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No Crying In Baseball
Your Cat Fur Won't Help You Now

No Crying In Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 63:33


NCiB's West Coast Correspondent and ace fantasy boyfriend baseball league manager Deborah guest hosts with Pottymouth while Patti hits the beach. She brings the boyfriend cred with a blast from Phillies past with a nod to Mike Schmidt and Greg Luzinski. There's so much happening in Kiké Korner, from toppling postseason batting records left and right, to a Bold and Beautiful star turn. Current BFs in the postseason feature sexy defense and bats to the rescue from Late Night LaMonte and Chris Taylor, Deborah's Giants and Dodgers BFs. Bonus vocabulary lesson: splash hit. Pottymouth's former Angels BF Jose Iglesias now drives the home run laundry cart in the RS dugout and generally brings the joy.We close the book on the Dodgers/Giants series with a full-season lens, not just that amazing Game 5: The check swing giveth and the check swing taketh away. There's qHAR love and a bright future for Camilo Doval, Pitching goes all timey-wimey in the Hammers/Dodgers series, and Chris Sale is terrifying in a Strasburg's evil twin kind of way. Austin Riley is clearly the star of the post-season Austins. We revisit Moral Alignment debates with countering the “no prick” Giants clubhouse with highs and lows in manager Gabe Kapler's past, and that fuckin' chop vs the evil empire of the west. The Police Blotter identifies former Twin's pitcher Sam Dyson as the latest suspended MLB player to sign with another league -- in this case the LMPRC. Check out Pottymouth's Winter Baseball picks and Words Above Replacement's streaming guide for how to watch international ball. We say competitive ping pong, Honkball, cat fur, and  United Wiffle Ball National Championship TournamentDeborah's shirt was designed for the Oakland A's by local artist Jesse Hernandez @Urbanaztec. It was a promotion for their Native American Heritage Night in 2018 but you can still buy it here:Oakland Athletics x Native American Heritage night T- Shirt It features the A's logo built from iconography drawn from tribes all over California.Get vaxxed, fight the man, and find us on Twitter @ncibpodcast, on Facebook @nocryinginbball, Instagram @nocryinginbball and on the Interweb at nocryinginbball.com. Please take a moment to subscribe to the show, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to NCiB. Become a supporter at Patreon to help us keep doing what we do. Say goodnight, Pottymouth.

Author Conversations
Haunted Shenandoah Valley

Author Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 26:25


The abolitionist John Brown still roams the West Virginia panhandle—and beyond. In Lexington, a statue sheds real tears, mourning Virginians killed in battle. Decades of abuse at a sanatorium unleashed malevolent entities in Staunton. Spirits of Native Americans, Civil War soldiers and children frequent natural springs in Frederick County and caves near Strasburg. Ghosts stay free of charge at the nation's oldest inn in Middletown, and at the Natural Bridge Hotel, phantom children play in the halls. Visitors from beyond the grave enjoy live performances at several theaters in the region, while spectral soldiers gather for combat in the battlefields scattered throughout the area. Join Denver Michaels as he delves into folklore, eyewitness accounts and urban legends to bring you the best ghost stories from the Shenandoah Valley.   https://www.arcadiapublishing.com/Products/9781467149426 

The Roundhouse
111: Visiting N&W 611 at the Strasburg Rail Road

The Roundhouse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 67:05


Come along for the ride as we visit N&W 611 during its 2021 visit to the Strasburg Rail Road. We'll interview crew members regarding the operation of the locomotive and experience the sights and sounds of the engine as it… The post 111: Visiting N&W 611 at the Strasburg Rail Road appeared first on The Roundhouse.

Playmaker's Corner
Playmaker's Corner Episode 55: Landen Martin and Matthias Brown Interview

Playmaker's Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 37:02


On this episode Simon interviews two of Strasburg High School's key players in QB Landen Martin (class of 24), and linebacker/lineman Matthias Brown (class of 22). They talk about themselves, their games/playstyles, react to the 1A preview, talk Strasburg, and give advice to the next group of athletes! https://linktr.ee/PlaymakersCorner Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlaymakerCorner Tik Tok: Playmakers Corner Instagram: https:https://www.instagram.com/playmakerscorner/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PlaymakerCorner Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUEcv0BIfXT78kNEtk1pbxQ/featured Listen to us on: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4rkM8hKtf8eqDPy2xqOPqr Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cycle-365/id1484493484?uo=4 Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/the-cycle-365 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9mODg4MWYwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz

Anti-Drug Coalition of Tuscarawas County
Project Hope Kicks Off on August 21 at Music on the Square

Anti-Drug Coalition of Tuscarawas County

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 22:54


Beginning August 21st, Tuscarawas County residents will begin seeing silhouettes placed across nine communities in the county. Each community will display:     •  One black silhouette – representing deaths in the county     •  One gray silhouette – representing overdoses per city (that did not result in death)     •  One yellow silhouette – representing “There is Always Hope”     •  Yard sign promoting the New Tuscarawas County Hope Line (330) 663-6812 The silhouettes, 30 across the county, will be placed in highly visible areas. Yard signs will accompany the silhouettes featuring the New Tuscarawas County Hope Line number (330) 663-6812. This is a one call, one person, no redirect number. Rachel, the access navigator, will answer the phone or call you back to help you access the most appropriate substance use and addiction treatment services. She can also provide support and resource information to families or loved ones who have a person struggling with substance use or addiction in their life. Participating communities include Bolivar, Dover, Mineral City, Newcomerstown, New Philadelphia, Port Washington, Strasburg, Sugarcreek, Tuscarawas, and the Twin City area (Dennison/Uhrichsville). This effort is in response to an all-time record high in overdose deaths in 2020. March of 2021 recorded an all-time one-month record high of overdose deaths in the county. The Tuscarawas County Anti-Drug Coalition and Addiction Task Force would like to raise awareness that there is help and there is hope for persons who struggle with substance use and addiction. This initiative is to help community members better understand addiction and to help persons struggling know that help is available. “We want to create clear visibility that there are services that can help and that there is always hope,” said Jodi Salvo, Coordinator of the Tuscarawas County Anti-Drug Coalition. “We want to continue to encourage our community to seek and share resources and to realize the importance of reaching out and checking in on each other.” The silhouettes will be distributed as the initiative is launched on August 21st at Music on the Square in New Philadelphia. Please join us at 4:00pm to hear a recovery story by a local young woman, and a proclamation from a County Commissioner recognizing both National Overdose Awareness Day and National Recovery Month. The overall message of this initiative is that Tuscarawas County is a community that cares, and “There is Always Hope.” Residents are invited to attend the August 21st event at Music on the Square and to share the message of hope and the information and resources made available through Project Hope. For more information about the local work of the ADC, visit adctusc.org. For information about services available in the county, contact the ADAMHS Board at adamhtc.org. Visit https://my.captivate.fm/www.adctusc.org (www.adctusc.org) for all your information about the Coalition and different types of drug use and prevention. Listen at https://my.captivate.fm/www.getlevelpod.com/adc (www.getlevelpod.com/adc). Or find the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts. Watch on YouTube! HELP SUPPORT THE SHOW! Please help support the show at https://my.captivate.fm/www.glow.fm/adctusc (www.glow.fm/adctusc) Support this podcast

Starting 9
Starting 9 Episode 261 - Deadline Week

Starting 9

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 145:41


Barstool Sports presents the Starting 9, featuring Jared Carrabis and Dallas Braden - the baseball podcast everyone wants but no one else will give you. This week's episode features a recap of all the trade action so far (Frazier, Cruz, Graveman, Hill, Marte, etc), injury news (Strasburg, Rocker, Trea Turner, Yelich), the next chapter in the Baez-Garrett feud and much more.

Holy Crap It's Sports
Holy Crap It's Sports 320 July 28 2021

Holy Crap It's Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 86:14


News breaks of Dusty Hill of ZZ Top's death, Braves pound Mets, Austin Riley have a night, MLB trades, whither Adam Duvall, everything offensive about every MLB team's name, Strasburg & Trea Turner down, Clemson to the SEC? Longhorns fans feeling their oats on Finebaum show, Gators play UCF, Stanford flip flops on NIL while recruiting for Bama, Lamar Jackson has Made in China bug again, Aaron Rodgers packing again, Bucs coach cusses media, politics destroying Olympics, latest on Simone Biles, media elites tell you to shut up, clean AND jerk?! Sir Charles Barkley has a word for you unwashed and unjabbed, petedavis.buzzsprout.com, Pete's Tweets, This Day in Sports History. Come for Arch Manning trolling entire state of Mississippi, stay for the manatees of water polo 

Locked On Nationals - Daily Podcast On The Washington Nationals
Strasburg To Have Season Ending Surgery, Trea Turner Gets COVID + Locken on Phillies Crossover

Locked On Nationals - Daily Podcast On The Washington Nationals

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 40:37


Josh Neighbors discusses the news that Stephen Strasburg will have season ending surgery. He then talks about Trea Turner having to leave Tuesday nights game with a positive COVID test. He then speaks with Dan Wilson of Locked on Phillies sponsors: betonline & spotify greenroom Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Kevin Sheehan Show
7.28.21 The Kevin Sheehan Show - Hour 1

The Kevin Sheehan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 49:39


Segment 1 - Ron Rivera is frustrated by his team's low vaccination rates Segment 2 - The latest on the Nats after a chaotic day with Strasburg news, Scherzer rumors, and a star getting pulled in the first inning Segment 3 - Simone Biles pulls out of the Olympics  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Sports Junkies
7/28 Hour 1- Strasburg out for the year, Simone Biles out in Gymnastics, EB's coffee

The Sports Junkies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 43:35


  6:20 Strasburg out for the year...again 20:43 Simone Biles steps down during Gymnastics team event 36:00 EB wants Krispy Kreme flavored coffee See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO
Mike Cozzi at Large with Sports – Wednesday July 28, 2021

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 12:35


WASHINGTON NATIONALS 12 hours ago Nationals’ Strasburg to have season-ending neck surgery Stephen Strasburg will have season-ending neck surgery, Nationals manager Dave Martinez said Tuesday, ending another frustrating year for Washington’s 2019 World Series hero. Yankees' Jordan Montgomery blanks Rays Austin... Read More ›

Nats Chat
Game 100: Strasburg Surgery News & the Skid Ends at Five

Nats Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 42:33


The Nationals beat the Phillies 6-4, but Tuesday was filled with bad news for the organization. Al & Mark react to the announcement that Stephen Strasburg will have season ending surgery.  For those not familiar with the procedure, they explain what TOS typically means for pitchers and the long-term ramifications.(15:15) Trea Turner was pulled from the game in the 1st inning due to a positive COVID-19 test.  We hope that he is feeling ok, but also wonder what does this mean for his potential value on the trade market?(22:22) Victor Robles exited mid at-bat due to lower back tightness.  Just how many roster contingency plans does Mike Rizzo need to balance this week?(26:10) We finally recap the victory, which saw a pair of 3 run HRs early in the game.   Brad Hand this time converted the save and Mark explains why he was given the ball in the bottom of the 9th.  Plus, an evaluation of Carter Kieboom's rough defensive performance.(33:10) A review of Erick Fedde's start, which soured in the 5th.  Will we see Fedde return to the form he had prior to his oblique injury?

Grant and Danny
7.23.21 Hour 3: Beltway Blitz, Mike Florio joins G&D, Strasburg has a setback in rehab

Grant and Danny

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 37:13


0:00- Nats- Craig Heist Caps- JJ Reagan WFT- Pete Hailey 14:20- Mike Florio, owner of ProFootballTalk, joins G&D to talk about all the NFL headlines and the rebranding of the WFT. Also, what about the new COVID rules for unvaccinated players heading into the NFL season.  29:05- Strasburg has a setback in his rehab with an "uncomfortable feeling" in his neck. We discuss this further right here as the information comes in. ReplyForward See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Channel History Hit
Dancing Mania

Channel History Hit

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 29:40


In the summer of 1518, one of the most bizarre afflictions in history struck the city of Strasburg; dancing mania. This epidemic of dancing spread, almost like a plague, through the population with many hundreds of people dancing wildly and seemingly uncontrollably often to the point of collapse and even death. Perhaps, even stranger is that the outbreak in Strasbourg is far from the only recorded incidence of this phenomenon. But what caused it? To help delve into this fascinating subject Dan is joined by Dr John Waller, Associate Professor of the History of Medicine and author of A Time to Dance, a Time to Die: The Extraordinary Story of the Dancing Plague of 1518. John explains the atmosphere of fear and tension in Strasbourg in which the dancing mania took hold and how the power of superstition and belief can take the human mind and body in almost unbelievable directions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dan Snow's History Hit
Dancing Mania

Dan Snow's History Hit

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 29:40


In the summer of 1518, one of the most bizarre afflictions in history struck the city of Strasburg; dancing mania. This epidemic of dancing spread, almost like a plague, through the population with many hundreds of people dancing wildly and seemingly uncontrollably often to the point of collapse and even death. Perhaps, even stranger is that the outbreak in Strasbourg is far from the only recorded incidence of this phenomenon. But what caused it? To help delve into this fascinating subject Dan is joined by Dr John Waller, Associate Professor of the History of Medicine and author of A Time to Dance, a Time to Die: The Extraordinary Story of the Dancing Plague of 1518. John explains the atmosphere of fear and tension in Strasbourg in which the dancing mania took hold and how the power of superstition and belief can take the human mind and body in almost unbelievable directions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dugout Study Hall
DSH 24: Draft Day Controversy - Then and Now

Dugout Study Hall

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 74:07


Expert layman Matt Goodwin (@TheCorkedMatt) and fake baseball economist Alexander Chase (@chase_rate) talk about the home run derby, the All-Star Game, and dive into 5 tiers of players, with specific examples, that were varying degrees of controversial on draft day to see what's happened with them in the first half.  Email: dugoutstudyhall@gmail.com note: episodes are recorded on Mondays or Tuesdays prior to Friday releases. Apple | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | Amazon | TuneIn | Radio.com | Deezer Timestamps | HR Derby or All-Star Game? (01:08); Add More Skills Competition to All-Star Stuff? (07:27); Number of the Week 160: wRC+ Leaders (9:06); Central Question: How Have Draft Day Controversies Worked Out? (16:27), Tier 1: Yelich, Bellinger, Lindor (28:10); Tier 2: Vladdy, Mondesi, Arenado (37:00); Tier 3: Alvarez, Strasburg, Lowe, Biggio (45:50); Tier 4: Corbin, Gausman, Alcantara, Civale (55:49); Tier 5: Cronenworth, Ray, Mize (1:01:03); Pass/Fail: Mic'd Up Players (1:08:24) Join PL+ and support the podcast, get an Ad-Free Website, and access to our Discord community!

Pitcher List Fantasy Baseball Podcast
DSH 24 - Draft Day Controversy - Then and Now

Pitcher List Fantasy Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 74:07


Expert layman Matt Goodwin (@TheCorkedMatt) and fake baseball economist Alexander Chase (@chase_rate) talk about the home run derby, the All-Star Game, and dive into 5 tiers of players, with specific examples, that were varying degrees of controversial on draft day to see what's happened with them in the first half.  Email: dugoutstudyhall@gmail.com note: episodes are recorded on Mondays or Tuesdays prior to Friday releases. Apple | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | Amazon | TuneIn | Radio.com | Deezer Timestamps | HR Derby or All-Star Game? (01:08); Add More Skills Competition to All-Star Stuff? (07:27); Number of the Week 160: wRC+ Leaders (9:06); Central Question: How Have Draft Day Controversies Worked Out? (16:27), Tier 1: Yelich, Bellinger, Lindor (28:10); Tier 2: Vladdy, Mondesi, Arenado (37:00); Tier 3: Alvarez, Strasburg, Lowe, Biggio (45:50); Tier 4: Corbin, Gausman, Alcantara, Civale (55:49); Tier 5: Cronenworth, Ray, Mize (1:01:03); Pass/Fail: Mic'd Up Players (1:08:24) Join PL+ and support the podcast, get an Ad-Free Website, and access to our Discord community! Get PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus

Dynasty’s Child
Episode 155: Top 500 Update Discussion

Dynasty’s Child

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 83:33


Keaton, Shelly, and Jordan are back! As usual, they keep you up to date on the latest news and notes from around the league so you can start tackling the second half of this crazy season. Then, they discuss some interesting names (fallers, risers, etc.) in their upcoming Top 500 Dynasty Rankings before closing out with another round of Top Podspect and listener questions.Tune in now!

Dynasty’s Child
Episode 155: Top 500 Update Discussion

Dynasty’s Child

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 83:33


Keaton, Shelly, and Jordan are back! As usual, they keep you up to date on the latest news and notes from around the league so you can start tackling the second half of this crazy season. Then, they discuss some interesting names (fallers, risers, etc.) in their upcoming Top 500 Dynasty Rankings before closing out with another round of Top Podspect and listener questions.Tune in now!

The Bram Weinstein Show Podcast
07-07-21 The Bram Weinstein Show Hour 1 - Segment 3

The Bram Weinstein Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 12:30


Anthony Rendon is headed to the IL on the Angels again, what to make of the Nats dealing with Strasburg being injured as well these past 2 years. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast
Kali Protectives - Brad Waldron, founder

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 30:08


This week we sit down with Brad Waldron, founder of Kali Protectives to take a deep dive into helmet tech and the new Grit gravel helmet. Kali Protectives Web / Instagram  Support the Podcast The Ridership  Automated Transcription, please excuse the typos: Kali Protectives Craig Dalton: [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to The Gravel Ride podcast. I'm your host Craig Dalton this week on the podcast. We've got Brad Waldron from Kali. Protectives talking to us about helmets. [00:00:15]Before we jump in just to reminder, The Gravel Ride podcast is sponsored by listeners like you and a select group of sponsors from the industry and outside the industry. We appreciate any contributions to the show's www.buymeacoffee.com/thegravelride. And when we do bring a sponsor on board, please make sure to check out their products because without their support, we couldn't continue doing what we're doing. [00:00:40] [00:00:40]With that said let's dive right into my interview with Kali. Protectives.     Brad. Welcome to the show. [00:00:46] Brad Waldron: [00:00:46] Thanks for having me [00:00:47] Craig Dalton: [00:00:47] I'm super stoked to talk helmets. It's interesting. It's one of those categories that. I haven't covered on the podcast thus far. So I figured going to an expert and talking about it will give the listener a lot of value about helmet technology for gravel, riding [00:01:02]Brad Waldron: [00:01:02] looking forward to it. [00:01:04] Craig Dalton: [00:01:04] Why don't you start off by telling us a little bit about your background and how Kali was started? [00:01:09]Brad Waldron: [00:01:09] Sure. I was super lucky in a previous life career. I worked for an aerospace company working on military aircraft. So I was a carbon fiber R and D engineer. Mostly on the process side, not on the material side. [00:01:22]I was fortunate enough to work on the B2 bomber F eighteens joint strike fighter, and then a few airplanes that had never made it, but just stuff you've made it and broke it to see what we could do. And this will give you the idea of my age, but I was at Northrop Grumman in between the first Gulf war and the second Gulf war. [00:01:41] And they didn't want to put a lot of money in production at that time, but they want to put a lot of money into R and D. So I was just in the perfect place at the perfect time where you could almost do anything you wanted. If it made sense. I, one time my boss walked in and said, DARPA's going to be here next week. [00:01:57] Think of something. Go back to my desk and I, without five different projects and the next week sit down in front of these generals and you. Present these ideas in here I'm, in my late twenties, early thirties, somewhere in there. And they're like rubber stamping, all of them and oh shit. [00:02:12] Now I got, I do, so I got to build a $12 million milling machine and then just things like that. So that's where my real just try it. Mentality came from, when you hear are, you can't do that. And get into some of the things that people told me we couldn't do at Kali. It's let's just try, and that's been like theme sentence. [00:02:30] So I worked that and through some changes in life, I went to work or another aerospace company and didn't love it, so I was down in the Southern California area, working there. And then I moved back up to Northern California where I was born and raised. And I was in R and D at this satellite company and it just wasn't everything I wanted. [00:02:49] And lo and behold, there's this ad for the big red S in the paper. And so I put on my suit and went to my interview. Nobody's wearing a suit, got called back for a second interview and go, what do I wear when I knew I wore the suit? Yeah. So I guess it worked, they offered me a job as the Pumps and locks, designer, something like that. [00:03:09]And I was so happy to take my 25% pay cut to be in the bike industry. And there was, and then on my first day they said, Hey, you know that job, we offered you the helmet guy quit. And would you rather that job on the helmets over locks? Hell yeah. But the ironic thing was they, at that time, specialized was still assembling the helmets at, on a site and. [00:03:32] We tested our helmets and they said, there's the test lab. There's 10,000 helmets sitting over there that can't be shipped. So you say they're tested and Don, w oh, and by the way that the helmet technician quit at the same time. And so I walked into this test lab with this equipment I never seen in my life and go, okay, what did we do here? [00:03:50] And fortunately somebody who's become a good friend and who I trust in testing. Dr. Terry Smith came and trained me how to run the equipment. The best thing I did was I tested all the helmets at specialized for the next year. I didn't hire another technician. So getting that lab experience and seeing how these helmets broke personally, not just people come and say, Hey, look at this, here's your, reading reports and stuff it's was a great launching point for [00:04:17] me. [00:04:18] Yeah, absolutely. I can imagine just having your hands on that many. Tests to see how these helmets are performing just was like training by fire. [00:04:27]I tell people frequently that I'm a mediocre engineer. I'm really a better technician. I just somehow wiggled my way to get my degree, but mostly I just love being in the shop. [00:04:36] If you saw my office next to me as a drill press on the other side of the bandsaw, just being out there with my hands is the way [00:04:44] Craig Dalton: [00:04:44] I work. And did you have a background at cycling when you were in the aerospace industry? [00:04:48] Brad Waldron: [00:04:48] I had started cycling with some friends and just, around the LA area. [00:04:52] And if, I lived in first and Palmdale. When I first moved into Palmdale, I walked into a bike shop and this long hair blonde guy walks up and says, can I help you? And I said I'm new to the area. Can tell me where some trails are. And he's I'll pick you up Saturday morning at nine, it turned out it was insane. [00:05:10] Wayne crows Dale. So my first ride was insane, Wayne, and he there's a long story on board with it all, but he basically rode a wheelie up the fire road next to me, up and up. And, but we had a, the time rode with Wayne A. Little bit and then, got into riding there. And then the transfer down further. [00:05:29] Into the depths of LA, where you have to drive an hour just to get to the dirt. lot of people around me were riding and that's where I really got started riding was during that. [00:05:39] Craig Dalton: [00:05:39] Yeah. Right on. And you brought that to specialize and obviously specialized has a big riding culture down there in Morgan hill. [00:05:45] Brad Waldron: [00:05:45] Yep. Yeah. We're actually about 500 meters from them. Our building is they actually have to pass us to get to their building. And so we painted big ass Cali letters all over the building. Just to annoy him. [00:05:58]Craig Dalton: [00:05:58] So then at some point you decided I'm going to jump off and do this on my own. What, was there a particular market opportunity that you saw? [00:06:05] Something that you felt wasn't being done at the bigger companies? [00:06:08] Brad Waldron: [00:06:08] No, not yet. That's not really where it happened. At the time when I was in special ed, so I had moved on from helmets and eventually became the head of engineering that specialized for everything for bikes. Mostly. What I concentrated on was the carbon fiber projects. [00:06:22]The the, I worked on the tarmac and Robi mostly on the layups and things like that. Other guys who had much better frame experience than I did you know, the geometry? So I would go the factories and work with the carbon layups and things like that. And we would make it and break it. I still have, I have tarmac frame, number two, doesn't look, anything like what went to production. [00:06:43]It had a split top tube who knew that was UCI illegal, but so my re people see it all the time. It doesn't say special. I didn't say anything on it. So it's got carbon, top tube and chains and seats tubes, and and then the underbody is aluminum. So the idea was it was going to be nice, crisp, feel of the aluminum, but where your body touches, you're going to have that forgiving carbon fiber Conceptually feel. [00:07:09] And so I still have that bike when people see me out on it I'm not a big roadie. I don't ride a lot on the road, but they're like, what the hell is that? Because it's totally unrecognizable, but it's pretty cool. So I actually left specialized primarily because they were going through some transitions at the time they had wanted to transfer a lot of the engineering to Taiwan. [00:07:32] And I wasn't interested in that job. I had my first kid, I didn't want to travel, did not want to travel at all. And so I actually resigned from the position. It was a great experience. It took me nine months to leave. Because I didn't have another job. I hired my replacement. I finished those two bikes and then just started consulting a little bit. [00:07:52] So I consulted. A little bit with true beta worked on their first carbon bars. With Jared Smith, they're headed for engineering their first carbon cranks, things like that. And it bounced around a little bit. Then somebody came to me and said, we need a carbon fiber factory in China to feed these other factories. [00:08:12] And I just quit specialized cause I didn't want to travel. And they came to me and said, Hey, can you help us start the Stackery? And I'm like, how many times a year will I have to come? Then they were four times. I'm like four, okay. Talking to a non traveler. Now I said, I can come for four times a year. I spent no less than 150 days a year for the next seven years. [00:08:33]I just couldn't let it go, try to get the thing up and running and working the way. And we made things like skid plates and pipe bards. KTM was one of our biggest customers. But one of our customers was a helping it factory. So they came to us to make a motorcycle helmet shell, and they, we looked at this thing and we made the shell, we sent it over. [00:08:52]And they knew I also had some testing background. They were showing me these test results. And I was seeing some things that I didn't like. Basically I was seeing a double spike in G-Force and what that meant to me, it was inside your school or your brains just slapping around. Cause you're seeing a double impact. [00:09:10]That was happening because as the impact hits the outer shell was so stiff that if you forced a spike up, then as the shell breaks down, they start to fall. Then you hit the foam and they spike up again. I'm like okay, what's doing, that is the gap between your foam and my shell. [00:09:27]Let's get this thing tighter. Arrive, for example, really prides themselves on the fact that they designed their foam and shell to fit so well. Not everybody spends that much time on it. Then I had this really, according to them, stupid idea. He said, why aren't you in molding these like the bike helmet? [00:09:43] And they're like, that's impossible. It's a processing problem. You'll never make it work. And that's where that let's just try it thing came in. So we went in and we tried it. It took a couple of years to finally get it to work, but we started in molding motorcycle helmet. So now you're eliminating that gap between the farm and shop. [00:10:03] Then on top of it, you start to learn, oh, I don't need that much shell. I can thin the shell down because I've got the phone, backing it up. And by the way, I don't even have to have as high of DPS density. I can lower that too. So now I'm finding out that when I have the impact, instead of having that double spike and G-forces, I've got this nice smooth curve that spreads the load much more efficiently, then I got less shell. [00:10:29] I got lighter foam. I got a much lighter helmet. And I always liked to tell people I never start a project with a weight goal. I think that's not a good way to start a project that, that compromises safety in my opinion. But that process was helping us make a much lighter helmet, which in the end is simple physics force equals mass times acceleration, reduce the mass. [00:10:51] You're going to reduce the force. So we started, Perfecting this process showing these results around, tried to sell the patent. I did not. I was not looking to start my own company. That being a CEO, being in sales and marketing, not my favorite thing. We had a few people who were really close to buying it and then backed off. [00:11:11] And then somebody who somebody came along a golden investor, essentially. Came along and said, you got to do this and I'll back you. And so I've got one silent investor in his company has been nothing but amazing. Always allowing me to make safety decisions first over simply. What are your sales today? [00:11:30]Craig Dalton: [00:11:30] You mentioned that's amazing. You mentioned that you started with that motorcycle helmets technology did Cali launch where the motorcycle [00:11:39]Brad Waldron: [00:11:39] we did and nobody cared. Literally we, we went to the Interbike of Moda, which was Indianapolis. There was in Indianapolis motor sports show and we got our booth and I'm standing there my first day. [00:11:52] And you could hear the yarn from the industry. Nobody cared, had the cutouts, you could see. So the second day I'm like, I spent all of my money to get here. I stood in the aisle and made people pick up the helmet. Cause it was significantly lighter. Then what people were used to, and, know, you get the response, like that's it's okay. [00:12:09] But I guess just put it in your hands and if you don't want to talk to me, move on and then you put it in their hands and go, what is this? And then through that, the rest of the next few days, I only had one guy actually put it in my hand and walk on. Everybody else said, all right, what's going on? [00:12:22] And then we would explain what was happening with the in molding process and why we could do what we could do and, and show the results of the [00:12:30] Craig Dalton: [00:12:30] testing. Was it always in the back of your head to move into the cycling market? [00:12:35]Brad Waldron: [00:12:35] I was more of a cyclist than I was Moto. When I started doing good, if I get involved with something, I want to get into the sport. [00:12:41] So when we started making skid plates and pipe guards, I went and bought motorcycles, started riding dirt bikes. Now I ride a Ducati and in a fixer and and but cycling was definitely more my heart. But it, so it wasn't that I was necessarily looking to do that, but we had found a way to build full shell helmets that I believe in, I drank my own Kool-Aid that when you put that on your head using that technology, you were putting on a safer product on your head. [00:13:11] So the next thing of course was to do a full face download on it. So we did that and immediately the bike industry was. More welcoming. Yeah. The motor industry is great, but it's complex. It's the distributors have all had their own helmet brands. So in our industry, we've got the different distributors BTI, K Chaz QBP, all these different guys. [00:13:34] They don't have their own brands. When you start talking about Modo, they all have their own Hammad brands. If you think. The answer for example, is open owned by a company called  Rocky. There's just the complexity of getting past the house brands where, when you were finding people were interested in our conversations. [00:13:51]We'd go to Interbike and people wanted to talk to us. They wanted to hear about what we had and yeah, and that's where we really started taking it off is when we were having these one-on-one conversations, it wasn't through any advertising. We did it. Wasn't through. The talk, it was meeting people and just showing them what we did and answering questions. [00:14:10]And that philosophy is still super important to us today. You call Kelly today. You better get somebody on the phone, somebody better to answer the phone. Cause that's our, we want to talk to people and respond. And that's an important part of who we are. So [00:14:24] Craig Dalton: [00:14:24] is it safe to say that the sort of signals the bike industry was giving you around the full face helmet suggested, Hey. [00:14:30] We need to lean into this and create a range of helmets for cyclists. [00:14:34]Brad Waldron: [00:14:34] Yeah. It came into, when you started talking to shops and what their needs are it's one thing to walk in with one helmet, it, when you're going up against, but let's be honest, you're going up against track, specialized, giant Cannondale, Scott, these guys all have, all their products behind them. [00:14:52]And they all have helmets and there's incentives to bring in those helmets. You get a discount if you bring that in. Then the only, other, not the only, but the other big boys would in are, bell Jiro who do have a complete range, that doesn't leave a lot of room for a lot of other people. [00:15:04] So expanding your range and it's something that makes sense for a shop carry. I still love bike shops. I still love walking in and smell the rubber. And still today Over 90% of our sales are still two independent bike dealers. Our, the amount that sold online is small. And that's a whole nother, probably podcast to talk about how that continues. [00:15:29] But our main focus is still to, to maintain those relationships with those independent bike shops. [00:15:35] Craig Dalton: [00:15:35] Interesting. So when you develop that range and I guess we can slip into the. More road and gravel helmets that you guys have been releasing over the few years. What features were you leaning into at that point? [00:15:46]You talked about how originally the differentiator turned out to be the weight and the technology around protecting the head and maybe a different way than had been done. Where did that go to for the road slash gravel helmets? [00:15:59] Brad Waldron: [00:15:59] Sure. Really what's what continues to drive us as technology. [00:16:02] We're always looking for stuff that can help us make. The next step. And we started with a technology from a guy from Australia called conehead, where you got the geometric shapes inside these helmets and they crushed the, but to get more specific to answering your question, some of the difficulties, when you start talking about road, helmets is ventilation is so important, right? [00:16:24] So getting big vents, getting air flow through. When you do that, you have to  really crank up the density of the foam to get the enough to stop the impact according to the standards. When you do that let me put it another way to start with this. I believe all helmets are too hard. [00:16:41] We're hurting people by the foam densities. We need to get the foam densities down. It's based on how the interpretation of the standards are, which are built to take the worst of the worst crashes. We're not doing enough to deal with them. Where the majority of crashes are, which are according to a study at the Imperial college of London. [00:16:59]80% of all bicycle accidents are below 160. G's, yet all I got to do to pass a test and sell you a helmet is go to the test lab and make sure it doesn't go over 300 GS. Now 300 GS is close to death. Alrighty. How do we address both of those big hits? But also the majority of those hits. [00:17:21] And so that's where, that's where a lot of my time gets focused on. It's not specifically for a genre of helmet per se, but how do we lower the density of the foam? How do we put stuff next to your head? That's softer. How do we start reducing impact at zero G's? So now I jumped back to the question of how do we deal with the gravel helmets? [00:17:45]Again, now I'm battling. I got to put a lot of foam in a small space, which means I got to Jack up the densities. What's cool. Even though a lot of people don't know about Kali, we're known within the industry and the other helmet companies know each other. But getting a reputation is it somebody who wants to try technology? [00:18:03] We get people coming to us all the time saying, Hey, you want to try this? And my answer is always the same. If it works right, you bet. I'm going to try it. W we were approached initially by Don Morgan, that physicist from Australia with the corn head later, we were approached with a from a chemical company out of Italy that had this carbon nano to acrylic based material that they were trying to pitch as a multi impact material. [00:18:27]It didn't work as multi impact, but it works. So now I can bind the code ed and EPS. And I'm finding I'm able to lower the density in the helmet that we're probably going to talk about, which is the grit. And so much that I was shocked at the first round of testing that I was expecting the typical results where I got to put it way too hard, the higher density, if I'm in a place that I don't really want to put it, but by putting the right materials in the right combinations I'm getting better results then than I expected. [00:19:03]Craig Dalton: [00:19:03] And so did that sort of Eureka moment happened early in the process and allow you then to pursue different elements of the design? [00:19:11]Brad Waldron: [00:19:11] It wish she was at easy. We actually took, originally took that structure that I talked about and put it in an Aero helmet. And the other way I can go with this stuff is I can. [00:19:24] If you look at our Tada helmet, it's an Aero helmet. I think I've sold a hundred of them, so I don't think you've seen it. Probably. I think we have it on the Danish road team. So unless you've been there Copenhagen lately, I'm not sure you've seen this helmet, but if you actually look at it and you look at cross-section of it, it's one of the finished how much you've ever seen. [00:19:43]Which was interesting. For me as an engineer, that I could actually get this thing to work and pass the test. But because passing the test is not my goal. My goal is saving lives. Maybe cheeky about that, but it really is what we give a shit about. We want people to get on their bikes and ride more. [00:20:04]I want to get on my bike and ride more. I've been helicoptered off the hill before we want that to happen, but when I went back to more. Realistic thicknesses and I could drive those foam densities down. Now I'm getting the results I want and not only on linear impacts, but rotational impacts and I'll skip back. [00:20:24] We're doing a lot of testing and outside labs. So we took some of our helmets. We put in MIPS in it. We put in what we call Rian, which is our low density layer. That's Material developed by a professor out of London. We put in like five different anti-rotation systems and we tested them against each other. [00:20:42] And they all do an interesting job. A little better here, a little better there. Sometimes this system works, sometimes this is the work better. What consistently worked better was we threw in a. Helmet with extremely low density in it. It's actually a homophobic. We sell in Europe, but can't sell here because the density is too low and that helmet consistently performed way better in rotational forces. [00:21:06] So all these systems that we put in help, but what really matters is put softer shit next to your head. Let's get these things to be more crushing and more the pillow's a little bit overrated, but just get that stuff that will crush next to your head. So when I'm talking about using the nano material in the Coneheads structures, I'm basically talking about a way in a much smaller area to get the foam density down where it's really making a difference for you during that crash. [00:21:37] Craig Dalton: [00:21:37] Is that right? A way to articulate upon impact how a Cali helmet performs versus kind of maybe a major brand helmet in terms of how it crushes how the materials work? [00:21:48] Brad Waldron: [00:21:48] Sure. I don't know how to say it. It's that I can say, I'll go continue to go back to that foam density thing. Most people don't put as much energy as we do in trying to find how to get to that lower density. [00:22:01] So basically if the density is too hard, that thing you're going to smack and it's going to crack cracking is fine and a big hit on the helmet cause that's releasing energy. But what I really want is I want it to crush. And I wanted to crush equally. And then by having those, like those geometric shapes in that center, it's actually, if you look at it, it looks like an Oreo because the nanomaterials white, you've got the black DPS around it. [00:22:25] And as that outer side crushes, then you hit another material that's meant to crush and send the energy laterally away from your head in those geometric structures. Rather than a smack and a crack, you're just seeing a progressive crack with multiple different materials there  to help dissipate that energy. [00:22:44] Craig Dalton: [00:22:44] Yeah. That resonates with me. And it's, it's hard to visualize in a conversation at times for the listener potentially. But if you think about that, just the, I think the pillow analogy works for me where it's just progressively becoming more and more supportive as my head is unfortunately impacting the ground or dirt, wherever I'm riding. [00:23:01]Brad Waldron: [00:23:01] And, a lot of your impacts are small. And so you don't even get into the part, but it has to really, get harder and harder to stop that big hit. And that's my kind of, my complaint with the way that our testing is that, we're only testing for those big hits. [00:23:16]When we have, a lot of hits, we're actually hurting people by doing it the way we're doing it. So w we just got to look at it from all aspects, rather than just. Th there's one test that we do in the test lab. Yeah. [00:23:27] Craig Dalton: [00:23:27] I managed to ring my own bell, this pandemic on a gravel ride. So I've it's resonating with me that having a look, it wasn't a super devastating crash, but I had one of those impacts that I definitely rung my bell. [00:23:41] Definitely like maybe it was not concussed, but needed to be escorted home by a friend. [00:23:47] Brad Waldron: [00:23:47] Some level of brain trauma happened there. It might've been like, but something happened. Yeah. It happens at a surprisingly low amount of G-forces and that's why I keep talking about, we need to start managing those impacts from all levels, not just from the highest levels. [00:24:06] Craig Dalton: [00:24:06] Yeah. And you said that you said before, like the testing is just very. With the tests, one thing, and it's easy to design around that one thing without really thinking about the athlete and the impacts. [00:24:17] Brad Waldron: [00:24:17] Yeah. Our tests are based on tests that were done in, in, in 1973 where we dropped cadavers on their heads and measured for skull fracture. [00:24:27] Cause we didn't know enough to measure the brain trauma. And at that time we terminate that it took 300, G's a helmet. It head took 300 GS to crack the school. So that became. Where that 300 GS came from it's cracking your skull, and that was fine at the time, but we've moved on. We have better technology and people are trying, people are trying to make changes. [00:24:46]People ask me about MIPS and I always say, I respect them. What Dr. Haller did was taught us about rotational forces. And we've learned a lot about those rotational forces. I happened to have a different philosophy on how to manage those. Then what MIPS does, because I want to start with something softer next year, head, they use a slip plane thing that is between your head and the EPS that needs. [00:25:12] Yeah, I was going to [00:25:12] Craig Dalton: [00:25:12] say, I think a number of listeners might be familiar with MIPS as a technology because it has been pretty heavily marketed and it's that little plastic frame inside the helmet that is designed to move. Yeah. [00:25:23] Brad Waldron: [00:25:23] Yep. Yes. And in my test it works. It's a technology that, that works. [00:25:28]Again, I, it, I think there's another way to attack it and we do by using something that crushes more immediately and then it gets off the rotation, but I'll even go beyond that. Forget my systems, my low density layers versus MIPS versus somebody else's. What I found in my tests at the university of Strasburg and that dynamic research and other labs that we use our own labs is the lower you can make the foam, the lower density. [00:25:56] You can make the foam the better it performs in rotation as well. So that salt. What's off your shit next to your head [00:26:05] Craig Dalton: [00:26:05] keeps coming back to that, Brad, doesn't it [00:26:07] Brad Waldron: [00:26:07] really what it comes down to, it's not as simple is that right? Otherwise we just put something, we go use those old ProTech helmets that just, had the soft stuff in it. [00:26:14]Those bottom out and they do bottom out at a low number you're in trouble. So we have to, we're trying to manage, all the impacts and that's, what's hard. I had somebody at MIPS. Tell me once. Those are two different helmets and I'm like, You guys invented the anti-rotation thing. [00:26:29] We're smarter than that. We can do this, just different philosophies. Yeah. So [00:26:33] Craig Dalton: [00:26:33] all this culminated recently in the grit helmet, coming to market, is there anything you want to mention about that helmet that we haven't covered? [00:26:40]Brad Waldron: [00:26:40] Yeah. The grit was it, there's pressure that pressure. [00:26:45] There's a lot of requests from our distributors, especially in Europe that. So look at the road side of things. I'm I'm a dirt guy through and through. And we the grit got the name. We actually started, the name was called the nickname was the dirty road. And we saw that as something that was much more Cali. [00:27:04] Then if we said, oh, we're going to go try and put a helmet on it on a tour de France rider. We got a couple of helmets that are in that category that they the UNO and the grit, the UNO is like a hundred dollar helmet. It's nice. It was actually designed by Hildegard Mueller. [00:27:20] Hilgard was the head of design for JIRA for, he was a Gero for 20 years. I don't know how long he was head of design, but. And then, and he freelances now and he helped us with that design. Because as you know is primarily amount biker. And when the lights, gravity a lot our line had led, leaned that way for a long time. [00:27:38] And then the grit was designed by Alan O Kimora who I've worked with quite a bit. And he's former bell specialized worked on several specialized road helmets. But we really worked on these thinking more towards the gravel market than the road market, because it fit us and who we are more than you're saying, like I said, we're going to, we're going to go sponsor. [00:28:03] I was like saying sky because they're dead and they're not a team anymore, but it's just, something like that and more to, to what we are. Yep. [00:28:11] Craig Dalton: [00:28:11] And you certainly have some great athletes riding the helmets on the gravel scene, former guest and friend of the pod. Amanda Nauman is a great friend of Cali's. [00:28:21] Brad Waldron: [00:28:21] She's just super chill and rides like a monster. You know what she did at the XL. Just shows that and, just a great attitude and somebody that's fun to just watch and see her progress. [00:28:33] Craig Dalton: [00:28:33] Yeah. Yeah. It was a great racing debut for the helmet. For sure. [00:28:37]Brad Waldron: [00:28:37] Appreciate that. [00:28:39] Yeah. [00:28:39] Craig Dalton: [00:28:39] Cool. Brett, I appreciate the overview. I hope the listener got a bit out of this in terms of the type of helmet tech that they should be looking at. I think I'm probably guilty of not looking at my helmet enough and saying, Hey, it's time for a new one time to replace it. So this is a good reminder, this conversation to to think about what's hanging in the garage. [00:28:58]Brad Waldron: [00:28:58] Yeah. Do you want to keep that thing for us, especially if you're using it a lot. And it's not saying that it's not always has to be a Cali there's other helmets, there's other people making helmets they're out there like me that. Give a shit that want people to do well. [00:29:11]We have our philosophy and like I said earlier, I drink my Kool-Aid. I think what we're doing is right on and on target. But yeah, make sure that you're, taking a look at what you're putting on your [00:29:19] Craig Dalton: [00:29:19] head. Sure. And I'll make sure that the listener knows how to find you. [00:29:23]Brad Waldron: [00:29:23] I appreciate that. [00:29:24]Craig Dalton: [00:29:24] So that's it for this week's edition of the gravel ride podcast. I hope you learned a lot more about helmets than you did prior to listening. I know I did. [00:29:33]It's an area. I probably should be thinking a little bit more about given the state of my current helmet.  [00:29:38]Thank you for spending a little bit of your week with me this week. If you're interested in giving us any feedback or joining our community, please visit the ridership it's www.theridership.com. Until next time. Here's to finding some dirt under your wheels  

Nats Chat
Game 57: "Late Rally Thwarted + Strasburg Debut Anniversary"

Nats Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 41:08


The Nationals were topped 3-1 at Tampa Bay for their 3rd straight defeat. Mark & Al pinpoint the moments where the offense underwhelmed again, including the nearly impossible to believe stat where the team is hitting .145 with the bases loaded this season.  They give their reactions to the unconventional decision to hit Kyle Schwarber leadoff.  Plus, should Josh Bell have been send home in the 7th on the Harrison hit?(17:23) Jon Lester did not give up many runs, but didn't even last four innings. Al puts in perspective at how constantly taxed the bullpen is as Max Scherzer is the only pitcher to eat up frames.  Is there any good answer to this quandary?(25:47) We end this episode with happy topics to cleanse your palate.  Cade Cavalli made a major leap in Baseball America prospect rankings.  What's the next step for the star pitching prospect? (29:37) Luis Garcia was named AAA East Player of the Week on Monday.  Our listeners very much want him to be called up for good.  Do Al & Mark see that in the near future?(32:47) Tuesday marked 11 years since Stephen Strasburg's unforgettable MLB debut where he struck out 14 Pirates.  The hosts share their memories from that nationally televised evening at Nationals Park.  Does he have a shot at making a Hall of Fame push in the later portion of his career?

Grant and Danny
6.8.21 Hour 3: Beltway Blitz, Strasburg's 14 K debut was 11 years ago today, Shawn Kelley

Grant and Danny

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 42:42


0:30- Nats- Byron Kerr Wizards- Chris Miles WFT- Rick Snider 17:00- We take a blast into the past to June 8th, 2010 when Strasburg made his MLB debut and struck out 14 Pirates hitters at Nationals Park. 30:45- Shawn Kelley, former reliever for the Nats, joins G&D to discuss the MLB and pitchers cheating with sticky substances. He puts a percentage on players that have used these substances and it will blow your mind how many pitchers he thinks use these substances.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dynasty’s Child
Episode 151: Gittens' Kitten Mittens

Dynasty’s Child

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 68:41


Jake, Shelly, and Jordan get together on the Latest Dynasty's Child to discuss the latest news and notes, injuries, the Five Tools Of The Week, and another round of Top Podspect!

Dynasty’s Child
Episode 151: Gittens' Kitten Mittens

Dynasty’s Child

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 68:41


Jake, Shelly, and Jordan get together on the Latest Dynasty's Child to discuss the latest news and notes, injuries, the Five Tools Of The Week, and another round of Top Podspect!

Half Street High Heat
HSHH Episode 124 - Soto is back, Strasburg back to the IL and MASN Broadcast Discussion

Half Street High Heat

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2021 78:43


Amanda and Nick are leading this episode as they Quick Pitch the possibility of Stephen Strasburg living up to his contract after his latest, and yet another, trip to the Injured List this season. We then recap the series against the Braves that saw the Nats split 2 games a piece. Juan Soto turns a corner offensively, more bad baserunning and more inability to hit with runners in scoring position. We then get into the latest update regarding the situation surrounding FP Santangelo as we have an honest dicussion about how MASN and the Nats have handled this and how they should move forward this season and next. We end with a preview of the upcoming series against the Phillies with a prime opportunity to make a move within the NL East. Listen in! Check out HalfStHighHeat.com for more content! Check out the new Half Street High Heat store! http://tee.pub/lic/xPZiUO89Le4 #Ad We are proud to announce that MANSCAPED™ has sponsored us at Half Street High Heat! Support for this podcast is brought to you by MANSCAPED™, who is the best in men's below-the-waist grooming. MANSCAPED™offers precision-engineered tools for your family jewels. Use our promo code HSHH20 at checkout for 20% off your entire order plus free shipping at www.manscaped.com for a limited time! Follow us on Twitter: HSHH - @HalfStHighHeat Ryan, Host - @ShackIsDead Amanda, Host - @AWhite7877 Nick, Host - @NationalsAce Monty, Editor - @OnThePodThrice OPT, Digital Media Coordinator - @OnePursuitTakes Tyler, Content Creator - @nonrosterinvite Writers: Matt - @HolleranMDH Cameron (CK) - @CKNaim58 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/half-street-high-heat/support

MASN All Access Podcast
Series recap 15: Nats at Braves

MASN All Access Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 22:02


And we're back! After taking a break over Memorial Day Weekend, Bobby is back to recap a four-game split between the Nats and Braves. Check out home runs from Juan Soto, hear from Davey Martinez on Stephen Strasburg's injury and listen to Jon Lester discuss starting on short rest before getting ready for another division showdown in Philadelphia. Braves series Game 1 (1:13) Josh Bell homer (2:05) Game 2 (3:24) Zim/Soto homers (4:53) Davey on Strasburg injury (6:06) Game 3 (7:25) Soto homer (8:41) Gomes homer (9:55) Lester on short rest (11:23) Game 4 (13:43) Phillies preview (16:11)

Grant and Danny
6.2.21 Hour 4: Five at 5, Wizards lineup is out for game 5, Strasburg headed to 10 day IL, Ian Eagle

Grant and Danny

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 60:09


0:30- We get you guys all the highlights around the sports world for your five at 5.  18:20- The Wizards lineups came out tonight and we started breaking down game 5 about an hour and a half from tip-off. Also, we get the breaking news that Strasburg is headed to the IL again.  31:00- Strasburg is headed to the 10-day IL yet again after being pulled after going 1 1/3rd innings yesterday against the Braves. We break that down and tell you what we know.  38:11- Ian Eagle, legendary play-by-play announcer for Turner Sports, joins us to preview the NBA Playoff games the rest of the way as well as other NBA topics.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Locked On Fantasy Baseball - Daily MLB Fantasy Podcast
Tuesday Takeaways: Injuries to Tatis Jr. and Strasburg

Locked On Fantasy Baseball - Daily MLB Fantasy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 29:32


Scott Cullen breaks down a lot of action from Tuesday's games with injuries, multi-homer games and more. Digging deep on the waiver wire, injury updates, matchups and DFS value plays for Wednesday. Contact me on Twitter at @ByScottCullen or @LO_FantasyMLB.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Grant and Danny
6.2.21 Hour 2: Mark Zuckerman, We review our associate producers sloppy outfit, Double Play

Grant and Danny

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 39:44


0:30- Mark Zuckerman joins the program to go over Strasburg's injury and what he knows about the complexity of his injury. We also hear from Mike Rizzo on Strasburg's injuries from when he was on the Junkies this morning talking about the injury that got him pulled from yesterday's start.  20:30- Our associate producer Ryan dressed up in a "suit" and tie, we look at his outfit choice and explain it in the best way we can to our audience. He also may have accidentally ripped his pants to add on to his outfit, we break it down here.  33:35- We have our Double Play and we discuss driving problems for a portion of it.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Grant and Danny
6.2.21 Hour 1: Strasburg leaves start after 1 inning with injury, Damian Lillard's INSANE performance, Wizards-Sixers game 5 is tonight

Grant and Danny

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 37:55


0:30- Strasburg left his start after pitching 1 1/3rd against the Braves last night. He was noticeably shaking his arm and then was eventually pulled from his start so Grant and Danny discuss that mess in this first segment. Also, we recap last night's crazy NBA Playoff games.  18:39- Damian Lillard is just unbelievable. Even though the Blazers blew the game in 2OT against the Nuggets, 'Dame-Time' showed up with all the clutch shots that left you stunned.   32:13- The Wizards and the Sixers are set to face-off in Philly tonight with the good guys down 3-1 in the series. With Embiid ruled OUT for tonight, do we have a real chance to pull this together to force a game 6?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

MASN All Access Podcast
EP 139: Soto’s slump and Strasburg’s injury

MASN All Access Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 41:37


Juan Soto went 3-for-4 with an opposite-field homer Tuesday night. Is that enough to break the slugger out of his slump? Bobby and Amy discuss the importance of Soto’s bat and Stephen Strasburg’s injury. Plus, hear from Davey Martinez on Strasburg's injury (9:38) and Soto on hitting his home run (33:39).

BMitch & Finlay
6.2.21 Hour 3- Ben White, Strasburg Injury, Fred Katz

BMitch & Finlay

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 40:34


1:30- Ben White from Politico joins the show to talk economics and finance.  19:15- Mike Rizzo was on with the Junkies this morning talking about Stephan Strasburg and his injury. The guys talk about the injury and the Nats. 31:10- Fred Katz joins the show to talk about the Washington Wizards and their chances against the 76ers.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Travis Thomas Experience
06-02-21 The Travis Thomas Experience Hour 3

The Travis Thomas Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 47:49


Segment 1 - Travis reacts to the Ron Rivera Zoom Presser Segment 2 - Strasburg injured again. Plus, Damian Lillard WENT OFF in the Trailblazers loss to the Nuggets Segment 3 - Final Thoughts See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Sports Junkies
6/2 Hour 1- Embiid out for Game 5, Strasburg injured, JP's awkward gym convo

The Sports Junkies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 43:22


  4:41 Do the Wiz have a shot in Game 5 with Embiid out? 22:00 Strasburg injures his trap muscle 36:40 JP's friend shows him his scar and bush See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nats Chat
Game 51: Soto & Offense Bust Out Despite Strasburg's Early Exit

Nats Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 44:34


The Nationals beat the Braves 11-6 to end their losing streak on an eventful and long evening in Atlanta. Al & Mark begin by wondering whether this was overall a good or bad night for Nats fans. The good was the Juan Soto leading the offense with 3 hits (including a HR), the bad was Stephen Strasburg exiting in the 2nd inning due a tight right trapezius muscle.  They choose the good and give props not only to Soto, but also Ryan Zimmerman, who continues tearing the cover off the ball.(18:09) Washington utilized six relievers in almost eight innings of work.  A recap of all those who pitched out of the bullpen, including our guy Paolo "Mr. Untouchable" Espino.(26:38) A full discussion on Strasburg's injury.  The hosts look at what happened Tuesday in Atlanta as his velocity was way down, a clear sign that something was amiss.  They then zoom out and put in perspective how disappointing the big money contract for Strasburg has been so far.

MASN All Access Podcast
Series recap 13: Nats vs. Orioles

MASN All Access Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 30:34


The MASN Cup stays in D.C.! Bobby recaps the first edition of the 2021 Battle of the Beltways as the Nationals swept the Orioles out of the District. Tune in to hear from Stephen Strasburg and Ryan Zimmerman, plus Josh Harrison's grand slam! Then stay tuned for a quick preview of the Reds and Sean Doolittle discussing his return to Nats Park. Orioles series Game 1 (1:03) Strasburg on return and fans (3:44) Game 2 (5:02) Harrison grand slam (5:38) Zimmerman homer (6:12) Zim on curtain call (6:56) Game 3 (8:35) Schwarber homer (9:22) Reds preview (10:57) Sean Doolittle on return to Nats Park (13:54)

Nats Chat
Game 41: Strasburg Solid & Victorious in Return

Nats Chat

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2021 37:00


The Nats held off Baltimore 4-2 on a beautiful Friday night in D.C.  Mark & Al evaluate Stephen Strasburg's first start since returning from the IL; with the largest crowd of the season on-hand. Did Strasburg look like his usual self?(9:21) Josh Bell had his best night yet as a Nat, as he had three hits and also made a crucial defensive play to save a run in the 6th. The hosts focus on the important moment and what led to Bell making the heads-up play. Al then resurfaces his reasons as to why he is staunchly opposed to the pitcher hitting 8th.(26:03) Brad Hand struggled again in the 9th inning as this has become a habit lately.  Should Daniel Hudson replace him as the closer?

Grant and Danny
5.21.21 Hour 4: Five at 5, Strasburg is back and will start tonight, Joe Beninati joins G&D

Grant and Danny

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 52:22


We get you all the highlights around the sports world for your five at 5.  Strasburg is back on the bump tonight and will be facing the Orioles. What are your expectations for his first start in almost a month? Joe Beninati joins G&D to preview tonight's huge matchup between the Caps and Bruins. As the Caps try to equal the series up at 2-2, what can they do tonight to separate themselves from the Bruins?    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Inside West Virginia Politics
Gayle Manchin, Corridor H, Reta Mays, and Suddenlink on this week’s Inside West Virginia Politics

Inside West Virginia Politics

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 22:23


Gayle Manchin becomes first West Virginian to co-chair Appalachian Regional CommissionIn Segment 1, Gayle Manchin, new co-chair of Appalachian Regional Commission’s (ARC) thirteenth federal co-chair, talks with hosts Mark Curtis about what ARC is about and how it began after former President John F. Kennedy visited West Virginia. Manchin was the former First-Lady of West Virginia, former President of the Board of Education, and is currently the first ARC federal co-chair from West Virginia.How Corridor H may lead to more tourism in West VirginiaIn Segment 2, Gayle Manchin discusses how the Appalachian Regional Commission is assisting with the construction of Route 48, commonly known as Corridor H, and the significance of the route.Corridor H would extend from Interstate 79 (I-79) in Weston, West Virginia, eastward across the crest of the Allegheny Mountains to I-81 in Strasburg, Virginia. Doing so would shorten the trip to Washington D.C. by an estimated one hour and allow tourism to flourish in West Virginia with tourists from Washington D.C. Victims’ families’ attorney discusses Reta Mays’ sentencingIn Segment 3, West Virginia Attorney Tony O’Dell talks about the recent sentencing of Reta Mays, a fraudulent nursing assistant, who confessed to using insulin to murder seven elderly patients at the Clarksburg Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center.Mays was sentenced to serve seven consecutive life sentences, plus 20 years for an eighth victim she tried to kill, on Tuesday, May 11.O’Dell talks about what the families want out of their lawsuit against the VAMC.Suddenlink to submit improvement plan for West Virginia customersIn Segment 4, Charlotte Lane, the Public Service Commission Chair, discusses the letter she wrote to the heads of Suddenlink, requesting for them to submit a plan by Monday, June 7. The plan should detail what the company will fix to address common complaints West Virginia customers have, such as bills not being posted promptly, cut-offs being done in an untimely way and excessive 911 fees being charged to customers.  Lane also says she wants to see plans for a Suddenlink Customer Call Center in West Virginia. There are no call centers in the Mountain State at this time. She also wants the company to properly train technicians who can fix the problems many customers call about. Suddenlink has 350,000 customers in 31 West Virginia counties.   

Triple Play Fantasy’s Baseball Show
Injury Adventures with Derek Rhoads & Nic Civale

Triple Play Fantasy’s Baseball Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2021 98:08


Introduction: Our Weekly News and Notes Main Segment: Derek and Nic join the Triple Play Crew to discuss the injuries plaguing all of our fantasy teams this year as only these two experts can. They give their thoughts on ten of the toughest to read injured performers for us, and they hit them from all angles. These ten are: Degrom, Soroka, Yelich, Carrasco, Springer, Strasburg, Marte, Bellinger, Gallen and Buxton Question of the week: Who is the most recognizable athlete in Major League Baseball? Game of the Week: By David Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rotoworld Baseball Podcast
Tatis Jr. Tests Positive; Voit Returns; Kelenic Gets The Call

Rotoworld Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 37:30


Colin (@ColDontLie) and Chris (@Crawford_MiLB) cover the latest in injuries around the league including Fernando Tatis Jr. testing positive for COVID, Luke Voit returning to the diamond, and some positive news on the Strasburg and Yelich injury front. They go on to discuss the call up of top prospect Jarred Kelenic before predicting who might be the next big name to reach the show and remind managers of a seemingly forgotten top prospect to keep an eye on.

Fantasy Baseball Today Podcast
Week 7 Sleepers! Ohtani Trade Value, Fantasy Justice & More (5/7 Fantasy Baseball Podcast)

Fantasy Baseball Today Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 64:04


So what did Scott think of John Means' no-hitter (2:12)!? Is Madison Bumgarner back (5:10)? What do we do with the curious case of Andrew Heaney? ... We have news and notes (14:40)! Buxton left with injury, we have updates on Strasburg and Carrasco, Albert Pujols was released, prospect updates and more. ... How should you value Shohei Ohtani in a trade right now (23:20)? ... Let's get you ready for Week 7 (28:49)! Which two-start pitchers should you be targeting? What about sleeper hitters for next week? ... What should you do with struggling hitters like Alec Bohm, Joey Gallo, and Max Kepler (39:28)?... Should you add Jeimer Candelario plus bullpen updates and streamers for the weekend (49:39). ... We wrap the week up with some Fantasy Justice For All (55:00)! ... Email us at fantasybaseball@cbsi.com. 'Fantasy Baseball Today' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Follow our FBT team on Twitter: @FBTPod, @CTowersCBS, @CBSScottWhite, @Roto_Frank, @AdamAizer Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/fantasybaseballtoday Sign up for the FBT Newsletter at https://www.cbssports.com/newsletters/fantasy-baseball-today/ For more fantasy baseball coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/baseball/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/FantasyBaseballToday You can listen to Fantasy Baseball Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Sports Junkies
4/19 Hour 1- Valdez is back, Sports Page, Jake Paul fight

The Sports Junkies

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 42:51


  2:00 Valdez is back after Covid 20:00 Stuart Cink wins at 47 24:54 Strasburg to the IL 33:23 Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fantasy Baseball in 15
An Acuña injury, Strasburg to the IL, several Sunday gems, and a strange schedule week on tap

Fantasy Baseball in 15

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 16:31


DVR discusses a weekend packed with injuries -- including an early exit for Ronald Acuña Jr. on Sunday -- before looking at several Sunday standouts, an unusual schedule for the upcoming week, and streaming pitchers to consider for Monday.  Rundown 0:45 Acuña Leads a Rash of Weekend Injuries League-Wide 3:39 Stephen Strasburg to the IL; Erick Fedde as a Pickup? 7:00 Sunday's Pitching Standouts 10:16 Weekly Schedule Quirks 11:07 Monday's Streaming Options Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper Subscribe to The Athletic for just $3.99/mo to start: theathletic.com/baseballin15 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Nats Chat
Game 13: Strasburg Placed on the IL Before a Loss to Arizona

Nats Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 39:59


Sunday was not a good day for the Nationals as it began with news that Stephen Strasburg has been placed on the 10 day IL due to right shoulder inflammation.  Veteran Paolo Espino then started in Strasburg's place and Washington lost 5-2 to Arizona for a series split.  Mark & Al update  everything we know so far about Strasburg's injury.(12:27)  The circumstances behind Espino's start reminds Mark of the "Miss Iowa" moment from years back at Nationals Park and explains the reference.  The guys then highlight how the bullpen has been taxed this past week, a mixture of no off days and many starters not lasting 6 innings.(22:03) Juan Soto committed his 2nd TOOTBLAN of the season.  Al gives an empassioned plea for Soto to ease up on the bases (After this recording, Ronald Acuna Jr. left Atlanta's game following a head-first slide). Plus, is the experiment of Victor Robles in the lead-off spot already over?(34:36) A preview of the three game series that begins Monday night in D.C. against St. Louis.  All eyes will be on Patrick Corbin on Tuesday.  

Nats Chat
Game 12: Fedde Impresses & McGowin Overcomes Shaky Defense Behind Him

Nats Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2021 37:10


The Nationals have won two straight for the first time this season as they defeated Arizona 6-2. Al & Tim Shovers analyze Erick Fedde's impressive start, that saw him strikeout 9 Diamondbacks, tying a career high.(9:32) The offense was impressive as it tallied 15 hits, including a trio of Nats who had 3 hits apiece. However, Victor Robles did not start as Andrew Stevenson got the nod in CF.  Anything to make of that, or just off for a day game?  Plus, has the organization fully moved on from him in the lead-off spot?(16:25) A discussion on the defense as Washington had 2 errors in the game and another blunder in the 9th that almost was very costly. The bullpen on the other hand, had an active day as Luis Avilan was placed on the IL, Wander Suero left early with an apparent injury, and the two Kyle's came through in the clutch. (27:09) A preview of Sunday's starting pitching match-up between two World Series MVPs, Stephen Strasburg vs. Madison Bumgarner. How important is this start for Strasburg?  Finally, Tim has some Bumgarner inspired trivia for Al, diehard Nats fans please feel free to play along.  

Nats Chat
Game 8: Strasburg Struggles in St. Louis

Nats Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2021 27:19


The Nats were routed 14-3 by the Cardinals Tuesday evening as Stephen Strasburg had one of his worst career starts, allowing 8 runs in 4+ innings.  Al & Mark run through Strasburg's outing and the camera controversy in the tunnel that dominated the postgame conversation.  Anything physically wrong with Strasburg or was it just poor mechanics?(13:37) The 5th inning was a nightmare for Washington reliever Luis Avilan and the guys recap the 9 run frame for the Cardinals.  On the bright side, the bullpen was effective in the final 3 innings of work, including a memorable bottom of the 8th pitched by a position player.  (22:56) Finally, a preview of the series rubber match Wednesday afternoon as Joe Ross takes on veteran right-hander Adam Wainwright, and an update on Will Harris.

Nats Chat
Game 3: Strasburg Gem Wasted

Nats Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2021 20:01


The Nationals were shutout 2-0 by Atlanta to lose both games of the Wednesday doubleheader.  Mark & Al look at how the shorthanded lineup was unable to give Stephen Strasburg any help, despite his dominant day on the mound.  Should Ryan Zimmerman have started both games to provide an offensive lift?(15:18) The guys close with by previewing the weekend series in Los Angeles and what to expect rotation-wise.  Will any of the players that have been held out due to the virus return to the field?  

The Kevin Sheehan Show
Sole Owner Snyder

The Kevin Sheehan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 88:03


Kevin and Thom today discussing what Dan Snyder's buyout of his team's minority shareholders means and doesn't mean. Also, what's next? Will we get the details of the Beth Wilkenson report or not? How about the competition on this story between the New York Times and Washington Post....Thom's experienced thoughts on that as well. The boys talked a little Turgeon, Strasburg, and more. Also, Kevin had author Dave Ungrady on the show to talk about an interesting Len Bias project he's working on.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices