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The playoff schedules are set, and the ladies of Aerys Sports are on hand to kick off the 2012 postseason with thoughts, concerns, and maybe even a few predictions! Will the Braves live up to the expectations in a one-game playoff with the Cardinals? How will the Orioles fare in postseason play? And who is the likeliest team to play spoiler?
It's October baseball, Aerys style!
After a few attempts this week, the Bedford & Sullivan podcast finally gets the 57th episode off the ground. On this episode, Carl Erskine and I immerse ourselves talk of pitching.
Carl and I have discussed many a things about Brooklyn and the Dodgers over our many episodes on air. We haven't, however, devoted an entire episode to the art of pitching, which I certainly believe to be a conversation worth having when digging deep into the detail of what this television show could be. What better way than to discuss the artform with an all-time great such as Carl Erskine? We'll dig deep into his philosophy, how he altered it from batter to batter, and what he finds to be the biggest difference from the era he pitched in to the era we currently live in.
So, join us at 9am ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!
Franklin, Dan and Scott discuss:
The team’s recent pitching, and especially relief struggles
Possibly trading a starter for bullpen help
The resurgence of Jason Heyward
Tommy La Stella as a God-like mythological creature
Our higher draft picks
Music: ZZ Top - Just Got Paid
Pitching the media can be a challenge! Learn how other industry professionals master the art of pitching.
Our Guests are: Durée Mellion Ross of Durée and Company-Prior to the launch of her own firm, Durée honed her skills with DindyCo PR & Marketing, where she was responsible for new client acquisition, ongoing business development, media relations, promotions, special events, press conferences, and day-to-day operations. Among some of her clients were Moét Chandon Champagne, Rubell Hotels, Cozumel Tourist Bureau, Chimento Jewelry Corporation, United Distillers & Vintners (UDV) and Hennessy Cognac.
Also scheduled- DugardEllis- PERRI DUGARD OWENS | partner - is an experienced marketing, communications and public relations professional and has developed strategies and programs for clients of varying sizes and needs.
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27 Outs Podcast covers The MiLB to the Max with player interviews from the games all over the MiLB, also players come on the show live for you to call in and chat. We Are MiLB credential, with full access to all your MiLB teams and player. Come Join your Host Frank Conti, And Co-host Claudia Emanuels and get your #27outs and #MeetTheFuture Of The MLB right here on 27 Outs Podcast. We are on iheart, Spreaker.com, Baseballtalkradio.com, and itunes. go follow the Website 27outspodcast.com.
On this show we are joined by Marlins 2014 3rd Round Draft pick and Minor League All-star Michael Mader.
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World Positive Thinkers Radio Tuesday, September 6th at 5:00PM ET. Today's Topic: Pitching to Win "A winner never quits and a quitter never wins," says Vernon Law, former Major League Baseball pitcher and today's special guest. He played for 16 seasons (1950-1951 and 1954-1967) for the Pittsburgh Pirates and was the winning pitcher in two games of the 1960 World Series when they beat the New York Yankees for the World Series title in 1960. Listen today as Vernon shares some of his winning wisdom that applies to any walk of life. Learn more about World Positive Thinkers at: http://worldpositivethinkers.org "Like" World Positive Thinkers on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/worldpositivethinkers Follow World Positive Thinkers on Twitter: http://twitter.com/worldpositiveTC
Pitching motion expert Angel Borrelli and baseball coach / blogger Joe Janish talk about MLB pitching injuries, how they may have occurred, and how pitching injuries in general can be prevented. They briefly metnion Jonny Venters' third UCL tear, and why it may have happened. They also discuss Homer Bailey's torn flexor tendon, going in-depth to describe the flexor and its role in the pitching motion, and Bailey's risk of suffering another arm injury in the future. Angel and Joe also go over Danny Duffy's recent shoulder inflammation and how it may be related to his previous UCL tear and Tommy John surgery. Finally, Angel and Joe take on the theory that baseball pitchers should be playing other sports during the offseason, suggesting that Dr. James Andrews' recommendation may have been misinterpreted.
Pitching motion expert Angel Borrelli and baseball blogger Joe Janish talk about pitching mechanics. The show begins with discussion of Tyler Skaggs' decision to walk off the mound while in the middle of pitching a no-hitter. That leads into an explanation of a "pronator mass strain," which was Skaggs' initial diagnosis as well as the injury suffered by Cliff Lee. Angel then describes some signs that a pitcher may be fatigued and/or about to injure himself; and what a coach shoud do in such a situation. Further, Angel explains how a pitcher should be brought back from such an injury. The show closes with Joe and Angel talking about the theory that MLB pitchers will inevitably suffer decreased performance once they reach age 30 -- including recommendations by Angel that can result in pitchers maintaining or increasing their performance as they age.
Pitching motion expert Angel Borrelli and baseball coach/blogger Joe Janish discuss the Mets' decision to stall Matt Harvey's rehabilition schedule based on teammate Jeremy Hefner's setback. Angel offers theories on why the Mets may have come to this decision and explains the possible risks of slowing down Harvey's progress. Additionally, she offers insight on what pitchers -- both healthy and those rehabbing from injury -- should be doing in the offseason. Finally, Angel answers a question from a listener regarding an offseason long-toss program recommended to a high school pitcher.
We'll talk News and Sports, have another amazing Soda Review, give out the Douche Bag of the Week Award, and play some Fun With Words. Aaron will also present a list of crazy Washington state laws and we'll finish the show with our list of the Top 7 Scariest Tools (and no, Ashton Kutcher is not on the list).
Pitching motion expert Angel Borrelli and ESPN SweetSpot blogger Joe Janish start out by discussing the deceleration phase of the baseball pitching motion and how it is important toward both staying healthy and in troubleshooting mechanics. Then, they talk about a mechanical flaw that some pitchers exhibit (most notably Stephen Strasburg, Mark Prior, and Zack Wheeler) that is described in some circles as an "inverted W." Finally, Joe recounts the Seattle Mariners' decision to leave pitcher Roenis Elias in a recent game after he suffered a forearm cramp.
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