Ed and Tim are joined by Dominic LoBrutto to discuss his rehab from Tommy John Surgery, the art of throwing a Cutter, and more! Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook @PeskyReport. You can leave a text or a voicemail at (860) 698-1174 We are a part of Belly Up Sports Media. Tons of content over on their website at www.BellyUpSports.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Markus "The Waterboy" Boucher takes a look at Brock Purdy's MRI results that showed a "complete tear" of his Ulnar Collateral Ligament in his elbow and whether or not he will need Tommy John surgery which would cause him to miss the majority of the 2023 season.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former Giants RHP, 2-time World Series Champion & current Baseball Analyst, George Kontos joins KNBR Tonight with F.P. Santangelo to share his experiences with Tommy John surgery and to discuss his perspective on 49ers QB Brock Purdy torn UCL in his right elbow.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dylan Campione, Nicho Fernandez & Dovid Halpert are joined by Jared Lakind to discuss his career journey! Hear Jared's experiences as a member of Team Israel in the 2017 World Baseball Classic, pitching in the minors & independent ball as well as his recovery from Tommy John Surgery. Thanks so much for joining us Jared, appreciate all the time, insight & laughs! Great news! Side Retired is now partnered with Seatgeek! For all ticketing needs go to Seatgeek.com and use promo code SIDERETIREDPOD for $20 off your first order! We've got you covered from all things ranging from sporting events to concerts including NFL & NHL. Yes, this means we are officially taking you out to the ballgame!
Join Ben Verlander and Alex Curry as they breakdown this years Hall of Fame Class, Bryce Harper's Tommy John Surgery, and Miguel “Miggy” Cabrera's farewell tour & name that free agent! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
USA vs. England match review & the latest from MLB including Tommy John Surgery for Bryce Harper and big free agency news. Hosted by Lawrence "Patch-Man" Lang and Mark "Old Ops Guy" Halpern. Recorded on 11/25/22 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sports-insanity-podcast/support
In today's episode, Connor discusses everything that has to do with Bryce Harper's successful Tommy John surgery: how it will affect the Phillies, how long until he is back on the field, what is the contingency plan going forward, why the wait between the end of the season and now to have it, will there be any lasting effects, and more. He also shares his thoughts on why the Philadelphia Phillies can certainly survive Harper's absence as he recovers from his surgery. Finally, in Off The Poll, how annoyed are you with Bryce Harper's decision to wait longer than the end of the season to have elbow surgery? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bryce Harper underwent Tommy John Surgery. He is expected to return to DH duties around mid-season in 2023 with a possible return to right field by season-end. This opens up playing time for some of the lesser-known Phillies outfielders. The Twins have made multiple offers to Carlos Correa. What will it take to bring him back to Minnesota? The Brewers are looking to extend Willy Adames. All this (and more) on today's episode.
Season 4 Episode 35 is out with Alex Reynolds. He is currently a pitching intern at Cressey Sports Performance located in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. He graduated from Babson College with a M.S. in Business Analytics. While also graduating B.A. in a Business Analytics and Finance. He played 5 years of college baseball at Babson and his main position was a catcher Alex talks about why he picked business analytics as a major and why it's such a good degree for future analytically mindset individuals. During his time at Babson, he underwent Tommy John Surgery. During this time, Alex along with Eric Schoenberg wanted to create a platform for athletes to share their experiences and offer support with their TJ Surgery & rehab process. Alex explains his overall role at Cressey and what the future of CSP Pitching entails. Within Cressey, Alex is able to dive completely into the development side of pitching while using his analytical skills to provide value within overall player progression profiles. Timestamps Intro (1:20) Alex's background includes – M.S. in Business Analytics and Playing Career (2:30) Tommy John Experience and Tommy John Club (4:45) Business Analytics experience within the school including projects & simulations (9:00) Favorite Computer Languages and what he uses at Cressey SP (11:30) Why Business Analytics is one of the best routes for a future career (15:25) Overall role as a pitching intern at Cressey Sports Performance (19:30) Using catching background towards pitching development (22:00) Cressey Pitching Performance Player Reports (28:00) Stuff + metric towards player development (31:00) The biggest learning curve working at Cressey SP (35:30) Favorite sabermetrics towards pitching (39:30) Favorite Player Development technology (43:20) Player Development progression over the next 5 years (47:00) Closing (50:00)
For Wednesday's "Big Interview," Thom welcomes on Dr. Timothy Kremchek of Beacon Orthopedics. Dr. Kremchek has operated on hundreds of famous athletes over the years and is one of the most renowned doctors in the world for Tommy John Surgery. He shares his thoughts on youth baseball, his career, and some of his favorite interactions over the years. Hall of Fame broadcaster Marty Brennaman joins OTB from his cruise. Thom, Paul, and Casey also discuss the new College Football Playoff rankings.
Josh Caray is a versatile media talent who has worked in television and radio in both news and sports. Josh is currently the play-by-play broadcaster for the new Rocket City Trash Pandas (AA-Angels) in Madison, AL, and I also freelance for the University of Alabama on their SEC Network-plus coverage of volleyball, soccer, and other sports. Previously, Josh was the play-by-play man for theStony Brook University Seawolves on Long Island, NY. In addition, to calling games for the Hudson Valley Renegades of the New York-Penn League as well as baseball and softball games for Yale University. Previous to that Josh was a television news anchor for the 5p, 6p and 10p news on KAVU-TV in Victoria, TX. Prior to 2015, Josh was a multi- media journalist with Fox 5 News and All News 106.7 in Atlanta, GA. He wrote, edited, produced, and reported stories for both television and radio in the eighth-largest media market in the country. He met several deadlines a day. On a full slate, he turned as many as 20 reports for radio and three packages for television. In addition, Josh also works as a freelance play-by-play broadcaster for Learfield Sports calling college basketball. In the past, Josh also called college football and minor league baseball on radio and television. In 2009, he called games for the triple-A Gwinnett Braves. 25 games we're carried regionally on Comcast Sports Southeast, two of which were beamed nationally by the MLB Network. Josh is the grandson of Hall of Fame broadcaster and well-known Harry Caray. Josh is the son of Atlanta Braves broadcast legend Skip Caray. Josh's brother, Chip, is now the lead broadcaster for the Braves and he also has two nephews who are trying to enter the business of sports broadcasting. 0:00 Start 02:05 Josh Intro 06:01 Radio vs. TV broadcasting 12:25 Pets 21:31 Caray family background 24:20 Sports and Hobbies Interests 36:45 Trash Pandas and Organizations 42:05 AA Southern League 55:55 Magic of Toyota Field 01:05:15 Model Minor League Teams 01:14:05 Pandas Players 01:28:20 Minor League Development 01:38:37 Tommy John Surgery 01:41:05 AA Weaknesses 01:44:35 Chip Caray 01:47:56 Randy Johnson Perfect Game 01:50:46 Josh's Career Decision 01:54:52 Broadcaster Salaries 01:57:56 TV Demo Tape 02:01:28 Field Reporter for Documentary 02:04:44 Harry Caray - 7th inning stretch 02:08:31 Big Break 02:13:20 Skip Caray 02:22:23 "The Pic 6" 02:26:18 Death his Mother 02:32:08 Pic 6 cont'd 02:47:16 Closing Host/Interviewer: M. Troy Bye, Owner, Our Town Podcast a brand of the Our Town Company, LLC Website: www.ourtownpodcast.net Audio available on all platforms. Just search for "Our Town Podcast"
We're joined by BlueClaws RHP Brett Schulze, live from the Arizona Fall League. He talks about following the Phillies from Arizona with several fellow Phillies prospects, playing on the same team as some Astros farmhands with the World Series about to begin, what he's learned as a pitcher in Arizona and this season, his recovery from Tommy John Surgery, growing up in Minnesota playing baseball, and much more.
Alex, Jesse, Jon, and Josh offer their weekly musings on the world of sports with a teaspoon of nonsense. Alex details the growing legend of Bailey Zappe (0:19), Jon and Josh give an update on the outcome of their bet from last season and their new bet (6:48). The guys summarize some headlines from their fantasy football league at the quarter pole of the season (10:43), Josh and Jesse bemoan and celebrate their NFL teams' results from Sunday (14:47), and the Alex and Jon remember Carl English's basketball prowess and his draft night to forget (24:04). Jesse and Josh give their over/under point total predictions for certain NHL teams (26:53), and Jesse ponders PEDs, steroid use for healing purposes, and Tommy John surgery, while asking if there ought be clear distinctions between drugs, surgeries, and technology (36:57). The show ends with everyone's Qualin Award nominations including a deep dive into Kelly Gruber's transgressions (50:37).
MLB pitcher Tyler Glasnow has everything to offer on and off the baseball field. The 6-foot-8 flame thrower has the personality, presence and talents of a superstar. While his accolades and numbers throughout his career have looked great on paper, the former top prospect has evolved tremendously as an individual since being drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 5th round of the 2011 MLB Draft. On this episode of Keep Swinging, Glasnow touches on how his mentality has changed, why it is important to celebrate all of the wins in life, what excites him and brings him peace, as well fun topics like his Lil' Boosie lip tattoo and his solo trips to Europe. After missing 14 months due to Tommy John Surgery, Glasnow continues to take the baseball world by storm as you're about to find out with show host Matt Stucko.
Subscribe/Rate/Review to Up On Game Presents on the iHeartRadio App, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts! WATCH FULL EPISODES ON THE UP ON GAME NETWORK YOUTUBE CHANNEL JUST SEARCH UP ON GAME NETWORK Billy Pinckney and New York Mets side-arm pitcher Tom Hackimer discuss his road to recovery from Tommy John Surgery, tough hitters faced, and music FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram: @billythebatboy @upongamenetwork @hackattackimer Twitter: @billythebatboy @UPonGAMENetwork @hackattackimer Facebook: Follow us UP on GAME Pace-O-Matic Tik Tok: @upongamenetwork This episode is powered by Pace-O-MaticSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
David, Justin, and James discuss the historic seasons for the Dodgers' as a team and Aaron Judge's chase for the AL home run record before talking with LAD right-hander Dustin May. They also dive into The Opener, This Week in Pitching History, and three up/three down! Visit https://betterhelp.com/SLAB today for 10% off your first order Go to https://stadiummapart.com/pages/jomboy & use code SLAB15 to get $15 off your first order over $50 00:00 INTRO 02:23 Aaron Judge 08:00 Dodgers 13:06 Dustin May interview 33:28 This week in pitching history 39:03 Three up/Three down! If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/LA/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA (select parishes)/MI/NH/NJ/ NY/OR/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customer offer void in NH/OR/ONT-CA. $200 in Free bets: New customers only. Valid 1 per new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 wager. $200 issued as eight (8) $25 free bets. Ends 9/19/22 @ 8pm. Early Win: 1 Early Win Token issued per eligible game. Opt in req. Token expires at start of eligible game. Min moneyline bet $1. Wagering limits apply. Wagers placed on both sides of moneyline will void bet. Ends 1/8/23 @ 8pm ET. See terms at sportsbook dot draftkings dot com slash football terms.
My dad is back on the podcast to discuss if Craig Kimbrel is the answer as the Dodgers closer, as well as Walker Buehler needing to have Tommy John Surgery. Then we talk about the new rules for Major League Baseball. Then you will get a rundown of the Donovan Mitchell Trade. Hope you enjoy!
My guest today is Dr. Casey Pierce, MD. He is a board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon, fellowship-trained in sports medicine and arthroscopy. He completed a specialized fellowship at the prestigious American Sports Medicine Institute (ASMI) in Birmingham, Alabama. At ASMI he polished his surgical techniques learning under world renowned mentors: Dr. James Andrews, Dr. E. Lyle Cain, Dr. Jeffrey Dugas, and Dr. Benton Emblom.Dr. Pierce graduated from St. George's University Of Medicine in 2011. He completed his residency in orthopedic surgery at Seton Hall University / St. Joseph's University Medical Center where he served as Chief Resident. In today's podcast, we'll touch on information athlete's and parents should know prior to making a decision on whether a TJ procedure is even warranted, as well as different recovery times associated with the procedure and what young athletes can do to help prevent UCL issues in the first place.
Today's word of the day is ‘formal process' as in you know exactly what you are doing as in not an informal process as in the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim are about to sell. Arte Moreno came out yesterday and said it's time. What does that mean for the future of the organization? What does it mean for the future of Shohei Ohtani? (16:55) Los Angeles Dodgers ace Walker Buehler will be getting Tommy John surgery for the 2nd time in his career. He will miss this season. He will mist next season. This is bad news for his career. Let's also talk about Tommy John surgery and young players. Not professional players. We're talking about high school aged. It's becoming a serious problem. Why is that? (33:50) Review: Jane Goodall - The Hope. (35:35) Kevin Durant is back in Brooklyn. He demanded a trade. Asked for the GM and head coach to be fired. And it didn't happen. The team released a statement saying they met with Durant and things are all good. Sure. (44:00) NPPOD. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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MLB · Marlins Pitcher Daniel Castano was hit by a line drive. 104 Mph. (concussion). · Marlins prospect Max Meyer to have Tommy John Surgery. · Tradedeadline possibles trey Mancini (Orioles), Ian Happ and Wilson Contreras (Cubs) · Orioles sign top pick Jackson Holliday to 8.19M bonus. · OF Andrew Benintendi was trade to the Yankees for 3 draft picks. · Angels Mike dealing with a rare back condition. · Mets Drew Smith on IL strained right lat muscle. · Mets get OF Tyler Naquin and LHP Phillip Diehl from reds. NFL/NCAA · Carlos Dunlap signing one year deal with Chiefs. · DK Metcalf & Seahawks agree to 3-year deal $72M · LB K.J. Wright retires after 11 seasons. · Buccaneers C Ryan Jensen was carted off with a knee injury. · Julio Jones signs one year deal with bucs · Trey Lance named starter for 49ers. · LB Kwon Alexander reaches deal with Jets. · Bears Lost Dakota dozier to injury. · Cowboys Sign KaVontae Turpin (USFL, MVP) · Danny Amendola retires · Bengals QB Burrow has appendectomy NBA/WNBA/NCAA · Liz Cambage and sparks get a divorce. · Connecticut Sun guard Bria Hartley(Torn ACL) will miss the rest of the season. · Russia wants a prisoner swap negotiated without fanfare · The Aces won Commissioner's Cup against Chicago. Gray Name MVP · Aaron baynes will play NBL 2 year deal Brisbane bullets. · James Harden finizes deal to return 76ers two year deal worth 68.6M · OKC Hiring shooting guru Chip Engelland as assistant coach. Music · Stressin (Gotta Win) 4:08 Vee Armstrong · Closer Intro :58 Dee Black. · Acid Space Ship 2:25 Derik WealthySoul · Old habbits ChXll · FLip 3:14 NDPNDNT · No Debates · All That Feat. Mouthpi3ce 2:13 Germaine Martel · Thoughts 2:47 Kajahn Ari · Nothing To Say 3:46 Drama B --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dragonjumppro/support
THIS EPISODE Trash Pandas Pitcher Luke Murphy. ABOUT THE HOST Josh Caray's baseball roots stretch from Atlanta to St. Louis to Chicago to Cooperstown. The grandson of Hall of Famer Harry Caray, son of the legendary Skip Caray, and half-brother Chip Caray is the TV voice of the Atlanta Braves, Josh is the Play-by-Play voice of the Rocket City Trash Pandas. TRASH PANDAS PODCAST NETWORK Join the personalities of the Rocket City Trash Pandas as they tell the stories from Baseball's most meteoric franchise. Play-by-Play Broadcaster Josh Caray presents conversations with prospects and personnel from the organization. In-Stadium Emcee Ricky Fernandez chats about the latest news and promotions.
Justin Verlander has quietly picked up where he left off despite missing all of 2021 due to Tommy John Surgery. Even at 39 years old, Verlander shows no signs of rust and remains one of the best arms in baseball. The Rays best pitcher is a young hard throwing lefty who racks up the strikeouts; is Shane McClanahan the next David Price? Shohei Ohtani capped off his terrific month with an 11 strikeout masterpiece on the mound. We know he can swing the bat but the reigning MVP has made huge strides as a pitcher this year. All this (and more) on today's episode.
We're joined by BlueClaws RHP Andrew Schultz on our latest Hook Line & Splitter podcast. The right-hander was a 6th round pick from the University of Tennessee and talks about his recovery from Tommy John Surgery, his 2022 season, what he missed most about not pitching last year, and much more.
Today's episode we are talking about pitch counts and why parents need to be aware. Tommy John surgery is on the rise and not just for MLB pitchers either. Diana and Stephanie discuss Tommy John surgery, pitch counts and rest days, recommendations for parents to protect their youth players arm, and pitch count apps. One more tip discussed was NOT to use ice for muscle soreness or after pitching/throwing. Your youth player needs active recovery to help rebuild that muscle. If you want to hear more about recovery, check out our episode 24: Arm Care Advice, Part 2 with Dr. Ryan Brown.Recommendations/Guidelines to follow:Make sure to properly warm up before pitchingAvoid playing catcher while not pitchingPlayers should not pitch in multiple games on the same dayMonitor for other signs of fatigueNo pitcher shall appear in a game as a pitcher for three consecutive days, regardless of pitch countsNo overhead throwing of any kind for at least 2 to 3 months per year (4 months is preferred). No competitive baseball pitching for at least 4 months per year.MLB Pitch Smart GuidelinesLittle League Pitching RulesArticles:Tommy John Surgery Saves The Careers of Pitchers, But We May Need To Get Ready For A New Problem…Experts Warn Parents About Recent Uptick In Youth Baseball InjuriesApps:Gamechanger (free)Pitch X -Pitch Counter (free)Pitch Counter & Radar Gun (free)Pitch Locator Pro (fee)Mentioned in Episode:Episode 24: Arm Care Advice, Part 2 with Dr. Ryan Brown
Stevie Rasmussen, the wife of Ray's pitcher Drew Rasmussen, has a unique story to share of their experiencing true adversity in the big leagues.Everyone at some capacity knows that there will be hard times for families in the minor leagues. Still, few families are prepared and equipped with the tools to handle the complex circumstances that families will experience.Drew was drafted in the first round after his junior year - only to have this opportunity taken away due to a failed medical exam. Stevie shares how they have handled and persevered through many a trying time in baseball.Stevie shares their vulnerable story of how they went from being overnight millionaires to having to return to Oregon State for Drew's senior season - and having to take out student loan debt to fund his senior season.Stevie's simple yet profound advice to other baseball spouses going through similar circumstances - adversity in the game of baseball is inevitable. How you respond to that adversity and support your family is what truly matters. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS2:44 - Stevie discusses how she didn't want to be dating an athlete while at Oregon State, but Drew changed her mind4:18 - Sophomore year of college - Drew received his first Tommy John Surgery. Stevie discusses how Drew felt isolated and not part of the team5:09 - Stevie talks about how prior to the surgery, she saw that her identity was built around Drew and baseball, and the surgery grew their relationship6:12 - After rehab Drew returned to pitch in the College World Series and subsequently get drafted in the first round of the MLB draft6:33 - Drew flew to Tampa Bay to be announced as the Rays first-rounder, only to find out that his elbow was blown out again, and Drew received Tommy John surgery #2.8:45 - Stevie discusses the feelings she experienced during Drew's surgery10:01 - Stevie goes deeper regarding how easy it is to have her identity wrapped up in Drew - even going so far as to introduce herself as "Drew's wife"11:39 - Stevie discusses her feelings of Drew's second surgery - where they went from receiving a $2.1m signing bonus to working landscaping in Corvallis OR being in student loan debt15:55 - Stevie shares the 2 different draft experiences - with the second time being drafted by the Brewers18:40 - Drew's debut was in COVID of 2020 - Stevie, unfortunately, watched the debut in the hotel across the street.21:20 - In 2021, Drew was traded to the Rays, and Stevie shares how this was her roughest part of baseball22:30 - The wives' community is strong - and showed up when Stevie needed them most. Brooke Burnes, wife of Cy Young award winner Corbin Burnes, showed up and helped Stevie pack her entire apartment.27:55 - The Power of the Baseball Wives28:40 - Money does not fix our problems - money is just a tool to be taken care of for what's important.31:50 - Stevie discusses how fortunate they are, and how they optimize their resources for their family, their community, and giving back.35:26 - Stevie discusses the powerful perspective of families navigating the questions of 'can you' afford something vs. 'should you'37:53 - Stevie's advice - adversity is inevitable. Lean on the community and ask for help.
Left handed relief pitcher Tim Mayza with the Toronto Blue Jays is a daunting closer despite recent adversity. In 2018 he underwent Tommy John Surgery, more formally known as ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) reconstruction. This procedure is used to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament inside the elbow. After 18 months of recovery Mayza is still throwing strikes in the MLB, dropping in his 90+ sinker. He chats with host Lindsay Berra about how he approaches the game today and what he's learned from his physical and emotional challenges. As one of our most popular episodes we wanted to share it again. Part 2 of a 2 part episode. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Left handed relief pitcher Tim Mayza with the Toronto Blue Jays is a daunting closer despite recent adversity. In 2018 he underwent Tommy John Surgery, more formally known as ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) reconstruction. This procedure is used to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament inside the elbow. After 18 months of recovery Mayza is still throwing strikes in the MLB, dropping in his 90+ sinker. He chats with host Lindsay Berra about how he approaches the game today and what he's learned from his physical and emotional challenges. As one of our most popular episodes we wanted to share it again. Part 1 of a 2 part episode. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on The Diamond Duo Podcast, Tom and Tony return to action and catch up on everything they missed from last week! They begin by reviewing the teams who saw themselves go on long streaks to begin June. These teams include the Braves, Phillies, and Yankees that saw excess winning and the Angels, Brewers, and A's that have seen better days. Once that's done, the two discuss the managerial situations in Philly and L.A. with the recent firings of Joe Maddon and Joe Girardi and if, perhaps, they'll be the only older managers relieved of their duties (*cough cough* Chicago *cough cough*). The duo laud Justin Verlander for becoming the active strikeout king, mourn the lost seasons of three players to Tommy John Surgery, and question the state of the Marlins clubhouse, specifically surrounding Jazz Chisholm. They close it out with a little Deep Drive about a poorly timed tweet by the Chicago Cubs to put a cap on the 30th episode of The Diamond Duo Podcast! Make sure to follow us on Instagram @thediamondduopodcast and on Twitter @DiamondDuoPod for more content and show updates! Timestamps: 0:46 - Tom & Tony's Escapades In Myrtle Beach 11:35 - Let's Go Streaking! (Teams on Winning/Losing Streaks) 20:33 - The Angels 14-Game Losing Streak 26:19 - Back To Let's Go Streaking! 32:47 - Trivia I 40:20 - Joe Maddon & Joe Girardi Are Fired 50:12 - Will Tony LaRussa Be Next? 52:22 - Casey Mize, Royce Lewis, & Andrew Kittredge Need Tommy John Surgery 57:02 - Justin Verlander Becomes The Active Strikeout King 1:01:04 - Jazz Chisholm/Marlins Team Meeting 1:05:14 - All Star Game Voting Has Begun! 1:08:03 - Trivia II 1:11:10 - Deep Drive To Left ("Yankee Fans Think Everything Is A Home Run")
Josh Neighbors shares his thoughts on the Washington Nationals getting swept by the New York Mets. In the following part of the show he discusses Joe Ross getting Tommy John Surgery again. He also gives his thoughts on whether or not Ross will return to the Nationals in the future. He shares his thoughts on Luis Garcia making it up to the big leagues again. He closes the show by wishing a farewell to Austin Voth. Joe Ross To Have Tommy John Surgery + Luis Garcia Is Back In The Majors & The Nats Get Swept By Mets WANT MORE DAILY WASHINGTON NATIONALS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
The Nats were blanked 7-0 in the series opener in Milwaukee. Mark (Live from Wisconsin) & Al recap the very unusual 7th inning as the top of the frame saw an almost Inside the Park HR, and the bottom featured a Triple Play. Should Lane Thomas have been rewarded home plate or did the umps get it right? (13:13) The game unraveled in the 8th as the Brewers scored five runs off of Austin Voth. Why not use Tanner Rainey in that spot when it's a close game? (22:07) The offense had another bad game as they were shutout by Milwaukee. The 5th inning was a real head scratcher as all three Nationals hitters laid down bunts. How did that occur? (33:48) Carter Kieboom's season is over as he will have "Tommy John" Surgery on his throwing elbow and is expected to be back by Spring Training 2023. This leads to a discussion about the recent Washington 1st Round picks that have not met expectations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick Bush shares some player insight of the day the lockout was lifted! Bush, currently with the Hartford Yard Goats, sat down with us this past off-season and talks ball. From his time at LSU to Lackey being terrible at golf, Bush's story is a fun one! He's a small-town guy but you'll never guess which MLB superstar also played at his alma mater, Lee County HS, just outside of Atlanta. Tommy John Surgery, like many, plays a large part in Bush's early career. Nick Bush advocated being a starter if the Rockies drafted humans he's doing everything he can to stay in that rotation, with special things to a fellow Rockies starting prospect! We end the session with some superlative questions that have fantastic answers! Use https://linktr.ee/blakestreetbanter to find us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and listen to the Podcast on Apple iTunes. --- 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/blake-street-banter/message
USA Today MLB Columnist Bob Nightengale joins The Killer B's as a guest and he talks about reasons why Carlos Correa didn't resign with the Astros. He also touches on how impressive Houston Astros pitcher Justin Verlander has been this season after coming off of Tommy John Surgery.
Harris Rubenstein covers the sports news of the day in the Buzzer Beats, as we react to the Miami Heat taking a 2-0 lead over the Philadelphia 76ers and the Phoenix Suns dominate the Dallas Mavericks en route to a 2-0 series lead. He also recaps the night in the Stanley Cup Playoffs as well as a big win by Real Madrid to reach the Champions League Final. Harris also talks about the news of the day with Ben Simmons requiring back surgery, Gary Payton II expected to miss a month with his fractured elbow, and Mike Clevenger makes his long-awaited return from Tommy John Surgery to beat his former team before looking ahead to Thursday's schedule in the NHL playoffs.
Harris Rubenstein covers the sports news of the day in the Buzzer Beats, as we react to the Miami Heat taking a 2-0 lead over the Philadelphia 76ers and the Phoenix Suns dominate the Dallas Mavericks en route to a 2-0 series lead. He also recaps the night in the Stanley Cup Playoffs as well as a big win by Real Madrid to reach the Champions League Final. Harris also talks about the news of the day with Ben Simmons requiring back surgery, Gary Payton II expected to miss a month with his fractured elbow, and Mike Clevenger makes his long-awaited return from Tommy John Surgery to beat his former team before looking ahead to Thursday's schedule in the NHL playoffs.Follow Harris on Twitter @sportstein, and join along with Buzzer Beats @buzzerbeats, and Buzzer @buzzer.Produced by Jared Moore (@MrJaredMoore) & Brian Roytman (@roytsounds).Music by Royt (@roytsounds).Presented by Buzzer. Download Buzzer wherever you get your apps. Follow your favorite players and teams. We'll send you notifications when the game gets exciting so you can tune in and never miss a moment.
H-town Wheelhouse brings you a post-game reaction of the matchup between Justin Verlander and Noah Syndergaard both coming off Tommy John Surgery. A pitcher's duel and a classic battle between the AL West Division Foes. Chas McCormick leaps to rob Mike Trout, and the Astros only muster 2 hits. The lineup tonight and the order of it had Astros fans scratching their head. Dusty Baker gave Alex Bregman the day off, did the Astros survive? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the third and final hour of The bench John and Lance talk about the NCAA tournament and the bracket layout. The guys also recap things that happened over the weekend like Tom Brady unretiring after only forty days and KD's message to Now York City's mayor to "figure out" the vaccination policy. In the middle of the hour John and Lance talk about how the Houston Astros are now looking like the favorite to sign Carlos Correa but probably only for a one year deal. They also discuss what we could expect from Houston Astro's pitcher Justin Verlander after not pitching for two years and coming off of Tommy John Surgery and being at an older age. At the end of the hour John and Lance do their famous segment 'News of the weird'.
Player news! Despite the lockout, Ryan, Cody, and Luke got some players news on Tuesday, but it's not good. The crew discusses Codi Heuer's Instagram post reveling he had Tommy John surgery this week. They also have their first weekly snake draft where they build a lineup of Cubs players who have played between 2000 to present.
We finally got an actual Padre! On today's edition of the Locked On Padres podcast, Javi welcomes on Padres minor league pitcher Kevin Kopps! Topics covered include Kevin winning the Golden Spikes Award, recovering from Tommy John Surgery, developing his wipeout cutter, his time pitching at the University of Arkansas, the stressful draft process, and perhaps the most important question of all: what's the best baseball movie? Follow Javier on Twitter @Javiipeno Follow Locked On Padres @LO_Padres Subscribe to the new Locked On Padres YouTube Channel! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
THANK YOU to A.J. Campbell for liberal use of content from his Youtube vlog - follow youtube.com/AJCampbell1 for an incredible look at the life of a D2 baseball player. The documentation of his (and Alec's) rehab from TJ surgery is a must watch - as is everything else as the channel evolves. TGIM brings the story of two guys who are grateful for EVERY Monday and every other chance to be on the baseball field. Rider's Alec Sachais and Frostburg State's A.J. Campbell are no longer just childhood friends and former travel ball teammates - they're now Tommy John brothers forever, blowing out their elbow roughly the same time last January, having their surgeries one day apart by the same surgeon, and sharing the behind-the-scenes story of their rehabs today. They're less than 2 weeks away from a return to the field to do what they love - and we know you'll love their stories on this episode of TGIM.
On this episode I sit down with Complete Sports Rehabilitation Owner/Primary Physical Therapist and AASPT Shoulder SIG Member Chair, Dr. Andrew Naylor, to talk about ulnar collateral ligament disruption in overhead athletes. Dr. Naylor outlines the anatomy of the elbow and common stressors to the UCL, conservative management options, all things Tommy John surgery, return to throwing protocols for baseball players, and the importance of post-operative total body rehab considerations.Please subscribe to the podcast and leave a review. Follow PRST content on:Instagram - @prst_ptWebsite - agprst.weebly.comTwitter - @prst_ptFacebook - @prstptClick HERE to save $175 off an individual subscription to MedBridge using the code PRSTClick HERE to get 10% off all MuscleUp protein bars and apparel using the code PRST10Click HERE to receive your discount on a FlexStronger velocity based training sensor and FREE travel case using the code PRST at checkoutClick HERE to receive a 10% discount on all GymAware products using the code PRST at checkoutClick HERE to take advantage of promotional offers from PRST affiliates: SimpliFaster, Under Armour, ROGUE, Oakley, Hylete, Onnit, Nike, Perform Better, Reebok, Biostrap, and Hawk GripsIf you're thinking about starting your own podcast, click HERE and receive a $20 Amazon gift card when you sign up for a paid plan with BuzzsproutSupport this podcast: https://www.patreon.com/prst_pt.
Left handed relief pitcher Tim Mayza with the Toronto Blue Jays is a daunting closer despite recent adversity. In 2018 he underwent Tommy John Surgery, more formally known as ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) reconstruction. This procedure is used to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament inside the elbow. After 18 months of recovery Mayza is still throwing strikes in the MLB, dropping in his 90+ sinker. He chats with host Lindsay Berra about how he approaches the game today and what he's learned from his physical and emotional challenges. Part 1 of a 2 part episode. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Left handed relief pitcher Tim Mayza with the Toronto Blue Jays is a daunting closer despite recent adversity. In 2018 he underwent Tommy John Surgery, more formally known as ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) reconstruction. This procedure is used to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament inside the elbow. After 18 months of recovery Mayza is still throwing strikes in the MLB, dropping in his 90+ sinker. He chats with host Lindsay Berra about how he approaches the game today and what he's learned from his physical and emotional challenges. Part 2 of a 2 part episode. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome back to another episode of the SNDpodcast for fun. We have a ton to talk about this week. We lead off by talking about the Mets hot stove. Noah Syndergaard who had been a key member of the Mets the last 6 seasons signed a 1 year deal worth 21 Million dollars with the LA Angels. It was a very mixed reaction to this news because we don't know what to expect since Noah only pitched two innings in the 2021 season coming off Tommy John Surgery in 2020. Also big news in Mets land they finally hired a new GM in Billy Eppler. He has been in the game for a while with stops with the Yankees and being the Angels GM has his most recent job. We break down everything on what is in store for him to get to work right away with the current state of the Mets. It's week 11 of the NFL season. We break down all the big news stories going into this week's games. We do our weekly Pickem Pools. We all shoot to have better weeks after last week's blood bath. Here's to another fun week in the NFL. We will be taking next week off due to Thanksgiving, Everyone from the SNDpodcast and Channel hopes everyone has a great and Happy Thanksgiving! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sndpodcast-channel/message
Justin Garza became the 70th Cal State Fullerton Titan Baseball alumnus to make his debut in Major League Baseball. As a freshman, Garza was named the Big West Pitcher of the Year in 2013, a year he would go 12-0 and record a team high 95 strikeouts. For his career, Garza ranks tied with Jason Windsor at 7th all time for fewest walks per 9 innings (1.60). Most notably, Garza is best remembered for his May 23, 2014 pitching performance vs. Cal State Northridge where he threw the fourth no-hitter in Titan Baseball history. Unfortunately in his junior season with Cal State Fullerton,Garza suffered an injury that required Tommy John surgery. Garza would still get selected in the 8th round by the Cleveland Indians and recently got the call up to Cleveland in June 2021. Hear his thoughts on his three years playing for Titan Baseball including these highlights: