John Gibbons, former Blue Jays manager and the last manager to win a playoff game with the ball club takes some time out of his busy podcasting schedule to catch up with Bob and John. The three focus on the MLB playoffs as we briefly go over the Wild Card series loss the Seattle Mariners handed the Toronto Blue Jays before shifting over to the New York Yankees win against the Cleveland Guardians. We talk about New York’s chances at winning the World Series as well as their chances at keeping Aaron Judge in the Big Apple as we end our show wondering, if Judge isn’t in a Yankee uniform next year, what will he be wearing instead?
Ben welcomes Jon Morosi from MLB Network who discusses the Stripling vs Berrios debate. There are comparisons to Barry Zito and the Giants in 2012. If he can't be trusted to start can we be dependable out of the pen? Jon likes the way the Jays have been playing and they are now in the mix with all the others to win the AL. Later (27:00) we speak to former Blue Jays Manager John Gibbons who will debut "The Gibby Show" and he talks to us about his podcast and being so open with media between a book and finally joining twitter. Finally, the observations he is making from he sidelines now and how he has kept relationships with people like his first guest - Josh Donaldson. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
Hour 2 - John Gibbons! + Andy Strickland talks Blues' storylines
Sportsnet Today 960
Former Blue Jays manager John Gibbons gives his take on Vladdy Jr. hitting his 100th home run of his career. He discusses the recent play of Bo Bichette and memories of Roy Halladay. Andy Strickland talks with Rose and Austin to provide insight on the latest Blues' storylines and expectations for the year. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
I love a good conspiracy theory. But even more, I love to hear them stripped down, analysed, and debunked. On this episode of the Mario Rosenstock Podcast, Ireland’s best known environmental journalist and campaigner, John Gibbons, joins me to look at some of the most prevalent and popular ‘myths’ about climate change, and prove them wrong. John is very passionate about this subject and he’s not afraid to tell it like it is and ruffle a few feathers here and there, and he does so in very plain, accessible English - which isn’t always the case when it comes to the topic of climate change. Have a listen and if you don’t agree with something or would like to have your say on the topic, drop me a line to email@example.com COMEDY: The ‘hot’ topic of the week has been spiralling energy costs and how we’re going to go about reducing our consumption of energy. I hit the streets during the week to ask people how they plan to cut energy use, and I bumped into some familiar faces... GET IN TOUCH:https://www.instagram.com/mariorosenstockofficial/https://firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Mario Rosenstock Podcast is produced by Patrick Haughey of AudioBrand LINKS TO SOME OF THE RESEARCH JOHN REFERENCES https://leadthechange.bard.edu/blog/5-myths-about-the-environment-that-explain-the-need-for-environmental-educators https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/five-myths/five-myths-about-climate-change/2018/11/30/9fba233a-f428-11e8-bc79-68604ed88993_story.html https://www.nationalgrid.com/stories/journey-to-net-zero-stories/6-myths-about-climate-change-busted https://skepticalscience.com/argument.php Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Jays Talk Plus: Catching Up With John Gibbons + Angels Preview
Blue Jays Talk
Blake Murphy is joined by Blue Jays analyst and former catcher, Caleb Joseph, to discuss what is sustainable about the Jays recent success, what Ross Stripling’s return has meant, how Kevin Gausman can steer through waves of bad luck, initial impressions of Mitch White, and the challenges of being a back-up catcher (8:00). Former Jays manager, John Gibbons, joins Blake to break down what convinced him to get Twitter and start “The Gibby Show”, gauging the importance of analytics, where the Jays focus is or should be, thoughts on the MLB’s new schedule, and what he misses about Toronto (25:00). Riley Breckenridge joins Blake and chats about how music has spurred connections with baseball, the Shohei Ohtani spectacle and upcoming duel with Alek Manoah, and gripes with the lowly Angels (50:00). FanGraphs managing editor, Meg Rowley, joins Blake to talk about the new Julio Rodriguez extension and long-term contract structures, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Bo Bichette having down years, Gausman’s quirky season, and the direction of the FanGraphs mobile app (01:16:15).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
JOHN GIBBONS on joining Twitter, the Toronto Blue Jays & some baseball talk.
The Bob McCown Podcast
Bob and John welcome John Gibbons back to the podcast for another baseball focused edition of the podcast. You never know where the conversation is going to go when you have Gibby on and today is no different. With his recent emergence on Twitter, Bob and John get to the bottom of why the former Blue Jays Manager joined the app and find out how he has been enjoying the interactions with his followers. With little to no direction, the three bounce from topic to topic covering a wide range of baseball related topics as Gibby gives his opinion on how teams are managed today compared to when he was coaching. Building from a question Bob heard on another program, we compare John's 2015 Jays team and get his opinion on which player from that roster would make the biggest impact on todays team before ending the show with some general MLB chatter and lots of laughs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John Gibbons on Genesis of Bad Blood Between Jays/O's
The FAN Drive Time
We continue our show down at Rogers Centre ahead of Jays/Orioles. We are joined by a couple of guests on the field before visit from the former manager of the team. First, Jays analyst Joe Siddall talks about the series, why the team is stuck with Kukuchi and how they are trying to manage the situation. Then one the newest members of the team and Canadian, Zach Pop, joins Ben to discuss his return home to Canada, the experience in Miami, how he has become so close to Anthony Bass and his role with the team. Later (27:00) we catch up with former Blue Jays Manager John Gibbons who also started out as an interim manager just like John Schneider. He describes how he handled it and how even in coaching it can be game to game. Then some stories about how to handle the starting pitchers and bullpen while juggling analytics vs what you see and feel. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
Driving Life Ep16: Conor Faughnan meets environmental campaigner and journalist John Gibbons.
In Episode 16, I meet environmental campaigner and journalist John Gibbons. John & I have sparred a few times on the radio over the years but I very much enjoyed the chance for a longer and more constructive chat.I dropped out to him in his Dun Laoghaire home and we spoke about the scale of the climate challenge facing us, what Ireland can do and whether we are making progress. Along the way we learn a bit more about him, not least the fact that he knows his cars and enjoys driving.
Hour 3: Managing a Contender w/ John Gibbons + Wake and Rake
The FAN Morning Show
John Gibbons phones in to chat about the Blue Jays’ promising outlook for the season, the team’s exciting young nucleus, what it’s like managing a contending team, and his favourite Opening Day memories (0:49). Later, the team tees up the betting lines for tonight’s Jays season opener and Raptors-Rockets game and assembles their daily Wake and Rake parlay (23:54).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
Passion Projects AND The Need For SELF RESPECT with John Gibbons
Safe Space with Francesco Lombardo
In this episode, John Gibbons, a 4th generation family business member, talks about his passion project MARINAS GUARDIAN. Francesco and John discuss the importance of having a passion project while also being self-sustaining to be taken seriously. Being reliant on oneself is a critical ingredient for one's self-respect. Many times parents make life easier for the NXTGEN, without realizing they are taking away their childrens' drive. Self-respect is ONE thing money cannot buy. John shares his passion for the oceans and what he is doing about it, all the while maintaining his self-respect and desire to make a difference. John Gibbons is a professional fiduciary and environmentalist-in-training. He works at Harbour Fiduciary Services Limited, a part of the family-owned Edmund Gibbons group in Bermuda. He is currently studying for his Postgraduate Diploma in Law and is a part of Marinas Guardian, a conservation project to support Marine Protected Areas around the world using autonomous ships. Stay tuned for the second part of this episode where Francesco and John talk about what is INTEGRITY and the importance in family business.