The Good Game Podcast Episode 1: A Kenny Lofton type leadoff Episode!
The LocalZ Connection
Starting Lineup: Four Baggers (MLB): We take a look at the best in the world Jacob DeGrom, we figure out what is going on the batting averages this year, the emergence of Adolis Garcia, and other hot Rookies to start the year Bracket Breakdown: We see where we stand on the road to the NBA Finals Going Long: We examine previous and recent fan incidents and how they may be a microcosm of society right now! All this and more with Chris and Jaren The Good Game Podcast--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelocalzconnection/message
Season 2 Episode 2: Indians surviving despite injuries; Aaron Civale flying under the radar; Roy Halladay's Perfect Game; and Kenny Lofton belongs in HOF
Baseball Nostalgia 1869
In Season 2 Episode 2 your favorite baseball encyclopedia, Jack Butler, will begin with the injury-ridden Cleveland Indians and how they are surviving in the American League Central as they are just 3.0 games behind the front running Chicago White Sox. Next, I’ll discuss why Aaron Civale is the most underappreciated pitcher in the game right now and preview their back-to-back doubleheaders against the Blue Jays and White Sox. Then let’s take a look back at Roy Halladay’s masterpiece, a perfect game 11 years later against the Florida Marlins at Sun Life Stadium. And I’ll make my case for Kenny Lofton belonging in the Baseball Hall of Fame and explain how he got screwed during his first year on the ballot.
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Mr. Kenny Lofton on Major League Baseball and Bob Feller
American Valor Podcast
Cleveland Indians Hall of Famer Mr. Kenny Lofton shares stories from his seventeen seasons in Major League Baseball, including stealing bases, Omar Visquel, Frank Thomas, Albert Belle, and Bob Feller. Also hear about Mr. Lofton’s endeavors since retiring from baseball in 2007, including producing movies through FilmPool Inc. and starting and supporting the Still Got Game Foundation.Lofton attended the University of Arizona on a basketball scholarship. The Wildcats made it to the Final Four in 1988. Lofton made 11 postseason appearances, including World Series appearances in 1995 and 2002 with the Indians and Giants, respectively. From 2001 to 2007, Lofton did not spend more than one consecutive season with a team. For his career, the Indians were the only team he played with for longer than one season and the only franchise he played for more than once. Lofton played 9 1⁄2 seasons with the Indians, helping the organization win six division titles. In 2010, he was inducted into the Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame. During his professional baseball career, Lofton's single-season stolen base count led the American League (AL) on five occasions and all of Major League Baseball (MLB) three times. In 1994, he led the American League in hits. Lofton broke Ricky Henderson's record of 33 career postseason stolen bases during the 2007 postseason. Of his base running, Frank White said, "Lofton has out-thought a lot of major-league players" and later, "a smart, complete baseball player" (Wikipedia).Still Got Game FoundationKenny Lofton baseball statisticsFilmPool IncBob Feller Act of Valor Award FoundationHosts: Tyler Buchholz and Colin KirkSpecial thanks to Nathaniel Cameron and Jack MetcalfeSupport the show (https://customcoinholders.com/product/walk-of-heroes/)
Indians legend Kenny Lofton joined Andre Knott to talk about what is going on with the owners and the players, athletes protesting, and to talk about his Ante Up for a Cause poker game happening this Friday benefitting the Cleveland Metropolitan School District
DISHIN' W/ KENNY LOFTON ON BASEBALL & ASTROS CHEATING! Breaking Bread LIVE w/ Nick Turturro #45
Breaking Bread with Nick Turturro
Gotta a REAL special guest today for all you baseball fans and old school guys like our man Big Nick Turturro. The one and only 6-time all-star, Cleveland Indians legend, and Hall-of-Famer KENNY LOFTON IS IN THE HOUSE! And we're streaming live on this one! Let's go! Welcome to your new favorite podcast! Big Nick Turturro and Nick Nick are Breaking Bread! Nick is letting us into his life because he's a man of the people! A lifelong fan of the Yankees, a ride-or-die New Yorker, an actor who's been all over the screen, and one funny SOB. Nick has a love for games of life and baseball that is unparalleled! Oh, and did we mention he likes to eat? Be sure to like, subscribe and follow! @nickturturro1 on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/nickturturro1) @NickTurturro1 on Twitter (https://twitter.com/NickTurturro1)
(62) The NL West has Cool Narratives, but No Pennant Race; and Kenny Lofton's Not-Great-But-OK Hall of Fame Case
The Baseball Rabbi Podcast
It ain't over 'til it's over... and it's over. The Dodgers can start pouring champagne anytime they like, because no other team in the National League West is coming in first. That doesn't mean that there aren't some fascinating storylines, however - such as whether the Padres will win 90 games or lose 90 games, what Giants management thinks about their team, the Dodgers' potential pitching problems, and more. Plus: Kenny Lofton's HOF case, and his mysterious explanation for why he was named on only 3.2% of the ballots.