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Thom talks with St. Louis announcer Dan McLaughlin about the firing of Mike Shildt, the hiring of Oliver Marmol as the new Cardinals manager, and bringing back Albert Pujols.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist on the night for Dennis Gates at the Griggs LaPoint Mizzou Summit. Also, thoughts on Mike Shildt getting into hot water, Clayton Kershaw electing not to go for a perfect game, and the Cardinals keep on playing Albert Pujols. Follow Ben for more: https://twitter.com/Ben_Fred
Yankees run into the Toronto Blue Jay with Vlad Jr buzzsawNL West – The Rockies will they rule over the Dodgers & PadresTexas Rangers is the big salary going to be worth it?Giants, Mike Shildt apologizes to Padres, Antoan RichardsonAlyssa Nakken 1st woman base coach position in MLBAaron Judge salary negotiations – Keep the energy on the fieldReds, President Castellini apologizes for remarks on WLWBobby Valentine account on threatening to move to Texas Rangers to Tampa mausoleum Craig Calcaterra “Rethinking Fandom” – Teams that moved Dodgers & GiantsDodgers & Cubs owners looking to buy Chelsea team from Russian oligarchRed Sox, Fenway Group investing in NASCAR & NHL Pittsburgh PenguinsCleveland Guardians, Steven Kwan rises with 0 strike outs in 76 plate appearancesGreat performances from Cubs, Seiya Suzuki – Killer OPS, Mets - Pete Alonso, Rays - Ji-Man Choi & Freddie WhoBrett Phillips hi-jinks as Outfielder turn PitcherChloe Grimes “Warrior Princess” – great spiritSports beyond baseball – F1 in Australia, NBA Playoffs, Stanley Cup playoffs, NASCAR Dirt races, NCAA SoftballBaseballBiz is also on iheartradio, Stitcher, Apple, Spotify & Google podcastsYou can reach Mark @TheBaseballBiz & Brandon @SportsBlitzPod on Twitter Special thanks to XTaKeRuX for the music "Rocking Forward"
Andy and Grant recap the Giants vs. Padres series. The history making day for assistant coach Alyssa Nakken. Thoughts on Giants first base coach Antoan Richardson and Padres third base coach Mike Shildt altercation. And how the Giants are a team that isn't going to play by unwritten rules. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ryan Kelley joins us. Tickets to the Cardinals game for winning EMOTM. Plowsy lunchable. Ordering groceries pre-order. Listeners upset with Iggy's story. Iggy on where people were born. MO Sports Hall of Fame. Iggy peppers some shots. Mike Shildt story from yesterday. Bullpens at stadiums. Best stadiums.
Not quite as miserably, but the Padres fell yet again to the San Francisco Giants and their ace pitcher, Logan Webb. Javier breaks down the first true pitcher's duel of the Padres season, gives his take on whether bringing in Matt Beaty to pinch-hit was a good decision, and also re-addresses the unwritten rules dilemma. Plus, he clarifies his comments regarding a Mike Shildt, gives some minor takeaways from the first two series of the Padres season, and looks at the upcoming schedule. Follow Javier on Twitter @Javiipeno Follow Locked On Padres @LO_Padres Subscribe to the new Locked On Padres YouTube Channel! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This is a clip from the second hour of tonight's Sports Open Line. Mike Shildt, former Cardinals skipper turned San Diego Padres coach, was accused by San Francisco Giants coach Antoan Richardson of racist undertones after yelling an expletive during the game. Kevin Wheeler breaks down the situation. Sports Open Line airs every week night from 6-8pm barring any Cardinals or Billikens games. Follow Kevin on Twitter @KevinWheeler94
In the second hour of tonight's Sports Open Line, Kevin Wheeler wraps up talk of the controversial decision to remove Clayton Kershaw after 7 perfect innings, and how it may actually be beneficial to youth baseball (note the distinction between youth and major league!) Also discussed: former Cardinals manager Mike Shildt accused of racism by San Francisco Giants coach Antoan Richardson, and what the “unwritten rules” of baseball are. Sports Open Line airs every week night from 6-8pm barring any Cardinals or Billikens games. Follow Kevin on Twitter @KevinWheeler94
Bernie calls out San Diego Padres third base coach Mike Shildt for again posing as a tough guy in his confrontation with San Francisco Giants first base coach Antone Richardson Tuesday night. Bernie also analyzes Shildt and Richardson's comments about how initial reaction was taken out of proportion.
Did Mauricio Dubón and Steven Duggar violate the unwritten rules? The Padres sure thought so. But the Giants had the explanation to end all explanations for continuing to try to score even when the game was out of hand. They're trying to win a series, not just a game. Gabe Kapler explained that he liked the plays by Dubón and Duggar because their goal is to exhaust the opponent. They want to force them to throw as many pitches as possible and use as many pitchers as possible. Not to mention the fact that tiebreakers are now determined partially by run differential, so teams should never try to stop scoring. Kapler also explained that the Giants will have no issue with other teams doing this to them. Honestly, this was such a refreshing take and it's good for the game. Giants first base coach Antoan Richardson was ejected following an interaction with Padres third base coach Mike Shildt. Richardson said after the game that Shild told Gabe Kapler to "control that f—er." Richardson said it was highly inappropriate and had racist undertones. In his absence, however, Alyssa Nakken took over at first base and became the first on-field female coach in the game's long history. And oh by the way, the Giants put a whoopin' on the Padres. They scored 10 runs in the first two innings. Brandon Belt, Joc Pederson, and Wilmer Flores homered. Alex Cobb, making his Giants debut, put together an exciting performance. He struck out 10 in five innings. One turn through the Giants' rotation, it's easy to see why they could be one of the better staffs in the game. Logan Webb and Carlos Rodón get the next two. Find and follow Locked On Giants on your favorite podcast platforms:
Andrew Baggarly details the incident between Giants' first base coach Antoan Richardson and the Padres' Mike Shildt with Murph and Mac. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andrew Baggarly details the incident between Giants' first base coach Antoan Richardson and the Padres' Mike Shildt with Murph and Mac. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ben & Woods start the 8am hour by resetting their thoughts on last night's 13-2 blowout loss to the Giants, and all of the dramatic storylines that came from it. Then at the bottom of the hour, we find out how Jesse Agler incorporated the word "barcarole" into last night's broadcast before continuing our conversation around Padres coach Mike Shildt and Giants coach Antoan Richardson who accused Shildt of screaming an expletive that "reeked of racism". How should Shildt respond? The guys discuss it here
Ben & Woods kick off the 7am hour talking about some pretty serious allegations made by Giants coach Antoan Richardson who said after last night's game that Padres base coach Mike Shildt yelled an expletive at him that "reeked undertones of racism." Then we get to Don't Do This which extends to our 3rd segment as we discuss comments made by Cincinnati Reds president Phil Castellini that had Reds fans furious!
Ween Wednesday. Does anyone call Plowsy, Darin? D-Man. Uncle Leo's. Mungenast DFS Showdown. Did Iggy say the Korn Ferry Tour hasn't started yet? We try and find the audio. Favorite HBO show theme. Mike Shildt accused of comments of ‘racial undertones' during last nights. Picking the final 5 of the FPCC. Now picking the alternatives. Iggy laying down the law.
Hour 4: Jessie Jane Duff is appalled by the thought of working for MSNBC; First of 5 giveaways for the upcoming "Dead and Company" concert; Tom Ackerman chatted with Roy Williams this weekend, and chats with Marc about the recent quotes from former Cardinal manager Mike Shildt.
KMOX Sports Director says former Kansa and North Carolina head coach Roy Williams joined him for an interview over the weekend. Ackerman says Kansas is the favorite in the NCAA Title game, but he thinks UNC could win. Plus, what about the USA Today piece about former Cardinals manager Mike Shildt. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports
This is a clip from the first hour of Sports Open Line. Kevin Wheeler shares his feelings about Mike Shildt's firing and his recent emotional story put out by Bob Nightengale of USA Today. Sports Open Line airs every week night from 6-8pm barring any Cardinals or Billikens games. Follow Kevin on Twitter @KevinWheeler94
We are less than a week away to Opening Day! In the first hour of tonight's Sports Open Line, Kevin Wheeler starts it off with a preview of Opening Day in St. Louis, where the Cardinals will play a shaky Pirates team. Kevin also talks about Bob Nightengale's story of former Cardinals manager Mike Shildt opening up after his dismissal from the team. Sports Open Line airs every week night from 6-8pm barring any Cardinals or Billikens games. Follow Kevin on Twitter @KevinWheeler94
Bernie closes out the week chatting with Hall of Fame baseball writer Rick Hummel. Bernie talks to Rick about his observations from Cardinals spring training in Jupiter over the past week. Rick also agrees with Bernie in his assessment of how Mike Shildt handled breaking his silence to the media by going to a national reporter while spurning the Cardinals beat writers.
Bernie rants about others in the media and on social media who are immediately vindicating Mike Shildt after he talked to Bob Nightengale for Thursday's USA Today piece. Bernie points out that Walt Jocketty was much more forthcoming in his own faults after he was fired, and the Cardinals have taken the high road by using a vague portrayal of philosophical differences to describe his dismissal.
Jackson was playing hurt yesterday. Dotem registration opens up today. Get your fingers ready at 8am. Plowsy's snacks. Bumping music. Pant styles. Inverted nipples. Nipple piercings. Does nipple jewelry rust? StrodeCast. Mike Shildt article. Mike Shildt still heartbroken. Tony La Russa chimes in. Some of the Redbirds comments ‘Frosted' the Skipper's ass. The boys throw some takes around about it. It's time to register, baby. Tickets sell out in 3 minutes.
A deep dive into the return of Albert Pujols with Ben Frederickson of stltoday.com. Also, we look at the successful spring training for Paul Dejong and Paul Goldschmidt. Was passing on Trevor Story the right move? If everyone produces, the lineup is scary. We talk, too, about the emotional story about Mike Shildt from Bob Nightengale yesterday. Ben's thoughts on the bad breakup and lingering soreness from fans. And a real Opening Day in St. Louis. Listen here:
Hour 1: Marc still dealing with allergies and a rough voice; lots of propositions on the upcoming ballot; Griff Jenkins is in Ukraine; Mike Shildt shares his story with USA Today about Cardinals firing.
Bernie wraps up his thoughts on Mike Shildt's comments and chats with 590 The Fan and Bally Sports Midwest Blues Insider Andy Strickland. Andy talks about the impact of St. Louis native Clayton Keller's broken leg which will keep him out for 4-6 months. Bernie and Andy also look at if the Blues are a lock to make the playoffs with their streaky play.
Bernie reacts to Mike Shildt's comments he made to Bob Nightengale in a story that was released Thursday. Bernie says while he empathizes with Shildt, at the end of the day he proved that the manager only can push back so far before losing his job. Bernie compares Shildt's firing to the dismissal of Walt Jocketty in 2007. Bernie also offers up the tale of Howard Hilton in 1990 as reason not to put too much stock into spring training stats.
Bernie offers up his thoughts on the USMNT qualifying for the World Cup despite losing 2-0 at Costa Rica on Wednesday night. Bernie also looks at the Blues win over Vancouver Wednesday night and asks if they're finally returning to Craig Berube's desired style of play controlling and cycling the puck. Bernie also weighs in on Mike Shildt's comments to Bob Nightengale, his first public comments about the Cardinals firing him after last season.
Post-Dispatch Cardinals beat writer Derrick Goold joins Bernie to talk all things Cardinals including the impact signing Albert Pujols will have on the rest of the roster, who has the inside track to fill out the pitching staff, and what players may benefit from Oliver Marmol replacing Mike Shildt.
Bernie starts the segment examining the impact losing Torey Krug will have on the Blues. Bernie's co-host of the seeing red podcast, Will Leitch, joins the show to talk about the Cardinals and specifically what Oliver Marmol will bring as a manager and how he can be an improvement over Mike Matheny and Mike Shildt. Bernie also expresses alarm at how the Cleveland Browns showed a total disregard for the sexual misconduct complaints against Deshaun Watson when they traded for him.
With Allen getting a much-needed day off from baseball activities, Ben Cerutti (Birds on the Black, @stlfanbc7) joins Daniel (C70 At The Bat, @C70) to talk about the initial week of spring training and the initial exhibition game. When can we start wondering about how different Oli Marmol is from Mike Shildt? What bat is still out there that intrigues Mr. Cerutti? Where should Jordan Hicks start the season, how damaging are the injuries to Alex Reyes and Jack Flaherty, and do the Cardinals realize that their pitching depth could use some shoring up? Get back into the swing of things with another Musial!
Ben Fadden sits down with Kevin Charity of MadFriars for some minor league baseball talk. They discussed the following topics: "Colossal" negative of the lockout MacKenzie Gore latest CJ Abrams position update Robert Hassell III timeline and scouting report The minor concern about Mike Shildt's role in SD Overview of Jarlin Susana and the remainder of Padres' 2022 international signing class Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Back at it! On today's edition of the Locked On Padres podcast, Javier discusses the Padres recent hiring of Mike Shildt for a player development role. But that's not all. Yep, that's right: the Hall of Fame discourse! Javier gives his thoughts on David Ortiz being elected to the MLB Hall of Fame, as well as the noticeable absences of Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens. Then, he goes on a bit of a rant to discuss the validity of Curt Schilling's candidacy and what annoys him the most about that particular debate. Follow Javier on Twitter @Javiipeno Follow Locked On Padres @LO_Padres Subscribe to the new Locked On Padres YouTube Channel! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ben and Woods start off Thursday's show talking about the first round of the Farmers Insurance Open up at Torrey Pines! Then after a Daily Ditty from Woodsy, the guys talk about the surprising hire by the Padres of former Cardinals manager Mike Shildt. And at the bottom of the hour, Ben & Woods discuss last night's Aztecs loss to Utah State before reacting to some audio of Stephen A Smith and Chris "Mad Dog" Russo screaming at each other about Barry Bonds... Listen here!
Brandon & Mark take a BaseballBiz look back at 2021 Tommy & Jimmy return with their stories on Field of Dreams & Sticky StuffCelebrating the New Year with our fans – top 10% of all podcast per Listen NotesPeople of Note Shohei OhtaniKim NgRob ManfredJoe WestBad Umpires – Conforto HBP – Braves botched callGlorious Guests – Sara Sanchez, Phil Terrano, Mike Murawski, Nat Gordon, Jeff Brown, Bobby Bass, Judge Louis Schiff, Mat Germain, Coach Cobb, Bruce Voge, John Vampatella, Brent Cardy- The Cardy ShowBlue Jays journey back to Toronto – Dunedin – Buffalo – Toronto Sticky Stuff – (calendar Bubba Harkins to enforcement to injury – Max Scherzer & Sergio Romo strip tease – instructions)Field of Dreams – what was the importance & value of this eventTurkeys of the Year with Goofy Gobbler Rob Manfed LockoutKen Rosenthal fired by MLB – role of MLB Network employees - spokespeople or shills for MLB – Ken is still a reporter for Athletic and ESPNWrap – looked back – what we see looking forward – CBA – New Year, New Me – Resolutions – New ShowsBaseballBiz is also on iheartradio, Stitcher, Spotify, Apple & Google podcasts You can reach Mark @TheBaseballBiz on Twitter & Brandon @SportsBlitzPod Special thanks to XTaKeRuX for the music "Rocking Forward"
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist on the status of Mizzou basketball head coach Cuonzo Martin following a bad loss to Kansas, and former Cardinals manager Mike Shildt finding his next job in the MLB Commissioner's Office. Follow Ben for more: https://twitter.com/Ben_Fred
Joe Rizzo brings you baseball ... for the 100th time! It's the historic 100th episode of the top podcast about baseball and about life, as Riz & "The Dawg" Jeff Healy bring the show to you. Rundown: ~Veteran of the Day ~History of the show: How we got to #100 ~Mets manager search down to Buck Showalter, Joe Espada, Matt Quatraro ~Clint Hurdle named Rockies Assistant GM - what he brings back to Colorado ~Standing alongside Jeff Frye & #SheGone Nation on baseball fundamentals ~Mike Shildt joins Commissioner's Office in On-Field Operations ~Roland Hemond dead at 92 (three-time Executive of the Year) ~Reliving one of the greatest moments in Fordham Baseball history ~Diehard Dads This one streamed live on the Facebook group. As with all the shows, it's also available on YouTube, iTunes and Spotify (links are below). There are a lot of podcasts out there, and many of them are great. What is special about us? THIS. This is what we bring to the table. It's a podcast about baseball and about life. So follow, subscribe, get the alerts, and join us on the journey! Please check out FMS Graphics (https://www.fmsgraphics.com) for all your print and promotional needs. Big Ed's Car Wash http://www.bigedscarwash.com/ is the place to go if you're in Bergen County, NJ. Get over to Fair Lawn and get your car cleaned and your oil changed. Tell Big Ed that Diamond Diehards sent you! We need you to subscribe to the podcast! Please hit the SUBSCRIBE or FOLLOW button from wherever you get your podcasts. Watch, Listen Subscribe: iTunes: https://apple.co/2JzUd5e Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KPgZq9 Youtube: https://bit.ly/3pBAvFE Interact: Website: https://DiamondDiehards.com TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@diamonddiehards? LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/diamond-diehards Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/DiamondDiehards Twitter: https://twitter.com/DiamondDiehards
Hour 2: Sue Thomas has Sue's News. Soccer analyst Bill McDermott discusses the impact Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital had on his life. KSDK's Frank Cusumano talks Blues, Mike Shildt, Mizzou basketball, and Mizzou football. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.