Hour 1 Gio & Sal begin a Thursday morning show asking what the local baseball teams have to accomplish this season in order for fans to be satisfied. For the Yankees, it's making the World Series. The bar for the Mets is a little lower, but they need to have a run in the postseason. The Mets are in the midst of a better season than most people realize and the Yankees have some problems, but how big are they? Mets history is filled with so much losing and Gio says he would be obnoxious if he rooted for the Yankees. C-Lo is in for Jerry and gets us started with a highlight of Daniel Vogelbach's first Mets home run, a grand slam in a 9-5 win over the Nationals. Mychal Givens made his Met debut and struggled, to put it lightly. Sal doesn't want to hear about travel and short turn-arounds. The Yankees' Wednesday afternoon game wasn't as kind to them as Gerrit Cole allowed three home runs and six total runs in the first inning of a 7-3 loss. Andrew Benintendi is off to a slow start and the Padres new acquisitions are already thriving. In the final segment of the hour, Gio and Sal wonder if they can follow Aaron Rodgers's lead and do ayahuasca. Hour 2 The 7am hour starts with Gio and Sal discussing the news that the NFL will appeal Deshaun Watson's suspension in an attempt to increase it. Sal and Gio agree that fans are tired of hearing about off-field legal cases. CLo returns and begins the update with a Pete Alonso home run. Buck Showalter was in a strange mood and Chris Bassitt loves Luis Guillorme's defense. Gerrit Cole was blasted by the Mariners in a 7-3 Yankees loss. Football is back as the Hall of Fame game is tonight.In the final segment of the hour, the guys discuss Gerrit Cole's bad start and whether or not he's a true “ace” that can be counted on in October. Who is the best starter the Yankees have and who can they count on for the postseason? Gio wonders if Brian Cashman is happy with how things worked out and the Yankees landing Frankie Montas instead of giving up more for Luis Castillo. Sal recalls running into Cashman in an airport. Hour 3 The 8am hour opens with Sal explaining how he plans to spend his night alone in the city. Sal will meet callers this weekend and sometimes worries about potential encounters. Sal believes the Mets are better than the Braves and will prove it this weekend. Gio agrees, it's time to send a message. CLo returns to update us, but first, the guys talk about getting to Yankee Stadium and wanting an October with playoff baseball and competitive football. The Mets beat the Nationals, Daniel Vogelbach hit a grand slam and Gio is impressed by the Mets' new big slugger. CLo also has a clip from Philly where they discuss touching hard wood. In the final segment of the hour, Gio shares how his wife informed him that she hired an attractive housekeeper. Hour 4 The 9am hour begins with Gio and Sal saying we're entering crunch time for baseball. The Mets have a huge series against the Braves this weekend. The Yankees have to prove once and for all they are better than the Astros. Gio says home-field advantage rarely matters, but it does for the Yankees and Astros. Sal and Gio think this Mets team is for real and Sal did not feel that way about some good Met teams of the past. Would the Yankees be better off with home-field advantage in a potential ALCS against Houston or an easier matchup in the ALDS? Are the Yankees aggressive enough in their attempts to win? CLo is back for his final update of the show and begins with a Mets win and a Yankee loss. Recent comments by Aaron Rodgers have the guys confused and re-evaluating their lives. Then, a Moment of the Day about touching hard wood. In the final segment of the show, Gio talks about his expectations at a Walker Hayes concert tonight.
Hour 4: The 9am hour begins with Gio and Sal saying we're entering crunch time for baseball. The Mets have a huge series against the Braves this weekend. The Yankees have to prove once and for all they are better than the Astros. Gio says home-field advantage rarely matters, but it does for the Yankees and Astros. Sal and Gio think this Mets team is for real and Sal did not feel that way about some good Met teams of the past. Would the Yankees be better off with home-field advantage in a potential ALCS against Houston or an easier matchup in the ALDS? Are the Yankees aggressive enough in their attempts to win? CLo is back for his final update of the show and begins with a Mets win and a Yankee loss. Recent comments by Aaron Rodgers have the guys confused and re-evaluating their lives. Then, a Moment of the Day about touching hard wood. In the final segment of the show, Gio talks about his expectations at a Walker Hayes concert tonight.
As David Brown and I wrapped up our discussion of this year's trade deadline and the winners and losers (mostly the Cubs), we found out that Vin Scully died. So the podcast actually starts with a few minutes of us remembering Vin, including his great open to game one of the the 1989 NLCS. Then we get to the deadline talk and try to figure out just what the hell the Cubs were doing, how it makes any sense for them to not trade Willson Contreras and how the Juan Soto trade to the Padres might have screwed up the Cubs plans. We also talk about why Jed couldn't come up with more than plan in the first place. We also try to figure out why the White Sox didn't do anything, what the Brewers and Cardinals were trying to accomplish and we invent a new pre-game routine for Tony LaRussa and Andrew Vaughn. All that, and more. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/desipio/message
The Nats lost 6-2 to the Cardinals to open up a six game home stand. Mark & Al begin with the latest in the Juan Soto trade rumors as the deadline approaches (6pm Eastern on Tuesday August 2nd). Al asks Mark why ownership is acting like their is such urgency in the Soto situation? (18:30) Anibal Sanchez faced St. Louis for the first time since Game 1 of the 2019 NLCS and the results were a bit different this time. He was one out away from a quality start, but back to back HRs to sullied his pitching line. Mark explains a major flaw with Sanchez and how the Cards took advantage of it. (25:40) The Nationals bullpen continued their solid stretch as they combined for another scoreless effort. The hosts shine a spotlight on Hunter Harvey, who has a WHIP of 0.72 on the season. (30:35) Elijah Green, who the franchise drafted at 5th overall a few weeks back, was in Navy Yard on Friday night. Hear what Mark had to say about his physical stature and how his batting practice went before the game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Listen to Mike Krukow share stories about his close friend and former teammate Will Clark ahead of Clark's number retirement ceremony on Saturday, July 30. Krukow covers the big moments like Clark's first MLB homerun off of Nolan Ryan and the 1989 NLCS as well as Clark's electric energy, personality on and off the field, and mental approach to the game. Krukow also explains the magnitude of what an honor it is as an athlete for a franchise to retire your number. 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
7:00 - Cardinals Madlibs! MVP - Other than Waino - Twitter target - My Bad! - Cardinals Devil Magic 7:15 - Peak & Pit 7:30 - Jay Delsing on Barkley & Faherty to the LIV tour, how long he thinks this competition will last 7:45 - TIOLI 8:00 - Fresh Take: If the Cardinals don't make it to the NLCS, who's the fall guy? 8:15 - Former Blue, current Red Wing Oskar Sunqvist live from Sweden on still living in STL, getting more former teammates in Detroit and what a summer in Sweden brings to the table 8:30 - The Fight 8:45 - NFL Storyline around the Raiders, 49ers, Broncos and more! 9:00 - Today's Big Thing: If the Cardinals don't make it to the NLCS, who's the fall guy? 9:15 - There are a lot of teams in on the Tkachuk sweepstakes, which one of these teams worries you the most? 9:30 - You're killing me, Smalls! 9:45 - What's on tap?
7:00 - If the Cardinals don't get to the NLCS, who pays the price? 7:15 - Sick of it!! 7:30 - Greg Amsinger on his red carpet talk with Juan Soto, the Pujols effect, and his breakdown of Cards 1st rounder Cooper Hjerpe 7:45 - TIOLI 8:00 - Jeremy Rutherford on the revitalized Tkachuk potential, how Tarasenko comes into the trade picture 8:15 - STL City2 HC John Hackworth, on a strong run of form for CITY1 and building a uniform philosophy as they prepare for 2023 8:30 - The Fight 8:45 - Randy Wilkins, Director of "The Captain" on the early story from the doc and getting to tell this story as a Bronx native 9:00 - You're killing me, Smalls! 9:15 - Rocky Sickmann, US Marine Veteran and Iranian hostage talks about the fall of the embassy and his early days in captivity 9:30 - Rocky Sickmann still in studio, on the rescue operation, the feeling of coming home and his work now with Folds of Honor 9:45 - What's on tap?
Dodgers win the potential NLCS preview with the Braves, but lose 2 of 3 to the struggling Rockies. Giants defense loses them more games as they lose a series to the reds and split with the disappointing Tigers. Freddie freeman goes back to ATL for the first time as a visitor and shows too much emotion? And we look into the new info on what happened during his free agency. Dodgers start a series against the Padres and Turner takes Musgrove deep twice but Musgrove thinks he isn't that good. Mariners and Angels clear benches, studs and duds, all that and more on this week's episode!
The Nats beat the Pirates 3-1 for their third straight win and their sixth victory in the past eight games. Mark & Al this time have plenty of good things to say about Patrick Corbin as he struck out a dozen Pirates in eight innings of work. It ties a career high for Corbin in terms of strikeouts, the last time he whiffed that many was back in the 2019 NLCS. (13:32) Tanner Rainey ran into some trouble, but ultimately earned his 11th save of the season. Who do you currently trust more... Rainey or Finnegan? (21:05) Yadiel Hernandez came off the bench for the game winning hit in the bottom of the 8th. It is two straight days that Washington could only bring in a runner in scoring position in the penultimate inning. Mark explains how Ehire Adrianza's presence led to the decision to have Yadiel pinch hit. (29:07) The Nationals had two minor league starts of import on Tuesday evening. Anibal Sanchez made a brief rehab start in Rochester and former 1st round pick Jackson Rutledge tossed eight Ks in Fredericksburg. Al wonders how much of a chance Anibal will have to enter the Major League rotation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Freddie Freeman, the Braves and their fans knew this date would be very weird. It turned out to be weirder and much more emotional than probably anyone expected. In this special edition of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Braves Report podcast, AJC beat reporter Justin Toscano, features writer Gabe Burns and Jay Black break down a game that will be remembered for a while. Our team will discuss Freeman's emotional press conference, what his legacy in Atlanta will be, the response from the fans and how these two teams stack up in another NLCS rematch. Please follow the Braves Report podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts so you never miss an episode. You can also tell your smart speaker to “play the Braves Report podcast.”
O ballpark é nosso, fã do baseball! Este é o Rebatida Podcast, pra falar muito de MLB pra você! Neste episódio nº 175, Matheus Pinho (@CollegeCast21/Brewteco), Rodrigo Fidalgo (Brewteco), Guilherme Mitre (@RaysCastBrasil) e João Oliveira (Redlegs) discutem o calvário e rebuild interminável do Detroit Tigers e os possíveis movimentos da Trade Deadline. MENCIONADOS NO EPISÓDIO Detroit Tigers tem algumas das piores estatísticas ofensivas e defensivas da Major League Baseball Pitchers que podem trocar de jersey quando a trade deadline acontecer Um olhar nas séries de fim de semana, incluindo a reedição do NLCS de 2021 e um confronto provável de acontecer na ALCS de 2022 CONFIRA NOSSA REDE DE PODCASTS DE FRANQUIAS DA MLB Atlanta Braves – Braves Chop Cast Baltimore Orioles – O's News Boston Red Sox – SoxCast Chicago Cubs – Cubscast Houston Astros – Orange is the New Baseball Kansas City Royals – Cast Royals Los Angeles Angels – Angelscast Los Angeles Dodgers – Dodgers Cast Milwaukee Brewers – Brewteco Minnesota Twins – Twins para Todos New York Yankees – Yankees Brasil Oakland Athletics – MoneyBall Show Philadelphia Phillies – Phillies Mania Pittsburgh Pirates – Rádio Pirata San Diego Padres – Padres Cast San Francisco Giants – Gigantes do Beisebol Seattle Mariners – Cast do Marinheiro St. Louis Cardinals – PodCards Tampa Bay Rays – RaysCast Brasil Texas Rangers – The Lone Rangers Washington Nationals – Capital do Beisebol Edição: @MatheusPPinho Assine o Feed e não perca nenhum episódio! https://fumblenanet.com.br/feed/rebatida Venha falar de esportes conosco acessando nosso grupo no Telegram! Siga-nos no twitter: @RebatidaPodcast | @fumblenanet Acompanhe tudo da MLB no Instagram: @MLB.Brasil
In this amazing interview with special guest Endy Chavez who is a former MLB player that played for the New York Mets we have a very interesting conversation about his MLB career and his world renowned catch. We discuss his signature moment in Shea Stadium during game 7 of the 2006 NLCS to help the Mets move onto the World Series, he gives us a “day in the life” of being an Outfeilder for the New York Mets, and we also talk about how he used his crazy speed to his advantage when fielding and base running. Then we segue into what his path to the MLB looked like, what training he did to get to the MLB, and finally he gives you some advice at the end. Make sure you give this amazing interview a listen!
The Golden State Warriors tied up the NBA Finals with the Boston Celtics at a game, apiece, after a monster third quarter in game two. The Baltimore Ravens have not seen Lamar Jackson at OTAs and some are wondering if this has to do with the ongoing contract negotiations. The Philadelphia Phillies firing Joe Girardi had to happen. Also, Quin Snyder has resigned as Utah Jazz head coach and Donovan Mitchell is not happy, Edmonton Oilers forward Evander Kane has been suspended for game four of the Stanley Cup Western Conference Finals after his hit on Colorado Avalanche center Nazeem Kadri, the Tampa Bay Lightning got a late goal to beat the New York Rangers in game three of the Stanley Cup Eastern Conference Finals, and the New York Mets split a four-game series with the Los Angeles Dodgers in what may be an early MLB season NLCS preview. Linktree.com/LockedOnNBA Linktree.com/LockedOnNFL Linktree.com/LockedOnMLB Linktree.com/LockedOnNHL 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 week, Joe's previewing the NBA Finals and one of the more exciting matchups we've seen in years: A Warriors team whose stars have played nearly 30 finals games vs a Celtics squad whose star players are playing hoops in June for the first time! Plus, Josh Fisher of ' The Charity Stripe' on Bleav joins Joe to break down the finals, and Joe previews a Mets-Dodgers weekend set that he believes is a preview to this year's NLCS - ONLY on Ceraulo Sports Talk!
Go to https://www.shadyrays.com and use code TODAY for 50% OFF 2+ pairs of premium polarized shades Joez McFly joins Chris Rose to talk about the upcoming Mets/Dodgers series, if the Blue Jays are as complete of a team as the Yankees/Astros, Jean Segura going on the IL, Josh Donaldson not liking Yankees not having his back and more!
Jim is joined by Hall of Fame voter and senior sportswriter for Sportico, Barry Bloom, to breakdown down the resume of former MLB first basemen Steve Garvey. First, Barry and Jim discuss Garvey's consistency and ironman streak (6:07). Next, they cover his game-winning home run in Game 4 of the 1984 NLCS, how Garvey compares to recent HOF inductee Gil Hodges, and Barry provides his thoughts on WAR (10:49). Finally, Jim and Barry debate whether there is a place for 1st basemen who only hit for average power in the HOF (39:44), before they both make a final call on whether or not they believe Garvey deserves to gain entry into Cooperstown (49:24).
Jay Horwitz talks with Mets 1969 World Series champion, Art Shamsky. The 1969 NLCS hero talks about Tom Seaver, that magical season of ‘69 and much more Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Utah Jazz were unable to capitalize on the Dallas Mavericks being without Luka Doncic for a second game as the series is now even at a game, apiece. The Toronto Raptors have fallen into a 2-0 hole to the Philadelphia 76ers as they've been hit with the injury bug. Channing Tindal and Roger McCreary are two players to keep an eye on for the NFL Draft but people are sleeping on the guy who should go Number One Overall, Aidan Hutchinson. Also, Patrick Mahomes was shocked by the Tyreek Hill trade, Marcus Smart led the Boston Celtics defense and won Defensive Player of the Year for it, the Washington Capitals clinched a playoff spot, and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Atlanta Braves in the series opening game of a NLCS rematch. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Braves haven't won a series yet and now they get an NLCS rematch against the Dodgers. In this episode of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Braves Report podcast, beat reporter Justin Toscano and Jay Black breakdown Atlanta's trip to San Diego and preview the important games ahead in Los Angeles. Our team will discuss how the young guys have stabilized the Braves pitching issues, the hot starts by the Braves best hitters, the problems in the outfield and more. Subscribe to the Braves Report on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts so you never miss an episode. You can also tell your smart speaker to “play the Braves Report podcast.”
Sports talk delivered the way it should be. Passionate, fiery, spirited, knowledgeable and entertaining as well as the latest installment of the podcast is ready for consumption. On deck: (3:01) The NBA postseason is off and running. Not a stellar weekend overall, but you had the two play-in games (Atlanta-Cleveland, New Orleans-LA Clippers) that were entertaining. And then the epic Game 1 showdown between Brooklyn-Boston which proved to be the highlight of the eight games on Saturday and Sunday. I'll dissect the key moments in that game, what the long term affect could be for both teams in this series and beyond and go around the Association to fill you in on all of the Game 1's as the road to the NBA Finals has begun. (31:38) The Mets have gotten off to a very good start winning their first three series, going 7-3. Upcoming is an early season test as the San Francisco Giants invade Citi Field for three games to see where they stand against one of the better teams in the NL. The Braves will visit Chavez Ravine and see an old face in a new uniform (i.e. Freddie Freeman) as they meet for the first time since last years' NLCS. Angels manager, Joe Maddon made a strange move in a game vs. Texas as he always tries to 'outsmart' his opponent, but they're off to a good start in this early part of the season. (39:51) The NHL is down to its final week and a half of games, but the sport lost a legendary scorer on a championship dynasty as Islander great, Mike Bossy, passed away due to lung cancer at the age of 65. I'll touch on some of the highlights of his wonderful career and bring you up to speed if there is going to be any drama in the wild card or division races as we get to the homestretch. (45:38) Football wraps up the final segment as there was a couple of notable signings (CB Stephon Gilmore to Indy and WR Sammy Watkins to Green Bay) Also, a terrible incident involving Cowboys CB, Kelvin Joseph as the league has to deal with more news off the field than on. (49:09) In conclusion, my Hero and Zero of the Week. Please subscribe, leave a rating and post a review on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, Stitcher, Spotify, Luminary, Amazon Music and iHeartRadio or wherever you get your podcasts. If you'd like to contribute to the production of the podcast, please visit my Patreon page at: www.patreon.com/TheJAYREELZPodcast Many thanks for all of your love and support. Intro/outro music by Cyklonus. LINKS TO SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jayreelz-podcast/id1354797894 SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/1gkdtgroTFlaqPW1EBjVDr SPREAKER: https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-jayreelz-podcast_2 STITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jason-s-nazario/the-jayreelz-podcast iHEARTRADIO: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-the-jayreelz-podcast-43104270/ LUMINARY: https://luminarypodcasts.com/listen/jason-s-nazario/the-jayreelz-podcast/f9527dd9-47ea-4ed9-92cf-32af9bfa95ad?country=US SPOTIFY TRAILER: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7nZZlvPRAly5irLRSG2qxq?si=rTKCQKnZRNC_VK-_uIWNJA AMAZON MUSIC: https://www.amazon.com/The-JAYREELZ-Podcast/dp/B08K58SW24/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=the+jayreelz+podcast&qid=1606319520&sr=8-1 SPOTIFY PODCAST LINK: https://open.spotify.com/show/1gkdtgroTFlaqPW1EBjVDr
The Atlanta Hawks fall to the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the First Round of the NBA Playoffs as Trae Young struggles. The Atlanta Braves split the 4-game series with the San Diego Padres on the road and now have to face the Dodgers in a rematch of the last 2 NLCS. Its opening week of the USFL in Birmingham as the Birmingham Stallions beat the New Jersey Generals 24-20. The Columbus River Dragons are in the semi-finals of the Federal Prospects Hocket League Playoffs, but they do not know who their opponent is yet. The Columbus Lions get ready for their opener aganist the Jacksonville Sharks for the upcoming 2022 National Arena League Season. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/richard-holdridge/support
This week we chat with Mariachi Los Toros. We discuss what it was like playing at Dodger Stadium for the NLCS, when we will see them again at the stadium, a collaboration with Snoop Dog? All this plus much more
Is Atlanta's roster good enough for a third-straight trip to the NLCS? Will the 2022 lineup return to 2020 form? Will Atlanta have the best bullpen in baseball? David previews the 2022 Braves and makes predictions for the season.
It's good to have outfielder Eddie Rosario back in the fold for the Braves. He talks about coming back to Atlanta, what last postseason meant to him and whether or not he had other options. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's episode, DeQuiency and Anthony discuss: The new CBA Dodgers spending all the money in the world just to flame out in the NLCS again The Astros making another run at the World Series Why are so many people in love with the White Sox? Carlos Correa Watch continues! And more! Follow Anthony on Twitter at @anthony_elric and on Instagram at notelric Follow DeQuiency on Twitter at @Quin_Dorsey Email the show at email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twoeightyeight/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twoeightyeight/support
Zach, Jack, and Andrew discuss the New York Mets trade for Chris Bassitt, Fernando Tatis Jr's motorcycle incident, the end of the Freddie Freeman era in Atlanta, everything there is to know about Game 6 of the 1986 NLCS, and narrow down the 2021 Album of the Year bracket to the final four.
Time stamps: Depression With The Falcons and Hawks: 0:00-6:40 Falcons Talk: 6:40-35:05 NFL Talk: 35:05-40:04 Draftkings Ad: 40:05-41:41 Braves Talk: 41:42-52:46 Hawks Talk: 52:46-1:04:50 Outro: 1:04:50-1:06:00 The boys complain and then attempt to go deeper than their complaints about the Hawks and the Falcons as the two bird based teams continue to be stuck on mediocrity auto pilot. They then look back at game 1 of the NLCS through the lens of a rival. I guarantee no other podcast has tried to do something as silly as this.
David Schoenfield joins Buster to discuss the Atlanta Braves winning the World Series, Jorge Soler earning the World Series MVP, Freddie Freeman affecting how other teams used their bullpens, Alex Anthopoulos making all-time great trade deadline moves, Max Fried being due for a good outing and baseball lifer Brian Snitker finally winning the big one. Then, Hembo stops by to talk about the Braves out-homering the Astros by a wide margin, the Atlanta's bullpen, the innings discrepancy between relievers and starters, if Freeman is a Hall of Famer, and late endings to World Series games. Later, Sarah Langs on the Braves clinching on the road, Atlanta acquiring its NLCS and World Series MVPs at the trade deadline, and the chances of a Braves repeat. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We have a Game 6! Jeff Conine knows what it is like to be in the shoes of both teams, having come back from a 3-1 deficit against the Cubs in the 2003 NLCS and also closing out the Yankees on the road for a World Series Title. Niner recounts both situations and gives insight to what each team is feeling right now.
Tim Kurkjian and Buster discuss the Astros defeating the Red Sox in the ALCS, Houston's pitching holding the line, Yordan Álvarez offensive explosion, the Braves defeating the Dodgers in the NLCS, Atlanta maintaining the best record in baseball since the trade deadline, the similarities between the Astros and Braves, what's next for the Red Sox and Dodgers, the Cardinals hiring Ollie Marmol, and the Padres hiring a pitching coach before a manager. Then, longtime MLB catcher Alex Avila stops by to talk about his recent retirement, how the Astros and Braves win in similar ways, his pitching plans for Eddie Rosario and Álvarez, his advice for how baseball should handle the sticky stuff conversation, and how he feels about the opener strategy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Greg recaps ALCS Game 6, talks to Covers & SBRSports Picks handicapper Jason Radowitz on the outlook on the NLCS & limiting bet size during the postseason, & Greg picks & analyzes Game 6 of Braves vs Dodgers! Podcast Highlights 2:43-Recap of Red Sox vs Astros Game 6 6:04-Interview with Jason Radowitz 21:14=NY Post Pick Dodgers vs Braves See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Greg recaps NLCS Game 5, talks to Milwaukee Brewers pre & postgame host Matt Pauley on the outlook on the NLCS & ALCS, & Greg picks & analyzes Game 6 of Astros vs Red Sox! Podcast Highlights 2:13-Recap of Braves vs Dodgers Game 5 6:46Interview with Matt Pauley 22:20=NY Post Pick Red Sox vs Astros See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Greg recaps both of Wednesday's MLB Postseason games, talks to VSIN host Jeff Parles on the outlook on the NLCS & ALCS, & Greg picks & analyzes Game 5 of Braves vs Dodgers! Podcast Highlights 2:31-Recap of Wednesday's MLB Postseason Games 8:44-Interview with Jeff Parles 24:20=NY Post Pick Braves vs Dodgers See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sarah Langs joins Buster to discuss the Braves taking a 3-1 lead over the Dodgers, how Atlanta and Los Angeles feel like different teams compared to last year's NLCS, Framber Valdez's ridiculous sinker, and Alex Cora's mistake with Chris Sale. Plus, Sarah and Buster talk about the big changes coming soon to MLB. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
JJ opens by recapping the news of Aaron Boone remaining the Yankees manager for the next three years (00:59), the NLCS and ALCS (9:10), and the Nets falling to the Bucks in their season opener (12:31). Then, he is joined by friend of the show JackO to have a Yankees venting session (15:37). Next, he listens to some voicemails and does this week's Trivia Q&A With JJ (42:45). Finally, he speaks with actor Jerry Ferrara to discuss their outlook on the looks the Knicks for the 2021-22 season (73:23). We always want to hear from you! Leave JJ a message on the Listener Line at 917-382-1151. Follow JJ on Spotify Greenroom! https://spotifygr.link/Z2KGxnBEUib Host: John Jastremski Guest: Jacko and Jerry Ferrara Producer: Stefan Anderson Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Greg recaps both of Tuesday's MLB Postseason games, talks to VSIN host Ben Wilson on the outlook on the NLCS & ALCS and both of Wednesday's games & Greg picks & analyzes both Wednesday's MLB Postseason games! Podcast Highlights 2:06-Recap of Tuesday's MLB Postseason Games 8:18-Interview with Ben Wilson 25:16-Picks & analysis for Astros vs Red Sox Game 5 29:09=NY Post Pick for Braves vs Dodgers See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sarah Langs joins Buster to discuss the Yankees signing Aaron Boone to a three-year contract, what could turn the NLCS series for the Dodgers, Walker Buehler, the emergence of Austin Riley and Alex Cora's coaching moment with Eduardo Rodriguez. Then, the Boston Globe's Alex Speier stops by to talk the Red Sox being locked in offensively, the hitting culture in Boston, Kyle Schwarber's relationship with Bobby Dalbec, if the Astros have a path back into the series and the Mets' GM search. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Greg recaps Game 3 of the ALCS between the Red Sox vs Astros, talks to handicapper & host Ariel Epstein to chat about how she's been playing player props this postseason & get the outlook on the NLCS & ALCS & Greg picks & analyzes both Tuesday MLB Postseason games! Podcast Highlights 2:20-Recap of Astros vs Red Sox Game 3 6:10-Interview with Ariel Epstein 22:38-Picks & analysis for Astros vs Red Sox Game 4 27:06-NY Post Pick for Braves vs Dodgers See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
JJ opens by discussing the Giants debacle and where they should go from here (00:57), and then listens to some frustrated Giants fans (9:27). Next, he recaps the Week 6 games before listening to some more voicemails (19:30). Then, he is joined by SiriusXM's Justin Termine to preview the upcoming season for the Knicks and Nets and over/under totals for the season (47:17). Finally, he gives his season totals for the Knicks and Nets before highlighting the wild ‘SNF' matchup and Game 2 of the NLCS (67:05). We always want to hear from you! Leave JJ a message on the Listener Line at 917-382-1151. Follow JJ on Spotify Greenroom! https://spotifygr.link/Z2KGxnBEUib Host: John Jastremski Guest: Justin Termine Producer: Stefan Anderson Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rose and Plouffe discuss the Braves taking a commanding 2-0 lead over the Dodgers in the NLCS – is it finally their year? They also dive into the ALCS and wonder which left side of the infield will shine? The Red Sox or the Astros? All that and more on Baseball Today!
Greg recaps Game 2 of the NLCS between the Dodgers & Braves, talks to Dan Lifshatz of 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston to look forward to Red Sox vs Astros Game 3 & get the outlook on the NLCS series & Greg picks & analyzes Game Three of the ALCS! Podcast Highlights 2:05-Recap of Dodgers vs Braves Game 2 5:46-Interview with Dan Lifshatz 20:32-NY Post Pick for Astros vs Red Sox See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tim Kurkjian joins Buster to discuss the Braves' back-to-back walk off wins to take a 2-0 lead in the NLCS, the feeling of something special happening in Atlanta, the Dodgers missing Max Muncy, Dave Roberts bringing in Julio Urias in Game 2, Austin Riley continuing to look like the best player in the NL, MLB increasing housing support for minor-leaguers and the Yankees' managerial situation. Later, Dan Shulman stops by to talk about the ALCS, pitching injuries for the Astros, how Houston should handle its staff going forward, Tanner Houck and Nick Pivetta being difference-makers, and his free agency outlook for Toronto. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Greg recaps both of Saturday's MLB Postseason games, talks to Jon Jansen of FOX Sports Philadelphia The Gambler to look forward to Braves vs Dodgers Game 2 & get the outlook on the Red Sox vs Astros series & Greg picks & analyzes Game Two of the NLCS! Podcast Highlights 2:20-Recap of Saturday's MLB Postseason Games 7:29-Interview with Jon Jansen 20:58-NY Post Pick for Dodgers vs Braves See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris Rose is joined by Ashland today to recap and discuss game 1 of the ALCS – is Carlos Correa a villain and does he enjoy it? They also preview game 2 and give their thoughts on the who will win the NLCS! All that and more on Baseball Today!
Big Brother Jake celebrates his Dodgers moving on to the NLCS and calls out Giants fans for calling the Dodgers cheaters. He also goes on to show his support to the Los Angeles Fire Department Firefighters that are at risk of losing their jobs for not getting vaccinated.
Rose and Plouffe discuss what was a great game 5 between the Dodgers and Giants last night along with the questionable call at the end. They also preview the Astros Red Sox ALCS along with discussing the Cardinals firing their manager. All that and more on today's Baseball Today!
Go to https://dugoutmugs.com/today to get a FREE knob shot just pay $8.95 for shipping! Chris and Trevor talk about the Red Sox clinching the ALCS, the Giants defense shutting down the Dodgers, if the Brewers and Braves can get a big hit, Astros throwing Lance McCullers Jr out for game 4, and Joc Pederson's peals!