Starting 9 Episode 233 - Tim Dillard & Dodgers/Padres Epic Series
Barstool Sports presents the Starting 9, featuring Jared Carrabis and Dallas Braden, the baseball podcast everyone wants but no one else will give you. This week's episode features an interview with baseball life and current Milwaukee Brewers analyst Tim Dillard, who takes Dallas and Jared on a journey through his post-baseball life, the joy of being a baseball lifer, whose couch he's currently staying on, why he wants to see Nolan Ryan punch Robin Ventura live, and much more (1:12:33). Dallas and Jared also riff on the Dodgers-Padres series from the weekend; the red-hot Oakland A's; the greatness of Jacob deGrom & Shane Bieber; Stephen Strasburg's injury and much more.
Cold Brew Podcast Episode 30: Untold Stories With Tim Dillard
Cold Brew Podcast
Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll are joined this week by recently retired former Brewers pitcher Tim Dillard. David, Matt, and Tim share plenty of laughs talking about Tim's retirement and reminiscing on his career. Tim tells the stories of when he got drafted by the Brewers in 2001 and 2002, the story of his first big league call up, the 2008 and 2011 playoff teams he was a part of, and he tells a previously untold story about the day Zack Greinke was tossed from a start in Houston in 2012 after four pitches. Remember that? Tim tells a hilarious story of the aftermath and confusion of Greinke's ejection. Also, Tim shares one of his favorite Zack Greinke stories, talks about the creation of his MiLB Network videos on Twitter, talks about playing for the Milwaukee Milkmen last summer, and gives his thoughts on Ryan Braun's own comments on retirement and whether he should hang it up. Tim also tells a previously untold story of mocking Ron Roenicke and does a hysterical impression of Josh Hader telling the story of his call up, and another great impression of Ed Sedar. This is a can't miss episode of the Cold Brew Podcast.
Follow on Instagram: athlete1podcastFollow on Twitter: @athlete1podcast Athlete 1 Podcast Shop - https://linktr.ee/Carp9Every kid has a dream of playing Major League Baseball and Tim Dillard was no different. He takes us on a journey from JUCO baseball in Mississippi to playing for the Milwaukee Brewers. Tim's mental approach to the daily grind of minor league baseball is the exact reason why he made it to the show and still is playing in the Texas Rangers organization after 19 years.In this episode...Walking away from a D1 offer Going from a 34th round draft pick to the MLBSee a need - Fill a NeedWhy being a team player is so importantThe clubhouse and keeping teammates loose@dimtillard...follow on all social media platforms Want To Work From Home ENTRE Nation is the premiere online community of entrepreneurs.Back Pain Relief Today Is you back sore? Would you like to find relief today? Just click the link for a simple solution Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Tim Dillard Talks The Secret To Being A Great Clubhouse Guy, Sidearming & More (Ep. 17)
From Phenom To The Farm
One of Minor League Baseball's best personalities, Tim Dillard, is the latest guest on From Phenom To The Farm. Among the talking points...- Life as a draft-and-follow in junior college- Facing childhood heroes (Mike Piazza and Chipper Jones) as a minor leaguer- Dealing with the shuffle between AAA and the big leagues- The mental hurdle of switching to sidearming- The secret to being a great clubhouse guy- Playing baseball in front of fans in 2020 for the Milwaukee MilkmenAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Exclusive Interview with Tim Dillard, MLB Pitcher formally of the Brewers and Rangers organizations!!!
Very excited for this episode. This week we interview Tim Dillard who has pitched professionally for 17 years. He has been part of the Brewers and Rangers organizations, currently of the Milwaukee Milkmen. He is also the prevalent social media personality @DimTillard with over 51 thousand followers. He hosts an amazing podcast called inner monologues of @DimTillard. One of the best podcast available, if you ask us. Make sure and check out his show when you finish this one. Don't forget to follow on Twitter @BravesDugoutPod, the Facebook page @BravesDugoutPodcast, Email topic requests to email@example.com, check out the website https://bravesdugoutpod.wixsite.com/bravesdugoutpod, and check out the Facebook group Atlanta Braves Dugout --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sam-peebles/support
Episode 6 with Tim Dillard: Vocation, Master Dubsmasher, Perspective, Jack of All Trades
Tim Dillard is quite the character! Dillard grew up in a baseball family learning the game from his father who played professionally. He spent his youth challenging his brothers in various sports and outdoor activities. He was twice drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers and has enjoyed a successful career since 2003. For strictly fun, Tim has made himself known with his moniker DimTillard (given to him by a teammate) providing the internet and baseball community with laughs and enjoyment through his videos and brilliant comedy. Check it out: https://www.dimtillard.com/ Apologies for the dog barking in the background. His name is Gio.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/athleteevolved/support
Episode Six of Pitching Backwards, ft. Tim Dillard
Pitching Backwards: Lefties Get Loose
In Episode Six of Pitching Backwards, Griffin and Kyle are joined by the inimitable Tim Dillard! Tim's a right-handed pitcher in the Texas Rangers organization, and he's been playing pro ball since 2003. We discuss his famous lip sync videos, the adventures of MiLB and much, much more. Plus, Tim hits us with his incredibly hilarious Harry Caray impression.
BIO:Tim Dillard has been a pitcher in professional baseball since 2003. He has spent time with both the Milwaukee Brewers and the Texas Rangers' organizations. He lives in Nashville with his family and is well known for his hilarious social media content that can be found on @dimtillard. TOPICS:Experiencing the quarantineThe 2020 baseball season outlookSettling in NashvilleHis baseball journeyOperating in the “could” and not the “should”FaithEliminating prideThe PodcastBONUS INTERVIEW!! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.