Game 159 has yet to end due to weather. With 2 outs in the top of the 9th inning and the Marlins scoring 2 runs in the 9th to make it a 2-1 ballgame, the Umpires decide they've had enough of the rain and they need to pause the game. Can we see baseball at Citi-Field on Monday? For comments, questions or topic ideas email TheRicoB@gmail.com 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
On Hour 2 of The FAN Morning Show, hosts Ben Ennis and Brent Gunning reset on the Blue Jays ahead of their matchup tonight against Gerrit Cole. The pair also weigh in on the state of umpiring in the Majors and how players need to adjust to it on a game-by-game basis. Next, the two turn their attention to the NFL to chat about what's going on with the New York Jets following Aaron Rodgers' comments on the Pat McAfee Show yesterday. Later on, the morning duo focus in on Maple Leafs camp to discuss the stakes surrounding this season and who's facing the most pressure. They conclude the hour with our daily Wake and Rake parlay (29:41). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Catch up on all the footy news from AFL 360, Wednesday the 27th of September with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. Gerard and Robbo discuss the news that Collingwood have brought in Billy Frampton as the replacement in their Grand Final side set to take on the Lions, the boys also are joined by the official umpire for the big occasion For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
MLB Baseball Umpire Jim Wolf Stops by the About Last Night Podcast with Adam Ray and talks about being a part of the infamous "Imperfect Game", life on the road and how got to the major leagues. Jim Wolf has officiated five Division Series, five League Championship Series, three Wild Card Games and two World Series (2015, 2019). This podcast is brought to you by Factor. Head to FactorMeals.com/LastNight50 and use the code LastNight50 to get 50% off! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On Episode 719 of Hittin' Season, Justin Klugh and Liz Roscher discuss some awful umpiring that affected Zack Wheeler's last start against the Braves, the futility of getting upset over player celebrations, and the Red Sox fire Chaim Bloom.
Today MPs from all parties are holding a debate on a controversial pregnancy testing drug used widely in the 1960s and 1970s. It's expected that MPs from all parties will speak, including former Prime Minister Theresa May. In May, the High Court rejected a claim for compensation saying it could not proceed because there was no new evidence linking the tests with foetal harm. Marie Lyon, Chairwoman of the Association for Children Damaged by Hormone Pregnancy Tests and Hannah Bardell MP, Vice Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group On Hormone Pregnancy Testing, join Nuala McGovern. In the last in our series Rebuilding My Life, Nuala speaks to Wiz Wharton, author of Ghost Girl, Banana. Wiz was sectioned under the Mental Health Act 24 years ago, which led to a diagnosis of bipolar. She was forced to confront her demons and work out what needed to change, including owning her identity as a British-Chinese woman and learning how to stand up to the racism she had experienced all her life. Exclusive reporting from The Guardian this week shows that cricket umpires were paid three times more to officiate the men's Hundred this summer than the women's. It comes just days after the England and Wales Cricket Board announced that the women's teams will get the same match fees as the men's. Nuala speaks to journalist Raf Nicholson. One of the last surviving Bletchley Park codebreakers has died aged 99. Margaret Betts was just 19 when she was headhunted to work on the project. Nuala speaks to Tessa Dunlop, author of The Bletchley Girls, to find out a bit more about her. Dame Shirley Bassey will become the first female solo artist in British history to be honoured with a stamp series. Welsh music journalist Jude Rogers joins Nuala.
Mat Germain visits BaseballBiz On Deck to look at the Tampa Bay Rays as they enter the last 24 games of the 2023 season.Waivers – Angels – Guardians results Rays faced former Rays pitcher Matt MooreMiami Marlins – Thanks to Lou Schiff @BaseballandLawLosing series to Cleveland Guardians – Bad Aura?24 games left are some players hiding injuriesTaylor Walls & Kevin Kiermaier comparisons – Some sloppiness in recent defense - Is Taylor missing confidence -1.4 defensive rating & 8 errorsOsleivis Basabe is a better shortstop than TaylorShortstop glut – Walls comparing himself to Wander Franco?Heart & Hustle & Confidence equation that Taylor needs to achieveRays need to go back to building a competitive environmentQuick at Bats hurting Rays?Rays top hitters, Yandy Diaz, Jose Siri, & Isaak Paredes, benched during the Red Sox gameSpeedy Vidal Brujan got tagged at thirdRays Fun & Frustrating, Fun & FrustratingIt's baseball – Yankees swept Astros in Houston, A's wins series over Angels Could Yankees win 22 of 25 remaining games to remain relevant – Not LikelyThe A's have a better future than the Angels – Will Ohtani and Trout stick aroundAngels dealt away 6 of their top 10 prospects – looks like a lean future Yankees & Angels both are burdened by injuries and top salaries to Judge, Cole, Ohtani & TroutStubborn ownership & weak scouting making bad decisions for both Yankees & AngelsPerry Minasian, GM for the Angels has relatively no say with budget & playersWhat does it take to change Owners minds to build and keep a better team in AnaheimYankees' Aaron Boone always apologizing and making excuses Yankees Front Office has been lazy in Analytics & DevelopmentPromote Cashman to President to stop him as GM & keeping dinosaurs around JudgeCould David Stearns be the new Yankees GM – who would he select as team managerCB Bucknor & Angel Hernandez – MLB need a retirement age for umps - Umpires should be anonymous Tommy La Sorda & Video ReplayRays Opening Day roster compared to today's lineup – pitching has taken a hard hit but Rays have done a great job rebuilding rotationWill we see Colby White, Curtis Mead, Junior Caminero & Austin Shenton come up in SeptemberRays Minor League Teams have a chance to be in the Minor League Series. Durham Bulls, Montgomery Biscuits & Charleston River Dogs – post season may find some Rays minor league players in Perth, AustraliaPhenoms Wander Franco & Julio Urias probably out. How can league use these as learning moments for their playersNeed Mentoring system for new players to keep them on the right pathSpecial Thanks to Mat Germain. Mat can be found on Twitter @Mat_Germain_ Mark can be found on Twitter @TheBaseballBiz BaseballBiz can be found on iheartradio, Stitcher, Apple,Spotify & Google podcasts & @TheBaseballBiz on Twitter and of course on https://www.baseballbizondeck.com Please like, follow and comment. Let us know your thoughts about the show. DM Mark on Twitter @TheBaseballBizThanks to Tampa Baseball Museum for their continuous support. Special thanks to XTaKeRuX for the music "Rocking Forward"
In 1963, Middlesex got caught in traffic, and that set up one of the stupidest matches in cricket history. - To support Double Century please go to our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. Jarrod Kimber produces and narrates this series, check out his many projects here: https://linktr.ee/jarrodkimber. It is written by Abhishek Mukherjee, you can find him on Twitter at https://www.twitter.com/ovshake42. It is edited, mixed and produced by Nick McCorriston, he's at https://www.nickamc.com and https://www.twitter.com/soundboy_audio. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This is a new season of Double Century, and we wanted to explore some of the weirder things about our game. In 1963, Middlesex got caught in traffic, and that set up one of the stupidest matches in cricket history. - To support Double Century please go to our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. Jarrod Kimber produces and narrates this series, check out his many projects here: https://linktr.ee/jarrodkimber. It is written by Abhishek Mukherjee, you can find him on Twitter at https://www.twitter.com/ovshake42. It is edited, mixed and produced by Nick McCorriston, he's at https://www.nickamc.com and https://www.twitter.com/soundboy_audio. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ashley Nicole Moss and Liv Moods host Women's Wednesday on Brother From Another. Asley and Liv discuss Jimmy Garoppolo shading the 49ers in connection with the Trey Lance trade to the Cowboys, potential Super Bowl contenders and the mother of Eli Apple's child putting an apparent bounty on him. Mike Jones joins the show to react to Jonathan Taylor not being traded and the Colts placing him on the PUP list to start the NFL season. Jones also discusses the Giants naming 10 team captains and NFL roster cuts. Ashley and Liv weigh-in on the NBA world champions debate sparked by Noah Lyles and react to Ben Simmons' recent comments that he's ready to ‘come back and dominate' this upcoming NBA season. Ash and Liv also discuss Coco Gauff standing up for herself at the U.S. Open and calling out the chair umpire. (00:00) Jimmy Garoppolo Reacts to 49ers trading Trey Lance (5:01) 49ers struggle with QB evaluation (6:45) Impact of Trey Lance Trade on Dak Prescott; Jerry Jones Agenda (13:39) Super Bowl Contenders or Bust: Jets, Bills, Cowboys (18:06) Eli Apple has bounty placed on him (21:58) Colts place Jonathan Taylor on PUP List after not being traded (26:28) Running Back Market (29:37) Giants Name 10 Team Captains: Daniel Jones, Saquon Barkley, Darren Waller (32:12) Patriots release Bailey Zappe; Mac Jones (36:48) Doug Pederson Cuts Son Josh from Jaguars (39:02) Are NBA players World Champions? (41:58) NBA should take In-Season Tournament global (43:03) Ben Simmons Ready for Comeback (46:17) Coco Gauff Wins U.S. Open Match After Calling Out Chair Umpire
"On this episode of SuperStar Communicator, our hosts Susan Heaton-Wright and Nick Simon are joined by the renowned speaker and pitch coach, Sam Horn. In this episode, Sam shares a powerful technique on what to say in the first 60 seconds of a presentation, pitch, or negotiation that will captivate your audience, earn their respect, and generate buy-in. She encourages listeners to shape behavior rather than shame it, and shares practical tips on how to introduce oneself effectively and provide specific details to facilitate follow-up conversations. With her wealth of knowledge and experience, Sam Horn aims to help listeners improve their communication skills, handle difficult situations, and have honest conversations. Whether you're navigating corporate environments, personal relationships, or any other aspects of life, Sam's teachings and insights will equip you with the tools you need to confidently express yourself and cultivate meaningful connections. So tune in to this enlightening episode of Susan Heaton-Wright with Sam Horn, and discover how to effectively navigate conversations, make a lasting impression, and communicate with impact. Key points from the interview: 00:02:44] Disagreeing with friends, focus on common ground. [00:09:19] Discover four conflict styles: avoid, accommodate, angry, assert. [00:13:31] Counselor sets boundaries for student support. [00:23:26] Technique to win respect and buy-in in 60 seconds. [00:30:31] Invite, incentivize, introduce, be memorable, provide contact information, offer value, increase engagement. [00:37:17] Criteria for publishing a book: show the shift. [00:42:11] Joe started as an individual consultant. Then he created an umbrella brand called "Brief Lab" to stand out. This led to a book deal and a successful career. [00:48:49] Umpire stops fighting, avoid blaming, find solutions instead of fault. Remove "no can't," use "yes as soon as." [00:55:24] Avoiding conflict won't make it better. [00:59:01] Growing up in silence, tiptoeing around relationships. Download the transcription Sam Horn is the Founder/CEO of the Tongue Fu! Training Institute. She is the originator of the trade-marked communication process called Tongue Fu! which has been taught to hundreds of organizations worldwide - including Oracle, Intel, Accenture and Outsystems. Her newest book TALKING ON EGGSHELLS received a cover endorsement from Whole Foods founder John Mackey who calls it "the course-correct for today's cancel culture. People can contact us at Sam@SamHorn.com to receive a free WORDS TO LOSE - WORDS TO USE reminder card they can post by their desk and on their refrigerator to keep these tips in sight, in mind so they say what they want to say ... the first time and every time. You can purchase her latest book "Talking on Eggshells" HERE SuperStar Communicator Here at SuperStar Communicator HQ Susan and Nick love sharing great content. If you like our podcast why not buy us a coffee And why not subscribe to our podcast! SuperStar Communicator Is a multi award winning international company empowering emerging leaders to speak and communicate with clarity, confidence, credibility and influence. We deliver: · masterclasses, · facilitate workshops, · deliver speeches – · face to face and virtually · coach individuals. Our focus is on emerging leaders to ensure they progress in their careers. If you would like more details of our work email firstname.lastname@example.org look at our website http://superstarcommunicator.com or why not book a call We have a lovely gift for you: Grab your 10 top tips to presenting here Thank you for listening!
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The guys from the Strike 3 podcast joined Brent to chat about fall ball and how to use it to improve yourself. The importance of clinics and making sure you are going to them for all the right reasons. Good calls, bad calls, tips, tricks and conversations that are had in the umpire room before and after a game! Thanks to Colin and Eric for coming on the podcast! Get your Hey Blue! merchandise here today! Hey Blue! Umpire Attire Store | Fourteen Twenty Sports (fourteen-twenty-sports.myspreadshop.com) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of the Her Sport Show, we had the privilege of chatting with Mary Waldron, a former member of the Irish Women's Cricket National Team, who just announced her retirement. We encourage you to watch the video version of the podcast on Spotify or YouTube to see the images Jess and Mary are referring to. Mary takes a trip down memory lane as she looks back through old photographs from her time on the Irish Women's Cricket National Team back. We follow Mary as she delves into her love for the sport of cricket, the lessons she has learned and the experiences she has gained. 0:00 Meet Mary 2:26 Switching to cricket 7:47 Professional contracts 10:29 Hope for the future of Ireland Cricket 11:30 First Ireland cricket tour in Pakistan 12:55 World travel as a professional athlete 14:57 Personality picture 16:20 Growth of cricket in Ireland 18:46 Umpire training 21:42 Retirement announcement 23:00 What do you love most about cricket? 24:38 What lessons has sport taught you? 25:47 Why encourage women to get involved in sport? Visit the website https://hersport.ie/ Check out the Her Sport channels Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hersport.ie Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HerSport.ie/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/HerSportDotIE About Her Sport: Her Sport is a media platform centred on bringing the latest Irish and international women's sports news. Her Sport aims to empower women in sport, inspire more female participation, increase opportunity and level the playing field for future generations. Our objective is to create real and tangible change. Contact us: email@example.com
Second hour starts talking about balls and strikes with former MLB umpire Tim Tschida as he shares which ballparks he has enjoyed working at the most, what he thinks of the newer ballparks and also discusses the new strike zone system Bally Sports North and shares one special baseball story. We then talk about a Star Tribune story regarding Brian O'Hara and the MPD.
Ben & Woods start the 8am hour continuing their conversations about umpires, and how we honestly, truly believe that an automated strike zone would HELP umpires out by taking the toughest part of their job off of their plate, Then we play the incredible call of Ha-seong Kim's grand slam from the Korean broadcast before we're joined by Padres broadcaster Jesse Agler who makes his weekly Tuesday appearance! Listen here!
On Episode 705 of Hittin' Season, John Stolnis of The Good Phight and Justin Klugh from Baseball Prospectus recap the disappointing Phillies-Twins series and Sunday's loss largely attributable to a home plate umpire recently called up from AAA. No, seriously. Also, was the 6-4 homestand a disappointment, or just fine, considering the Phils have the 3rd best record in the National League? And it was Alumni Weekend at CBP, who would we most want to hang out with this weekend?
KB & Pitts are BACK and kick things off with the Phillies and umpires needing to be relegated as Alex MacKay cost the Phillies the series win over the Twins and makes us beg the question once again... WHY do umpires not get held accountable for their actions?! Then they touch on the preseason, Lionel Messi coming to Delco to take on the Union in the Leagues Cup semifinal and wrap up with a HOT chicken wing debate! Follow Us! Twitter: @UndergroundPHI Kyle: @KBizzl311 Matt: @mattcastorina Website: undergroundsportsphiladelphia.com Watch LIVE: YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCXTLztI5KsYQLH0WptJaL-Q FB: facebook.com/UndergroundSportsPHI Twitch: twitch.tv/UndergroundsportsPHI Instagram: @undergroundphi Merch & Apparel: www.phiapparel.co/shop + Use Code "UNDERGROUND" for 10% off! tomahawkshades.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 25% off at checkout! binhoboard.com | Promo Code: "BinhoUSP" for 10% off at checkout! TrophySmack.com | trophysmack.com/USP?afmc=fw Dubby.gg | Use Code UNDERGROUND for 10% Off! manscaped.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 20% off AND free shipping Intro Music: Arkells "People's Champ" Outro Music: Arkells "People's Champ"
His kitchen is under or near a tree. Lots of them. He's got goggles on because of the smoke. The first time you see Drew Deckman weidling his giant tongs over live fire at Deckman's en El Mogor, it feels like you're in some sort of movie. His bed and car and clothes and family must also smell like smoke. “The minute I first drove into Valle de Guadalupe, I knew I was home, I felt like I'd been there my whole life,” he says of Baja, Mexico's wine region, which started humble and has now grown into an international destination 90-minutes south of the US-Mexico border. Years after starting his life there, he'd give up his U.S. citizenship to become a Mexican national. It is home. Drew is one of the chefs cooking at the Del Mar Wine + Food Festival. He'll be at the Grand Tasting (Sept. 10 & 11). He'll also be cooking with fellow Mexican star Benito Molina (who owns iconic restaurant Manzanilla with his chef wife, Solange Muris), Lodge at Torrey Pines exec chef Kelli Crosson, and Food Network friend (Guy's Grocery Games, Iron Chef), Beau MacMillan. Actors Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston are also hosting the dinner with their mezcal brand, Dos Hombres. Drew is one of the funniest, most articulate, humblest and give-a-damn people I've ever met. Let alone chefs. After you hear him talk for any amount of time, his college degree in philosophy from Rhodes College makes so much sense. He applies that multi-layered thinking to food, agriculture, ecology, hospitality, and wine. He was only supposed to go to Europe for a summer and ended up staying for 10 years, cooking under Paul Bocuse, Jacques Maximin, and other icons. He was chef at Restaurant Vitus in Germany when it earned its first Michelin star. After becoming executive chef for the Four Seasons in Berlin, the hotel group transferred him to Cancun. He comes into the San Diego Magazine offices. He opens his wine that he's made—a cloudy low-intervention white he specifically made to go well with oysters (he's a chef-partner in Baja Shellfish Farms), a deep, hearty red. He then rips into tales of a boy from the south who wanted to be a major league umpire but found his way into the kitchen and fell in love with people and the culture of Baja.
What's going on with the crazy week in baseball?This week the baseball crew talk about Aaron Boone going crazy at the Umpires and The White Sox Guardians fight all of this and more. i80 Sports takes you on a journey from coast to coast, exploring the best of American Sports with a team of passionate and knowledgeable hosts. From the towering skyscrapers of Rockefeller Center to the majestic beauty of the Redwoods, join us as we bring you the latest news, analysis, and insights on all your favorite American sports. We aim to entertain and inform, providing a one-stop-shop for all your sporting needs. So, sit back, relax, and let us take you on a wild ride through the world of American athletics!You can find all our audio and video platforms via our website- www.i80sports.comSupport the show
S4, E35: Today's podcast brings out randomness, or banter. We weave through various topics including: - The Brewers' pitching struggles - Whether umpires should be in the Hall of Fame - The most famous person(s) to visit American Family Field And much more! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thebarrelbanter/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thebarrelbanter/support
The Mariners sweep the San Diego Padres in epic fashion as they go on a crazy run in the 8th inning. This team has found their stride, and things are looking up! How about Emerson Hancock, boy did he dominate, and we have the audio from his reaction to the game in which the crowd drowned out one of his family members. This leads to a discussion about parents questioning and or yelling at officials/ Umpires. The Husky Honks joined Softy yesterday and shared their thoughts about the Huskies moving onto the BIG 10, Puck and Jim react to comments from Greg Lewis & Mario Bailey.
Dan wonders if Aaron Boone's antics will spur MLB into doing something about some of the terrible umpires who still have jobs. And legendary Cleveland Browns LT and recently inducted Pro Football Hall of Famer, Joe Thomas drops by to talk about his amazing career and what it was like playing with Johnny Manziel.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Les Norman of Breakin' the Norm joins The Zone to talk about reason for optimism with Cole Ragans' excellent start and reason for rage with the umpiring that sealed the Royals' fate.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Four umpires sit around and shoot the stuff about umpiring baseball from Havre Montana, host site of the Northwest Class A Regional American Legion Baseball tournament. Why they do it, how to grow umpiring, bad calls and how they got into it are all in this edition of Hey Blue! Get your Hey Blue! Merchandise here today! Hey Blue! Umpire Attire Store | Fourteen Twenty Sports (fourteen-twenty-sports.myspreadshop.com) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Book of Joe Podcast with hosts Tom Verducci and Joe Maddon begins with Aaron Boone's epic interaction with umpire Laz Diaz. Joe explains the emotion that leads to a manager blowing up on the field. Umpires have a tough job, but are the players making that job even harder? Joe is 16th on the all-time list with 59 ejections in 19 years and we hear about some of the most memorable walks to the clubhouse. Joe recalls his very first ejection, how he apologized after a few, and how he once was tossed by all four umps! The Book of Joe Podcast is a production of iHeart Radio. #fsr See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Host Kevin Weber gives a detailed look at his experience in the 2023 CBUA 4-Man Umpire Evaluation Clinic in Indianapolis, IN. Kevin has been umpiring since his high school days, however, he's been working consistently in amateur baseball since 2006. His story is the tale of what umpire camps and perseverance can accomplish. Kevin demonstrates that the umpire camp route is an alternative to the professional umpire school path. His road to success has been through self-study, camps, and clinics, most notably Bruce Doane's camps. Kevin has attended the Doane February camp, 2-man advanced camp, and 3-man camp on multiple occasions. He also attended the CBUA 4-Man Invitation Clinic twice. Kevin has worked high school (MHSAA), JUCO (MCCAA), NAIA (WHAC/Crossroads), and NCAA Division I (MAC) (Horizon) (MVC), II (GLIAC), and III (MIAA) contests. He's also worked a Big Ten Conference non-con game in 2023 along with MAC and Horizon League series, and MVC non-con games. In 2022, Kevin worked the GLIAC NCAA DII Conference tournament and the NCAA Division III Regionals. In 2023, Kevin worked the NJCAA Division III, Region 12 tournament, and the MIAA Tournament. Additionally, Kevin has worked the MHSAA State Finals three times (2015, 2019, & 2023). He is always trying to hone his umpire skills to continue moving up the umpiring ladder. Recently, Kevin took on an assigner role, assigning MHSAA games for the West Michigan Umpire Association and tournament and travel team games for the Grand Rapids Umpire Alliance. He is happily married, has one daughter, and teaches high school Social Studies and English in Grand Rapids, Michigan. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thehammer/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thehammer/support
This episode we are reviewing the WWBA 2026 Grads Tournament with special guest, Patrick Malley. The WWBA 15u National Championship took place at East Cobb Complex and surrounding Atlanta facilities.Location(s):PG East Cobb Complex Hog Mountain Sports Complex, Flowery Branch, GA Alpharetta High School, Alpharetta, GANorth Forsyth High School, Cumming, GARatingFacility: 4/ 5 points Tournament Management: 4/ 5 pointsFees: 3/ 5 points Restrooms: 5/5 points Umpires: 3/ 3 pointsConcessions: 1/ 2 points Miscellaneous: 4/ 5 pointsTOTAL RATING: 24/ 30 (Triple)Note: Our reviews are completely based on our own personal opinions, and we are not receiving any compensation or incentives for our reviews (and if we ever did, we would disclose that information).If you have any corrections, please send them to us. -----------------------------------------Moms and Baseball Tournament Ratings Scale (30 possible points)28+: Grand Slam25-27: Home Run22-24: Triple19-21: Double16-18: Base HitUnder 16: StrikeoutFollow Moms and Baseball:Keep up with Moms and Baseball on our website: https://momsandbaseball.comFollow us on Facebook, Instagram, and TwitterJoin our Facebook group, Parents and BaseballYou can also listen to episodes on Moms and Baseball Facebook page
Click here to access our Free On-Demand Courseswww.WrightChat.com Have you ever wondered what separates an exceptional leader from an average one? Join me as I take you on a journey through my personal experiences as a professional baseball umpire and a pilot, highlighting the pivotal role of curiosity in leadership and how this trait can be a game-changer in business scenarios.From high-stakes situations in the cockpit to intense moments on the baseball field, these experiences have taught me invaluable lessons about calmness amidst chaos, and the importance of non-coachable traits in leadership. Listen in for an intriguing account of a plane nose-diving due to a pilot's mistake, where I emphasize the significance of staying composed in nerve-wracking situations. We then switch gears to the world of professional baseball, shedding light on what evaluators look for in umpires, and how chaos can actually be a great platform to showcase one's skills.Navigating through the complexities of leading in a down economy, we discuss why it's crucial to inspire and motivate your team beyond just numbers. We delve into strategies to handle difficult circumstances, like angry patients, and turn negative situations into positive outcomes. Wrapping up, we explore the idea of leading with empathy, clear guidance, and focusing on controllable aspects during turbulent times. Tune in to discover how commitment to practice and self-improvement is the key to effective leadership, even when things go south. Join us and turn your leadership around!Click here to access our Free On-Demand Courseswww.WrightChat.comWe answer, speak as your employee and schedule your new patient phone calls either as your primary or backup - Stop using outdated answering services as nobody leaves voicemails anymore ... We speak just like your own employees, remote in and schedule new patients and they never know a "third party" answered!www.NewPatientGroup.comAt New Patient Group, we are more than just orthodontic practice consultants. We are a transformational coaching and digital marketing company bringing outside of orthodontics expertise to orthodontic practices wanting to thrive in the new economy. We come from outside your orthodontic practice “bubble” with real expertise in all the non-clinical skill sets you and your team must have to succeed in today's commoditized orthodontic industry. We are described by others as having an “underground cult following” with a client retention rate of over 98% and the biggest orthodontist names as clients while spending virtually nothing on advertising. We work with practices that want to increase their Invisalign or other types of clear aligner share to chairWe are founded by Brian Wright, a world-renowned expert in business growth, sales, customer service, and consumer psychology. He is also a trusted speaker for the finest companies in the world, including Invisalign, Henry Schein, Dental Monitoring, OrthoFi, and others. He has been described as a combination of the team from Shark Tank and Marcus Lemonis from The Profit. The best orthodontists in the world utilize our innovative coaching and marketing services to become better versions of themselves, streamline their practices, advance their careers, break through plateaus, improve conversion, increase new patients, and more! Schedule a Free Consultation today and let us learn more about you, your orthodontic practice, and how we can customize something specific to your wants/needs. In this months podcast we discuss culture building at your practice and how it can transform the lives of others.
It is great to have you with us for Cobb Life, we have some important, some irreverent for you today. Your show rundown is presented by Credit Union of Georgia, and We start with Janet Graham from Loving Arms Cancer Outreach. Their important support, advocacy, and help for families battling cancer, as well as those impacted, is such an important cause. They have a great music festival event coming up on August 5th out in Dallas. Janet will tell us more, then a bit later, we bring you a perspective piece. As familiar a presence as baseball umpires have been throughout the game's history, at all levels, We don't often hear from the guy behind the "other" mask. Scott Taylor hung up the mask at the conclusion of the 2023 College baseball season, but his career has taken him thru the pro level too. Scott is what you'd call a true...blue.. Scott and I will swap some stories and kick the can a bit about the odyssey a career in baseball can be. In his case, as an ump. We're gonna have some fun.Pull up a chair....it's Sunday, It's Cobb Life, and it's next Janet Graham - Loving Arms Cancer Outreach....segment 1 Scott Taylor - veteran umpire....segment 2 Scott Taylor continued....segment 3 And that will about do it for this week's Cobb life. We thank our guests, Janet Graham from Loving Arms Cancer Outreach, and "the ump" Scott Taylor, hey we thank all of you for locking us in this week on Cobb Life. Cobb Life is a presentation of the Marietta Daily Journal, I'm Brian Giffin with the BG Ad Group, we'll talk to you soon everybody, so long. www.henssler.com www.cuofga.org www.daycosystems.com www.gon.com www.ingles-markets.com www.unitedmilitarycare.org www.elonsalon.com www.drakerealty.com www.esogrepair.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Season 14, Episode 26: Crazy scenes, not just because Indian women's captain Harmanpreet Kaur smashed her stumps over in a rage, but because she and other teammates persisted in effectively calling the umpires cheats after the match. All because India tied a series with Bangladesh. Also this week, Ian Botham makes an arse of himself, we look at Nat Sciver-Brunt's hot streak against Australia, Pakistan roll over Sri Lanka, there's a very funny county round, and England Test century-maker Alice Davidson-Richards joins the show to speak about her family's experience with Alzheimer's. Your Nerd Pledge number for this week: 1.35 - Jeremy Nash The Final Word Live show in London is on July 26. Tickets here. Or get 50% off if you join Patreon first. Support the show with a Nerd Pledge at patreon.com/thefinalword Find previous episodes at finalwordcricket.com Title track by Urthboy Visit westfield.com/united-kingdom/London to see everywhere you can eat, shop and play in Europe's largest shopping centre. Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City – More Extra, Less Ordinary! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Fresh off a tournament weekend with no ejections in 14 games we noticed that going unnoticed isn't that hard and that coaches, players and umpires are wound way too tight! Get your Hey Blue! merchandise here today! Hey Blue! Umpire Attire Store | Fourteen Twenty Sports (fourteen-twenty-sports.myspreadshop.com) Umpires make sure you protect your skin from that hot summer sun today with the best in men's skin care and save 20% at Caldera + Lab. Clean, Wild-Harvested, Clinically-Proven Men's Skincare Use Promo code 1420LAB at calderalab.com/1420LAB Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's guest is Tim Jackson who is the AD at Richmond Burton Community H.S. in Richmond, Illinois. Tim shares his background as an Umpire and as an AD on this episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/educational-ad-podcast/support
Episode 161 - Jack is back!, We catch up on the Phillies, MLB All Star game, Jack's PA Little League umpire situation, Large and In charge, Wimbledon Final, Immaculate Grid, The Quarterback, Lincoln Lawyer, and we wrap with the local fun.
We've had all types of leaders on this podcast. And athletes. And ministers and pastors.There have been numerous PHDs. But today's guest can fall under all of those categories, not to mention someone who has taken a punch from the likes of George Foreman and Mike Tyson. He's a leader, an athlete, a minister, a legend in the game of baseball. Let's sum it up this way and call him Reverend Doctor Crew Chief. Ted Barrett's big league umpiring crew spanned from 1994-2022. He worked 33 playoff series, is the only ump in history to work the plate for two perfect game and be on the field for three.
The Nats were trounced 9-2 on Wednesday night vs. the Reds for their 3rd straight home loss. Mark & Al recap the unusual kerfuffle regarding the blast knob at the end of Elly De La Cruz's bat that ultimately led to his towering HR in the 5th inning. Mark was the designated pool reporter for the evening and relays what he was told form the Umpires afterwards. (08:40) Josiah Gray had a poor outing on the heels of making the All Star Game over the weekend. Gray only lasted 5 IP and was plagued by his typical high pitch count. (16:20) Joe La Sorsa gave up 4 runs in two innings; which included a run scoring balk. It was the 2nd time in the past few outings that La Sorsa gave up that many runs and his ERA this season is at 18.00. (26:30) Alex Call returned to Washington's CF just a few weeks after being sent down to Rochester. Derek Hill was DFA'd, which oddly enough came right after his 1st RBI with the Nationals. Call has struggled mightily at the plate this season, but has played well in the field. (32:20) Jim Callis, Senior Writer for MLB Pipeline and MLB.com, tells Tim Shovers all that he knows about Dylan Crews and Paul Skenes ahead of this weekend's Draft. He gives an easy to digest explanation on how the finances have changed since the Stephen Strasburg/Bryce Harper Drafts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Comedian Ryan Sickler tells Adam about a dedicated street where the homeless defecate. Next, Chris reports the news. They hear about a transgender runner competing in the London Marathon, Kia and Hyundai being sued because of soaring thefts made popular on TikTok, and a new policy from a New Jersey little league which would punish angry parents by having them serve as umpires. Finally, Adam talks one-on-one with anchor Chris Cuomo about the terminations of Tucker Carlson and Don Lemon, being let go by CNN, and the allegations against his brother Andrew Cuomo. They discuss the problems with both political parties and inaccuracies in the media. PLUGS: Check out Chris Cuomo's podcast, ‘The Chris Cuomo Project' wherever you find podcasts And follow Chris on Twitter, @ChrisCuomo Watch Ryan Sickler's special ‘Lefty's Son' on YouTube See Ryan Sickler live: Fort Wayne, IN - Summit City Comedy Club - May 26 & 27 Tacoma, WA - Tacoma Comedy Club - June 23 & 24 Appleton, WI - Skyline Comedy Club - July 7 & 8 For more dates go to: RyanSickler.com Listen to Ryan Sickler's ‘The HoneyDew Podcast' wherever you listen to podcasts And follow Ryan on Twitter, @RyanSickler THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: SimpliSafe.com/ADAM The Jordan Harbinger Show OReillyAuto.com 4Patriots.com enter ADAM