsay Berra, whose here to talk about the new documentary made about the life of her grandfather, New York Yankees legend Yogi Berra. The film is called “It Ain't Over,” and if you grew up with Berra as just a pitchman, if you know him only from his Yogisims or the Hanna-Barbera rip-off cartoon Bear Who Shall Not Be Named, you are missing out on a chance to be inspired. For more on Yogi Berra's service in World War II, check out the event I emceed at the at the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center in Little Falls, New Jersey, conducted in partnership with the Bob Feller Act of Valor Foundation. It was titled: Sacrifice & Courage — A Tribute to D-Day.
What does it mean to forgive, but never forget? Bob Kendrick addresses the racial slur used, and apology given, by A's broadcaster Glen Kuiper, and why he himself has chosen the path of forgiveness, while using the moment to remember the triumph over adversity of Negro Leagues baseball. Bob also takes a moment to remember his dear friend and a member of the Black Aces, the late Vida Blue, before writer, documentarian, and comedian W. Kamau Bell joins Bob for a nuanced discussion of how Blackness has been defined through the history of baseball, on the heels of Bell's HBOMax documentary "1000% Me", examining mixed race identity. Where was the line drawn for light-skinned stars like Charlie Grant or John Donaldson? And why? Did the first ever Black Major Leaguer KNOW that he was Black? And how did Blackness evolve in baseball past a skin tone, and into an entire style of play? Laugh and learn with Bob and W. Kamau Bell, as they walk through American history. Stream W. Kamau Bell's "1000% Me" - HBOMaxFollow Bob Kendrick on Twitter - @nlbmprezTo support the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, and preserve the legacy of Buck O'Neil, please visit ThanksAMillionBuck.comVisit the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City - NLBM.com
Welcome to Eww! That's Creepy podcast! In this episode, Melissa is going to tell Jackie about numerous Major League Baseball players who have had paranormal experiences. And did we mention that they all took place in one hotel? Let's get creepy! Sources https://www.thepfisterhotel.com/boutique-hotel/pfister-history https://www.mlb.com/news/haunted-baseball-stories-from-pfister-hotel-c298043052 https://www.historichotelsthenandnow.com/pfistermilwaukee.html https://www.mlb.com/cut4/ji-man-choi-haunted-by-ghost-at-pfister-hotel-c175832078 https://onmilwaukee.com/articles/baseball-ghosts-pfister https://www.jsonline.com/story/entertainment/music/2021/09/18/megan-thee-stallion-may-have-met-ghosts-milwaukees-pfister-hotel/8396686002/ https://www.hauntedrooms.com/wisconsin/milwaukee/haunted-places/haunted-hotels/the-pfister-hotel
On Friar, A San Diego Sports Wrap Podcast
5x MLB all-star Adam Jones joined Ben & Woods on Wednesday morning! Listen here as Adam and the guys go around Major League Baseball and AJ gives us his thoughts on Shohei Ohtani's upcoming free agency, the reports of the Padres and dodgers playing regular season games in Korea next year, and MUCH more!
The Mark Moses Show is joined by Joe Lucia of The Comeback Baseball Blog to get his thoughts on how Orlando Officials want to bring Major League Baseball to the area and how the A's moving to Las Vegas is not a done deal just yet this spring. Listen weekday afternoons from 3-6 pm eastern on Sports Radio 107.9 FM/1560 The Fan & Sportsradio1560.com. You can also listen to Mark Mid days on 95.9 The Rocket. Follow him on social media @markmosesshow
Wendell Barnhouse recalls the pressure of trying to find the right words in the immediate aftermath of the famous Duke-Kentucky basketball game. The overwhelming magnitude felt on press row at that 1992 NCAA tournament classic still lingers. That's one of many anecdotes Wendell shares in this episode from his three-plus decades as a national college basketball and football writer. Hear about traveling to 27 cities in one season, how Bob Knight made a telephone jump, why Bill Snyder made a call with a surprising reaction, and where Wendell had to write from as a Fiesta Bowl erupted with Boise State's trick plays. Wendell's tales from his 50 years in the business also include typewriters, an intimidating first Major League Baseball game, waging an old-fashioned newspaper war alongside legendary sports editor Dave Smith, and finding himself in a unique argument with the copy desk on deadline. Barnhouse was a media fixture on the national scene of college sports for more than 30 years, beginning in the mid-1980s. After three years as assistant sports editor at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Wendell became that newspaper's national college basketball writer during the 1985-86 season, which concluded with the Final Four being held in Dallas. He added national college football to his duties in 1994 and covered both beats – as well as writing a television-radio column – until his 25 years at the Star-Telegram ended in 2008 with the acceptance of a buyout. Wendell served as president of the United States Basketball Writers Association in 1995. He covered 26 Final Fours, 343 NCAA men's tournament games, two women's Final Fours, and 14 college football national championship games. Wendell grew up in Columbia, Missouri, where his first journalism job was a summer part-time gig at the Columbia Daily Tribune in 1972. A year later, he was hired as the sports editor (one-person staff) at the Hannibal (Mo.) Courier-Post. Wendell spent four years as a sports reporter for the Quincy (Ill.) Herald-Whig beginning in 1974. He joined the sports copy desk at the Arizona Daily Star in 1979 for one year, then spent 18 months at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, where he served as assistant sports editor. He moved to Texas in 1981 to edit sports copy and layout pages for the Dallas Morning News. That led to his job in 1983 at the Fort Worth-Star Telegram, where he eventually returned to writing. Wendell worked as a correspondent (writer, TV/video host) for the Big 12 Conference from 2008 until 2015. He then freelanced for seven years, including one season of covering college basketball for The Athletic, before retiring in 2022. Follow him on Twitter: @WBBarnhouse Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Change of plans! We told you the Oakland A's baseball team is looking to move to Las Vegas. There was a binding land deal to build a stadium on property just to the west of the strip... but now, there's a new deal. We chat with The Nevada Independent's Howard Stutz. He's the Senior Reporter for gaming and tourism. His latest article that broke this story says, "Sources with knowledge of the negotiations told The Nevada Independent on Tuesday that under the scope of the deal, Bally's plans to demolish the Tropicana and allow the A's to construct a 35,000-seat retractable roof stadium on 9 acres of the 34-acre site on Tropicana Avenue near the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip."We break down all the information with Howard in this bonus episode. VegasNearMe App If it's fun to do or see, it's on VegasNearMe. The only app you'll need to navigate Las Vegas. Support the showFollow us on Instagram: @vegas.revealedFollow us on Twitter: @vegasrevealedFollow us on TikTok: @vegas.revealedWebsite: Vegas-Revealed.com
The House Oversight Committee led by James Comer has bank records detailing an elaborate scheme during Joe Biden's Vice Presidency, where Biden's family and associates set up 20 different companies using multiple banks in several countries to earn at least $10 million for doing nothing. This would be the end for a Republican president... period. We ask the question, do the Republicans even want to knock Joe Biden out when he looks so beatable? Paramount is cutting 25% from MTV and Showtime so they are shuttering MTV News. I remember MTV News when it had an impact in the 1990's but didn't even know it was still a thing. We've known for weeks that Patrick Mahomes is getting a new contract so it wasn't really news when Pro Football Talk wrote a piece about it Tuesday. The whole thing has me thinking about what Mahomes is doing for others, like Tiger Woods did in golf. Did you know there's a haunted hotel in Major League Baseball? It's in Milwaukee and one Dodgers player won't stay there. We share some stories from several players about what happened when they stayed there. And our friend www.tonyskansascity.com has a brilliant headline about the new aquarium at the KC Zoo.
There are 4 (at least) Major League Baseball teams who were in the playoffs last season who should be worried about there chances to get into this years post season party. On this day in 1989 the Calgary Flames won the Campbell Conference Title and were on thier way to winning their first and only Stanley Cup and Happy Birthday to Ryan Getzlaf. Use promocode 1420POD at Seat Geek today to save $20 on your first purchase Go to Craft Beef Jerky Company | Best Flavored Beef Jerky | Righteous Felon and use promo code BELLYUP for 15% off. They are the official jerky supplier to Belly Up Sports Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Jack Llewellyn joins Sports ‘N Torts this week for a super informative and entertaining episode. Dr. Jack is a sports psychologist who was the first psychologist to bring his skills and approach to professional athletes – specifically baseball players. Dr. Jack got his start in Major League Baseball after a former student of his invited him to work with the Expos. This allowed Dr. Jack to work with professional athletes on the mental side of the game to complement their physical skills. Ultimately, Dr. Jack was asked by Bobby Cox and the Atlanta Braves to help (at that time) a young pitcher named John Smoltz who was struggling. Working with Dr. Jack jump started Smoltz's career and his continued work with the team helped them on an unprecedented run of success. Dr. Jack tells us all about that experience working with the Braves and other MLB players including Chuck Knoblauch and Paul O'Neil. Dr. Jack's true passion, and current passion, is helping young athletes. As a father of two young athletes, I was specifically interested in what he had to say about the right way to raise children to find success and happiness in sports. Dr. Jack was not short on answers on everything related to how our children can get the most out of their youth sports career and how we should be talking to them during, before and after games. If you are a parent with young children who enjoy sports this is a must listen for you. We talk about proper goal setting and why it is important to lets kids be kids. Dr. Jack is an author of multiple books and a frequent speaker to Fortune 500 Corporations. He talks about how his mental approach system applies to the corporate world as well. Finally, Dr. Jack gives me some tools to overcome those first tee jitters on the golf course and how to better approach 3 foot putts. If you are an athlete, parent of an athlete, like sports, have a job or just want to strengthen your mental approach in life …. This podcast is right for you. You can find out more on Dr. Jack at https://www.allamericanspeakers.com/celebritytalentbios/Jack+Llewellyn/4463 and a simple google search will bring up his books. My favorite is “Get The Mud Out of the Water”. As always, this podcast is powered by the J. Stein Law Firm – a personal injury law firm in Atlanta, GA – www.jsteinlawfirm.com.
Just in time to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the San Francisco Gay Softball League, commissioner Vincent Fuqua joins the boys to talk about his SFGSL debut in 1989, playing against gay icon Glenn Burke, participating in the San Francisco Giants Pride Night and what Major League Baseball can do to be more inclusive. You can donate to the San Francisco Gay Softball League, by clicking HERE.
Rapid Fire starts with which duo we are more confident in heading into the season Jordan Botelho and Junior Tuihalamaka for Isaiah Foskey at Vyper defensive end, Mitchell Evans and Holden Staes for Michael Mayer at tight end or Andrew Kristofic and Billy Schrauth for Jarrett Patterson and Josh Lugg at guard? Other topics include: * Is the Blue-Gold spring game format a good one or is there something different we would want to see? * Fill-in the blank...It's BLANK that NBC's first Big Ten Saturday Night prime time game will be Penn State vs West Virginia on Sept. 2. * We discuss the difference in play by play announcers Notre Dame football radio announcer Paul Burmeister, who also called a USFL game for NBC on Sunday, and current Notre Dame/NBC TV announcer Jac Collinsworth. * Fill-in the blank...It's BLANK that the Chicago Bears are moving forward with breaking ground on what will be a $5 Billion dollar project to build their new domed stadium in the Arlington Park suburbs. * There's a growing recent trend in Major League Baseball of players celebrating home runs. Fernando Tatis Jr put on a sombrero and was dancing after homering off of Clayton Kershaw this weekend. A lot of the old guard say the antics are too much. Where do you stand on home run celebrations? * The return of Willson Contreras to Wrigley Field with the Cardinals this week. Shop for Irish Breakdown gear at our online store: https://store.irishbreakdown.com Join the Irish Breakdown premium message board: https://boards.irishbreakdown.com Stay locked into Irish Breakdown for all the latest news and analysis about Notre Dame: https://www.irishbreakdown.com Subscribe to the Irish Breakdown podcast on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Like and follow Irish Breakdown on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/irish... Sign up for the FREE Irish Breakdown daily newsletter: https://www.subscribepage.com/irish-b.... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Evan accusing the Rays of doing something fishy has exploded on the internet, and Craig is catching the shrapnel.
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Los Yankees de Nueva York despertaron sus bates frente a los Atleticos de Oakland, conectando cuatro home runs y consiguiendo una victoria importante en la actual temporada. Descubre como ganaron los Bombarderos del Bronx y disfruta del repaso que le damos a cada resultado de ayer en la Major League Baseball.Para ver los juegos en MLB TV: https://www.mlb.com/es/live-stream-games/subscribe?affiliateId=CONBASESLLENAS Nuestro nuevo canales: Alfre Alvarez y su Rincón Beisbolero: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6so72G_GapIe7rSq-eaq-g Que Pasa MLB – Noticias: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7RkAl3JjLczCkBqXKhr52w Que Pasa MLB – Entrevistas: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7RkAl3JjLczCkBqXKhr52w Síguenos en Google News para tus noticias de Grandes Ligas: https://news.google.com/publications/CAAqBwgKMJbHvQswo-LUAw La mejor mercancía de Grandes Ligas: https://mlbshop.ue7a.net/c/1400549/1288171/9676 Suscríbete y disfruta de ESPN+ en tu idioma: https://go.web.plus.espn.com/c/1400549/555839/9070 Disfruta las MEJORES VACACIONES de tu vida. Entra a este link y reserva: https://www.westgatereservations.com/77719901322/ Las redes sociales de nuestros locutores
The Atlanta Falcons have arguably made the most noise in the offseason in hope of ending their five-year playoff drought. Terry Fontenot and Arthur Smith weren't stricken with salary cap issues, so in their third season together expectations have been raised all around. Jarvis Davis and Tenitra Batiste talked about the shock value of the Falcons getting into the playoffs. Also, they discussed Jaylen Brown being a Hawks target if things don't go well for them in the playoffs. Secondly, the Atlanta Braves, when healthy, are the scariest team in Major League Baseball. Orlando Arcia and Rasiel Iglesias both made a return over the weekend and affected the game in a good way. Jarvis Davis and Tenitra Batiste talked about how World Series contender should be easy to use when the Braves are healthy. Lastly, a restaurant in New York is selling a hot dog for the low price of $29. The Boot Girls are helping folks out in their time of need. Jarvis & Tenitra talked about all of that in For The Culture. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Don't miss the chance to get your No Sweat First Bet up to ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS in Bonus Bets when you go FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Better Men, Better Ballplayers
Shotzberger Notes Bio HC of UIW - University of the Incarnate Word In 2022 he led UIW to the furthest Southland Conference Tournament appearance in Division I program history. First year in 2019 was cut short due to COVID Prior to UIW he was AC at Houston and TCUhelped those programs to seven 40+ win seasons. 13 conference championships eight regular-season championships five conference tournament championships nine trips to NCAA Regionals three appearances at NCAA Super Regionals one trip to the College World Series Coached over 60 players who have been draftedeight of those appearing on active Major League Baseball rosters 5 current MLB Notes We have our team values If your early your orgranized No blame, complain, or defend CARDS - bottom of every practice plan Players are now speaking the language Working with you not for you The best teams are player led, not coaches fed When you get out front you get vulnerable You can't talk about win the pitch and then be losing your mind The beginning you are talking to yourself Meet after practice Mental game - what does it mean to you? Getting them to recognize they are doing something with them knowing it Helping you get to the next pitch and realize you are going too fast Breathe and get to the next pitch You can gripe and complain about it or you can adapt and change Its a 40 year decision, not a 4 year decision In order to set the goals, you had to work towards the goals Back map from doing something the program has never done before Deconstruct winning a conference Track positive at bats Do your job - doesn't matter how, execute quality pitches with conviction Each team needs to create their own identity Play as hard as you for as long as you can Process > outcome 60% positive at batsPercentage of QAB determined what we need to do 60% or better we win 50% and we need to play good defense and pitch it well 40% then we better of pitched great and caught it WHO got the RBI - talking RBI not hits Educate kids on the situation. If the kids don't know the situation that's
Preet speaks with Doug Glanville, former Major League Baseball player and ESPN analyst, about rule changes implemented this year intended to speed up play and improve batting performance. References & Supplemental Materials: Doug Glanville's website “2023 MLB rule changes: Pitch clock, end of shift and more,” ESPN, 3/29/23 Glanville's podcast, Starkville Stay Tuned in Brief is presented by CAFE and the Vox Media Podcast Network. Please write to us with your thoughts and questions at firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave a voicemail at 669-247-7338. For analysis of recent legal news, try the CAFE Insider membership for just $1 for one month: cafe.com/insider. Check out other CAFE shows Now & Then and Up Against the Mob. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Doesn't your life turn absurd when you lose purpose in it? For Patrick, it does with his experience it in reality. Climbing the corporate ladder, getting highly paid, and doing all well in his jobs had never been fulfilling for him as he says, “ I was never really the best version of myself.” Patrick was in a family of five when he lost his job, and everything became terrible, leaving him upset. He was carrying debt, his finances were s**t, his marriage was in the gutter, and he was pretty much overweight. Things wouldn't have changed for the better until he decided to turn his life all around by doing the right thing. Patrick Bolanos is now the co-owner of a thriving food truck company and a co-founder of a baseball academy. He stands for strong support not only for his wife and kids but many underprivileged children in Nicaragua who get the opportunity to sign with Major League Baseball. He is also the host of the Working For A Dream podcast which showcases good life stories. In this episode of No Bull Business and Brews, Patrick shares with Jason and Steve all that he did to bounce back from hitting rock bottom to finding fulfillment in his life. His profound realizations and actions make this another life-changing episode for you all. Tune in to get yourself kicked into gear and know how fulfilling it can be to live your life being the best version of yourself. What you will learn: Why Patrick started his business in the food truck industry and how he thrived in it. What opportunities are open to the kids in his baseball academy. How practicing self-development and gratitude can change your life. And much more! Favorite Quote: “The only thing that keeps me going is to practice gratitude every single day.” -Patrick Bolanos Connect with Patrick: Trailer King Builders How to Get Involved: Find Jason on Instagram & Facebook. Find Steve on Instagram & Facebook. Enjoyed the episode? Hop over to Apple Podcasts for more! Like and share to help spread the word. We appreciate your support—and we hope to return the favor: Leave a review to let us know what you want to hear from Jason and Steve next.
It's a Tale of Two Robs with Baseball Writer, Rob Neyer and Rob Rainford, Cookbook Author and Host of the TV Show, License to Grill Rob Neyer is a baseball writer known for his use of statistical analysis or sabermetrics. He started his career working for Bill James and joined ESPN.com as a columnist and blogger from 1996 to 2011. He was National Baseball Editor for SB Nation from 2011 to 2014 and Senior Baseball Editor for FoxSports.com in 2015 and 2016. He has written freelance stories for Yahoo Sports, FiveThirtyEight, and The New York Times. He is an accomplished author or co-author of several books, including The Umpire Is Out: Calling the Game and Living My True Self which he wrote with our episode 137 guest, former Major League Baseball umpire, Dale Scott. In 2018 his book, Power Ball: Anatomy of a Modern Baseball Game won the prestigious Casey Award for Best Baseball Book of the Year. Rob is also the host of the extremely entertaining podcast, SABRcast. You can find more information on Rob at https://robneyer.com/ Rob Rainford is a trained chef, author of the cookbook, Rob Rainford's Born to Grill and host of the television show License to Grill. Over five seasons and 104 episodes, Rob hosted the series, License to Grill, which involves backyard cooking and entertaining. Rob's Born to Grill cookbook includes more than 100 recipes and 20 complete menus that are specifically tailored for backyard cooking. The book introduces the "Rainford Method," a series of techniques to help improve your cooking skills. Rob did not just wake up one day as a sucessful chef, author and TV show host and he shares stories of his journey and talks about his love of teaching which he continues doing. Go to https://gustotv.com/hosts/rob-rainford/ for more information on Chef Rob. We conclude the show with the song, Baseball Always Brings You Home from the musician, Dave Dresser and the poet, Shel Krakofsky. We recommend you go to Baseball BBQ, https://baseballbbq.com for special grilling tools and accessories, Magnechef, https://magnechef.com/ for excellent and unique barbecue gloves, Cutting Edge Firewood High Quality Kiln Dried Firewood - Cutting Edge Firewood in Atlanta for high quality firewood and cooking wood, Mantis BBQ, https://mantisbbq.com/ to purchase their outstanding sauces with a portion of the proceeds being donated to the Kidney Project, and for exceptional sauces, Elda's Kitchen https://eldaskitchen.com/ We truly appreciate our listeners and hope that all of you are staying safe. If you would like to contact the show, we would love to hear from you. Call the show: (516) 855-8214 Email: email@example.com Twitter: @baseballandbbq Instagram: baseballandbarbecue YouTube: baseball and bbq Website: https//baseballandbbq.weebly.com Facebook: baseball and bbq
We've made it to May, which means we're over a month into the 2023 MLB season. Major League Baseball named the Players of the Month for April, and we can't help but agree. Ronald Acuna Jr. is having a phenomenal start to the season, leading in several offensive categories. Gerrit Cole is looking like the pitcher the Yankees paid for when they signed him, and he is pretty much carrying the team right now with all of their injuries. Plus, which surprising teams would be in the playoffs if the season ended right now? And Alabama's baseball coach is fired over "suspicious betting."
Brian Anderson joins Baskin & Phelps to discuss the Guardians, Zach Plesac being optioned to Triple-A Columbus, possible Major League Baseball expansion, and how the Rays have been performing so well.
David Samson joins Baskin & Phelps to discuss the new rule changes in baseball, the Browns potential stadium renovations + building a new stadium, along with future expansion that is expected in Major League Baseball.
Meet the man responsible for both the skills of Roy Campanella, and the rise of baseball in Japan. Oh, and he also happened to have his own Hall of Fame resume ON the field. Bob Kendrick, Rich Westcott, and Ray Mackey discuss the life, career, and lasting legacy of Ray's Great Uncle, the legendary Raleigh "Biz" Mackey. Hear about Raleigh's humble beginnings in Texas and his rise to become a traveling superstar, his multiple Negro Leagues championships two decades apart, his unparalleled ability behind the plate, his invaluable mentorship off the field, and the feats he accomplished on the other side of the world that have STILL not been replicated to this day. But first, join Bob for a VERY special announcement from the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, right off the top. Support the Biz Mackey Family Foundation - bizmackey.orgRead Rich Westcott's "Biz Mackey, A Giant Behind the Plate" - AmazonFollow Bob Kendrick on Twitter - @nlbmprezTo support the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, and preserve the legacy of Buck O'Neil, please visit ThanksAMillionBuck.comVisit the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City - NLBM.com
With another day of baseball in the books, our Locked On local experts chime in with quick recaps of all the Major League Baseball action. Kainani Stevens hosts Locked On Game 2 Game: MLB -- where the hosts from the Locked On MLB network tell you everything you need to know from the previous day's schedule as part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! RocketMoney Stop throwing your money away. Cancel unwanted subscriptions -- and manage your expenses the easy way -- by going to RocketMoney.com/lockedonmlb. Sorare Head to sorare.com/lockedon to draft your free team of player cards, set your lineup, and start competing today to win epic rewards. BetterHelp This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. BetterHelp connects you with a licensed therapist who can take you on that journey of self-discovery from wherever you are. Visit BetterHelp.com/lockedonmlb today to get 10% off your first month. eBay Motors For parts that fit, head to eBay Motors and look for the green check. Stay in the game with eBay Guaranteed Fit. eBay Motors dot com. Let's ride. eBay Guaranteed Fit only available to US customers. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply. Gametime Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONMLB for $20 off your first purchase. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Don't miss the chance to get your No Sweat First Bet up to ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS in Bonus Bets when you go FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Los Yankees de Nueva York le ganaron a los Guardianes de Cleveland la serie más rara de la temporada de beisbol de Grandes Ligas en este 2023. Dos peloteros salieron lesionados y analizamos el resultado y lo que va a pasara ahora para los Bombarderos del Bronx. También, y como es costumbre en nuestro noticiero, repasamos el resto de los resultados de ayer en la Major League Baseball.Para ver los juegos en MLB TV: https://www.mlb.com/es/live-stream-games/subscribe?affiliateId=CONBASESLLENASNuestro nuevo canales: Alfre Alvarez y su Rincón Beisbolero: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6so72G_GapIe7rSq-eaq-gQue Pasa MLB – Noticias:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7RkAl3JjLczCkBqXKhr52w Que Pasa MLB – Entrevistas: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7RkAl3JjLczCkBqXKhr52w La mejor mercancía de Grandes Ligas: https://mlbshop.ue7a.net/c/1400549/1288171/9676Suscríbete y disfruta de ESPN+ en tu idioma: https://go.web.plus.espn.com/c/1400549/555839/9070Disfruta las MEJORES VACACIONES de tu vida.Entra a este link y reserva: https://www.westgatereservations.com/77719901322/Las redes sociales de nuestros locutores
Dana Grimsley is the wife of former Major League Baseball pitcher for the Yankees, Jason Grimsley. Dana shares the evidence of God's grace and power in a marriage with a husband struggling with infidelity and substance abuse. After watching the movie War Room, Dana made her own prayer closet and circled prayers of healing and restoration over her husband. Her story is full of inspiration about how a praying wife invites God's power to change and rescue a failing marriage. Nothing is beyond God's repair! Jason has written a memoir called Cross Stitched: One Man's Journey From Ruin to Restoration, hoping to help other men not fall into the same sinful traps and encourage others that Jesus is the only one who gives everlasting fulfillment in life. Amazon: Cross Stitched Book All proceeds benefit Emerging Grace Ministries in their ongoing efforts to help eradicate human trafficking. Emerging Grace Ministries CONNECT ON SOCIALS: Instagram l YouTube l Pinterest l Facebook HELPFUL RESOURCES: Jaymeelizabth.com for free download God Id My Id
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On today's episode, in honor of May the 4th be with you, we journey into the Star Wars Universe known as Major League Baseball and discuss the LA Dodgers making 5 babies in one All-Star Weekend, the St Louis Cardinals going 10-20 after all their players went to the World Baseball Classic, and why I just can't feel good about an incredible Pittsburgh Pirates story. Also, the Memphis Grizzlies have a blank canvas to begin Win-Now mode, with all their draft picks (and one from the Warriors) financial flexibility and two 24-year-old All Stars under contract for 4 years CKSAML Productions Subscribe to our new Podcast series. The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty on Apple Podcasts Part 1: The Greatest Dynasty in North American Pro Sports – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty Part 2: Gregg Popovich – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty Part 3: Kawhi Leonard – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty Part 4: What Happened in 2018?? – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty | Podcast on Spotify Part 5: The Fall – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty | Podcast on Spotify This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code “BLEAV50” for a 50% bonus on your initial deposit
Doug addresses the struggles of the St. Louis Cardinals and has a discussion with the crew about how drastically different baseball is now with the new rules. Doug gives his thoughts on the 76ers' struggles with Joel Embiid. FSR NBA Insider joins Doug to talk about Joel Embiid winning the NBA MVP, the Lakers-Warriors and other major headlines around the NBA. Plus, Dan Beyer takes Doug through the Thursday edition of "The Press". See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This May, AJC is proud to celebrate Jewish American Heritage Month and the countless contributions that Jewish Americans have made as patriotic citizens, creative artists, brilliant scientists, and star athletes. To kick things off, we're joined by AJC CEO Ted Deutch to hear his reflections on his first several months at AJC, what he's looking forward to at AJC Global Forum 2023 in Tel Aviv, and how he's marking Jewish American Heritage Month. *The views and opinions expressed by guests do not necessarily reflect the views or position of AJC. ___ Episode Lineup: (0:40) Ted Deutch ___ Show Notes: Learn more at: AJC.org/JewishAmericanHeritageMonth Join us in Tel Aviv at AJC Global Forum 2023: AJC.org/GlobalForum Sign up for AJC CEO Ted Deutch's Video Newsletter: Receive "Ten from Ted," the biweekly video newsletter from AJC CEO Ted Deutch where he'll share ten major highlights in the work he and American Jewish Committee (AJC) are doing to make this world safer for the Jewish people and Israel. Take our quiz: Jewish American Heritage Month Quiz: Test your knowledge of the rich culture and heritage of the Jewish people and their many contributions to our nation! Start now. Listen: Israel at 75: 7 Things You Should Know About Israel: Listen to these seven episodes of AJC's People of the Pod featuring leading Israeli and American scholars, experts, and influencers that will help you learn more about the complexities, triumphs, and challenges facing Israel today. How Playing Baseball With Team Israel Transformed Ryan Lavarnway's Life: In celebration of Israel's 75th birthday, guest host Dov Wilker, AJC's Atlanta director, sits down with retired Major League Baseball catcher Ryan Lavarnway, who played for Team Israel in the World Baseball Classic and the Olympics. Lavarnway reflected on the Jewish pride he felt representing Israel on the international stage, how he has dealt with the antisemitism in his career, and the importance of building connections between the Jewish state and the Diaspora. Follow People of the Pod on your favorite podcast app, and learn more at AJC.org/PeopleofthePod You can reach us at: firstname.lastname@example.org If you've enjoyed this episode, please be sure to tell your friends, tag us on social media with #PeopleofthePod, and hop onto Apple Podcasts to rate us and write a review, to help more listeners find us. __ Transcript of Interview with Ted Deutch: Manya Brachear Pashman: This May, AJC is proud to celebrate Jewish American Heritage Month and the countless contributions that Jewish Americans have made as patriotic citizens, creative artists, brilliant scientists, lightning fast athletes, one of whom we heard from last week. Returning to the studio to help us kick off the celebration is AJC's CEO, Ted Deutch. Ted, welcome back to People of the Pod. Ted Deutch: It's great to be back. Thanks, Manya. Manya Brachear Pashman: So I want to start with a progress report. You have been CEO now for I'm going to count on my fingers here October, November, December -seven months, now? Ted Deutch: Now, you've got to get onto your second hand. Manya Brachear Pashman: Which means this time last year, you were still a congressman. So what's remarkably different about your life now, your mission and your day to day approach to that mission? Ted Deutch: Well, the day to day work is very different. And I'd start with the most obvious: I came from a place that was, by definition, political, everything about it was driven by politics. I worked really hard to focus on the issues that mattered to me and my community. But there were always political considerations. Now, as the CEO of American Jewish Committee, I have the incredible honor of spending everyday working with a supremely talented team here at AJC, remarkable volunteers and lay leaders with one mission, and that's to think about how we can do more to enhance the well being of the Jewish people and Israel and advance democratic values. And every issue I work on, I'm passionate about, and it matters to me, it matters to my core. It affects who I am, and my family and my community. And that's a big difference. And it's just a big privilege to be able to spend my days this way now. Manya Brachear Pashman: So what have some of the milestones been so far? Ted Deutch: AJC as the global advocacy organization for the Jewish people has been doing incredible work in the United States and all around the world for more than a century. But to bring those two things together, as we did in our advocacy, with the Biden administration, to urge them to create a national action plan to combat antisemitism, seeing them move forward, and announce that plan and then bringing to the White House special envoys to combat antisemitism from around the world that we had helped create. And as we worked in other countries, as they prepared their own action plans to confront anti semitism and foster Jewish life, this was an opportunity to bring their experiences together so that they could share their insight into what's worked and what hasn't in their own countries. So that our own administration can come up with something meaningful as we seek to strike back against antisemitism. That is something that I'm really proud of. And being able to travel around the country and around the world as I have to meet with Jewish communities, in all parts of America and all corners of the world and to be reminded of just how much we have in common. It sounds obvious and probably silly to say, but when you're when you're speaking with university students in Paris and you realize that the things that they're focused on, the challenges they face and antisemitism and anti-Israel sentiment that they deal with is not unlike what our campus leaders in America are dealing with and, and knowing that we can bring them together as we will at our Global Forum. Or spending time with communities from across Latin America. And when we all got together in Mexico City, to talk about the ways to ensure a strong future for the Jewish community. And meeting LFT students, our high school program, Leaders for Tomorrow, the high school students that we're helping to train to be the leaders of the next generation, and be inspired by by what they've already taken from this program, whether it's in Atlanta in Chicago, or any of the other places that I've had the opportunity to travel. There's a lot that we've done, there's a lot that I'm really excited about. And as you point out, just barely been seven months. Manya Brachear Pashman: Shortly after you began, there was kind of a torrent of antisemitic incidents, rhetoric that was on social media, in the celebrity world. And I'm curious if that kind of took you aback because it happened right after you started your position. And do you feel like you've made some progress in that sphere, as well, in terms of educating celebrities, creative artists, and the like? Ted Deutch: It happened immediately after almost as if it were planned to happen right when I started. But, I've been clear about this, as horrific as that was- there was a national conversation that started that I don't remember seeing before and to have the chance to talk about the Jewish community and antisemitism and the issues that AJC works on, on national television on a regular basis, and help elevate the importance of these issues for the broader community was an important moment for me and for AJC, and for the Jewish community to really focus on what we do, and the fact that our call to action against antisemitism is a document that the rest of the country can look to Jews and non-Jews alike for ways that they can be involved to combat antisemitism. And since all of this happened, and since we've found ourselves in the middle of this conversation, there has been a real interest in looking at all the ways that government and education and law enforcement and corporate America and social media can all play their part. And yes, there's a special opportunity for the creative community. I was in Los Angeles recently with Doug Emhoff, with the second gentleman, and we did a program for executives and agents and music and studio executives, to talk about antisemitism, the things that that they can do, all with the understanding that content really drives so much of what we think about in our country, and we want people to be aware of this rising antisemitism and make sure that there's an understanding as well of what the Jewish community is and what the Jewish community isn't, and to be careful not to advance antisemitic tropes and to reflect the diversity of the Jewish community and to acknowledge the great diversity within Israel. These are, these are conversations that are taking place there, they're taking place with media, I've met with a number of media outlets, again, just to make sure that some of these issues that we know are so challenging and sometimes complicated, deserve a full airing, and we need to start with what is true about our community and about the things we care about. We've worked hard to accomplish that. Manya Brachear Pashman: And I just just want to remind listeners that it's Kanye West. It was the comments from Kanye West that just kept coming. And yeah, you're right. It was days after you started your job that we were addressing that. It was Congress that named the month of May Jewish American Heritage Month or JAHM, as we affectionately call it around here. How did you celebrate it on Capitol Hill? Ted Deutch: Well, there were receptions and we usually made a statement in Congress. We looked for opportunities to help elevate the issue. This is an important opportunity for the community. It happens every May. Most people I'm not embarrassed to say–although I will be next year if this is still the case. But I'm not embarrassed to say that most people didn't know that May was Jewish American Heritage Month. They're obviously familiar with the steps Congress took to create Black History Month and Women's History Month and so many others. But here we are at this moment. And Congress, when I was a member of Congress, we tried to, to remind people what was happening. But there's so much more and this year, in particular, in light of what the community has been facing, the timing of Jewish American Heritage Month is really important. And it's something that we're really trying to take advantage of, frankly. Manya Brachear Pashman: So now how do you celebrate it as you lead a non Jewish nonprofit? Is that very different, what you're experiencing this year? Ted Deutch: Well, it is. And again, it means I get to spend a lot of my time thinking about all of the ways that we can draw people's attention to this month. It gives me a chance to think about the prominent Jewish Americans who contribute to our country and in so many ways, that helps strengthen it. And for us here at AJC, we've worked really hard, focusing specifically at the outset of this month, on elected officials, state, local, and federal, and business leaders just to come in and acknowledge Jewish American Heritage Month and look for their own ways to recognize the contributions that Jewish Americans have made to our country. And we have a resource to do that. It's AJC.org/JewishAmericanHeritageMonth, of all things, which helps elected officials know what this is and how they can be involved and tells business leaders how they can acknowledge this month and it's so important this year, especially when so much of the conversation has been about antisemitism, and about hatred. And about that really a debate that's being, a conversation is being driven by those who want to divide the country and to spread false stereotypes of conspiracy theories about Jews and the Jewish community. Here is the perfect opportunity for us to set the record straight. Manya Brachear Pashman: So you raise an important point that the people who should be driving the conversation about Jewish American Heritage, or driving the conversation in our community should not be the antisemites, it should be the Jewish community itself. So is this month a rare opportunity, or a platform to move the needle when it comes to awareness of antisemitism? Or is that not what this month is necessarily about? I mean, why is it on the calendar? Ted Deutch: It is not a month about antisemitism any more than Black History Month is a month about racism. These are important milestones for our two communities to celebrate the contributions of our communities to the American story, that's what Jewish American Heritage Month is. The best way to push back against the antisemites is to marginalize them, and to give more people the opportunity to actually get to know the Jewish community–who we are, the diversity within the Jewish community. The fact that the Jewish community is not just a religion, but a people, and a culture and, and a group that has contributed so much throughout our nation's history. That's what this is really about. And by the way, it's going to have the added benefit of reducing antisemitism, because antisemitism preys on false narrative conspiracy theories, and providing facts and helping to educate people about who we really are, is the great opportunity that we have in front of us. Manya Brachear Pashman: So I'm curious, you talked about traveling the world and spending time with Jewish communities around the globe, celebrating many Shabbats abroad. Have you encountered comparable commemorations, and time set aside for Jewish heritage in those countries? Or any heritage for that matter? I mean, Arab Americans in France or Asian Pacific Islanders in Germany. Ted Deutch: First, I would note that May is also AAPI Heritage Month here in the United States. And AJC is working with partners in the API community, in a number of our regions to do joint programming, because again, important contributions to American history from both of our communities. Around the world, I don't know of anything, specifically comparable. I know, in Europe, there's a Europe-wide day to acknowledge the contribution of the Jewish community. There's a Jewish culture festival in Krakow that has become fairly popular. I was in Mexico City, just recently, and I know that in Mexico and in Argentina, there are opportunities to celebrate the Jewish community. But I don't know anything quite like this. But I know that in Europe, a lot of the plans that were created to combat antisemitism also includes specific ways to foster Jewish life. And one of the ways to do that is to highlight the history of the Jewish community in each of those countries. Manya Brachear Pashman: So why does America devote an entire month to all the many diverse heritages, ethnicities, that make up our country? Why is this an American concept? Ted Deutch: Well Manya, I don't know what the thinking was in moving forward with these designations. But it is, in many ways, the most American idea. This is what America is, it's who we are. It's this great collection of all different groups and faiths and nationalities, all contributing to create this remarkable country that we're so privileged to live in, a country with challenges that we can only overcome by working together. Antisemitism, by the way, one of those challenges, that it doesn't just affect the Jewish community, it affects everyone. But having specific times to pause to think about the contributions from each of those communities. When you add them all up, suddenly, you've got a year's worth of contributions from the great diversity within our country to celebrate. And I think that's the way we need to think about it. This isn't about May. This is, as you point out, about this collection of months throughout the year where we can celebrate the contributions from individual groups, which overall, reflect and contribute to the great diversity and the great successes that we've had. Manya Brachear Pashman: I want to switch gears, switch countries, and talk a little bit about Israel. Israel has been going through a pretty difficult few months between its internal political debate over judicial review and the ongoing threats of terrorism, just this week more rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip. What would be your message to American Jews who are concerned about what they're seeing here? Ted Deutch: Well, I understand the concern. Obviously, this most recent barrage of rockets is a reminder that while we're focused, and there's so much attention here in our country, to the politics in Israel, to the protests to the workings of the Knesset and the government and, whether there's going to be some sort of judicial reform, or what it looks like, to protect civil liberties and minority rights and checks and balances…while all of those conversations are taking place, 100+ rockets reminds us that we have a whole lot to be vigilant about. And Israel's security is not something that we can ever take for granted. And that it's important to note that all of those protesters in Israel, whether they're protesting, on Saturday nights, on a regular basis against judicial reform, or they were part of the big protest of people who turned out in Jerusalem to support judicial reform, all of them understand the threats that the country faces externally. And I understand concerns, I just think it's important to remember that it's, standing together in support of the country, doesn't mean that we don't have specific opinions about things that happen within the country. It doesn't mean that everyone comes at their connection to Israel the same way. But it does remind us that, being united, as rockets fall, as Israel confronts these threats is really important, not only for Israel, but I think for diaspora Jewry, as well. Manya Brachear Pashman: We are holding our first Global Forum under your leadership in Tel Aviv next month, on the occasion of Israel's 75th birthday. So what are you hoping participants take away from that event, especially in light of what we just discussed – the difficulties and the many, many tensions that have to be managed there? Ted Deutch: Well, the one thing that I know people will take away is the importance of being there. The fact that at this moment when history is being made the opportunity to be in Israel not only to focus on judicial reform and the political challenges and the security threats, but to also be in this incredibly vibrant, and diverse, and beautiful country, and to be reminded of the important place that Israel plays in the world in technology and innovation, and in humanitarian circles, and in combating climate change, and all of the ways and we go on and on, that this tiny little country is doing such remarkable things. And then all of that is continuing, even as hundreds of 1000s of people are marching in the streets. That's what people will take away from this. You want to be there when history is being written. You want to be part of the history that's being written now and showing up in Israel and coming together at AJC Global Forum is well, for me, clearly, it's the best way to do that. Manya Brachear Pashman: In other words, people should be excited about the democracy swirling all around them while they're experiencing Israel. Ted Deutch: I've had friends reach out to invite us to come to the protests, I've had other friends reach out to tell me that they're looking forward to talking about the challenges of the Supreme Court as it currently exists. I've told them AJC's views on the importance of where this is going and, and the importance of shared democracy between the United States and Israel. And the response, again, from everyone