We're back at it again this week with a whole lot to talk about. It's one of the best weekends of the year, it's Masters Weekend. We talk all about the Masters and we even give what our champion's dinner would be if we won (shocker we have the same idea). We also talk about last week's Final four and national championship games. Shoutout Baylor. Then we dive into a really cool story for us, our guy Matt Peacock made is MLB debut for the Arizona Diamondbacks this week. Cam tells his story and why he is an awesome human being to be rooting for. Next, we discuss the MLB moving the All Star Game out of Atlanta, Grubes is not happy about it. Finally, the guys talk about the on going Deshaun Watson story and the alleged allegations against him as well as Cam opening up for Ryan Montgomery April 16th at Zydeco in Birmingham. If you can make it, go it's gonna be a good show. Be a friend tell a friend. Subscribe, Rate, Review Merch: https://streamlabs.com/bderadio/merch
We discuss MLB's decision to pull the MLB All-Star Game out of Atlanta due to Georgia's new voting law and how the so-called "commissioner" is destroying baseball! Originally broadcast on Action VR AM on Blog Talk Radio on April 2, 2021.
In today's duel, Noah Scott (@NoahAScott6) debates with Daniel Port (@DanielJPort) over whether Bud Selig or Rob Manfred have been a better commissioner for Major League Baseball. They touch on the growth of the game, the scandals that occurred under their watch, and how the game changed during their respective reigns. Have a topic you want us to settle? Let us know @PitchersDuel Intro Music Credit: Cory Yamashiro | @_minoru_music Find the Short Hops and Tall Tales podcast here: @ShortHopsPL Find the CMD the Zone podcast here: @CMDtheZoneGet PL+ and join our community!: https://www.pitcherlist.com/plus
What was up with Rob Manfred? // Justin Turner // Today’s Takeaways (Hour 4)
Zolak & Bertrand
(0:00) MLB commissioner Rob Manfred raised some eyebrows after Game 6 when his speech appeared slurred (12:30) Why was Justin turner allowed to celebrate with his dodgers teammates after being removed from the game and forced to isolated because of a positive test (23:30) We wrap up the show with Today’s Takeaways! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wednesdays with Aqib Talib // Was Rob Manfred Drinking Moonshine? (Hour 3)
Toucher & Rich
IN THIS HOUR: Fred & Wallach are broadcasting from the Town Fair Tires Studios in Dorchester. Rich is broadcasting remotely. Former New England Patriots cornerback Aqib Talib joins the show for his weekly segment with the guys. (00:23) We play more audio of Rob Manfred slurring his word, only this time it was at the BEGINNING of the season. (21:50) We check in with the caller of the Paul Finebaum show (32:11) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred and Rich discuss the crazy end to Game 4 of the World Series, which of the 2020 rules changes will be coming back in 2021, if he would be willing to void the Mookie Betts trade for Chris Brockman (2:59). Rich and the guys recap that wild end to the Dodgers-Rays game 4 and how it compares to other amazing endings to World Series games and Super Bowls, (15:05) and marvel at the numerous jaw-dropping moments in the Cardinals’ overtime win over the Seahawks (28:17). In his Overreaction Monday segment, Rich weighs in on Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s divergent success this season, if the Patriots should trade Cam Newton to the Cowboys, how long Mike McCarthy will last in Dallas, if all 4 NFC West teams could make the playoffs, and if Bills fans should be worried about Josh Allen’s play of late (42:18). Thank you to today's sponsor: Geico = In just 15 minutes you could save you 15% or more on car insurance. Visit Geico.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jon Heyman and Tony Gwynn Jr. speak with MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred about the 2020 season, the resilience of the MLB players and coaches, and together they take a look at which rule changes we will see stick around even after the shortened season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ryan Davis joins the show as Rob Manfred makes a fool of himself and MLB
Locked On Cubs – Daily Podcast On The Chicago Cubs
Ryan Davis joins the show as he and Sean go over the recent developments between the MLB owner's and the MLB Player's Association as both sides refuse to compromise. Ryan helps to explain further why the player's are upset and how the MLB owners should be able to afford paying players pro-rated salaries this season. We also touch on the ESPN 30 for 30 Long Gone Summer documentary and how important the 1998 Cubs were to Ryan as a kid. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Just a week after he said there will be a baseball season, the commissioner of the MLB Rob Manfred announced in an interview that he is not confident that there will be a season. Host Chuck Garfien is joined by Ryan McGuffey and Vinnie Duber as they discuss why the big change in direction from Manfred, why can't the players and the league come to an agreement, and how this can possibly ruin baseball.(2:28) - Rob Manfred does a 180 on the MLB season(7:40) - Are the players right on this one?(15:36) - Are the MLB owners being tone deaf?(20:50) - If there is no baseball, how will it impact young fans?(22:52) - How Rob Manfred became MLB Commissioner(30:16) - Confidence level that there will be a season