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Dan the Man and The Big Jack host the Tuesday edition of Sports Time Radio. Check out the website www.SportsTimeRadio.com The podcast starts with Hayden Kane joining us to look at the upcoming 2015 season for the Colorado Rockies. Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez are still wearing Colorado uniforms; see if hayden thinks they'll stay in one all season. We'll look at the batting order. pitching rotation and the bullpen as well as a few other questions that will come up. Otherwise the NCAA tournamnet is starting this week. Did Dan fill out a bracket? does he know what this tournamment is for? Remember that any sporta t any time or anywhere = Sports Time Radio Follow us all on Twitter @Spostimeradio @danzeeeman @Mrfanofpsorts & @Burketime
Hello baseball fans. Welcome back to another edition of The Rosterbatorical, the official MLB Daily Dish podcast. Episode 18 is a news-filled episode. Chris Schubert is joined by Matt Goldman and Mike Bates once again to talk about all of these news. The NL West took most of the headlines, with both the Rockies and Diamondbacks making trades and the Dodgers signing Howie Kendrick. The guys get into all of that this week.
0:00- Mike talks TwinsFest and being in Iowa during this time of year
1:59- Rockies trade
11:18- Dodgers sign Howie Kendrick/CBA talk
20:04- D-Backs trade
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And as always, make sure to leave your thoughts in the comments below or on Twitter @MLBDailyDish, @ChrisRSchubert, @TheOriginalBull and @MikeBatesSBN. We want your questions for next week's episode.
After a rocky start our technical glitches ironed themselves out. In first half hour it was all Thunderwolves football. In second half of show touched on Colorado Rockies and Denver Broncos.
Sasquatch Investigations of the Rockies is the only Bigfoot research group whose origins
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We pride ourselves in trying to be a friend to them always. No strings attached. Harming one or associating with people who do so knowingly has never been an option. It has been and always will be friendship first, evidence second.
This approach has allowed us a glimpse into their world. We have forged strong friendships as a result of patience and caring. We share what we receive in hopes it will educate you in their ways respectfully.
When we are in their home, they are treated with the same dignity and respect everyone should be entitled to by right in our great country. Anything less in our eyes is and always will be unacceptable.
Our goals are to push for more openness within the Bigfoot research community and to present evidence that will help in protection efforts of this unknown, iconic species.
The Washington Nationals and Colorado Rockies were tied at 1-1 in the eighth until Jayson Werth broke it open with a two-out, two-run triple. 4-1 Nats win. Stephen Strasburg's dominant. And the New York Mets lose. 3.5 out in the NL East.
Washington Nationals' right-hander Stephen Strasburg came off the DL with a dominant performance against the Colorado Rockies, striking out 12 batters in seven inning in a 6-1 win in Nationals Park. He also collected three hits. Go Strasburg.
Corey Dickerson is gone, you guys. Traded Thursday for (would you believe it?) a Schlotzky's sandwich and a handful of Enron stock. SMDH. Oh wait no, left-handed reliever Jake McGee and minor league starting prospect German Marquez (who is not German, just FYI) are on the way to Colorado to complete the deal. The Rockies also sent minor leaguer Kevin Padlo, a fun and talented prsopect blocked in the system, to the Rays. What does it all mean?
The initial reaction to this trade is basically that the sky has already fallen, Jeff Bridich is a knucklehead who throws darts at a spinning wheel of pizza to make his roster decisions, and life is a willful and yet empty pursuit of nothingness. We'll try to calm that down a bit with some numbers that suggest maybe the Rockies aren't quite as different a team minus C-Dick as you think. And maybe (gasp!) the Rockies have actualy improved their roster this offseason -- albeit in admittedly strange fashion.
Plus...well no, that's really about it for this episode. But the PDP returns to its weekly schedule soon with pitchers and catchers just weeks from reporting to Arizona. Catch the fever!
Top Rockies outfield prospect David Dahl joins the first PDP of 2016 to discuss his splenectomy, his strong finish to the 2015 season after his return, his rooting interests in the college football national title game, and more.
Then, Anthony and Tyler go off radar with a viewing of the 13th inning of the 2007 National League Wild Card Tiebreaker from beginning to end. We loved it. Maybe you'll hate it. SPOILER: The Rockies won, and we felt happiness for a moment.
Join Dave Nichols of District Sports Page and Patrick Reddington of Federal baseball talk about the Washington Nationals 6-5 loss to Colorado Rockies.
The Purple Dinosaur Podcast returns to bring you holiday cheer! Just kidding, the D-backs are building a rotation Death Star with Tuesday's acquisition of Shelby Miller and the signing of Zack Greinke, and every other team is better than your team. We discuss that and what the Rockies can do to at least somewhat close the gap for 2016.
Plus Anthony and Tyler take you through their crazy last two months, field your #AskPDP questions, discuss potential landing spots for Carlos Gonzalez, and much more.
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Conflict comes not only in major ways between groups and nations, but also in real and persistent ways between strangers, neighbors, friends, and family. Join author Mark Andreas as he shares from his book “Sweet Fruit from the Bitter Tree” a collection of true stories of how ordinary people resolved intense conflict in creative and surprising ways most of us would never think of. Whether you are experiencing conflict with others or within yourself, learn ways to resolve these challenging situations by staying connected through difficulty and drawing on creative inner resources.
Mark Andreas lives in Boulder CO, where he runs a Personal Change coaching private practice assisting people in achieving life-goals and resolving limitations using NLP, Core Transformation, and other methods for personal transformation and development (www.markandreas.com.) Mark trains NLP around the country, is instructor of NLP at Red Rocks Community College, and is a trainer for the NLP of the Rockies’ Real World Integrated NLP Practitioner Training program. Mark is Author of the books “Sweet Fruit from the Bitter Tree: 61 stories of creative and compassionate ways out of conflict,” a collection of true stories of creative responses to conflict, endorsed by Dan Millman and William Ury, and “Waltzing with Wolverines: finding connection and cooperation with troubled teens” about his experience working with “at risk” teens while leading a 24/7 wilderness therapy program in the mountains of Colorado.
It's the middle of January, and Yoenis Cespedes does not have a contract. The Mets are reportedly interested in bringing back their previously rented star, but only on a short-term deal. The question is whether or not Cespedes may be willing to accept such a deal. Since no team seems to be knocking down his door to offer a six year deal, will the market come back to Mets' standards? Did Yoenis enjoy his time in New York, and respect the pitching staff to a point where he prefers to play in Queens?
Then there's Justin Upton. He could also be the big bat the Mets need, but where would he play in the field? Would the Mets move the pieces around to make room for Upton? Will Upton accept a (very) short-term deal?
Gerrardo Parra has signed with the Rockies. The Rockies now have an abundance to outfielders, Charlie Blackmon and Carlos Gonzalez to name a couple. Should the Mets be trying to engineer a deal with Colorado?
Then there's the yearly question of the bullpen. Antonio Bastardo is out there, but guess what? The Mets want him on a short-term deal. Does this make sense? What are the options?
Join Rising Apple's Danny Abriano, Mike Lecolant, and me, Rich Sparago at 9 pm, January 14th to discuss these and other Mets matters. Give us a call to join the conversation at 646-929-0337.
Looking forward to talking some Mets baseball!
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