In this episode, Casey is joined by Tyler Kepner of the NY Times! He breaks down the greatness of Aaron Judge following HR #61 and talks about his upcoming book "The Grandest Stage" deep diving into the history of the World Series
Tyler Kepner of the New York Times joins Bump and Stacy to discuss his latest column that traces the entirety of the Mariners playoff drought and why the 2022 season represents the start of something potentially big in Seattle. In Four Down Territory, what do the Lions do that makes Bump nervous for Sunday? M's Assistant GM Justin Hollander joins the show to discuss the team's extension with Luis Castillo as well as if he was surprised at all about the team's midseason turnaround.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We take a look at the brief series with the San Diego Padres starting tonight. Tyler Kepner from The New York Times will give us his view on the Mariners. Senior Director, Analytics Jesse Smith talks Cal, Kirby and bullpen. 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
New York Times MLB Writer, Tyler Kepner, joins First Up to discuss the Toronto Blue Jays moves at MLB's Trade Deadline, blockbuster deal involving Juan Soto to the San Diego Padres, why the Houston Astros were the winners at the deadline and his best stories of legendary broadcaster Vin Scully, after passing away at the age of 94 on August 2.
In the third hour of the show Aaron Korolnek and Carlo Colaiacovo are joined by New York Times MLB writer Tyler Kepner to chat about the MLB trade deadline and what the Blue Jays did. We also discuss the NFL punishing the Dolphin for tampering and pay tribute to Vin Scully
In the second hour, Bruce Levine and David Haugh were joined by Tyler Kepner of the New York Times to discuss what big moves will be made ahead of the MLB trade deadline on Aug. 2. Later, Levine and Haugh welcomed on Charlie Minoso, the son of White Sox legend and Hall of Fame inductee Minnie Minoso.
It's not a roundtable! We already have one of those on this feed. Jayson and Doug are joined by Tim Kurkjian and Tyler Kepner to check in on the 2022 season so far and make some predictions on what's to come. -BIGGEST SURPRISE TEAM -MOST DISAPPOINTING TEAM -WHO GETS TRADED FIRST – LUIS CASTILLO OR FRANKIE MONTAS? -HOW MANY AL EAST TEAMS MAKE THE PLAYOFFS? -MORE HOMERS – TROUT OR OHTANI? -MORE STRIKEOUTS – OHTANI OR VERLANDER? -MORE WINS – ASTROS OR DODGERS? -JUAN SOTO – MORE WALKS OR HITS? -HIGHER SLUGGING PCT – OLSON OR FREEMAN? -GAMES STARTED BY SCHERZER/DEGROM AFTER AS BREAK? -MORE HOMERS – JUDGE OR ROGER MARIS? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this show I interview my business partner and co-host of this show, Kyle Scott. Kyle knew at a very young age that he wanted to be involved with covering sports and giving his slant on a story. From joining a physically mailed newsletter group at the age of four, to living in his parents basement in his mid-twenties, Kyle has fought to make his dream a reality. As the co-founder of CrossingBroad.com, Kyle has provided a unique and at times irreverent stance on Philadelphia sports. Since 2009, he's built an unbelievably loyal audience that unbeknownst to them, almost became part of the Barstool Sports family. He's broke huge national stories, took on the largest names in Philadelphia sports reporting, and has ultimately built a sports betting affiliate cash machine that led to a 25 million dollar acquisition exit. This was quite a conversation. Kyle remembers breaking down in tears when he realized his business may not recover because of a tunnel vision mistake on a specific revenue stream. He walks us through the amazing process of growing Crossing Broad from zero traffic to one of the most popular sports blogs in the country. He also tells how two Crossing Broad readers potentially saved the site with an investment that ended up paying off big for everyone. Kyle is a humble person with an insane drive to be successful. Working with him over the past four years has provided me with many learning experiences that I hope you can pick up on a bit during the show. (0:07) Jason introduces his business partner and co-host, Kyle Scott. (1:36) Kyle's early days, his lifelong passion for sports and sports media, and his career path to starting his own sports media business. (6:10) The beginning process and origins of Crossing Broad, how the blogs were initially marketed, and the utilizing Facebook to scale the blog. (16:13) The next steps to monetization after gaining traffic, and running a blog from his parents basement after quitting his job. (28:29) The first viral hit for Crossing Broad and how it impacted the business. (34:35) The next steps in the evolution of Crossing Broad and some early regrets and mistakes. (37:55) A moment where Kyle thought the business may fail, why you should never put all your eggs in one basket, and how Kyle tried to recover the business. (47:54) How two readers invested in the brand to get reputable writers for the business and how Kyle initially saved the business by selling t-shirts. (55:48) The balance between hard work and luck, and the stabilization of the business. (57:42) How the business and Kyle's involvement changed when sports betting was legalized. (1:01:40) Kyle's advice to anyone who is self employed and one tool that Kyle couldn't live without in business. (1:06:45) Where to find Kyle on social media. Guest Social Media Links: Kyle Scott: Twitter: (https://twitter.com/kylescottl (https://twitter.com/kylescottl)) Linkedin: (https://www.linkedin.com/in/kylelaskowski/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/kylelaskowski/)) Links mentation In this Interview: Crossing Broad: (https://www.crossingbroad.com (https://www.crossingbroad.com)) Chartbeat: (http://www.chartbeat.com (https://www.chartbeat.com)) Tyler Kepner : (https://www.nytimes.com/by/tyler-kepner (https://www.nytimes.com/by/tyler-kepner)) Follow us on Social Media: Listen on your favorite streaming platform: (https://link.chtbl.com/MonetizeMedia (https://link.chtbl.com/MonetizeMedia)) Twitter: (https://twitter.com/monetizemediahq (https://twitter.com/monetizemediahq)) TikTok: (https://www.tiktok.com/@monetizemediahq (https://www.tiktok.com/@monetizemediahq)) Linkedin:...
On Episode 554 of Hittin' Season, host John Stolnis recaps the Phils' three straight wins in their four-game series against the Rockies in Philadelphia, as the bats awaken and the starting rotation starts doing their thing. Also, news on Bryce Harper's elbow, Didi Gregorius' return, Odubel Herrera's hot start, and the rest of a Phils' lineup that is suddenly red-hot. Tyler Kepner, author and national baseball writer for the New York Times, joins the show to talk about the Yankees sign stealing letter, depressed offense around baseball, the baseballs themselves, and whether the Mets are for real in the NL East. Plus, your Stat of the Week! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Milestones. They're the measurement of MLB greatness. The Colorado Rockies have watched several opponents reach milestones against them...will any current or former Rockies ever get there? Tyler Kepner of the New York Times joins the show to offer his perspective and to talk about milestones of the future.
Ben and Tyler talk about journalism, current records, steroids, and the new age of baseball. To check out Tyler's books, click here. For news articles from the New York Times, click here. For weekly news articles, click here. And to not miss out on episodes, subscribe here. If you want to email the show any questions, asks, or comments, email email@example.com and include name and comment. For more podcasts, you can check us out by going to anchor.fm/endzone or anchor.fm/laughlinepod. If you're interested in sponsoring, use the same email as above and don't forget to include company name. For additional info and transcripts, those are unavailable at this time. If you want to join the show, talk to Ben in person or email the email above. Other info will be on website or in podcast descriptions. Thanks!
On this week's episode of SABRcast Rob Neyer is joined by reporter and author Tyler Kepner. In Tyler's return appearance the pair discuss the narrative of baseball as a dying sport, new PitchCom technology and where the game stands after the lock out. Later in the show Rob gives voice to his inner monologue as he wraps up the show on his own with his winners of the weekend and what he's been reading. For show notes, extra content, and a list of what Rob's reading, visit the SABRcast website at https://sabr.org/sabrcast.
Ben talks about Trea Turner, Sam Hilliard, Marco Luciano, and Eric Haase. Visit zonepodcasts.buzzsprout.com for weekly news articles and to stay up to date. Also submit questions for the show by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. And remember to include your name, question, and any other thoughts. Let's have a great year of baseball, and you can keep up with the latest with Strike Zone. Follow wherever you get your podcasts, drop us a review, and be on the lookout as we near 100 episodes. Starting June 12th, we'll be releasing two episodes a week, so we can't wait. Starting then we'll also be having some guests on the show, including NYT columnist Tyler Kepner, Mariners beat reporter and former MLB player Ryan Rowland-Smith, Baseball Prospectus editor Steven Goldman, and MLB prospect Corbin Carroll. Thanks!
On the Farm - LaMar Gibson (@InsideFastball) is joined by Pitcher List's own Nate Handy (@pitchingspecs) to talk about Nate's recent series of Prospect Pitcher List & Reviews, who he's excited to see this season, and how he really feels about TINSTAAP. Welcome (1:00) Prospect Pitcher List and Review Series (2:06) Tobias Myers (19:25) Alec Marsh (34:00) Brandon Williamson (38:00) Reid Detmers (45:00) Signoff (53:30) Nate's series of 2022 PPR: https://www.pitcherlist.com/introducing-prospect-pitcher-list-review/ Nate's MiLB.tv Preview K: A History of Baseball in Ten Pitches by Tyler Kepner
In the second hour, Bruce Levine and David Haugh were joined by New York Times columnist Tyler Kepner to discuss the MLB lockout. Later, Levine and Haugh reacted to longtime MLB umpire Joe West's retirement.
Tyler Kepner, national baseball writer from the New York Times joins the program to discuss the MLB work stoppage and how long that could potentially last and what can actually resolve it. Plus, a look at the "old-timers" that have been announced to join the Baseball Hall Of Fame! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 2 leads-off with Tyler Kepner, national baseball writer for the New York Times, and the guys talk the work-stoppage in Major League Baseball and what can be done to resolve it and also talk the recent "old timers" selections for the Hall-Of-Fame in Cooperstown! Up next is Jim Gumm from The Blitz talking all-things College Football Playoff and if the selection committee got the teams right, plus the odds on favorite for the Heisman Trophy. Batting third in hour 2 is Scott Steehn from WinnersAndWhiners.com as he does every week, gives his picks of the week and helps you with over/unders! And batting cleanup is Adam Munsterteiger from BuffStampede.com talking National Signing Day next week and which potential signee can make an immediate impact for CU. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ben & Woods kick off the 7am hour with another game of Take On Woods as we look to qualify another listener for our trip to Las Vegas! Then we get to "Don't Do This" before catching up with MLB columnist Tyler Kepner from the New York Times to get his thoughts on the 2022 Hall of Fame ballot which was announced yesterday! Listen here! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tyler Kepner, MLB columnist for the New York Times, joined Ben & Woods on Tuesday morning! Listen here as Tyler gives his thoughts on the 2022 MLB Hall of Fame ballot, which of the first-timers he likes to possibly make the HoF, what will happen to Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens in their last year on the ballot, and MUCH more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 2 is kicked off with newcomer on the show Tyler Kepner, New York Times National Baseball writer as he too, gives his playoff predictions and answers if the Dodgers can repeat! Ryan O'Halloran is next as he gives an update on current Bronco injuries. Plus, is there a way to escape with a win vs Baltimore with or without Lamar Jackson? 'Winners and Whiners'' Scott Steehn is nex as he does every week with his weekly picks of the week especially some ranked college football games! To finish out this week's show, it's Adam Munsterteiger from BuffStampede.com talking CU's chances against USC and also if the offense can finally find their fire. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In conversation with Tyler Kepner ''Arguably the best pure long-form sportswriter in the land'' (Chicago Sun-Times), Joe Posnanski is the bestselling author of six books, including in-depth accounts of golf legends Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus, the 1975 Cincinnati Reds, and baseball coaching great Buck O'Neil. Currently a columnist for The Athletic, the co-host of The Poscast weekly baseball podcast, and a prolific sports blogger on his popular website, he is a former columnist for Sports Illustrated and The Kansas City Star. Posnanski won two Sports Emmy Awards for his coverage of the 2014 and 2016 Olympics and he has been honored as National Sportswriter of the Year by five separate organizations. In his newest book, Posnanski tells the story of baseball through 100 biographies of some of the sport's greatest players. The national baseball writer for The New York Times since 2010, Tyler Kepner is the author of K: A History of Baseball in Ten Pitches and The Phillies Experience: A Year-by-Year Chronicle of the Philadelphia Phillies. (recorded 9/28/2021)
Good Show opens with a conversation between Blue Jays Analyst Joe Siddall about the Jays tough loss to the Yankees (05:13). Next up, Justin Bourne of Sportsnet joins for an hour of Leafs talk (48:55). Finally, Tyler Kepner of the New York Times joins to further discuss Jays-Yankees (01:39:35). The views and opinions expressed in […]
Tyler Kepner of the New York Times joins the program to react to Padres/Cardinals, MLB playoff standings, and potentially the 2022 season not starting on time See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Derek Jeter is headed to Cooperstown and Jayson and Doug share their experiences both on and off the field with the Yankees great, explaining why a player who is sometimes criticized as overrated is actually underrated! Then the roundtable returns to get you ready for the final month of the season. The Athletic's Eno Sarris and NY Times baseball writer Tyler Kepner visit Starkville to predict what will happen down the stretch. Of course there's trivia and the annual telling of Doug's Tyra Banks story. You don't want to miss that! Follow Jayson on Twitter: @jaysonst Follow Doug on Twitter: @dougglanville Follow Eno Sarris on Twitter: @enosarris Follow Tyler Kepner on Twitter: @TylerKepner Follow Mayor Tim on Twitter: @TimMMcMaster Save 50% on a subscription to The Athletic at theathletic.com/baseballshow. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
National MLB Columnist for the New York Times Tyler Kepner joined OverDrive earlier today following their rough past few weeks & Javy Baez admitting his "thumbs down" is directed towards Mets fans. He also touched on the statement from GM Sandy Alderson & whether the Mets will re-sign Javy Baez in the offseason.
On Episode 496 of Hittin' Season, host John Stolnis from The Good Phight recaps the Phillies' series against the Los Angeles Dodgers and the state of a crumbling pitching staff that desperately needs Zach Eflin back ASAP. Also, Tyler Kepner of the New York Times stops by to chat about the Field of Dreams Game in Iowa, the Phils' pitching, their chances to win the NL East as well as the MVP candidacy for Bryce Harper and Cy Young chances of Zack Wheeler. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jim is joined by Tyler Kepner, National baseball columnist for The New York Times, to breakdown down the hall of fame candidacy of former MLB first baseman Mark Teixeira. First, Jim and Tyler discuss Teixeira's 2009 season with the Yankees, in which he led the league in home runs and won a World Series (6:49). Next, they talk about Eddie Murray, the rare combination of power and defense Teixeira possessed, and where he ranks among the best first baseman of the 21st Century (14:35). Finally, they talk about the importance of reaching 2,000 career hits (29:54), before both stating whether or not they believe Teixeira will end up with a plaque in Cooperstown (32:49).
0:00- We get you guys all the highlights around the sports world for your five at 5. 16:30- Some people are speculating that the Washington Football Club will be the new team name after Snyder used this in a press release, as well as Roger Goodell. We discuss more of that here and take your calls. 34:15- Tyler Kepner, national baseball columnist for the New York Times, joins Grant and they talk all the best things about All-Star weekend, as well as the 2nd half of the MLB season. We also get to our Top 5 Tuesday just like every other Tuesday. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the opening hour of this week's DDC: the fellas talk with Tyler Kepner from The New York Times about the MLB All-Star game and draft, the guys beak down the latest from around the NHL's off-season and more!
David Schoenfield joins Buster to discuss Shohei Ohtani dropping two more bombs against the Yankees, Kyle Schwarber continuing to hit stupid, Hector Santiago appealing his 10-game foreign substance suspension, the Blue Jays plugging a hole in its bullpen and Trevor Bauer facing sexual assault accusations. Then, The New York Times reporter and fellow Vanderbilt alum Tyler Kepner stops by to talk about splitting TV time between Ohtani on the mound and the the Commodores in the deciding game of the College World Series, Brian Cashman bluntly stating the Yankees stink right now, what moves Cashman should make and Kepner's analysis of this year's All-Star Game uniforms.
David Schoenfield joins Buster to discuss Shohei Ohtani dropping two more bombs against the Yankees, Kyle Schwarber continuing to hit stupid, Hector Santiago appealing his 10-game foreign substance suspension, the Blue Jays plugging a hole in its bullpen and Trevor Bauer facing sexual assault accusations. Then, The New York Times reporter and fellow Vanderbilt alum Tyler Kepner stops by to talk about splitting TV time between Ohtani on the mound and the the Commodores in the deciding game of the College World Series, Brian Cashman bluntly stating the Yankees stink right now, what moves Cashman should make and Kepner's analysis of this year's All-Star Game uniforms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tyler Kepner, MLB columnist for the New York Times, joined Ben & Woods on Monday morning! Listen here as Tyler talks about featuring Fernando Tatis Jr in his big story for the NYT, Tatis embracing his role as the face of the game, why he's a perfect fit in San Diego, and MUCH more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ben & Woods start off the 7am hour with another game of Take On Woods before getting to "Don't Do This". Then at the bottom of the hour, MLB writer for the New York Times Tyler Kepner joins the show to talk about featuring Fernando Tatis Jr in his latest column. Listen here! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Major League Baseball's crack down on the sticky stuff being used to enhance pitches has begun, and who better to talk about the pursuit and policing of the game's best pitches than the reporter who wrote the book on pitches: Tyler Kepner, New York Times national baseball writer and author of "K: A History of Baseball in Ten Pitches." Kepner joins St. Louis Post-Dispatch baseball writer Derrick Goold to discuss how far the game has veered toward a pitching-dominated game and whether baseball's nature is always to favor the pitcher. They explore are how the targets of criticism -- coaches, managers, front office, media -- compare when the Yankees are struggled to when the Cardinals are struggling. And, also asked is whether Kepner, one of the most highly respected and read baseball writers in country, has concerns for the game as it wrestles with a lack of action while on the precipice of a labor tussle. The Best Podcast Baseball, sponsored by Closets by Design of St. Louis, is a production of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, StlToday.com, and Derrick Goold. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the second hour, Bruce Levine and David Haugh conducted their weekly Chin Music segment, featuring sound from White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson and manager Tony La Russa. Later, New York Times writer Tyler Kepner joined the show to discuss the latest MLB headlines. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Segment 10 - Five at 5, featuring all the stories we care about today in one segment! Segment 11 - More reactions on the NFL adding a 17th game for the upcoming season and beyond. Segment 12 - Pro Football Talk releases a list of 1st round QBs during the Super Bowl era. What does WFT's 1st round QB list look like? Segment 13 - New York Times Writer Tyler Kepner joins the show to talk about his article he wrote on Nationals Short Stop Trea Turner, and give his outlook on the Nationals for the 2021 season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 914 On this week’s episode, we welcome a pair of renowned writers to discuss the baseball landscape before digging into the latest projection highlights. To begin the program, David Laurila is joined by Jayson Stark of The Athletic and the Starkville podcast and Tyler Kepner of The New York Times. The trio talk about […]
The World Series is upon us, with the top seeds representing the American and National Leagues. Just like we all expected the season to play out when pitchers and catchers first reported in February… right? There's no doubt the mighty Dodgers, with their unmatched resources and talent, are the favourites but can the Rays pull off an upset? New York Times national baseball writer Tyler Kepner previews the Fall Classic. This episode is produced and sound designed by Amil Delic, and hosted by Dan Shulman. Audio Credits: ABC, Fox Sports, Hankook Tires, Sportsnet, TBS, WDAE and WLAC The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.