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This week, Dustin is joined by new guests John Town and Brett Phillips to discuss the week that was for the Tampa Bay Rays. There's also some highlights on key prospects in the Rays system including Willy Adames, Johnny Field and more!
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Mid-May finds the White Sox and our hosts in a strange place: the Sox are in first place and all there is to talk about is how they keep an excellent start to the season going. With the wind at their backs, Nick, Collin and James take out time to:
--Trash all of the other AL Central contenders
--Wonder aloud what's up with Jose Abreu
--Discuss whether the Sox will seek rotation help or bats in the trade market
--Deal with the ups and downs of Carlos Rodon
-Much, much more
On this episode Frank sits down with Twins prospect Trevor Hildenberger to talk about live on and off the field, also we got some on field players interviews from Fort Myers Hammond Stadium. Frank also goes over his to AAA players of April. #WeAreMiLB!!
August 22nd Dana's guest will be Ethan Chapman. Ethan is in the midst of his first professional baseball season with the Kansas City Royals Affiliate, the Idaho Falls Chukars. Be sure to stay on the podcast because the call got dropped midstream but picks back up!!
In high school in Uplands, CA, Ethan got a varsity letter 4 times, was 4-time all league, 2 time all (CIF), 2 time team MVP, League Offensive player of year, Senior All Star, CIF Player of the Year, and 3-time Captain. In his senior year he batted .685 with a Nation-Leading 74 RBI's!
In playing high school football he also got a varsity letter 3 times, was 3-time all league, all CIF, team MVP, senior All Star, 2007-08 Offensive Player of the Year and 3-time Captain.
In College at Cal State San Bernardino, he was first team all Conference, Rawlings All West Region team, Writers Association, "Freshman of the Year" scholarship athlete, Performer of the Year, two-time team captain, CA Collegiate Athletic Associaion Player of the Week, Performer of the Week Press Enterprise, first Team All Conference, All West Region, and 2012 Gold Glove winner.
At the End of the first half of the 2012 season, he led the team in games played, batting average, at bats, runs scored, hits, triples, total bases, base on balls, stolen bases, on-base percentage, OBS (on base + slugging), and was player of the month for June.
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On this episode of The Shift, Bryan is joined by Matt Goldman of Beyond the Box Score and MLB Daily Dish. Bryan and Matt discuss the important things ... namely the San Francisco Giants and whether or not Buster Posey should move off of catcher. You know, the things America needs to know.
New York Mets pitcher Zack Wheeler's UCL tear, Tommy John surgery, and the road he took in getting to the operating table are discussed in detail by baseball pitching motion expert Angel Borrelli and Joe Janish. In the process, Angel dispels myths about pitching through pain, the thought that "pitching is unnatural," as well as the idea that pitching injuries are "inevitiable." Instead, she provides hope, clarity, and guidance toward preventing pitching injuries. Additionally, she offers the most fundamental key to pitching velocity.
The voices of the minor leagues make their appearance on Artificial Turf Wars, as Jesse Goldberg-Strassler of the Lansing Lugnuts and Ben Wagner of the Buffalo Bisons stop by to discuss Andy Burns, top prospects and life at various levels of the minors. Greg, Josh, and Chris also run through the recent stories surrounding the team including the excellent starting pitching, some issues with Troy Tulowitzki's glove, hitting woes, Ryan Tepera's brief return to the club, and the bizarre way managers handle bullpens in the ninth inning. Finally the guys answer a few listener questions, look at a bizarre "shift" from Buck Martinez, and tackle the cliché of major leaguers being former shortstops.
Just seany and I discissing all he important topics!
Things that will be discussed.
Dee Gordon and his PEDS, upsetting? Mad? How do you feel?
Tommy Pham and his timeline coming back and what he will bring to the table.
The number 2 hole a very imoortant power spot!
Oquendo and why we miss him
Is Matt Holliday still a number 3 hitter?
Grichuk. Good looking guy, good baseball player?
Is Arrieta a grimey cheater too?
The first episode of Chop Country Radio - a live podcast dedicated to the discussion of the Atlanta Braves and their fans.
The Chop Country forums were established as a viable alternative to keep a close-knit group of Atlanta Braves fans together. The roots of this online fanbase of the Atlanta Braves can be traced all the way back to 2002, and in some cases, even earlier.
Although our beloved Braves are rebuilding, there is surely hope for the future!
But either way, we won't suffer alone!
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