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  • 00:11

    #6 - San Francisco Giants All-Star Catcher Buster Posey (Diamond #4)

    in Sports

    Recorded the day after San Francisco Giants Rookie Chris Heston pitched a no-hitter vs. the New York Mets, Buster Posey made an appearance at the TOPPS Baseball Card offices in downtown Manhattan.  I spoke with Posey in an exclusive interview about his role as a "Face" of MLB, & a review of the Giants 2015 campaign.

  • 01:03

    On Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers are at the point of no return

    in Football

    On this edition of The Versus Podcast, it's time to have a 'Come to Jesus' moment about Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers. Is Kaepernick's future with the franchise in question, or can this organization salvage the quarterback situation and make it work moving forward? 

    Also, the Oakland Raiders might not be a bad team this year. It's a celebration in the East Bay! Can the Fighting Derek Carr's keep it up? 

    Finally, we introduce Logan's Lounge onto the podcast, where we use the #AskTVP hashtag and answer absurd questions about Drake vs. Future vs. Meek Mill, blocking and more. 

  • 00:31

    Interview with Insurance Broker Dawnn Hills-San Francisco Bay Area

    in Entrepreneur

    As a former corporate sales trainer and now owning a sales training organization, I speak with hundreds of agents, managers, and brokers across the country about sales performance.

    I am delighted to interview Dawnn Hills, an insurance broker in the San Francisco Bay Area, a professional with over 15 years in the industry. Little did I know, but we both worked at the same San Jose, CA agency for a about 4 years ago.

    Dawnn will toot her own horn, but I must say that she is a genuine people person...which is a rare quality in this industry of managing people.

    Thanks for listening to today's show.

  • 00:18

    San Francisco 49ers Preview: SGP Two-a-Days

    in Football

    The San Francisco 49ers look NOTHING like the team they were even a month ago. Retirements, trades, arrests and the exit of Jim Harbaugh to the University of Michigan, is there any hope for the 49ers to be competitive in a division that has some of the best football teams on the planet?

    Charly the 49ers Superfan from Next Fan Up thinks that it is possible for this team to compete in the challenging NFC West. 

    To listen to Next Fan Up visit BlogTalkRadio.com/NextFanUp

    To Follow Charly @TheCharlySmith

  • 00:36

    2015 NFL SuperFan Series: the San Francisco 49ers

    in Sports

    In continuing to rock the NFL "SuperFan" series 2015-style, I will preview the San Francisco 49ers' upcoming season with Niners' fan/Alabama alum/SEC elitst Sedrick HaII. 

    Topics to be covered include:

    What went wrong with the 2014 49ers?
    Thoughts on the Niners' draft?
    Why in the hell did the Niners fire Jim Harbaugh?
    Can Colin Kaepernick lead the Niners back to the Promised Land?
    How will the Niners fare in 2015?

  • 00:30

    Aaron Rodgers leads 3-0 Packers against the San Francisco 49ers

    in Sports

    Insert your catchy story line right here. This game has a number of fascinating storys to go along with the game. Mike McCarthy was on the San Francisco 49ers staff when they passed up Aaron Rodgers and took Alex Smith with the first pick, in the 2005 NFL draft. Rodgers favorite team growing up was the San Francisco 49ers. He is also a California native. Colin Kaepernick is a Wisconsin native, and has never lost a game to the Packers (3-0 including playoffs). Kaepernicks' single game career highs in passing yards (412) and rushing yards (181) both came against the Packers.

    Now that the story lines are out of the way, lets take a look at the keys to the game. Aaron Rodgers has been nothing short of spectacular through the first three weeks of the NFL season (67-91, 771 yards, 10 tds). The offense has taken on a different dimension with the loss of Jordy Nelson, but they have averaged 32 points per game. That is more than double the 15 points per game that the San Francisco 49ers have averaged per game. The 49ers have relied on Carlos Hyde who ranks third, in the NFL, in rushing with 262 yards. 

    The Packers will have to have excellent lane discipline to contain Kaepernick, and should try to keep him in the pocket. When he breaks the pocket, he can be dangerous with his arm and legs. If the Packers can win at the point of attack, like they did against Seattle and Kansas City, they could make it long day for the 49ers. Rodgers will have to continue using all of his weapons. The short passing game and run after the catch have equated to three victories. The 49ers defense gives up 31 points per game and are allowing 284 passing yards per game. On paper, this is a huge advantage for Rodgers and the Packers offense. To maintain the momentum, the Packers will have to protect the ball and keep the penalties to a minimum.  Listen in to the show to hear who Evan and Troy pick to win the game.

  • 00:51

    Bonta and Eddie: The San Francisco Giants Dynasty and The 2014-15 NBA Season

    in Sports

    On this edition of the Versus Podcast, Bonta and Ed decided to spew 50 minutes of madness amongst each other, and that produced nothing but hilarity. Joining the lightskin duo to make some fun history was the homie Sean from Virginia. He got plenty of chuckles from Ed's breakdown on his Halloween shenanigans, which included the purchase of some Crown Royale Maple Whisky that made him so hungover that he stumbled into the studio two hours late.

    Also, Bonta shared the excitement that hit the San Francisco streets in the last week, as he celebrated the San Francisco Giants third World Series championship in five years, staying all night on some tomfoolery, and his experience walking down Market Street during the parade like his name was Willie Mays. Later in the podcast, Eddie rants about the trouble that looms with his Oklahoma City Thunder while Bonta and Sean laugh hysterically, while also dissecting the Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard altercation.

    Thank you for supporting the movement as we try to make some fun history together. Hosted by Eddie Maisonet. Produced by Bonta Hill. Diversified by Doc Archer. Created for the people. Subscribe to The Versus Podcast on iTunes and Stitcher Radio.

  • 01:03

    Ep. 54 - Giants Talk from San Francisco

    in Television

    It is fitting that the 54th episode of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast is Giants-themed, as they celebrate their 60th anniversary of the 1954 World Championship. And now that the Mets have been swept out of town, the animosity will be much less so in my tone.

    Live from outside the ballpark in San Francisco, Jersey native and Giants fan Rich Rodgers will join us to discuss how his fandom manifested itself and stories from the years gone by. Podcast mainstay Steve Rothschild will join us as well.

    So, why don't YOU join us at 10am PT for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast?!

  • 00:24

    Mitchell Interviews Dr. Patrick San Francisco, Founder of The Light Movement

    in Lifestyle

    Mitchell's guest today is Dr. Patrick San Francisco from India.  Patrick travels the world to heal, teach and speak on many topics about changing our consciousness.

    He is the founder of The LIght Movement through which he teaches a light and color healing system, and is the co-founder with his wife of the Samapran, committed to building eco-friendly structures where they have been destroyed by earthquakes such as Nepal and providing global support and assistance of any kind where there is humanitarians ecological, environmental and animal welfare.

    Patrick was a speaker at a Conference recently at the U.N. that Mitchell and colleagues attended about the use of plastic bottles as building materials for earthquake-resistant housing.

    For more, go to: http://lightmovement.org/ and https://samarpanfoundation.org

  • 00:10

    San Francisco Giants' Bobby Evans On his Relationship with Christ (GLM #171)

    in Baseball

    He is the assistant general manager for the San Francisco Giants. He played an important role in helping the organization win two World Series titles in 2010 and 2012. He also assisted the Giants in being named the Topps Organization of the Year in both 2009 and 2011 and the Baseball America Organization of the Year in 2010. Along with negotiating all major league player contracts, he helps to acquire free agents and signing minor league talent. In 2012, he received the Bowie Kuhn Award, which is presented annually to an individual, team or organization which demonstrates support of the chapel program in professional baseball.

    He became a Christian at 7-years-old and for the past 21 years, he has been a faithful member of First Baptist Church in San Francisco. He has served on the leadership board of First Baptist for 18 years, and he makes worship attendance with his family a priority.

    In an interview with the Baptist Press, he said of his faith, "You want your life to point people to Christ. It starts for me with my own relationship with Christ. That's going to direct and dictate what influence I have for Christ in my family, in my marriage and in the workplace. In baseball, as in other businesses, following Jesus and being a faithful church member is hard, but it's going to all start with where I am in my relationship with Christ."

    His name is Bobby Evans.

  • 01:00

    San Francisco & federal laws plus the Iran deal

    in Politics

    Guests:  Regina Anavy, author of "Out of Cuba",  joins me for a look at sanctuary cities like San Francisco........what is attitude about these cities after the killing of the young woman?........Barry Jacobsen, military blogger and historian, will discuss the Iran nuclear deal.............what are the short and long term implications of this deal?


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