In this episode Royboy talks to “Crew Chief” @Blaynes Therapy Blayne Stark and family about drag racing as a family, what it takes to complete Rocky Mountain Race Week, and going low 10's in a stick shift 55 Chevy Wagon. The Stark family is deeply rooted in drag racing and building hot rods and custom … Continue reading "Chrome Pipes & Pinstripes 207: Drag Racing with the Stark Family" The post Chrome Pipes & Pinstripes 207: Drag Racing with the Stark Family appeared first on Royboy Productions.
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We catch up with returning guests BVC and Leatherwood and they bring in a talented freshman with them in Hudson Sapp. Daniel and Ben get to dive back into a conversation they had in Ben's original episode but Ben making a string case with batting .435 in the Fall. We get a little backstory on Hudson and then dive into how the Fall went for these 3 young men and what they liked about their team and what the expectations are. We talked about some of our other IOTB guests with Hunter Elliott and Brayden Sanders. We then of course play this or that. Then the crew discusses all major sports headlines.
So the Yankees have an infield predicament coming up this season... what's new? Scotty and Lexi talk about their ideal infield for the 2022 season. There are tons of rumors swirling, and those are not going away any time soon. What are you guys thinking will happen to the Pinstripes in the offseason? Of course, we had to talk about what's going on in the World Series because that's BASEBALL. We'll see you next week with a new World Champion! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
It's been a couple weeks at this point, but the Yankees' 2021 season is over. It lasted just one game longer than the rest of the American League playoff field, as the Red Sox clobbered them in the Wild Card Game at Fenway Park. It was a bummer, but of course not all that surprising given how the year had progressed. Kunj and Andrew didn't return to just talk about the Wild Card loss, though. The big news from yesterday was that Aaron Boone would be returning to the Yankees' managerial helm in 2022 on a new three-year contract, albeit without his hitting coaches and Phil Nevin. Regardless of how frustrating the Yankees looked in 2021, this always appeared to be the most likely conclusion. Hal Steinbrenner and Brian Cashman seemed too fond of Boone to let him go. The hosts work through their thoughts on the non-move & coaching updates, roll eyes at some of Steinbrenner and Cashman's comments, discuss the injury updates (Aaron Hicks comeback szn?), and muse on some of the front office concerns. It does sound like the Yankees will be pursuing a shortstop in free agency, and though the field isn't great, Gary Sánchez's days behind the plate might be numbered. Finally, we wrap things up with a salute to the retiring announcer Ken Singleton and our Yankees & Mitres of the Season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This mid-season finale arranges the pieces on the board, bringing Brock back and introducing our new antagonist: Monstroso. This gigantic lawyer's methods stand in stark contrast to the Monarch's pageantry, in that they're very effective. And the Ventures will need to team up with the extralegal mercenary band Sphinx if they want to keep their compound out of Monstroso's hands. Special thanks to Joshua Jarett (http://jjarrett.work) for our cover art, Gwen May (https://soundcloud.com/deepwhale) for our theme song, and Brayton Cameron (https://twitter.com/braytonjc) for being our announcer.
Ben Maller breaks down comments from Aaron Judge saying that he wants to be a 'Yankee for life' even though he is not sure what the future holds, another edition of #AskBen, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Yankees play-by-play announcer Michael Kay and Rich discuss the Pinstripes' disappointing end to their season in a Wildcard Game loss to their archrival Red Sox and what the aftermath could look like in the Bronx for manager Aaron Boone and GM Brian Cashman, the early exit of $300 Million starter Gerrit Cole after just 2 innings against the Bosox, how the Yankees can take a page from Boston and the Tampa Bay Rays in their use of analytics, and how the Nets could respond to Kyrie Irving's refusal to get Covid-vaccinated which could result in him having to sit out every home game in Brooklyn in the upcoming NBA season. Rich takes a call from his Boston sports fan brother-in-law who calls in to gloat about the Red Sox win over the Yankees. Rich reacts to Urban Meyer's latest comments on why he decided not to fly home with the team after the Jaguars Thursday Night Football loss to the Bengals and explains why his explanation only leads to more questions. Rich breaks down the comments from Bears Head Coach Matt Nagy and QB Justin Fields after the rookie quarterback was named Chicago's permanent starter today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Yankees fan Rich recaps the Pinstripes' Wild Card Game loss to their archrival Red Sox, and let's just say he's not exactly happy with the results. At all. NFL Insider Ian Rapoport and Rich discuss Urban Meyer “being put on notice” by Jaguars owner Shad Khan after the head coach's embarrassing off-field incident following the Jags dropping to 0-4 on the season, why the Cowboys and Patriots released two very good players in LB Jaylon Smith and Stefon Gilmore (the 2019 NFL Defensive Player of the Year) and where those two could land, and where we stand on the Deshaun Watson trade front. Rich wraps up the hour explaining why Week 5's matchup against AFC South rival Titans could be a make-or-break game for the Jaguars HC Urban Meyer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
BEERS: Jake goes first in a stunning twist: he's back at Bad Sons Brewery in Derby, Connecticut. Although most of the time, Bad Sons has failed to deliver on good beer, its new fruited sour Golden Ticket is righting the course. Fresh-off a trip to Nikki's Liquors, Will tries Synder Bier Pretzel Marzen, a new collaboration between Snyder and popular Northeast beer brand Captain Lawrence. BUSINESS: Just about everyone on the planet was impacted by Monday's business storyline. Facebook and Instagram both went down due to an outage on Facebook's servers. This comes with suspicious timing, as director of security Antigone Davis went on CNBC only a few hours earlier to defend an accusation that Facebook prioritizes “profit over safety.” It was the worst outage in over two years for a social media group. We discuss exactly what went down on Monday and give a stab at what could've been the culprit. BALLS: If you're a fellow member of Yankees Twitter, you are definitely a loyal follower of Nick Costanzo, popularly known as Stanzo among the Twitter community. We invite Stanzo to discuss Tuesday's big Wild Card game between the Yankees and Red Sox at Fenway Park. It's been a wild season, and somehow it produced the same results...both teams finishing with 92 wins and 70 losses. Now, it comes down to one game - one team will move onto the ALDS against the Rays, and the other is heading home. What do the Yankees have to do in order to survive and advance at Fenway Park tonight? We also discuss Tom Brady's return to Gillette Stadium and review our “locks” of last week. Thanks for listening! Remember to hit the follow button on Spotify, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Join the conversation on Twitter and Instagram. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beersbusinessandballs/support
The Yankees did not make it easy. Oh sure, they looked like they might wrap up a Wild Card spot in due time after taking five of six on the road from the division rival Red Sox and Blue Jays. Then, they ran into the Tampa Bay buzzsaw and narrowly avoided a tiebreaker by winning, 1-0, on the season's final day -- thanks in no small part to the pitching staff and Aaron Judge's timely infield single. Now, they'll head right back to Boston for one more game at Fenway Park. With Kunj away, Matt Provenzano filled in again and joined Andrew to both look back on the hectic final week and preview the Wild Card showdown. Gerrit Cole will stare down the Red Sox as the Yankees' offense does its best to mimic its most recent performance against Nathan Eovaldi (and not the previous domination). Will Cole's hamstring cause problems again? Will the offense show up after a tough final series while also being down DJ LeMahieu and Luke Voit? If there's anything that the 2021 Yankees have proved to be true, it's that anything can happen. All we can do is roll the dice and hope that the season's still alive on Thursday at Tropicana Field. (Oh, and we can also do the Yankee & Mitre of the Week. As always.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Drew and Mike Axisa, MLB writer for CBS, breakdown Thursday's pendulum-swinging series finale between the Blue Jays and Yankees. To prepare you for Thursday's game, the guys discuss New Yorks' hot streak entering the Toronto series as well as the Pinstripes' pitching game plan. Plus, has Joey Gallo been an objective disappointment for New York, and, lastly, the guys contemplate the weightiest question to date, who will be in the postseason? Follow Drew on Twitter: @DrewGROF Follow Mike on Twitter: @mikeaxisa Save 50% on a subscription to The Athletic by visiting: theathletic.com/spinrate Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Leave it to the Yankees to wring every last bit of drama out of this wayward 2021 season. A week after looking so uninspiring against Baltimore and Cleveland that Andrew and Kunj were close to writing them off, they've roped 'em back in with consecutive sweeps of the Rangers at home (yawn) and the Red Sox at Fenway (wait, what?). Giancarlo Stanton went berserk in Boston and suddenly, the Yankees are in the driver's seat of the AL Wild Card race. Of course, for as good as the offense and bullpen look right now, this final week won't be easy. New York faces a tougher schedule than its Wild Card foes and will be tested by the Blue Jays and Rays as 2021 draws to a close. The days ahead are still daunting, but at least the Fenway sweep made the outlook brighter. Other topics beyond the zany pennant race include Gleyber Torres' resurgence, Jameson Taillon and Jonathan Loáisiga's pending returns, Aaron Judge's gross pinky dislocation, and Luis Severino just bringing a damn smile to the co-hosts' faces. There's all that and as always, the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Last week, when we saw that the Yankees had Baltimore on Cleveland on deck, we said that with tougher opponents awaiting them at the end of 2021, the Bombers had to capitalize. Instead, they blew a golden opportunity to sweep the O's (dropping their eighth game of the season to the 102-loss team) and got pummeled by Cleveland at home on back-to-back afternoons. Yeah, this isn't going to be a very happy podcast. There's much to grumble about! The offense again made several pitchers look a lot better than they were, the defense was sloppy, and the pitching absolutely melted down over the weekend. This kind of play at this point in the season against these teams is unacceptable, and there are only so many ways that we can say that. It's an indictment on both Aaron Boone and Brian Cashman as well. Other topics include the majesty of Néstor Cortes Jr., the Wild Card competition, Luis Severino's return, Miguel Andújar's sudden appearance in Triple-A, and, of course, the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's been a weird, rough stretch for the Yankees since their 13-game winning streak, but Kunj was fortunate enough to miss most of it while on vacation. He returned on Saturday though, and what do you know! It coincided with a Yankees victory to snap the seven-game losing streak. Maybe they were just sad without him. In all seriousness, the Wild Card race has grown much tighter and on Monday morning, the Yankees were out of a playoff spot for the first time in a month. They're back in it now, but remain neck-and-neck-and-neck with the Blue Jays and Red Sox as they trudge on through their run of 20 games in 20 days. The pitching staff still looks tired, Gleyber Torres isn't a shortstop anymore, and we're all just trying to hang in there. But hey, the Yankees have now won three of the last four games. Hope springs eternal! Other topics discussed aside from the playoff race include Jameson Taillon's injury, Domingo Germán and Luis Severino's possible returns (again), a possible farewell to Clint Fraazier, a glimpse at the up-and-down schedule ahead, and Kunj's post-vacation B-Ref WAR update. Oh, and of course, a not-so-modest Yankee and Mitre of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
As noted on last week's podcast, Kunj is on the other side of the world this week and avoiding Yankees baseball while soaking up the sun. That turned out to be a blissful plan, as he's missed a disastrous pair of series between the weekend loss to the Orioles and the current Blue Jays bludgeoning. The Yankees have already lost their Wild Card lead on Boston and will be a mere half-game in front of Toronto if they don't rally to avoid a four-game sweep today. Not content to suffer alone, Andrew roped former Beyond the Box Score editor and PSA scribe Matt Provenzano into discussing the frustrating past week with him. (He's clearly quite kind.) The two talked through the Yankees' slump, from the suddenly-sputtering bats to the pitching staff that's just trying to hang in there. The bullpen's gassed, and that's not helping matters one bit. A constant theme of the episode touched on the Yankees perhaps facing a crossroads in the near-future with all the names on paper failing to live up the resumes. It's tough stretch. In lieu of the “Meet a Baby Bomber” segment though, Andrew and Matt turned to the bright side “Met a Hall of Famer.” Derek Jeter was enshrined in Cooperstown yesterday, so they took the opportunity to talk about the ceremony a bit before playing armchair psychologist on why some fans dig their heels in on the idea that Jeter “wasn't good, actually.” The hottest takes are rarely correct. At the end, they wrap up with the Yankee and Mitre of the Week, and boy, were there not many candidates for the former. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week host Justin and his special guest Carmel McDonald discuss; uncomfortable high school performances of Hamlet, being a Master of Ceremonies for a Male Strip Show, Purple Drank, and Joe Jackson selling signature scents at a mall kiosk in Las Vegas!All of this and more as we break down, "Pinstripes and Poltergeists."
We were fooled. We thought that maybe -- just to mix things up -- the Yankees would have a good West Coast trip. They even started strong, extending their winning streak in 60 years to 13 games with back-to-back victories in Oakland. Then ... they looked completely lost for four days in a row against the A's and Angels. Oof. Andrew and Kunj try to strike the balance between optimism & realism about the Yankees' most recent stretch (recorded prior to Gerrit Cole's dominance last night), while looking in on some of what went wrong. Corey Kluber's still working out the kinks, Jameson Taillon might be fatigued, and Gio Urshela is getting accustomed to playing again, too. Let's just hope that his latest snafu doesn't look worse, post-MRI. At least Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton are still raking. The co-hosts also took a look at the Yankees' upcoming schedule and the current playoff race, which has New York perhaps too far back of Tampa Bay to worry much about the AL East, and the Red Sox going through a shaky week as well amid Wild Card contention. Time constraints prevented the standard "Meet a Baby Bomber" segment, but don't worry: there was no missing the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Yankees simply haven't stopped winning since the last time Andrew and Kunj sat down to record a podcast. A solid five-game winning streak has bloomed into the club's longest such run in 36 years: 11 victories in a row. The Red Sox, Twins, and Braves have been swept aside, and the Bombers now have a three-game lead in the first Wild Card spot. Although it's annoying that the Rays keep winning as well, that will play! The streak's latest highlights are the main discussion points, including *outfielder* Giancarlo Stanton doing spectacular work, hometown hero Andrew Velazquez's moment in the spotlight, and even Andrew Heaney coming up with a big start. Don't worry though, we still have time to wring our hands about Aroldis Chapman's latest struggles and Zack Britton's season perhaps being done. At least Gio Urshela is coming back today in Oakland. Later on, the co-hosts wrap up the show with "Meet a Baby Bomber" segments on the wonderfully-named Ocean Gabonia and no-hit artist Sean Boyle, and as always, the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Two-thirds through the gauntlet that is the Game of Games and the Rebels Triad are beginning to feel the burn as Pinstripe and Warren put the pressure on. Let's hope they can get out unscathed.Cast:Arlo - John Sand (@rapsquatch)Gozer - Hannah Eagle (@layspotatobitch)Kyn - Brian Foster (@rextestarossa) DM - Connor McKibbin-Vaughan (@connorcanwrite)Music by John Sand
The Yankees have won 11 games in a row for the first time since 1985. 10 straight series wins for the first time since 1954. Tuesday night wasn't easy with Aroldis Chapman making a mess of everything but Wandy was a hero. Loaisiga needs to be named the closer. Giancarlo is fire hot with two more missiles. Gio Urshela's return is imminent, but what happens when Gleyber comes back? Where does Velazquez end up? Pinstripe Dan (Big Cat) joins the show as well as a surprise FaceTime from Joba Chamberlain who watched our live stream of the game. Thank you to everyone who watched along on YouTube and congrats to our merch giveaway winners as well. 11 wins in a row. Onto Oakland. Outro Song: “Lift Up” via APM Music Library
The Yankees are rolling. With their ninth win in a row this afternoon they moved to 20 games above .500 for the first time all season, but more importantly they continue to hold control of the first wildcard spot. The Pinstripes also improved to 3,291-0 all-time against the Twins (or something like that). This series the bats looked as sharp as they've looked in a long while; Luke Voit in particular is out to prove himself again while Andrew Velazquez is becoming a fan favorite. Meanwhile the starting pitching continues to do work as Taillon, Cortes, and Cole were all solid. We break it all down, discuss a few other maters within the team, and also hit on Vegas 34 last night at the UFC APEX. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bd4robcarbone/support
On July 5th, the Yankees trailed the Red Sox by 10.5 games. It's now August 19th, and after six and a half weeks, the Bombers have finally caught 'em and now lead the American League Wild Card race. It's been a little over a week since Andrew and Kunj's last podcast, so they went long on the wacky Royals series, the Field of Dreams Game and far-more-successful sojourn to Chicago, the make-up victory over the Angels, and of course, the sweep of the Red Sox. There have been some frustrating games here and there and the Yankees haven't made it easy, but it's nice to revel in a winning streak! When even Tyler Wade is on an over-.400 run, then you know things are going quite nicely. The show does have injury news to go over, though thankfully, it's more on the side of activations than setbacks. Gerrit Cole, Jordan Montgomery, Gary Sánchez, Anthony Rizzo, and Aroldis Chapman. More reinforcements could be soon to follow, though the co-hosts do send their best wishes out to Clint Frazier and Luis Severino, who now don't seem likely to return. Alas. The "Meet a Baby Bomber" segment stops in with Kyle Holder and Isaiah Pasteur, and Andrew and Kunj wrap up as always with the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. PS: Someone help Kevin Costner with his wardrobe. Kunj is begging. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Rebels Triad and Gozer's sisters have entered into the Game of Games. They must now contend with all the different nightmarish challenges Pinstripe and Warren have concocted for them to fight to earn the prize Blix has demanded.Cast:Arlo - John Sand (@rapsquatch)Gozer - Hannah Eagle (@layspotatobitch)Kyn - Brian Foster (@rextestarossa) DM - Connor McKibbin-Vaughan (@connorcanwrite)Music by John Sand
The Yankees are fighting injuries, COVID and wins. This week the guys talk about all the Yankees have needed to overcome the past few weeks and how they are one of the hottest teams in baseball despite it all. Jameson Taillon continues to magic in the second half but Joey Gallo has yet to hit is stride in Pinstripes. The Field of Dreams game is here and more on this weeks episode.
This is a crossover episode with Sox Machine, a Chicago White Sox podcast. Andrew joined Josh and Jim on their show to preview the Yankees vs White Sox Field of Dreams game, their thoughts on the event, and the state of each team at this point in the season. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a rating and review! It is the #1 way you can help out the show. Get in touch: @YankeesPodcast @Andrew_Rotondi @ScottReinen @robby_danks Submit to the mailbag: bronxpinstripes.com/podcast Call the voicemail line: 646-480-0342 Intro/Outro music: One Way Ticket, by Anitek Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Guest: Andrew Rotondi, Bronx Pinstripes Twitter: @bronxpinstripes @Andrew_Rotondi Website: http://bronxpinstripes.com/ Summary: Andrew Rotondi from Bronx Pinstripes joins the show to help preview the Field of Dreams Game between the Chicago White Sox and New York Yankees. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Rebels Triad and Gozer's sisters planned on having a fun time at the circus, but now are on a mysterious mission for the Archfey, General Blix. Will they be able to find the item Blix seeks at Pinstripe and Warren's Cavalcade of Curiosities? Cast:Arlo - John Sand (@rapsquatch)Gozer - Hannah Eagle (@layspotatobitch)Kyn - Brian Foster (@rextestarossa) DM - Connor McKibbin-Vaughan (@connorcanwrite)Music by John Sand
Andrew and Kunj discuss a promising 5-2 week of Yankees baseball that featured some pretty great games bookended by a couple frustrating ones. On the bright side, they mostly took of business with Baltimore before nabbing three of four from the Wild Card rival Mariners over the weekend. They were legitimately fun wins! The team is doing as much as it can to hang in the race despite setbacks elsewhere, and rookie Luis Gil has been key to that excitement in the past week. Speaking of those setbacks, the Yankees lost even more players due to COVID positives and injury. Down went Gary Sánchez and Anthony Rizzo, joining Gerrit Cole and Jordan Montgomery on the COVID-IL. Down went Aroldis Chapman and Gleyber Torres to standard baseball nicks and bruises. The episode was recorded when the Yankees still thought that Gio Urshela's return was imminent, but now that's pushed back as well. Joy. Nonetheless, the Yankees are hanging in there, and while the rehab is understandably slow, there could be help on the horizon. Urshela's delay shouldn't be long and both Luis Severino and Corey Kluber are in the midst of rehab assignments. Fingers crossed that they go well and that those afflicted by COVID recover soon. As always, the co-hosts end the show with "Meet a Baby Bomber," in which we meet the rookie reliever duo of Stephen Ridings and Brody Koerner, and then wrap up with the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Athletic's Trey Kerby tells guest host Ben Lyons why he's thrilled with the Bulls' free agent signings of Lonzo Ball, DeMar DeRozan and Alex Caruso, and if the Hawks surprising success was a flash in the pan or a thing for the rest of the Eastern Conference to deal with for years to come. Emmy award-winning actor Richard Schiff tells Ben why he, a die-hard Yankees fan, has little faith in the Pinstripes this season despite their recent resurgence, and how betting on the Mets in '88 funded his cross-country move to L.A. and how Kirk Gibson's World Series home run left him flat broke. The hour wraps up with Rich calling in from the set of Peacock's ‘Tokyo Gold' to discuss the possibility of Philip Rivers rejoining the Colts, how the Pro Football Hall of Fame plans to limit the length of induction speeches and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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After a busy, busy trade deadline, Andrew and Kunj reconvene to discuss all of the Yankees' moves, led of course by the tragic DFA-ing of Sal Romano, "The Big Cheese." We miss you already, buddy. In reality, the Joey Gallo and Anthony Rizzo trades were of course the focus, and the deals featuring Andrew Heaney, Luis Cessa, Justin Wilson, and Clay Holmes were all discussed. GM Brian Cashman did a pretty good job of keeping the team competitive for the stretch of 2021 while also helping the 2022 club and keeping the most important prospects to the Yankees' future in tow. It's a fine line, and the club got off to a good start post-deadline with a sweep of the Marlins. But because this is still the 2021 Yankees, there had to be some bad news, and Gerrit Cole's COVID diagnosis was the original focus. Then, the Jordan Montgomery COVID news broke mid-recording and the co-hosts got a little delirious. Gio Urshela and Domingo Germán also landed on the injured list, though on the bright side, Luis Severino and Corey Kluber seem to be making their way back. In the latter half of the show, Andrew and Kunj "Meet a Baby Bomber" with Everson Pereira and Josh Breaux (hey, a rhyme!), who both happened to earn minor league promotions during the recording. Then, they close out with the Yankee and Mitre of the Week, and salute AL Pitcher of the Month Jameson Taillon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dylan & Henry are joined again by Joe Bannon as the guys break down the Joey Gallo saga. Did Andy Martino's ominous tweets turn out to be right? Will Gallo still have to shave his beard and suit up in Pinstripes? Does this actually solve the Yankees' issues? Plus, we hear the Marlins side of the Starling Marte trade. (Episode below this featured a guest appearance from an A's fan!) Finally, how much does the Eduardo Escobar, Mychal Givens & Yimi Garcia trades improve the Brewers, Reds & Astros? To join the fun & be featured in a future episode, reach out to us @SideRetiredPod on twitter, our DMs are always open! And DM us if interested in joining the zoom watch party @ 3:00 EST on Friday leading up to the deadline!
Andrew and Kunj are back on the PSA Podcast beat this week, and the weekend in Boston went so poorly that the two-game mini-sweep of the Phillies wasn't mentioned even once. That's how much of a great time the Yankees had at Fenway, where Chad Green, Jonathan Loaisiga, and Brooks Kriske all experienced spectacular meltdowns in a four-game series loss that probably sank the Yankees out of AL East contention in 2021. FanGraphs has the preseason AL favorite's odds of winning the AL East all the way down at 3.5 percent, with just over a one-in-three chance to even make the Wild Card Game. Delightful. There's also the Trade Deadline to discuss this week, as it looms on Friday afternoon. Will the Yankees still choose to buy? Will they pursue a strategic retool? Who could reasonably be put on the market? The co-hosts talk those possibilities before moving on to the regular "Meet a Baby Bomber" and "Yankee/Mitre of the Week" segments, featuring Donny Sands, Dermis Garcia, Gary Sánchez, Gleyber Torres, and some miserable members of the Yankees' bullpen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
FOX Sports MLB Analyst Nick Swisher and guest host Ben Lyons discuss the Yankees' disappointing season so far and why he's optimistic the Pinstripes can turn things around in the 2nd half, why he (like the rest of the world) is a big fan of Angels 2-way star Shohei Ohtani and which fringe Olympic sports he would have excelled at, and a rapid fire reaction to Giannis Antetokounmpo on the verge of his 1st title and if the Red Sox have a chance to win it all this season. Ben and the guys preview Game 6 of the NBA Finals and debate where a Bucks title would rank in the long history of Wisconsin sports achievements. Chris Brockman and Ben get into a heated debate about what makes a basketball player Hall of Fame worthy and whether Carmelo Anthony's NBA exploits are enough to earn him a spot among the sport's legends. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we are discussing chapters 66 and 67 of Carry On by Rainbow Rowell, in which: Baz's dad sounds hot af; Agatha was fine until she got dragged into all of this; Simon and Baz are FINALLY BOYFRIENDS; and more!If you want to skip the more graphic part of this week's Shivers section, skip minutes 46:55 - 51:30 Listen to part two of our advice episode here!Like this podcast? Check out our Harry Potter podcast, The Gayly Prophet! Find us on socials: twitter.com/thegaylyprophet instagram.com/thegaylyprophet thegaylyprophetpodcast.tumblr.comSupport us on Patreon! patreon.com/thegaylyprophetFind out everything you want to know, and buy our merch at hashtagruthless.comShow art by Theo Julien Forrester and Lark Malakai GreyMusic in this episode: Professor and the Plant by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4244-professor-and-the-plant License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
At one point, Andrew and Kunj thought that there might not be enough to talk about for a podcast so soon after the most recent edition went live last Thursday. Then, well, Aaron Judge and several other Yankees got COVID, Luke Voit ended up back on the injured list, and suddenly, the Yankees' lineup against the Red Sox featured an outfield of Ryan LaMarre, Greg Allen, and Trey Amburgey. Perhaps the most inexplicable part of this entire development is that after all those losses, the Yankees finally won their first series of the year against the Red Sox. Just the way they planned it, right? Those topics are the main focus of today's podcast, though Andrew and Kunj also find room to praise the resurgent Gerrit Cole and Jameson Taillon and attempt to be optimistic about Rougned Odor and Gleyber Torres. Who the hell knows what will happen next at this point, so let's just hope the B-squad Bombers can help the team stay afloat in this critical period before the trade deadline. The "Meet a Baby Bomber" segments this week focused on ascending prospect Anthony Volpe (the 2019 first-round draft pick) and Tampa first baseman Eric Wagaman. Then, the co-hosts close out with the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The last time Andrew and Kunj podcasted, the first half was essentially over, as half of the Yankees' season had already been played. Well, now we're beyond the math, as the All-Star break and MLB Draft are both behind us. The Yankees officially kick off the second half on Thursday night against the Red Sox, and they still have so much to prove. The Yankees technically ended the first half on a high note with a 4-2 road trip through Seattle and Houston, but once again in a recurring theme of the 2021 season, they entered the finales with a chance to sweep and failed to do so. The second loss was particularly galling, as the Yankees blew a five-run lead in the ninth behind the bizarrely bad Chad Green, who has been otherwise-excellent. There have been some encouraging signs, as the Yankees' offense has looked a lot better since the start of June and Gerrit Cole looked absolutely filthy in his 1-0 Saturday shutout. But there's a long way to go. Andrew and Kunj also touched on Yankees injury updates, their first-round draft selection of Trey Sweeney, and used the "Meet a Baby Bomber" segment to meet two new draft picks: second-rounder Brendan Beck and sixth-rounder Richard Fitts. Then they wrap it up with the Yankee/Mitre of the Week and some scattered Home Run Derby thoughts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
As it turns out, Andrew picked a good week to go to the beach. Since the last podcast, the Yankees were embarrassed by the Red Sox, Angels, and Mets in order, and their best pitchers (Gerrit Cole and Aroldis Chapman) looked more suspect than ever. Isn't chaos great? Andrew and Kunj caught up on this dismal 2-7 stretch of Yankees baseball that only further clouded the potential playoff picture. Fenway losses, Chapman meltdowns, and glum press conferences were all too frequent. Now, it's not just Aaron Boone and Brian Cashman trying to put on a brave face, it's also Hal Steinbrenner, who addressed the media after Wednesday night's ninth-inning disaster. Great stuff. Other topics included Tim Locastro, the All-Star selections (sans Gary Sánchez), the dreadful pitching staff, and — on a better note — the “Meet a Baby Bomber” segment on Luis Medina & Max Burt, and our Yankee/Mitre of the Week. Here's hoping that the team rebounds soon on its ... /checks notes/ ... West Coast road trip? Yikes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Actor and die-hard Los Angeles Kings fan Colin Hanks and Rich discuss “The McSorley Curse” brought on by the Montreal Canadiens in the 1993 Stanley Cup Final which has jinxed every Canadian team since, why even he, a die-hard Giants fan, is shocked the San Francisco is the first 50-win MLB team, and the upcoming series ‘The Offer' about the making of ‘The Godfather.' (timestamp). Actor Nick Turturro joins the show h in-studio to tell Rich why the Giancarlo Stanton trade is the root cause for the disappointing Yankees' season and why he could solve many of the Pinstripes' problems if only he were the team's batboy, why he's NOT A FAN of MLB's decision to crack down on pitchers using foreign substances mid-season, and shares his favorite David Caruso stories from their time together on ‘NYPD Blue.' (timestamp). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Yankees beat our lowly expectations from last week and actually took care of business quite handily against the Blue Jays and A's! They swept their division rival in Buffalo (a house of horrors in 2020), and then took two out of three at home from the AL West leaders. Sure, they were aided along the way by the hot bat of Gary Sánchez, but they also had a secret weapon: the ol' triple play. Andrew and Kunj have plenty to discuss from those positive topics alone, plus an update on the now-established “Sticky Stuff” guidelines for pitchers(and why they might be a scare tactic), happy thoughts on come-from-behind wins, Sánchez catching Gerrit Cole, and Luke Voit's imminent return. Don't worry though, there is still room for venting, particularly at the perhaps-inevitable “Luis Severino is our trade acquisition” quotes. Our “Meet a Baby Bomber” segment profiles the red-hot Hoy Jun Park and former-relief-prospect-turned-Scranton-veteran Nick Goody. As always, we wrap up with the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. As a minor programming note, we'll both be out of town at different times next week, so there will be no show, but look for us again in early July! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Another weekend has come and gone, and it brought more Yankee disappointment that sadly did not vanish when we hit midnight on Monday. The glum vibes are still ever-present, as the Yankees saw a standard sweep in Minnesota snatched away from them by a terrible Aroldis Chapman, and then promptly got swept out of town themselves in a two-game weekend set against old friend Joe Girardi and his Phillies. It's bad times, and now the pitching is looking as suspect as it appeared to be before the season even began. The Phillies rocked Jameson Taillon and Domingo Germán, Michael King's start didn't go well, and the team can only be so confident in mid-rotation arm Jordan Montgomery. The Yankees' starting pitchers have a 6.16 ERA over the past 14 games. It's a delight. (Oh, and the offense that briefly surged during the week got blanked by Aaron Nola on Sunday. Will they be over .500 by next week? Who knows?!) One name absent from that Bronx starter roll call is Gerrit Cole, but he and the rest of the league's pitchers are embroiled in their own problems too thanks to the Spider Tack/foreign substances controversy. The only question will be how MLB will actually handle the difficult subject. We only have, uh, the utmost confidence in the league doing so. In a grateful detour from the MLB news, today's “Meet a Baby Bomber” segment covers pitchers Beck Way (Dan's interview linked here) and Barrett Loseke. Then we wrap it up as always with Yankee & Mitre of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
man this series ended on a sour note. this series -Yankees bats come alive -Sticky stuff? Cole what are you saying -Is Clint Fooling us? -Andujar maybe traded?
LOOKOUT! A much-anticipated day has finally arrived, as Patti Murin joins us for Episode 87! Murin made her Broadway debut in one of our favorite shows of all time in Xanadu, and then went on to star in Lysistrata Jones, as well as the touring production of Wicked. She's also done a great deal of work on-screen including a recurring role on Chicago Med, and had starring roles in the Hallmark classics Holiday for Heroes and Love on Iceland. Of course, she's best known to the Broadway world for her most recent performance in Frozen when she starred as Anna, earning both Drama League and Outer Critic Circle Award nominations in the process. A proud New Yorker, Murin steps into The Batter's Box to discuss her long-time love of the New York Yankees. Whether it was their triumphs in the 2000 World Series against the Mets or the heartbreak endured during the 2004 ALCS against the Red Sox, Murin's relationship with the Pinstripes is marked by tremendous passion and spans all the peaks and valleys. She even has a specific code of ethics when it comes to following the team, and reveals some little-known facts about her sports fandom in general. In a conversation that truly covered all bases, we also discussed her biggest grand slams here on Broadway, the John Stamos-Beach Boys connection, and even played a fun round of Baseball meets Broadway trivia in this week's edition of The 7th Inning Stretch! Connect with Patti Murin on Instagram: @pattimurin Connect with Break a Bat! on Instagram: @break_a_bat_podcast Hosted by Al Malafronte Produced by the Broadway Podcast Network Edited by Matthew Hendershot Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Let’s catch up with the ladies of “The Bold Type” (throwback to season 1), no, but really in this episode, we’re recapping the love lives of Jane, Sutton, and Kat as we enter The Bold Type’s fifth and final season. This episode is co-hosted by Megan’s own fashion closet of best friends and Bold Type fanatics who go off about our undying love for Sam Page (Richard), whether or not we think Kat and Adina are OTP, and our rage against Pinstripe. Tune in to hear our thoughts about ALL of The Bold Type’s relationships, our appreciation for this show's depiction of strong female friendships, plus our hopes and predictions for the final season. For updates and quality content, follow us @talkingshippodcast on Instagram & TikTokVisit our website www.talkingshippodcast.com You can find Megan on Instagram and Twitter @onlymegan815 You can find Katie on Instagram @katie_bud and Twitter & TikTok @katiebuderwitzYou can find Presli on Instagram & TikTok @presliannYou can find Izzy on Instagram @ibologniniCover art by Emily Rowan www.emily-rowan.comTheme music by Chris Meissner @chris_meissnerhttps://www.instagram.com/chris_meissner/?hl=en
Chris Dunlop, also known as Pinstrip Chris, is an incredible automotive artist. Using a mix of pens, pencils, airbrush, and brushes, he creates paintings that are both incredibly realistic without looking like a simple photograph. He's also known for his "Sharpie cars", where he uses Sharpie pens to draw incredible patterns that cover an entire car for clients like Toyota, Fiat, Chevy, Nissan, and Cadillac.Find his work at https://www.pinstripechris.com/Follow him @pinstripe_chris Buy some Dillons and get a free Smoking Tire t-shirt! https://www.tradecraftfarms.com Follow us!T: @thesmokingtire @zackklapmanIG: @thesmokingtire @fakezackklapman