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Ep. 594: How soon can the Tigers win? A conversation with The Athletic's Cody Stavenhagen

Couch and The Rube

How does Alabama's QB making $1 million in NIL endorsements impact schools like MSU? We dug in and later talked with Moneyball Sportswear founder Desmond Ferguson about what they're doing with NIL and the potential fallout in locker rooms. And, our conversation with The Athletic's Cody Stavenhagen on how quickly the Tigers can win.

52mins

21 Jul 2021

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Ep. 594: How soon can the Tigers win? A conversation with The Athletic's Cody Stavenhagen

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How does Alabama's QB making $1 million in NIL endorsements impact schools like MSU? We dug in and later talked with Moneyball Sportswear founder Desmond Ferguson about what they're doing with NIL and the potential fallout in locker rooms. And, our conversation with The Athletic's Cody Stavenhagen on how quickly the Tigers can win.

52mins

21 Jul 2021

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Cody Stavenhagen(Tigers beat writer The Athletic) and Kieran Steckley host of Turning the corner Podcast

Don't Call it a Rebuild It's a TEAMBUILD

90 minutes of fun with Cody Stavenhagen and Kieran Steckley of Turning the Corner Podcast..we cover important topics like the Tigers new Style of play, Mize and Skubal innings limit, most tradeable Tigers at the deadline, best vegetables to grill on the BBQ, faster drivers DET vs DAL..

3hr 8mins

12 Jun 2021

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Episode 45: Lou Whitaker with Cody Stavenhagen

Pod of Fame

Jim is joined by Cody Stavenhagen, Detriot Tigers beat writer for The Athletic, to breakdown the hall of fame candidacy of former Tigers Second Baseman Lou Whitaker. Jim and John first discuss hard it is to talk about Whitaker without bringing up his double-play partner Alan Trammell, who recently was voted into Cooperstown in 2018 (6:38). Next, they talk about the 1984 World Series, similarities between Whitaker and current HOF candidate Scott Rolen, and Whitaker's eye-popping WAR (10:31). Finally, they discuss why Whitaker only won four gold gloves despite being one of the better defensive second basemen in history and how that impacts his candidacy (33:26), before coming to a conclusion on whether or not Whitaker deserves a plaque in Cooperstown (40:06)

48mins

31 May 2021

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Cody Stavenhagen joins the show to talk Snow-pening Day in Detroit, Miguel Cabrera, AJ Hinch and future of the Tigers

Passion for the Pastime

What a memorable Opening Day for many reasons, but I don't think I've ever seen a SNOW game. Detroit Tigers beat writer for The Athletic, Cody Stavenhagen joins the show to talk all about it. And of course, leave it to Miggy to hit the first home run of the 2021 season in the snow and end up sliding at second base. Another storyline in Detroit, is AJ Hinch gets his first win as a manager following the Astros scandal, but how is Detroit reacting to Hinch? Also talking about some Top Prospects for the Tigers. Two of them are already in the starting rotation to start the year, when could we expect the third in Matt Manning, or will someone else on the offensive side make a splash first. A lot of uncertainty but the one thing that is certain, the Tigers rebuild is nearing its end, and the city of Detroit has a lot to be excited about.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/passionforthepastime/support

30mins

2 Apr 2021

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BYB Podcast 96: Preseason roundup with Cody Stavenhagen of the Athletic Detroit

Bless You Boys: for Detroit Tigers fans

With spring camp underway and Mr. Stavenhagen, the Tigers reporter for The Athletic Detroit, days away from a flight to lovely Lakeland Florida to cover them, he joins us for a preseason conversation about the 2021 Detroit Tigers. This is a pretty wide-ranging, state-of-the-organization conversation, but we start off discussing some of the interesting small scale additions like Nomar Mazara and Julio Teheran while also lamenting the lack of any major moves this offseason. The 2021 Tigers do feel different as AJ Hinch and his coaching staff make their presence felt, and Cody talks about the contrasts with Ron Gardenhire's staff, but we appear set for another year in a holding pattern hoping for a lot of player development. We talk through the pitching staff and what constitutes progress in another season where the team is largely treading water. The need for the young pitching prospects to start establishing themselves is very clear as well. Finally, we consider the farm system and the meager depth in mid-tier prospects, particularly on the pitching side, that informed the Tigers collection of veterans they'll invite to camp on minor league deals. Finally we discuss a few key players and our hopes for a farm system that needs to show major improvement in 2021. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

56mins

20 Feb 2021

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BYB Podcast 92:: Talking A.J. Hinch with Cody Stavenhagen of the Athletic Detroit

Bless You Boys: for Detroit Tigers fans

What wizardry was this? Certain that the White Sox would hire the former Astros skipper, we didn't really allow ourselves to hope this would happen. Now, as we record on the evening of Thursday, October 29th, A.J. Hinch appears to be a lock to become the 49th manager in Detroit Tigers franchise history. For this episode we're fortunate to be joined the Tigers beat writer for the Athletic Detroit, Cody Stavenhagen. He'll provide his own inside insight into how this decision came to pass.-White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf goes old-school, does it his way.-A.J. Hinch is coming to Detroit (we're 99 percent sure).-We'll explore how Hinch can overcome his damaged reputation, and why he feels like such a perfect, and necessary, fit for the Tigers.-We'll preview what promises to be a slow moving offseason market.-Finally we'll talk a bit of instructional league ball and Tigers farm system and player development staff. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

1hr 6mins

30 Oct 2020

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Summer Camp observations with Cody Stavenhagen of the Athletic

Don't Call it a Rebuild It's a TEAMBUILD

Cody Stavenhagen joins Mark And Brandon to discuss what players look good in summer camp, when we see Casey Mize, who may surprise in a 60 game season (JaCoby Jones), Cody's trip back to Texas, what music we are all listening to and how we are surviving a pandemic.

2hr 8mins

12 Aug 2020

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BYB Podcast 84: Cody Stavenhagen of the Athletic Detroit reports from Summer Camp-Part Two

Bless You Boys: for Detroit Tigers fans

Welcome back. Thanks for joining us for round two. As these do, the conversation stretched out into a two-hour marathon last Friday night, and so here is the second half of our chat with Cody Stavenhagen, Detroit Tigers beat writer for The Athletic Detroit.In this half, we'll talk bullpen, you'll hear why Brandon and Mark regard Spencer Turnbull as a bit of a hot potato, and then talk turns to some of the position players hanging onto a spot on the Tigers' roster but in need of a modest breakout to secure their role. Guys like JaCoby Jones, Jeimer Candelario, Harold Castro and more will take their turn under the lens.Finally, we'll talk about the AL Central, the impossibility of making predictions this season, and then chat Cody up about the COVID enforced sabbatical from baseball and how he spent the break. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

1hr 6mins

15 Jul 2020

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BYB Podcast 83: Part One-Cody Stavenhagen of the Athletic Detroit reports from Summer Camp

Bless You Boys: for Detroit Tigers fans

Welcome back folks, and thanks for joining us. This is another combination pod with Brandon Day of the Bless You Boys podcast, and Mark Gorosh of the Don't Call it a Rebuild, it's a Team Build podcast. The Detroit Tigers beat writer for the Athletic Detroit, Cody Stavenhagen, joins us for a lengthy chat after a week of Summer Camp.In part one, we'll talk about some early impressions made, particularly by players on the cut-line and fighting for a roster spot. We'll talk Riley Greene and Spencer Torkelson. We'll talk about the catching group. And we'll size up where Casey Mize and Matt Manning are respectively, in their quest to earn a major league debut this summer. All that, and a look at constructing the starting rotation are on the docket for part one. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

1hr 9mins

13 Jul 2020

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