Podcasts about Nomar Garciaparra

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Latest podcast episodes about Nomar Garciaparra

The Boone Podcast
Nomar Garciaparra Joins The Boone Podcast!

The Boone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 97:21


6x All Star and 2x AL batting champ, Nomar Garciaparra joins The Boone Podcast.

The Dom Giordano Program
Trenton Thunder to Offer Narcan as Promotional Giveaway

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 8:46


In today's third hour, Dom welcomes in Jeff Hurley, General Manager of the Trenton Thunder, onto the Dom Giordano Program to discuss a promotional giveaway of Narcan, a first in the country, at an upcoming baseball game. First, though, Dom asks Jeff for some history of the franchise, with Hurley revealing ties to the Yankees and Red Sox and appearances by Alex Rodriguez and Nomar Garciaparra. Then, Giordano hops into a conversation centered on the controversial giveaway, with Hurley providing more information about it, telling that it's not a standard giveaway and fans will have to request the Narcan. Hurley notes the importance of addiction awareness, telling of the many Trentonians who have been affected by addiction. (Photo by Getty Images)

The Dom Giordano Program
What Should We Expect from John Fetterman?

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 45:26


Full Hour | In today's third hour, Dom welcomes in Jeff Hurley, General Manager of the Trenton Thunder, onto the Dom Giordano Program to discuss a promotional giveaway of Narcan, a first in the country, at an upcoming baseball game. First, though, Dom asks Jeff for some history of the franchise, with Hurley revealing ties to the Yankees and Red Sox and appearances by Alex Rodriguez and Nomar Garciaparra. Then, Giordano hops into a conversation centered on the controversial giveaway, with Hurley providing more information about it, telling that it's not a standard giveaway and fans will have to request the Narcan. Hurley notes the importance of addiction awareness, telling of the many Trentonians who have been affected by addiction. Then, Giordano returns to a conversation centered on national politics, taking calls from listeners offering their opinion on the Washington Post report that Trump took documents relating to nuclear secrets. Also, Dom previews a rally tonight by senate candidate John Fetterman, his public appearance since suffering a stroke back in May. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)

Bernstein & McKnight Show
Jim Margalus on struggles of White Sox (Hour 4)

Bernstein & McKnight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 32:25


In the final hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by Jim Margalus of the Sox Machine Podcast to discuss the White Sox's issues with bullpen depth, right-hander Lucas Giolito's struggles and more. They then discussed Bears rookie cornerback Kyler Gordon's role in the team's defense and the "independent study" clause that was removed from Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray's contract. Later, Holmes shared his favorite moment from the third episode of the Derek Jeter documentary series "The Captain."

Petros And Money
A Crunchy Groove Thursday (Hour 2) 6/2/22

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 40:40


The great Nomar Garciaparra on the Dodgers and rebounding from losing 3 straight to the Pirates. Great Sports Talk from the field at Dodger Stadium. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts checks-in with the boys.

The Rich Eisen Show
REShow: Paul O'Neil - Hour 2 (5-26-2022)

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 52:26


Yankees great and YES Network analyst Paul O'Neill and Rich discuss his new memoir ‘Swing and a Hit: Nine Innings of What Baseball Taught Me,' shares his favorite memories of his days in New York, says how the Cincinnati Reds' “Bad Boys” bullpen forever changed the way baseball is played, reflects on the poignancy of the 2001 World Series following the September 11 terror attacks, and reveals what it was like to be in that classic episode of ‘Seinfeld.' Red Sox fan Chris Brockman and Yankees fan Rich debate if Derek Jeter is overrated and if Nomar Garciaparra was the better shortstop. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

MNM Presents : The State of Sports
Nomar Garciaparra vs. Dustin Pedroia

MNM Presents : The State of Sports

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 25:16


Nomar Garciaparra vs. Dustin Pedroia Debate!Live Stream Saturday Night 8:30 PM EST Grizzles vs. WarriorsSocialsTwitter : @mnmsospodInstagram : @mnmsospodFacebook : @mnmsospodYoutube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQv92OmgZfgsoFRa2-I1puw

Save Par Golf Podcast
Episode 33: The Future of Golf is here! W/ ODIN Golf

Save Par Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 86:46


The guys are joined by Jordan from ODIN Golf to talk about their NFT launch and why they decided to make them. They also riff on what makes the best breakfast burrito, why Derek doesn't like salad dressing, and Nomar Garciaparra? Thank you Jordan for joining us once again! You can follow ODIN here. If you want to grab an NFT and be apart of the future of golf, check them out here. We would love to meet you! Register for our tournament here. Use code SavePar10 for 10% off your order from Liberty Ball Markers SavePar20 for 20% off at OB Golf Co Use SavePar15 for 15% off at HoleNo20 Follow Us on Instagram @SaveParGolfPodcast Beat by Aataze

IGGY Sports Talk
Shea Hillenbrand talks Mental Struggles as MLB Player & Tells Stories From Playing w/ Legends

IGGY Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 72:41


In this episode, Former MLB player Shea Hillenbrand talks about how journey to finding his true self after struggling with mental health issues throughout his successful baseball career. Even though Shea was a 2x All Star, he had many public scandals during his playing time and he explain how his mental health issues were a big reason why those occurred. Shea also tells stories from his time playing with Nomar Garciaparra, Randy Johnson, Jason Varitek, Manny Ramirez, Johnny Damon, etc. Make sure to subscribe for episode bi-weekly! Also follow IGGY Sports Talk on Instagram, Twitter and YouTube for clips from the episode. Time Stamps: Pressure of playing in Boston: 0:11-1:50 What was the pressure like playing in Boston before the curse was broken? 1:52-3:52 Getting over the doubters: 4:10- 5:45 Explains hitting a walk-off home run off of Mariano Rivera: 5:50-11:47 Explains what playing at Fenway was like: 11:48-12:29 Red Sox vs Yankees rivalry: 12:40-14:51 Players are there to entertain people: 14:59-15:24 Players can attach their identity to the game: 15:25-16:04 Explain he he peeled back the layers after he retired:16:06-19:18 The mental struggles of playing in the MLB:19:21-20:07 His advice to his young self: 20:59-21:50 Explains the difference between the player vs person: 21:51-25:42 Explain his company the MLB Mindset (this is very powerful btw): 25:43-32:36 Figuring out who your are: 32:45-37:39 Focus on seeking the fullest version of yourself: 38:18-38:43 Perspectives of pain points make us want to be normal: 38:44-40:20 Embracing the idea that you only get every second once: 40:23-46:26 Importance of Gratitude: 46:28-47:56 Experience playing with Nomar Garrciapara: 49:18-53:26 Experience playing with Manny Ramirez: 54:06-55:20 Experience playing with Johnny Damon: 55:21-56:17 Experience playing with Jason Varitek: 56:18-56:59 Experience playing with Pedro Martinez: 57:00-58:38 Experience playing with Tim Wakefield: 1:00:08-1:01:12 Experience facing Randy Johnson: 1:01:31-1:03:07 Funny Story about Derek Jeter: 1:03:09-1:03:33 Experience playing with Barry Bonds:1:03:34-1:04:22

Filibuster Freestyle
535. Move over Nomar, there's a new "Numbah 5" in Town

Filibuster Freestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 17:08


FilibusterFreestyle.com breaks down the fact that Robyn and Tiesto are fueling the 2021 Boston Red Sox and Enrique Hernandez is taking the Number 5 jersey away from the legendary Nomar Garciaparra. Plus, Tom Brady's 2021 schedule with the Bucs is a series of "baggage" games and "beef" grudge matches.

Rambling Brews Podcast
Rambling Brews - Episode 29 - The Thrill

Rambling Brews Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 63:36


Tim is back this week with an addition to the Rambling Brews family! He's fired up to break down Week 1 in the NFL, a preview of Week 2, the headlines from College Football through the first two weeks of the season, the Danbury Trashers Netflix documentary, NHL training camp starting next week, 2021-2022 NHL Season COVID-19 Protocol, Sidney Crosby's wrist surgery, Jesperi Kotkaniemi offer sheet?, Kirill Kaprizov still unsigned, the NHL to the Beijing in 2022 for the Olympics, the NHL on TNT commentating team, Derek Jeter vs Nomar Garciaparra and more! You can follow Tim on Twitter (@RamblingBrews). You can follow Tim on Instagram (@RamblingBrewsPodcast). Cheers!

Extra Innings Podcast
Extra Innings Podcast Ep. 24 (9-15-21)

Extra Innings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 33:21


In this episode we hear Nomar Garciaparra's thoughts on Derek Jeter's induction into the Hall of Fame, DV addresses Mike Piazza's recent tweet, and Andre Ethier talks about the Dodgers playoff success.

The Arash Markazi Show
USC needs to fire Clay Helton

The Arash Markazi Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 42:00


The Mightier 1090's Arash Markazi and producer Ji Hae Wiley talk about Stanford blowing out USC this weekend and why USC needs to fire Clay Helton. They also caught up with Dodger great Nomar Garciaparra.Join the Bleav Network, Arash Markazi and producer Ji Hae Wiley as they talk about all things LA sports related.And do not forget to follow or subscribe to The Arash Markazi Show on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, & I Heart Radio. Also check out his daily columns on themorningcolumn.comMusic Credit: Alright by Kendrick LamarHumble by Kendrick LamarI Get Around by 2PacTo Live and Die in L.A. by 2PacSocial Media Outlets:Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @arashmarkazi @1090themightierSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Petros And Money
Nomar Garciaparra 8/20

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2021 9:50


Former MLB player and current Dodgers analyst Nomar Garciaparra joins PMS live from Dodger Stadium before Dodgers & Mets.

Petros And Money
Petros and Money 8/20 Hour 3

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2021 33:57


PMS broadcast live from Dodger Stadium on a Frogman Friday. Nomar Garciaparra. Quick Hits. Dead & Alive.

Dodger Talk
Nomar Garciaparra (8-16-21)

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 6:05


DV chats with former Dodger and current SportsNet LA analyst, Nomar Garciaparra.

Upper Decker Podcast
Episode 73: Re-Petey The Meat

Upper Decker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 73:11


Wow! All Star Break is overrrrr we are back in business! We recap the Derby and ASG and tell you guys a little secret about who we were accompanied by to watch the ASG! We also talk Nomar Garciaparra and Barry Bonds a little before digging into Wheelhouse including.... SOME TRADES OHHHH BOY! Come check out our new website too over at upperdeckerpod.com! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/upperdeckerpod/support

Dodger Talk
Dodger Talk 7-11-21

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 45:28


DV takes your calls and talks to Nomar Garciaparra after Max Muncy hits a 3-run walk-off homer to lift the Dodgers over the D-backs, 7-4.

Dodger Talk
Dodger Talk 7-9-21

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2021 30:01


David Vassegh takes your calls and talks to Nomar Garciaparra after the Dodgers lose to the Dbacks, 5-2.

Dodger Talk
Dodger Talk 6-29-21

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 32:09


David Vassegh gets a surprise call from Dodger Third Baseman Justin Turner. David also takes your calls and talks to Nomar Garciaparra after the Dodgers beat the Giants, 3-1.

Dodger Talk
Dodger Talk 6-22-21

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 25:45


David Vassegh takes your calls and talks to Nomar Garciaparra after the Dodgers fall to the Padres, 3-2.

Petros And Money
Nomar Garciaparra 6/15 Hour 3

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 17:11


Former MLB player and current Dodgers broadcast analyst Nomar Garciaparra joins PMS live from Dodger Stadium.

Petros And Money
Petros and Money 6/15 Hour 3

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 40:29


Petros & Money broadcast live from Dodger Stadium with David Vassegh and Nomar Garciaparra.

Dodger Talk
Dodger Talk 6-15-21

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 46:03


David Vassegh takes your calls and talks to Nomar Garciaparra after the Dodgers beat the Phillies, 3-1.

Dodger Talk
Dodger Talk 6-1-21

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 26:25


David Vassegh takes your calls and talks to Nomar Garciaparra after the Dodgers lose to the Cardinals, 3-2.

Major League Beginnings Podcast
Nomar Garciaparra on His Relationship with Ted Williams, All-Star Career, ROY Campaign

Major League Beginnings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 91:14


“Nomah!” Talks Beantown, BoSox and big moments. Six-time all-star and two-time batting champ, Nomar Garciaparra takes you through his Rookie of the Year campaign, friendship with Ted Williams and his quest to hit .400.Nomar tells you what he thinks led to his trade out of Boston prior to the Red Sox 2004 World Series title and what it was like being compared to Joe DiMaggio, all while being among the game’s greatest shortstops.Join Nomar and his former teammate, Mark Sweeney, on this episode of Major League Beginnings.

Dodger Talk
Nomar Garciaparra 5-25-21

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 5:30


David Vassegh catches up with former big leaguer and current analyst Nomar Garciaparra before the Dodgers face the Astros.

Dodger Talk
Dodger Talk 5-20-21

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 32:14


David Vassegh takes your calls and talks to Nomar Garciaparra after the Dodgers complete the sweep beating the D-backs 3-2.

Locked On Dodgers – Daily Podcast On The Los Angeles Dodgers
Good Kersh, Good D, Good Hitting + Too Many No-Hitters

Locked On Dodgers – Daily Podcast On The Los Angeles Dodgers

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 38:39


Clayton Kershaw was great on Wednesday, including showing great leadership when he was taken out of the game against his will. The Dodgers played great defense, and they also took advantage of some questionable defense from the DBacks. Jeff is here to talk about it all. He also talks about the comments from Kershaw about the excess of no-hitters in MLB this year, and more specifically about Nomar Garciaparra's and Jerry Hairston's misguided responses to Kershaw's comments. Locked On Dodgers, the daily podcast about the Los Angeles Dodgers with hosts Jeff Snider and Vince Samperio, is part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Be sure to subscribe to Locked On Dodgers in the Himalaya podcast app or wherever you get your podcasts, and come back every weekday morning and spend your morning commute with two of the biggest Dodger fans you'll ever meet. Thanks for listening, and tell your friends! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!Built BarBuilt 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 AGThere 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 AutoAmazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you.WealthfrontTo get your first $5,000 managed for FREE, for life, go to wealthfront.com/LockedOnMLB Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Dodger Talk
Dodger Talk 5-18-21

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 34:03


David Vassegh talks to Nomar Garciaparra after the Dodgers beat the D-backs, 9-1.

Dodger Talk
Nomar Garciaparra 5-4-21

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 5:25


David Vassegh talks to Nomar in between games before the Dodgers get ready for the second game of a doubleheader against the Cubs.

Dodger Talk
Dodger Talk Game 1 5-4-21

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2021 49:14


David Vassegh takes your calls and talks to Nomar Garciaparra after the Dodgers drop the first game of a doubleheader against the Cubs.

Dodger Talk
Dodger Talk 4-27-21

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2021 27:05


David Vassegh takes your calls and talks to Nomar Garciaparra after the Dodgers lose to the Reds, 6-5.

Dodger Talk
Dodger Talk 4-22-21

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2021 28:40


David Vassegh takes your calls and talks to Nomar Garciaparra after the Dodgers lose to the Padres, 3-2.

Dodger Talk
Dodger Talk 4-19-21

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 28:58


David Vassegh takes your calls and talks to Nomar Garciaparra after the Dodgers lose to the Mariners, 4-3.

Dodger Talk
Dodger Talk 4-17-21

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2021 36:58


David Vassegh takes your calls and talks to Nomar Garciaparra after Clayton Kershaw and Mookie Betts lead the Dodgers to a victory over the Padres, 2-0.

Shegone Nation Podcast
Episode #6 Nomar Garciaparra

Shegone Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2021 75:09


Jeff welcomes former star major leaguer Nomar Garciaparra to the show. "Mia's Husband", as he calls himself, talks about his time in the big leagues and playing with Jeff for the Red Sox. The laugh at the pranks and buffoonery of being ball players. They talk the SheGone movement and how much Nomar enjoys Jeff's movement. This humble former super star even saved two women from drowning in the Boston Harbor. WHat an amazing story and life. Great listen once again. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Diamond Diehards
Diamond Diehards: Ex-MLB Infielder Jeff Frye, SheGone Nation

Diamond Diehards

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2021


Joe Rizzo brings you baseball. Riz & Jeff "The Dawg" Healy welcomed former MLB infielder Jeff Frye to Diamond Diehards. Frye had a nine-year career on the field, and has been working ever since as a player agent. He's found himself these days outing self-proclaiming hitting gurus and their unusual drills, many of them costing parents and players a pretty penny for the quirky instruction. Frye covered his careers on and off the field, and revealed the genesis of becoming the actual Certified Hitting Guru (that's his Instagram handle!). There was also some talk about the great Nomar Garciaparra, among other players, plus a recap of Frye's accomplishments on the field. Diehard Dads became a three-man segment for this one, as our guest joined Riz & Dawg with a good story about one of his sons. Dawg presented Veteran of the Day. It was Frye's good friend, Colonel (retired) J. Craig Flowers. Flowers served as a military intelligence officer, specializing in human intelligence. His 25 years in the US Army included a decade overseas, including three years in Morocco and 10 years in direct support of the special operations community. His final military assignment was at West Point, where he served as senior staff officer, Director of Cadet Affairs and Assistant Baseball Coach.  Please check out our sponsor, FMS Graphics (https://www.fmsgraphics.com), for all print and promotional needs. Just give 'em a shot! After all, they gave US a shot. Interact: Website (NEW!): https://DiamondDiehards.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/diamond-diehards Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/DiamondDiehards Twitter: https://twitter.com/DiamondDiehards Instagram: https://instagram.com/DiamondDiehards Watch, Listen Subscribe: iTunes: https://apple.co/2JzUd5e Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KPgZq9 Youtube: https://bit.ly/3pBAvFE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DiamondDiehards Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/diamonddiehards Stitcher: https://bit.ly/3rBzVt7 Jeff Frye Links: Twitter: https://twitter.com/O3jfrye YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwJZRTYZuQMtdLXK7f_QOng Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/certifiedhittingguru/ Website: https://shegonehitting.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JeffDFrye/

Cubs Talk Podcast
2020 Winter Meetings: Epic trade stories and meeting new coach Willie Harris

Cubs Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2020 30:43


On the third day of the Winter Meetings, the Cubs still have been quiet. So, the Cubs talk crew of David Kaplan, Maddie Lee, and Gordon Wittenmyer discuss and relive some of the trades or almost trades of Cubs past, including details on how Nomar Garciaparra became a Cub, and how the Cubs dealt Milton Bradley. Later in the podcast, the crew interviews new Cubs third base coach Willie Harris, discussing his playing career with the White Sox and what he plans to bring to the Cubs.(1:30) - A lot of movement this Winter Meetings by the league(4:35) - The story of how the Cubs traded Milton Bradley(9:03) - How Mike Piazza almost became a Cub(14:44) - Was Kris Bryant actually offered an extension?(20:18) - New Cubs third base coach Willie Harris joins the podcast(24:06) - Harris discusses his relationship with David Ross(26:40) - Harris interviewed to be the manager of the White Sox before Tony La Russa got the job

The Yipps Baseball Podcast
Former MLB catcher, Kevin Brown / Episode 27

The Yipps Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2020 111:07


Theo resigns, recap awards, Kim Ng named Marlins GM! We kick off this episode with the news of Theo Epstein of the Cubs and his resignation and let me tell ya, Brunke was very emotional. We recap MLB awards: Rookie of the Year, Cy Young, and MVP. Did Clevenger commit fraud basically stealing money from the Padres???  Last BUT certainly not least, Kim Ng named GM of the Marlins. The guys explain why this was a FANTASTIC MOVE and the NL should watch out!!! This episode's interview {23:51} features former MLB catcher, Kevin Brown (Texas Rangers, Toronto Blue Jays, Milwaukee Brewers, Boston Red Sox) and his countless stories of life in the Big Leagues surrounded by household names! Brown was a D-II college athlete yet explains why/how he was a 2nd round draft pick by the Texas Rangers, slated to become the franchise's starting catcher, yet a unfortunate event with "Pudge" Ivan Rodriguez  re-signing a hometown discount with the team ended that chance.  Brown was eventually traded to Toronto and caught Roger Clemens, Roy Halladay, and Chris Carpenter!! Brown made his way to Boston in the early 2000s and teamed up with  Manny Ramirez, Pedro Martinez, Nomar Garciaparra, Jason Varitek, Johnny Damon, and Rickey Henderson. Kevin Brown caught countless CY  Young Winners, and the list of impressive teammates is second to none! We close out the interview talking about his son, Logan, (featured in Episode 3!) and being able to coach/mentor/watch him play and rise through the minor league ranks! CONTROVERSIAL outro segment {1:30:52} is a must listen! "Starting 5" drafting the best fast food French fries!    Check our twitter to vote the winner @theyippspod Thanks for downloading and listening!!!!

Wine Access Unfiltered
Nomar Garciaparra

Wine Access Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2020 55:51


MLB All Star Nomar Garciaparra famously played shortstop for the Boston Red Sox and the Chicago Cubs. Did you know he is also a wine geek? Amanda and Vanessa explore his love of the juice and team up for major league wines and major league stories.

Executive Athletes
Episode #138-Jeremy Bhandari- Author of Trust The Grind

Executive Athletes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2020 31:07


Jeremy Bhandari was born in Ashland, Massachusetts on June 19, 1996. Unlike the plurality of babies born in the 20th century, Jeremy wriggled into the world in his mother's bedroom, rather than a hospital. His rare arrival on Earth is ironically symbolic with his life story. Before dropping him off to preschool, Jeremy's mother would spread out the sports section in the Boston Globe for her son to examine while he ate his breakfast. Jeremy, at just 4-years-old, would study the MLB standings and league leaders. At this point, circa 2001, all the Massachusetts baseball fanatics obsessed over Pedro Martinez and Nomar Garciaparra, two stars on the Boston Red Sox. When it was time for Jeremy to select his favorite player for the back of his Tee Ball card, the calculated cherub demanded that Alex Rodriguez, a shortstop for the Texas Rangers, be labeled on his individualized square. While Jeremy probably couldn't locate Texas on a map, he knew that Rodriguez was leading the American League in home runs, so why not classify him as his front-runner? Jeremy's love for sports continued to maturate as he grew older. In elementary school, he started writing fictionalized stories of baseball games, where one team would always make an epic comeback in the late-innings. Fast forward to his junior year at UMass Amherst, and Jeremy was still scripting about sports. After handing in a paper on the relationship between spending and winning in the MLB, Jeremy decided to take writing more seriously. At 23-years-old, Jeremy signed a contract with Mango Publishing and wrote Trust The Grind, which reached #1 on Amazon’s Teen/YA Fitness & Exercise bestseller list, and was most notably endorsed by NBA legend, Jason Kidd. In addition, Trust The Grind was added to the list of Summer Reading options for the students at Ashland High School (Ashland, MA). Aside from writing, Jeremy puts a strong emphasis on physical fitness, and spreading love to all those around him. https://www.amazon.com/Trust-Grind-How-World-Class-Athletes/dp/1642502448 https://twitter.com/jeremythegrind https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeremybhandari/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/executiveathletes/support

Dodger Talk
9/18 - Nomar Garciaparra

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2020 8:27


David Vassegh talks to former Dodger and current SportsNet LA analyst, Normar Garciaparra.

Only A Game | Podcast
The Farewell Show: Revisiting Our First Episode, Bill Littlefield Returns, And More

Only A Game | Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2020 48:36


On the last new episode of Only A Game, producer Martin Kessler revisits a childhood meeting with Mia Hamm and Nomar Garciaparra. Also, Doris Kearns Goodwin explains how baseball made her a better historian. And, producer Gary Waleik revisits the very first episode of Only A Game — and the precedent it set for the next 27 years. And Cari Champion and Jemele Hill discuss their time at ESPN and their new show, "Stick to Sports." Plus, Bill Littlefield returns for a conversation with Charlie Pierce. Join us!

Dodger Talk
Dodger Talk 8/23

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2020 28:48


David Vassegh takes your calls and talks to Nomar Garciaparra after the Dodgers hit 7 HR's on Mamba Day, beating the Rockies, 11-3.

Dodger Talk
8/11 - Nomar Garciaparra

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2020 4:17


David Vassegh catches up with SportsNet LA analyst Nomar Garciaparra.

FAMILIA FFB
Introducing Familia FFB & Previewing Rookie QBs

FAMILIA FFB

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2020 50:36


The inaugural edition of the Familia FFB podcast introduces co-hosts and primos Jorge Martin, Hector Reyes and Ricky Torres as they merge fantasy football talk with playful looks at growing up in a big Mexican family. The primos break wrongful perceptions about Cinco de Mayo and unveil their Chisme segment, where they take a look at recent news about several quarterbacks. Then they break down the fantasy outlook - for both 2020 and beyond - for the first 5 quarterbacks selected in the recent draft. They close with a fun Cinco de Mayo story from Jorge's Dodger days involving Nomar Garciaparra and Russell Martin.

Section 10 Podcast
Episode 323: Lou Merloni

Section 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2020 114:59


We finally got legendary Red Sox second baseman Lou Merloni to join the show! Today we talk with Lou about the memorable 1999 season for the Sox and Pedro Martinez, how he grew a close friendship with Nomar Garciaparra and some of his favorite Nomar stories, what the rougher days were like being on the Sox in the 90s, figuring out the one guy he hit two homers off of in his entire career, a full breakdown of why the results of the Red Sox investigation are still bogus, recap of the vibe in the dugout during Game 7 of the 2003 ALCS against the Yankees and what happened in the clubhouse after the disappointing loss, his transition into being a media personality and when he knew he could hold his own in that field, the percentage chance that Alex Cora returns as the Red Sox manager, if he has recovered yet from losing to Steve and Guerin in that WEEI bracket and much more! After the interview we discuss why we're all about the specifics of the latest MLB proposal to have baseball back this year and close with your phenomenal Down in the DM questions. Enjoy!

Rotoimbeciles
Rotimbeciles 3/1

Rotoimbeciles

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2020 92:06


This evening we'll talk about my 15 team redraft which starts this morning, the Freddy Peralta deal with the Brewers, Dalton Pompey and the D'Backs, the retirement of Lonnie Chisenhall, some useless baseball trivia, Nomar Garciaparra was better than OK, the extension for Aaron Bummer, and people born on Feb 29.

Dodger Talk
Max Muncy Interview at Dodgers FanFest 2020

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2020 10:00


David Vassegh, Orel Hershiser and Nomar Garciaparra interview Dodgers infielder, Max Muncy, at Dodgers FanFest 2020.

Dodger Talk
Joe Kelly Interview at Dodgers FanFest 2020

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2020 8:12


David Vassegh, Orel Hershiser and Nomar Garciaparra interview Dodgers relief pitcher, Joe Kelly, at Dodgers FanFest 2020.

Make Your Mark
EP60: Jesse Cole - Fans First! Running a Baseball Team in a Yellow Tuxedo!

Make Your Mark

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2020 52:31


Dancing grandmas? Baseball players skydiving to their positions? Just a normal day at the office for one of the most exciting, interesting, and big-picture thinking owners in sports, and my guest on the Mark Your Mark podcast, Jesse Cole. Oh, did I mention the yellow tuxedo and top hat that he wears more often than not? “I found out only 200 fans were coming to the games, and the team had been there for seven years. I made ten phone calls out to the community. The first seven phone calls no one had even heard of the team, the next two wouldn’t work with us, and the last one hung up on me. That was my first day in the office.” Jesse has completely transformed how baseball fans experience the game at the ballpark, and he’s just scratched the surface! If you stopped going to games for any reason, you have to hear this episode! “As a kid I never would’ve said yeah one day I want to be the owner of a baseball team. I just wanted to play the game. I was a kid who was hungry, who was in love with practicing, playing batting practice with my dad, fielding ground balls.”  Jesse and his Bananas will make you laugh, his team will make you cheer, and you’ll have a great time watching baseball again! This was a rollicking episode to record, laughs at every turn, and lessons learned throughout! Happy listening! “I believe if you aren’t upsetting anyone you aren’t doing anything. We embrace criticism, we’re ok with it. That means we are doing something that’s interesting, different, and exciting. If you play it safe you’re in trouble.”  “I tore my shoulder Junior year in college, and that was the end of that. In that moment it was realizing that you’ll never do what you always thought you would do the rest of your life. I broke down and was emotional, I thought about the advice my dad gave me with staying positive, and it was tough, and at that moment I had no idea what I was gonna do. But also was the best thing that ever happened to me.” “I learned then that I fell in love with playing the game, but I didn’t love watching the game. When you get injured and you have to sit and watch the game you realize the game wasn’t as executing as when you used to play.” “I heard over and over again that people didn’t like baseball, they didn’t want to take their company to a baseball game. They all thought it was too long, too slow and too boring. After the calls, and meeting with potential fans, I realized we could no longer be a baseball team. I called the team’s owner and told him we can’t be a baseball team, it needs to be like a circus. Our players need to have choreographed dances, we need to have grandma beauty pageants, I need to get in the dunk tank, we need to have Salute to Underwear nights, we need to make it ridiculous.”  “We stand against that boring game of baseball that so many people hate, and that we are going to try to make non-stop fun and exciting. We are standing for the fan. The fan deserves the game back. It’s not just about the players, the money, the owners revenue, it’s about the fan experience.”   Make sure to catch the Savannah Bananas live starting on May 28, 2020 vs. the Macon Bacon! Go here to get all the info you would need about the team and my favorite team owner Jesse Cole!  https://thesavannahbananas.com/ If you see him tell him I say hiya!   Learn how to put your company’s customers into fans with Jesse’s Fans First University https://fansfirstu.com/. His model truly works, make sure you give this a look, you’ll be thrilled you did!   Some Topics we talk about in this episode:    2.35 - Welcome  3:00 - The man in the yellow tux  4:25 - A shared passion for the fans first experience  5:10 - 42 page spread in entrepreneur magazine  6:00 - The spark for baseball  7:00 - A new perspective of baseball  8:00 - The injury  9:35 - That’s where it all changed  11:45 - Just start! 12:05 - I fell in love with the idea of getting people excited  13:35 - The internship  14:50 - I never questioned what I am doing  15:10 - People didn’t like baseball so I changed that  15:40 - We need to make the game a circus  16:55 - Our game is not a game, it’s a show  17:15 - Measuring the success in moments  18:10 - The best show in sports  19:45 - Proposing marriage at the Gastonia game  21:25 - Taking over in Savannah 23:00 - We embrace criticism!  23:20 - This is who we are and it’s outrageous  25:40 - What do you stand for? We stand for the fan.  26:15 - Making it interactive, against the traditionalists of baseball  28:40 - Already a waitlist for 2021 30:50 - The idea book 32:00 - We put ourselves in the customer’s shoes and go undercover   33:45 - Test things and consider your next at bat  36:00 - Fans first experience workshops 36:30 - Your fans are your biggest marketers  36:45 - PFT - Perfect Fan Testimonial 40:45 - Bringing fan first to the world 42:20 - What’s the leadership style of the post office?  42:50 - Hit Your Mark  43:10 - Nomar Garciaparra and Pedro Martinez 43:50 - First time booed on a podcast! 46:15 - How I want to be remembered 47:00 - Thousands of thank you letters 47:45 - Caller ID Unknown was Simon Sinek 49:30 - Play the long game, don’t reach out to ask 50:40 - The human connection How to get involved   Be sure to connect with me on Social Media @MarkMoyerCoach and go to my website, www.markmoyer.com to get access to the tips and strategies that my coaching clients get directly.   If you would like to be a guest on the Make Your Mark podcast and/or know someone else who has either been an athlete, in a role within the sports industry, or a military veteran, and have made a successful transition into a new role, I’d love to hear from you! Just send me an email Mark@MarkMoyer.com and we’ll discuss!   If you would like more information on how I can get you unstuck and moving forward with your transition, let’s talk. We can see whether it makes sense to work directly with me, or I can give you other options, but don’t let your transition wait another day, let’s connect!   Be sure to subscribe and leave me a quick review on iTunes. Your reviews and ratings will help me reach more people with ways to make their mark in life, business and career!   How are YOU going to Make Your Mark today? Go get ‘em!

Talking Pictures with Paul Booth
Talking Pictures: Dodger Storie's Six Decades in LA (PBS Advanced Review)

Talking Pictures with Paul Booth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2019 28:19


Host Paul Booth and Co-Executive Producer Carolyn Booth review this new documentary. The Dodgers have been in our family for (now) a third generation. PBS SoCal and KCET, Southern California's home for award-winning public media programming and premieres of new PBS programs, announced today the debut of a new documentary DODGERS STORIES: 6 DECADES IN LA. The special is a look back at the colorful history of the team through the eyes of the fans, as well as the players. Through archival footage, interviews and historical photos, the program will explore the rich saga of the team that has been in LA since 1958. The program premieres this Thanksgiving on Thurs., Nov. 28 at 7 p.m. on PBS SoCal and will also air at 8:30 p.m. on KCET. Following the broadcast, the film will be available for streaming exclusively on PBS Passport, the member-supported streaming service. The list of Dodgers greats featured in the program is prolific, from Roy Campanella and Jackie Robinson to Don Drysdale and Sandy Koufax, as well as Orel Hershiser and Fernando Valenzuela. The film will include interviews with former all-star players including Steve Garvey, Bill Russell, Ron Cey, Steve Yeager, Manny Mota, Steve Sax, Nomar Garciaparra, Kenny Landreaux and others about their most memorable games. Current Dodgers player Justin Turner shares his thoughts about being part of the Dodgers history. Other Dodgers legends featured include former manager Tommy Lasorda and former LA mayor James Hahn, who was a Dodgers batboy. Also included are celebrated sportscasters Vin Scully and Jaime Jarrin, as well as in-depth interviews with Dodgers historian Mark Langill and former LA councilmember Rosalind Wyman, who was influential in bringing the Dodgers from Brooklyn to Los Angeles. Rather than a chronological history of the team in LA, the program is divided into themes such as “The Stadium,” “Rivalries,” and “Trailblazers.”

Lobey, Lynchie and Friends with Hank Morse Podcast

Lobey, Lynchie and Hank talk about Dwight Evans being added to the Baseball Hall of Fame Modern Era Committee ballot for consideration. He has some astounding numbers when you look a the 1980's decade. They also talked about Nomar Garciaparra and his transition from popular, young superstar to disgruntled egomaniac. Lynch has a story about some of Nomar's ugly behavior! There is also quite a story about why Manny Ramirez once missed a game and Hank tells a story about Curt Schilling, as told to him by Bill Monbouquette! They also talked about the Patriots' loss to the Ravens, which team remaining on their schedule can still beat them and how much of the loss was Tom Brady's fault. Did you know Lobey and Lynchie were also Hollywood actors? Yes they were.They'll tell you that story and a little tease about a big time Bob Lobel golf experience involving Jack Nicklaus!

Dodger Talk
8/16 Nomar Garciaparra

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2019 8:04


DV with Nomar Garciaparra

Dodger Talk
7/27 Nomar Garciaparra

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2019 4:13


Passed Ball Show
Passed Ball Show #425 (6/12/2019)

Passed Ball Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2019 36:28


6-12-2019 Passed Ball Show- John opens up this edition by recapping his reasons of why MLB managers have limited to no power and therefore, should have limited to not as much accountability. John then talks about MLB pitching matchups and how they are overrated in this generation as opposed to past ones. John then talks about the Kawai Leonard/ DeMar DeRozan trade and whether it was better that the Toronto Raptors got Leonard than they got rid of DeRozan and sites examples of Tiki Barber, George Foster and Nomar Garciaparra as why sometimes getting rid of a star player can lead a team to prominence. John also sites Yoenis Cespedes and Justin Verlander as examples of stars that were the reason a team made it to a championship setting. John then talks about Chris Blewitt and other examples of players who had ironic names such as Andy Friese and Grant Balfour. Other names have sexual innuendos and yet others are people exercising their rites to legally change their names.

Sports Like a Boss with Holly McPeak & Anne Marie Anderson
All-Star Slugger: Nomar Garciaparra

Sports Like a Boss with Holly McPeak & Anne Marie Anderson

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2019 49:45


Former MLB All-Star Nomar Garciaparra talks about his work ethic as a former player, parent, and current MLB analyst as well as the wisdom he's learned over the years from his father, being a part of baseball's greatest rivalries, and knowing when it was time to hang it all up.

Petros And Money
Nomar Garciaparra

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2019 11:54


PMS talks to former Dodger and current analyst Nomar Garciaparra.

Punch Out With Katie and Kerry
S01 E01: Dad Jokes, Horror Movies, and Ordering Beer in Foreign Languages

Punch Out With Katie and Kerry

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2019 24:23


Your favorite people spend most of their interview time talking about work: offering up professional insights, sharing the latest thinking on topics of choice, and discussing their latest projects. But there's SO much more to unpack! When you punch out of work, you refocus on your personal passions and side interests. That’s exactly what my "Punching Out" co-host, Katie Robbert, and I want to explore. On Punch Out With Katie and Kerry, you’ll get to hear about people's fun hobbies, weird collections, and side hustles. For Episode 1 of Season 1, Katie and I cover what we do for fun. Other Season 1 episodes will feature well known personalities including Chris Brogan, Mark Schaefer, Christopher Penn, and Katie Martell! In this inaugural episode, we cover: Why people should tune in to the Punching Out Podcast Why dad jokes are the best - and not told exclusively by dads What activities fall into hobbies, interests and side hustles Bad student films and good movies KenTacoHut This episode of Punch Out With Katie and Kerry is sponsored by Trust Insights. Are you feeling less than confident in your marketing metrics, looking for some help automating your tasks, or wondering what topics are most important to your audience? Using machine learning and artificial intelligence, Trust Insights will help you light up your dark data. Visit trustinsights.ai/punchingout for more information. Punch Out With Katie and Kerry (#PunchOut) is the show that dives deeper into topics you care about. We don't ask the questions everyone else does. We get to the real insights (and the weird hobbies, the guilty pleasures, the secret side hustles...the good stuff)! We find out what really makes your favorite people tick. Punch out with Katie and Kerry! Have a cool hobby or side interest you want to talk about on the show? Let us know: Web: www.punchoutwithus.comEmail: punchoutwithus@gmail.com Hosts: Kerry O’Shea Gorgone (@KerryGorgone) & Katie Robbert (@katierobbert) Transcript: Kerry Gorgone 0:00 Katie, Do you know any dad jokes? Katie Robbert 0:00 As a matter of fact, I do. Did you hear the one about the restaurant on the moon? No great food, no atmosphere. INTRO: Sometimes you just want to talk about something other than work. Katie Roberto and Kerry O’Shea are going get to the weird hobbies guilty pleasures and secret side hustlers. The good stuff about all your favorite people. Punch Out with Katie and Kerry. Kerry Gorgone 0:29 Hi everyone. Welcome to the inaugural episode of The Punching Out Podcast with me, Kerry O’Shea Gorgone and Katie Robbert from Trust Insights. Hey, Katie big first episode you excited. Katie Robbert 0:32 I am beyond excited. This is something I’ve always wanted to be able to do. Like on my own terms, not for a company, not for anyone else’s agenda. And I’m so excited that we finally get to do something like this. Kerry Gorgone 0:52 I have been talking about marketing on the marketing smarts podcast for Marketingprofs for about five years. And I love it. I still love it. But I was ready to talk about something else. I kind of felt like with every guest, they would bring something up. And I would think I’d be so interesting to find out more about that. But it was like a hobby, or a side hustle or a cause they supported or something and didn’t really have a place in a business discussion about marketing. So now we can talk about all those things. Katie Katie Robbert 1:16 well, and it’s you know, it’s something that I think is also so important because especially at trust insights, we really challenge our employees to be well rounded, and not just work 15, 16, 20 hours a day. You know, we want people to have outside hobbies and have other passions outside of marketing. It’s just a really healthy way to live. And so I think that this is the perfect complement to what you and I both do. Kerry Gorgone 1:41 It’s like the movie “The Firm” with Tom Cruise when he goes to join that law firm. And they’re like, the firm encourages children firm doesn’t forbid wives from working. You guys are like “The Firm”. Katie Robbert 1:51 So, so similar, but not we do not enforce children. Thank goodness, we strongly suggest we don’t enforce Kerry Gorgone 2:03 children are not a hobby. Anyway, they’re more of a side hustle. But I would say it’s like your full time gig. No matter what is going on Katie Robbert 2:11 It’s kind of like the show “diners, drive ins and dives.” They try to fit everything into one of those three categories. So we fit kids into a side hustle because we have hobbies, interests, and side hustles. So it’s like the same thing. Hobbies, Kerry Gorgone 2:25 You're into dad jokes. Katie Robbert 2:27 I loved that job. You Unknown 2:28 don’t have good Did your dad joke? No. Katie Robbert 2:31 I want you know, I blame my own dad for it. He taught me some of the worst jokes that I’ve ever learned. including some really bad sea shanties and limericks Kerry Gorgone Oh. Like pG 13. Kerry Gorgone Yeah, yes. And no. Kerry Gorgone 2:48 Telling me a dad joke, Katie. Katie Robbert Okay. Kerry Gorgone Something you learned by the shanty? Katie Robbert 2:56 Well, here’s here’s a good dad joke. This is very typical of something that might dad would tell me how many apples grow on a tree? Kerry Gorgone How many Katie Robbert all of them. Kerry Gorgone 3:07 And that is the reaction you’re going for. Katie Robbert 3:09 I don’t have what, like an Alexa or Google Home. But I’ve been told that if you do have one, you can actually install a program that you can say, Alexa, tell me a dad joke. And chills. Just start telling you bad jokes. And if I were to invest in like a Google Home, and Alexa. That would be the only reason why. it’s just have someone tell me bad jokes all day long. Kerry Gorgone 3:30 But why dad jokes in particular, I mean, moms can tell terrible joke. I tell a ton of mom jokes. By the way. Katie Robbert 3:35 I think it’s just the what is always been called. I don’t think it’s actually necessarily has to be told by a dad. Like, I’m not a dad that I know of. So I think it’s just called a dad joke. Because that’s what people understand them to be. But I mean, anyone can tell a bad joke. A lot of people tell bad jokes. I think the difference is, anyone can tell them bad joke, but it’s considered a dad joke If you kind of get that eye roll and groan, of like, ”Oh my god, that’s so dumb. It’s funny.” And I guess that’s the difference. Kerry Gorgone 4:10 This is the best. Like, what do you call an elephant that doesn’t matter? An irrelevant. Katie Robbert 4:20 I’m gonna have to save that one. Kerry Gorgone 4:22 So dad jokes as a hobby. Just break that out. When you guys have company or what? Katie Robbert 4:25 I don’t even need company. I’ll just, I mean if my husband is sitting even somewhere within like, 10 feet of me. I’ll just start you know, telling jokes. Kerry Gorgone Adam. Sure. You really like that. Katie Robbert There’s a reason he married me. He actually really does and the worst the better and then he’ll take them to work with him and then start telling them Kerry Gorgone 4:47 how did the dogs like him because you have dogs, right. Katie Robbert 4:50 I do, I have two Newfoundland’s one is just under 200 pounds. And the other one is a little hundred-pound bruiser. They tell their own jokes they think it’s funny to pull pranks the other day they pretended, like, so I had gotten up a little bit later than I normally do. And they pretended they hadn’t eaten so they got two breakfasts so you know so they pulled a prank and my husband rolled into the room he’s like oh so they didn’t tell you that they’ve already and I was like “Oh guys you got me” Kerry Gorgone 5:19 you’re going to have like morbidly obese already giant Katie Robbert 5:25 no, they eat a normal diet that was that was only one out of you know, the five years that we’ve been doing this that they’ve pulled that prank Kerry Gorgone 5:32 Well, normally will be talking to other people about their weird collections and fun hobbies and side hustlers and causes that they support but, you know, we thought for this first episode of The Punching Out Podcast that we would find out about the weird things that you do Katie Robbert 5:44 well, and you Kerry Kerry Gorgone 5:46 and me but you know, I don’t have anything as exotic as dad jokes and enormous dogs that I overfeed. I don’t even have a goldfish. I just have children and they make an effort not to overfeed them. Although I can say that that always goes on according to plan. Katie Robbert 6:00 Well, we have established that children are a side hustle. Do you have any interesting hobbies? Or do you collect anything? Kerry Gorgone 6:08 I think kids are like tiny thugs to take over your whole life. That’s pretty much so I mean, side hustle, I would hesitate to categorize them as but before I had kids, I was at the movies every weekend. You know how they used to tell jokes or they’d have trivia at the beginning of every movie. And you know while they were well before the movie started I got to the point where I knew what the next revolution was going to be before the before it came up. I just been to so many movies anymore as like yes not that they actually give you prizes for that or anything but I felt like every crap movie that came out between 1990 and now Katie Robbert 6:44 what were some of your favorites Kerry Gorgone 6:46 Um, I don’t even know why I went to see Titanic because I was like everybody knows how it ends I will say that the lower my expectations the better my reaction when it is not terrible and so I was like oh man that was a amazing like the effects there is a way that the another one along the same lines with Varsity Blues expected to be god awful and when it wasn’t that bad I was so thrilled that it wasn’t that bad Don’t ask me why I think I had run through all the good movies that’s what happens right because movies stay out for a while and I was down to like the seeds and stuff as they say in certain the circles and so he went to see “Varsity Blues”, fully expecting it to be awful. And it was all right. I tend to like horror movies a lot. And so fairly recently I took my mom to see the first purge Katie Robbert wow Kerry Gorgone I know! that was another season says it’s kinda weekend. But you know what, she actually liked it too, because there’s a lot of action and stuff so and you don’t really need to have seen the rest of them because it is supposed to be the origin story. And if you’re familiar with the purge movies, like they locked down the city and everyone’s allowed to do whatever they want. Including kill people for like, 12 hours or 24, I forget, maybe 12 Katie Robbert 7:59 I haven’t seen but I do love an origin story. So are they are without giving anything away. So if you’re in your house, our people love to break into your house. Like Are there any rules with the purge? Or is it just, everything goes? Kerry Gorgone 8:15 everything’s legal, everything. Yeah. And so that’s the thing. So they’ll obviously to be targeting certain people. But their idea, I think, is that the kind of like, the lower classes would just kill each other, this terrible evil, horrible thing, right? And you get to see the beginnings of it, like, how it unfolded and how it actually whatever. But so I was surprised by that movie, too. I mean, that’s not none of these are like the best movies that I’ve seen. Terrible that I was, I was one of those nerds. It was like at the midnight showings for the Lord of the Rings movies, when they came out like it did all of that all the superhero movies, all the horror movies, the really good ones, there were some that were disappointing. I’ve seen some critically acclaimed movies that turned out to be in my opinion, awful like the “Witch” Katie Robbert 8:56 is that the one where the W looks like two V’s? Kerry Gorgone 8:59 I don’t remember. I don’t remember it. Seeing on Rotten Tomatoes. It had like this ridiculously high score, you know, that movie ratings website and I thought, you know, give it a whirl and they turned up for it. And it was it was just terrible, really slow moving and depressing as hell. And I was like, I want two and a half hours of my life back so angry. Katie Robbert 9:17 I think I see that one pop up on Netflix because I also watch a lot of horror movies and I’ve watched a lot of bad ones. I think one of the worst ones I watched was on a flight back from San Francisco to Boston and it was “the pretty thing that lives in the walls” Kerry Gorgone I haven’t seen that Katie Robbert and just in general like the title sounds like oh that’ll be really interesting and the preview was really interesting but there was almost no dialogue and it was like a single shot on the actress the whole time and it just was so slow and so terrible and I was really disappointed because I was really hoping to watch you know a really exciting horror movie so instead I switched over to Stephen King’s thinner which was way better yeah and on a plane when other people are trying to figure out what you’re doing like the guy next to me was horrified Kerry Gorgone 10:04 I bet well even the made for TV Stephen King movies are going to be better than some of the stuff that’s out there I like the ones that they release it seems like in Paris like to similar movies with a similar story like Armageddon and Deep Impact right and then you’re like Armageddon was so much better way better Yes Are there was deep blue sea and then there was a deep rising or something and one was about smart sharks for the other was about but anyway so I like those kinds of barriers you know comparing which was better and stuff you know i’m a movie buff and it’s partly about the experience I kind of like getting out and going to the theater Katie Robbert 10:37 so I don’t know if you know this Kerry but I actually have a film degree no way I studied film at Fitchburg state it was college back them now it’s University Kerry Gorgone 10:49 it matriculated Katie Robbert 10:51 so I to have made a bad student film in my day. And because I also love horror movies. That was the genre that I kept trying to make. But what would happen was we would the team and I would set out to make this horror movie and it would turn into a comedy. So we just rolled with it. And we ended up making this one called quiet hours. Because you know, when you’re in college, you have no budget, you have to kind of have to work with like the surroundings that you have. So we came up with this plot where there is this one, like sort of psychopathic kid who was trying to study during finals. And during finals, you have the quiet hour. So like every floor, every dorm has to be like no music, no parties, that kind of a thing. Kerry Gorgone 11:32 I was a Resident Assistant, I enforce this. Katie Robbert 11:35 And so you know, and so basically what would happen was he was he started murdering all of the people who were violating quiet hours. Who hasn’t wanted to do that. So you had someone who was singing in the shower, so there was a shower murder scene. And of course, he was singing that Maxwell’s “I always feel like somebody’s watching me” Kerry Gorgone 11:54 of course you’ve got clearance for that. Katie Robbert 11:56 I mean, yes, of course. There was a kid who was that was this was back in the day when they were actual phones tethered to walls. So there was a phone booth so we had somebody loudly arguing with their girlfriend in a phone booth so there was a phone booth killing seen lots of like, small on Kerry Gorgone Oh my god, phone booths. When was the last time you saw a phone booth, Katie? Katie Robbert that’s a really good question. I don’t know. Kerry Gorgone 12:21 I mean outside of the movies? Katie Robbert 12:23 Yeah, probably outside the pop Geno’s down the street Kerry Gorgone 12:26 We have a KenTacoHut. Katie Robbert A whaaaat? Kerry Gorgone A Kentucky Fried Chicken Taco Bell, Pizza Hut all in one Katie Robbert 12:33 oh my god – fancy Kerry Gorgone 12:35 I know right. Katie Robbert 12:37 I live I think I live too far into the sticks to have anything like that SPONSOR This episode of The Punching Out Podcast is sponsored by Trust Insights. Are you feeling less than confident in your marketing metrics, looking for some help automating your tasks, or wondering what topics are most important to your audience? Using machine learning and artificial intelligence, Trust Insights will help you light up your dark data. Visit trustinsights.ai/PunchingOut for more information. Kerry Gorgone 13:05 Well, I’m guessing your movie making career didn’t take off the way you hoped Katie Robbert 13:09 it didn’t. So after college, I interned for a production company and they produced a lot of local commercials. They worked with the Boston Red Sox and a lot of the charitable foundations and at the time Nomar Garciaparra no mas Noma was on the Red Sox. And so we would follow him around because he had the Nomar sorry, the Noma five funds. So we all summer I just got to follow around, Nomar and sort of like, he dedicated a playground and did like a children’s bowling league, and those types of things to sort of like, really give back. And then after that, I, after the internship was over, I fell in and started working with a casting agency. And that’s when I decided that I didn’t really want to go down that road. And at the time, the movie production hadn’t really come to Boston, that was probably like another 10 years out. And so I couldn’t afford to move to New York or Los Angeles, I didn’t really want to do casting. And I didn’t want the instability of doing freelance. And so I moved on to a regular office job. But the good news as it led me to where I am today. Kerry Gorgone 14:20 Yeah, I think it’s hard to make sense that your career journey until you kind of look backwards on it. But I love when your hobbies can inform what it is you want to do with the kind of the rest of your life. And they even help you make connections with people like I’ve connected with people over the fact that my favorite movie is part of the Evil Dead Series. I love all those Bruce Campbell movies, the really cheesy, Evil Dead series, my favorites, Katie Robbert 14:41 So good, Kerry Gorgone 14:42 an Army of Darkness, I think it’s probably my favorite of the series. And so I’ve had conversations with people, I’m a lawyer, I don’t practice now. But when I did, I did have a lot of conversations about things like copyright clearance for using different things in academic textbooks or other kind of contexts. And so you know, while I was chatting with people, because you kind of butter and Katie, you go butter people up so you can get what you want, get the Versa that you need. And haven’t mentioned that that was one of my favorite movies. And the guy on the other end was like, really, oh, man, I have a soundboard of all the stuff he says that it’s like, all these effects, and all its everything. And then I got my permission, whatever else got asked out on a date, which I had to like, politely decline. But I got the clearance. And it was in part due to the fact that I shared about my hobby, or my interest in movies. And we like connected over it. Katie Robbert 15:27 And I think that that’s a really good tie in because that’s really one of the things that we’re trying to accomplish with this show, is to show everyone the other sides of, you know, these marketers, and these people who are really big in the industry, people know what they do professionally. But they have very little opportunity to talk about what they like, and enjoy outside of their work. And it’s just another opportunity for people to connect, you know, when you and I started getting to know each other, we found out how many millions of things we have in common, we’re essentially the same person Unknown 16:02 you’re about, you know, better. Katie Robbert 16:05 But it’s really interesting when you break it down. Because we were even talking this morning about our love of horror movies. And we were just sharing referrals of like, you should watch this movie, you should watch this movie. And I know we have other guests coming up this season that we’ve been able to do that with Personally, I know like john wall, for example, he and I bonded over I love our shared love of 90s new jack swing music. And we could talk for hours about it, and he’ll send me audio tracks and things that he’s hijacked. And it’s awesome. We just talked about music for hours. Kerry Gorgone 16:36 So that’s the thing when your job like mine is, is to interview people about their professional pursuits, and accomplishments, about topics of interest that can benefit marketers, which I love. Like I said, it’s a little bit limiting. And I think for the people themselves, sometimes like, they’ll give you a little glimpse into what they do when they punch out when they’re done with work for the day. And you just think, Oh, I really want to know more about that. So this in our first season of punching out is going to be really exciting with people with all kinds of quirky little hobbies, some really meaningful side interests and causes they support. And it’s been really fascinating. I like finding out why people do the things that they do, like you like to travel. But on a beer budget. Katie Robbert 17:16 Yeah, I have champagne tastes, and a beer budget dream. You know, one of the things that so I live in Massachusetts, and there’s this nonprofit organization that my husband and I love to support called the Trustees of Reservations. And their whole mission is to preserve open space all around Massachusetts, so that you can preserve it for, you know, future generations so that you don’t have too many houses go up and those types of things. And so they have, I want to say about 125 properties all around Massachusetts, that vary from farms and hiking trails, and camping grounds. And they even have one right in the Boston Market where they teach cooking classes. And so they have this challenge to try to hit all of their different properties. And people participate. And they tweet about it, they post pictures of all of the different properties that they visit. Now, we’ve only gotten to about 20 or so properties, but most of the properties are actually free for people to visit. And we actually got married on one of their properties. And we were able to support them by making a donation to the property and we as people who don’t have a lot of money, we’re able to get a relatively inexpensive wedding venue, but it was a beautiful venue because it had, you know, like a covered picnic area. It was on the water. It was lovely. It rained all day, but it was still lovely. Kerry Gorgone 18:39 I thought he did it on the fly. Like quick, let’s do this thing before they Unknown 18:43 like Haha, too late. We did it. Unknown 18:49 Next marriage Katie Robbert 18:52 maybe next time. You know how many ideas for next time? Kerry Gorgone 18:56 Well, you can renew your vows if this one works out. I mean, you never know. You know, Katie Robbert 18:59 you never know, you never know Kerry Gorgone 19:02 at least you’ve stuck with it. I think my biggest thing with finding any hobby like I just started guitar lessons in October. the very end. When I say October, I mean like October 31. So I wore my Harley Quinn costume to the guitar shop for my first guitar. Lesson. Marketingprofs, where I work, is doing a learning challenge. And they’re like, devote five hours a week to doing something new. And everybody was like, You should learn to code do something, you know, professionally valuable. And I’m like, no. So I didn’t want I didn’t want to. Because for me punching out as an actual psychological phenomenon that has to happen. So I can decompress. So I decided to try something I’ve never done before play string instrument. When I was in elementary school, I played the flute. Katie Robbert 19:42 I also played the flute Kerry Gorgone 19:44 and not well, I didn’t play it well. But they were like, that’s what we need. You’re going to play the flute. And I hated it. I hated like every second of it. So I was never going to touch that again. And string instrument was totally different to me. So that’s what I do now. And I take a 30 minute less than a week from a super cool guy who could do with his little finger more than I can manage with both hands at a lot. We’re tell it that I have doubt. But I’m enjoying it. But the other thing I do is learn languages, little pieces of languages, not the whole language where you could talk to someone, Katie Robbert 20:12 but like enough that if you want us to travel to that country, you could get by Kerry Gorgone 20:16 maybe with the combination of some gestures Google Translate or something like I could ask in check for directions to Prague Castle. I could get a menu I could get some beer. These are all important things. Very important things a great I can’t even find a star last survey. So yes, I could find the business district Katie Robbert 20:38 would me hold don’t. Kerry Gorgone 20:41 Why do I know that I could give somebody my business card to dm Lee enough. She think that’s really good. I think I enjoy learning languages like the sounds. And when I learned them, I can do it. You know, in the pronunciation of whoever it is. It taught me like, I can mimic it really well. But I can’t ever find a conversational partner to take me to the next level. So I don’t get fluent. And at that point, I just like hop to the next one. So I’ve got the little Spanish, a little German, a little check a little Japanese, nothing that will get me very far anywhere. I know. It’s so funny. I’m just at this point. I’m probably on to cling on. I don’t know what I’ll do after that. Katie Robbert 21:19 I think I know some people who can help you out with that. Well, that I know, right? Kerry Gorgone 21:23 It’s so funny. And never mind that coding is a language. I mean, I’ve had that bill of goods sold to me also, oh, you should learn PHP or you should learn, you know, Ruby on Rails or whatever. And I’m like, no, it’s To me, it’s different. There’s something about learning like a romance language, you know, code. So I don’t know all these things, I think just get different cylinders firing in your brain. And that has to be a good thing. Katie Robbert 21:45 It absolutely is a good thing. So I’m excited for this season of the Punching Out Podcast. I’m excited to learn what other people are doing. We know so much about them as professionals, but I just want to know them as people. And I think honestly, that makes their marketing better when it’s authentic, and it’s genuine and it’s from their own perspective. So I’m, I’m really jealous. I can’t wait to hear what other people are up to. Kerry Gorgone 22:06 Well, let’s give people a sneak peek. Who do we have coming up, Katie? Katie Robbert 22:09 So, we have john wall who is co-host of marketing over coffee. He’s been doing that for well over 10 years. We have Gini Dietrich. She is the owner and CEO of spin sucks. We have Chris Brogan. We have Chris Penn. We have a lot of really good names. Kerry Gorgone 22:32 You have Katie Martell and a lot of really fun kind of obscure hobbies. Katie Robbert 22:35 Yeah, I know I’m leaving some people out. But you’ll have to listen and just sort of find out what these people are up to. There are some really cool things coming up. Kerry Gorgone 22:42 And if you have a weird hobby, by all means, let us know. We want to hear about it, so Katie, and I are both on Twitter. I’m at @kerrygorgone.. Katie, what’s your handle? Katie Robbert 22:50 I’m at @katierobbert, and that’s Robert with two B’s Kerry Gorgone Wow that’s complicated Katie Robbert Man, Tell me about it you know the family is divided down to like two sides you’re either a “row bear” or “row-bert”, nobody is a “Robert” and I think I get it wrong most of the time. It’s my married name. My maiden name is just as complicated so let’s just go with @katierobbert, that’s Robert with two B’s. Kerry Gorgone 23:16 I think “row-bear” is much classier than “row-bert” Katie Robbert 23:19 Well you can you can tell my husband’s mom that Kerry Gorgone Hard pass. How about a dad joke? Katie Robbert Okay how about this: The graveyard looks overcrowded people must be dying to get in there Kerry Gorgone 23:38 terrible Katie Robbert 23:41 but it’s so good. Kerry Gorgone 23:44 I look forward to hearing more about other people’s hobbies Katie Robbert 23:49 next time on The Punching Out Podcast more dad jokes Kerry Gorgone 23:53 that’s it will see our subscriber count dropped its here OUTRO 23:59 Thanks for listening to Punching Out Podcast. If you like what you heard today, please do leave us a review or rating on iTunes. If you have a weird how do you want to talk about reach out to us on Twitter at @kerrygorgone and at @katierobbert – Talk with you next time, I’m punching out!

Daddy Unscripted Podcast
David Newhan: Living a Major League Miracle

Daddy Unscripted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2019 73:03


In Episode 58, former major league baseball player David Newhan tells some remarkable stories. He fought through his minor league journey and when his shot for making a big league roster arrived, he made it impossible for them to put him back on the bench. When he had a horrific accident nearly 10 years ago, he fought, quite literally, for his life with that very same tenacity.In October of 2016, Episodes 19 & 20 of the podcast featured my conversations with hall of fame baseball writer Ross Newhan. Yes. You're making the right connection there: Ross is David's dad. When I sat with Ross, the hope was always that he and David would become a Father/Son package on Daddy Unscripted at some point. That time has finally arrived.David had unique access to professional baseball players from a young age. He was born into a home with two baseball-loving parents and his interest in baseball never wavered. While his dad was working over the long and grueling seasons, David was busy bettering himself as a young baseball player. And he did it well. So well that he went on to play in college.Following a season at Cypress College, David went on to play for Georgia Tech in 1993. His teammates there included Nomar Garciaparra, Jason Varitek and Jay Payton. To complete his collegiate play, he spent the next two years back in California, putting up huge numbers at Pepperdine University. He was drafted in the amateur draft later that year by the Oakland A's organization.David spent 3 years in the A's minor league system before being traded to the Padres. His career then went the way of many minor league journeymen: he has played at the minor and major league level for 10 different baseball organizations. It was with the Orioles that David saw his most significant success. In 2004, during a call-up to the big league club, he took the baseball world by storm. He even had a 20-game hit streak.One of the moments a lot of baseball people may remember most would be a hit off of Pedro Martinez in Fenway Park. He drove the ball deep off of the center field wall, Johnny Damon fielded it and threw it toward the infield. Out of nowhere, and for completely unknown reasons, Manny Ramirez cut off the throw going to the cut-off man. In a true display of "Manny Being Manny", the oddball play allowed for Newhan to get an inside-the-park home run off of one of the best pitchers to play the game.His career hit some turbulence in the seasons to follow; some significant injuries did not help. In 2009, David was signed by the Philadelphia Phillies as a player-coach for their Triple-A squad. That summer, while at his home in Oceanside, CA, everything would change.David's re-telling of the fateful day surfing in the ocean brought chills, even though I am no stranger to the story. Remarkable, amazing, astounding, unbelievable and miraculous: all of these words come to mind to describe what took place. As he dove unsuspectingly into a sandbar and fractured his C2 vertebrae. The injury is known by doctors as "the Hangman's fracture" -- it's the same injury that actor Christopher Reeve suffered that left him a quadriplegic.It is truly almost insane to think that David was not only somehow able to keep from drowning in the ocean, but he made it to shore and was able to walk home. If that's not enough to wow you, consider the fact that in 2011 David accepted an invitation to spring training with the San Diego Padres.After spending some time as the assistant hitting coach with the Detroit Tigers, David's path has brought him right back to California. He is about to start his third season as the Angels' minor league infield coordinator. I would be shocked if David isn't managing a big league team at some point in his career.I encourage anyone to complete the circle by listening to both of the Newhan generations' tales of life. It's very interesting to hear the connections between their stories. I know that sounds so obvious that I must be dumb for even pointing it out. But, with both of their... Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/daddyunscripted. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Wheelhouse Baseball Podcast
15) Superstitions

Wheelhouse Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2019 48:25


The boys get together and talk about many different superstitions. From Jason Giambi's golden thong, to Nomar Garciaparra's meticulous at-bat routine, the boys have managed to find a number of crazy superstitions!

Lunchtime With Roggin And Rodney
10/26 Nomar Garciaparra

Lunchtime With Roggin And Rodney

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2018 10:32


Former Dodgers and Red Sox player and current Sportsnet LA analyst joins the guys to discuss how the Dodgers can notch their first win in the World Series in Game 3 tonight.

Dodger Talk
Nomar Garciaparra (10/22)

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2018 18:47


the former Red Sox and Dodgers SS joins Steve Sax and Tim Cates on the World Series Morning Show

Petros And Money
(8/14) Nomar Garciaparra

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2018 11:55


Former Dodger shortstop and current SportsNet LA analyst Nomar Garciaparra calls in to the Petros and Money Show live from Dodger Stadium.

Petros And Money
Hour 3 (8/14) Flip Top Story. Nomar Garciaparra. Bobblehead Talk.

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2018 40:08


Flip Top Story. Nomar Garciaparra. Bobblehead Talk.

Dodger Talk
7-25 Nomar Garciaparra

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2018 3:53


DV with Nomar Garciaparra

Dodger Talk
Nomar Garciaparra (6/11)

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2018 3:22


DV with Nomar Garciaparra.

Section 10 Podcast
Episode 176: Triston Casas

Section 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2018 81:34


You got that right folks, today we are joined by the first pick of the Boston Red Sox in the 2018 MLB Draft: Triston Casas. Get to know the name, because this kid's a stud. Before the interview we talk JD Martinez's brilliance and one specific part of his game that not enough people notice, we have a unique challenge this week for the listeners, do a fake Felger & Mazz get upset about something useless debate, talk whether Drew Pomeranz has lost his spot in the rotation to Steven Wright, and give you an update on the status of Dustin Pedroia. This leads us to the Triston Casas interview where he confirms how amazing it is to hit a 516-foot home run, why he doesn't want to be like Pablo Sandoval, his tough history of being a Marlins fan, experience taking BP at Fenway and getting to meet members of the organization, a pickup line he used on girls in middle school, confirming the myth that they would have the neighbors by his baseball field move their cars when he took BP because he was gonna plunk them with moonbombs 500 feet away, his relationship with Eric Hosmer, and much more. We close with a Red Sox Lottery segment on Nomar Garciaparra, and your phenomenal Down in the DM questions.

Hardcore Baseball Podcast
Hardcore Baseball Episode 10: Tony Mazz Joins The Show, Red Sox Bullpen Struggles, Top Pitching Prospects Update

Hardcore Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2018 44:33


In episode 10 of Hardcore Baseball, Tony Mazz joins Matt McCarthy (12:00) to discuss how big of a concern the Red Sox bullpen is, what Blake Swihart's future is with the team, and how Mookie Betts compares to Nomar Garciaparra. Salem Red Sox broadcaster Ben Gellman checks in for an update on Boston's top pitching prospects (30:30).

Petros And Money
Nomar Garciaparra (5/1)

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2018 13:15


the former MLB great and current Dodgers analyst joins the guys

Petros And Money
HOur 3 (5/1) Top Story of the Day. Nomar Garciaparra. Dead and Alive Guy

Petros And Money

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2018 39:40


Top Story of the Day. Nomar Garciaparra. Dead and Alive Guy

Dodger Talk
4-20 Nomar Garciaparra

Dodger Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2018 5:00


DV with Nomar Garciaparra

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
Effectively Wild Episode 1160: The Podcast of Continuing Education

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2018 83:51


Ben Lindbergh and his Ringer MLB Show co-host Michael Baumann speculate about how the slow offseason will end, answer listener emails about sabermetrics and salary depression, sumo wrestling and the Hall of Fame, and baseball in winter weather, compare the careers of Omar Vizquel and Nomar Garciaparra, and analyze unorthodox new Padres relief pitcher Kazuhisa […]

Align Podcast
Mike Boyle: Movement Controversies, Icing & Static Stretching | Ep. 77

Align Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2016 57:36


Mike Boyle is known internationally for his pioneering work in the field of Strength & Conditioning and is regarded as one of the top experts in the area for Sports Performance Training. He has made his mark on the industry over the past 30 years with an impressive following of professional athletes, from the US Women’s Olympic teams in Soccer and Ice Hockey to the Boston Bruins, Boston Breakers, New England Revolution, and most recently the Boston Red Sox. His client list over the years reads like a Who’s Who of athletic success in New England and across the country including legendary Boston names such as Nomar Garciaparra, Cam Neely, and Ray Bourque. In 2012, Michael was selected to become part of the Boston Red Sox coaching staff, acting as a strength and conditioning consultant for the team.

Billy and Devo talk Sports and Manliness
Gameday Superstitions and a Difference in Vocabularies

Billy and Devo talk Sports and Manliness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2014 54:56


It's finally game week in college football! This week, we discuss our game week and gameday superstitions, as well as some of the quirky superstitions of the pros. We also go a round comparing vocabulary between men and women and we close out with a list of our favorite comedy movies. Music credit: Ice Flow, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

SMARTER Team Training
Michael Boyle: A STT Exclusive

SMARTER Team Training

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2010 27:19


Michael Boyle is known internationally for his pioneering work in the field of Strength & Conditioning and is regarded as one of the top experts in the area for Sports Performance Training. He has made his mark on the industry over the past 30 years with an impressive following of professional athletes, from the US Women’s Olympic teams in Soccer and Ice Hockey to the Boston Bruins, Boston Breakers and New England Revolution. His client list over the years reads like a Who’s Who of athletic success in New England and across the country including legendary Boston names such as Nomar Garciaparra, Cam Neely, and Ray Bourque. The SMARTER Team Training Audio Interview Series has been developed to share insights from some of the best in the industry. Stay tuned for more insights, tips, drills, and techniques to come from STT. Be sure to share the STT Audio Interview Series with coaches, trainers, parents, and athletes too. Visit STT at http://www.SMARTERTeamTraining.com. For more info, check out http://www.STTBlog.wordpress.com. Join STT on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/SMARTERTeamTraining. Subscribe to STT on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/SMARTERTeamTraining. And follow us on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/SMARTERTeam. SMARTER Team Training has been developed to focus on athlete and team development, performance, and education. By incorporating the SMARTER Team Training programs into your year round athletic development program, you will decrease your injury potential, increase individual athleticism, and maximize your team training time.

TSS:Without A Curse
Spring Training is less than 2 weeks away

TSS:Without A Curse

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2010 26:40


The Saints beat the Colts, and Alex feels like a moron...after he did nothing but praise the Colts for 2 hours on his radio show this past Saturday. But Spring Training is less than 2 weeks away, and Alex talks some baseball. Alex brings up the latest news regarding Adrian Gonzalez and why a trade come midseason looks all the more likely. Alex also stirs some "idle speculation," and talks about both Victor Martinez and Josh Beckett entering contract years. In the "Around the League" segment, Alex talks about how Johnny Damon still doesn't have a job, what it would mean for baseball if Joe Mauer resigned with the Twins, and the legacy of Nomar Garciaparra. Alex will be in Ft. Lauderdale next week, so there will be no "Without a Curse." The next edition of "Without a Curse" will be on Monday, February 22nd and will begin the 6 week baseball division by division preview (AL East)! Post on the boards at, www.thesportspodcasters.com/boards. "The Alex Reimer Show" airs every Saturday on 1120 AM WBNW Boston, www.moneymattersradio.net, and www.livestream.com/wbnw1120. There will be a pre-recorded show this Saturday (2/13) and the next live show will be on Saturday, February 20nd.