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  • 02:00

    Colorado Rockies Vs Philadelphia Phillies

    in Sports

    Play by play action for tonights game between the Colorado Rockies and Philadelphia Phillies

  • 00:37

    Rockies and D-Backs trades, Howie Kendrick and a little about Andruw Jones

    in Baseball

    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.


    Key time-stamps:


    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


    Make sure your subscribe to The Rosterbatorical on iTunes so you know when the latest episode is released.


    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.

  • 00:48

    Episode 64 | Jan. 29, 2016: Godspeed, #Dickmania

    in Sports

    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!

  • 01:26

    Episode 63 | Jan. 15, 2016: Spleens and Whiskey

    in Sports

    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.

  • 01:11

    Episode 62 | Dec. 10, 2015: The Hiatus Is Over

    in Sports

    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.

  • 00:45

    Episode 295.1 - "Can there ever be a good Colorado Rockies pitcher?"

    in Sports

    In this week's midweek podcast Rich explores the pitching situation in Coors Field and whether Jon Gray and Jeff Hoffman have a chance to be successful.  His conclusion may surprise you.  Also, he touches on the Ben Cherrington firing and what it might mean for baseball.

  • 00:06

    Stephane Nembot, OT, Colorado 2016 NFL Draft Prospect

    in Football

     


    Go one-on-one with Stephane Nembot who discusses Colorado football and his thoughts on a career playing professionally when his collegiate time ends.


    Nembot will share his strengths and ability to our audience of listeners around the globe who crave the unique setting made available by College2Pro.com who strive to enhance the progress of any college athlete with hops of one day playing professional football. 


    He was born December 7, 1991, in Douala, Cameroon.  His hobbies include watching movies, television sitcoms and football and basketball games, art, kickboxing and martial arts (Tai Chi).  He speaks three different languages (English, French and Spanish) and 11 different African dialects: Bafoussam (his mother’s tribe), Bangoua (his father’s tribe), Douala (language native to where he was born, the capital of Cameroon), Bafang, Bagante, Bana, Bandgoun, Bassa, Bayangam, Ewondo and Tchang).  He participated in a program through Montclair Prep to help feed the homeless up to twice a week and says it is his dream to come to the United States and make enough money to go back to Africa and help the needy.  (Name is pronounced steff-on name-bot.)


    College2Pro.com bringing the hardcore NFL enthusiasts the absolute most detailed interviewed and analysis of NFL Draft Prospects. 


    Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Stephane Nembot on the C2P podcast powered by football lovers everywhere. 

  • 01:40

    Guardian talk with Brad

    in Military

    JENNIFER ORN I have lived all over the country. I was born in MN and due to my father’s job (Federal Bureau of Prison’s) we moved around a lot. Virginia, California, Alabama, Pennsylvania and Tennessee are all on the list. When I was approximately 16, we ended up back in MN. I’ve also briefly lived in TX and OK as an adult. I received a softball scholarship out of high school to a DII school in MN. After being there for one semester, I realized it wasn’t for me. So, I enlisted in the MN Air National Guard. After completing AF basic training I completed the AF Security Forces Academy. A few months after completing all of my training I returned to my home station in St. Paul, MN. I was then sent to Desert Warfare Training with others from my unit and ultimately deployed for 6 months to Saudi Arabia.After I returned home, I continued my college education. I received my A.S. in Law enforcement and got hired on with a local police department (WI). I attended the WI State Law Enforcement Academy and I worked at that department for a little over 3 years. I ended up leaving that department to pursue a few other things. I ultimately ended up at another department in central MN. After being at this department for almost 2 years, I decided to resign.I am currently a professional dog trainer and animal behavior specialist. I attended a dog training school in TX and will be starting an internship at a dog training facility in another part of TX. I have already started my LLC (Liberty K9 LLC), and am just waiting to return home to get that going full swing.I have 3 awesome dogs, a wonderful boyfriend.


    Jason Granite I am a combat Army Veteran and a Purple Heart recipient.This summer I will be braving the Colorado Trail on a backpacking journey to raise money for Nine Line Foundation so they can improve the lives of our Veterans.I’ll be hiking 75 miles with 74 other participants coming from all over the United States

  • 02:01

    Adamus Saint-Germain live channeling!

    in Spirituality

    IMPORTANT NOTE: This information is probably not for you unless you take full responsibility for your life and creations.


    Listen to the monthly message from Adamus Saint-Germain, live from the Crimson Circle Studio & Connection Center in Louisville, Colorado, home base for the Crimson Circle. Adamus is channeled by Geoffrey Hoppe with assistance from Linda Hoppe. After a bit of breathing and some music, Geoffrey and Linda bring in the energies of Adamas Saint-Germain for up to two hours of information, laughter, New Energy spirituality and intrigue. There's never a dull moment with Adamus and the live audience at the CC Studio. Tune in here or watch the live video webcast at www.crimsoncircle.com.

  • 01:30

    The Super Bowl 50 Preview Show!

    in Sports

    We are going live Saturday the 6th at 11am Eastern for our Super Bowl preview show between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers!  Tune in to hear our expert analysis and predictions for the big game!


    The first hour of the show will be dedicated to the Super Bowl and then we will cover the other hot topics in the sporting world for the next half hour!


    Make sure to tune, and who knows we might have some surprise callers!

  • 01:01

    Bronco’s Running Back Reggie Rivers Creates his New Normal

    in Motivation

    SHOW DESCRIPTION


    On this edition of, "Creating Life's New Normal," I have the fortunate opportunity to chat with former Denver Bronco Running back Reggie Rivers.


    Mr. Rivers shares his life's lessons from the grid iron and how he has used this platform to propel him into running a successful speaking business, auctioneer, and author.


    HISTORY 


    Mr. Rivers signed with the Denver Broncos in 1991 as an undrafted free agent running back out of Southwest Texas State University (now renamed Texas State University). He played 6 seasons with the Broncos.  In 1991, he was named to Pro Football Weekly’s All-Rookie Team as a special teams player and in 1992, he won the Broncos Community Action Player Award in recognition of his volunteer service throughout Colorado.


    Here are just a few of Mr. Rivers accomplishments.



    In 1992, he won the Bob Martin Award, given annually to the Broncos player who is most cooperative with the media.
    In 1993, his teammates selected him as Special Teams Player of the Year.
    In 1993, he was named the Broncos NFL Man of the Year for superior athletic and civic performance.
    In 1995, he won the NFL Unsung Hero Award in recognition of volunteer efforts.
    In 1996, he was named the Broncos NFL Man of the Year for the second time.


    Reggie attended Texas State University on a full athletic scholarship. During his collegiate career, he amassed 2,500 career yards and was named to four All-American teams. He was a Southland Conference Scholar Athlete of the Year, and he has been inducted into the Texas State University Hall of Honor and the Southland Conference Hall of Honor.