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Baseball Central @ Noon
2008 Phillies Comparisons & Postseason No-Nos with Charlie Manuel

Baseball Central @ Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 49:58


History was made in Game 4 of the World Series as Cristian Javier and the Astros' bullpen combined to no-hit the Philadelphia Phillies in a 5-0 win to even up the series. Charlie Manuel, manager of the 2008 World Series-winning Phillies, reflects on the series so far, compares the 2008 World Champions to the 2022 squad, and goes down memory lane when he had a firsthand seat to MLB's last postseason no-hitter: Roy Halladay's gem in 2010 (15:12). MLB insider Jeff Passan joins the show from Philadelphia to discuss to tonight's pivotal Game 5, the decision-making from Dusty Baker and Rob Thomson through four games, and how the Astros' players involved in the 2017 cheating scandal are perceived today (30:29). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

Press On Sports
2008 World Series Champion Kyle Kendrick Talks Pitching, Philadelphia Phillies, 2022 World Series Preview

Press On Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 62:05


2008 World Series champion Kyle Kendrick visits the Jack Vita Show to discuss the 2022 American League Championship Series and National League Championship Series, preview the World Series, reflect on the Philadelphia Phillies' 2008 World Series run, Kyle's 10-year Major League Baseball career and much more!   Kyle made his big league debut with the Phillies in 2007. He was a member of the Phillies for all five of their National League East division titles between 2007 and 2011, as a key member of the Phillies' excellent pitching rotation. In 2008, Kyle's Phillies won the World Series over the Tampa Bay Rays; it was the Phillies' second World Series title in franchise history. Kyle reflects on some memories with the Phillies and shares how the 2022 Phillies stack up against his squads from over a decade ago. The Phillies will be appearing in the franchise's first World Series since 2009, beginning Friday.   Kyle and Jack analyze the Phillies' 2022 playoff run, and preview their World Series matchup against the Astros.   Kyle discusses the art of pitching and shares interesting stories from his playing career. Find out about the time that he took matters into his own hands and threw at a player on an opposing team, for showing up one of his teammates. Hear Kyle rank some of the great pitchers that he played with, including Cole Hamels, Pedro Martinez, Roy Oswalt, Cliff Lee and Roy Halladay. When did pitchers start getting pulled at 100 pitches? Kyle discusses how the game of baseball has changed.   Kyle's wife is Stephenie LaGrossa Kendrick, three-time Survivor star and fan favorite (Survivor: Palau, Survivor: Guatemala, and Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains), and recent competitor on USA Network's Snake in the Grass. Stephenie has appeared on the Jack Vita Show four times before. Kyle shares how he met Stephenie and what it has been like going out in public with her over the past 15 years. All this, and much more!

Joe Giglio Show
Who are the Phillies' clutch hitters?

Joe Giglio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 21:12


Joe and Tucker debate which Phillies they would like to have up with the game on the line. Later, Joe pays tribute to Roy Halladay and the final at bat of his postseason no-hitter is played. 

The Big Show
Hour 2 - John Gibbons! + Andy Strickland talks Blues' storylines

The Big Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 45:07


Former Blue Jays manager John Gibbons gives his take on Vladdy Jr. hitting his 100th home run of his career. He discusses the recent play of Bo Bichette and memories of Roy Halladay.  Andy Strickland talks with Rose and Austin to provide insight on the latest Blues' storylines and expectations for the year.  The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

BaseballBiz
Toronto Blue Jays continue to rise - Brent Cardy visits BaseballBiz to break it down

BaseballBiz

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 32:44


Blue Jays & Canadian Baseball History Are the Yankees running out of ink to write their story?Injuries that have hurt Giancarlo Stanton, DJ LeMahieu, Matt CarpenterYankees needed to keep Jordan Montgomery to defeat the Blue JaysGeorge Springer goes 5 for 5Blue Jays score 28 runs record setting in BostonJays shutout Yankees at Home with Kevin GausmanMitch White from Dodgers now on the mound for TorontoJackie Bradley Junior will he make a positive differenceAaron hicks get to watch Whit Merrifield and his bouncing ballMysterious firing of Charlie Montoyo - what happened – Ask Ross AtkinsPlayers – Sunglasses needed &  a hole in Vladdy's gloveJohn Schneider elevated from minors to Blue Jays bench coach to manager Charlie Montoyo is a nice guyThere's no place like home – where was homeCovid NY – Patrick O'NeillToronto Maple Leafs baseball team later moved to Louisville, KYBabe Ruth, Sparky & Jack Hankook alums for the Maple LeafsRoy Halladay featured8 year anniversary of the Cardy Show coming upBrent Cardy is on twitter @CardyShowItUpSpecial Thanks to Brent Cardy of "The Cardy Show" podcast he can be found @TheCardyShow on Twitter and on most popular podcast directoriesBaseballBiz is also on iheartradio, Stitcher, Apple & Google podcasts You can reach Mark @TheBaseballBiz on Twitter & Brandon @SportsBlitzPod Special thanks to XTaKeRuX for the music "Rocking Forward"

Gargano & Myrtetus Middays - 97.5 The Fanatic
The Anthony Gargano Show 8-23-2022

Gargano & Myrtetus Middays - 97.5 The Fanatic

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 182:49


Anthony opens the show and thinks we need a refresher course on fandom and how we follow our teams (0:00-22:50). Anthony wants to create a “Bro Pit” at Fan Fest for Non 4-4 Philly fans to face off against each other (22:50-47:08). Anthony and Andrew react to Breaking News that Kevin Durant will be staying in Brooklyn (47:08-1:09:15). Anthony has some fun with a caller making fun of Kevin Durant and Ben Simmons (1:09:15-1:31:23). Anthony has beef with Fantasy Football and the skill positions being weighted (1:31:23-1:53:00). Tim Saunders and Steve Coates join the show and discuss the Flyers upcoming season and Devon Givens also drops in and reacts to the Kevin Durant news with Anthony (1:53:00-2:18:27). Andrew shares a crazy stat with Anthony that Roy Halladay leads all of baseball in complete games since 2009 (2:18:27-2:41:20). Anthony and Andrew debate once more how Anthony is treating the Eagles season coming up (2:41:20-3:02:42).

The Baseball and Business Podcast
Ep 61: Making It to The Show, Becoming a Best Selling Author and Overcoming Identity in Work - Dirk Hayhurst

The Baseball and Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 44:51


Former big leaguer Dirk Hayhurst shares on Episode 61 how he became a New York Times best selling author writing four books, battled anxiety when getting the ultimate call up and his journey on the other side of playing. Here are a few of the highlights from our conversation...1. Why writing is the most useful tip he recommends in helping process outcomes on the field and how he saw Roy Halladay do the same as a teammate2. How he was struck with anxiety when initially called up to the big leagues and getting a shot as a broadcaster on national TV and what he focused on to seek calming his nerves3. Why athletes struggle with identity issues when playing ends and why he suggests understanding skill sets and likes versus resurrecting identity in a new career4. His advice for former players navigating the interview process and how to best communicate the experiences baseball provides to stand out against other applicantsDirk's story shows that life is an never ending process of reinventing yourself.To connect with Dirk, you can visit his website at dirkhayhurst.com or find him on LinkedIn.

Unwritten: Behind Baseball's Secret Rules
Episode 4 - Don't Jinx a No-Hitter

Unwritten: Behind Baseball's Secret Rules

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 37:13 Very Popular


Don't talk to a pitcher - or even mention a no-hitter - when a pitcher is throwing a no-no. Right? Jimmy & Ron discuss the Unwritten rules for players, teammates, broadcasters, social media and more. Jimmy takes us through Roy Halladay's playoff no-hitter vs the Reds and Ron once took a no-hitter into extras. But it time to put this silly superstition it to bed? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
Don't Jinx a No-Hitter

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 31:45


Don't talk to a pitcher - or even mention a no-hitter - when a pitcher is throwing a no-no. Right? Jimmy & Ron discuss the Unwritten rules for players, teammates, broadcasters, social media and more. Jimmy takes us through Roy Halladay's playoff no-hitter vs the Reds and Ron once took a no-hitter into extras. But is it time to put this silly superstition it to bed? Subscribe to "Unwritten" HERE! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Boomer & Gio
Don't Jinx a No-Hitter

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 31:45


Don't talk to a pitcher - or even mention a no-hitter - when a pitcher is throwing a no-no. Right? Jimmy & Ron discuss the Unwritten rules for players, teammates, broadcasters, social media and more. Jimmy takes us through Roy Halladay's playoff no-hitter vs the Reds and Ron once took a no-hitter into extras. But is it time to put this silly superstition it to bed? Subscribe to "Unwritten" HERE! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Angelo Cataldi And The Morning Team
Don't Jinx a No-Hitter

Angelo Cataldi And The Morning Team

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 31:45


Don't talk to a pitcher - or even mention a no-hitter - when a pitcher is throwing a no-no. Right? Jimmy & Ron discuss the Unwritten rules for players, teammates, broadcasters, social media and more. Jimmy takes us through Roy Halladay's playoff no-hitter vs the Reds and Ron once took a no-hitter into extras. But is it time to put this silly superstition it to bed? Subscribe to "Unwritten" HERE! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Inside The Show
Roy Halladay Enters Into MLB The Show

Inside The Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 61:49


Today's episode we go all over the new Program including new legend Roy Halladay making his MLB The Show debut. 

The Cardy Show
The Cardy Show- Baseball In Canada Series- Roy Halladay part 3

The Cardy Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 48:10


On today's program:Last Week In Baseball:Dave and I discuss, John Lott receiving his Jack Graney Award. Dave let's us in on a great story about John while he was paying his dues as a writer. We discuss Vladimir Guerrero Jr. winning his first James "Tip" O'Neill Award. How about Fergie Jenkins seeing his statue for the first time at Wrigley Field? Will Joey Votto be a member of the  Toronto Blue Jays by August 1st?Take a listen.Baseball In Canada Series- Roy Halladay Part 3.Today's program features a story from Jeff Cheek. It also features appearances from Buck Martinez and Roy Halladay from 2017.We discuss Roy's 1999 season, we discuss the year 2000 when the wheels fell off for Roy. Buck tells us about the events that took place when Roy was sent all the way down to Dunedin. Jeff tells us a story about how Roy got the nickname Doc from his dad, the Iconic Tom Cheek.We talk about Roy's great 2002 season including a few bumps in the road to becoming a bonified Cooperstown Hall of Famer. Back in 2017 I had the privilege of being on the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Conference Call. Roy answered one of my questions. You will hear that in this episode as well.We discuss Roy's legacy to Baseball In CanadaWelcome to BuzzSprout and of course you can follow The Cardy Show on Twitter @CardyShowItUp and subscribe anywhere you get your podcasts, 

Toeing The Slab with David Cone
35 | David Wells on perfection, nearly fighting George Steinbrenner & partying with the Yankees

Toeing The Slab with David Cone

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 97:01 Very Popular


On the 24th anniversary of his perfect game, David Wells sits down with Coney, Justin and James. Wells touches on what Coney did to help keep him loose during the late innings of his perfect game, his transition to a starting pitcher at age 30 and his top-notch control of multiple pitches. Wells discusses playing for Sparky Anderson, teaching pitchers like Roy Halladay and Mark Buehrle, and the information he needed to thrive on the mound. The hosts spend time discussing Adam Wainwright and Yadier Molina making history, Hunter Greene on the wrong side of history, Justin Verlander, Pablo Lopez and more. Get 20% off + free shipping with the code SLAB at manscaped.com. Introduction/David Wells preview 7:17 The Opener 14:45 David Wells Interview 1:21:59 Recapping the interview 1:25:45 This week in pitching history 1:29:21 Three up three down      

The Cardy Show
Episode 61: The Cardy Show- Baseball In Canada Series- Roy Halladay Part 2

The Cardy Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 38:29


On today's program:We discuss the great work Ben Wagner did over the weekend on the television. We discuss baseballs and umpires and if they are having a factor in the Blue Jays struggles and of course Dave and I talk about lineup construction for the Jays.Baseball In Canada Series- Roy Halladay Part 2With some help from old friends of The Cardy Show we dive into Roy's second big league against the Detroit Tigers at Skydome. We discuss all 9 innings and we talk about how a meaningless game became meaningful for so many Toronto Blue Jays fans. This program features stories from:- Joe Siddall (Co-Host of Blue Jays Central on Sportsnet)- Blake Bell (  Co- Author of the @DaveStiebToday TwitterAccount)- Kevin Glew ( Canadian Baseball Historian and Blogger- CooperstownersinCanada.com)- Jerry Howarth (36 year Radio Voice of the Toronto Blue Jays and Author )

The Cardy Show
Episode 60: The Cardy Show- Baseball In Canada Series- Roy Halladay Part 1

The Cardy Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 34:31


On today's program:Brent and Dave discuss the last week in baseball. Are we in the dead ball era? We discuss the Toronto blue Jays upcoming schedule and the break the time off they will need this month in May. We also evaluate who could be sent down as of 5/2 when the rosters go from 28 to 26.Baseball In Canada Series- Roy Halladay Part 1We start our multi episode deep dive on one of the greatest Roy Halladay. We start with his early beginnings in suburban Colorado to where he met Bus Campbell and we end just before his outstanding performance against the Detroit Tigers. 

Sportsfeld
Storytime: Blue Jays – 2009 Halladay vs Burnett (Pt. 4)

Sportsfeld

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 22:52


On this week's episode of Sportsfeld Storytime, we wrap up our look back at the Roy Halladay/AJ Burnett duel of 2009. This week, we're remembering the Roy Halladay trade, which saw him leave Toronto and head to Philadelphia where he would, of course, throw a no-hitter in his first playoff appearance. We then look back at Life After Doc, as Alex Anthopolous makes his first moves as GM, Jose Bautista becomes The God King, and Brett Lawrie leaps his way into our hearts.

Sportsfeld
Storytime: Blue Jays – 2009 Halladay vs Burnett (Pt. 3)

Sportsfeld

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 24:43


It was the hottest ticket in town in 2009: Blue Jays vs Yankees, Roy Halladay vs AJ Burnett. Come to relive one of Doc's last gems as a Blue Jay, and stay for the extended conversation about Travis Snider's career that you knew was inevitably going to happen the moment you realized he was on a team we were going to talk about in a Storytime. Join us for a look back to May 12, 2009, with 43,737 other fans in the Rogers Centre. It's Sportsfeld Storytime!

On The Rekord
Episode 59 - April 10th, 2022 - Early Week Blues

On The Rekord

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 151:43


Episode 59 - April 10th, 2022 - Hidden Gems: Notorious BIG x Shaq “You Can't Stop The Reign”  - Tiger Woods & The Masters Tournament  - Supreme Court Justice Kentaji Brown Jackson  - Rep. Tim Scott (Republican from South Carolina)  - Harm Reduction  - Minneapolis Teachers Strike & Update  - RIP Dwayne Haskins  - Fck Gil Brandt  - Pittsburg Steelers x Mike Tomlin  - Florida's Don't Say Gay Bill  - Jimmy Kimmel x Majorie Taylor Greene x Will Smith  - Matt Gaetz x Jarett from Subway  - NFL News x Pete Carroll x The Rooney Rule  - Bruce Arians x Tampa Bay Buccaneers x Todd Bowels    - Brian Flores x Houston Texans  - Sterling Sharpe should have been in the Hall Of Fame - Steve Wilks x Arizona Cardinals  - Ray Horton x Tennessee Titans  - Dan Synder x Washington Commanders  - Song Of The Episode - D. Roy “Boo Baby” - Hidden Gem from Fabulous  - IG Model kills Boyfriend in Florida (Courtney Taylor x Courtney Cleney)  - Will Smith News  - Sicko's in Hollywood  - Axie Infinity Hack  - Song Of The Episode - Mill-Vill x SwaveHMG “Over Here”  - Wise Guy Corner: When do you know it's the time for your significant other to meet your family? 

Sportsfeld
Storytime: Blue Jays – 2009 Halladay vs Burnett (Pt. 1)

Sportsfeld

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 22:10


After three years of a starting pitcher bromance in bloom, AJ Burnett left our beloved Toronto Blue Jays to sign with the Yankees. In 2009, he returned to Skydome in a head to head matchup against who else? Roy Halladay. This month on Sportsfeld Storytime we look back at the "Playoff Atmosphere" in the dome several years before the actual playoffs would return to Toronto. In episode one, we remember the AJ Burnett era, three years where the Jays were quietly pretty good, and try our best to put some respect on the name of Vernon Wells.

The Vet Alumni Podcast w/ Tek & Prem
Phillies Season Preview w/ Matt Gelb

The Vet Alumni Podcast w/ Tek & Prem

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 47:44


Tek & Prem welcome Phillies Beat Writer for The Athletic on the VetLine for a Phillies Season Preview. Will this team win 90 games? We discuss their ceiling. Tek & Prem react to the Eagles trade with the Saints. Howie Roseman with another masterful draft capital move. Draft talk. Sixers winding down regular season. They hang on to beat the 25-win Pacers after leading by 28 points. Will they move past the 2nd Round this year? Segments include: VetPhact, Around The Bases, VetLine, Numbers Don't Lie, & Prem's NBA Picks.

New York Mets Baseball A Way of Life- The Podcast
New York Mets Baseball Today - March 5, 2022

New York Mets Baseball A Way of Life- The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2022 36:39


Join us as we discuss New York Mets Baseball Today - March 5, 2022...we of course give the latest on the lockout talks and how the players are now willing to expand playoffs to 14 games for a more favorable CBT in return...we talk about how the '94 strike effected the Mets goal on improving with a pretty good nucleus on the roster and how this lockout and the 2020 Covid season may effect Jacob DeGrom's Hall of Fame chances as we compare how Fred McGriff suffered in 94 because of the strike and how deGrom 's career is very similar to Johan Santana (not in the Hall) and Roy Halladay (in the Hall) . We discuss the Mets careers of Larry Elliott, Les Rohr, Kevin Brown and the all time leader in career minor league Homers with 433, we look at how great R.A. Dickey was from 2010-2012. Plus birthdays , trivia and Mets Jeopardy. Enjoy and Let's Go Mets!!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stan-phillips8/support

15 Minutes of Mental Toughness
Ep. 96 - Ruben Amaro Jr. - From 500 Feet Up to the Dirt

15 Minutes of Mental Toughness

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2022 61:53


Ruben Amaro Jr. is a former Major League Baseball player with 7 seasons of experience. He won an American League pennant with the Indians and a National League pennant with the Phillies. He was General Manager for the Phillies from 2008- 2015. He has also served as a Major League coach for the Mets and Red Sox. Most recently, he has served as a pre- and post-game analyst for NBC Sports in Philly.   3:40 Harry Kalas and Philadelphia in 1992.  7:46 “You're not as good as your dad.” 9:41 View it as a challenge, not a negative. 12:27 Creating a fire to prove someone wrong. 15:08 Non-prospect.  16:48 Observing preparation. 18:30 The little things that lead to success. 21:02 Getting caught up and getting out of routines. 23:30 Resetting, overcoming, and being the best bench player. 26:26 Chosen as the last roster spot. 29:03 Every at bat was a gun fight.  31:40 Sitting on the World Series parade float. 33:16 “Another guy who figured out a way to win.” 35:04 Winning is always the challenge.  36:47 Patience and impulsivity. 38:03 Reflecting on Roy Halladay.  41:56 “You get hired to get fired.” 43:53 Still Ruben Amaro Jr.  47:00 “It's about your connection with the players.”  49:54 Respect in the coach-to-coach relationship. 55:53 The outcome of losing the process.  58:23  Failure as a necessity. 59:57 Taking a step back to go a step further.   Download The Best Mental Toughness Quotes That Will Make You BETTER https://drrobbell.com/quotes-on-mentaltoughness  If you enjoyed this episode on Mental Toughness, please subscribe and leave a review! Dr. Rob Bell

The Bottom Line by Ben Rogers
Episode 63: The Next Pitch w/ Mark Hendrickson

The Bottom Line by Ben Rogers

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2022 32:52


Mark Hendrickson is a former professional basketball AND baseball player. Despite many opportunities to turn pro early - he got drafted six different times by the MLB - he chose to complete his degree at Washington State University. At Washington State, Hendrickson was selected to the All-Conference teams for his performance on the court and on the diamond. Hendrickson was drafted by the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers in 1996 and spent time on the Sacramento Kings, New Jersey Nets, and Cleveland Cavaliers before ultimately retiring from basketball and shifting his full focus to professional baseball. Although he still competed in the minor leagues during the summers of his basketball career, Hendrickson's first appearance in the majors was with the Toronto Blue Jays in 2002 as a relief pitcher. Before his retirement from baseball, Hendrickson pitched for the Blue Jays, Devil Rays, Dodgers, Marlins, and Orioles. When asked about his best quality as a leader on and off the court or field, Hendrickson said that he had an ability to stay calm despite the highs and lows of competing in professional sports ("The Next Pitch" mentality). Hendrickson's mentors and inspirations throughout his career include Buck Showalter, Kevin Eastman, and Roy Halladay. Today, Mark Hendrickson resides in Pennsylvania with his wife and children and is on a mission to promote the younger generation's involvement in sports by sharing lessons he learned from his playing days - all the way from his childhood to his remarkable two-sport career in the NBA and the MLB. 

Sidearmnation Podcast - A Unique Baseball Podcast
Bruce Walton - Marlins minor league pitching coach

Sidearmnation Podcast - A Unique Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Play 15 sec Highlight Listen Later Feb 7, 2022 34:36


On this episode we have former MLB pitcher, former Blue Jays pitching coach and now Marlins minor league pitching coach Bruce Walton.  Bruce comes on to talk some pitching, sidearm pitching, MLB debut, time in Canada, Roy Halladay's story of changing arm slot. 

Afternoon Drive
Wednesday Jan. 19: Hour 2 - Broncos breakthrough coming, 2022 QB draft class, Chauncey Billups best CO athlete? Arians fined

Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 42:18


NFL execs predict Broncos will be in the playoffs next season with a star QB, opportunity for Russell Wilson, Randy Mueller says this upcoming QB draft class is average, Chauncey Billups maybe only challenged by Calais Campbell and Roy Halladay for best Colorado born athlete, Bruce Arians fined for striking Bucs player

The Good Phight: for Philadelphia Phillies fans
Hittin' Season #526: Into the Phillies Multiverse

The Good Phight: for Philadelphia Phillies fans

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 54:02


On Episode 526 of Hittin' Season, host John Stolnis dives into the Phillies Multiverse to explore the many different alternate paths this franchise could have taken over the years had certain situations and decisions been handled differently? Curt Simmons and 1950 military call-up Greg Luzinski and the 1977 Black Friday game What if J.R. Richard doesn't suffer a stroke for the Astros in 1980? What if the 2009 Phillies don't get the flu during the World Series? Keeping Cliff Lee when Roy Halladay arrived in 2010 Lee protects a 4-0 lead in Game 2 of the 2011 NLDS And more! Also, John makes a strong claim for Jimmy Rollins as a Hall of Famer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tim and Friends
Blue Jays Unveil Kevin Gausman

Tim and Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 93:44


Kevin Gausman introduces himself to Canada as the newest Blue Jay pays tribute to the late Roy Halladay. Shi Davidi (25:00) explains what to expect from Gausman on the mound. Jon Wertheim (36:00) explains the WTA's decision to pull out of tennis events in China. Justin Bourne (46:00) tees up a big night of hockey. Jeff Blair (1:15:00) with the latest on CBA talks between MLB & the players union.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

Bat Flips and Maple Dips
BFMD Episode 164 - Gausman is a Blue Jay

Bat Flips and Maple Dips

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 33:39


Kevin Gausman is officially a Toronto Blue Jay! He will wear #34 which was worn by his idol Roy Halladay as a member of the Phillies. The Jays have retired is #32 worn in Toronto. Justin and Patrick discuss the choice to go with Gausman over Robbie Ray who signed in Seattle. Marcus Semien and Corey Seager are Texas Rangers, Max Scherzer got PAID and the Mets also signed Starling Marte. With the lockout looming teams are scrambling to get players signed under the current CBA. Tune in to find out who has ended up with new deals!

Better Men, Better Ballplayers
86 - Chris Joyner: Auburn University S&C

Better Men, Better Ballplayers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 106:06


Joyner Notes   BMBB store - https://stores.bjscustomcreations.com/better-men_better-ballplayers/shop/home Bio Current Auburn S&C coach Baseball (August 2018 - Present, 4th season) 16 years in pro ball Major League S&C Coordinator for Toronto Blue Jays 2014-2017. Major League S&C Coordinator for Brewers 2007-2010 Minor League S&C coordinator for Toronto Blue Jays from 2003-2006 working with more than 150 players in the system including Roy Halladay. Has worked with some big time big leaugers like Roy Halladay, Trevor Hoffman, Jose Bautista, and Josh Donaldson.   Notes Run your own ship - need to be able to make adjustment on your own because coaches will not always be around Scouts asking S&C what a player is like! Journaling each week and reflecting on the weekSleep, final exam before the start, program, drink enough? All about Developing trust  Listening to the players Know players you have the best interest at heartPush when they need pushed Let them rest when they need to rest Create athlete profilesMovement assessment  Force plate Range of motion Baseline test FMS What is the development from the day they stepped in? Movement is the foundation, and whatever is on top of it will fall You have to have a baseline of movement Explode, load, and drive -  Track average velo and peak velo What does that profile look like? Recognize red flags Earn the right to load up Weight Room where they can just train and be a safe place All about patterning (hinge, push, pull , carry) Menu of options of the patterns (uppers, lowers, total body,) Give them an arm throwing program working with the PC with weightlifting on a calendar. Try to detail as much as possible Adapt to skill work, scrimmage,  Treat it like spring training - hit the most important patterns Starters get them on their routine Relievers treated like position players - 2 days in season or 4 days in off season Always encourage recovery Be as consistent as you can on workout days In season - be on a routine, be consistent, Giving them ownership of a program based on how their body performs, what they like and how it works for them (individualize) Master the simple things Surveys at the end of fall to get feedback from players on all areas what they like and do not like Incoming guys take summer school and it helps tremendously to get used to routine, campus, coaches and their style. Not stretching the cold rubber band - lacrosse ball, thera gun, foam roller How do I prepare? I'm fixing to go do some work, so attack it in your pre work Philosophy - prepare, work, recovery, repeat In season we are more “recovery specialist”Foam roller Cold tub Hot tub Recovery boots Lacrosse ball Same movement pattern but different phase of the pattern (load, explode, drive) How does their top velo and average velo correlate to show when guys can go back to back and how to program him the days before and after appearance What is going on with your body weight? The numbers are telling me you just need to rest and recover squat , hinge, push, pull, carry What movements are they doing on the fieldWork on them! What the fundamental patterns are - it just doesn't look right and you address thoseMake time for it in practice - body weight, pushups, balance, stretch For us it is movement!! If you are not moving right, work on it Heart rate ranges based on who they were (for conditioning) Different conditioning for different guys based on their development Its not a one size fits all Conditioning is about work capacity and does not have to be just running cnj0018@auburn.edu  

Iona College Radio Hour with Willie O'Ree and Chelsea Cabarcas
10 - 8 This Date in Sports History Don Larson

Iona College Radio Hour with Willie O'Ree and Chelsea Cabarcas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 0:29


Larsen pitched the sixth perfect game in MLB history, doing so in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series. It is the only no-hitter and perfect game in World Series history and is one of only two no-hitters in MLB postseason history (the other being Roy Halladay's in 2010). He won the World Series Most Valuable Player Award and Babe Ruth Award in recognition of his 1956 postseason.

Marketing Trends
Streaming Wars: Why SVOD Services and On-Demand Streaming are at a Crossroads with Mike Woods of Amagi

Marketing Trends

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 49:35


While cable services may be on life support, the simple truth is that live TV captivates audiences in ways on-demand content can't. Maybe it was the anticipation that came with watching Roy Halladay fan 11 Marlins hitters in a perfect game for the Phillies back in 2010, or the anxiousness that occurs watching state-by-state election results roll in on a Tuesday night in November. The bigger point is that while on-demand content has become a big part of our daily viewing habits, live television and the revenue companies generate from those audiences is undergoing a renaissance.“In order to do business, in order to have the things we need, we need to generate revenue somehow. So the payment for what happens, and the ability to create content, pay artists, funding great content has to come from somewhere. Either people have to pay for it through subscriptions directly, which is the SVOD space, that's Disney+, Netflix, and the HBO Max, or they have to be willing to accept advertising because the advertisers are paying for the value there. These are the tensions in the trade-offs.”Those tensions are creating an interesting dichotomy between traditional cable viewers and the trendiness that comes with being a cord cutter. But it's also generating an even larger divide in how media companies distribute their advertising dollars. On this episode of Marketing Trends, Mike Woods, the SVP of Product for Amagi Corporation, joined me on Marketing Trends to discuss how media companies are approaching their ad buys when it comes to live streaming services, and why SVOD services such as Netflix and Disney+ are bucking traditional advertising with subscription based models. Enjoy this episode!Main TakeawaysCan We Just Drop That In?: Dynamic ad insertion is providing advertisers with the ability to insert advertisements within movies and television shows that was not possible on traditional cable networks. With traditional cable advertisements, media companies had to buy based on show demographics, which drastically limited their reach. With streaming services, advertisers now have the ability to drop in quick mid-rolls and post-roll advertisements that they are able to strategically target to various homes or audiences.Digital Divide: While streaming services have made dynamic advertisement a core component of their business model, there is still a big divide between how advertisements are sold on live streaming platforms. Oftentimes, agencies will have specific departments devoted to cable TV and another to digital advertising, which is causing companies to skew their decision making one way or another. Until these two areas are housed together, media buying for these companies will continue to not deliver a holistic audience.Is It Worth It?: The general assumption when SVOD services such as Netflix were born is that consumers were paying less for individual subscriptions than they were for entire cable subscriptions. But as companies have adopted similar models and invested in streaming services with their own platforms, the cable TV model of paying for individual channels has been replicated, with consumers often paying more for individual subscriptions as a whole than they were for their cable subscriptions.---Marketing Trends podcast is brought to you by Salesforce. Discover marketing built on the world's number one CRM: Salesforce. Put your customer at the center of every interaction. Automate engagement with each customer. And build your marketing strategy around the entire customer journey. Salesforce. We bring marketing and engagement together. Learn more at salesforce.com/marketing. To learn more or subscribe to our weekly newsletter, visit MarketingTrends.com.

Exit Velo
Exit Velo #64: Todd Zolecki Interview

Exit Velo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 46:50


Adam Cohen interviews Philadelphia Phillies Beat Writer Todd Zolecki on his latest book "Doc: The Life of Roy Halladay". Zolecki answers questions about the biggest moments from the biography on Roy Halladay. Additionally, Zolecki dives into what it was like to witness the legacy of Roy Halladay up close. Follow the show and the archives at www.backsportspage.com and on the Back Sports Page social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram). Please add the show page from the website as well. Additionally, follow the Exit Velo podcast on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @exitvelobsp.

The Vet Alumni Podcast w/ Tek & Prem

Tek & Prem discuss the Eagles first preseason game performance against the Steelers at the Linc. Jalen Hurts progressing nicely as QB1. Quez Watkins flashes his speed. Jalen Reagor with highlight reel catches. First-team defense has a strong showing. DeVonta Smith back at practice. Nick Sirianni impresses with his composure. Staff Writer David Esser for Sportscasting dot com & Bullpen Blues Podcast joins the #VetLine to talk Phils. Atlanta claims possession of first place in the NL East. Bryce Harper performing while rest of Phils lineup is quiet. Rhys Hoskins still injured, team missing his bat. Aaron Nola struggles with consistency. Joel Embiid signs supermax extension with Sixers. NBA Summer League wraps up. Segments include: Around The Bases, VetLine, Numbers Don't Lie, & Prem's MLB Picks.

Veterans Stadium: A Philadelphia Sports Podcast
12 - Wheeler dominates Mets as Phillies honor Halladay, Dodgers take 2 of 3

Veterans Stadium: A Philadelphia Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 13:40


Zack Wheeler threw a gem to sweep his former team as the Phillies honor Roy Halladay. Their 8-game win streak came to an end on Tuesday against a strong Dodgers team, but they salvaged the series with a win in game 3 behind a strong outing from Ranger Suarez and the bullpen.

The Vet Alumni Podcast w/ Tek & Prem

Tek & Prem react to the Phillies winning streak, Ben Simmons childish games, and the Eagles upcoming preseason game. A special VetLine segment with NY-based podcast Clapback Sports discusses Eagles/Giants outlook and roster concerns. Bryce Harper playing at an MVP-level. Zach Wheeler pitching at a Cy Young-level. Braves right behind Phils in NL East. Mets sinking. Jalen Hurts up and down in Training Camp but starting the first preseason game versus Steelers. Eagles defensive improvements. Segments include: Around The Bases, VetLine, Numbers Don't Lie, & Prem's MLB Picks.

GOATS: On the Bump
Trent Thornton Discusses the Greatness of RHP, Roy Halladay

GOATS: On the Bump

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 33:48 Transcription Available


This week, it is an all Blue Jays Podcast! Ross and Trent Thornton sit down to talk about the "Doc," Roy Halladay. Although he was one of the most dominant pitchers in his era, his greatness did not come overnight. From being demoted to the minor leagues and other obstacles, he worked his tail off as the guys also discuss his ability to paint the corners like no other.    00:08:08 - Interview with Trent Thornton   Follow us on social media: GOATS  (@twitter)  Jam Street Media (@twitter) (@instagram) (@facebook)  Follow Ross  on  (@twitter) &  @instagram Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Baseball Nostalgia 1869
Episode 12: Indians surviving despite injuries; Aaron Civale flying under the radar; Roy Halladay's Perfect Game; and Kenny Lofton belongs in HOF

Baseball Nostalgia 1869

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2021 53:16


In this episode, your favorite baseball encyclopedia, Jack Butler, will begin with the injury-ridden Cleveland Indians and how they are surviving in the American League Central as they are just 3.0 games behind the front running Chicago White Sox. Next, I'll discuss why Aaron Civale is the most underappreciated pitcher in the game right now and preview their back-to-back doubleheaders against the Blue Jays and White Sox. Then let's take a look back at Roy Halladay's masterpiece, a perfect game 11 years later against the Florida Marlins at Sun Life Stadium. And I'll make my case for Kenny Lofton belonging in the Baseball Hall of Fame and explain how he got screwed during his first year on the ballot.

Mets Legends Cast
Mets Legends Cast, Episode 2 - First Round Busts and Players In the Wrong Era

Mets Legends Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2021 49:03


Thank you for tuning in to the second episode of the Mets Legends Cast, hosted as always by Rob Piersall and Mike Rosen, the co-creators of Mets Legends. In this episode, Mike and Rob take a look around the majors at some impactful Mets Legends who are now contributing with other clubs. Then, they talk about how Mets fans are used to the team drafting well now, it wasn't always the case, as a quick glance at their draft results in the '90s doesn't paint a particularly bright picture. One prospect Mike and Rob focus on in particular is shortstop Ryan Jaroncyk, who was selected one pick behind Roy Halladay in the 1995 draft, but walked away from baseball forever at just 20-years-old because, well, he hated baseball. Finally, Mike and Rob wrap up the Cast by talking about one of their favorite Mets Legends in Lastings Milledge, a.k.a. Blastings Thrilledge, who was way too cool for his time. As always, check us out on Twitter: @MetsLegends and @MetsLegendsCast, and stay tuned for the launch of our accompanying blog and weekly newsletter! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Golden Tones
Ep. 24: "It's a No-Hitter"

Golden Tones

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 22:19


Episode No. 24 of Golden Tones visits Citizens Bank Park to analyze Scott Franzke's call of Roy Halladay's postseason debut on the Phillies Radio Network.

What Went Wrong Podcast
The MLB Crash

What Went Wrong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2021 8:02


How did MLB pitcher Roy Halladay crash his plane north of Tampa Florida? What exactly happened? Listen to hear more about this strange event. Like what you hear? Consider giving the podcast Instagram a follow @whatwentwrong_podcast Credits: The Flight Channel

That’s Sports Podcast
Athletes Falling On Hard Times, Hockey Culture, Kirk Fought Domi?, Superstitions In Sports, Fantasy Friends Vie For Playoffs, The Lions Still Suck!, "Be More Like Pedro", The Pride Of Etobicoke

That’s Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2020 60:19


Alex is joined by the following cast of characters: Chris, Darcy, Jesse, Josh, and Kirk. These has-beens share their thoughts on the world of sports from the past week. They discuss athletes who fell on hard times (8:07), Kirk vs. Domi? (19:07), superstitions in sports (19:41), Fantasy Friends fantasy football update (28:15), and how the Detroit Lions are still not good at football (32:10). The crew offer their Qualin Award nominations (37:11) for the most timely play of the week, and end the podcast with a world-class game of Start-Bench-Cut (43:50).

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!!!!

On The Screws
EP. 4 Roy Halladay E:60 Recap

On The Screws

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2020 16:04


Drew and I discuss Roy Halladay's legacy and the new E:60 Documentary - Imperfect. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/onthescrews/message

The Snack
The Snack Extra - Mike Farrell - The Roy Halladay Documentary "Imperfect"

The Snack

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2020 10:41


We talk to Mike Farrell, Co-producer of "Imperfect" and Producer for ESPN.

Everybody Hits: A show about the Philadelphia Phillies

Bo Wulf and Meghan Montemurro talk about the great article that Meghan and Matt wrote on Roy Halladay's perfect game and how people that were part of it remember the game.

The EP Podcast
The EP Podcast – April 17, 2020 – Episode 9

The EP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2020 22:44


Austin Horton hosts ‘The EP Podcast' on The Zone Sports Network, visiting a couple topics each day that the shows and hosts at The Zone have been talking about or discussing on and off air. -Mike Conley wins inaugural HORSE tournament, speaks about Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell and the reported strain between them (1:42) -Roy Halladay report has me saddened, angry (7:29) -Tom Fornelli's NFL Draft outlooks for Jordan Love, Jaylon Johnson (9:37) -Trevor Booker says Snyder's his favorite coach, clears up Enes Kanter story (14:50) -Laugh of the Day: Jamaal Williams re-tells 'The Good Samaritan' parable at BYU media day (19:49)

Everybody Hits: A show about the Philadelphia Phillies

Matt is joined by a special guest, MLB.com's Todd Zolecki, to discuss his new book, "Doc: The Life of Roy Halladay." Todd takes us behind the process of writing the book -- the many complicated layers of Halladay, recreating stories with most of the characters being deceased, and the more than 100 interviews that fueled it. The book made Matt feel something he didn't expect to feel about Halladay. Todd shares how he discovered some of the unreported details of Halladay's career and life.

Say Hey Plays
Episode 2 - Roy Halladay's Playoff No-No

Say Hey Plays

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2020 59:44


The Boys go back to a favorite of Andrew's—Roy Halladay's 2010 Playoff No-Hitter against the Reds! They talk about the Phillies Cy Young filled rotation and the dominant yet disappointing 2009-2011 Phillies. They discuss Halladay's dazzling arsenal, their love of the Flyin' Hawaiian, and the Brutal Blackberry Graphics. Tune in next week as they discuss the infamous Jose Bautista bat flip game!

Say Hey Plays
Episode 1 - The 2016 World Series

Say Hey Plays

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2020 62:09


Jose and Andrew fight against the quarantine by jumping back in time and watching Game 7 of the 2016 World Series. They talk about whether this is the greatest World Series in the past ten years, and how the Indians fought back and then collapsed after the greatest rain delay of fall time. Tune in next week as they go back again and watch Roy Halladay's 2010 Postseason no-hitter of the Cinncinati Reds.