Jim is joined by Jayson Stark, Senior Baseball Writer at The Athletic, to breakdown down the resume of former MLB Shortstop Jimmy Rollins. First, Jayson talks about Jimmy's personality and high baseball IQ (3:18). Next, Jayson and Jim discuss Jimmy's walk-off double in Game 4 of the 2009 NLCS, why Rollins reminds Jayson of Rickey Henderson, and the unique statistical "clubs" Rollins is a member of in MLB history (9:02). Then, they both debate which player on those Phillies World Series teams has the best chance at getting into Cooperstown and why sabermetrics may sink Jimmy's HOF case (28:37). Finally, Jayson and Jim discuss whether or not they believe Rollins will end up with a plaque in Cooperstown (39:47).
EP 129 - JAYSON STARK, are the Blue Jays turning into a baseball behemoth?
The Bob McCown Podcast
Baseball columnist for The Athletic, JAYSON STARK, joins the podcast to discuss his recent article "Can The Blue Jays Be Baseball's Next Behemoth?" with Bob and John. Jayson has spent some time in Dunedin, and believes that the Toronto Blue Jays are building something unique with their club, as he tells the gentleman that the Jays have an upside unlike any other team in Major League Baseball. The three talk about the teams nucleus and how difficult it will be for them to keep around.. but Jayson believes it wont be as hard as Jays fans think. As always, Bob complains about the evolution of Baseball but this time he is met with a pretty good solution from Jayson Stark.
You Know I’m Right, Episode 103: Baseball Columnist Jayson Stark
In The Zone Podcast Network
On the 103rd episode of You Know I’m Right, Nick Durst and Joe Calabrese are joined by The Athletic's Jayson Stark for an exclusive interview to discuss:How difficult it was to cover the offseason and Spring Training virtuallyUpcoming labor disputes in baseballHall of Fame votingHow he decided to pursue a career in journalismGetting his first job covering baseballJoining ESPN and working on television and radioJoining MLB NetworkJoining The Athletic How technology has made his job easier when it comes to doing statistical research Differences between writing his books and articles
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 […]
Brendan and Drew had the pleasure of being joined by legendary Hall of Fame baseball writer Jayson Stark of The Athletic in Episode 12 this week as they talked about how he fell in love with storytelling, his time in Philadelphia, what the Hall of Fame means to him, and the perception of the 2021 Phillies. Stick around for returning segments like “We Pick 5”, “Bad Things Happen in Philadelphia”, and “Moments that Matter”.
The group discusses the changing dynamics of the game, how to make it more compelling in the future and the legacy of baseball beyond the field. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices