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Flippin' Bats with Ben Verlander
WYNTON BERNARD INTERVIEW - COLORADO ROCKIES' WYNTON BERNARD REFLECTS ON FINALLY GETTING CALLED UP TO THE MAJORS

Flippin' Bats with Ben Verlander

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 32:07


Ben Verlander sits down with Colorado Rockies' Wynton Bernard to find out how he got told he was going to the majors after 11 years in the minor leagues. Bernard talks about who he called first, what the day was like and what it meant to finally get the opportunity to live out his dream. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Adam Jones Show
The Dong Report - 8/16/22

The Adam Jones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 11:41


Adam Jones and Christian Arcand go over all the home runs hit in the Majors tonight in the Dong Report

Door Bumper Clear - Dirty Mo Media
264 - Richmond II: Taking Your Ride

Door Bumper Clear - Dirty Mo Media

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 94:13 Very Popular


Door Bumper Clear is back from a weekend at Richmond Raceway. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft start out by talking about Freddie's 40th birthday celebration the previous night. Then, they discuss why the two-round qualifying format needs to be changed. Plus, the crew tries to decipher Freddie's show notes he wrote at 5:00 am. In Spot On, Spot Off, the guys discuss Kyle Busch running Ty Gibbs up the track then Gibbs repaying the favor while battling for 15th in Stage 2. They question if Busch should be racing Gibbs that aggressively and what it says that Gibbs didn't back down from the challenge. Kyle Busch got tagged by Ross Chastain in Turns 3 and 4 and said in a post-race interview that he was Chastain's victim this week. The gang explains why Chastain has consistently been one of the fastest cars every week and debates whether or not other drivers will make his championship run easy. Next, they discuss how the Next Gen car has raced at short tracks this year. The spotters debate the quality of Richmond's racing and whether or not the track deserves two Cup Series races. Then, Kyle Busch was asked if there is a strategy to get Martin Truex Jr. in the playoffs and compared the question to the 2013 Michael Waltrip Racing scandal. Brett discusses if team orders are allowed and references the Richmond race when Clint Bowyer questionably spun late. Hear Bowyer's former spotter explain details about what forced NASCAR to drop the penalty hammer on MWR. Then, the guys debate if Denny Hamlin would help Truex Jr. or Bubba Wallace win to get into the playoffs at Daytona. Carson Hocevar wrecked Nick Leitz during the Truck Series race at Richmond and has now caused two wrecks in two playoff races. The spotters explain why Hocevar potentially wrecked him to stay on the lead lap and if he should be penalized. Asking prices for charters have reached $20 million according to Adam Stern. Brett explains how teams are gaining equity from the charter system, what teams are in the market for one, and why NASCAR needs to invest more in the lower series. In Reaction Theatre, fans express their thoughts on whether or not Richmond was an entertaining race, Kevin Harvick going for back-to-back wins, and a lullaby for Sunday's race. Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partners Xfinity and RacingUSA.com for making this show possible. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Nats Chat
Game 115: Controversial Call Goes the Nats Way

Nats Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 37:40 Very Popular


The Nats rallied to beat the Padres 4-3 in dramatic fashion. Al & Mark open with a rare moment of 2022 good luck as a Victor Robles 7th inning single turned into the game winning run after San Diego's catcher Austin Nola was determined to have blocked home plate. If you can explain how this rule is supposed to be properly applied, you are smarter than any of us. (08:09) The Nationals hit crucial back to back HRs in the 6th, the last of which by "Joey Four Bags". He is now at five homers in nine career games played. How long will this last for the 30 year old rookie? He has been outhitting both Juan Soto and Josh Bell since the trade deadline. (16:20) Nelson Cruz singled for his 200th career hit and is the first person to achieve the feat while wearing a Nationals uniform. The hosts give an early handicap of what the Cooperstown conversation will look like in a few years for Cruz. (20:30) Anibal Sanchez labored through five innings despite the high pitch count. Cade Cavalli meanwhile countered with seven strong frames for Rochester. Will the upcoming road trip delay Cavalli's promotion to the Majors? (28:45) Patrick Corbin threw a bullpen session and Davey Martinez described his performance as "exceptionally well". How pivotal is his next start when he returns to the rotation? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Round Table China
Underperforming majors in some Chinese universities phasing out

Round Table China

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 52:25


Education authorities in eastern China's Anhui province have been planning to stop offering existing college majors that have lower employment prospects. How should educational institutions decide which majors to keep?(01:09) / What qualities are you looking for in an ideal partner(26:06)? / Round Table's Happy Place(43:40)! On the show: Heyang, Huang Shan & Josh Cotterill

The Morning Show w/ John and Hugh
Welcome to the big league, Vaughn Grissom homers in majors debut

The Morning Show w/ John and Hugh

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 44:02


John and Hugh react to the Braves win over the Red Sox and Vaughn Grissom's first major league home run.

New Meta: DotA 2 Podcast
#187 - Games Majors and comebacks

New Meta: DotA 2 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 60:48


We're back finally! The summer is proving extremely difficult to maintain a regular shedule, with holidays and business proving tough to overcome. But overcome we have this week, as Marco Adam and Stan sit to discuss their games over the last month, the Arlington Major and indeed the good old days.

Blue Jays Talk
Jays Talk Plus: Group Therapy Concern Index + Farm System Rankings

Blue Jays Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 98:11


Drew Fairservice of the "Spin Rate" podcast joins Blake Murphy to chat about Jackie Bradley Jr.'s role with the Jays, the reasoning behind his signing, how concerning a potential long stint on the IL from George Springer could be, and the evolution of Alek Manoah on the mound (05:07). Afterward, Blake reads your tweets and texts to determine the Jays fans' concern index (28:20). ESPN's Kiley McDaniel breaks down his farm system rankings across MLB, how Toronto climbed the ranks, the difficulties of being in win-now mode while maintaining a future crop of players, and when he sees Gabriel Moreno returning to the Majors (50:42). We wrap up with The Athletic's Jen McCaffrey, who shares her thoughts on the outlook of the current Red Sox core group, how she sees the Jays using Bradley Jr. at this stage of his career, and what he brought to Boston's clubhouse (01:14:00). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

Baseball Central @ Noon
O's Continue Their Winning Ways Against the Jays

Baseball Central @ Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 49:23


Jeff Blair and Kevin Barker discuss the Orioles' 6-5 win over the Blue Jays and focus on Rougned Odor's homerun against Yimi Garcia and what could have been done differently during the at-bat. Later on, CBS Sports analyst David Samson goes around the Majors discussing the Padres, Orioles and more, before turning his attention to Toronto's record against teams over .500 and Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s season to date (26:14). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

The Doug Gottlieb Show
Hour 3 - Cooper Kupp Joins Live From Rams Camp!

The Doug Gottlieb Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 39:56


Doug is live from Rams Training Camp in Irvine, California! Doug gives his thoughts on the setup of the Patriots coaching staff. Doug talks the latest wacky news around the Majors in this edition of That's Baseball! Rams star WR Cooper Kupp joins Doug live moments after practice. Plus, it's the wildest edition of Family Feud you'll ever hear!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Local Matters
Bob Bell & Education Majors At Tennessee Tech University

Local Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 34:03


Bob Bell talks with Dr. Jeremy Wendt, Chairman of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the Tennessee Tech University College of Education. They discuss his background coming from Coalfield, TN and Morgan County, his time at TTU, what the typical life of an Education Grad from TTU is like, and the various fields of employment that one may go into, as well as how the COVID-19 pandemic changed what teachers are taught, and how that's impacting K-12 education. Listen to the latest Local Matters Podcast… Presented by Office Mart.

Baseball Central @ Noon
O'Dowd and the O's

Baseball Central @ Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 49:44


Jeff and Kevin go around the Majors with MLB Network analyst and former GM Dan O'Dowd! They touch on the Padres' big trades, how they match up against the Dodgers, how close he thinks the Orioles are to contending, the impact of the Yankees' Jordan Montgomery trade, and how to manage underperforming players committed to major contracts (00:50). Later on, Orioles analyst and former first overall pick Ben McDonald shares his view on the Orioles-Blue Jays series, Adley Rutschman living up to the hype, and playing at Camden Yards in the sweltering heat (30:44). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

Door Bumper Clear - Dirty Mo Media
263 - Michigan: Pressing the Issue

Door Bumper Clear - Dirty Mo Media

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 101:30 Very Popular


Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft return to break down the weekend at Michigan International Speedway. The spotters discuss their difficulties leaving the Michigan infield after the race, debate whether or not the Cup cars had enough tire wear, and explain how long they think Kurt Busch should sit out. Plus, hear the latest on Kyle Busch's options for 2023. First up in Spot On, Spot off, J.J. Yeley's decision to stay out after the competition caution that led to a restart wreck in Turn 2 creates an uproar amongst the spotters. They question the motive for not pitting and why the same team often finds themselves in the middle of the story. Next, Christopher Bell got into the wall off Turn 4 after making contact with Ross Chastain. The guys talk about which driver is at fault, why that caution cost one team any opportunity at a strong finish, and who needs to have more situational awareness. The table then discusses Bubba Wallace's comments on Joey Logano's move to hold onto to second deep into the final green flag run. Freddie talks about what it was like racing around Logano and why he's the hardest driver to pass in the series. You won't believe the tactic that Freddie used to distract another spotter. Plus, they react to Daniel Suarez's blown tire that didn't cause a late race yellow flag. Freddie then comments on Wallace saying he failed after finishing P2. He applauds the team's strong weekend and explains what Sunday said about Wallace's potential. Brett discusses Wallace's high-pressure situation and why he can't make continue to beat himself up during post-race interviews. Ryan Blaney currently sits on the playoff cutoff line and Martin Truex Jr. is the first driver out with three regular season races remaining. The gang explains what each driver has to do to clinch the last playoff spot before or at the cutoff race in Daytona. Also, Brett shares why he believes 23XI Racing is the modern-day DEI. Finally, Brad Keselowski commented on NASCAR needing to hand out more penalties to gain control of the garage. T.J. explains how his driver is still dealing with the repercussions of their penalty earlier in the year and the table debates the need for stricter officiating. In Reaction Theatre, fans voice their opinions about Ross Chastain never lifting and Kevin Harvick making it back to Victory Lane. Later, hear the gang's thoughts on expanding the charter system and what needs to happen for the Cup Series to return to a 43 car field. Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partners Xfinity and RacingUSA.com for making this show possible. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pitcher List Fantasy Baseball Podcast
K ꓘ 70 - Trade Deadline Reactions

Pitcher List Fantasy Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 78:13


Keep or Kut - Pete (@PeteBBaseball) and Chad (@chadyoung) go through the many, many moves from the trade deadline, including some teams that opened up playing time for certain players by moving others away Join Pitcher List Plus and get an ad-free website and access to the Pitcher List Discord community, while supporting the podcast. Timestamps 3:09 - The Eric Hosmer acquisition should not impact Triston Casas' timeline 11:38 - Andrew Benintendi and Harrison Bader probably won't see much, if any, of a boost to their offense. However, Yankees pitching could see a boost with a much more formidable outfield defense going forward. 19:25 - Jordan Montgomery went the other direction in the Bader trade, and things are looking up for his value. 23:00 - Tyler Mahle has escaped Great American Ballpark! 27:26 - Is Jose Barrero worth a flier or is his strikeout rate too brutal? 35:40 - Not sure there is a lot to say about it in regards to fantasy, but Juan Soto has a new home. 38:15 - Joey Gallo heads to Hollywood. Don't forget about him! 42:06 - J.D. Davis, now in the Bay, finally has some playing time to show off his ridiculous average exit velocity. 47:42 - Trey Mancini is already tearing it up in his new threads. 51:46 - Pete is hopeful that Ken Waldichuk will make his way to the Majors this season but Chad is unsure about it. 58:54 - Jorge López, Josh Hader, Taylor Rogers, and Raisel Iglesias all have new homes, and in some cases, new jobs. Interesting conversation about Iglesias in Ottoneu follows. 1:07:15 - Play time has opened up for the speedy Michael Massey in Kansas City, who has also hit for some power this season. 1:12:56 - Frankie Montas heads to the Bronx and Chad is upset. 1:15:40 - Could Francisco Álvarez be on his way to the Majors soon?Get PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus

MN for the Win
A Memorable Sunday at the Park with Rocco (Blue Jays Series Recap, 8/4-8/7)

MN for the Win

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 37:45


Against a playoff-caliber team, the Minnesota Twins earn a four-game split at Target Field with the Toronto Blue Jays. But it felt like a series the Twins could have won if not for an overturned call in the 10th inning of Game 4. Hoges -- filling in again for David -- was at the game for it and has lots to say about the way that replay was handled by the MLB crew in New York City. He and Dan praise Rocco Baldelli for his display of emotion and for his articulate critique of the process in his postgame interview. They also discuss the excellent play of Jose Miranda and Nick Gordon, who anchored a lineup riddled with injuries and days off. They praise the hustle of Jake Cave and Gordon, and then Dan asks Hoges whether Carlos Correa should be worried about his job security at shortstop. Hoges wonders what it will take for this season to be perceived as a success, and they end with a look around the Majors at the haplessAngels, the death of Vin Scully and a dominant White Sox pitcher. Thanks for listening; go Twins!Music: "Minnesota Twins Theme" (1961) written by Ray Charles and Dick Wilson. Arrangement and performance by Jason Cain.

Keep or Kut
K ꓘ 70 - Trade Deadline Reactions

Keep or Kut

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 78:13


Keep or Kut - Pete (@PeteBBaseball) and Chad (@chadyoung) go through the many, many moves from the trade deadline, including some teams that opened up playing time for certain players by moving others away Join Pitcher List Plus and get an ad-free website and access to the Pitcher List Discord community, while supporting the podcast. Timestamps 3:09 - The Eric Hosmer acquisition should not impact Triston Casas' timeline 11:38 - Andrew Benintendi and Harrison Bader probably won't see much, if any, of a boost to their offense. However, Yankees pitching could see a boost with a much more formidable outfield defense going forward. 19:25 - Jordan Montgomery went the other direction in the Bader trade, and things are looking up for his value. 23:00 - Tyler Mahle has escaped Great American Ballpark! 27:26 - Is Jose Barrero worth a flier or is his strikeout rate too brutal? 35:40 - Not sure there is a lot to say about it in regards to fantasy, but Juan Soto has a new home. 38:15 - Joey Gallo heads to Hollywood. Don't forget about him! 42:06 - J.D. Davis, now in the Bay, finally has some playing time to show off his ridiculous average exit velocity. 47:42 - Trey Mancini is already tearing it up in his new threads. 51:46 - Pete is hopeful that Ken Waldichuk will make his way to the Majors this season but Chad is unsure about it. 58:54 - Jorge López, Josh Hader, Taylor Rogers, and Raisel Iglesias all have new homes, and in some cases, new jobs. Interesting conversation about Iglesias in Ottoneu follows. 1:07:15 - Play time has opened up for the speedy Michael Massey in Kansas City, who has also hit for some power this season. 1:12:56 - Frankie Montas heads to the Bronx and Chad is upset. 1:15:40 - Could Francisco Álvarez be on his way to the Majors soon?Get PL+ and join our community: https://pitcherlist.com/plus

Healthcare Horrors podcast
Orville Lynn Majors | Episode 21

Healthcare Horrors podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 23:36


Orville Lynn Majors might have one of the highest confirmed kill counts that we have had on this show so far. How did he do it? Why did he do it? Find out in this episode of Healthcare Horrors.

Baseball Central @ Noon
Did Toronto Do Enough at the Deadline?

Baseball Central @ Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 47:48


Jeff and Kevin open up the show celebrating legendary MLB play-by-play broadcaster Vin Scully who passed away at the age of 94, before turning their attention to the Toronto Blue Jays and MLB's trade deadline. The guys break down the Blue Jays' acquisitions of Whit Merrifield, Anthony Bass, Zach Pop, and Mitch White, the prices paid by teams around the Majors, and Toronto's 3-1 win over Tampa Bay thanks to a strong start from Kevin Gausman. Later on, Royals broadcaster Jeff Montgomery joins Blair and Barker to explain what two-time All-Star Merrifield will bring to the Blue Jays (35:45). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

The Hank Haney Podcast
Ep. 709: Money vs. Trophies

The Hank Haney Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 22:31 Very Popular


First, Hank Haney wonders why the world golf rankings would want to exclude some of the best players in the world and then he explains why the attraction of major championships and the Ryder Cup is not as alluring as you might think.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Door Bumper Clear - Dirty Mo Media
262 - Denny Hamlin & Indianapolis: Going the Wrong Way

Door Bumper Clear - Dirty Mo Media

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 116:59 Very Popular


Door Bumper Clear is back from a weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Brett Griffin, Freddie Kraft and T.J. Majors bring on a long-awaited special guest and Freddie's boss, Denny Hamlin. The guys react to the chaotic NASCAR Cup Series race, discuss Hamlin's team being transparent about their Pocono disqualification, and hear stories from racing late models with T.J. To begin Spot On, Spot Off, the table talks about Ross Chastain being penalized for using the turn one access road to take the lead from Tyler Reddick on the final restart. Hamlin admits whether or not he would have done the same move and debates with the spotters if NASCAR made the rules clear enough. Next, several drivers aggressively overdrove Turn 1 throughout the race on restarts causing numerous spin-outs. Brett explains why drivers were making aggressive moves and which ones were the main culprits. Hamlin chimes in about the level of respect being shown by all drivers on the track right now. Richard Childress compared how Kevin Harvick left the team versus how Tyler Reddick plans to depart after their victory on Sunday. Hear from Hamlin himself how the process of courting and signing Reddick went, and his thoughts on how RCR has reacted. Kyle Busch says he would take less money or a shorter contract to stay with Joe Gibbs Racing. The gang discusses what that means for Busch's future and the current driver contract and salary climate. Hear why Cup Series drivers make less money today, what factors have contributed to that, and what needs to change moving forward. Hamlin has been vocal about race teams earning a more fair split of the next television contract. The guys react to NASCAR president Steve Phelps' comments about media rights negotiations and Hamlin discusses his meeting with Marcus Smith and Justin Marks. Learn why teams need a larger portion of the rights money and how it can benefit the sport overall. Finally, they debate whether the Michigan race could put on a better show having a similar aero package to Atlanta. Hamlin talks about why he thinks the cars are still going too fast for that style of racing to work and predicts how much longer Atlanta can race like a superspeedway. In Reaction Theatre, fans coin John Hunter Nemechek a new nickname, react to Ross Chastain cutting through the access road, and perform a song for Denny. In Ask DBC, the guys discuss which Indianapolis layout NASCAR should run moving forward and who Hamlin would choose as his spotter among the three guys. Later, hear which drivers Hamlin gives his ‘What an Idiot' award to and he answers whether or not Chastain can expect more payback. Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partners Xfinity and RacingUSA.com for making this show possible. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Fired Up
Monday, August 1: Around The Majors Tfades

Fired Up

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 2:06


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Tuesday, August 2: Around The Majors Trade Deadline With Justin Levine

Fired Up

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 30:34


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Actionable Intelligence Alert
US Oil Majors Report Record Quarterly Results. AIA Weekly 7-30-22

Actionable Intelligence Alert

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 51:56


Exxon and Chevron reported record quarterly results this week as record refining margins along with high oil prices resulted in excellent results. European oil majors also reported excellent results with several companies announcing additional returns of capital to shareholders via share buybacks.

Growing Cubs: A Chicago Prospect Podcast
111. Who is Next Up to Chicago After the Trade Deadline?

Growing Cubs: A Chicago Prospect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 60:43 Very Popular


Believe it or not, this episode isn't entirely dedicated to the upcoming MLB trade deadline, although Greg and Jimmy spend the back half of the episode discussing who might get called up from Iowa to replace the traded Cubs players in the Majors. Before that, they dig into some news and notes including Brailyn Marquez undergoing surgery, Koen Moreno's debut, Luke Little's performance, and Owen Caissie and Yonathan Perlaza tearing it up at the plate.

Fired Up
Monday, August 1: Around The Majors

Fired Up

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 0:46


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Saturday, July 30: Around The Majors

Fired Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 1:22


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The Great Coaches: Leadership & Life

Our Great Coach on this episode is Baseball Coach Jon Deeble. Jon represented Australia as a Baseball pitcher at the 1988 Olympics. He transitioned into coaching in 1994 in America as a minor league manager and hitting coach with the Florida Marlins and Boston Red Sox. In 2000 he became the Head Coach of the Australian team eventually leading them to the silver medal at the 2004 Olympics. Then in 2011 he led the team to 5th place at the World Baseball classic, the country's highest ever placing. He became the first Australian to coach in the Majors when he became Boston's first-base coach in 2005. And from 2002 to 2016 he was the Head Scout for the Boston Red Sox in the Pacific Rim. In 2016 he joined the Los Angeles Dodgers' in the same role. Jon was born with a mitt in his hand, thanks to both parents representing Australia at baseball. The sport has taken him all over the world, and allowed him to cross paths with some of the biggest names in baseball. He is passionate about developing young talent; and global enough in his perspective, to know that you have to treat people as individuals if you want to help them succeed. He is honest about his shortcomings as a coach and at the same time proud of his teams achievements, and the role that culture and leadership played in delivering them. The other key parts of the interview were: His use of player psychological profiling to allow him to find the best way to communicate with individuals. How he encourages his teams to focus on the execution of their particular role in service of the greater goal of perfect execution for the team. Hs views on self-doubt, and how has a coach he knows there can be a problem when he expects more from someone than they expect from themselves. And how the great coaches are honest, are excellent communicators and not afraid to make hard decisions. This was a wonderful conversation, and I hope you enjoy it as much as Jim and I did. If you would like to send us any feedback or if you know a great coach, who has a unique story to share, then we would love to hear from you, please contact us at thegreatcoachespodcast@gmail.com You can also follow us and comment on all our Great Coaches here Twitter @CoachesGreat Facebook @TheGreatCoaches Instagram @the_great_coaches_podcast YouTube The Great Coaches Podcast LinkedIn The Great Coaches Podcast

The Hackers Paradise
Off Course: Ranking the Four Majors

The Hackers Paradise

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 51:03


Off Course is back this week with a fantastic show. Hosted by Dan Edwards, each Friday he gives you a deep look into the world of golf and equipment in a way unlike any other podcast has done before. Today THP Staff Writer and friend of the show James Miles from joins the conversation to […] The post Off Course: Ranking the Four Majors appeared first on The Hackers Paradise.

Coach Glass Podcast
CGP Ep454 STOP Training GO Play

Coach Glass Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 30:47


Stop training and go play! This episode may anger you. We have been force-fed the notion that training is supposed to be hard and you can't ever stop or you will turn into a weak fat slob. If you are an athlete you need to train every day and constantly be getting faster stronger and more powerful. Grind it out! This is ridiculous. If you are always training, when do you get to enjoy the fruits of your labour? You say you want to "peak for the Majors" but never take time off to allow your body to express its greatness. If you are a nine to fiver who trains to stay young, fit and looking lean you need to actually stop what you are doing to see if your diet and training regime actually works. If taking a break results in you gaining weight and you feeling pain and lethargy then your program sucks! Just listen to this rant and heed my advice. Train using Coach Glass' revolutionary rotational training programs: https://www.jasonglasslab.com/coach-glass-training-programs Thank you to our sponsors. @mytpi @perform_better Register for all your MyTPI classes here: http://www.mytpi.com/certification/seminar-calendar Fitness Level 3 is May 6-8th Want to buy some equipment? Of course you do! Perform Better @perform_better http://performbetter.com use code “GLASS15” at checkout to buy your Mace, Kettlebells and bands. I will be speaking at the 2022 Perform Better Summit in Providence Rhode Island Aug 26-28th! Lets GO!!!!

Running Tales
Michele Heller: The 'Marathon Mum' aiming to run all six majors

Running Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 20:28


When Michele Heller started running aged 38 her aim was to get fit and lose weight. More than 10 years on, she has slightly loftier goals. Having already completed 11 marathons across her home country - including Boston, Chicago and New York - the US resident is aiming to tick off all six marathon majors. Michele is set to run London this year, with Tokyo and Berlin firmly on her bucket list. But she's not aiming on stopping there. Her ultimate goal is to complete a marathon in all 50 states of America. This is her Running Tale.   ---------------------------------- If you like this episode please consider donating to help us keep going: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/stepforward The music in this podcast is: "Fearless First" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Seemingly Ordinary
96. Matthew Newkirk on Combating Inflation, Changing Careers & Majors, Growing Deep into Faith, and Finding Good Friends!

Seemingly Ordinary

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 127:48


In his early twenties, Matthew Newkirk is one of the most brilliant men I know. In this episode, he puts a lot of thought into: changing college majors, finding good friends (what a lifelong task this is), combating inflation, and growing more deeply into your faith. And more! He's brilliant. You'll love hearing him.)(This episode was recorded in May 2022.)

Carlin, Maggie & Bart
Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees Hall-of-Fame Closer

Carlin, Maggie & Bart

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 16:12


The Majors' All-Time leader in saves, and the only unanimous Hall-of-Fame inductee, stops by to talk Juan Soto, Aaron Judge and his pursuit to spread baseball into the Middle East and southern Asia.

Door Bumper Clear - Dirty Mo Media
261 - Pocono: Lift or Wreck

Door Bumper Clear - Dirty Mo Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 116:30 Very Popular


Brett Griffin, Freddie Kraft and T.J. Majors return from Pocono Raceway after a weekend filled with action-packed racing. Brett explains why he allegedly was suspended from Door Bumper Clear and shares a story about a bartender having a crush on a certain spotter. Then, they discuss Ty Gibbs filling in for Kurt Busch after having concussion symptoms and why it's important for drivers to make their health a priority. Spot On, Spot Off starts with the spotters discussing Ross Chastain wrecking after racing Denny Hamlin for the lead on a late restart. They explain why Chastain could have avoided wrecking and potentially stole the win. Then, they debate if Hamlin is even with Chastain. Hamlin and Kyle Busch were disqualified after finishing 1-2 in the Cup Series race. Find out the cause of the disqualification and if NASCAR should change their inspection process to start looking for similar infractions. Next, Kyle Busch had a cold reaction to Joe Gibbs after the race on Sunday following a week of chatter regarding his contract negotiations. The guys react to Toyota's comments and why they feel Busch was being disrespectful to his team owner. Brett leads the discussion of why Busch only has two realistic options if he wants to keep driving for a top-level team next year.  Denny Hamlin said 23XI Racing will hire its own pit crew members for next year instead of leasing crews from JGR. The gang discusses whether or not this is the best business decision for Hamlin to make. Then, a leaked document indicates NASCAR is planning a demonstration using prototype electric vehicles before next year's Clash at the LA Coliseum. The crew questions how long electric cars would hold up at big tracks, how quickly will they be implemented, and which series would run them. With the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course coming up next, the guys revisit Kevin Harvick's comments about how the road course is “terrible for our sport.” They talk about why the oval configuration should get another chance and if they should run a different aero package to do so. Finally, the spotters react to Austin Dillon's comments about having TJ as his spotter for the Indy Xfinity Series race. They discuss Brandon Brown having to step out of his car to sell sponsorship and how the “Let's Go Brandon” ordeal has negatively affected the team's finances.  In Reaction Theatre, hear fan reactions to Noah Gragson throwing up and then chugging a beer after his victory, whether or not Hamlin purposely wrecked Chastain, and the top two finishers getting disqualified. Later in the show, T.J. answers a call from a big name former driver who has a few questions for the guys after the dramatic weekend at Pocono. Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partners Xfinity and RacingUSA.com for making this show possible. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

WCTV Podcasting
Lost in Translation - Episode 10 - Mike St. John

WCTV Podcasting

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 75:19


*Discusses adult themes* Mike St. John's career has been a rollercoaster, to say the least, defined by work ethic, overcoming adversity, and reinventing himself time and time again. A baseball star in high school who looked destined for the Majors, a devastating arm injury ended what looked like a professional career in the making. After being robbed of his first love, St. John dedicated himself to basketball far later than most players, but willed and worked his way to a Division I scholarship. After four years as a starter at La Salle, St. John embarked on a professional basketball career that spanned more than a decade and took him to more than 20 countries. Still in his prime, St. John once again had his sports career ended by heartbreaking medical news: a life-threatening heart condition. After returning to his hometown to pick up the pieces, St. John picked himself back up and dedicated himself to helping the next generation of young players as a coach.

The Tie
Mudball Monday Episode 46-Great Golf Courses=Great Majors with Special Guest!

The Tie

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 37:25


DERT, banter, golf chat, non golf chat, a healthy dose of absurdity, just your standard MBM here at The Tie.Today I'm joined by Jubal Early, our long lost third member of The Tie to talk about  the year that was with the major championships and why a great lineup of courses like we had this year unsurprisingly led to a great list of champions and perennial contenders. We also preview a bit of what's to come at next year's majors with another great lineup of golf  courses.Many thanks as always for the love and please don't hesitate to contact us through the links below!Cheers,  - The Tie Guys  @thetiepodcast on instagram and twitter thetiegolfpodcast@gmail.comGoodWalk Coffee: https://goodwalkcoffee.comCODE: thetie for 20% off

MLB Pipeline
The Best Four Days Of The Year

MLB Pipeline

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 71:09 Very Popular


The two biggest prospect events of the year are the Draft and the Futures Game, held on four consecutive days leading up to the All-Star Game. Jim Callis, Jonathan Mayo and Jason Ratliff were on hand for all of it in Los Angeles and break down both events on the latest MLB Pipeline Podcast. They start with the top of the Draft, which began with the two best players (Jackson Holliday to the Orioles, Druw Jones to the Diamondbacks) before the Rangers dropped a Kumar Rocker bombshell at No. 3. From there, they delve into other first-round surprises, some notable Day Two picks and which players will arrive in the Majors the soonest. Then there's plenty of Futures Game talk centering on the standouts and Jim and Jonathan's now-annual unofficial batting practice home run derby competition. They wrap it up with a listener mailbag question about the Mets' Draft, which leads to some discussion of which organizations had the best efforts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Black Diamonds
Dave Roberts | LIVE at SiriusXM LA

Black Diamonds

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 59:57 Very Popular


Dodgers manager Dave Roberts joins Bob Kendrick in front of a live studio audience at SiriusXM Los Angeles, discussing the 75th anniversary of Jackie Robinson's debut, Jackie Robinson's pleas for Black managerial opportunities, the great managers of the Negro Leagues, bringing the speed game of the Negro Leagues back to the Majors, and how to revive Black participation in baseball. Follow Bob Kendrick on Twitter - @nlbmprezVisit the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City - https://nlbm.com

Chasing Daylight Podcast
The Major Season Wrap up, More LIV Talk of course, and a look at what's ahead this weekend.

Chasing Daylight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 61:35


Episode 173Back to a normal schedule for a bit. The Majors are over and we're all back together, albeit temporarily as Jeremy is prepping for a family vacation. We hope you enjoy this week's episode, and if you do, please consider leaving us a review either on Spotify or iTunes. WHAT HAPPENED IN GOLF THIS PAST WEEK AND WHERE WE PLAYED• There is a ton of shit going on in the world of Golf. The last Major of the season just concluded. • There is, of course, some LIV Golf news with Feherty joining their team. Reports of Cam Smith jumping to LIV make Joe nervous about Cam's future. • Tiger finally speaks up about LIV, and his comments are rather harsh.• We played some golf at Las Vegas National and Revere this past weekend.• Shaftdebaclegate 2022 continues for MattWHAT IS HAPPENING IN GOLF THIS WEEK• PGA Tour - The 3M Open• DP World Tour - The Cazoo Classic• PGA Tour Champions - The Senior Open Championship presented by Rolex• LPGA - The Amundi Evian Championship• Korn Ferry Tour - Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr. PepperTHE ODDS AND OUR LOCKS FOR THE 3M OpenJeremy: Sahith Theegala - 18/1Joe: Emiliano Grillo - 50/1 Matt: Cameron Tringale - 25/1Please check out @airbar26 and save $10 off your order with the code "BB10."The Chasing Daylight is the official podcast of The Breakfast Ball Golf Blog, and this episode was brought to you by Chasing Aces Golf.The Las Vegas Golf Superstore The premier retail destination for golfers in the Las Vegas Valley!Bob West - The Golfing Real Estate Agent Former professional golfer turned Real Estate agent servicing the Las Vegas ValleyChasing Aces Golf A golf brand that wants you to enjoy your time on the course while you're Chasing Aces!

The Bogey Golf Podcast
Did Rory Choke? Cam Smith is the Champion Golfer of the Year

The Bogey Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 98:23


In this episode we cover the The Open Championship! Dod Rory choke on Sunday? Where does The Open rank on the list of Majors for this year? Will Cam Smith go to LIV Golf?

The Cook & Joe Show
All Star, Chelsa Messinger, Cruz Thoughts

The Cook & Joe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 34:03


We have thoughts from the All-Star Game last night, Oneil Cruz's future in the Majors and Chelsa Messinger checks in for best bets as well as Starkey's Card of the Week. 

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Tuesday, July 19th, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 17:22


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Tuesday, July 19th, 2022. Before we jump into the news for today, I have a question for you! Plug #1: Gold River Trading Co. Are you tired of buying sugary drinks and coffee from large woke corporations? Throw a tea party! Gold River Trading Co. is an American company that offers premium alternatives for Americans who enjoy a delicious cup of tea. Start your day with Gold River’s invigorating American Breakfast Blend, cool down with a pitcher of crisp & refreshing Iced Tea, or unwind with Chamomile Herbal tea. Explore a variety of high-quality blends and enjoy a healthy, flavorful alternative from an American company that shares your values. Go to goldriverco.com and save 10% off all orders using discount code CROSSPOLITIC at checkout. Now, let’s get to the news, starting with Dr. Anthony Fauci! https://www.theepochtimes.com/fauci-reveals-exactly-when-hes-leaving-the-federal-government_4604550.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Fauci Reveals Exactly When He’s Leaving the Federal Government White House COVID-19 adviser Anthony Fauci revealed that after about five decades in the federal government, he’s planning on leaving his position by the end of President Joe Biden’s term. “We’re in a pattern now. If somebody says, ‘You’ll leave when we don’t have COVID anymore,’ then I will be 105. I think we’re going to be living with this,” Fauci, 81, told Politico in an interview published on Monday morning in confirming he’s retiring at the end of Biden’s term in office, which is Jan. 21, 2025. Fauci has been the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) since 1984. During the COVID-19, he became a household name when he became the face of the federal government’s COVID-19 pandemic response, often generating criticism from Republicans and conservatives about his generally dire predictions about the pandemic. Of his relationship with former President Donald Trump, Fauci said that “we developed an interesting relationship … two guys from New York, different in their opinions and their ideology, but still, two guys who grew up in the same environments of this city. I think that we are related to each other in that regard.” And if Republicans win back either the House or Senate in 2022, Fauci noted that he will likely be investigated by GOP lawmakers. But he claimed that regarding those investigations, “I don’t make that a consideration in my career decision.” However, Fauci has faced public questions from Republicans in Congress about his agency having given funding to third-party groups to carry out research in China. COVID-19, caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, emerged in Wuhan, China, and a significant number of U.S. intelligence officials last year released a report suggesting the virus may be tied to the top-level Wuhan Institute of Virology. Last month, amid questions from Sen. Roger Marshall (R-Kan.), Fauci admitted that he is not able to halt federal funding from being doled out to researchers in China. “The NIH [National Institutes of Health] is still funding research in China, at least $8 million since 2020,” Marshall said. “In the Intelligence Community’s 2022 Annual Threat Assessment, the Chinese Communist Party is presented as one of the top threats to the United States, along with Russia, Iran, Syria, and North Korea. To my knowledge, only China is receiving U.S. research dollars.” Later, he asked Fauci, “When will you as director of NIAID stop funding research in China?” Federal health agencies, Fauci said in response, “had very productive peer-reviewed highly regarded research projects with our Chinese colleagues that have led to some major advances in biomedical research.” “We obviously need to be careful and make sure that when we do fund them we have the proper peer review and we go through all the established guidelines,” he also said. https://dailycaller.com/2022/07/17/shameful-biden-admin-sold-6-million-barrels-strategic-oil-reserves-china/ Biden Admin Has Sold Nearly 6 Million Barrels Of Strategic Oil Reserves To China The Biden administration sold nearly six million barrels of oil from its Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) since July 2021 to a Chinese state-run energy firm, according to a Daily Caller News Foundation review of Department of Energy (DOE) data. From July 2021 until the end of June 2022, Biden’s energy department auctioned off 5.9 million barrels of strategic reserve oil to Unipec, the trading division of the Chinese state-owned Sinopec, in an effort to increase the supply of oil globally and drive down fuel costs in the U.S. that were exacerbated by the war in Ukraine and Biden’s climate policies. SPR oil is sold to the highest bidder, and some of the businesses entitled to make bids are American subsidiaries of foreign corporations like Unipec The DOE sold four million barrels to Unipec in the fall of 2021, almost six months before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, making over $252 million from the sale, according to the FY22 Emergency Drawdown No. 2 Successful Awards Report. Each barrel was sold on average for roughly $63, or over eight dollars less than the average price of oil per barrel that month. “I think it takes a bad policy and makes it worse,” Ben Lieberman, a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, told the Daily Caller News Foundation. In July 2022 the DOE sold 950,000 barrels to Unipec for roughly $113 million, according to the FY22 Emergency Drawdown No. 3A Successful Awards Report. While the Biden administration claimed the sales will help the U.S. fight “Putin’s price hike,” Unipec is still buying large quantities of Russian oil, according to Bloomberg. “It’s helping out a bit, but it’s still a very bad policy,” Lieberman told the DCNF. “The fact that we’re using the Strategic Petroleum Reserve rather than drilling offshore or getting more oil to the United States through the Keystone XL pipeline, the fact that we’re not doing these things is really pretty shameful.” In April, the DOE also sold 950,000 barrels to Unipec, according to a DOE report. “The Strategic Petroleum Reserve never really was a substitute for that and now to hear that this oil is going to China is problematic because it undercuts their rationale even more,” said Lieberman. “Biden’s policy just shows that he’s not putting American consumers and the American economy first or second or even third.” The DOE, the White House and Sinopec did not respond to the DCNF’s request for comment. Plug #2: Armored Republic The Mission of Armored Republic is to Honor Christ by equipping Free Men with Tools of Liberty necessary to preserve God-given rights. In the Armored Republic there is no King but Christ. We are Free Craftsmen. Body Armor is a Tool of Liberty. We create Tools of Liberty. Free men must remain ever vigilant against tyranny wherever it appears. God has given us the tools of liberty needed to defend the rights He bestowed to us. Armored Republic is honored to offer you those Tools. Visit them, at ar500armor.com https://www.theepochtimes.com/congress-grants-pentagon-58-billion-more-than-requested-dod-report_4603312.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Congress Grants Pentagon $58 Billion More Than Requested: DOD Report US lawmakers granted the Department of Defense (DOD) more money than the Pentagon requested for in the fiscal 2022 defense budget, a recent Pentagon report shows. In total, Congress sanctioned $58.55 billion in additional funds, according to the report. This includes $25.70 billion for operations and maintenance, $17.67 billion for procurement, $9.89 billion for research, development, test, and evaluation, $4.32 billion for military construction, and $947 million for military personnel. The DOD initially had a base budget appropriation of $742.3 billion for fiscal 2022. As such, the extra $58.55 billion represents an almost 8 percent increase from the base budget. The Pentagon did not put in a request for any of the programs funded with the extra $58.55 billion. These programs are not even in the so-called unfunded priorities lists—made up of items not included in the budget but considered critical—that departments and officers send to Congress annually. For instance, roughly $4 billion was granted for half a dozen ships that were not on the unfunded priorities list. Similarly, the Navy received $900 million for a dozen Super Hornet jets, the Air National Guard got $1.8 billion to purchase 16 C-130J transport planes, and $460 million was granted for developing advanced jet engines. Over $2 billion in extra funds was appropriated for classified programs. The $58.55 billion calculation only takes into account individual additions totaling $20 million or more. Since there are usually many spending hikes in the single-digit millions, the total actual excess funding will likely be higher. In an email to Roll Call, Steve Ellis, president of Taxpayers for Common Sense, a government spending watchdog group, called for more efficient military budgets. “Certainly Congress has the power of the purse, but considering the Pentagon got more than $750 billion that year, lawmakers could work within that generous budget to reflect their priorities … Instead, they dumped more than $50 billion across accounts for what appear to be in some cases very parochial interests.” Since fiscal 2017, the Pentagon’s base budget has risen by 48 percent. The recently passed House version of the 2023 defense budget ups the funding received by the Pentagon, authorizing $839 billion in military spending—$37 billion more than was requested by the administration. And now, it’s time for the topic that I love… sports! You all know we’re on the Fight Laugh Feast Network, so now let’s talk about some fighting… https://nypost.com/2022/07/17/bronx-native-shane-burgos-now-7-0-in-ufc-bouts-in-new-york/ Bronx native Shane Burgos now 7-0 in UFC bouts in New York Shane Burgos’ record remains perfect in the Empire State. He can thank one hell of a chin for that. The Bronx native, who expressed displeasure with his performance, nevertheless managed to hold on for a majority decision victory over Charles Jourdain on Saturday at UBS Arena in featherweight action during the UFC’s first Long Island event in five years. The win moved him to 7-0 in UFC bouts in his home state. Shane Burgos hates how he ended the fight against Charles Jourdain | ESPN MMA - Play 2:25-3:52 Fans anticipated a clash of action-oriented strikers entering the main-card bout. But for two rounds, Burgos was a grappling beast and Jourdain simply couldn’t handle him. Burgos and his Tiger Schulmann’s MMA team anticipated that strategy would work. In a nifty moment early on, Burgos pushed off the octagon to help secure Jourdain’s back and to attack a rear-naked choke from the body triangle in the highest spot of the first round. He took the back with a standing body triangle again the following round, keeping it longer this time. The expected war on the feet broke out in the final round, but the battle was largely one-way traffic. Jourdain cracked Burgos often, besting the local favorite in significant strikes 84-26, per UFC Stats. Now let’s check in on some baseball standings, as I’m sure we’ve got some baseball fans in our audience: Starting in the American League AL East: The New York Yankees are firing on all cylinders, with a 64-28 record, leading all clubs across the Majors as far as best record goes. The second closest record in the AL East goes to the Tampa Bay Rays, a full-13 games back. It’s a close race in the AL Central, as the Minnesotta Twins are leading the way with a 50-44 record, and two teams are nipping at their heels. The Cleveland Guardians, or Indians as I’ll continue to call them, are standing at 46-44. While the Chicago Whitesox sit at 46-46. In the AL West, it’s a two team race featuring the Houston Astros, and the surprisingly hot Seattle Mariners! The Astros sit at 59-32, and the Mariners are 51-42. By the way, the Mariners are on a 14-game winning streak, and on top of that, the Astros and Mariners have a three game series starting this Friday! Over to the National League, the Mets & the Braves are separated by 2.5 games atop the east. In the NL Central, the Brewers are only ahead of the Cardinals by half a game. Each of them have 50 wins a piece. And finally, in the NL West, the Dodgers lead the way with the second best record in baseball, at 60-30. That’s your look at sports, and this has been your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. If you liked this show, go ahead and hit that share button for me would ya? If you want to sign up for a club membership, a magazine subscription, or sign up for our conference in Knoxville TN, you need to head over to fightlaughfeast.com, and sign up there. And as always, if you’d like to become a corporate partner with CrossPolitic, email me, at garrison@fightlaughfeast.com. For CrossPolitic News, I’m Garrison Hardie. Have a great rest of your day, and Lord bless.

Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief for Tuesday, July 19th, 2022

Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 17:22


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Tuesday, July 19th, 2022. Before we jump into the news for today, I have a question for you! Plug #1: Gold River Trading Co. Are you tired of buying sugary drinks and coffee from large woke corporations? Throw a tea party! Gold River Trading Co. is an American company that offers premium alternatives for Americans who enjoy a delicious cup of tea. Start your day with Gold River’s invigorating American Breakfast Blend, cool down with a pitcher of crisp & refreshing Iced Tea, or unwind with Chamomile Herbal tea. Explore a variety of high-quality blends and enjoy a healthy, flavorful alternative from an American company that shares your values. Go to goldriverco.com and save 10% off all orders using discount code CROSSPOLITIC at checkout. Now, let’s get to the news, starting with Dr. Anthony Fauci! https://www.theepochtimes.com/fauci-reveals-exactly-when-hes-leaving-the-federal-government_4604550.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Fauci Reveals Exactly When He’s Leaving the Federal Government White House COVID-19 adviser Anthony Fauci revealed that after about five decades in the federal government, he’s planning on leaving his position by the end of President Joe Biden’s term. “We’re in a pattern now. If somebody says, ‘You’ll leave when we don’t have COVID anymore,’ then I will be 105. I think we’re going to be living with this,” Fauci, 81, told Politico in an interview published on Monday morning in confirming he’s retiring at the end of Biden’s term in office, which is Jan. 21, 2025. Fauci has been the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) since 1984. During the COVID-19, he became a household name when he became the face of the federal government’s COVID-19 pandemic response, often generating criticism from Republicans and conservatives about his generally dire predictions about the pandemic. Of his relationship with former President Donald Trump, Fauci said that “we developed an interesting relationship … two guys from New York, different in their opinions and their ideology, but still, two guys who grew up in the same environments of this city. I think that we are related to each other in that regard.” And if Republicans win back either the House or Senate in 2022, Fauci noted that he will likely be investigated by GOP lawmakers. But he claimed that regarding those investigations, “I don’t make that a consideration in my career decision.” However, Fauci has faced public questions from Republicans in Congress about his agency having given funding to third-party groups to carry out research in China. COVID-19, caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, emerged in Wuhan, China, and a significant number of U.S. intelligence officials last year released a report suggesting the virus may be tied to the top-level Wuhan Institute of Virology. Last month, amid questions from Sen. Roger Marshall (R-Kan.), Fauci admitted that he is not able to halt federal funding from being doled out to researchers in China. “The NIH [National Institutes of Health] is still funding research in China, at least $8 million since 2020,” Marshall said. “In the Intelligence Community’s 2022 Annual Threat Assessment, the Chinese Communist Party is presented as one of the top threats to the United States, along with Russia, Iran, Syria, and North Korea. To my knowledge, only China is receiving U.S. research dollars.” Later, he asked Fauci, “When will you as director of NIAID stop funding research in China?” Federal health agencies, Fauci said in response, “had very productive peer-reviewed highly regarded research projects with our Chinese colleagues that have led to some major advances in biomedical research.” “We obviously need to be careful and make sure that when we do fund them we have the proper peer review and we go through all the established guidelines,” he also said. https://dailycaller.com/2022/07/17/shameful-biden-admin-sold-6-million-barrels-strategic-oil-reserves-china/ Biden Admin Has Sold Nearly 6 Million Barrels Of Strategic Oil Reserves To China The Biden administration sold nearly six million barrels of oil from its Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) since July 2021 to a Chinese state-run energy firm, according to a Daily Caller News Foundation review of Department of Energy (DOE) data. From July 2021 until the end of June 2022, Biden’s energy department auctioned off 5.9 million barrels of strategic reserve oil to Unipec, the trading division of the Chinese state-owned Sinopec, in an effort to increase the supply of oil globally and drive down fuel costs in the U.S. that were exacerbated by the war in Ukraine and Biden’s climate policies. SPR oil is sold to the highest bidder, and some of the businesses entitled to make bids are American subsidiaries of foreign corporations like Unipec The DOE sold four million barrels to Unipec in the fall of 2021, almost six months before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, making over $252 million from the sale, according to the FY22 Emergency Drawdown No. 2 Successful Awards Report. Each barrel was sold on average for roughly $63, or over eight dollars less than the average price of oil per barrel that month. “I think it takes a bad policy and makes it worse,” Ben Lieberman, a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, told the Daily Caller News Foundation. In July 2022 the DOE sold 950,000 barrels to Unipec for roughly $113 million, according to the FY22 Emergency Drawdown No. 3A Successful Awards Report. While the Biden administration claimed the sales will help the U.S. fight “Putin’s price hike,” Unipec is still buying large quantities of Russian oil, according to Bloomberg. “It’s helping out a bit, but it’s still a very bad policy,” Lieberman told the DCNF. “The fact that we’re using the Strategic Petroleum Reserve rather than drilling offshore or getting more oil to the United States through the Keystone XL pipeline, the fact that we’re not doing these things is really pretty shameful.” In April, the DOE also sold 950,000 barrels to Unipec, according to a DOE report. “The Strategic Petroleum Reserve never really was a substitute for that and now to hear that this oil is going to China is problematic because it undercuts their rationale even more,” said Lieberman. “Biden’s policy just shows that he’s not putting American consumers and the American economy first or second or even third.” The DOE, the White House and Sinopec did not respond to the DCNF’s request for comment. Plug #2: Armored Republic The Mission of Armored Republic is to Honor Christ by equipping Free Men with Tools of Liberty necessary to preserve God-given rights. In the Armored Republic there is no King but Christ. We are Free Craftsmen. Body Armor is a Tool of Liberty. We create Tools of Liberty. Free men must remain ever vigilant against tyranny wherever it appears. God has given us the tools of liberty needed to defend the rights He bestowed to us. Armored Republic is honored to offer you those Tools. Visit them, at ar500armor.com https://www.theepochtimes.com/congress-grants-pentagon-58-billion-more-than-requested-dod-report_4603312.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Congress Grants Pentagon $58 Billion More Than Requested: DOD Report US lawmakers granted the Department of Defense (DOD) more money than the Pentagon requested for in the fiscal 2022 defense budget, a recent Pentagon report shows. In total, Congress sanctioned $58.55 billion in additional funds, according to the report. This includes $25.70 billion for operations and maintenance, $17.67 billion for procurement, $9.89 billion for research, development, test, and evaluation, $4.32 billion for military construction, and $947 million for military personnel. The DOD initially had a base budget appropriation of $742.3 billion for fiscal 2022. As such, the extra $58.55 billion represents an almost 8 percent increase from the base budget. The Pentagon did not put in a request for any of the programs funded with the extra $58.55 billion. These programs are not even in the so-called unfunded priorities lists—made up of items not included in the budget but considered critical—that departments and officers send to Congress annually. For instance, roughly $4 billion was granted for half a dozen ships that were not on the unfunded priorities list. Similarly, the Navy received $900 million for a dozen Super Hornet jets, the Air National Guard got $1.8 billion to purchase 16 C-130J transport planes, and $460 million was granted for developing advanced jet engines. Over $2 billion in extra funds was appropriated for classified programs. The $58.55 billion calculation only takes into account individual additions totaling $20 million or more. Since there are usually many spending hikes in the single-digit millions, the total actual excess funding will likely be higher. In an email to Roll Call, Steve Ellis, president of Taxpayers for Common Sense, a government spending watchdog group, called for more efficient military budgets. “Certainly Congress has the power of the purse, but considering the Pentagon got more than $750 billion that year, lawmakers could work within that generous budget to reflect their priorities … Instead, they dumped more than $50 billion across accounts for what appear to be in some cases very parochial interests.” Since fiscal 2017, the Pentagon’s base budget has risen by 48 percent. The recently passed House version of the 2023 defense budget ups the funding received by the Pentagon, authorizing $839 billion in military spending—$37 billion more than was requested by the administration. And now, it’s time for the topic that I love… sports! You all know we’re on the Fight Laugh Feast Network, so now let’s talk about some fighting… https://nypost.com/2022/07/17/bronx-native-shane-burgos-now-7-0-in-ufc-bouts-in-new-york/ Bronx native Shane Burgos now 7-0 in UFC bouts in New York Shane Burgos’ record remains perfect in the Empire State. He can thank one hell of a chin for that. The Bronx native, who expressed displeasure with his performance, nevertheless managed to hold on for a majority decision victory over Charles Jourdain on Saturday at UBS Arena in featherweight action during the UFC’s first Long Island event in five years. The win moved him to 7-0 in UFC bouts in his home state. Shane Burgos hates how he ended the fight against Charles Jourdain | ESPN MMA - Play 2:25-3:52 Fans anticipated a clash of action-oriented strikers entering the main-card bout. But for two rounds, Burgos was a grappling beast and Jourdain simply couldn’t handle him. Burgos and his Tiger Schulmann’s MMA team anticipated that strategy would work. In a nifty moment early on, Burgos pushed off the octagon to help secure Jourdain’s back and to attack a rear-naked choke from the body triangle in the highest spot of the first round. He took the back with a standing body triangle again the following round, keeping it longer this time. The expected war on the feet broke out in the final round, but the battle was largely one-way traffic. Jourdain cracked Burgos often, besting the local favorite in significant strikes 84-26, per UFC Stats. Now let’s check in on some baseball standings, as I’m sure we’ve got some baseball fans in our audience: Starting in the American League AL East: The New York Yankees are firing on all cylinders, with a 64-28 record, leading all clubs across the Majors as far as best record goes. The second closest record in the AL East goes to the Tampa Bay Rays, a full-13 games back. It’s a close race in the AL Central, as the Minnesotta Twins are leading the way with a 50-44 record, and two teams are nipping at their heels. The Cleveland Guardians, or Indians as I’ll continue to call them, are standing at 46-44. While the Chicago Whitesox sit at 46-46. In the AL West, it’s a two team race featuring the Houston Astros, and the surprisingly hot Seattle Mariners! The Astros sit at 59-32, and the Mariners are 51-42. By the way, the Mariners are on a 14-game winning streak, and on top of that, the Astros and Mariners have a three game series starting this Friday! Over to the National League, the Mets & the Braves are separated by 2.5 games atop the east. In the NL Central, the Brewers are only ahead of the Cardinals by half a game. Each of them have 50 wins a piece. And finally, in the NL West, the Dodgers lead the way with the second best record in baseball, at 60-30. That’s your look at sports, and this has been your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. If you liked this show, go ahead and hit that share button for me would ya? If you want to sign up for a club membership, a magazine subscription, or sign up for our conference in Knoxville TN, you need to head over to fightlaughfeast.com, and sign up there. And as always, if you’d like to become a corporate partner with CrossPolitic, email me, at garrison@fightlaughfeast.com. For CrossPolitic News, I’m Garrison Hardie. Have a great rest of your day, and Lord bless.

Fore The People
Credit to the Mullet Man

Fore The People

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 47:29 Very Popular


Aussie Cameron Smith comes from 4 shots back to steal The Open from a very game Rory McIlroy.

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
07-18-22 Segment 1 Boot Area

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 59:04


All-Star week is usually when the YouTube chat gets more randy. Cam Smith, how do you do? Jay called this back in January. Mungenast DFS Showdown results. Cam Smith's comments to LIV. Cameron Young. LIV can only survive if the Majors accept their events as World Golf Ranking points. Does anyone care about the Home Run Derby? Celebrity Softball Game. We love Jay Jr! Fairways & Greens origins. Jay describes Sullivan as a ‘boot area'. Olivette. Beercats extends an olive branch to Ken.

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Covino & Rich on MLB Draft, Juan $oto, Selling Feet Pics & All-Star Observations

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 119:16


Covino and Rich are feenin' for some NFL, as they were watching the MLB Draft in the break room! They discuss the crazy journey it is to the Majors and their own missed opportunities. Juan Soto passed up a HUGE contract extension from the Nats.. the fellas ask if he should be betting on himself right now. They discuss no Dodger being in the HR Derby and take calls from around the country! A former UFC fighter is on Only Fans selling pics of her feet and used socks and it creates a big debate on the show! Covino tells you about his brush with movie fame at the Fights in LA last night. Rich has a certain food addiction and they talk Alone, Stranger Things and batting titles. Plus, great stories in baseball as we are at the All-Star break and the biggest observations.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nats Chat
Games 89 & 90: Soto HRs Twice but Skid Hits Six

Nats Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 39:42 Very Popular


The Nats were swept in Wednesday's doubleheader by Seattle (5-1, 2-1) as the only runs scored came via Juan Soto Solo HRs. Mark & Al begin with the news that Tanner Rainey has been placed on the 60 day IL with a UCL sprain. Will he need Tommy John surgery? The positive side of this though is that Tyler Clippard finally has been called up to the Majors. (13:53) Josiah Gray had a rough outing in Game 1 as he allowed a trio of homers in five innings and continued his pattern of struggling in the opening inning. Erick Fedde pitched well in Game 2 until multiple obstacles came his way in the 6th inning; you'll have to listen to hear exactly what happened to him mid-start. (22:10) Juan Soto is officially red hot as he homered in both ends of the doubleheader and extended his hitting streak to fifteen games. However, he made a crucial and ill advised out on the bases to end a 7th inning rally in Game 1. (31:35) Cade Cavalli exited his start early on Tuesday night due to an issue on his finger. Is this of any long-term concern? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

RotoGrinders Daily Fantasy Morning Grind
MLB Morning Grind: 7/13/2022 - He Leads The Majors

RotoGrinders Daily Fantasy Morning Grind

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 38:50


Stevietpfl and TJ Zwarych go game by game and break down the 9-game DFS MLB slate for Wednesday.Check out ScoresAndOdds.com for all your sports betting needs - http://scoresandodds.com/stevietpflhttps://rotogrinders.com/premium – RotoGrinders Premium offers Single Sport or Combo options so you can get the Premium package you need to set you apart from the competition!https://rotogrinders.com/live – Check out RotoGrinders.com for daily strategy shows that will help you with your FanDuel & DraftKings games. All shows will give you FREE daily fantasy sports advice, expert picks, live chat and more!

The Al Galdi Podcast
Episode 355: Commanders conversation with Cam Mellor of Pro Football Network and much more

The Al Galdi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 58:44


16:13 - Guest: Cam Mellor, senior director of college football and the NFL Draft for Pro Football Network, on the Commanders and college football, including just how loaded at quarterback the 2023 NFL Draft is set to be, Commanders quarterback Carson Wentz, why Sam Howell could be a franchise quarterback for the Commanders, Maryland quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa, Virginia Tech quarterback Grant Wells, Virginia quarterback Brennan Armstrong and more 39:28 - Orioles: analysis of a 4-2 win at the Chicago Cubs, giving the O's their first single-season regular-season winning streak of at least nine games since Sept. 1999 50:53 - Nationals: react to the Nats' top pitching prospect, Cade Cavalli, leaving a start for Triple-A Rochester due to a finger issue and to the Nats announcing that starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez is returning to the Majors for the team https://HelloFresh.com/Galdi16 and use the promo code Galdi16 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Door Bumper Clear - Dirty Mo Media
259 - Atlanta II: Don't Give an F Tour

Door Bumper Clear - Dirty Mo Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 103:54 Very Popular


Door Bumper Clear returns from a hot weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway with special guest co-host and NASCAR Truck Series driver Hailie Deegan. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft first discuss Hailie's top-10 run at Mid-Ohio. Plus, they react to NASCAR penalizing Noah Gragson for his incident with Sage Karam at Road America four days after the event. To start Spot On, Spot Off, the crew discusses Chase Elliott's move to block Corey LaJoie in Turn 2 on the final lap of the Cup race. The guys applaud LaJoie for running up front but question some of his late moves and debate if wrecking his car going for the win was justified. Ross Chastain turned Denny Hamlin in Turn 4 with 14 laps to go. The guys talk about Hamlin's post-race comments expressing his frustration and question when he intends to retaliate. Chastain caused another wreck when he got into the back of Martin Truex Jr. in Turn 2 and collected multiple drivers. After getting caught up in the wreck, Austin Dillon said in an interview what he thinks of Chastain. Hear where the spotters place blame for the aggression and incident. TJ also shares where Aric Almirola's spotter does not want to see Chastain. Michael Waltrip tweeted about adding banking to more tracks to create additional superspeedway type races. The guys talk about how Atlanta compares to other recently reconfigured tracks and what will happen when the track ages. Plus, they predict how the Next Gen car will race at upcoming tracks. Finally, Joe Gibbs Racing swapped two members of Bubba Wallace's pit crew with Christopher Bell's crew. Producer Jason Schultz reads Dave Moody and Denny Hamlin's Twitter exchange about the change and the guys talk about how it can benefit both teams. In Reaction Theatre, fans call in about Parker Kligerman and Zane Smith's battle at Mid-Ohio, NBC cutting to Dawsonville during the broadcast and some strong opinions about Ross Chastain's driving during the race.    Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partners Xfinity and RacingUSA.com for making this show possible. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Door Bumper Clear - Dirty Mo Media
258 - Road America: Where's the Line?

Door Bumper Clear - Dirty Mo Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 92:42 Very Popular


Door Bumper Clear is back from celebrating the Fourth of July weekend at Road America to break down the road course weekend in Wisconsin. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft first discuss how they celebrated America's birthday this past Monday and offer DBC host Casey Boat an opportunity to try her hand at spotting. To begin Spot On, Spot Off, the spotters talk about Tyler Reddick outdueling Chase Elliott to earn his first Cup Series win. They highlight Reddick's growth since his Xfinity Series titles and the possibility of him leaving Richard Childress Racing at the end of 2023. Sunday's Cup race did not have a naturally-occurring caution and was one minute shorter than the Xfinity Series race. The guys talk about the drivers' road course skills and how cautions for stage breaks are hurting the on-track product. Could stage breaks one day be eliminated on road courses? The crew debates. Contact between Noah Gragson and Sage Karam during the Xfinity Series race caused a multi-car pileup. The gang breaks the drivers' comments after the race and if NASCAR should have penalized Gragson for the incident. Ty Gibbs passed Kyle Larson on the final lap to earn his fourth win of the year. The guys give credit to Gibbs for showing maturity racing against the reigning Cup Series champion and not needing to pull a bump-and-run move on him. No driver in the Cup Series has three wins after the first 18 races for the first time in history. Hear the crew's thoughts on how many more different winners they think will surface before the playoffs and if any drivers will be able to point their way in. Finally, the guys weigh in on Formula One driver George Russell's comment about fans not having the right to boo drivers. The guys discuss why Russell needs to have thicker skin and fans might not be booing because they don't like him as a driver. Finally in Reaction Theatre, fans call about the Noah Gragson and Sage Karam incident, Jesse Iwuji's run, and celebrating Reddick's first win.      Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partners Xfinity and RacingUSA.com for making this show possible. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices