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Boomer & Gio
Support for Gio, Fixing the Knicks, A Failed App, A Possible Mole, Jerry's Accolades, An Update, Greg Maddux Wanted to be a Yankee, A Mess in LA, MOTD and A Rare and Possibly Fatal Side-Effect

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 34:57


Hour 4: Gio is receiving plenty of support following his anxiety reveal, the Knicks have a long way to go, Mike Francesa used to have an app, Boomer is starting to wonder about our new video guy Anthony, Jerry Recco gets all the praise he deserves, some updating of the masses, that time Greg Maddux got ghosted by the Yankees, the Lakers sure are a mess these days, Thursday's ‘Moment of the Day' was next and then some concern for an infected body part takes us home.

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
WAG Wednesday With Brittany Baldi

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 14:55


In this week's edition of WAG Wednesday we are joined by Brittany Baldi. Brittany hosts the BosBabes podcast and is the fiance of former Yankee pitcher Ryan Dull. Brittany talks about her time on MTV reality shows, Ryan's jersey being in Cooperstown, how the proposed and much more. 

Chente Ydrach
SoLpresa! - Kathia Yari: papelones con Bad Bunny, Yankee y Mario Kart

Chente Ydrach

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 60:08


REDES CHENTE: Instagram: http://instagram.com/chenteydrach Facebook: http://facebook.com/chenteydrachoficial Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/chenteyd... Twitter: http://twitter.com/chenteydrach iTunes Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/m...

Ho Yeah!
Yankee Hankie - Season 5, Episode 10

Ho Yeah!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 87:42


I Don't Speak German
101: Roman McClay and the Manosphere

I Don't Speak German

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 122:50


And so we kick off 2022, IDSG's fourth year, with an episode about the Denver shooter and self-published SF novelist (who put himself and his own murder plans in his own books) Lyndon McCleod, AKA Roman McClay, and his relationship to the infamous 'Manosphere', AKA a network of misogynistic and 'masculinist' fashy chudlingers like Jack Murphy, Jack Davenport, etc.  We follow up a bit on our last episode (Part 1 of our post-verdict Rittenhouse coverage) and drop back in on the nauseating You Are Here podcast, and Baldy McDickface's Tim Pool's show, as we explore the recent flap around Jack Murphy's 'Cuck Letter' (don't ask... well, just listen), before delving a tad into McCleod/McClay's fiction and his worldview, including some hardcore stoopid genetic determinism.  Lots going on in this one, and so we're issuing bigtime content warnings, not least for the recorded voice of a multiple murderer. Podcast Notes: Please consider donating to help us make the show and stay ad-free and independent.  Patrons get exclusive access to at least one full extra episode a month plus all backer-only back-episodes. Daniel's Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/danielharper Jack's Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4196618 IDSG Twitter: https://twitter.com/idsgpod Daniel's Twitter: @danieleharper Jack's Twitter: @_Jack_Graham_ IDSG on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-dont-speak-german/id1449848509?ls=1 * Episode Notes/Links to follow soon. CBS Denver, "Denver Couple Shares Moments Lyndon McLeod tried to kill them" You Are Here, Buzzfeed Vax-Only Event Becomes "Super-Spreader" Cuckold Rage -- Jack Murphy's Freak Out at Sydney Watson Sydney Watson, Addressing the Incident Timcast IRL 22DEC2021 Jack Murphy Live Liminal Order Jack Murphy, Cultivating Erotic Energy From a Surprising Source Today I sent my adoring loyal hot young girlfriend of two years to have sex with a stranger from tinder. She is currently at his apartment, checked in with me via text and is presumably sucking and fucking her way to a good time. I'm alone writing. Couldn't be happier. Now before you write me off as another salon.com freak who wants to be a cuckold or some kind of spineless beta under male, hear me out. This has been a long road. My manhood is intact and my dick is hard. [...] It is suspended disbelief. This disbelief allows us to create a gap to close. It creates space for desire to reach out to the other person. Role playing stranger rape puts us into different personas for the moment, creating mystery danger and desire. Ie. its fucking hot. Matt from Tinder helps us to introduce another element which requires suspended disbelief. Just like my girlfriend knows I could nor ever would actually rape her, I too know that my girlfriend is not going to leave me for some guy she met on tinder today to fuck. The entire experience is regimented according to my rules. I introduced her to the idea. I pushed it. I told her to go on Tinder and find someone. On the day in question, I tell her when and where to do it. She checks in with me via text. I know where she is and I am waiting for her. She is not alone. She is on a mission sent directly by me. And the entire point is for me to get turned on in a way that wouldn't happen otherwise. The excitement, eustress, and anticipation put me in a different state. I get turned on knowing someone else wants my girl as badly as I do. Yes, I get turned on knowing she is fucking someone else. We've done it together where we picked up a guy at a bar, took him home and I watched them have sex. Or we've brought a guy from craig's list over and I took pictures as he banged her. This time, I just sent her on her way and gave myself time to write and relax, knowing that exceptional sex awaits upon reunion. The time she spends with the other guy, isn't really hers alone. Its ours. Its mine. Its her acting out my ideas. Her behavior is manifestation of my will. Rod Dreher, The American Conservative, Queer as Volk It turns out that back in 2015, Murphy, who now sells himself and his masculinist advisory services as an extreme chad, wrote a piece extolling the erotic pleasure of being a beta cuck. You can find this online; I'm not going to link to it. Some Redditors got busy digging, and found that Murphy and his girlfriend had acted in a self-made porn broadcast back in 2019 (Murphy admitted this on Twitter today). In the film, there is apparently a sequence in which the super-masculine Murphy impales himself with a plastic phallus, while simultaneously pleasuring himself. This is not a rumor, alas; I stumbled across the image online, and can't unsee it. Denver Post, Denver gunman's novels named real-life victims, described similar attacks McLeod named both Alicia Cardenas and Michael Swinyard as murder victims in his novels. Cardenas, 44, and Swinyard, 67, were both killed in Monday's shooting spree. Police believe McLeod killed Swinyard inside his home at One Cheesman Place, an apartment building in the 1200 block of Williams Street. A property manager for the building told residents in an email that McLeod wore tactical gear, a police logo and a badge when he entered the building. In McLeod's first novel, “Lyndon MacLeod” wears police gear and kills a character named “Michael Swinyard” at his apartment on Williams Street. The character in the book also kills other people in the building and robs them. The character has a list of people he wants to kill and considers some to be more important than others. “The murders were like food in the belly, like wine at rest on the tongue,” the first book reads. “Killing people nourished the soul.” Heavy, Lyndon McLeod aka Roman McClay: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know Wineberserkers forum, Have you dealt with LJ McLeod Matthew Kriner, H. E. Upchurch, and W. Aaron, Global Network on Extremism and Technology, Examining the Denver Shooter's Ideological Views Shane Burley and Alexander Reid Ross, Bellingcat, How the Denver Shooter's Digital Trail Exposes the Violent Fantasies of the ‘Manosphere' Left Cost Right Watch, Nazis Made a Murder Calendar and Counterterror Analysts are Helping Spread It Mack Lamoureux, Vice News, Tattoo Parlor Killer Named His Victims in VIolent, Misogynist Novels Albion's Seed at Wikipedia American Nations at Wikipedia Jack Donovan interviews Roman McClay Jack Donovan Interviews Roman McClay (sanctionthebook.com) On John Goldman (Jack Murphy) D.C. Charter School Board Investigating Senior Employee For Alleged Alt-Right Links – WAMU McLeod's weird tweet about Yankee genes (5) Jack Three on Twitter: "Americans have been sold the lie that a Connecticut Yankee and a Western outlaw are the same because they're both 'white.' Nothing could be more wrong (genetically speaking). From Billy the Kid (McCarty) to The Hell's Angels, the Ulster & Highland Scots are not American https://t.co/Cbba3MNrjI" / Twitter Jefferson Davis' speech to House Chamber, Mississippi Capitol, December 26, 1862 Jefferson Davis' Speech at Jackson, Miss. | The Papers of Jefferson Davis | Rice University

Ultrarunning History
97: The Six-Day Race Part 5: Daniel O’Leary (1875)

Ultrarunning History

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 26:48


By Davy Crockett Daniel O'Leary By March 1875, Edward Payson Weston, from New York City, was on top of the ultrarunning world (called Pedestrianism). He had just won the first six-day race in history, was the only person who had ever walked 500 miles in six days and held the 24-hour world walking record of 115 miles. Through his efforts and the promotion of P.T. Barnum, the sport had been given a rebirth and was on the front pages of newspapers across America. Weston had won hundreds of thousands of dollars in today's value for his exploits and obviously others wanted a piece of this action too. Was Weston one of a kind, or would others succeed in dethroning him? A true rival did emerge from Chicago, an Irishman who worked hard to try to become the best, Daniel O'Leary. Please consider becoming a patron of ultrarunning history. Help to preserve this history by signing up to contribute a few dollars each month through Patreon. Visit https://ultrarunninghistory.com/member Others Try to be Six-Day Kings After his victory in the first six-day race in history, held in P.T. Barnum's New York City Hippodrome, Weston had established himself as the undisputed six-day king. Others attempted to match Weston's 500-mile six-day accomplishment achieved in New Jersey, in December 1874. The press still could not resist taking a poke at Weston. “Samuel Williamson of Milwaukee imitated Weston's attempts to walk 500 miles in six days, and the imitation was so successful that he failed ridiculously.” In April 1875, Allen Brown claimed to walk 500 miles in six days in Nashville, “the first pedestrian who has accomplished the feat without a charge of trickery.” It is very unlikely that this was legitimate. Brown was unknown and was never again mentioned in connection with Pedestrianism. Brown was just a pretender, but a true contender immerged in Chicago, Illinois. Daniel O'Leary Daniel O'Leary (1846-1933) was born in Ireland and as a child lived through terrible years of potato blight, causing horrible starvation and disease. It was said that he began walking very early in life, jumped out of the cradle early, and walked three miles in under an hour while still a toddler. It was written, “This was looked upon as astonishing, considering his size and years, and it was predicted that he would become a great pedestrian.” As a youth he rarely took rides and instead relied on his legs to go from place to place. Under great difficulties, he was able to get a good education in Ireland. "In the village playground, amongst his classmates, he showed quite a preeminence in athletic sports, while he was yet in his teens.  He was the ringleader of all the boys in the locality and was a favorite." During his late teens he worked hard for two years in the interest of Ireland with all his energy and when free, fled the taxation coming. In 1865, at the age of nineteen, like so many other Irish, he immigrated to America. He could not find work in New York City, so he settled in Chicago, worked in a lumber yard and sold books door-to-door. He built up his endurance from speed walking his routes. It was said that when he tried to sell books to people, that many told him to “take a walk,” so he did. O'Leary Takes up Long-Distance Walking Chicago In 1874, O'Leary was a tailor and toymaker in the heart of Chicago. He overheard a group discussing Weston's walking exploits, including his attempts to walk 500 miles in six days. One person said that only a Yankee could accomplish the feat. Another commented that Weston was planning on going to Europe. O'Leary said, “If he dropped into Ireland on the way he'd get beaten so bad that he'd never again call himself a walker.” Everyone laughed at him. He finally said that he thought he could beat Weston. They then roared with laughter. O'Leary's First 100-mile Walk O'Leary wanted to prove that an Irishman could be a successful distance walker.

Old Time Radio Westerns
Galvanized Yankee – Fort Laramie (10-07-56)

Old Time Radio Westerns

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 26:26


Original Air Date: October 07, 1956 Host: Andrew Rhynes Show: Fort Laramie Phone: (707) 98 OTRDW (6-8739) Stars: • Raymond Burr (Captain Lee Quince) • Vic Perrin (Sgt. Goerss) • Jack Moyles (Major Daggett) • Harry Bartel (Lt. Siberts) Special Guests: • Lawrence Dobkin • Parley Baer • Frank Katie • Paul Dubov Writers: • […]

19 Nocturne Boulevard
19 Nocturne Boulevard - THE PICTURE IN THE HOUSE (The Lovecraft 5, #1) - Reissue

19 Nocturne Boulevard

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 40:20


(A loose adaptation of "The Picture in the House" by H.P. Lovecraft) Five friends get together to spook each other with stories, and Charles tells a tale of a weird encounter with a strange old man.   Cast List Charles - Michael Coleman (Tales of the Extraordinary) Warren - Glen Hallstrom Richard - Philemon Vanderbeck Herbert - Carl Cubbedge Edward - Bryan Hendrickson Creepy Old Guy - J. Hoverson Martha - Risa Torres Music by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com) Editing and Sound:   Julie Hoverson Cover Design:  Brett Coulstock "What kind of a place is it? Why it's a brownstone dinner party, can't you tell?" *************************************************** THE PICTURE IN THE HOUSE (Lovecraft 5, #1) Cast: Charles, a dilettante Herbert, a scientist Richard, a painter Warren, a professor Edward, the missing member, a writer Scary old man Martha, the cook OLIVIA     [opening credits] Did you have any trouble finding it?  What do you mean, what kind of a place is it?  Why, it's a brownstone dinner party, can't you tell?  MUSIC 1_after dinnerish SOUND     RAIN.  RECORD PLAYER CLICKS AND MUSIC STARTS SOUND     FOOTSTEPS HERBERT    What's the tune? SOUND    MATCH STRIKES CHARLES    It's-- RICHARD    That's one of Eric's isn't it?  CHARLES    No-o-o.  You know he never records. WARREN    I must say that veal cutlet was excellent.  Positively delicious.  Compliments to your cook, Charles. CHARLES    Excellent woman.  Don't know what I would do without her.  Been with the family for years. HERBERT    That's the only way to get good help these days - I wish I was fortunate enough to inherit hereditary retainers. WARREN    Any chance I can get the recipe for the cooking staff at the faculty dining hall?  We don't get veal very often, but-- CHARLES    I'll ask, but I doubt it - she's very secretive about her seasonings.  Now, Herbert, see that everyone has a good stiff drink, for-- RICHARD    Aren't we waiting on Edward? CHARLES    [darkly]  He isn't able to join us tonight.  Don't worry - I'm quite sure he won't hold it against us. HERBERT    Here you go. WARREN    Cheers.  [drinks]  So, what is this story you've brought us here for, Charles? HERBERT    Anyone for a cigar? WARREN    Ah, certainly. RICHARD    I won't say no. WARREN    You promised us a tale to - I believe the phrase you used was "to make the gorge rise and the hair stand on end", wasn't it? CHARLES    Yes.  And I know you all consider me the weakest of us all for telling a coherent tale, just because I have a tendency to let myself get distracted and lose my place, but I have a real corker for tonight. HERBERT    Well, we're all uncorked ... now, so lets see what you can do to us. CHARLES    All right, I won't keep you in suspense any longer.  You recall that I was away for most of last summer, traveling around the back country roads of New England, looking up genealogical records, tracing my family? WARREN    Of course - and we all envy you, being a man of enough leisure to be able to wander off at will, instead of having to stay around for your job. RICHARD    What do you know about jobs?  You're an academic.  That's hardly a real job. HERBERT    Hah!  This from the artist.  Now, science - science is an all-consuming master. CHARLES    All right.  All right.  Come on - it's my party and my story.  Don't really matter what your jobs are - you're all idiot enough to be my friends, and that's all that matters. EVERYONE    [general laughter] CHARLES    I don't know whether you'll believe me or not - probably not, but it's all true. HERBERT    It won't be that easy - you're talking to a couple of hardened skeptics here.  I won't believe anything without empirical proof and Warren won't believe you 'til it's written in a book at least a hundred years old, with footnotes and cross-references. WARREN    [snort] RICHARD    And me? HERBERT    Oh, you artists - who knows what you'll believe. CHARLES    [chuckles] We'll see what you all think by the time I'm finshed. RICHARD    Edward'll regret having missed a good story. 2_story starts CHARLES    [darkly] We'll worry about Edward later.  [beat]  If I don't start, we'll be here til dawn, so let's have a bit of hush.  [beat]  Damn-- [forgot] WARREN    You were cycling around the countryside. CHARLES    Right.  And I was pedaling like mad, trying to keep in front of this wicked great thundershower, when I spotted a crumbling pile - an ancient cottage built right up into the side of a hill.  It had reached that stage of decrepitude where you're not sure whether it was built there, or just sprang up like a mushroom. RICHARD    Very evocative.  Rounded corners, slanting walls, you can almost smell the mildew. CHARLES    May I continue? WARREN    You didn't happen to have a camera with you on your sojourn, did you? CHARLES    I wasn't sightseeing.  Never been any good with one of them contraptions anyway.  [sigh]  RICHARD    [prompting] The house. CHARLES    Right, so since it was the only structure - and I use the term very lightly - that I'd seen in hours and hours, I decided that forbidding as it looked, the clouds rolling in were worse.  I was already feeling the rain, and the lightning kept striking closer and closer. SOUND    THUNDER EVERYONE    [gasps] WARREN    Well!  That was timely. HERBERT    Now how did you manage that? CHARLES    Sheer luck.  Although the weather report did-- RICHARD    Ah, so you haven't been looking through any of those old grimoires Warren has charge of? WARREN    Oh, stop. CHARLES    Where was I? WARREN    Perhaps you should keep some notes - I find note cards work quite adequately for me when I'm called upon to give a lecture. CHARLES    [sigh] I went into the house.  I knocked first - I certainly didn't want to meet an angry homeowner with a shotgun in my face.  But since there was no answer, I figured it might be abandoned.  And the rain was starting to come down like rods. SOUND    THUNDER EVERYONE    [mild chuckles] CHARLES    [full-on storytelling mode] Inside was a little vestibule with walls from which the plaster was falling, and through the doorway came a faint but peculiarly hateful odor.  I entered, leaned my cycle against the wall, and crossed into a small, dim chamber, furnished in the barest and most primitive possible way.  It appeared to be a kind of sitting-room, for it had a table and several chairs - and an immense fireplace above which ticked an antique clock on a mantel. Books and papers were very few, and in the prevailing gloom I could not readily discern the titles.  Now, in all the room I could not discover a single article of definitely post-revolutionary date!  Had the furnishings been less humble, the place would have been a collector's paradise. 3_music changes SOUND    THE RECORD STOPS. CLICK AS THE NEXT RECORD GOES ON WARREN    You didn't look at the books at all?  Pity. CHARLES    You enthusiasts - always gallivanting ahead.  [dry chuckle] The first object of my curiosity was a book.  It lay open upon the table, presenting such an antediluvian aspect that I marveled at beholding it outside a museum or libary.  Bound in leather with metal fittings, it was in an excellent state of preservation - altogether an unusual sort of volume to encounter in an abode so lowly. WARREN    [eager] And the title? CHARLES    Hold your damn hosses.  When I opened it to the title page my wonder grew even greater, for it proved to be nothing less rare than... [beat, dragging out the suspense] WARREN    Ye-e-e-es? CHARLES    Pigafetta's account of the Congo region, written in Latin from the notes of the sailor Lopex and printed at Frankfurt in 1598. WARREN    [awed!] There's only 12 known copies extant. RICHARD    And you know that off the top of your head?  Oh, Warren.  You need a wife... or at the very least a bad habit. WARREN    Ssh.  The book? CHARLES    The engravings were indeed interesting, drawn wholly from imagination and careless descriptions - it even represented natives with Caucasian features.  Nor would I soon have closed the book had not an exceedingly trivial circumstance upset my tired nerves and revived my sensation of disquiet. SOUND    RATTLE OF HARD RAIN AGAINST THE WINDOW HERBERT    I think I need another drink.  Anyone?  SOUND     DRINKS POUR CHARLES     Go on ahead.  WARREN    [jumping in] The book? CHARLES    [exasperated sigh] What annoyed me was merely the persistent way in which the volume tended to fall open of itself at Plate twelve, which represented in gruesome detail a butcher's shop of the cannibal Anziques. WARREN    Anziques?  They were wiped off the face of the Congo in the seventeenth century, I believe? HERBERT    Were you aware that cannibalism was nowhere near as widespread as so-called history tells us? WARREN    That is a debatable point-- HERBERT    No, no, really - One of the easiest rallying cries to convince your followers to annihilate or enslave another culture was to accuse them of anthropophagy. CHARLES    Fascinating as this is, save it for your own dinner party, Herbert.  What you find so very engaging, I found exceedingly grotesque - to my own shame.  The drawing disturbed me, especially in connection with some adjacent passages descriptive of Anzique gastronomy. HERBERT    What did it say? CHARLES    [annoyed] It's hardly important.  I've worked hard to forget it.  [calm] Anyway, I was examining the rest of the meagre libary - an eighteenth century Bible, a "Pilgrim's Progress" of like period, the rotting bulk of Cotton Mather's "Magnalia Christi Americana," and a few other books of evidently equal age - when my attention was aroused by the unmistakable sound of walking in the room overhead. 4_cook SOUND    DOOR OPENS EVERYONE    [gasps] MARTHA    I'm so sorry sir, I thought you'd all be done by now - I was gonna clean up.  I'll just - I'll just get to it in the morning. CHARLES    Yes, yes of course Martha.  Have a good night. SOUND    DOOR CLOSES RICHARD    You set her up to do that. CHARLES    [not quite convincing]  Of course not.  Heaven forbid.  [a bit smug] That'd be such an entirely transparent ruse.  RICHARD    Perhaps you should be writing these sorts of thrillers, rather than Edward. WARREN    Did he say why he missed coming out tonight? CHARLES    [exasperated sigh]  He dropped by earlier for a moment, but he didn't have much to say.  If I may continue? WARREN    I, at least, am interested. CHARLES    Thank you very much.  I concluded that the occupant had just awakened from a sound sleep, and listened with less surprise as the footsteps sounded on the creaking stairs.  Then, after a moment of silence during which the walker may have been inspecting my bicycle, I heard a fumbling at the door latch and saw the paneled portal swing open again. SOUND    PAUSE, SOME GASPS AS THEY AWAIT SOME SOUND WHICH DOESN'T COME. EVERYONE    [chuckles] CHARLES    In the doorway stood a person of such singular appearance that I might have exclaimed aloud - but for the restraints of good breeding.  Old, white-bearded, and ragged, his height could not have been less than six feet, and despite a general air of age and poverty he was stout and powerful in proportion.  His face, almost hidden by a long beard which grew high on the cheeks, seemed abnormally ruddy and less wrinkled than one might expect; while over a high forehead fell a shock of white hair little thinned by the years.  His blue eyes, though a trifle bloodshot, seemed inexplicably keen and burning.  But for his horrible unkemptness the man would have been as distinguished-looking as he was impressive. WARREN    Unkemptness? HERBERT    I expect the word he should be using - but for the restraints of good breeding - is odoriferous? RICHARD    A-yuh. - the elderly... CHARLES    Yes, yes.   WARREN    Well, Charles, you're halfway to your goal - that alone very nearly brought up my dinner.  CHARLES     It wasn't just the house that suffered from... damp and mildew.  Shall we leave it at that?    5_old man speaks SOUND    RECORD PLAYER CHANGES AGAIN - TO MUSIC FOR FLASHBACK SOUND    CLOCK GETS LOUDER CHARLES    [fading into flashback] The appearance of this man, and the instinctive fear he inspired, prepared me for something like enmity; so that I almost shuddered through surprise and a sense of uncanny incongruity when he motioned me to a chair and addressed me in a thin, weak voice full of fawning respect and ingratiating hospitality. OLD GUY    Catched in the rain, be ye?  Glad ye was nigh the house an' had the sense t' come right in.  I calculate I was asleep, else I'd a heard ye - I ain't as young as I used to be, an' I need a powerful sight o' naps nowadays. WARREN    [breaking] He truly sounded like that?  That's quite an extreme form of archaic Yankee dialect.  I'd thought anything like that dead and gone long years back. HERBERT    There are strange holdouts in little pocket communities all over the back woods. CHARLES    I apologized for my rude entry into his domicile, and-- OLD GUY    Travelling far?  I hain't seen many folks 'long this road since they took off the Arkham stage. CHARLES    I replied that I was going to Arkham, whereupon he continued. OLD GUY    Glad t' see ye, young Sir - new faces is scarce around here, an' I hain't got much t' cheer me up these days. Guess you hail from Boston, don't ye? I never been there, but I can tell a town man when I see 'im - we had one for district schoolmaster in 'eighty-four, but he quit sudden an' no one never heared on 'im since - CHARLES    Here the old man lapsed into a kind of chuckle, and made no explanation when I questioned him.  For some time he rambled on, when it struck me to ask him how he came by so rare a book as Pigafetta's "Regnum Congo." OLD GUY    Oh, that Afriky book? Cap'n Ebenezer Holt traded me that in 'sixty-eight - him as was killed in the war. CHARLES    Now, Ebenezer Holt was a name I had encountered in my genealogical work, but not in any record since the Revolution. I speculated that my host could help me in the task at which I was laboring. OLD GUY    Ebenezer was on a Salem merchantman for years, an' picked up a sight o' queer stuff in every port. He got this in London, I guess - he used to like to buy things at the shops. I was up t' his house once, on the hill, trading horses, when I see this book. I relished the pictures, so he give it in on a swap. 'Tis a queer book - here, leave me get on my spectacles- HERBERT    Spectacles.  Quite terrifying.  A smelly old man in cheaters.  Funny I somehow recall you promising a tale that would set all our hair on end. WARREN    I, for one, am fascinated.  Your recall of his accent is quite impressive.  Is he, do you know - despite being as old as you describe - is he still among the living? CHARLES    I am quite certain of the contrary. WARREN    Pity.  6_more drinks RICHARD    More drinks? CHARLES    Perhaps one more round.  And yes, I am about to get to the meat of the matter, so to speak, if you can hold on for a bit longer, Herbert. HERBERT    Very well.  Patience is a virtue more useful to scientists than many.  I'm putting on my listening face. CHARLES    Good.  The old man donned his glasses, then reached for the volume on the table and turned the pages lovingly. OLD GUY    Ebenezer could read a little o' this - 'tis Latin - but I can't.  I had two or three schoolmasters read me a bit, and Parson Clark, him they say got drownded in the pond - can you make anything out on it? CHARLES     I told him that I could, and translated for his benefit a paragraph near the beginning. If I erred, he was not scholar enough to correct me; for he seemed childishly pleased at my English version. His proximity was becoming rather obnoxious-- HERBERT    Simple hygiene was one of the most important scientific and medical discoveries of the-- CHARLES    [overriding] --yet I saw no way to escape without offending him. I was amused at the childish fondness of this ignorant old man for the pictures in a book he could not read, and wondered how much better he could read the few books in English which adorned the room. This revelation of simplicity removed much of the ill-defined apprehension I had felt, and I smiled as my host rambled on: OLD GUY    Queer how pictures kin set a body thinkin'. Take this one here near the front.  Have you ever seen trees like that, with big leaves a floppin' over an' down?  Some o' these here critters looks like monkeys, or half monkeys an' half men, but I never heared o' nothin' like this un. CHARLES    Here he pointed to a fabulous creature of the artist, which one might describe as a sort of dragon with the head of an alligator. RICHARD    I've seen things like that myself in mediaeval and renaissance art.  To my recollection Bosch painted some, and there's at least one or two in the woodcuts of Breughel. OLD GUY    But now I'll show ye the best un - over here nigh the middle - [getting excited]  What d'ye think o' this - ain't never seen the like hereabouts, eh? When I see this I telled Eb Holt, 'That's somethin' to stir ye up an' make your blood tickle.' RICHARD    Was this still the cut of the lizard man thing? CHARLES    No, [heavy import] he'd just let the book fall open where it would-- OLD GUY    When I read in Scripture about slayin' - like them Midianites was slew - I kinder think things, but I ain't got no picture of it.  Here a body can see all they is to it - I s'pose 'tis sinful, but ain't we all born an' livin' in sin? WARREN    Ahhh - the same picture that put the chills up you? CHARLES    Well, he obviously didn't feel the same way about it-- OLD GUY    That feller bein' chopped up gives me a tickle every time I look at 'im - I have to keep lookin' at 'im - see where the butcher cut off his feet?  There's his head on that bench, with one arm side of it, an' t' other arm's on the other side o' the meat block. CHARLES    As the man mumbled on in his shocking ecstasy the expression on his hairy, spectacled face became indescribable, but his voice sank rather than mounted.  He was almost whispering now, with a huskiness more terrible than a scream. OLD GUY    As I says, 'tis queer how pictures sets ye thinkin'. Do ye know, young Sir, I'm right sot on this one here. After I got the book off Eb I used to look at it a lot, especial when I'd heared Parson Clark rant o' Sundays in his big wig. WARREN    [realizing what the word is] Oh, "Parson"! RICHARD    Oh!  I thought that was his name! WARREN    No, it was the reference to the wig that-- CHARLES    Tell him later.  WARREN    I'll never remember-- CHARLES    Perhaps you should keep some note cards. OLD GUY    Once I tried somethin' funny - here, young Sir, don't get skeert [scared] - all I done was to look at the picture afore I killed the sheep for market - killin' sheep was kind of more fun after lookin' at it - CHARLES    The tone of the old man now sank very low, sometimes becoming so faint that his words were hardly audible. 7_killing sheep SOUND    THE RECORD CHANGES, BECOMES MORE SINISTER SOUNDING CHARLES    I listened to the rain, and to the rattling of the bleared, small-paned windows, and marked a rumbling of approaching thunder quite unusual for the season. OLD MAN    Killin' sheep was kind of more fun - but d'ye know, 't wasn't quite satisfyin'. Queer how a cravin' gets a hold of ye - As ye love the Almighty, young man, don't tell nobody, but I swear to God that picture begun to make me hungry for victuals I couldn't raise nor buy - here, set still, what's ailin' ye? - I didn't do nothin', only I wondered how 't would be if I did - They say meat makes blood an' flesh, an' gives ye new life, so I wondered if 't wouldn't make a man live longer an' longer if 't was more o' the same - CHARLES    But the whisperer never continued. The interruption was not produced by my fright, nor by the rapidly increasing storm. It was produced by a very simple, though somewhat unusual, happening. CHARLES    The open book lay flat between us, with the picture staring repulsively upward. As the old man whispered the words-- OLD GUY    more o' the same CHARLES     --a tiny splattering impact was heard, and something showed on the yellowed paper of the upturned volume. SOUND    THUNDER SHAKES THE HOUSE CHARLES    Oh, heavens! RICHARD    That's why Edward is absent, is it?  I know he's quite the fellow for phobias and superstitions - maybe he has to stay in to avoid the lightning? HERBERT    No - storms have never been on his list - not that he's ever told me.  Anything underground, foreigners, the fair sex, getting lost, and cold drafts - those he will go on and on about avoiding, but never storms.  WARREN    Not that I've heard, either.  But I can add illness, the clear night sky, and heredity to things which make him uneasy. CHARLES    [heavy sigh] I'm almost finished, then you three can gossip on like old biddies all you want.  [storytelling] The drip.  I thought of the rain and of a leaky roof, but rain is not red.  On the butcher's shop of the Anzique cannibals, a small red spattering glistened picturesquely, lending vividness to the horror of the engraving.   SOUND    SQUEAK OF LEATHER CHAIR, AS HE SITS FORWARD CHARLES    The old man saw it, and stopped whispering even before my expression of horror made it necessary; saw it and glanced quickly toward the floor of the room he had left an hour before. I followed his glance, and beheld just above us on the loose plaster of the ancient ceiling a large irregular spot of wet crimson which seemed to spread even as I viewed it. For a moment I couldn't even move, Then a thunderclap broke me out of my hypnotic stare and I realized just what a fix I was in. RICHARD    How did you manage to get away? CHARLES    Oh, so now I have your attention.  Well, it was simple really - I told the authorities later that lightning had struck the house, and I barely escaped with my life, but really-- HERBERT    Lightning?  Ridiculous.  Not that it wouldn't strike a house, but-- CHARLES    BUT - What happened was, I tipped over his lamp, sending burning oil everywhere.  Then I dashed past and out the building, while the old man screamed and wailed behind me. WARREN    Angry at you, was he? CHARLES    [very dry] Well he was on fire.  RICHARD    And the blood? CHARLES    For all that, I wasn't curious enough to go back and look.  Even left my bicycle behind, and had to go shanks mare [on foot] - and through the tail end of the storm, mind you. WARREN    Well, that was an interesting-- 8_windigo CHARLES     Hold on, now.  That's mostly the end of the story, but that crazy old man set me t'thinking ... [trails off] RICHARD    [mildly curious] Yes? CHARLES    Well, I recalled pretty clearly the names he'd mentioned as people he knew back in the day, and when I looked them up in historical records - a couple of them being rather famous, at least locally - and they'd all been dead for at least 50 years. WARREN    He must have been telling you something told him by his father or grandfather - older folks, particularly those in isolated country settings, are often a bit delusional. RICHARD    How old do you think he was? CHARLES    He looked to be about 70, allowing for wind and weather and poverty-- RICHARD    And unkemptness-- WARREN    Yes, yes... CHARLES    --but he was also hale and hearty and strong and .... plump. RICHARD    But you can't think that-- CHARLES    So I started to look into the whole theory.  It was really those last words-- OLD GUY    [echoey] More o'the same... CHARLES     --that made me wonder.  So I find out there's an old Indian myth from a ways up north-- WARREN    The Wendigo?  But that's strictly a cautionary tale.  Ethnologists agree on that. HERBERT    The windy-what? WARREN    May I? CHARLES    [sigh] Certainly. WARREN    [lecturing] The Wendigo, also known as the Windeego, the windikkuk, or the whittikow, is a myth from the various Ojibwa-speaking Indian nations of Canada.  We assume it is a cautionary myth about the evils and perils of resorting to cannibalism during times of famine, particularly during the frozen winter months, which is why the wendigo is inextricably linked with cold and snow. HERBERT    Lovely.  But like scholars everywhere, you left out the best part - what precisely is the myth? WARREN    Oh!  [chuckles]  True, the background is often closer to the academic's heart-- RICHARD    I know the story.  And I won't bore Herbert with the ethnological derivations. WARREN    Go on, then. RICHARD    [spooky]  It is said that the windigo is the spirit of winter, howling always just outside the camps of the people, calling to them to break the taboos and let it in.  For when a man eats the flesh of another man, the spirit of the wendigo can enter him, and turn him into a ravening monster - never satisfied with lesser flesh ever again.  For the wendigo is hunger, endless hunger, and the more it eats, the greater its hunger grows.  So if you're ever in a snowstorm and see a man-like shape, thin and gaunt, and missing the tips of its fingers and its lips - for if it can't find other prey, it will devour its own extremities - you'd best run.  Fast. SOUND    [silent moment, then] LIGHT GOLF CLAP CHARLES     Nicely told.  RICHARD    I really could have used a thunderclap there somewhere.  How do you get so lucky? HERBERT    But your old man, who seems to have indulged himself in cannibalism - or at least, that appeared to be the point of your tale, was ruddy and healthy and stout.  Hmm.  Sounds more like Stoker's description of Count Dracula after a good biting. CHARLES    Interesting point.  I must admit I hadn't made that connection.  I suppose it's not that far a leap from drinking someone's blood to eating their flesh. HERBERT    Wine and wafers. WARREN    No!  I am not going to waste time indulging you in another anti-religious diatribe, Herbert.  We all know where you stand on that. CHARLES    Let's get back to my yarn. RICHARD    There's more?  I thought you'd quite finished? CHARLES    Just a bit to go yet.  There is another myth of the windigo, by the by, though it may be merely a literary creation of Algernon Blackwood.  He wrote of a windigo unrelated to the eating of human flesh-- HERBERT    Anthropophagy. CHARLES    Eh? HERBERT    Sorry.  Anthropophagy is the eating of human flesh.  Cannibalism is the eating of human flesh by a fellow human.  There's quite a difference. 9_blackwood CHARLES    [sigh] Blackwood wrote of the windigo as a huge lonely entity living in the north woods, which calls the names of hunters in the night to lure them away from their campfires.  And one sight of it could drive a man mad. WARREN    Blackwood probably did a bit of bowdlerizing on the original myth - he heard a good story and felt that the cannibalism angle would make it less worthy of publication.  HERBERT    Yes.  Edward has often spoken of his difficulties in getting some of his more gruesome tales into print.  Surprising how old-maid-ish some of these vaunted editors can be. RICHARD    He's not the only one.  Why some of my paintings have been shunned and I've had to remove them from view for fear of having them burned! HERBERT    It makes you wonder what people fear more, the mere act of being shown the horrible, or the person who shows it to them. CHARLES    Enough digression.  As I said, the old man made me wonder.  Made me curious what other tales there were of cannibalism.  After what I discovered, about various religious and cultural activities from around the world, I felt certain the windigo tale wasn't to be taken literally, but as a cautionary tale, created to warn people off from antisocial behavior-- RICHARD    Like Struwwelpeter?  You know, the children's book that warns good little children not to suck their thumbs or the scissor man will come and lop them off? CHARLES    Essentially.  In fact that's a very good example - teaching through use of extreme grotesquerie.  You can't say to a child "leave off sucking that thumb or you'll have pruney thumb in the morning", they just won't take it very seriously, so we invent extremes.  Go off the path and grandma will get eaten by a wolf.  Eat another person and you will turn into a ravening monster. HERBERT    I seem to remember struwwelpeter - it had some horrific illustrations, didn't it?  Particularly for children. CHARLES    I realize I can't possibly hold your interest much longer, but there is a bit more, if you will pay me the courtesy--  [beat] Right.  Well I found that in most cultures - disregarding the various incidents of cannibalism for survival, such as during wars and famines-- A1_medusa WARREN    Like the sinking of the Medusa? CHARLES    What? WARREN    Sorry.  Nothing.  Pray continue. CHARLES    Disregarding eating for survival, there was a pervasive belief that eating parts of one's conquered enemies - human or otherwise - would grant the eater some of the strength of the fallen one.  Many hunters ate the hearts of their prey for this very reason.  Hearts being the seat of bravery in many ancient cultures. RICHARD    The seat of bravery or romantic attachment - how sad it is now relegated to merely the centerpiece for the circulatory system. CHARLES    So they would devour other humans for their strength. Now putting this together with the old man's tale, and his necessary age, if indeed he'd met half the people he mentioned in passing-- HERBERT    And devoured them. CHARLES    Eh? HERBERT    I was thinking back on your tale - if you repeated his words and intonations correctly, and always assuming your cannibalism slant is the true one - then he probably et most of the people he referred to - like "him as they say drowned in the pond". CHARLES    Hmm... [unconvincing] Never really thought much on it. WARREN    Of course you did.  Now you have me interested again. CHARLES    Well, assuming he must have been a couple decades past a hundred when we spoke - at least - then the eating of human flesh had to have had the restorative properties he claimed it did.  Gaining strength from the fallen.  O'course there was always still the threat of the windigo, but I had ruled that out after all the extensive tales of cannibalism due to need in other quarters of the globe, and none of those folks gone crazy, running around eating their own lips. WARREN    [Muttered] The crew of the Medusa went mad. CHARLES    You're not going to let it go, are you?  Fine.  Tell us about the Medusa, but be quick, would you? WARREN    The medusa was a sailing ship heading for the cape of good hope which through poor management was run aground on a sand bar.  Everyone abandoned ship, and the sailors were lost on a raft for weeks.  By the time they were found, they'd resorted to cannibalism and gone mad, not necessarily in that order. RICHARD    I recall the painting in the Louvre - it's massive.  The pathos.  It seemed to imply they were within sight of land the entire time. WARREN    Well, paintings.  They're really more interested in the tragic story than the facts. CHARLES    And they went mad, eh? WARREN    Yes.  You see how it is more universal than you think? CHARLES    They went mad after eating each other. WARREN    Yes. CHARLES    --and being out on the open ocean, possibly within sight of land, for weeks, with no fresh water, in the blistering heat somewhere near the cape of good hope had nothing to do with it. HERBERT    And they started out French. WARREN    Well, when you put it that way-- A2_wrap up CHARLES    [snort] Well, as a final touch to my collection of cannibalistic stories, I did find one rather interesting description of human flesh - the taste and texture of it - written by a connoisseur who had tried some, that said it was much like a good veal - not so tough as beef, nor stringy. RICHARD    I expect that if your cook got ahold of some, it would taste just as good as the veal tonight. CHARLES    Yes.  [with import]  Very likely. HERBERT    Did the description say there was any way to tell the difference? CHARLES    Not if it was cut and prepared right.  Oh, if you found a finger in your stew, you would probably suspect something, but a chop is a chop.  And a roast is a roast. WARREN    [gulp] Where did Edward say he was tonight? CHARLES    He didn't.  You going mad yet?  HERBERT    [interested, not freaked]  You mean, you tricked us into--? WARREN    [trying not to vomit]  Edward!  But he was -- your-- our friend! CHARLES    Still is.  He'll be with us always. RICHARD    [horrified and fascinated]  How did you - do it? CHARLES    Well, I wouldn't let him suffer, would I?  After all, he was a friend. WARREN    I can't -- SOUND    GETTING UP FROM CHAIR, RAPID FOOTSTEPS SOUND    DOOR OPENS. FEET STOP SHORT. EDWARD    [laughing] The look on your face!  WARREN    [long painful gasp] Edward! EDWARD    I never knew you cared. WARREN    [faints] ahh! SOUND    BODY DROP HERBERT    These academics.  Not enough exercise, too much theory. RICHARD    So the cutlet? CHARLES    Veal, o'course, you ninnies.  I only promised you a story to make your gorge rise and your hair stand on end.  Besides.  Martha'd'a never put up with me pulling a stunt like that in her kitchen. END  

Bronx Beat
Episode 317: The 2022 Bullpen

Bronx Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 41:10


EJ, Andy and Paul discuss the 2022 Yankee bullpen.

The Yankee Chambers
The Yankee Chambers Episode 24: We are back!!!

The Yankee Chambers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 48:19


After a long hiatus, we have returned for another year. Joey and Matt talk about the current state of the Yankees as well as the plan they have for free agency.

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives
Awanadjo Almanack 12/31/21: “Everything Moves in Circles”

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 7:54


Producer/Host: Rob McCall Production Assistance: Rebecca McCall About the host, Rob McCall: Born in the Black Hills of South Dakota, grew up in Oregon and Illinois. Father was a Scots-Irish preacher, mother a Yankee Congregationalist tracing her ancestry back to the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Father taught him about Scripture, mother taught him about Nature. Bachelor of arts in philosophy, bachelor of divinity in American religious history, graduate studies in education, doctor of ministry in congregational studies, certified in elementary education, tree fruits and entomology. Worked as an elementary school teacher, tree and landscape contractor, church sexton, orchard manager, chimney sweep, ambulance driver, musician. Began second career as a preacher at age 40. Served as minister of the First Congregational Church of Blue Hill, Maine 1986 – 2014. He is currently chaplain of the Brooklin Fire Department. Since 1992 has published the weekly Awanadjo Almanack which is broadcast to midcoast Maine and on the web at WERU-FM and appears in a number of publications. His writing has also appeared in Yankee, Down East, Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Island Journal and elsewhere. His first book, Small Misty Mountain, was published in 2006 by Pushcart Press and distributed by W.W. Norton. Publisher's Weekly called it “by turns inspiring and infuriating.” His second book, Great Speckled Bird, followed in 2012. His third book, Some Glad Morning, was released in October 2020. Passions include wild plants and animals, and traditional fiddle tunes. Married for 53 years to Rebecca Haley, artist and singer. Father of two, grandfather of two. The post Awanadjo Almanack 12/31/21: “Everything Moves in Circles” first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.

Awanadjo Almanack
Awanadjo Almanack 12/31/21: “Everything Moves in Circles”

Awanadjo Almanack

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 7:54


Producer/Host: Rob McCall Production Assistance: Rebecca McCall About the host, Rob McCall: Born in the Black Hills of South Dakota, grew up in Oregon and Illinois. Father was a Scots-Irish preacher, mother a Yankee Congregationalist tracing her ancestry back to the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Father taught him about Scripture, mother taught him about Nature. Bachelor of arts in philosophy, bachelor of divinity in American religious history, graduate studies in education, doctor of ministry in congregational studies, certified in elementary education, tree fruits and entomology. Worked as an elementary school teacher, tree and landscape contractor, church sexton, orchard manager, chimney sweep, ambulance driver, musician. Began second career as a preacher at age 40. Served as minister of the First Congregational Church of Blue Hill, Maine 1986 – 2014. He is currently chaplain of the Brooklin Fire Department. Since 1992 has published the weekly Awanadjo Almanack which is broadcast to midcoast Maine and on the web at WERU-FM and appears in a number of publications. His writing has also appeared in Yankee, Down East, Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Island Journal and elsewhere. His first book, Small Misty Mountain, was published in 2006 by Pushcart Press and distributed by W.W. Norton. Publisher's Weekly called it “by turns inspiring and infuriating.” His second book, Great Speckled Bird, followed in 2012. His third book, Some Glad Morning, was released in October 2020. Passions include wild plants and animals, and traditional fiddle tunes. Married for 53 years to Rebecca Haley, artist and singer. Father of two, grandfather of two. The post Awanadjo Almanack 12/31/21: “Everything Moves in Circles” first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives
Awanadjo Almanack 12/24/21: “Little Acorns”

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 7:32


Producer/Host: Rob McCall Production Assistance: Rebecca McCall About the host, Rob McCall: Born in the Black Hills of South Dakota, grew up in Oregon and Illinois. Father was a Scots-Irish preacher, mother a Yankee Congregationalist tracing her ancestry back to the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Father taught him about Scripture, mother taught him about Nature. Bachelor of arts in philosophy, bachelor of divinity in American religious history, graduate studies in education, doctor of ministry in congregational studies, certified in elementary education, tree fruits and entomology. Worked as an elementary school teacher, tree and landscape contractor, church sexton, orchard manager, chimney sweep, ambulance driver, musician. Began second career as a preacher at age 40. Served as minister of the First Congregational Church of Blue Hill, Maine 1986 – 2014. He is currently chaplain of the Brooklin Fire Department. Since 1992 has published the weekly Awanadjo Almanack which is broadcast to midcoast Maine and on the web at WERU-FM and appears in a number of publications. His writing has also appeared in Yankee, Down East, Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Island Journal and elsewhere. His first book, Small Misty Mountain, was published in 2006 by Pushcart Press and distributed by W.W. Norton. Publisher's Weekly called it “by turns inspiring and infuriating.” His second book, Great Speckled Bird, followed in 2012. His third book, Some Glad Morning, was released in October 2020. Passions include wild plants and animals, and traditional fiddle tunes. Married for 53 years to Rebecca Haley, artist and singer. Father of two, grandfather of two. The post Awanadjo Almanack 12/24/21: “Little Acorns” first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.

Awanadjo Almanack
Awanadjo Almanack 12/24/21: “Little Acorns”

Awanadjo Almanack

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 7:32


Producer/Host: Rob McCall Production Assistance: Rebecca McCall About the host, Rob McCall: Born in the Black Hills of South Dakota, grew up in Oregon and Illinois. Father was a Scots-Irish preacher, mother a Yankee Congregationalist tracing her ancestry back to the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Father taught him about Scripture, mother taught him about Nature. Bachelor of arts in philosophy, bachelor of divinity in American religious history, graduate studies in education, doctor of ministry in congregational studies, certified in elementary education, tree fruits and entomology. Worked as an elementary school teacher, tree and landscape contractor, church sexton, orchard manager, chimney sweep, ambulance driver, musician. Began second career as a preacher at age 40. Served as minister of the First Congregational Church of Blue Hill, Maine 1986 – 2014. He is currently chaplain of the Brooklin Fire Department. Since 1992 has published the weekly Awanadjo Almanack which is broadcast to midcoast Maine and on the web at WERU-FM and appears in a number of publications. His writing has also appeared in Yankee, Down East, Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Island Journal and elsewhere. His first book, Small Misty Mountain, was published in 2006 by Pushcart Press and distributed by W.W. Norton. Publisher's Weekly called it “by turns inspiring and infuriating.” His second book, Great Speckled Bird, followed in 2012. His third book, Some Glad Morning, was released in October 2020. Passions include wild plants and animals, and traditional fiddle tunes. Married for 53 years to Rebecca Haley, artist and singer. Father of two, grandfather of two. The post Awanadjo Almanack 12/24/21: “Little Acorns” first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.

Locked On Yankees - Daily Podcast On The New York Yankees
Yankee Stadium Memories with Vince Mastracco!

Locked On Yankees - Daily Podcast On The New York Yankees

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 48:15


On today's episode of Locked On Yankees, it's a special Christmas Eve episode with our guest Vince Mastracco, who is cohost Abbey Mastracco's dad! Vince was a Yankee fan as a kid and tells the story of attending his first game at Yankee Stadium back in 1961. That was a pretty cool year. He also tells a funny story about the 1964 Mets, Cooperstown, and stolen caps. Plus Abbey and Stacey discuss their first Yankee Stadium memories and the trio talk about how baseball is the one sport designed for nostalgia and memories, more so than the other main American sports. 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 AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Yankees - Daily Podcast On The New York Yankees

On today's episode of Locked On Yankees, It's the Festivus episode and Stacey and Abbey discuss the 2021 Yankees by airing some grievances, talking about feats of strength, and revealing Festivus miracles! The grievances are many, the feats of strength are from a couple of guys you know and the Festivus miracles also involve those two same guys. 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 AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Upon Further Review with Brian Brennan
BONUS HOLIDAY EXTRAVAGANZA: COVID, NYCFC wins MLS Cup, MLB moves, NFL, No Way Home, & More!

Upon Further Review with Brian Brennan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 110:51


On todays BONUS HOLIDAY EPISODE of UFRWBB, Brian talks about COVID and it's impact on the sports word in general, before talking about how it's affecting his Knicks (9:11). Can the Knicks turn things around? Brian then recaps NYCFC winning New York's first championship since February 2012 (45:51). What will the legacy of this title be in New York City? We then talk about MLB moves (1:08:17) such as Buck Showalter being hired by the Mets, potential Yankee moves, and the lockout. Brian then takes a look at NFL Week 15 (1:18:44) which is not yet over at the time of this recording! To close out the episode Brian gives a SPOILER HEAVY review (1:40:44-1:49:02) of “Spider Man: No Way Home”. Enjoy and Happy Holidays!

Packer And Durham
Hour 1: Covid cases on the rise

Packer And Durham

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 53:01


FSU & Syracuse men's basketball, and Miami women's basketball are all currently on pause due to rise in covid cases. Plus we look at the impressive record Coach K has amassed in his long career as Duke now only has ACC games remaining on its schedule. Plus Virginia & Virginia Tech both playing their bowl games in baseball stadiums.. We look ahead to SMU/Virginia in the Fenway bowl & Maryland/Virginia Tech at Yankee stadium.

WLIE 540 AM SPORTSTALKNY

Jim Leyritz enjoyed an 11-year Major League Baseball career, He played for the New York Yankees, Anaheim Angels, Texas Rangers, Boston Red Sox, San Diego Padres, and Los Angeles Dodgers. His playing days were highlighted by a pair of memorable postseason home runs he hit with the Yankees in 1995 and 1996 in comeback wins.His most iconic of the 2 occurred in Game 4 of the 1996 World Series against the Atlanta Braves at Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium. In the series, the Yankees trailed the Braves two games to one, and in Game 4, the Yankees trailed, 6–0, after five innings. The Yankees rallied for three runs in the 6th inning, setting the stage for his at bat in the 8th inning. Facing Atlanta closer Mark Wohlers with one out and two runners on base, He hit a three-run home run to left field to tie the game and cap the improbable Yankee comeback. Having played for Buck Showalter on the 1986 Oneonta Yankees, the 1987 Fort Lauderdale Yankees, the 1989 Albany-Colonie Yankees, the 1992, 1993, 1994, and 1995 New York Yankees. who better to get insight about the Mets new manager than JIm. Tune in each week on streaming on the 365sportscast.com network or on www.sportstalknylive.com as well as facebook live at 6pm Sundays for the live broadcast, also on the 365sportscast iPhone, Android and Alexa apps

Hound PodCast: Double U Hunting Supply
EP 98: Gone to the Dogs with Keith Durkee

Hound PodCast: Double U Hunting Supply

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 87:34


Steve has spent at least four Decembers at the White River Refuge hunting camp with the featured guest of this episode.  The two hunting buddies take a break from the camp's routine of eating, sleeping, hunting, and yarn-stretching to record an episode chronicling the life of one of coon hunting's most unique figures, retired Army veteran Keith Durkee.  As the resident Yankee in a camp full of southern rednecks, Durkee gives as much as he takes when the North vs. South ribbing starts.  Keith has coon hunted all across the nation and is a veteran competition hunter.  He won the prestigious AKC World Championship with a Treeing Walker hound of his own breeding.  The depth of his hound knowledge is legion and his insight into the way the competition game works is educational.  You'll enjoy the story that begins on an island off the coast of Maine, moves to the Pacific northwest and settles in the piney woods of central Alabama.You'll learn what a “yad” is and come away with the feeling that interpreting the English language may not always be as easy as it seems.  With the December Arkansas sun peeping through the bunkhouse window, Durkee and Fielder get down to the nitty-gritty of why they follow the hounds of the night, and will put a craving on the listener to put it all into motion when the sun goes down.        

Bronx Beat
Episode 316: The Bench

Bronx Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 59:09


EJ and Andy discuss the recent Yankee minor league signings, rumors of Luke Voit and the Brewers, and what they should do about the major league bench.

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives
Awanadjo Almanack 12/17/21: “Wreaths and Trees”

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 8:26


Producer/Host: Rob McCall Production Assistance: Rebecca McCall About the host, Rob McCall: Born in the Black Hills of South Dakota, grew up in Oregon and Illinois. Father was a Scots-Irish preacher, mother a Yankee Congregationalist tracing her ancestry back to the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Father taught him about Scripture, mother taught him about Nature. Bachelor of arts in philosophy, bachelor of divinity in American religious history, graduate studies in education, doctor of ministry in congregational studies, certified in elementary education, tree fruits and entomology. Worked as an elementary school teacher, tree and landscape contractor, church sexton, orchard manager, chimney sweep, ambulance driver, musician. Began second career as a preacher at age 40. Served as minister of the First Congregational Church of Blue Hill, Maine 1986 – 2014. He is currently chaplain of the Brooklin Fire Department. Since 1992 has published the weekly Awanadjo Almanack which is broadcast to midcoast Maine and on the web at WERU-FM and appears in a number of publications. His writing has also appeared in Yankee, Down East, Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Island Journal and elsewhere. His first book, Small Misty Mountain, was published in 2006 by Pushcart Press and distributed by W.W. Norton. Publisher's Weekly called it “by turns inspiring and infuriating.” His second book, Great Speckled Bird, followed in 2012. His third book, Some Glad Morning, was released in October 2020. Passions include wild plants and animals, and traditional fiddle tunes. Married for 53 years to Rebecca Haley, artist and singer. Father of two, grandfather of two. The post Awanadjo Almanack 12/17/21: “Wreaths and Trees” first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.

Knights at the Round Table
Interview with Yankee Bat Boy Luis G "SqueeGee"

Knights at the Round Table

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 75:11


In this special episode, Patrick is joined by the most famous batboy in the history of Major League Baseball, Luis G “SqueeGee”, former batboy for the New York Yankees. As a teenager, he was the Yankees' bat boy during their most recent dynasty, from 1998 to 2005, spanning three World Series Championships and two other World Series appearances. This is an episode you don't want to miss! Press play now!

LIVE From the Beach Bungalow
Best Things to Do When Hungover

LIVE From the Beach Bungalow

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 42:29


Grab your crappy Yankee swap gift and prepare to be stuck with it because there's no swapping on an all new LIVE! What are the best things to do when you have a hangover? The boiz do puke talk for the first time and it's not as disgusting as Nate's eating habits. Plus, Nate blows his kid's first Christmas present. Matt hears a bird. Pat does a whole Cereal & Circumstance bit. We're just killing time here but it all happens LIVE!

Locked On Yankees - Daily Podcast On The New York Yankees
The Yankees should extend the newly married Aaron Judge

Locked On Yankees - Daily Podcast On The New York Yankees

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 39:27


On today's episode of Locked on Yankees, Abbey and Stacey discuss Aaron Judge! Judge got married this weekend in Hawaii in front of a lot of Yankee teammates and Ken Davidoff of the New York Post thinks the Yankees should marry themselves to Judge i.e. sign him to an extension. Abbey and Stacey discuss this no-brainer. Plus, two guys with ties to the Yankees—Joe Espada and Buck Showalter—are among the finalists for the Mets' managerial job and Mark Teixeira had some things to say about that. Abbey and Stacey talk about the merits of each candidate and who they think the Mets could pick. ' 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 AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Short Porch
Episode 305 - INTERVIEW: Clint Frazier Opens Up About His Yankee Years And Departure

The Short Porch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 118:56


In this special episode of The Short Porch, Clint Frazier joins us for his first ever podcast appearance since being released by the Yankees and signing with the Chicago Cubs. He shares with us his side of the story regarding his battles on and off the field, as well as his relationship with guys like Cashman, Judge, Gardy, and more. He also talks about the infamous interaction he had with Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively back in April. We discuss his move to Chicago and what are some of the biggest factors that led him to sign there. We also learn about his feud with baseball writer, Randy Miller, and how insane it is to deal with the New York media as a member of the Yankees. And at long last, we FINALLY learn the origin of the four-finger celebration that was done by the Yankee players. Huge thanks to Clint for hopping on with us, we wish him the best as he gets a fresh start on a different ballclub. Outro song: "Our Adventure" (via APM Music Library)

Locked On Yankees - Daily Podcast On The New York Yankees
Ex-Yankee reliever Jeff Nelson enters the Clint Frazier fray

Locked On Yankees - Daily Podcast On The New York Yankees

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 42:03


On today's episode of Locked On Yankees, Abbey and Stacey discuss Jeff Nelson's words to Clint Frazier on Twitter, the possibility of Buck Showalter becoming Mets manager, and is Carlos Beltran heading back to the Yankees? Plus a NY radio host gets fooled by a Twitter parody account. Jeff Nelson decided to tell Clint Frazier what he thought of Frazier's goodbye to NY fans. Stacey and Abbey discuss the brouhaha. Buck Showalter interviewed for the Mets' managerial job, Abbey discusses how the Mets are in need for someone like Buck while the Yankees are not. Also, Carlos Beltran could be headed back to the Yankees. Is this a good thing? And finally, an NYC radio host is fooled by a parody Twitter account. Both Abbey and Stacey find this amusing but Abbey also thinks the people behind those accounts should get a life. Shakeia Taylor's article: https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/marcus-stroman-wears-a-durag-every-game-he-starts-which-one-does-he-pitch-best-in/ 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 AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives
Awanadjo Almanack 12/10/21: “political williwags”

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 7:45


Producer/Host: Rob McCall Production Assistance: Rebecca McCall About the host, Rob McCall: Born in the Black Hills of South Dakota, grew up in Oregon and Illinois. Father was a Scots-Irish preacher, mother a Yankee Congregationalist tracing her ancestry back to the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Father taught him about Scripture, mother taught him about Nature. Bachelor of arts in philosophy, bachelor of divinity in American religious history, graduate studies in education, doctor of ministry in congregational studies, certified in elementary education, tree fruits and entomology. Worked as an elementary school teacher, tree and landscape contractor, church sexton, orchard manager, chimney sweep, ambulance driver, musician. Began second career as a preacher at age 40. Served as minister of the First Congregational Church of Blue Hill, Maine 1986 – 2014. He is currently chaplain of the Brooklin Fire Department. Since 1992 has published the weekly Awanadjo Almanack which is broadcast to midcoast Maine and on the web at WERU-FM and appears in a number of publications. His writing has also appeared in Yankee, Down East, Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Island Journal and elsewhere. His first book, Small Misty Mountain, was published in 2006 by Pushcart Press and distributed by W.W. Norton. Publisher's Weekly called it “by turns inspiring and infuriating.” His second book, Great Speckled Bird, followed in 2012. His third book, Some Glad Morning, was released in October 2020. Passions include wild plants and animals, and traditional fiddle tunes. Married for 53 years to Rebecca Haley, artist and singer. Father of two, grandfather of two. The post Awanadjo Almanack 12/10/21: “political williwags” first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.

Chubstep
#335: Yankee Step Christmas feat. Rosalee

Chubstep

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 47:35


If you're still looking for the perfect Christmas present this is the episode for you. Pat, Steed and Jrad are joined by astrology expert Rosalee to discuss the best gifts for every person out there based on their zodiac sign, birthday celebration after 25, how to deal with subscription gifts, men in pajamas, 1st class candles, a requirement for males in Boston. The guys continue with not seeing at concerts, weed solicitation in ‘B!7C# What', and how Steed's cult plans to stop parents from lying to their kids about Christmas

The Short Porch
Episode 304: Anthony Volpe/Minor League Hype With Eli Fishman

The Short Porch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 72:54


We had Yankees minor league aficionado Eli Fishman on the show straight from his dorm room. Eli breaks down all the hype the Yankees have going on in their farm system and how awesome Anthony Volpe truly is. He gives a great idea of what's to come with new hitting coach Dillon Lawson. We also get an idea of where Eli came from and why he needs to become the Brian Windhorst of Jasson Dominguez. Also Clint Frazier pissed some Yankee fans off with some tweets. All that and more on today's show. Outro song: "Energize Me" (via APM Music Library)

Boomer & Gio
Hiring Buck Just Makes Sense, A Winner's Wednesday Update, A Lineup Shuffle Pays Off, Shaq & Barkley Speak Up, Al Dukes Explains His Thinking, Eddie Love Free Wine, Clint Frazier Takes To Twitter, Hiring Former Players

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 41:02


Hour 1: Boomer & Gio ae in agreement that Buck Showalter is the man to manage the Mets and according to some reports both Max Scherzer & Steve Cohen share similar feeling about the veteran skipper, Jerry Recco had his plate full with four wins for the locals to update us on, Shaquille O'Neal & Charles Barkley were at it again, Al Dukes gets his feet held to the fire for electing not to attend the wedding of the show's makeup artist, Ali and her fiancé Sal, we learned why ‘the' Eddie Scozzare is always so quick to respond ‘yes' to a wedding invite, Clint Frazier responds to a troll and in the process ticks off some Yankee fans and is hiring a former star player to coach/manage your team a good idea??? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

All In With Kevin
Episode 69 - You Play To Win The Game

All In With Kevin

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 30:07


Kevin speaks about Detroit getting off the Schneid and breaking into the win column. He then speaks about the Ravens/Steelers game and the Ravens. controversial decision to go for 2 at the end of the game. He then speaks about the Jets defenseless effort and how poor the NFL product is overall. He closes out trying to be the voice of reason for Yankee fans.

The Short Porch
Episode 303: The Yankees Continue To Do Nothing While Every Free Agent Goes Off The Board And We're Supposed To Remain Calm?

The Short Porch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 70:31


It's only December 1st but there's already been a TON of action in the offseason and players are moving around fast. Apparently the Yankees didn't get the memo. With guys like Corey Seager, Max Scherzer, Javy Baez, and Starling Marte all heading to different squads next year, the Yankees are left with fewer and fewer options to improve the current roster. Carlos Correa seems highly unlikely given his price tag, leaving us with guys like Trevor Story and Andrelton Simmons as our options for a SS replacement, so that's great! We also discuss the Yankees' potential targets in the trade market like Matt Olson and Bryan Reynolds, since Hal refuses to spend any money on free agents. We also talk about Gary Sanchez getting tendered, while guys like Clint Frazier and Rougned Odor find new homes elsewhere. It's gotten to the point where we seriously need to consider boycotting this team and refusing to go to any games. Yankee fans need to start fighting back. To cap off the show, we take a bunch of your voicemails, sharing the anger and frustrations that you probably have with this joke of a franchise. Outro song: "Higher" (via APM Music Library)

Girl with the Solo Cup Podcast
Ep 87 - Por Mis Nalgas Muero

Girl with the Solo Cup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 26:02


Volví al gym por que esta más que claro que Por Mis Nalgas Muero! Mi experiencia volviendo hacer una clase solo de nalgas y piernas fue toda una odisea. Salí viva de milagro, después de ejercitarme contra una Yankee mamasota... termine vomitando en el baño. Pero no me quite por más que quise, le metí lindo y bello. Voy a empezar a hacer algo diferente con algunos episodios y empece con este, espero que se lo disfruten! ❤️Síguenos en las redes: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/girlwiththe... YouTube: https://youtu.be/xQHpO5jL2Sw   Twitter: https://twitter.com/grlwthesolocup​

MTMV Sports Podcast Network
The V Report: The Results of Turkey Day

MTMV Sports Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 54:04


In this episode the host Nora Natish talks about week 12 of the NFL, provides a Yankee update, and talks about the NBA.  Nora's "Spotlight of the Week" is Telka Howard. This episode is dedicated to Telka Howard which would have been her 67th birthday.  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
Craig Thinks Yankee Fans Need To Calm Down & Could Aaron Judge Be Headed To Queens?

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 55:09


Hour 1: Craig says Yankee fans need to relax, and Evan is already dreaming of the scenario of the Mets showing Aaron Judge that Steve Cohen money. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
Craig Texts Aaron Boone The Yankee Fans Wish List & Evan Is A Bad Friend

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 32:49


Hour 2: While Craig was texting Aaron Boone again, we found Evan is a really really bad friend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
We Want Freddie, Will Craig Take The L? & Brian Kelly's Exit From Notre Dame

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 59:38


Hour 4: Freddie Freeman's asking price is reportedly very reasonable, which made Yankee fans Craig and Big Mack more excited about the prospects of him joining their team, and Met fans Evan and Loogy for him getting out of the NL East. Craig got a story wrong, and Evan wanted him to take an L on it, but did he? More details from the Brian Kelly exit from South Bend.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
Craig Thinks Yankee Fans Need To Calm Down

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 12:49


It's a day after the Mets signed Max Scherzer and Craig could not believe the amount of crying he heard from Yankee fans on this station today.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
Caller Wants To Punch Evan, Craig Wonders If Degrom is Healthy & Marcus Stroman's Recent Activity On Twitter

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 56:36


Hour 2: Evan's giddiness was annoying Yankee fans today. Craig wants answers about Jacob deGrom's health. Craig thinks Marcus Stroman's recent actions on Twitter ruined his chances of returning to the Mets.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
Evan Bought Wings, John Mara Gets Booed & Craig's Breaking Yankee News

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 38:35


Hour 4: The Jets won, which means Evan buys wings, but did Craig like the one's he got? John Mara did not speak at Michael Strahan's jersey retirement ceremony, but he still got booed. And Craig had some breaking news concerning the Yankees. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

All In With Kevin
Episode 68 - MLB Hot Stove

All In With Kevin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 25:03


Kevin talks about the free agency signings and trade rumors. He also speaks about Wander Franco and the unfair nature of baseball's arbitration system. He closes by telling Yankee fans to R-E-L-A-X.

The Just Baseball Show
105 | Peter and His Dad Talk Yankees and Advanced Stats

The Just Baseball Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 53:42


Happy Thanksgiving! In the spirit of bringing families together, Peter's Dad, Irwin Appel, joins the show to talk baseball. Both being die-hard Yankee fans, they argue over how the team should look moving forward while also touching on advanced vs. traditional stats. Peter's Dad is a four-time fantasy baseball champion, so he gets his chance to brag to his "baseball insider" son, who he routinely beats at his own game. ____________ BLACK FRIDAY SALE for 25% off Just Baseball Merch, Use Code "TurkeyDay": https://justbaseball-merch.myshopify.com/ BLACK FRIDAY SALE: New Post-Season T-Shirt: https://pillboxbatco.com/products/just-baseball-t-shirt-navy?_pos=1&_sid=43b6ae6f3&_ss=r Check out our website: https://www.justbaseball.com/ Personal Twitters: @peterappel23, @jack_mcmullen11, @aramleighton8 Please subscribe and leave a five-star review if you enjoy the Just Baseball Show on Apple Podcasts

The Just Baseball Show
103 | Seiya Suzuki Profile, Jose Berrios Extension, Noah Syndergaard Fight, Yankees Cut Clint Frazier

The Just Baseball Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 49:00


Peter and Jack are back with a laundry list of items. Seiya Suzuki was just posted by the Hiroshima Toyo Carp, and is now available to sign with all 30 MLB teams. The guys give you a full profile on Suzuki, and why teams should be excited to grab him. The Blue Jays just signed Jose Berrios to a 7 year, $131 million deal, is it worth it? Noah Syndergaard vs. Mike Francesa was hilarious, and Clint Frazier is no longer a Yankee. ____________ Use Code "fadejack" for 15% off Just Baseball Merch: https://justbaseball-merch.myshopify.com/ New Post-Season T-Shirt: https://pillboxbatco.com/products/just-baseball-t-shirt-navy?_pos=1&_sid=43b6ae6f3&_ss=r Check out our website: https://www.justbaseball.com/ Personal Twitters: @peterappel23, @jack_mcmullen11, @aramleighton8 Please subscribe and leave a five-star review if you enjoy the Just Baseball Show on Apple Podcasts

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
Keith Hernandez's Tweet Caused A Stir, Our Hockey Expert Dylan Beyer & Yankee Roster Moves

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 32:12


Hour 5: Keith Hernadez tweeted, then deleted something that caused some friction. The Islanders open up the UBS Arena tomorrow, so we thought it would be a good time to pop on our hockey expect, Craig's niece Dylan to preview the big event. Derek Jeter's response to Carlos Correa. The Yankees made a few roster moves, including letting Clint Frazier go. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Short Porch
Episode 302: We Are Completely All Over The Place

The Short Porch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 70:41


The offseason rumor mill continues to chug along, as the Yankees are still reportedly talking to the camps of both Carlos Correa and Corey Seager. In recent news however, Correa made some harsh comments towards Derek Jeter's defensive career, claiming Jeter did not deserve any of the Gold Glove awards he won. Understandably, many Yankee fans took exception to his quote and started to question whether Correa's villainous persona is something they want on the team. We also find out how desperate teams are during this year's pitching market, with Justin Verlander returning to Houston on a massive 1-year/$25 million gamble from the Astros, and the Angels signing Noah Syndergaard to a 1-year/$21 million dollar deal. Brett Gardner also reportedly wants to play again in 2022, making us seriously doubt that we'll ever get rid of this man from our lives. We also discuss the recent awards season, debating whether or not it was a good thing that Cole was snubbed for AL Cy Young and what it truly means to be an "MVP" of the league. Finally, we thought it'd be appropriate to comment on a certain Twitter "reporter" that got outed for sharing fake Matt Olson trade rumors in hilarious fashion, hopefully he never makes a resurgence. Outro Song: “Tropical House Music" via APM Music Library

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
Ryan Leaf, Thor's Goodbye To Met Fans & Justin Verlander Will Not Be A Yankee

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 51:27


Hour 4: An amazing 30 minute interview with former first round pick Ryan Leaf. Noah Syndergaard's goodbye to Met fans & Justin Verlander says no to the Yankees. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Just Baseball Show
99| Yankees Top 10 Prospects Preview, Matt Olson Trade Rumors

The Just Baseball Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 70:57


Aram and Peter preview the soon-to-be-released Yankees Top 10 Prospects for JustBaseball.com and how the Yankees farm system has improved as much as any in baseball despite only trading away prospects. Peter believes in the Matt Olson to Yankees hype train (obviously), and they discuss what other players could be attainable with the Yankee's plethora of high-end prospects. ____________ Use Code "fadejack" for 15% off Just Baseball Merch: https://justbaseball-merch.myshopify.com/ New Post-Season T-Shirt: https://pillboxbatco.com/products/just-baseball-t-shirt-navy?_pos=1&_sid=43b6ae6f3&_ss=r Check out our website: https://www.justbaseball.com/ Personal Twitters: @peterappel23, @jack_mcmullen11, @aramleighton8, Please subscribe and leave a five-star review if you enjoy the Just Baseball Show on Apple Podcasts

Chente Ydrach
SoLpresa! - Walter Hodge roncándole a Chente en el juego y Yankee regalando su casa!!

Chente Ydrach

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 58:12


REDES CHENTE: Instagram: http://instagram.com/chenteydrach Facebook: http://facebook.com/chenteydrachoficial Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/chenteyd... Twitter: http://twitter.com/chenteydrach iTunes Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/m...

The Michael Kay Show
Knicks, Correa and NJ Icons: 11/11/21

The Michael Kay Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 85:04


On Thursday's show, the guys discuss another discouraging defeat for the Knicks and what they need to do to get back on track. Plus, we wonder how Yankee fans would feel about their team signing Carlos Correa and Don's got a list (quintessential NJ icons of all time).