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Continuing a series of exclusive interviews with members of the Miami Marlins bullpen, our second guest is left-hander Steven Okert (5:00). He took us through his unorthodox path to becoming a major league setup man, including: Being drafted three separate times MLB debut with Giants Free agent limbo during COVID Working with Tom Koehler as his agent What makes him so effective Always resting on “Sandy Day” Pitching on back-to-back-to-back days Pranks and personalities in Marlins ‘pen Follow Steven Okert on Instagram (@steven_okert). Follow Noah (@Trainboy100) and Fish Stripes (@fishstripes). Check out our full coverage here at FishStripes.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Former Marlins pitcher and current agent with Pro Agents Inc. Tom Koehler joins the show to talk about coming up in the Miami system, his tenure in a Mimai uniform, joining the business side of baseball, the current scope of the organization and much more.
We bring on 16 guests—one for each team in the postseason—to tell you why that team could win this year’s World Series. From the favorites like the Dodgers and the Rays, to the long shots like the Brewers and the Marlins, the field is wide open this year. Plus: a bonus intermission with Cleveland postseason hero Rajai Davis! Hosts: Jake Mintz and Jordan Shusterman Guests: Randy Wilkins, Demetrius Bell, Andrew Stoeten, Ian Happ, Alex Coffey, Andre Knott, Rajai Davis, Tyler Stafford, Will Leitch, Brace Hemmelgarn, Juan Toribio, Danny Graves, Jason Benetti, Jorge Arangure, Rhea Butcher, Tom Koehler, Adam McCalvy
Former Miami Marlins pitcher Tom Koehler, a Stony Brook alum, joins The Howl to discuss the next phase of his involvement with professional baseball after retiring from MLB as a player during spring training.
Former big leaguer Tom Koehler discusses developing a grinder's mentality, learning to differentiate his curveball and slider, consistently starting in a 5-day rotation for nearly 8 years, and the capsular shoulder injury that ended his career.
On this episode (recorded March 26, 2020), Paul and Glenn catch up with former Marlins pitcher Tom Koehler, who recently retired after missing the last 2 seasons due to a series of shoulder injuries. Koehler was a stalwart in the Miami starting rotation from 2013 into the 2017 season and reflects on his personal baseball journey, on his time with the Marlins, the personal bonds he formed with South Florida baseball fans and with many of his Marlins teammates. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sev-geff/support
Maybe on the podcast we'll talk about who the hell is Johneshway Fargas? Is he the guy from Starsky and Hutch? We can talk about the retirement of pitcher Tom Koehler, why Dinelson Lamet is a popular breakout candidate, a nice 5 year run from the great Babe Ruth, the rest of my 15 team SLOW redraft, is Matt Harvey still with us, Greg Bird hasn't landed, the magnificent Mr. Kiner Falefa, and the indefatigable Jay Bruce.
On the show this evening we'll talk about the Yankees' Mike Tauchman, my slow and continuing 15 team redraft, a change of scenery for Dylan Bundy, the $10.5M prison of Rusney Castillo, the retirement of Tom Koehler, the White Sox and Yoan Moncada have a meeting, the opulent Austin Ekeler, and the great Collin McHugh.
Tom Koehler retires, which reminds Aram of the 2014 offseason...The weirdest in Marlins history. Also, a look at the Marlins bullpen options for 2020. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ryan says its nice that the Pirates are coming into spring healthy - Pirates come out of week 1 with 2 pitcher injuries. Sounds about right! Clay Holmes and Steven Brault both get injured this week and Tom Koehler announces his retirement. Hear how this pitching group is shaping up for Opening Day.DiNardo asks Ryan for some overreaction thoughts with week 1 in the books. Are we more worried that the Pirates are giving up a lot of runs or more worried that they're not scoring a lot of runs?Pirates announce they will be experimenting with a 4 man outfield shift. Yinzer overreactions - What it means - Who will be part of it - What do we think of it.Yadier Alvarez was made available by the Dodgers, however he passed through waivers unclaimed and will be returning to them. Why this time it was ok to pass up the prototypical Neal Huntington addition.
Stony Brook athletic director Shawn Heilbron discusses evolving NCAA rules regarding student-athletes being able to earn money using their name, Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Tom Koehler reminisces about his days at Stony Brook and his return from shoulder surgery, and Joe Spallina and Taryn Ohlmiller from the Seawolves women's lacrosse team chat about their rugged nonconference schedule on Episode 1 of the Howl.
On Wednesday, the Pittsburgh Pirates signed a veteran right-handed pitcher to a minor league contract in what could prove to be a worthwhile gamble The Pittsburgh Pirates made a pair of minor league signings on Wednesday afternoon. One of the two players signed was a veteran pitcher Tom Koehler. Koehler is slated to miss most, potentially all, of the 2019 season, however, signing him was a worthwhile gamble. The 32-year-old Koehler has not pitched at the MLB level since 2017. After spending the first five seasons of his career with the Miami Marlins, he split the 2017 season between the Marlins and Toronto Blue Jays. It was with the Blue Jays that Koehler began to transition to a bullpen role. Make sure to give our hosts a follow on Instagram Benson - @bucsdugout Jarred - @pirates.strong Follow the Baseball Podcast Network on all their social media platforms Instagram - @baseballpodcastnet Twitter - @baseballpodcas1 YouTube - Baseball Podcast Network SoundCloud - Baseball Podcast Network
On this episode of Swings and Mishes, Craig has an in-depth conversation with Jose Fernandez's agent, Scott Boras, about Jose's passing, his emotions in the aftermath, and what could have been had this tragedy been avoided. This is a very special episode to the Swings and Mishes crew. Any fan of Jose will enjoy pt. 1 of this Jose Fernandez tribute. Tom Koehler will be pt. 2.
In part 2 of our Jose Fernandez tribute episodes, Craig shares his story of the day Jose passed with Jeremy. Plus, Jose's former teammate, Tom Koehler, shares the chilling memories of what the day was like for the players and organization. He also reflects on who Jose was and his impact on those around him.
ESPN's Dan Szymborski stops by to discuss his ZiPS projections for the Blue Jays in 2018, with specific discussion about the middle infield, Aaron Sanchez, and the general direction of the team. Greg, Josh, and Nick then discuss the Aledmys Diaz pickup, Shohei Ohtani not joining the Jays, the non-tenders of Ryan Goins and Tom Koehler, the Marcus Stroman/Jeff Blair feud, and Gregg Zaun being fired by Sportsnet. They also answer listener questions and bring on a Patron to play Swing and a Drive.
The Jays season is not going so well (yet again), but that doesn't mean there isn't a lot to discuss -- things like: the weird survey the club sent out this week, the debut of Tom Koehler, the future of Josh Donaldson and Kendrys Morales, Youppi and Tommy Lasorda, and the glimmer of playoff hope still not quite yet extinguished! || Help support the content you value; become a Birds All Day supporter at Patreon.com/BirdsAllDay Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jays Journal Podcast - August 24. "An Unforgiving Season."The Blue Jays found themselves pleasantly surprised by the spot start heroics of journeyman Tom Koehler and profoundly disappointed with an anemic offence that failed to generate any run support in a 2-0 loss to the Rays.And so, yet another winnable series falls by the wayside; notwithstanding the inevitable melancholy that follows, we're pleased to bring you a bona fide diversion of the first order as host Ari Shapiro is joined by a stellar round table consisting of Sportsnet writer and blogger, Tao of Stieb (@TaoofStieb), motivational speaker and mental game coach, Diamyn Hall (@DiamynHall), and podcaster and host of South of the Six, Adam Corsair (@ACorsair21; @SouthOfThe6ix). Together, they set out to tackle a multitude of pressing issues including:The microcosm of post-season futility that was the Tampa Bay series (3:01), if the front office is taking advantage of fans with their marketing rose-colored glasses (6:20), how fans will likely remember this season once it's over (12:18), equating player regression versus underachievement (15:41), will the Donaldson-Tulowitzki-Martin leadership triumvirate remain in place for 2018 (19:21), the Josh Donaldson conundrum (21:57), if the team should make a free agent splash during the off-season (27:42), and understanding priorities for the future (31:55).Tonight's episode was brought to you by: Cloudwifi (cloudwifi.ca). Do you live in a condominium and are paying too much for internet? Surf faster and save money by getting your building on-board for a chance to win a pair of season tickets for the 2018 Toronto Blue Jays regular season. E-mail email@example.com today and see if you qualify.
Jays From the Couch proudly presents Episode 133 of our podcast. This week, we use draw some parallels between the Blue Jays' 2017 season and Game of Thrones. There are some characters that appear to have made an appearance on the roster this season. We look at Raffy Lopez, Ryan Goins and a few others. We also dive into the recent trade for Tom Koehler. All of this and some reader questions await you in Ep133 of the JFtC Radio podcast.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jays-from-the-couch-radio/support
Episode 264 – The End Of The Tom Koehler Era The latest episode of “Field of Streams” is live! In this episode, Dylan Higgins and Matthew Dewoskin discuss Matt Garza’s resurgence, Yovani Gallardo turning things around a bit, Jimmy Nelson seemingly always facing the Cubs, the White Sox obvious regression, Zack Godley’s strikeout rate, Guillermo Heredia’s job, Matt’s moving adventure, […]
Episode 261 – That Gets My Antenna Up The latest episode of “Field of Streams” is live! In this episode, Dylan Higgins and Matthew Dewoskin discuss the Mets’ mess, Trevor Bauer’s homer problem, Josh Bell’s bad nickname, Jered Weaver’s weird season, Dylan trying to find a Yankee he likes, Dan Straily not being the new Tom Koehler, Marwin Gonzalez’s hot […]
Marlins broadcasters Glenn Geffner and Kyle Sielaff are joined by starting pitcher Tom Koehler, president of baseball operations Michael Hill, the great Jack McKeon and voice of the Marlins on FOX Sports Florida, Rich Waltz on a special edition of the Marlins Hot Stove Show.
With Millar out of the picture for Friday's episode, Al Leiter joins the show to give his expert analysis on some of baseball's hottest stories! There are important games being played all across baseball this weekend, and the guys look into the big Kershaw vs. Cueto Matchup in San Francisco! Plus, Marlins pitcher Tom Koehler joins the show for the best interview in baseball! Don't miss out on some sweet dance moves by Koehler and Leiter!
Defending NL MVP Bryce Harper hit another home run off Tom Koehler in the first, but Washington Nationals' right-hander Max Scherzer was not sharp this afternoon and the Miami Marlins fought back with five runs in five innings against the Nats' starter in what ended up a 5-1 win. The Nationals and Marlins split their four-game set in South Florida and now the Nats head home to take on the Minnesota Twins this weekend.
Bryce Harper took Miami Marlins' starter Tom Koehler deep in three consecutive at bats earlier this season and got him again tonight for a three-run blast in the fifth that put the Washington Nationals up 5-2 in what ended up a 7-2 win in Marlins Park.
Episode 48 – Speaking of Walkers The latest episode of “Field of Streams” is live! In this episode, Dylan Higgins and Matthew Dewoskin discuss Matt’s dirty air conditioner and his cleaning adventures, Tom Koehler’s reverse splits that could cause him trouble in Toronto, an unfortunate — and accidental — nickname for Shane Greene, Dylan asking […]
Bryce Harper hit three home runs off Miami Marlins' starter Tom Koehler and Max Scherzer settled in after giving up two runs early and the Washington Nationals took a 7-5 decision over the Miami Marlins and 2 of 3 in the series in D.C.
Episode 3 – Kyle Kendrick Voodoo Doll The latest episode of “Field of Streams” is live! In this episode, Dylan Higgins and Matthew Dewoskin discuss not being able to understand what is going on with overachieving Rockies pitchers, Kevin Kiermaier, obvious stacks, crazy hype comparisons, the indescribable Tom Koehler, tantalizing streamers, and the very unappealing […]