Biggest Surprises of the MLB Season with Tyler Kepner
Sports Info Solutions Baseball Podcast
On this episode, Mark Simon is joined by NY Times national baseball writer Tyler Kepner for their second annual discussion of the biggest surprises of the MLB season.Among the things they touch on are the Giants and Rays (0:50), the pitching of Nestor Cortes and Ranger Suarez (8:44), the craterings of the Mets, Padres, and Cody Bellinger (15:52), the up-and-coming Tigers (21:13), an unlikely MVP candidate (23:30), and the amazing defense of the Rockies third basemen (27:07).Thank you as always for listening. Please rate and review if you can. Stay safe and stay well.
Jim is joined by Tyler Kepner, National baseball columnist for The New York Times, to breakdown down the hall of fame candidacy of former MLB first baseman Mark Teixeira. First, Jim and Tyler discuss Teixeira's 2009 season with the Yankees, in which he led the league in home runs and won a World Series (6:49). Next, they talk about Eddie Murray, the rare combination of power and defense Teixeira possessed, and where he ranks among the best first baseman of the 21st Century (14:35). Finally, they talk about the importance of reaching 2,000 career hits (29:54), before both stating whether or not they believe Teixeira will end up with a plaque in Cooperstown (32:49).
In the second hour, Bruce Levine and David Haugh conducted their weekly Chin Music segment, featuring sound from White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson and manager Tony La Russa. Later, New York Times writer Tyler Kepner joined the show to discuss the latest MLB headlines.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
FanGraphs Audio: Jayson Stark and Tyler Kepner on Covering Baseball
Episode 914 On this week’s episode, we welcome a pair of renowned writers to discuss the baseball landscape before digging into the latest projection highlights. To begin the program, David Laurila is joined by Jayson Stark of The Athletic and the Starkville podcast and Tyler Kepner of The New York Times. The trio talk about […]
22: Tyler Kepner of the New York Times, author, "K: A History of Baseball in Ten Pitches"
In This Corner with JD: Sports Writers Talk Sports Writing
New York Times national baseball writer Tyler Kepner joins JD to talk about his book "K: A History of Baseball in Ten Pitches". Tyler also discusses his career and his day-to-day work covering the major leagues for the NYT
We discuss a range of topics including the recent Hall of Fame voting, Mike Trout, the Yankees, the Phillies (our hometown team) signing of JT Realmuto and hiring of Dave Dombrowksi, where Trevor Bauer might land and the passing of the legendary Hank Aaron. A lot covered in about a half hour of baseball conversation.
Hittin' Season #450: Waiting For Realmuto w/ Tyler Kepner
The Good Phight: for Philadelphia Phillies fans
On Episode 450 of Hittin' Season, host John Stolnis is joined by Tyler Kepner of the New York Times to talk about the Phillies' continued quest for J.T. Realmuto and other potential upgrades. The Blue Jays signing of George Springer removes another potential suitor. The Mets fire their GM... and the awful stuff women sportswriters and broadcasters face doing their jobs The Phillies still need starting pitching help. A check on the Phils' payroll situation -- how much can they spend? Odubel Herrera's murky future with the Phillies Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices