Jack and Aram discuss the Alejandro Kirk/Kevin Kiermaier debacle, the NL Rookie of the Year race, and talk about how truly great Jose Fernandez was for baseball and the city of Miami. Watch full episodes on Youtube (Like + Subscribe): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFqpzwtbGykGiJw2WGhQTxw Check out our website: https://www.justbaseball.com/ Follow Just Baseball on TikTok and Instagram: @justbaseballfans Personal Twitters: @aramleighton8, @jack_mcmullen11 Check out the Just Baseball Collection of T-Shirts on BreakingT: https://breakingt.com/collections/just-baseball Please leave a five-star review and a written note if you enjoy the Just Baseball Show on Apple Podcasts!
Reflecting on the following BOLD Marlins predictions made by Ely Sussman and Aram Leighton prior to the 2021 regular season: Trevor Rogers finishes top three in NL Rookie of the Year voting (Aram) Anthony Bender leads Marlins in saves (Ely) Corey Dickerson earns NL All-Star selection (Aram) Marlins defense ranks No. 1 in Major League Baseball (Ely) Pablo López ranks top five in NL earned run average (Aram) Pablo López receives NL Cy Young award votes (Ely) Marlins pitching staff ranks top three in NL team earned run average (Aram) Jazz Chisholm Jr. hits 20+ home runs (Ely) Griffin Conine wins Marlins Minor League Player of the Year (Aram) Kameron Misner wins Marlins Minor League Player of the Year (Ely) Follow Aram (@AramLeighton8), Just Baseball (@JustBBMedia), Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) and Ely (@RealEly) on Twitter. For every new Fish Stripes podcast rating/review submitted on Apple through Oct. 3, we will donate $1 to The Players Alliance. Full coverage here at FishStripes.com. ***** Shop ExoGun for the most powerful handheld massagers! Save 10% OFF sitewide when using discount code FISHSTRIPES. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sonny Gray was masterful, Jonathan India was getting knocks, and the Cincinnati Reds wrapped up the season series with the Milwaukee Brewers by winning 5-1. Jeff recaps the performance by Gray and India and wonders if Justin Wilson could become the go-to lefty reliever out of the pen. He also talks about India's NL Rookie of the Year candidacy as well as Joey Votto's and Nick Castellanos' MVP chances. He then finishes with a preview of Wade Miley vs Zach Thompson in Miami as the Redlegs begin a three-game weekend set against the Marlins. *FOLLOW* the podcast on your favorite app and on Twitter and Instagram @lockedonreds Also follow @jefffcarr on Twitter and @carrjefff on Instagram Call or text (513) 549-0159 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 AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. 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. Molecule Mattress Visit OnMolecule.com and save twenty percent with promo code LOCKEDON. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Cincinnati Reds beat writer Bob Nightengale joins Talkin' Baseball with Marty with the latest Reds news: Will Jonathan India win the NL rookie of the year? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cincinnati Reds beat writer Bob Nightengale joins Talkin' Baseball with Marty with the latest Reds news: Will Jonathan India win the NL rookie of the year? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Cincinnati Reds are coming off a dismal performance against the Chicago Cubs and now turn their sights to the Miami Marlins. Jeff is joined by the host of Locked On Marlins, Aram Leighton, to inform you on what to expect in these four games. They also talk about the NL Rookie of the Year race between Trevor Rogers and Jonathan India, give their series predictions, and opine about MLB's proposal to the player's union. *FOLLOW* the podcast on your favorite app and on Twitter and Instagram @lockedonreds Also follow @jefffcarr on Twitter and @carrjefff on Instagram Call or text (513) 549-0159 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 AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. 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. StatHero StatHero, the FIRST Ever Daily Fantasy Sportsbook that gives the PLAYER the ADVANTAGE. Go to StatHero.com/LockedOn for 300% back on your first play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Go to https://www.getroman.com/ROSE now to get $15 off your first month Check Out the Hall of Fame Connection YouTube Series today at https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMqDrRYrO41PnKOOyk3fwXsMYbD_F0vIE Cincinnati Reds second basemen Jonathan India talks with Chris Rose about being named NL Rookie of the Month, what it's like being a young guy in a veteran clubhouse, how listening to Pete Alonso in college helped him be the player he is today, getting drafted 5th overall, and more!
Joey Votto is still banging and setting records and has a shot to tie the MLB record for most consecutive games with a home run. Jeff thinks he'll do it and talks about the Reds win from Friday. He also talks about why Jonathan India should be the frontrunner for NL Rookie of the Year and why the disrespect from the national baseball media must end. He then previews the Reds Saturday night matchup against Rich Hill. *FOLLOW* the podcast on your favorite app and on Twitter and Instagram @lockedonreds Also follow @jefffcarr on Twitter and @carrjefff on Instagram Call or text (513) 549-0159 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 AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. 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
The New York Mets evened their five-game series against the Atlanta Braves last night behind another well-pitched game from Tylor Megill and the bullpen. After an outstanding month of July, where Megill will likely be named the NL Rookie of the Month, has the young starter cemented a place in this Mets rotation? Kumar Rocker, the Mets first-round draft pick this year, remains unsigned a few days ahead of the deadline to get a deal done. What's the hold up with Rocker and should fans be concerned that a deal won't get done? Finally, we take a look at the different star bats that could be had at the deadline. Who should the Mets land, Trevor Story, Kris Bryant or Javier Baez? 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 AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. 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
We've hit the MLB All-Star Break, and the second half of the season is upon us! The Super Halo Bros. discuss the series against the Boston Red Sox and the Seattle Mariners, David Fletcher's 24-game hit streak, Jared Walsh and Shohei Ohtani at the MLB All-Star Game, and check their confidence level in how far this Angels team could go for the remainder of the season. The guys look at the teams who they'll need to pass in order to secure a playoff spot and whether or not they can make that happen. Jon and Mike recap the Home Run Derby and Shohei's massive home runs at Coors Field, his start on the mound, Jared Walsh's game-saving catch, and the media attention around Ohtani. Plus, they discuss the controversial comments Stephen A. Smith made on ESPN's "First Take" and why they disagree with what he said. Then, the Bros talk Perry Minasian's epic MLB Draft performance, in which he selected 20 pitchers, the situation around Daron Sutton's untimely release, and the Bros. give out their Mid-Season Awards to players they currently see as AL and NL Rookie of the Year, Cy Young, and MVP! Don't forget to follow Super Halo Bros. on Twitter and Instagram @superhalobros! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jon-frisch/support
On Episode 132 of Above Replacement Radio, Chris & Daniel talked about Ronald Acuna Jr.'s season-ending injury and how it affects the Braves this year and their approach in this upcoming offseason. After that, they gave their midseason awards for AL & NL Rookie of the Year, Manager of the Year, Cy Young, and MVP, and whether or not each recipient will end up winning the award at season's end. Then, they went into their How About That's and Slightly Alarming Statistics, then talked about what to expect with the Home Run Derby and All-Star Game, including predictions of Home Run Derby champion and All-Star Game MVP.
The Pirates have won 3 of their 5 and the St Louis Cardinals welcome them to town. Ethan has your preview. Two of the better young players in the NL Central will square off when Dylan Carlson and Ke'Bryan Hayes match up for the first time in this series. Can either contend with Trevor Rodgers for NL Rookie of the Year? Finally, Neil Walker will be honored at PNC Park and throw out the first pitch on July 3. Let's revisit some of his best moments as a Pittsburgh Pirate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Lon and Trevor discuss the Cardinals sweeping the Marlins and Dylan Carlson's case for NL Rookie of the Year. Later, hear from Tyler Glasnow and Trevor Bauer on the MLB banning substances.
Peter & Jack have a lot to unpack, starting with the Chicago Cubs. Are they for real? A move for a Starting Pitcher could help. After, Top 3 trade targets on offense and on the mound. They touched on the Acuna interview and Bob Brenly's words against Marcus Stroman. Ending in an agreement on the NL Rookie of the Year and picks 4-6 of the MLB Mock Draft. Follow us on Twitter: @peterappel23, @jack_mcmullen11 Follow us on Instagram and Tik Tok: @justbaseballfans
We are barely 10% of the way through this MLB regular season, but Marlins infielder Jazz Chisholm Jr. and left-hander Trevor Rogers have emerged as early NL Rookie of the Year award frontrunners. Ely Sussman describes what’s been working for them thus far, identifies the obstacles that could threaten their candidacies and mentions the other main challengers from across the National League. The episode wraps up with a plea for the Fish to sign free agent Aníbal Sánchez to stabilize their starting rotation. Follow Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) and Ely (@RealEly) on Twitter. Full coverage at FishStripes.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Eric Walling hosted this game in which Eric & Scott teamed up against Josh & Mike Khoury. Walling derives his tailgate questions from a children's book, Eric recounts his Circuit City basketball days and the halftime features sports movie and box office grosses. https://www.patreon.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.facebook.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.twitter.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.instagram.com/benchwarmerstp/ https://www.teepublic.com/stores/benchwarmers-trivia-podcast
It's the final Division Day of 2021 and it's time to talk about the Pittsburgh Pirates! Ethan Smith (no relation to Lucas) joins the show to talk about all things Pittsburgh. While the Pirates will not be fighting for a division crown, players like Mitch Keller and Kyle Newman could perform well this year. Who are the names the Pirates will be looking for in the draft? The show ends with a debate on who wins the NL Rookie of the Year: Dylan Carlson or Ke'Bryan Hayes. 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 AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKED15 for your 50% welcome bonus. 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
Super Joseph Resis hops on the podcast to elucidate and defend his thorough 2021 season predictions piece, as well as address our dozen-plus staff predictions on the season. Here's what's in store, as the season creeps one day closer: How bad does Brett get roasted for being the only staff member not to predict playoffs for the White Sox? At the same time, 97 wins? 96? Someone is drinking the Kool-Aid, and it is mighty refreshing In the battle of the Centrals, which division will suck worse? What are the sneaky reasons why guys like Billy Hamilton or Reynaldo López — neither likely to be on the roster for very long in 2021 — will be Chicago's weakest performers? How can anyone pick a White Sox player outside of Garrett Crochet as best rookie? Joe is super-bullish on Luis Robert. Bask in his reasoning Will Minnesota finally end their postseason losing streak? The pair disagrees Easier call: Mike Trout as AL MVP or Ke'Bryan Hayes as NL Rookie of the Year? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Het seizoen begint over 10 dagen alweer en dat betekent dat het tijd is voor onze jaarlijkse previewshows! Vandaag praten Justin, Sander, Mike en Jasper over de National League, maar ze zaten zo lekker te kletsen dat er besloten is deze preview in twee afleveringen op te knippen. In deel 1 bespreken de heren wat los nieuws (waaronder de regelwijzigingen in de Minor League en wat die kunnen betekenen voor de toekomst van de sport) en daarna nemen ze de NL West en NL Central door. De redactie heeft gestemd. Welke teams hebben wij in de playoffs staan? Later deze week volgt deel 2, met daarin de NL East en onze picks voor NL Rookie of the Year, NL MVP, NL Manager of the Year en NL Cy Young. Muziek Intro: Yoan Moncada, Lenier & El Chacal - Desastre Personal // Mr Runnerholic - Take Me Out To The Ballgame Outro: Yoan Moncada, Lenier & Chacal - Desastre Personal
In Episode 8 of the Big Beefy Baseball Boys Podcast, we continue our Division Previews series with the NL West. We go over notable additions and subtractions for each team and predict the division order. It's prediction season so we continue by making our predictions for AL and NL Rookie of the Year. We finish off by hitting you with a couple Bold Predictions to follow today's theme. Thanks for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bbbbpod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bbbbpod/support
Baseball is loaded with talent and the NL is shaping up to be a tight race for the Rookie of the Year award. Who is most likely to win and who is the best bet for the odds? Also some potential dark horse options. Breaking down the odds on names like Ke'Bryan Hayes, Sixto Sanchez, Dylan Carlson, Ian Anderson and others. Built Bar- Today's episode is brought to you by Built Bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON20,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. Sponsor Show Notes 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 “LOCKEDON20,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. 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
The MLB Pipeline Top 100 list came out on Thursday with four Pittsburgh Pirates featuring in the list. Host Ethan Smith dives into where each player sits, how they could make an impact in 2021 and beyond and even gives his takes on other players in other organizations as well. -Ke'Bryan Hayes becoming early favorite to win NL Rookie of the Year -Can Nick Gonzales continue to develop into strong hitting and defensive middle infielder? -Is Oneil Cruz staying in the infield or making the jump to the outfield? -When will Quinn Priester make the big league call up? -AND MORE! Locked On Pirates is a part of the Locked On Sports Network. Your Team. Everyday! Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We're with Chris Clegg of Fantrax to discuss which prospects fantasy managers shouldn't miss out on! Is the talented Ke'Bryan Hayes (7:50) ready to bat atop Pittsburgh's order and snag NL Rookie of the Year honors and will Alejandro Kirk (22:30) hit his way into Toronto's lineup? We later get into some of our favorite dynasty prospect buys (49:31). Corbin Carroll (57:31) already has a solid hit tool, but how else can he bolster his ceiling? The show ends with Chris giving the scoop on which MLB Draft prospects excite him the most (1:03:02). Rookies That Will Make an Early Impact - 0:07:50 Ke'Bryan Hayes - 0:07:50 Dane Dunning - 0:13:40 Ryan Mountcastle - 0:18:37 Alejandro Kirk - 0:22:30 Dylan Carlson - 0:28:47 Late-Season Prospects to Watch - 0:33:05 Jarred Kelenic - 0:33:22 Andrew Vaughn - 0:37:15 Brandon Marsh - 0:40:50 Trevor Larnach - 0:43:42 Jeter Downs - 0:46:30 Dynasty Buys - 0:49:32 Jarren Duran - 0:49:43 George Kirby - 0:52:39 Triston Casas - 0:55:10 Corbin Carroll - 0:57:32 Aaron Bracho - 1:00:31 Most Exciting MLB Draft Prospects - 1:03:03 Jack Leiter - 1:03:20 Jordan Lawler - 1:04:58 Jud Fabian - 1:06:17 Brady House - 1:07:35
Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll are joined by Wisconsin State Journal sportswriter Andrew Wagner this week to discuss his vote for the NL Rookie of the Year and why he didn't choose Devin Williams. Also this trio discusses Josh Hader trade rumors, where the Brewers could look for upgrades, which players could be added to the 40 man to be protected from the Rule 5 Draft, and we start our position-by-position look in free agency talking about potential catchers that could be added and where the Brewers catching situation goes from here. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On this week's Podcast, we discuss Devin Williams winning the NL Rookie of the year award and also get into the expectations that fans should have for this year's off-season.Brew Crew Ball Managing Editor Kyle Lesniewski is the featured guest.
NFL Week 9 is complete. We provided our thoughts on the Atlanta Falcons squeaking out their 3rd victory against the Denver Broncos, and the Green Bay Packers beating up on the 49ers. The NBA offseason was next on the agenda. NBA Draft, NBA Free Agency, and NBA Season starting December 22. NBA rumors are rampant and we called out a few related to the Milwaukee Bucks and LA Lakers. We gave a shout out to Milwaukee Brewers’ Devin Williams for winning NL Rookie of the Year. To conclude, we discussed the Master’s golf tournament at Augusta National and Lee Elder being named honorary starter in 2021. Lee Elder was the first African-American to play at the Master’s in 1975. Paine College (HBCU)will receive two golf scholarships from Augusta National starting next year, and will support starting a women’s golf team CONNECT WITH US: Instagram: @backporchtalkpodcast Website: https://backporchtalkpodcast.com Twitter: @back_podcast
SNY’s Steve Gelbs joins Buster to discuss new Mets owners Steve Cohen declaring war on the NL East, the excitement level of Mets fans and who the team could land in free agency with its new resources (6:40). Then, Jeff Passan stops by to talk about Devin Williams winning NL Rookie of the Year, the non-tender date being a ticking time bomb, which teams are going to spend money this winter and the Phillies confusing front office situation (14:29). Plus, Hembo on why he thinks the writers got the MVPs wrong (39:10).
Philly Sports In Your Face! #Eagles • Eagles start the 2nd half #Sixers • Rumors, Rumors, and New Ugly Jerseys? #Phillies • Bohm 2nd for NL Rookie of the Year & Realmuto Says No #Flyers Get Dissed This & So Much More on 4-for-4 *** www.EoPSports.com
Adam Van Handel talks about Milwaukee Brewers relief pitcher, Devin Williams, as he won the Rookie of the Year award for the National League in 2020. Thank you all for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/adam-van-handel/message
On this week’s episode of the MLB Pipeline Podcast, Jim Callis, Jonathan Mayo and Jason Ratliff break down the AL and NL rookies of the year, discuss who are the frontrunners for the 2021 ROY races and chat with scouts who drafted this year’s winners. Jim is joined by John Wiedenbauer, who scouted and helped sign the AL Rookie of the year Kyle Lewis, and Jonathan catches up with Harvey Kuenn Jr., who scouted the NL Rookie of the year Devin Williams. Then, in a tribute to the late Alex Trebek, the trio play Rookie of the year themed Pipeline Jeopardy
Corey Seidman and Jim Salisbury discuss:(0:35) — Bohm ties for second in 2020 NL Rookie of the Year race.(8:33) — Phillies will go window-shopping on free agent Springer, but that might be it.(12:08) — Shane Greene and James Paxton among pitchers the Phillies should look into.(18:00) — James McCann knows there are a handful of teams looking for catchers.(21:49) — Answers to Jim's trivia questions.
Brewers reliever Devin Williams became the third Brewers player to win the Jackie Robinson NL Rookie of the Year Award, becoming the first pitcher to win without recording a win or save. Brewers beat reporter Tom Haudricourt joins host JR Radcliffe to discuss the fascinating circumstances of the vote, including Tom's own decision to rank someone else atop his ballot. Is Williams' huge season sustainable? Could this have happened in a normal-length season? Also, how it compares with Pat Listach's win in 1992.
Jace Frederick of TwinCities.com joins Zeke to talk about the upcoming NBA league year, Wolves free agency and draft targets, and whether or not the NBA goes back into the Bubble on December 22nd. Plus, Cam Newton lets Zeke's fantasy team down again, the AL and NL Rookie of the Years are announced, and White Sox manager Tony LaRussa is in trouble already.
B.J. and Brian get the first hour of the show started this morning with the big news yesterday that Brewers Rookie Pitcher Devin Williams was named NL Rookie of the Year! What does this mean now for Josh Hader? Balky (The Show with Leo & Balky) joined us to chat some fantasy football and get you ready for Week 10! We end the first hour with with an awesome video of chugging seltzers!
On Episode 431 of Hittin' Season, John Stolnis, Justin Klugh and Liz Roscher discuss Alec Bohm finishing runner-up in the NL Rookie of the Year voting and how his season compared with other recent Phils' rookie seasons. Also, the Phillies' front office decisions continue to mystify the national media, and who has the most desirable GM job among the Phils, Mets, Angels and Marlins? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ben & Paul wrap up Tuesday's show by talking with their co-host, Steven Woods! Listen here as Woodsy calls in to talk about the birth of his new son Taylor, how things are going back home on paternity leave, and why he is very upset that Jake Cronenworth did not win NL Rookie of the Year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ben & Paul wrap up the 6am hour talking about the BBWAA's decision to award Devin Williams the NL Rookie of the Year award on Monday over Padres infielder Jake Cronenworth. Was Cronenworth snubbed? Listen here! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Eno, Britt and DVR discuss pitchers' widespread use of foreign substances for grip, spin and movement, Trevor Bauer's bid for the NL Cy Young Award, and their thoughts on the Rookie of the Year winners and nominees. Rundown 0:54 MLB’s Sticky Problem 5:51 Other Ways to Reduce Strikeouts 14:45 Trevor Bauer’s Experiments & 2020 Cy Young Bid 19:45 Why Not Just Legalize the Substances? 21:10 AL Rookie of the Year 25:26 NL Rookie of the Year 30:00 What Does the Future Hold For Jake Cronenworth? 36:33 Ke’Bryan Hayes Could Have Been a Contender 45:18 Anything Else You're Looking For During Awards Week? Follow Eno on Twitter: @enosarris Follow Britt on Twitter: @Britt_Ghiroli Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper e-mail: email@example.com Subscribe to The Athletic for just $1/week: theathletic.com/ratesandbarrels Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On Episode 67 of the Show to Be Named Later, Chris & Daniel talk about the sale of the Mets to Steve Cohen and how it could unlock a lot for the Mets and shake things up even more in the National League. After that, they went into the Alex Cora hiring by the Red Sox and why they thought it was a good thing. Next, they discussed the Robbie Ray signing and why it's likely good for both the Blue Jays and Robbie Ray. Then finally, they break down all the awards that will be announced. They went into who should be winning the AL & NL Rookie of the Year, Manager of the Year, Cy Young, and MVP awards and why.
On this episode of EoP Sports #Eagles • Eagles in 1st Place but fan base not happy with Wentz #Sixers • Morey bringing Harden to Philly? #Phillies • Bohm in Running for NL Rookie of the Year This & So Much More on 4-for-4 *** www.EoPSports.com
On the November 4th edition of Locked on Pirates, host Ethan Smith highlights why rookie standout 3B Ke'Bryan Hayes should have been in the running for NL Rookie of the Year along with Alec Bohm, Jake Cronenworth and Devin Williams. Also, Ethan highlights a historic mark that was the selling of a Honus Wagner trading card for a huge amount of money and more today on Locked on Pirates. Locked on Pirates is a part of the Locked on Sports Network. Today's episode is brought to you by Built Bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Episode 429 of Hittin' Season, John Stolnis, Justin Klugh and Liz Roscher discussed Andy MacPhail's ridiculous news conference from from Friday and the team's staggering lack of enthusiasm and direction to chart a new path forward. Also, predictions on where J.T. Realmuto & Didi Gregorius will land and which free agents might be coming to the Phillies, and an analysis of Alec Bohm's chances to win the NL Rookie of the Year award. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dan breaks down Alec Bohm's Rookie of the Year case against competing finalists Jake Cronenworth (INF, Padres) and Devin Williams (RP, Brewers), as well as a weekend round up as Major League Baseball's Qualifying Offer deadline passes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll are joined by special guest Steve "Sparky" Fifer from 105.7FM The Fan in Milwaukee to discuss the latest Brewers news, including their dwindling playoff hopes, the emergence of Dan Vogelbach, the crippling slumps of Keston Hiura, Luis Urias, and Christian Yelich, as well as the case for Devin Williams to win NL Rookie of the Year. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Jake is going solo for episode 14. He goes over the power rankings, some news, and the Roberto Clemente award nominees! He discusses how Josh Donaldson got ejected after a home run, a 2020 draft pick is ALREADY in the majors, and how Alec Bohm might win the NL Rookie of the Year. During this all, he struggles to pronounce Philanthropy, which he is still working on saying. :) To go to our website, go to https://aroundthediamond.wixsite.com/atdwithjakeandthomas. You can contact us via the contact tab on the website. We encourage you to participate in the voicemails, or send in a question/idea. Go to anchor.fm/aroundthediamond to send in a voicemail! If you have a question, please DM us on Instagram, @atdwithjakeandthomas, or go to our website! Please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts, and follow us on Spotify! Don’t forget to tell your friends! Have a great day, and we hope you enjoy! (We have an Instagram post up with a link to the website) For the previous episode, in which we do a new type of fantasy draft, go here: https://anchor.fm/aroundthediamond/episodes/13--Fantasy-draft-All-time--BIG-ANNOUNCEMENT--Alec-Mills-throws-a-no-no--Javy-scores-from-2nd-on-a-sac-fly--someone-bought-the-Mets-ejl11v --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aroundthediamond/message
Borek is joined by returning ANYP/CTP host Shane as well as DoE's leading man, Rob in this episode. The three talk about who is to blame for the Phillies 2020 season, some of the positives as well as the case for Bohm as the NL Rookie of the Year.
A check in on the NL Rookie of the Year race as we enter the final stretch of the season. Jake Cronenworth long looked like he was running away with it, but Alec Bohm, Sixto Sanchez and some other dark horses are making things interesting. Is there any way someone can overtake Cronenworth? Also, what will Bohm and Sixto have to do to leap frog the surprise star from Slam Diego? Also some surprise darkhorses in the race. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Blue Jays and Marlins currently occupy a playoff spot. The Orioles are half a game behind the Yankees. We knew this season would be crazy, but we're now seeing what that all looks like. Nelson Cruz refuses to decline at age 40. Sixto Sanchez should be in the conversation for NL Rookie of the Year. All this (and more) on today's episode.
The Cubs remain in first place in the division and are almost a lock to make the playoffs, but will players like Yu Darvish be recognized for their individual efforts this season? Host David Kaplan and Cubs insider Gordon Wittenmyer are joined by award voters Jesse Rogers of ESPN 1000, David O'Brien of the Athletic, and Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register as they have a roundtable discussion about who wins the Cy Young, MVP, and other awards in the NL. (1:25) - Will Yu Darvish win the NL Cy Young award? (6:00) - Can a pitcher win MVP in a shortened season? (12:00) - Will Ian Happ get votes for MVP this year? (21:35) - Who wins the Cy Young for the NL? (29:45) - NL Rookie of the Year
The Padres had Fernando Tatis Jr win NL Player of the Month and Jake Cronenworth winning NL Rookie of the Month. Gwynn & Chris started the show celebrating the Padres players we have on the team. They also talked about the Yankees/Rays scuffle as well as playing a name game between the Padres and the two number 1 seeds in baseball. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
On Episode 54 of the Show to Be Named Later, Chris & Daniel address the protests and boycotts that occurred on Wednesday night in Major League Baseball, and actually trade some differing opinions. After that, they discuss the Major League debut of Ian Anderson, who broke Gerrit Cole's winning streak in a 6-inning, 1-hit performance. Next, they broke down Lucas Giolito's unbelievable no-hitter from Tuesday night and where it stands historically. Then, they talked about Aaron Judge re-aggravating his calf and what it means for his legacy and the Yankees. After that, they gave their midseason awards for AL & NL Rookie of the Year, Manager of the Year, Cy Young, and MVP. Next, they distributed their How About That's and Slightly Alarming Statistics and their weekend preview. They also discussed the possibility of a playoff bubble.
What a heartbreaking incident for Braves and baseball fans alike. 2019 NL Rookie of the Year runner-up and Braves ace, Mike Soroka's, already short season was bookmarked by a season-ending Achilles injury against the Mets on Monday. DOB and EOF detail the gut-wrenching scene from the intraleague contest (:30) and discuss the potential future implications for the newly 23-year-old and the Braves. The duo then react to GM Alex Anthopoulos' comments on Soroka's injury (13:00), and the odds of a trade occurring (14:15). Could the 29-year-old former starter, Tyler Matzek, be the unassuming fill-in, and make his first foray back into a starting rotation since 2015 (22:15)? What did Anthopoulos say to Soroka in the locker room after the matter (31:45), and how did the former Blue Jays General Manager handle a similar situation in Toronto (34:00)? David and Eric chat about the paralleled drawn by Freddie Freeman between Soroka's and ex-hurler Jason Grilli's injury (39:00). To wrap, the guys examine Soroka's historic start to his career, and postulate how the rotation will shape up (44:30). Save 40% off your first-year subscription to The Athletic by visiting: theathletic.com/755isreal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
So...what was a fun weekend of watching baseball devolved into pure chaos and us wondering if we can even play baseball moving forward. Awesome. We discussed the fallout of the Marlins' outbreak to start today's show, when we might be able to see the Orioles play again, etc. Late in Hour 1, we checked in with Marlins color analyst/former NL Rookie of the Year Todd Hollandsworth. What does he make of how things have fallen apart? Is he still comfortable with baseball being played? What needs to change? Early in Hour 2, former Ravens pass rusher Trevor Pryce joined us to discuss the death of TV icon Regis Philbin-who he worked with on the former FS1 show "Crowd Goes Wild." He told us some great stories about why he loved working with him. And at the bottom of Hour 2, we caught up with 105.7 The Fan's Jeremy Conn to discuss whether he's uncomfortable watching the Orioles win games and in honor of Lou Williams, some strip club stories.
Walt sat down with Steve Sax, a 2X World Series champion, 5X All Star, 1982 NL Rookie of the Year and 1986 Silver Slugger to discuss his career and the 2020 MLB season. . . . . . JDF Sports Blackout Series LIVE on Facebook and Twitter on JDF Sports weekly and available on all podcast platforms every other week under "JDF Sports"! Subscribe and review.
Chris Young burst onto the scene with the Arizona Diamondbacks by swatting 30 homers and stealing 27 bases in his rookie year. The D-Backs thought they had a star on their hands. Chris Coghlan seemed like a hitting machine when he won the NL Rookie of the Year, but the most we've heard of him since then was when he flipped over Yadier Molina a couple years ago. Who are some players who peaked as rookies? All this on today's episode.
He was nicknamed the 'D-Train' and took MLB by storm in 2003 with the Florida Marlins and on Episode 25 of the BFBS, Dontrelle Willis joined the guys to share some stories and laughs. From growing up in Oakland and idolizing Dave Stewart to pitching to his two favorite catchers in Pudge Rodriguez and Paul LoDuca to shedding some light on his transition to broadcaster with FOX Sports, Dontrelle did not disappoint. His genuine, outgoing personality is still intact and its no wonder the '03 NL Rookie of the Year inspires so any with his words and smile. Enjoy!
Kevin discusses the latest report that the MLB and MLBPA are working towards a plan to have baseball as soon as possible in the greater Phoenix, AZ area. Electronic Strike Zones, 7 Inning doubleheaders, the players sitting in the stands instead of the dugout. This all sounds too outlandish to be true, but its the only way to get baseball back ASAP.Kevin then gives his predictions for the NL and AL Rookie of the year winners. Pete Alonso and Yordan Alverez were runaway winners last year, but 2020 looks to be a much more competitive race. Kevin wraps up this episode with his Top 5 rivalries in baseball. Of course, the Yankees / Red Sox is #1 but what about the rest of the list. Does your favorite rivalry make the cut? Tune in to find out!!As always, if you enjoyed the show, follow us and subscribe to the show: you can find us on iTunes or on any app that carries podcasts as well as on YouTube. Please remember to subscribe and give us a nice review. That way you’ll always be among the first to get the latest GSMC baseball Podcasts.We would like to thank our Sponsor: GSMC Podcast NetworkAdvertise with US: http://www.gsmcpodcast.com/advertise-with-us.html Website: http://www.gsmcpodcast.com/baseball-podcast.html ITunes Feed : https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/gsmc-baseball-podcast/id1122796551 GSMC YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF8Qial15ufp9uS_1-4F6auhV_JDoMt-YTwitter: https://twitter.com/GSMC_baseball Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Golden-State-Media-Concepts-Baseball-Podcast-1049659238456215/Disclaimer: The views expressed on the GSMC baseball Podcast are for entertainment purposes only. Reproduction, copying or redistribution of The GSMC baseball Podcast without the express written consent of Golden State Media Concepts LLC is prohibited.
This week, the boys talk about LSU-Bama (0:00), the feud between Phil and Dom that is brewing (4:30), and what they expect the college football playoff to look like (7:10). Then, they talk NFL Week 10, including are the Rams done for the year and what the NFC playoff picture looks like now (14:00), the Saints dropping a tough one to the Falcons and Lamar Jackson is good (18:30), Kansas City is the Green Bay Packers of the AFC (25:00), and the Jets won a game! and Sam Darnold says they’re in playoff contention (28:30). Then, they do overrated/underrated for Week 10 (32:00), and the Monday Night Football matchup (48:00). Then, Pete Alonso won NL Rookie of the Year (53:00). LOCKS OF THE WEEK NOW SUNDAYS ON BET THE OVER! GET ON TRYP RIDES! Text us your hypotheticals 24/7 at (209)-874-6251. Rate, review, and subscribe! This is a @WTPSports production. Check out www.wtpsports.com. Follow the show on Twitter and on Instagram, and check out our playlist on Spotify!
Host Ryan Finkelstein talks about Pete Alonso officially being named the NL Rookie of the Year and how he should have won unanimously. Brodie Van Wagenen addressed the media again on Monday and we discuss what he said in regards to the Mets offseason plans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The AL Wild Card game will feature two small-market and analytically-driven teams: The Rays and A's. These two teams are usually slept on in preseason rankings and projections. but they continue to surprise us with winning baseball every year. Pete Alonso tied Aaron Judge's rookie HR record with his 52nd blast of the year. He'll win NL Rookie of the Year. The Yankees have caught the Twins for the MLB lead in homeruns. Could we really expect anyone less from the Bronx Bombers? All this (and more) on today's episode!
MLB Pipeline's Jim Callis (@JimCallisMLB) Jordan Shusterman of @CespedesBBQ discuss the 2019 AL and NL Rookie of the Year races, including the historic seasons of Yordan Alvarez and Pete Alonso, the loaded NL rookie class, and comparing Alonso’s rookie year to Aaron Judge’s 2017 campaign. Next, they discuss two other rookies having big Septembers, Mariners OF Kyle Lewis, and Rockies OF Sam Hilliard. Then, they cover three intriguing Arizona Fall League sleepers: Blue Jays RHP Jackson Rees, Cardinals OF Conner Capel, and Dodgers RHP Marshall Kasowski. Finally, we hear an interview from the AFL with Astros pitching prospect Forrest Whitley, who discusses his second trip to the AFL, and how he has dealt with adversity over the last two seasons.
MLB Pipeline's Jim Callis (@JimCallisMLB) Jordan Shusterman of @CespedesBBQ discuss the 2019 AL and NL Rookie of the Year races, including the historic seasons of Yordan Alvarez and Pete Alonso, the loaded NL rookie class, and comparing Alonso's rookie year to Aaron Judge's 2017 campaign. Next, they discuss two other rookies having big Septembers, Mariners OF Kyle Lewis, and Rockies OF Sam Hilliard. Then, they cover three intriguing Arizona Fall League sleepers: Blue Jays RHP Jackson Rees, Cardinals OF Conner Capel, and Dodgers RHP Marshall Kasowski. Finally, we hear an interview from the AFL with Astros pitching prospect Forrest Whitley, who discusses his second trip to the AFL, and how he has dealt with adversity over the last two seasons.
Pete Alonso has tied the Mets franchise record for home runs in a season (41). His blast last night, also put him past the 100-RBI mark, as Alonso is cementing his case for the NL Rookie of the Year. He'll now set his sights on Aaron Judge's MLB rookie record of 52 home runs. Kenley Jansen flashed some of his old stuff, as he held on to secure a big save in what's been a tumultuous season for him. Stephen Vogt received a warm welcome in his return to Oakland, and he hit a 3-run blast for the Giants as the won the opening game of the Bay Bridge Series. All this (and more), including a recap of every game!
MLB Pipeline's Jim Callis (@JimCallisMLB) and Jordan Shusterman of @CespedesBBQ discuss the 2019 Draftees that are off to hot starts to their pro careers, including Padres SS CJ Abrams, Phillies SS Bryson Stott, Rays SS Greg Jones, Marlins OF Peyton Burdick and Reds LHP Nick Lodolo. Then, they touch on a couple pitching prospects who have significantly raised their stock this season, Rays RHP Joe Ryan and Tigers LHP Tarik Skubal. Next, they discuss the NL Rookie of the Year race between Fernando Tatis Jr. and Pete Alonso, and the remarkable season of Astros rookie Yordan Alvarez. Finally, they cover the massive breakout of Reds rookie OF Aristides Aquino before comparing the two stupendous seasons of D-backs 1B Kevin Cron and Padres INF Ty France.
Topics in this edition include: - Who has the best Players Weekend nickname? - Would a wild-card berth render the red-hot Mets' season a success - Do the Reds have shot at a division title in 2020? - Could Peter Alonso set the rookie home run record and still miss out on the NL Rookie of the Year award? - Will the Blue Jays be players for Gerrit Cole or Madison Bumgarner this offseason?
By trading for Sergio Romo, the Twins hope to bolster their bullpen and take some pressure off Taylor Rogers. Was Ramon Laureano's home run pimp disrespectful, or should we just reset our expectations and embrace this new style of baseball? Fernando Tatis just might mess round and win the NL Rookie of the Year, but is he the best young talent we've seen since Mike Trout? All this, plus a full recap of every game!
The Braves are getting in done again this season with a few new, young faces. Let's dive in the numbers and see how 2018 NL Rookie of the Year Ronald Acuna Jr. is showing the ropes to Austin Riley, Mike Soroka and Max Fried. Plus, our #GOT Guest of the Week is Josh Ward. (36:45)
MLB Pipeline’s Jim Callis (@JimCallisMLB) and Jordan Shusterman of @CespedesBBQ discuss the early NL Rookie of the Year race between Fernando Tatis Jr. and Pete Alonso. Next, the guys cover a variety of Draft-related topics, including Texas HS 3B Brett Baty and why teams are sometimes afraid to draft 19-year-old high schoolers, whether West Virginia RHP Alek Manoah could be the first pitcher selected, Arkansas RHP Isaiah Campbell looking to become the first Major League born in Portugal since 1875, and the current Division-I home run leader, Tulane 3B Kody Hoese. Finally, they discuss a few other hot starts for prospects, including Mariners RHP Logan Gilbert, Pirates 1B Will Craig, Astros OF Yordan Alvarez, and Padres OF Buddy Reed.
MLB Pipeline's Jim Callis (@JimCallisMLB) and Jordan Shusterman of @CespedesBBQ discuss the early NL Rookie of the Year race between Fernando Tatis Jr. and Pete Alonso. Next, the guys cover a variety of Draft-related topics, including Texas HS 3B Brett Baty and why teams are sometimes afraid to draft 19-year-old high schoolers, whether West Virginia RHP Alek Manoah could be the first pitcher selected, Arkansas RHP Isaiah Campbell looking to become the first Major League born in Portugal since 1875, and the current Division-I home run leader, Tulane 3B Kody Hoese. Finally, they discuss a few other hot starts for prospects, including Mariners RHP Logan Gilbert, Pirates 1B Will Craig, Astros OF Yordan Alvarez, and Padres OF Buddy Reed.
J.C from the Texas Power Hour, Jeff Hawkins from Criswell Clubhouse Chatter and Chris Silvey from MLB and Fansided join The Recliner Nerd to go over the 2019 MLB predictions. They each pick each division in order. They also pick the wildcard teams, the ALCS and NLCS champions along with World Series Predictions. They pick the AL and NL MVP's and Cy Young winners. The AL and NL Rookie of the Year winners. Join John and the guys fr their take on the 2019 season before it starts. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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Hear Todd's sitdown with Juan Soto, on the heels of his breakout rookie season (21:52). Before that the guys catch you up on the latest with Michael A. Taylor's injury and how it affects roster and a discussion on how Soto stacks up against the man who beat him for NL Rookie of the Year last year.
Barstool Sports presents the Starting 9, featuring Jared Carrabis and Dallas Braden - the baseball podcast everyone wants but no one else will give you. This week's episode features an interview with 2017 NL Rookie of the Year and 2-time National League Champion Cody Bellinger, who talks his approach to hitting, reflects on the last two Dodgers seasons and talks about whether or not Babe Ruth called his shot. Dallas and Jared also touch on the signings and transactions of the week (Ottavino, LeMahieu, Dozier, Martin, Grandal), we get Dallas' thoughts on the Kyler Murray situation, and the crew answers Twitter questions from the #groundscrew.
This week in Dodgers Nation, we welcome back Hyun-Jin Ryu, and say good bye to Yasmani Grandal. Tim Rogers comes on to Blue Heaven to discuss the Dodgers minor league catching situation with Kevin and FRG, and everyone puts forward their catcher for the 2019 season. We also wax nostalgic on the passing of former Dodger Ken Howell. And Kevin and FRG break down their next series of 2018 Dodgers player grades, this time in the outfield, before opining on what the Dodgers need to put them over the top in 2019. In this episode we alsoCongratulate Walker Buehler on his third place finish for NL Rookie of the YearDiscuss the revelation that Brian Dozier was playing with a moderately significant knee issue Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It’s The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker! Chris and Rob explain why nobody wants to play with LeBron, why they don’t have a problem with Colin Kaepernick trademarking his image, and why they agree with Jimmy Butler’s decision to act up at Timberwolves practice in hopes of getting traded, and much more! Plus, former NL Rookie of the Year and FOX Sports MLB analyst Eric Karros stops by to discuss the MLB playoffs and how the bullpen in Milwaukee will match up with the bench for the Dodgers. And, NBA champion and FS1 NBA analyst Eddie House weighs in on why some think that no other NBA star wants to play with LeBron. Plus, the guys deliver another award-winning edition of The Hot Seat with Mike Harmon! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Zac (@ZacCrippen), Pete (@Pete_Laclede), and Ishan (@jimmyluandtaj) discuss the NL playoff race, Ohtani the two-way phenom who continues to bat despite a torn UCL, the Athletics' impressive ability to keep finding an edge with one of the lowest payrolls in baseball, and the close race for NL Rookie of the Year. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lineup/support
Dodgers-Rockies series final time this season (0:20) JP with the latest on the Cardinals (3:01) Is Cubs bullpen enough to make WS run? (6:49) What will Bauer's role be for Indians in postseason? (10:46) Juan Soto or Ronald Acuna Jr. for NL Rookie of Year? (15:47) Should Yelich be MVP? (19:01) Final Pitch (20:04)
Ben Lindbergh and Jeff Sullivan banter about the returns of Mike Trout and Willians Astudillo, Astudillo’s new hobby, Jose Ramirez‘s power/speed combo, the NL Rookie of the Year race between Ronald Acuna, Juan Soto, Harrison Bader, and Brian Anderson, the decreasing incidence of stolen bases and sacrifice bunts, the Angels’ active offseason in retrospect, the […]
Morning Lineup: MLB.com's Anthony Castrovince and Richard Justice discuss Trevor Bauer heading to the DL, Robinson Cano's return to the Mariners, the NL Rookie of the Year race, the Dodgers' and Nationals' struggling bullpens, Matt Carpenter's success and August trade candidates for contenders. Plus, Mark Bowman joins the show to talk about the Braves' battle for the NL East title, their young starting rotation and Ronald Acuna Jr.'s impact at the top of the lineup.
What’s wrong with Severino? (:23) Should Jacob deGrom win the Cy Young? (2:08) Can the A’s or Mariners catch the Astros? (3:47) Who is the NL Rookie of the Year? (5:02) Any issue with David Bote bat flip? (7:14) Final Pitch (9:36)
This week Jack and Jeremy run down their lists of favorite players from their childhood, both hometown and out of town. But before that, Jeremy shares a tale of a World Series bet gone wrong(!) and gives a mini-update from the 6/18/18 Dodgers @ Cubs rain out, including a story of how he scared Cody Bellinger! Jack shares a stirring interview conducted with White Sox catching great Ron Karkovice and teaches us all about "The Cougar Train"! The guys also discuss who their NL Rookie of the Year is if the season ended today. Also(!!!!) Check out the debut of our AMAZING THEME SONG(!!!) written and performed by musical genius Mark Rosenthal of both the "Mike and Mark Love The Cubs" and "Body Counts and Beer" podcasts!
Zachary sits down with Dontrelle Willis! Willis had a nine-year MLB career as a starting pitcher, playing for the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2010. Dontrelle was known for his unconventional pitching style, which included a high leg kick and an exaggerated twisting away from the batter. Over the course of his career, Dontrelle won a World Series as a member of the Marlins in 2005 and NL Rookie of the Year honors in 2003. They're talking about: - What brought Dontrelle out to Arizona - Zach meeting Eddie House - Dontrelle coming from Oakland and how athletics saved him - Going from World Series Champion to being demoted - Transitioning from being on the field to being in the media - Dontrelle Willis receiving an Emmy Award for his team's post season coverage - How being a man of faith has helped him and the influence of his mother - Being around Pete Rose - Dontrelle's most memorable moment from the World Series - Striking out Alfonso Soriano - Dad life and keeping up with 4 daughters - Where to eat in Arizona Thank you for listening! Don’t forget to “Like” and Subscribe! Who would you like to see featured on our show? Let us know at: firstname.lastname@example.org Check out Dontrelle Willis on FOX Sports! Follow Dontrelle on Twitter: @DTrainMLB https://twitter.com/DTrainMLB?ref_src... Follow Zach on FB and Insta @zacharyhall www.instagram.com/zacharyhall/
Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona joins the show for some big league stories you don't want to miss. Chris and Kevin show some love to the NL West. Cody Bellinger may be mashing his way to the NL Rookie of the Year and the D-backs head to Coors Field for a series against the Rockies. Plus, the guys discuss Anthony Rizzo's collision at home plate, who's buying and selling at the Trade Deadline, and Joe West will notch his 5,000th career game as an umpire. Finally, what do bat flips, grip slips and mailboxes have in common? They're all in the latest edition of Kevin's Highlights!
Jay Bruce joins the show and talks Beaumont with Kevin, tests his Lil Wayne knowledge and more. The guys are live from Citi Field where they discuss the Mets taking on the Cubs. Neil Walker makes a surprise appearance. Cody Bellinger may be running away with NL Rookie of the Year, Yasiel Puig apologizes to Cleveland and drama in Detroit for K-Rod. Plus, find out what happens when you chest bump King Felix on the latest edition of Got Heeeem!
Trea Turner's showing everyone why he belongs with in the Major Leagues. Nationals reporter Bill Ladson caught up with Turner to hear his thoughts on being named NL Rookie of the Month and how he's excelled at wearing many hats for the contending Nats.
Always something new for y’all on the 2020 Allstars. I (David) was homeless for the month of March. Instead of scrambling to find a place in Berlin, I decided to travel to Egypt. So this weeks episode comes to you from Cairo. As such the audio quality isn’t quite up to snuff, but you’re probably not here for that anyway. We discuss the AJ Pollock injury and some guys that could put up “AJ Pollack”-like numbers. Or what you could do to make up the power and the steals, although there really isn’t a 20/40 guy just sitting out there. Names like Joey Rickard and Travis Shaw get bandied about. But the purpose of this show is our bold predictions for 2016: Socrates Brito! Looks like he will get a shot with AJ Pollack being injured. He’s shown double digit pop and 30+ steals in the minors. Tood sees a 15/20 season in 2016. We’re also hoping for this because we picked up Brito. Why not? My first prediction is Pedro Alvarez as a top 7 1B with 35+ homers and an average north of .250. I did a little “analysis” and the park factors to lefties leans strongly in Alvarez’s favor. I also wanted to throw Jonathon Schoop into this one. Alvarez + Schoop over 60 homers?! They don’t call them bold predictions for nothing. Justin Turner makes the leap to become a top 7 3B. He was on pace last year until he got injured so is it crazy? His ISO seemed a bit high last year and Todd thinks this power surge will continue. I like him too, but I’m not sure about the power numbers. Trevor Bauer top 15 closer! He finally becomes the guy we thought he could be. Cody Allen’s spring numbers have me a little worried. The control is not there… if there are velo issues then this one could pay off. Todd suggests that he just needs the closer glasses and everything will be good. Nick Williams wins the NL Rookie of the Year. I throw out the comparison to Adam Jones. He’s a swinger, but with some plate discipline so he doesn’t strike out at a crazy rate. 21/12 with a .275 average is what Todd likes on the high end as long as things fall into place. Speaking of prospects, I’m way down on Bryon Buxton. He’s touted as the next big thing, but I just don’t see it. My bold prediction is that his bat forces the Twins to send him back to the minors. Todd counters that Buxton’s defense will keep him in the league. It’s a good point, but if Buxton keeps hitting .200 then he’s out of there. I wanted to compare him to Brandon Wood, but I forgot Wood’s name. Ryan Madson gets 20 saves. Sean Doolittle is doing everything he can to lose the job. Ryan Raburn, .300 average and 18hrs in like 250 ABs. He’s now in Colorado and he’ll mash lefties. I have been a Raburn fan for a long time so take this one with a LARGE grain of salt. Todd’s final bold prediction… Zack Wheeler comes back strong after the AS break. Todd is looking for about a strikeout per inning and good ratios. My final bold prediction is that Marcus Stroman is in the Cy Young discussion. Tons of wins, sub-3 ERA, 8.5 K/9. Plus Todd tweeted last year “Marcus Stroman, Cy Young 2016”, so I’ll run with it as well. Let’s see if Todd was prophetic. As always, check us out on Twitter @2020AllStars, Instagram 2020AllStars, and iTunes. Season 4 Episode 2 (49:58)
Nolan Arenado will win the NL MVP. Jon Gray will win the NL Rookie of the Year award. These are a few bold predictions from Rockies reporter Thomas Harding as he joins MLB.com's Alyson Footer to try and predict some bold ideas for 2016.
Entering into a brand new week Murph catches you up with the latest results, news, and stories with March Madness concluding its Sweet Sixteen round last night. Murph will update you on his personal bracket position and what games he's looking forward to the most with the Elite Eight round starting TONIGHT! With a couple MASSIVE trades that occurred in the NFL, Murph breaks them down and what he sees from teams and the draft as the draft is officially a month away. Murph speculates a lot of movement from other teams in the coming weeks leading up to the draft that makes this time of year exciting for the NFL.... despite no games being played lol. Lastly, Murph gives you his MLB awards predictions as he predictions which players will win the following awards: AL MVP, NL MVP, AL CY Young, NL Cy Young, AL Rookie of the Year, and the NL Rookie of the Year. Plus, a few potential players that could win these award that wouldn't surprise Murph if they did. An episode filled with information, analysis, and a lot of thinking and if you enjoy that kind of show in a sports podcast, then this is the episode for you! Listen to Murph's podcast, Murph's Boston Sports Talk on your favorite platform with new episodes every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Download, Listen, and enjoy!