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Hizmetten
Var mı bu mevzuda “ben!” diyen? | M.Fethullah Gülen Hocaefendi

Hizmetten

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 7:14


Bu video 30/10/2016 tarihinde yayınlanan " VUSLAT İŞTİYÂKI VE TEMİZ KALBLERİN NİYAZI" isimli bamtelinden alınmıştır. Tamamı burada: https://www.herkul.org/bamteli/bamtel... “Benim bayramım Sana kavuştuğum gündür!..” Hazreti Ömer (radıyallahu anh), bir gün coşup O'na (sallallâhu aleyhi ve sellem) karşı sevgisini ifade ettiğinde, “Yâ Rasûlallah, Sen'i, kendimden başka her şeyden fazla seviyorum!” demişti. Gerçekten öyledir. Fakat meseleyi o andaki ufka bağlı, o andaki kalbin tarassuduna bağlı olarak anlamak lazımdır ki bunun manası şudur: “Çok rahatlıkla ben eşimi, çoluk-çocuğumu, evlatlarımı Sana kurban edebilirim!” Hazreti Ömer, Rasûl-i Ekrem Efendimiz'e (sallallâhu aleyhi ve sellem) karşı dile getirdiği böyle bir ifadeye, böyle bir itirafa mukabil beklediği cevabı almıyor. Efendimiz (sallallâhu aleyhi ve sellem) kemâl-i ciddiyetle meselenin hakikatini vurguluyor; “Yâ Ömer! Beni kendinden de artık sevmedikçe hakiki imanı elde etmiş olamazsın!..” diyor. Var mı bu mevzuda “ben!” diyen?!. “Ben, Seni aile efradımdan, dünyamdan, mal u menâlimden çok daha fazla seviyorum! Öyle ki ölümü, bir şeb-i arûs gibi bekliyorum. Ama izin henüz Sen'in tarafından çıkmadığından dolayı, ‘emre itaatteki incelik'e bağlılık içinde Sen'den ferman geleceği âna kadar bu zehir-zemberek firkate, bu dâüssılaya katlanmaya çalışıyorum. Yoksa, derdim Sen'sin. Benim bayramım Sana kavuştuğum gündür!..” Kaç insan gösterebilirsiniz böyle söyleyebilecek olan?!. Kendi dünyanızda.. serkârlarınızda.. zâviyeleri tutanlarınızda… Hazreti Ömer, o zaman kükrüyor; “Yâ Rasûlallah! Şu andan itibaren, içimin sesi, Sen'i nefsimden de artık seviyorum!..” diyor. O nasıl bir tabiat ve nasıl bir fıtrat ise, hemen, birden bire bir amudî yükseliş ortaya koyuyor. Dikey yükseliş demek; kavsî değil, ufkî değil, amudî yükseliş; birden bire. Bu, Hazreti Ebu Bekir gibi kimselerde, Hazreti Ömer gibi kimselerde, Hazreti Ali gibi kimselerde, Hazreti Osman gibi kimselerde, Hazreti Hâlid gibi kimselerde (radıyallahu anhüm ecmaîn) görülüyor. Birkaç senede ihsan ufkuna erenler olduğu gibi yıllarca kâmil imandan nasipsiz gezenler de var. Hazreti Hâlid'in Peygamber Efendimiz'le mevcudiyeti üç sene. O ne kazanımdır?!. Cennetleri peyleyebilecek bir ufku ihraz ediyor. Evet, vefat ederken arkada bıraktığı şey, sadece sırtına binip savaştığı atı, kullandığı kırılmadık kılıcı. (Elinde yalnızca Yermük'te on beş tane kılıcın kırıldığından bahsederler.) Ve bir de oku ile yayı. Onun için, Hazreti Halid ruhunun ufkuna yürürken başında bulunan Sa'd b. Zeyd hazretleri diyor ki: عَاشَ حَمِيدًا، مَاتَ فَقِيدًا “Hazreti Halid, herkesin övdüğü bir kumandan olarak yaşadı, İslam'ın bir yitiği olarak gitti.”

Locked On Giants – Daily Podcast On The San Francisco Giants
Pitch clock, shift ban coming to MLB in 2023

Locked On Giants – Daily Podcast On The San Francisco Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 31:16 Very Popular


Now there is a clock in baseball. The pitch clock is coming to MLB in 2023, and a shift ban is coming with it. MLB has been experimenting with these rules in the minors, and they were officially voted in on Friday. The pitch clock will eliminate tons of dead time between pitches where nothing happens and is likely to be a smashing success when all is said and done, despite not necessarily pleasing everyone initially. The ban on shifts will also have big consequences. There must be at least two fielders on either side of second base, and all must have both feet on the dirt. This will be a huge boon to left-handed hitters in particular, who have been victims of aggressive shifts that have taken away hits in shallow right field for many years now. The San Francisco Giants got swept in their doubleheader yesterday, but the big takeaway from the game was Sean Hjelle's strong five innings of work. The Giants right-handed pitcher was pumping mid-90s sinkers in the zone, racking up strikeouts and ground balls. The rest of the season should be about watching guys like Hjelle, and seeing whether they can be key pieces on next year's team. Outfielder Austin Dean was added to the 40-man and MLB rosters prior to Friday's game, and reliever Cole Waites is on the taxi squad. Dom Leone was placed on the IL with an elbow impingement. Yermín Mercedes was DFA'd and outrighted to Triple-A Sacramento. Find and follow Locked On Giants on your favorite podcast platforms:

Locked On Giants – Daily Podcast On The San Francisco Giants
SF Giants' attention should turn towards future with impending roster crunch

Locked On Giants – Daily Podcast On The San Francisco Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 31:19 Very Popular


The San Francisco Giants have another roster crunch upcoming, with several players set to return from the injured list in the coming days. How they're going to fit those players onto the roster remains to be seen. Prior to last night's game, speedy outfielder Bryce Johnson was added to the Giants' roster. Johnson gives the SF Giants a rare element on this team: disruptive speed and high-end defense. But will he stick on the roster? Brandon Crawford and Joc Pederson are set to return on Saturday. Thairo Estrada will re-join the Giants on Sunday. Evan Longoria is likely to be added to the SF Giants' roster early next week. So who's going to come off the roster? David Villar can be optioned, but should he be? Is it really worth playing Longoria over Villar if the 2022 season is lost (which it isn't quite yet) and they don't expect him to be a part of next year's team (also unclear)? Yermín Mercedes can be optioned. The Giants will likely DFA Dixon Machado this weekend. But even if they make all of those moves, they'll still need to make more. Will the Giants option promising youngsters like Luis González or Johnson? Or will they finally cut ties with a struggling veteran like Tommy La Stella. whose tenure in San Francisco has been a disaster? As our attention turns towards the future, Joey Bart is highlighted. Bart's numbers since getting called back up by the Giants in early July are eye-opening. He's been striking out less, chasing less, and making more contact on swings in the strike zone. He's also showing more confidence and leadership, and has done a very good job defensively, whether it's framing pitches, blocking, or throwing out baserunners. Find and follow Locked On Giants on your favorite podcast platforms:

Locked On Giants – Daily Podcast On The San Francisco Giants
SF Giants overwhelmed by Dodgers' talent in 4-game sweep; where do they go from here?

Locked On Giants – Daily Podcast On The San Francisco Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 35:16 Very Popular


"Not good enough. Really frustrating. A level of play that is just not going to be acceptable for us." Those were San Francisco Giants Manager Gabe Kapler's words after the SF Giants got completely overwhelmed by the Dodgers en route to their first four-game sweep vs. their rivals since 1995. The Giants looked like the far inferior team all weekend—and really they've looked inferior to many opponents all season. Where should the Giants go from here? The NL West race is essentially over before it really started. The Dodgers have a 16.5 game lead over the Giants. But at 48-47, the SF Giants are still just two games back in the NL Wild Card race. Their next seven games are against two of the worst teams in the NL. By the time the Aug. 2 trade deadline comes around, they're likely to be still in the race. FanGraphs has the Giants' playoff odds currently at 38%. Could they add someone like Ramón Laureano, who'd help them in 2022 but also in 2023-25? What about Joey Wendle, who'd be more of a rental but wouldn't cost too much and is a plus defender at second, third, and shortstop? The Giants' defense continues to be an embarrassment. Yermín Mercedes is miscast in left field, and it showed on Sunday. All season long the Giants have stuck bad defenders all over the diamond and it has cost them seemingly every night. How do they expect it to improve with the likes of Mercedes roaming the outfield against arguably the best team in baseball? There's a case to be made that the Giants should sell at the deadline, but ultimately the Giants' position in the standings warrants an attempt at salvaging this season. But it's increasingly clear that they must upgrade their defense or they likely won't be playing in October. The Giants need major changes and their last chance to do anything significant is just over a week away. Find and follow Locked On Giants on your favorite podcast platforms:

Locked On Giants – Daily Podcast On The San Francisco Giants
SF Giants lose heartbreaker to Brewers; are they interested in Brandon Drury?

Locked On Giants – Daily Podcast On The San Francisco Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 29:02


Really tough loss for the San Francisco Giants last night. The game was within their grasp, but Darin Ruf flew out to the warning track in a bases-loaded situation late, and Camilo Doval surrendered a two-out, two-strike swinging bunt hit that drove in what proved to be the winning run. The SF Giants just haven't been able to consistently win this type of game, and they fall back to 45-43. If the Giants had won, they would've moved back into a tie for the NL's final wild card spot. So it goes for the Giants this season. One major theme this year has been that the veterans haven't really done as much as they would like. That includes Tommy La Stella and Evan Longoria, who are currently on the injured list. Are the Giants a better team without them? It's a complicated question and a complicated answer, because adding them back to the roster would mean sending down a couple of players like potentially Yermín Mercedes and David Villar. Luis González is also a candidate to be optioned if the Giants decide to re-add Longoria and/or La Stella. Trading one or both seems like a real possibility at this point, although La Stella probably has almost no trade value. Are the Giants interested in Brandon Drury? Andy Martino of SNY reported on Wednesday that the Giants and Dodgers were showing the most interest in the veteran infielder, who's enjoying a semi-breakout campaign with the Reds. Drury makes sense for the Giants as a versatile player who's having a strong offensive season. That being said, he's not really a star player, more of a complimentary player capable of exceeding expectations, as he has done so far this year. But it was hard enough to figure out how the Giants would add Longoria and La Stella back to the roster; how would they add those two in addition to another veteran like Drury? Is that what's best for this team that probably needs to look for future pieces and think about getting younger? Find and follow Locked On Giants on your favorite podcast platforms:

Locked On Giants – Daily Podcast On The San Francisco Giants
SF Giants' right-handed lineup orchestrates another rout

Locked On Giants – Daily Podcast On The San Francisco Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 30:00 Very Popular


For the second time in two days, the San Francisco Giants' right-handed-heavy lineup, the one that faces left-handed starters, led the Giants to a double-digit win. On Sunday, they beat MacKenzie Gore and the Padres 12-0. Yesterday, they lit up Dallas Keuchel and the D-backs by the final score of 13-0. Austin Slater, Yermín Mercedes, Joey Bart, and Thairo Estrada led the way as the SF Giants crushed four home runs in the victory. Giants President of Baseball Operations Farhan Zaidi met with the media prior to Tuesday's win. He discussed the team's disappointing first half of the season, and he talked about the upcoming trade deadline. Zaidi said that he thinks the starting pitching is in a good spot, and it's hard to argue against that with Carlos Rodón and Logan Webb leading the group. Alex Wood and Alex Cobb have peripherals that suggest better results are coming, and Jakob Junis will re-enter the rotation after the All-Star break. Brandon Crawford's supremely disappointing double play the night prior is discussed. Should he have been swinging in a 2-0 count with the bases loaded and the tying run on third (hint: yes). Also discussed is the SF Giants designating Jake McGee for assignment over the weekend. McGee was a crucial part of last year's bullpen, which led the majors in ERA, but the results just weren't there this year. McGee was owed close to $2 million, so this move suggests the Giants are willing to eat a salary if the performance is poor enough. Luis González's return from the IL is also discussed. Find and follow Locked On Giants on your favorite podcast platforms:

The Athletic Fantasy Baseball Podcast
A Trip Back to the 2016 Draft, Yermín to San Francisco, Duran Time in Boston

The Athletic Fantasy Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 56:53 Very Popular


Nando, Ian and DVR discuss Nick Senzel, the underwhelming first round of the 2016 draft, a new opportunity for Yermín Mercedes in San Francisco, Jarren Duran's return for the Red Sox, Ian's focus on players' on-field behavior, playing time opening up in the Rays' outfield due to a rash of injuries, A.J. Puk's future as a closer, and more.  Follow Nando on Twitter: @nandodifino Follow Ian on Twitter: @IanKahn4 Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On White Sox - Daily Podcast On The Chicago White Sox
What is Andrew Vaughn's Trade Value?

Locked On White Sox - Daily Podcast On The Chicago White Sox

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 36:52


In this edition of Locked On White Sox, host, Sean Anderson proposes trades including Andrew Vaughn. He talks about the impact of the Universal DH rule on White Sox players like Jake Burger, Gavin Sheets, and Yermín Mercedes. Finally, for some Friday Fun, Sean attempts to name all the White Sox players who had an OPS higher than .850 in a season. Quiz: https://www.sporcle.com/games/tedsox31/white-sox-batters-ops-850 Today's episode is brought to you by BetOnline. BetOnline has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline..net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans
Killer B's 12 — The Theme is Déjà Vu — 2021-11-10

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 44:05


Tommy Barbee and Keelin Billue are back after a five-month hiatus, as the embers of the 2021 Chicago White Sox season and South Side Soxivus cool down. Typically, there are talks of a stove that is supposed to be hot, but this year, the pilot light does not seem to work yet. So, in this episode of the Killer B's, Tommy and Keelin spend time discussing the past, present, and hopes for the future. Join the Killer B's to navigate: One of the Worst White Sox Games of 2021: As a Soxivus tie-in, we begrudgingly relive the Yermín-Tony game. The 3-0 bomb game. You know. THAT ONE. Hot Stove Moves: An impending lockout has us eating cold eggs. Yet, there have been a few big transactions made, including Carlos Rodón not receiving a QO. Tommy and Keelin work to decipher Hahn-speak especially in regard to the increasingly lean pitching rotation. A Wish List: Surprise! The problems of last season continued to plague the White Sox until the end: second base and starting pitchers. The Killer B's indulge in a little fantasy. Lockout Plans?: In an effort to not go five months without recording, plan on joining the Killer B's for a radionovela, or continued White Sox coverage. There will be no between. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans
South Side Sox on the Farm Podcast 19 — 2021 Charlotte Knights Review — 2021-10-20

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 18:59


Darren Black and Brett Ballantini are back “on the Farm,” with a weeklong wrap-up of the White Sox system. First up are the Charlotte Knights, and Darren's season review piece is live alongside this podcast. While the Knights were stunningly bad, with the very worst record in all of Triple-A, several successful prospects were shipped up from North Carolina to make an impact on the 2021 White Sox. Here's how we broke down this 47-81 club: It would have been a neck-and-neck battle for team MVP, but Gavin Sheets' success in Chicago left the crown to Jake Burger Lost in the incredible start and strange in-season Tony La Russa and retirement dramas are the fact that Yermín Mercedes had his worst season in a long time — at the wrong time Shout-out to Mike Wright Jr. and John Parke! Darren's gentle reminder: Triple-A records mean nothing Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Hizmetten
Ebediyet Arayışı | Süleymaniye 14 | 16 Haziran 1991 | Fethullah Gülen Hocaefendi

Hizmetten

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 108:12


Bu videoda Fethullah Gülen Hocaefendi'nin 16 Haziran 1991 tarihinde İstanbul Süleymaniye Camii'nde verdiği “Ebediyet arayışı” konulu vaazı seyredeceksiniz... • İnsanların “arayış mülahazası”yla dünyaya geldikleri.. İdeal insanların hep bir arayış peşinde oldukları • Nice insanlar vardır ki, ebede namzet olduklarının şuurundadırlar ve şu fani dünya onları tatmin etmez.. Yüksek ufka sahip bu insanlar, Cemalullah peşindedir ve milletini, devletler arası muvazenede şanlı, şerefli mevkiine oturtma mefkûresi içindedirler. • “Büyük dava” ve “pahalı metâ” uğruna Peygamberlerin (aleyhimüsselâm) katlandıkları çileler.. Tufan Peygamberi Hz. Nuh'un (a.s.) büyük dava uğrunda kavminden gördüğü eziyetlere katlanması • Hz. İbrahim'in (a.s.) büyük dava uğrunda ateşe atılmayı büyük bir metanetle göğüslemesi • Hz. Ebû Bekir'in (r.a.), Hz. İbrahim'in (a.s.) ateşe atılmasına atıfta bulunduğu şiiri: “Allahım! Sermayesi çok az olan Ebû Kuhâfe'nin oğluna ihsanda bulun! ” • “Pahalı metâ” için Hz. Musa'nın (a.s.) katlandığı zorluklar • “Büyük dava” uğrunda Hz. Zekeriya (a.s.) ve oğlu Hz. Yahya'nın (a.s.) katlandığı çile ve ızdıraplar.. Hz. Yahya'nın (a.s.), Allah korkusundan dağlara çıkması • Allah Teâlâ'nın (c.c.), müşriklerin Resûlullah'ı (s.a.s.) yakalayıp öldürme planlarını tersyüz ettiği.. Konuyla ilgili “Bir vakit de o kâfirler senin elini kolunu bağlayıp zindana mı atsınlar, yahut öldürsünler mi, yahut seni ülke dışına mı sürsünler diye birtakım tuzaklar planlıyorlardı. Onlar tuzak kuradursunlar, Allah da tuzak kuruyordu. Allah tuzak kuranların en hayırlısıdır.” (Enfâl sûresi, 8/30) âyeti • Hz. Lût'un (a.s.), kavminin ahlaksızları karşısında zor durumda kalışı ve Allah'tan niyazı • Hz. Zübeyir İbn Avvâm'ın (r.a.) Resûlullah'a (s.a.s.) sahip çıkışı ve buna karşılık Resûlullah'ın (s.a.s.) havarisi olma pâyesine nâil olması • Hz. Âişe'nin (r.anhâ), namusuna atılan çirkin iftira karşısında kendisinin ve Resûlullah'ın (s.a.s.) yaşadığı sıkıntılar • İman sermayesiyle yola çıkanların, Allah'a tam bir teslimiyet, tevekkül ve itimat içinde oldukları, Allah'ın da onları yarı yolda bırakmadığı • Kur'ân'ın uzun yıllar sonra kendisine sahip çıkacak bir cemaate sahip olduğu.. ve bu Kur'ân cemaatinin, Kur'ân'dan uzak kalmış milletlere O'nun hakikatlerini götüreceği • Firavun'un sihirbazlarının, Hz. Musa'nın (a.s.) mucizesi karşısında iman etmeleri.. bunun üzerine Firavun'un yaptığı zulümlere rağmen sihirbazların Allah'a imandan vazgeçmemeleri • Hz. Ömer'in (r.a.) fütursuzca Mekke'den Medine'ye hicreti • Yıllarca Resûlullah'a (s.a.s.) karşı savaşan İkrime'nin (r.a.) nihayet Mekke Fethi'nde İslâm'a girişi ve Yermük Savaşı'nda da oğluyla birlikte şehit oluşu • Tarık İbn Ziyâd'ın beş bin kişilik ordusuyla doksan bin kişilik düşman ordusunu hezimete uğratması

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans
South Side Sox Podcast 53 — The Trade Deadline Approaches — 2021-07-29

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 36:54


Four of your very favorite South Side Sox staff — Brett Ballantini, Darren Black, Tommy Barbee and Tyrone Palmer — gathered in anticipation of the sprint to Friday's 3 p.m. CT trading deadline. The White Sox haven't done anything yet, so there was plenty of time to cover most everything: Yes, this is a second straight podcast where Brett can't keep the program number straight, as this is mothership podcast 53, not 52 Eduardo Escobar, the presumably attainable White Sox trade target, is off to Milwaukee. Huh? The White Sox front office traditionally (and reasonably) detested teams agreeing to deals, then continuing to shop players in the agreement — most famously, Mike Rizzo backing out of the Edwin Jackson-Adam Dunn deal in 2010. But these White Sox trade leaks (from Sox lips to Bob Nightengale's twitter account) as a means of pressuring teams is just as annoying. The Sox have now lost Joc Pederson, Manny Machado and Escobar due to such tactics, to some degree Roundtable: The most important area of weakness to address among second base, catcher and bullpen Again, a reminder to temper expectations when it comes to the talent the White Sox can draw in; the prospects tank is empty Thought exercise: Who among Yermín Mercedes, Gavin Sheets, Zack Collins and Jake Burger would you trade for Escobar? The answers, based on the comment thread on Luke Smailes pre-deadline spec piece, will surprise/disappoint you Tommy admits that when a deal gets made across baseball without Micker Adolfo's name attached, he breathes a tiny sigh of relief Most important single player to acquire: two votes for Jonathan Schoop, two for Ian Kennedy An update on Lucas Giolito's no-hitter The Cubbie stink question again rears its ugly head, wherein Tommy teaches Brett to love again Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans
Sharing Sox Podcast 47 — Eloy! Eloy! Edition — 2021-07-28

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 36:17


This week SSS duty geezer Leigh Allan and his son and west coast correspondent, Will, celebrate the return of super-defender Eloy Jiménez, who had celebrated his own return the night before with a booming game-winner that's probably still in orbit. (They also ... ahem ... note the error of their Yermín Mercedes assessment the week before, which shall not be mentioned after this moment by anyone. Including you.) With the cast recorded 50 hours ahead of the trading deadline, it is full of speculation, none of which will turn out to be true, but being wrong is in the spirit of the show. On the negative side, what's with all the heavy use of White Sox starting pitchers, who have thrown many more games of more than 100 pitches than any other team, more than twice the MLB average? Is this really a good idea? Is the HOFBP that much smarter than the 29 other managers (well, he's definitely smarter than Mike Matheny, but that's just one, and he might not really count)? Should the Sox be wearing out their pitchers in a now-meaningless regular season, given the hideousness of the AAAL Central, or should they be getting a little less wear and tear going into October? Inquiring minds want to know. Oh, and how about Danny Mendick for catcher? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Farm to Fame (Baseball Podcast)
20 | Pirates solidify future and Yermín comes out of retirement

Farm to Fame (Baseball Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 66:07


There's a bunch we had to go over this week! Peter and Kelsey detail Yermin's Instagram retirement, the Pirates haul from the Adam Frazier trade, the Angels MiLB article, and our Rookie of the Year predictions! Check out Mansplain Baseball Elsewhere: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYIWvS8HPxPuRp_Pb6YKjHg

Clubhouse Naptime
Episode 21 - Talking About the Mariners, Finally

Clubhouse Naptime

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 55:58


Anders and Mikey kick things off with a discussion about a Nicaraguan baseball legend. The two then dive into the latest in Major League Baseball trades including Nelson Cruz, Adam Frazier, and José Berríos rumors. They then discuss the latest on the Trevor Bauer investigation, what's going on with Yermín Mercedes, and whether or not the Mets will sign Kumar Rocker.

The Athletic Fantasy Baseball Podcast
Opportunities from the trade deadline, changes atop dynasty rankings, and steeper penalties for bad teams

The Athletic Fantasy Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 76:10


Nando, Ian and DVR discuss a few pre-deadline deals, and the resulting opportunities for players that were previously without opportunities for regular roles, tweaks atop Ian's upcoming Dynasty Rankings update, and Yermín Mercedes' post-retirement production at Triple-A Charlotte. Plus, they discuss a more steep pay structure for long-term leagues as an anti-tanking measure.  Follow Nando on Twitter: @nandodifino Follow Ian on Twitter: @IanKahn4 Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper e-mail: fantasypods@theathletic.com, use subject line 'Under the Radar' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Unleashed with Mitch Williams
Episode 55 - Mitch Returns to a .500 Phils

Unleashed with Mitch Williams

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 67:46


Mitch is back as we dive into the trade deadline discussions. What moves would you make as Phillies GM? Yermín Mercedes, who started the season a record 8-8, has been sent down to the minors... did Tony La Russa have anything to do with his struggling performance? Harper has the 8th highest salary amongst hitters, but where does he rank in the MLB? Hear all of the above and more on today's episode!

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans
Dugout Metrics Podcast 5 — Trade Deadline Targets — 2021-07-23

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 40:55


So, the legend of Dugout Metrics lives on, the podcast you couldn't live without is here again. Ex-players and metrics aces Trevor Lines and Luke Smailes hop on with Brett Ballantini to focus on the freshest news of the day, and trade deadline targets to fortify the White Sox for the stretch run. Yes, the goofy topics are being pushed by Brett: Trevor and Luke take a look at the Yermín Mercedes retirement/unretirement story from a unique angle: Imagining what his Charlotte Knights teammates are feeling about it Nelson Cruz has been dealt, potentially haunting the White Sox not in the regular season but the playoffs. Was the price too high? How will Eloy Jiménez and Luis Robert return to the White Sox, given the long layoff: full strength, replacement level, or somewhere in-between? What is the status of Robert's Domino's pizza baby? Luke is prioritizing relief pitching help as his top target in the stretch run of trade season, and his top target is a Cubs reliever — but probably not the one you think. Also, Luke doesn't think the Cubs are afraid to make a deal with the White Sox, and the White Sox will not be afraid of Cubbie stink invading this 2021 roster Trevor is option for second base help, preferably a left-handed hitter, and he's shooting for the moon ... looking toward Pittsburgh and everyone's favorite target Do we need to temper expectations for the deadline given a distinct lack of prospect capital to deal for the Adam Fraziers or Joey Gallos? And yes, no-look tags count for more outs than a “regular-look” tag. Thanks, @MLB Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

106.1 & 1400 WSJM Sports
Friday Morning Sports Update-07/23/2021

106.1 & 1400 WSJM Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 3:01


MLB – Major League Baseball Yesterday Detroit Tigers 7, Texas Rangers 5 St. Louis Cardinals 3, Chicago Cubs 2 White Sox were off Tigers 7, Rangers 5 – Haase, Tigers win 7th straight, finish sweep of Rangers Eric Haase hit a three-run homer in the first inning and the Detroit Tigers extended their winning streak to a season-best seven games by topping the slumping Texas Rangers 7-5. Zack Short and Victor Reyes also homered for the Tigers, who completed a four-game sweep. Texas has lost nine straight, equaling its longest slide this season. David Dahl and Isiah Kiner-Falefa each drove in two runs for the Rangers. Kyle Funkhouser, the fourth Tigers pitcher, gave up one run in two innings to get the win. Gregory Soto got the last three outs for his 11th save and third in as many days. Cardinals 3, Cubs 2 – Kim earns 5th straight win on birthday, Cards beat Cubs 3-2 Kwang Hyun-Kim earned his fifth straight win on his 34th birthday and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Chicago Cubs 3-2. Nolan Arenado and Dylan Carlson homered as the Cardinals moved a game over .500 at 49-48. Kim allowed two runs on two hits with a walk and seven strikeouts in six innings. Alex Reyes pitched a scoreless ninth to earn his 23rd save after suffering his first career blown save on Tuesday night. Cubs starter Adbert Alzolay allowed three runs on four hits and three walks while striking out eight in six innings. He is winless in his last seven starts. Today Arizona Cardinals at Chicago Cubs, 2:20 p.m. Detroit Tigers at Kansas City Royals, 8:10 p.m.       94.9 WSJM/103.7 Cosy-FM 7:50 Chicago White Sox at Milwaukee Brewers, 8:10 p.m. MLB – No quit: Yermín Mercedes rejoins White Sox Triple-A team One day after announcing he was stepping away from baseball, Yermín Mercedes was back with the Chicago White Sox's Triple-A affiliate. The White Sox confirmed Mercedes was in uniform Thursday for the Charlotte Knights' game against the Durham Bulls. Mercedes also apologized in an Instagram post, writing, “I love everybody. I'm back.” On Wednesday night, Mercedes posted on Instagram that he was walking away from baseball, saying, “It's over.” The 28-year-old rookie carried the White Sox with his booming bat early in the season but got sent to the minors following a prolonged slump. NFL – NFL threatens forfeits for COVID outbreaks The NFL has informed teams they could potentially forfeit a game because of a COVID-19 outbreak among nonvaccinated players, and players on both teams wouldn't get paid that week. The memo was sent to the teams by Commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday and obtained by The Associated Press. The memo adds that the league doesn't anticipate adding a 19th week to accommodate games that can't be rescheduled within the 18-week regular season. However, forfeits are among the consequences. The league says more than half its teams have COVID-19 vaccination rates greater than 80% of their players, and more than 75% of players are in the process of being vaccinated. NFL – Jets' Knapp dies after being struck by car while biking New York Jets assistant coach Greg Knapp died of injuries suffered in an accident when he was struck by a car while riding a bicycle near his home in California. Knapp's family released a statement through the team that the longtime NFL assistant coach died Thursday afternoon. The family said in the statement that Knapp never regained consciousness after being struck in the city of San Ramon in the San Francisco Bay Area and never regained consciousness. Knapp was hired by the Jets in January as part of new coach Robert Saleh's staff, serving as the passing game specialist. Among Knapp's primary roles was to help develop quarterback Zach Wilson, the No. 2 overall draft pick. NBA – Milwaukee Bucks' fans celebrate NBA championship with parade Thousands of fans lined downtown Milwaukee streets to catch a glimpse of their beloved Bucks in a para...

Rays The Roof: A Tampa Bay Rays Podcast
Walk-Off Wednesdays (RTR Ep. 70)

Rays The Roof: A Tampa Bay Rays Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 55:22


The post-All Star Break continues to be weird as ever as the Rays go from a three-game set at home to a four-game weekend series in Cleveland. However, Tampa Bay keeps the good vibes rolling, winning their fourth-straight series after taking the last two of three against the Orioles, including a thrilling walk-off win on Wednesday. We talk about that, look forward to Cleveland and we discuss the current Yermín Mercedes situation, which seems to be taking a positive turn as he'll be suiting up tonight for the Charlotte Knights after some cryptic Instagram posts surfaced Wednesday night. Thanks so much for listening to this episode and be sure to follow RTR on social media @RaysTheRoofTB, our YouTube channel: Rays The Roof, our Twitch: RaysTheRoofTwitch, and our website, raystherooftb.com. As always, Rays Up! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Big City Sports Podcast
Yermín Mercedes Retires? NHL Expansion Draft Results, NHL Draft Preview

Big City Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 43:52


Thank you for tuning into this week's episode of the Big City Sports Podcast! New episodes talking about your favorite teams coming every Thursday! Send us any questions or opinions you would like us to talk about in the next episode @bigcitysportspd on Twitter or comment below! Check us out! Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5nsBzgJ​​​... Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast​​​... Twitter: bigcitysportspd Instagram: bigcitysportspod --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans
Sharing Sox Podcast 46 — Big Brewhaha Edition — 2021-07-22

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 37:24


SSS duty geezer Leigh Allan his son and west coast correspondent, Will, are joined this week by cheesehead correspondent and Brewers fan Jonathan Schroerlucke, to preview the upcoming White Sox series in Milwaukee and the incredible matchups of starting pitchers on tap. Will the series be as it looks on paper and consist entirely of games that are 0-0 until the starters come out, with all runs then scored before the two dominant closers come in? Will former Sox players be the key to the Milwaukee offense? Who knows? But we guess. We also have a whole bunch of guesses and comments about the biggest White Sox news of the week, the announced retirement of April hero Yermín Mercedes. Naturally, it would all have been terribly brilliant except that since we recorded, Yermín decided to unretire, at least for one night, so all the speculation and bad-mouthing of the HOFBP is badly outdated. Not that bad-mouthing the HOFBP is ever out of line, but it doesn't fit the story so well any more. After the break, it's all White Sox versus Brewers and great pitchers, which we hope doesn't get out of date as well. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

106.1 & 1400 WSJM Sports
Thursday Morning Sports Update-07/22/2021

106.1 & 1400 WSJM Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 2:59


MLB – Major League Baseball Yesterday Detroit Tigers 4, Texas Rangers 2 Minnesota Twins 7, Chicago White Sox 2 St. Louis Cardinals 3, Chicago Cubs 2 – F/10 Innings Tigers 4, Rangers 2 – Manning, Tigers win 6th in row, hand Texas 8th straight loss Matt Manning pitched six strong innings and the Detroit Tigers won their sixth straight game, beating the skidding Texas Rangers 4-2. Robbie Grossman, Zack Short and Akil Baddoo hit home runs as the Tigers matched their longest winning streak since an eight-game run in 2016. Detroit has allowed a total of seven runs during this success string. The Rangers have lost eight in a row. They've been outscored 47-5 in six games since the All-Star break and have played 69 straight innings without holding a lead. Twins 7, White Sox 2 – Kepler, Polanco power Twins past AL Central-leading Chicago Max Kepler homered in his second straight game, Jorge Polanco also went deep, and the Minnesota Twins beat the Chicago White Sox 7-2 on Wednesday night. The Twins beat the AL Central leaders for just the fourth time in 16 games. They bounced back after Chicago rallied late to win Tuesday's game and came out on top after losing five of six. Michael Pineda (4-5) went five innings, allowing one run and four hits, in his first win since May 26. Cardinals 3, Cubs 2 – F/10 – Molina lifts Cards to 3-2 win over Cubs in 10 innings Yadier Molina doubled home the winning run against All-Star closer Craig Kimbrel in the 10th inning to give the St. Louis Cardinals a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs. Adam Wainwright pitched seven strong innings for the Cardinals. Harrison Bader and Dylan Carlson each hit an RBI double in the seventh to put St. Louis ahead 2-1. Bader also robbed Willson Contreras of an early two-run homer. Chicago tied it in the ninth on pinch-hitter Eric Sogard's run-scoring double off Giovanny Gallegos. Today Texas Rangers at Detroit Tigers, 1:10 p.m.    94.9 WSJM/103.7 Cosy-FM 12:50 Chicago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals, 7:15 p.m. White Sox are off MLB – White Sox rookie catcher Mercedes says he's leaving baseball Yermín Mercedes, the surprising rookie who helped carry the Chicago White Sox with his booming bat early in the season and got sent to the minors following a prolonged slump, says he is stepping away from baseball. Mercedes announced his decision on Instagram on Wednesday. He posted an image of the words “it's over.” NBA – NBA Finals up over last year, but post 4th-lowest average Television ratings for the NBA Finals and playoffs posted sizable increases over last year. But that was the only good news for the NBA as far as viewer numbers. The six-game series between the Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns averaged 9.91 million viewers, a 32% increase over last year's series between the Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat, which also went six games. However, the average makes it the fourth-lowest since 1997. Milwaukee's 105-98 victory over Phoenix on Tuesday night attracted the most viewers in the series, averaging 12.52 million. NBA – Title rewards Antetokounmpo's decision to commit to Bucks This could have been the offseason in which Giannis Antetokounmpo entered the free-agent market and potentially joined forces with another superstar player to try winning multiple titles together.  Antetokounmpo will spend the summer celebrating a title instead. Leading the Milwaukee Bucks to their first championship in half century rewarded Antetokounmpo for his December decision to sign a supermax extension with them. Antetokounmpo averaged 35.2 points, 13.2 rebounds and 5 assists to help the Bucks beat the Phoenix Suns 4-2 in the NBA Finals. NHL – Seattle Kraken sets first roster, will open season at Vegas The Seattle Kraken have set their initial roster. The NHL's newest expansion team unveiled all 30 picks at a ceremony near Lake Union with Commissioner Gary Bettman in attendance.

Yeni Şafak Podcast
Taha Kılınç - Cibrîl'in mirası

Yeni Şafak Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 4:55


Suriye savaşındaki en şiddetli çatışma safhalarından biri, Şam'ın güneyindeki Filistinli mülteci kampı Yermük'te yaşanmıştı. İsrail işgali sonucu vatanlarını terk etmek durumunda kalan Filistinliler tarafından 1957'de oluşturulan ve sonraki süreçte hiçbir zaman “resmî” bir statüye kavuşmayan kamp, 2011'den itibaren Özgür Suriye Ordusu'nun taban bulduğu yerlerden birine dönüşmüştü. Ahalisine uygulanan her türlü baskı, yıldırma, aç bırakma ve kuşatma operasyonlarının ardından, Suriye rejim ordusunun 2012'nin sonunda başlattığı askerî harekât ve bombardımanlar, 2017'de kampın tamamen boşaltılmasına kadar devam etmişti. 2019 sonu itibariyle hazırlanan raporlara göre, Suriye'deki savaş boyunca ölen Filistinli sayısı -çoğunluğu Yermük'te olmak üzere- 4 bine yaklaşmıştı. Bunlardan

The Athletic Fantasy Baseball Podcast
The ethics of player drops, and assessing future roles for Yermín Mercedes and Jake Burger

The Athletic Fantasy Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 55:00


Nando welcomes Al to the show, and Al tries to keep Nando from repeating his mistakes in dynasty leagues, while they also consider what the second half could bring for Yermín Mercedes, Jake Burger, Victor Robles, Charlie Blackmon, Ramón Urías and a couple of Tigers minor leaguers. Follow Nando on Twitter: @nandodifino Follow Al on Twitter: @almelchiorBB Email: fantasypods@theathletic.com, use subject line ‘Under the Radar' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans
Sharing Sox Podcast 41 — Goo Gone Edition — 2021-06-17

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 43:30


This week, SSS duty geezer Leigh Allan and his son and (usually) west coast correspondent, Will, prove their stick-to-itiveness as they delve into the world of (theoretically) disappearing illegal substances that prove their stick-to-itiveness on baseballs and what it might mean, while more sadly delving into the (all too real) disappearing of Nick Madrigal's season and what it might mean. The two also go over the week that was, including a whole lot of brilliant starting pitching. There's also worry about some things happening on the offensive side, including the Mariana Trench-level slump of Yermín Mercedes and its very negative impact on José Abreu. And they once again beg for the disappearance (just from the White Sox, we're not violent) of Adam Eaton, knowing it will never happen. Plus the hoped-for reappearances of Eloy Jiménez and Luis Robert. Plus, they throw in multiple plugs for next week's program, to be recorded June 23, because it will feature University of Illinois Physics Professor Emeritus Alan Nathan, a renowned expert on the physics of baseball, talking about things like the baseball itself, spin rates and their impact. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

106.1 & 1400 WSJM Sports
Wednesday Morning Sports Update-06/09/2021

106.1 & 1400 WSJM Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 2:42


MLB – Major League Baseball Last Night Detroit Tigers 5, Seattle Mariners 3 Chicago White Sox 6, Toronto Blue Jays 1 Chicago Cubs 7, San Diego Padres 1 Tigers 5, Mariners 3 – Eric Haase homers in 1st and helps Tigers beat Mariners 5-3 Eric Haase hit a two-run homer in the first inning and the Detroit Tigers beat the Seattle Mariners 5-3. Matthew Boyd allowed an unearned run, six hits and a walk over six innings. Daniel Norris inherited the bases loaded with no outs in the eighth and limited Seattle to two runs. Jose Cisnero pitched the ninth for his second save. Marco Gonzales gave up four runs and five hits over four innings in his second start since coming back from a strained left forearm. The Tigers took advantage of Gonzales early, scoring four runs in two innings. White Sox 6, Blue Jays 1 – Andrew Vaughn helps White Sox rally past Blue Jays 6-1 Andrew Vaughn homered in the seventh inning and delivered a tiebreaking sacrifice fly in the eighth, helping the Chicago White Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 6-1. Shut out by Robbie Ray for most of the game, Chicago got on the board on Vaughn's fifth homer and then broke it open with five runs in the eighth. After Vaughn made it 2-1 with a bases-loaded fly ball to deep center against Trent Thornton, Adam Eaton drove in Yermín Mercedes with a pinch-hit single. Leury García added a two-run triple, and Tim Anderson capped the rally with a sac fly. Cubs 7, Padres 1 – Davies strong, Rizzo, Wisdom homer in Cubs' 7-1 win vs Pads Zach Davies allowed just one hit in six scoreless innings, Anthony Rizzo homered and drove in four runs, and Patrick Wisdom went deep again for the Chicago Cubs as they defeated the San Diego Padres 7-1. Willson Contreras also homered for the Cubs, who have beaten the Padres four times in five games in a span of nine days. Chicago swept the Padres at Wrigley Field last week, when Wisdom homered three times, including twice in the first game. San Diego won the opener of this series 9-4 on Monday night. Wisdom has eight homers in 15 games. Tonight Seattle Mariners at Detroit Tigers, 7:10 p.m.          94.9 WSJM/103.7 Cosy-FM 6:50 Toronto Blue Jays at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs at San Diego Padres, 10:00 p.m. NHL – 2021 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs – Round 2 – Best of 7 Last Night Tampa Bay Lightning 2, Carolina Hurricanes 0                             (TBL wins 4-2) Vegas Golden Knights 3, Colorado Avalanche 2 – OT                  (VGK leads 3-2) Tonight Boston Bruins at New York Islanders, 7:30 p.m.                         (NYI leads 3-2) NBA – National Basketball Association Playoffs – Round 2 – Best of 7 Last Night Philadelphia 76ers 118, Atlanta Hawks 102                                (Series tied 1-1) Utah Jazz 112, Los Angeles Clippers 109                                    (UTA leads 1-0) Tonight Denver Nuggets at Phoenix Suns, 9:30 p.m.                                 (PHX leads 1-0) NBA – Jokic takes MVP honors Nikola Jokic wasn't highly regarded when he was taken in the NBA draft. He's now the league's reigning MVP. The Nuggets' big man has been revealed as the NBA's top player making him by far the lowest draft pick ever to win the award.  The Serbian product has become a dominant force since being selected 41st overall in the 2014 draft.  Jokic's scoring average jumped from 19.9 points per game last season to 26.4. He tied his career high with 10.8 rebounds per game, and his average of 8.3 assists was just shy of Wilt Chamberlain's all-time season average for a center.  Jokic was the runaway winner, getting 91 of the 101 first-place ballots cast WNBA – Women's National Basketball Association Tonight Indiana Fever at Chicago Sky, 8:00 p.m. NFL – Aaron Rodgers not present as Packers open mandatory minicamp Aaron Rodgers wasn't with the Green Bay Packers for their first mandatory minicamp session.

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans
Estrogen Power Hour Episode 2 — PRIDE, Baseball Myths, and Mental Health Double Standards — 2021-06-04

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2021 81:34


Welcome to the second episode in what is now titled “South Side Sox Estrogen Power Hour,” an all-White Sox, estrogen-based podcast to focused on the intersection of inclusivity in baseball and sports at large. Occasionally, coverage includes how the White Sox can monetize major life events (primarily funerals). In this episode, tune in as the team discusses: Welcome Janice: A tripod becomes a rickety but free-standing chair, as Janice Scurio joins the Estrogen Power Hour. Lefties, Righties, Bunting — Fact or Myth?: Have you heard that White Sox crush lefties? The team discusses facts and myths about lefties vs. righties. Also, Colleen talks more about bunting, and she is ready for folks to stop trying to explain things to her. Sleeping with The Enemy: Waddle and Silvy of ESPN 1000, the flagship White Sox radio station, think the Chicago Cubs are the feel-good story of the year, but the group rolls unrolls a long sheath of papyrus to reveal a long list of reasons Waddle and Silvy are wrong. Pride in the MLB: White Sox social media shared an image featuring Liam Hendriks to acknowledge and celebrate Pride Month. Although this is a step forward for in terms of primarily male-dominated sports in acknowledging the LGBTIQA+ community, how can organizations and the MLB do better? In Chicago, organizations like Center on Halsted and Howard Brown Health on the North Side and the Brave Space Alliance on the South Side support LGBTIQA+ communities and could use some local love and support. Leave Naomi Osaka Alone: Recently, Naomi Osaka declined media interviews to protect her mental health, which resulted in a $15,000 fine and outrage from, primarily, older white guys. This treatment is a double standard. Surprise! Baseball Players Are Humans: It is no secret that Yermín Mercedes is not having the best month. However, some shock and surprise is undue. The crew discusses why fans should expect slumps and be patient, especially for players with longer contracts. Goodbye, Bad Guys! Mickey Callaway and Marcell Ozuna are off the job, thanks in no part to their abuse of women. How will organizations continue to address abusive coaches and players? How can we expect baseball to truly be “for all” when crimes like these go unchecked? Who Do Sox Fans Want to Dump This Week?: Eaton? Abreu? Grandal? Mercedes? García? Lamb? Mendick? Who stands where in the great debate of dumpage? Keelin Forgets Nomar Mazara's Last Name: This is more of a correction that no one will probably read. More Death Stuff: Concession embalmments. Faygo embalming fluids. The usual. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

A&A Sports Show
LeBron Not Punished, Tony LaRussa, NBA Mid-Season Tournament

A&A Sports Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 38:13


In part 3 of this episode we discuss the LeBron James news in which he attended a promotional event breaking NBA Health and Safety protocols, but was not punished by the league. Should he have been punished? Tony LaRussa had some interesting comments on his own player Yermín Mercedes hitting a 3-0 homerun off a position player. We also discuss the news of a potential mid-season tournament in the NBA. Would it be good for the league? Email: doubleasportsshow@gmail.com As always be safe, be smart, and take care.

Ball in Play
How to implement a 'mercy rule' in MLB

Ball in Play

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2021 59:04


'BALL IN PLAY' presented by 'Baseball News Club'. Saturday podcast bringing the heat to your ears and increasing your baseball IQ. EP 27 =  This episode is action packed and you will listen right now while you drive or workout. 12 Cy Youngs, LAD vs HOU, Aaron Boone, Juan Soto, Yermín Mercedes, Josh Donaldson, Joe Girardi, Team USA Olympics, Oakland in Portland, Division reviews, NCAA rankings, etc. ... Music by : Dan Lebowitz 'Never you mind'

SuperHits 103.7 COSY-FM
Cosy Sports Update-05/28/2021

SuperHits 103.7 COSY-FM

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 2:55


MLB – Major League Baseball Last Night Chicago Cubs 5, Pittsburgh Pirates 3 Cleveland Indians 5, Detroit Tigers 2 Chicago White Sox 5, Baltimore Orioles 1 Cubs 5, Pirates 3 – Wait what? Bizarre sequence helps Cubs top Pirates 5-3 The Chicago Cubs took advantage of some heads-up baserunning by Jose Baez to edge the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-3. Baez got in a rundown between home and first after a routine grounder, buying time for Willson Contreras to score all the way from second. Baez reached second on the play then scored on a single by Ian Happ to help the Cubs win for the ninth time in 11 games. Gregory Polanco, Bryan Reynolds and Michael Perez homered for Pittsburgh. who lost 8 of 9. Indians 5, Tigers 2 – Bieber allows 1 hit in 7 innings, Indians top Tigers 5-2 Shane Bieber struck out 12 in seven one-hit innings, and the Cleveland Indians beat the Detroit Tigers 5-2. Bieber took a no-hitter into the seventh before Jonathan Schoop led off the bottom of that inning with a home run to left. The Cleveland right-hander then struck out three more hitters before leaving after 103 pitches. Eddie Rosario homered for the Indians, who helped Terry Francona to his 700th victory as Cleveland’s manager. Matthew Boyd allowed four runs and six hits in five innings for the Tigers, who have lost five of six. White Sox 5, Orioles 1 – Cease, Mercedes lift White Sox over slumping Orioles 5-1 Dylan Cease struck out 10, Yermín Mercedes homered and drove in three, and the Chicago White Sox handed the Baltimore Orioles their 10th straight loss, 5-1. Cease threw a career-high 111 pitches and allowed one earned run over six innings. He stumbled following a 19-minute rain delay before first pitch, allowing a single and hitting a batter before retiring his next eight and 15 of the next 18. Baltimore’s Trey Mancini was hit by a pitch in the first inning and left with a bruised right elbow. X-rays were negative. The first baseman entered Thursday second in the majors with 42 RBIs a year after being diagnosed with colon cancer. Today Cincinnati Reds at Chicago Cubs, 2:20 p.m. New York Yankees at Detroit Tigers, 7:10 p.m.                  94.9 WSJM/103.7 Cosy-FM 6:50 Baltimore Orioles at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m. NBA – National Basketball Association Playoffs – Round 1 – Best of 7 Last Night Milwaukee Bucks 113, Miami Heat 84                                          (MIL leads 3-0) Los Angeles Lakers 109, Phoenix Suns 95                                   (LAL leads 2-1) Denver Nuggets 120, Portland Trail Blazers 115                       (DEN leads 2-1) Tonight New York Knicks at Atlanta Hawks, 7:00 p.m.                              (Series tied 1-1) Brooklyn Nets at Boston Celtics, 8:30 p.m.                                (BKN leads 2-0) Los Angeles Clippers at Dallas Mavericks, 9:30 p.m.                    (DAL leads 2-0) NBA – Knicks, 76ers ban fans for unruly behavior The New York Knicks and Philadelphia 76ers each banned a fan and issued apologies for actions directed at opposing players during playoff games last night. The Knicks said they have barred a fan from Madison Square Garden for spitting on Atlanta guard Trae Young, and the Sixers banned the fan who threw popcorn on Washington guard Russell Westbrook. In addition, the Utah Jazz said three of their fans were banned indefinitely following a verbal altercation during last night’s win over Memphis. NHL – 2021 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs – Round 1 – Best of 7 Last Night Montreal Canadiens 4, Toronto Maple Leafs 3 – OT                     (TOR leads 3-2) Carolina Hurricanes 4, Nashville Predators 3 – OT                     (CAR wins 4-2) Tonight Minnesota Wild at Vegas Golden Knights, 9:00 p.m.                    (Game 7) WNBA – Women’s National Basketball Association Tonight Los Angeles Sparks at Chicago Sky, 8:00 p.m. Indiana Pacers at Las Vegas Aces, 10:30 p.m.

106.1 & 1400 WSJM Sports
Friday Morning Sports Update-05/28/2021

106.1 & 1400 WSJM Sports

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 2:55


MLB – Major League Baseball Last Night Chicago Cubs 5, Pittsburgh Pirates 3 Cleveland Indians 5, Detroit Tigers 2 Chicago White Sox 5, Baltimore Orioles 1 Cubs 5, Pirates 3 – Wait what? Bizarre sequence helps Cubs top Pirates 5-3 The Chicago Cubs took advantage of some heads-up baserunning by Jose Baez to edge the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-3. Baez got in a rundown between home and first after a routine grounder, buying time for Willson Contreras to score all the way from second. Baez reached second on the play then scored on a single by Ian Happ to help the Cubs win for the ninth time in 11 games. Gregory Polanco, Bryan Reynolds and Michael Perez homered for Pittsburgh. who lost 8 of 9. Indians 5, Tigers 2 – Bieber allows 1 hit in 7 innings, Indians top Tigers 5-2 Shane Bieber struck out 12 in seven one-hit innings, and the Cleveland Indians beat the Detroit Tigers 5-2. Bieber took a no-hitter into the seventh before Jonathan Schoop led off the bottom of that inning with a home run to left. The Cleveland right-hander then struck out three more hitters before leaving after 103 pitches. Eddie Rosario homered for the Indians, who helped Terry Francona to his 700th victory as Cleveland's manager. Matthew Boyd allowed four runs and six hits in five innings for the Tigers, who have lost five of six. White Sox 5, Orioles 1 – Cease, Mercedes lift White Sox over slumping Orioles 5-1 Dylan Cease struck out 10, Yermín Mercedes homered and drove in three, and the Chicago White Sox handed the Baltimore Orioles their 10th straight loss, 5-1. Cease threw a career-high 111 pitches and allowed one earned run over six innings. He stumbled following a 19-minute rain delay before first pitch, allowing a single and hitting a batter before retiring his next eight and 15 of the next 18. Baltimore's Trey Mancini was hit by a pitch in the first inning and left with a bruised right elbow. X-rays were negative. The first baseman entered Thursday second in the majors with 42 RBIs a year after being diagnosed with colon cancer. Today Cincinnati Reds at Chicago Cubs, 2:20 p.m. New York Yankees at Detroit Tigers, 7:10 p.m.                  94.9 WSJM/103.7 Cosy-FM 6:50 Baltimore Orioles at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m. NBA – National Basketball Association Playoffs – Round 1 – Best of 7 Last Night Milwaukee Bucks 113, Miami Heat 84                                          (MIL leads 3-0) Los Angeles Lakers 109, Phoenix Suns 95                                   (LAL leads 2-1) Denver Nuggets 120, Portland Trail Blazers 115                       (DEN leads 2-1) Tonight New York Knicks at Atlanta Hawks, 7:00 p.m.                              (Series tied 1-1) Brooklyn Nets at Boston Celtics, 8:30 p.m.                                (BKN leads 2-0) Los Angeles Clippers at Dallas Mavericks, 9:30 p.m.                    (DAL leads 2-0) NBA – Knicks, 76ers ban fans for unruly behavior The New York Knicks and Philadelphia 76ers each banned a fan and issued apologies for actions directed at opposing players during playoff games last night. The Knicks said they have barred a fan from Madison Square Garden for spitting on Atlanta guard Trae Young, and the Sixers banned the fan who threw popcorn on Washington guard Russell Westbrook. In addition, the Utah Jazz said three of their fans were banned indefinitely following a verbal altercation during last night's win over Memphis. NHL – 2021 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs – Round 1 – Best of 7 Last Night Montreal Canadiens 4, Toronto Maple Leafs 3 – OT                     (TOR leads 3-2) Carolina Hurricanes 4, Nashville Predators 3 – OT                     (CAR wins 4-2) Tonight Minnesota Wild at Vegas Golden Knights, 9:00 p.m.                    (Game 7) WNBA – Women's National Basketball Association Tonight Los Angeles Sparks at Chicago Sky, 8:00 p.m. Indiana Pacers at Las Vegas Aces, 10:30 p.m.

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans
North Side Sox Podcast 16 — What's Eating Lucas Giolito? — 2021-05-25

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 48:13


White Sox ace Lucas Giolito did not start the year the way we would have wanted. His strikeouts have fallen, fastball velocity has dropped, and he's also getting hit hard — a recipe for disaster. He's had OK starts, and bad starts — he's also given up nine home runs this year, already well past his eight in 2020's shortened season. We think that Giolito is a much better pitcher than his 3-4 record and 4.35 ERA implies. Michael Ajeto of PitcherList and our Seattle Mariners sister site, Lookout Landing, agrees, and explains why in this excellent piece written earlier this month. In this in-depth conversation about Giolito's mechanics, Mikey discusses what small adjustments Giolito needs to make to get himself right again. He may already be on the way to getting back to his old self, as his last start on May 19 he pitched eight innings, holding the Twins to one run off of two hits and striking out 11. We also discuss Mikey's PitcherList article on Tony La Russa (yeah, yeah, him again) and the problems surrounding his hiring, and the nefarious implications behind the statements he made regarding Yermín Mercedes taking Willians Astudillo of the Twins deep on a 3-0 count last week. We're always pro-player, always pro-fun. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

MoeCast
Episode 60: No-Hitters Everywhere

MoeCast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 96:22


In this episode, we kick it off with our Monday Minutes where we talk about our favorite teams (6:01); give our takes on the crazy number of no-hitters that have been thrown this year and what - if anything - should be done about it (21:01); discuss Tony La Russa, Yermín Mercedes, and the White Sox after an eventful week (34:18); do our weekly segments Who's Hot and Who's Not (42:05) and Shoutout of the Week (52:48); talk with Ethan Noone about our bets for the week (59:19); and close with a contentious Top 5 Sodas (88:20). Enjoy!

The Jonny & Josh Show
Curling Curve Balls and Yerm Warfare

The Jonny & Josh Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 52:06


With another week filled with quirky controversies and random record breakers the boys discuss more No's-No's, more K's and less  need for "Unwritten Rules". Find out what the heck Tony La Russa was on about in the Yerminator "3 and oh saga" as well as whether there is any correlation with Baseball and 'Bonspiel'

Pelota en Órbita
Episodio 63: ¿Qué está pasando?

Pelota en Órbita

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 58:27


¡2 JUEGOS SIN HIT MÁS! Spencer Turnbull y Corey Kluber subieron el conteo a 6 no-hitters en la temporada, en días consecutivos, todo sobre estas hazañas. Yermín Mercedes generó mucha polémica con su cuadrangular en cuenta de 3 y 0, Tony La Russa abordó mal la situación, a lo que nos pusimos a opinar. Los Dodgers han encontrado una garantía en su rotación: Julio Urías, quien ha demostrado que está hecho para el mejor baseball del mundo ¡Y MÁS! ¡Síguenos en redes sociales! Facebook.com/pelotaenorbita twitter.com/pelotaenorbita Instagram.com/pelotaenorbita https://youtu.be/4KCwogT0bf0

The Warehouse - BSL Radio - MLB & Baltimore Orioles Talk

Topics Discussed: - ESPN / Kurkijan: How the 'K' became the most destructive letter in Major League Baseball Agree / Disagree? - The Athletics are considering (with MLB support) leaving Oakland. Your thoughts on Expansion, Realignment, Restructuring? - CBS Sports: Six problems with how Tony La Russa handled the Yermín Mercedes situation - Thoughts on Ohtani and Trout (Trout out for 6-8 weeks)? - Thoughts on the White Sox, and Cardinals? - Kiley McDaniel's May 11th Mock had the Orioles selecting Henry Davis, C, Louisville. Who is Stephen currently projecting?

Ida y Vuelta
Ida y Vuelta: 19 de mayo de 2021

Ida y Vuelta

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2021 25:09


Anyuri le sale huyendo a cantar el Himno Nacional en la pelea de "Chemito"; debate en Grandes Ligas por el batazo de HR de Yermín Mercedes; Alemania revela lista de convocados para la Eurocopa; Spencer Turnbull logra no hitter para los Detroit Tigers; Shohei Ohtani sigue sumando cuadrangulares.

GSMC Baseball Podcast
GSMC Baseball Podcast Episode 522: Old Man Yells at The Clouds

GSMC Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 84:16


Yermín Mercedes hits a home run; local Snowflake doesn't approve. More at 11, but first, Graham walks you through the updated standings, hot performances, and Joey Wendle's childhood. All this, and more, only at the GSMC baseball podcast.If you enjoyed this episode, follow us and subscribe to the show: you can find us on iTunes or on any app that carries podcasts as well as on YouTube. Please remember to subscribe and give us a nice review. That way you will always be among the first to get the latest GSMC Baseball Podcasts.We would like to thank our Sponsor: GSMC Podcast NetworkAdvertise with US: https://gsmcpodcast.com/advertise-with-usWebsite: https://gsmcpodcast.com/gsmc-baseball-podcastApple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/gsmc-baseball-podcast/id1122796551 GSMC YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF8Qial15ufp9uS_1-4F6auhV_JDoMt-YTwitter: https://twitter.com/GSMC_baseball Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gsmcbaseball/Disclaimer: The views expressed on the GSMC baseball Podcast are for entertainment purposes only. Reproduction, copying or redistribution of The GSMC baseball Podcast without the express written consent of Golden State Media Concepts LLC is prohibited.

Ni Pichas Ni Cachas
NPNC Episodio 11 - No Hitter de Corey Kluber, Pujols en Dodgers, Yermín & La Russa, y más de MLB

Ni Pichas Ni Cachas

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 66:12


Andrukos y Gebaku son dos aficionados Yankees que discuten sobre el equipo de sus amores y sobre lo que acontece semana a semana en las Grandes Ligas. No siempre coinciden, pero sus distintas personalidades y argumentos entre datos, números y posturas harán que pases un gran rato y te unas a la charla sobre el rey de los deportes. Pásenle, pásenle, esto es Ni Pichas Ni Cachas Ni dejas Datear! ¿Para ti cuál fue la noticia de la semana en la MLB? Háznoslo saber en nuestras redes sociales: Twitter twitter.com/nipichas Instagram instagram.com/nipichas Facebook facebook.com/nipichas TikTok tiktok.com/nipichas Anfitriones: Andrés Roberto twitter.com/andrukos Gerardo Barroso twitter.com/gebaku

Bleav in the Southside
Bleav in White Sox Podcast 2 — A decent W-L week, a terrible "unwritten rules" week — 2021-05-21

Bleav in the Southside

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 44:19


Brett Ballantini and Tommy Barbee hop on to review the mildly successful past week of White Sox baseball, a look ahead to a Yankees series that will pit "no walks" Gerrit Cole against "no swing" Yasmani Grandal, and an extended look at the "unwritten rules" controversy centered around Tony La Russa and Yermín Mercedes.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Shed Some Lite
Ep. 78: What's the Best Day of the Week to Drink?

Shed Some Lite

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 57:02


The boys are back with another Friday episode! Today is White Sox heavy in discussion after an interesting series with the Minnesota Twins and there was a brief moment where Yermín Mercedes actually followed us on social media. We wrap up the show with a hilarious discussion on what truly is the best day of the week to crack open a couple beers. We want to year your thoughts so let us know! Follow us on social media! Instagram: https://instagram.com/shedsomelitepod Twitter: https://twitter.com/shedsomelite Email: shedsomelitepodcast@gmail.com Leave us a message: https://anchor.fm/shedsomelite-44/message --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shedsomelite-44/support

BREAKING: A Baseball News Podcast
Ep 14: Family Matters Starring Tony La Russa

BREAKING: A Baseball News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 57:28


Tim and TC take a look at Tony La Russa's comments about Yermín Mercedes' deep shot off heralded fire-baller Willians Astudillo. So many unwritten rules to parse, including but not limited to: don't swing the bat when winning, and you can criticize anyone publicly so long as you say they're family. It's not easy being in TLR's family, that's for sure. 1:00 This Week's Big Idea: Tony La Russa Calls Out Yermín Mercedes 14:00 The Astudillo Angle 21:30 What is Old School? 25:00 MLB's Dollars For Dongs Program 29:30 The Clubhouse Angle 33:00 TLR's Family Matters 44:15 This Week in Baseball: Mike Trout to IL, Jojo Romero, Kevin Pillar, Danny Duffy, and $1 for Cameron Maybin 49:30: Boots and Suspenders: Spooky Scary Manny Machado Follow Tim on Twitter: @TimJacksonSays Follow TC on Twitter: @tczencka Get PL+ and join our community!: https://www.pitcherlist.com/plus/

Rays The Roof: A Tampa Bay Rays Podcast
Breaking Baseball's "Unwritten Rules" (RTR Ep. 53)

Rays The Roof: A Tampa Bay Rays Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 54:57


The Rays are playing really well right now, seemingly hitting their stride, and we discuss that and more on this newest episode on Rays The Roof. We also discuss the current saga going on with the Chicago White Sox and unwritten rules involving rookie star Yermín Mercedes and manager Tony La Russa, and let's just say, it's the players against the manager in a big way. Thanks for listening and make sure to follow RTR on all of our social media accounts @RaysTheRoofTB, our YouTube channel, Rays The Roof, and our website, raystherooftb.com, for more Rays news, highlights and more! As always, Rays Up! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

White Sox Talk Podcast
Tony La Russa, Yermín Mercedes and White Sox taking it to Twins

White Sox Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 30:34


In one of the most unforgettable series in recent memory, the battle between the White Sox and Twins was also a dividing line between old-school and new-school baseball. Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey and Vinnie Duber talk about everything from Yermín Mercedes launching a home run on a 3-0 pitch in a blowout to Tony La Russa sticking to the unwritten rules of baseball to the White Sox taking two of three from the Twins in a series that buried Minnesota even further into the basement of the AL Central.1:55 - Summing up a tense White Sox-Twins series7:00 - La Russa - Mercedes fall out16:48 - Throwing at batters for retaliation

EE Fantasy Podcast
Episodio 8 - No hitters, No Trout y un No a las reglas “no escritas”

EE Fantasy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 36:34


Van seis juegos sin hits ni carreras en la temporada de las Grandes Ligas y aún no cumplimos dos meses de temporadas. Hablamos sobre los pitchers dominantes y algunas sorpresas hasta los momentos. También conversamos sobre la lesión de Mike Trout y las opciones para el OF, así como de Corey Seager y quiénes pueden hacer el trabajo en el SS. Por último, pero no menos importante, tocamos el tema de Yermín Mercedes, Tony La Russa y las reglas no escritas del béisbol.

The Common Good Podcast
May 19, 2021

The Common Good Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 73:08


(00:00-8:59): Brian and Aubrey reacted to White Sox Manager Tony La Russa's comments on the Twins throwing behind Yermín Mercedes. They also chatted about former President Barack Obama's comments on UFO videos during an interview on The Late Late Show with James Corden.  (8:59-29:10): Doug Bursch, Co-pastor of Evergreen Foursquare Church and Host of “The Fairly Spiritual Show” podcast, joined Brian and Aubrey to chat about his new book, “Posting Peace: Why Social Media Divides Us and What We Can Do About It.” Learn more about Doug and his book at fairlyspiritual.org and connect with him on Twitter at  @fairlyspiritual  (29:10-37:40): Brian and Aubrey shared their thoughts on Thor Benson's NBC News article, “Back to normal? Psychologists warn the pandemic could have lasting effects.” (37:40-46:23): Brian and Aubrey reacted to the House passing an anti-Asian hate crimes bill. They also discussed the need for Christians to take a stand against racism.  (46:23-1:03:39): Dr. Michael Brown, Founder and President of FIRE School of Ministry, Host of the nationally syndicated daily talk radio show “The Line of Fire” and author of more than 40 books, joined Brian and Aubrey to chat about his new book, “Has God Failed You?: Finding Faith When You're Not Even Sure God Is Real” Learn more about Dr. Brown and his books at at askdrbrown.org and connect with him on Twitter at @DrMichaelLBrown (1:03:39-1:13:08): Brian and Aubrey chatted about American Idol. They discussed Willie Spence's amazing performance of “Glory,” and fan reaction to Casey Bishop being eliminated from the show. They also offered encouragement on trusting God when life doesn't go our way, or when we get rejected. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Drive
Examining further the Tony La Russa/Yermín Mercedes situation

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 12:11


Cap & Jamin exchange thoughts on how White Sox situation maybe festering. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fantasy Focus Baseball
Current School

Fantasy Focus Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 46:24


Karl Ravech joins Buster to discuss Tony La Russa throwing Yermín Mercedes under the bus for swinging on a 3-0 count, Mike Trout's injury and Detroit's Spencer Turnbull throwing a no-hitter. Then, Hembo stops by to talk about carrying the torch for the Old School, the tidal wave of no-hitters, and the dust-up between Joe Girardi and Jean Segura. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Beisebol Mundo Afora
Beisebol Mundo Afora #1 - O início

Beisebol Mundo Afora

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 70:34


Olá, pessoal! Esse é podcast do Beisebol Mundo Afora. A partir de hoje, todas as quartas feiras, você terá um episódio novinho com histórias, curiosidades e por que não, algumas atualizações da MLB e as principais ligas do mundo. Tópicos abordados no episódio de hoje: Por que amamos beisebol? Beisebol é chato? Três decepções da temporada da MLB até aqui Três surpresas positivas Shohei Ohtani, Yermím Mercedes e Nolan Arenado Dica cultural da semana (Filme: Moneyball) Dicas de perfis para seguir da #MLBnoBrasil Participantes Everton Vasconcelos (@beisebolmafora) Luiz Eduardo Mouta (@basebolabrasil) Arte de divulgação Ana Gabriela (@anilhaka)

Dorm Room Dispute
Free Yermín and James "Blind" Bucket

Dorm Room Dispute

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 57:53


Mitchell rants about Tony La Russa being the gatekeeper of baseball's unwritten rules and the fallout of punishing Yermin Mercedes for hitting a home run on a 3-0 count. He also discusses Lebron James' clutch shot and why he ruined the moment by being overdramatic with his injury. Marshall Macaluso joins the show at 29:00 to laugh at the White Sox, talk about Lebron being goofy, Tim Tebow going to the Jaguars, and more.

Dorm Room Dispute
Free Yermín and James "Blind" Bucket

Dorm Room Dispute

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 57:53


Mitchell rants about Tony La Russa being the gatekeeper of baseball's unwritten rules and the fallout of punishing Yermin Mercedes for hitting a home run on a 3-0 count. He also discusses Lebron James' clutch shot and why he ruined the moment by being overdramatic with his injury. Marshall Macaluso joins the show at 29:00 to laugh at the White Sox, talk about Lebron being goofy, Tim Tebow going to the Jaguars, and more.

La Sacó del Estadio
MLB Quinto no hitter del año

La Sacó del Estadio

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 22:27


Espisodio 491 #Podcast contanos rollos sobre deportes americanos y ne MLB Spencer Turnbull logró el quinto No Hitter de la temporada✔️Cumbre entre Messi y Suárez en Madrid✔️Monty Williams coach del año de la NBA✔️Futbolistas peruanos invitan a votar no comunista ✔️Celtics a Playoffs donde enfrentan a los Nets✔️Evoluciona Kevin Pillar después del bolazo que recibió en la nariz✔️Acción de Yermín Mercedes caldea los ánimos entre Twins y White Sox. Geopodcast 3 equipos argentinos aseguraron clasificación a Octavos de Final de Copa LibertadoresPresidente de Argentina dice estar listo para una Copa América de TV. Geopodcast #Sportstreaming desde Chile, Colombia y USA con Danny Marulanda y Kenneth Garay, Conduce: Andrés Nieto Molina. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nietomolina/support

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Karl Ravech joins Buster to discuss Tony La Russa throwing Yermín Mercedes under the bus for swinging on a 3-0 count, Mike Trout’s injury and Detroit’s Spencer Turnbull throwing a no-hitter. Then, Hembo stops by to talk about carrying the torch for the Old School, the tidal wave of no-hitters, and the dust-up between Joe Girardi and Jean Segura.

KXnO Sports Fanatics
White Sox - Twins Beef, MLB's Unwritten Rules and Nate Teut - Wednesday Show Hour 1

KXnO Sports Fanatics

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 43:31


The guys kick off a Hump Day from the Iowa Drinks Whiskey event at Ken's - a not so secret speakeasy, and dive into the controversy of Chicago White Sox Manager Tony La Russa and some from the Minnesota Twins taking exception to Yermín Mercedes hitting a home run off a 3-0 pitch from a position player in a blowout. They get into La Russa being old school, sportsmanship and what to expect when you pitch a position player before Erick Zamora explains that after being back from illness he has it in writing he does not have chlamydia. General Manager of the Des Moines Buccaneers and former MLB pitcher Nate Teut joins to talk about the unwritten rules of baseball, how hard it is to hit a home run off a 47 miles per hour pitch and being fined in kangaroo court. Finally Bruno joins to talk about the Iowa Drinks Whiskey event.

KXnO Sports Fanatics
White Sox - Twins Beef, MLB's Unwritten Rules and Nate Teut - Wednesday Show Hour 1

KXnO Sports Fanatics

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 43:31


The guys kick off a Hump Day from the Iowa Drinks Whiskey event at Ken's - a not so secret speakeasy, and dive into the controversy of Chicago White Sox Manager Tony La Russa and some from the Minnesota Twins taking exception to Yermín Mercedes hitting a home run off a 3-0 pitch from a position player in a blowout. They get into La Russa being old school, sportsmanship and what to expect when you pitch a position player before Erick Zamora explains that after being back from illness he has it in writing he does not have chlamydia. General Manager of the Des Moines Buccaneers and former MLB pitcher Nate Teut joins to talk about the unwritten rules of baseball, how hard it is to hit a home run off a 47 miles per hour pitch and being fined in kangaroo court. Finally Bruno joins to talk about the Iowa Drinks Whiskey event.

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans
South Side Sox Podcast 44 — Tony La Russa and the Unwritten Rules — 2021-05-18

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 39:07


As much as we didn't want to do this podcast tonight, we had to address the Chicago White Sox manager enforcing “Major League Baseball” “unwritten rules” on his rookie star. Highlights of our talk about the dumbfuckery of this Tony La Russa/Yermín Mercedes kerfuffle: Why in the world do we have to talk about La Russa's clown act with the White Sox as the best team in baseball? Is there any aspect of this “controversy” that is acceptable, namely Yermín swinging through a take sign? Brett lets you know what the answer is probably no, as La Russa let another tell leak in his pregame Zoom today Boston runs on Yermín Mercedes when he was pitching earlier in the season and that's OK ... but swinging the bat during an at-bat isn't? Welcome Anders Johanson to South Side Sox, and he gets a trial by fire hopping right into this fray — and listen to how spectacularly Brett mispronounces his name, in unique MIDWESTERN fashion! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Athletic Fantasy Baseball Podcast
Corbin Martin is back, Nando's neverending rebuild, and shifting bullpen roles

The Athletic Fantasy Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 60:07


Nando, Ian and DVR discuss Corbin Martin's return to the big leagues, a neverending Nando rebuild in a Scoresheet dynasty league, another round of "Ian's Guys", and changes in the bullpens in Toronto, San Francisco, Minnesota and Detroit. Rundown 5:05 Corbin Martin is Back! 12:15 Nando's Neverending Scoresheet Rebuild 19:07 More of Ian's Guys 26:42 A Closer Look at Toronto, San Francisco, Minnesota & Detroit Bullpens 31:13 DVR Picks a Random Number 45:56 Yes, We're on Yermín's Side 51:15 Match the Affiliate Follow Nando on Twitter: @nandodifino Follow Ian on Twitter: @IanKahn4 Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper e-mail: fantasypods@theathletic.com, use subject line 'Under the Radar' Subscribe for just $1/month to start: theathletic.com/fantasybaseballpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

White Sox Talk Podcast
How the White Sox found Yermín Mercedes, plus Jake Burger's comeback

White Sox Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2021 29:20


Yermín Mercedes has been one of the best stories in baseball in the early stages of the 2021 season as he's completed his journey from unknown prospect to the American League Rookie of the Month. So how did the White Sox find him? Chuck Garfien speaks with White Sox assistant general manager Chris Getz, who explains how the team came upon Mercedes in 2017, the path Mercedes took to the majors, how Mercedes forced his way on the Opening Day roster and if he believes Mercedes can stick in the majors.(4:10) - How did a talent like Yermín Mercedes go under the radar for so long?(9:05) - Scouting Mercedes in the minors(14:00) - How other teams are reacting to his success(17:50) - Now a beer is named after him!(20:00) - Jake Burger's growth in the minors this year

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans
Sharing Sox Podcast 35 — Dylan Ohtani Edition — 2021-05-06

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 32:28


Waiting to record until after Wednesday afternoon's White Sox game sure provided a whole lot of new material for Sharing Sox. SSS duty geezer Leigh Allan, his son and west coast correspondent, Will, and their special guest, renowned theatre director/artistic director/founder/lifelong Sox fan Jim Sullivan, get to lace into all the dumb moves Tony La Russa made in the 10th inning alone, then go back to tear up the Hall-of-Famer Baseball Person over past stupidities. As you can imagine, delineating La Russa incompetences took quite a while, but the trio managed to also praise the starting pitching, question the bullpen, and, of course, worry over the repercussions of Luis Robert's absence. Naturally, that last included sage advice to the aforementioned HOFBP on how to proceed. Other questions included wondering why the h#*! Yermín Mercedes wasn't given a chance to catch in one of the games in Cincinnati, where he was lost to the offense because of the lack of a DH; what the h#*! Luis González was brought up for if he isn't going to get a chance to play and demonstrate he's not a major leaguer; and, of course, when will we get to see Dylan Ohtani take over in center field. Oh, yeah — then there was a whole bunch of ranting and raving about the incredible boredom of games that are all strikeouts, walks and homers, and the profound need of MLB to wise up and change the balls and the rules to stop it before the audience is completely gone. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices