EP 187 - BUCK MARTINEZ on the All Star Game, the Toronto Blue Jays, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. & the teams bright future.
The Bob McCown Podcast
Voice of the Toronto Blue Jays & friend of the podcast, BUCK MARTINEZ joins the show to talk about Major League Baseball's All-Star Game, and the Toronto Blue Jays. The three start the show with some gripes over what the MLB All-Star Game has become compared to the glory days of the past. We discuss Vladimir Guerrero JR.'s MVP performance in last nights game, as the three agree - The sky is the limit for this young star. Bob and John ask Buck if the July 30th goal to have the team back in Canada is realistic, Whether the Rogers Centre is even ready and what it would take to re-locate a Major League Baseball team for the third time in one season. They talk about just how bright of a future this young Blue Jay's team has but stress that patience is key for long term success before we end the show addressing what the Blue Jays should do as we near the trade deadline.
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Play-by-play announcer for the Toronto Blue Jays, Buck Martinez comes in to talk about the team as they inch closer to the 60 game mark of the season, and prepare to move to Buffalo. The three talk about the Jays pitching problems, and whether they need to start looking outside of the organization to balance their rotation. A lot of time is spent on the teams young core of players, with Buck stressing patience when it comes to dealing with inexperienced players. The Gentleman also address the Blue Jays injury issues, have the new facilities in Dunedin been working? an who he is most excited about on this Jays roster.
The Voice of the Toronto Blue Jays on Sportsnet Buck Martinez joined the Cardy Show this past week. Buck and I looked back on his career with the Kansas City Royals and Milwaukee Brewers. We talked about his arrival in Toronto in 1981. Buck talks about what it was like playing for Bobby Cox. His transition into becoming a broadcaster is a great story as well. A lot of people may not realize that Buck was the Manager when Roy Halladay was demoted. Buck takes us into the conversation he and the coaching staff had with Doc on that day.Buck also discusses his dual roles. He tells what to expect on the Television and Radio broadcasts for 2021. My thanks to Sportsnet for having Buck on The Cardy Show. He was fantastic. I hope you all enjoy this as much as I did.
EP 92 - BUCK MARTINEZ joins to talk about the upcoming Blue Jays season and the status of the prospects.
The Bob McCown Podcast
EPISODE 92 - BUCK MARTINEZ, the voice of the Blue Jays, joins to talk about the upcoming season and the continued growth of the young core. How much does this team remind Buck of the early 1980s Blue Jays? Are the Jays done shopping? Do they need more pitching depth? What can we expect from Vladdy Jr.? Also, Bob and the guys share their thoughts on Tiger Woods.
The Bat Around- January 24th, 2021- Matt Blood, Buck Martinez, Stan Charles
The Bat Around
The Bat Around is back after a two week hiatus. MASN made some big cuts, namely Mike Bordick, Gary Thorne, Jim Hunter, Tom Davis, and Dave Johnson. Stan "The Fan" stops by at 10:20 to discuss those cuts and some Orioles trade rumors. At 10:50, Buck Martinez joins the show to discuss the Blue Jays signing of George Springer, and at 11:35 Orioles Director of Player Development, Matt Blood, joins the guys to talk about some up-and-coming Orioles prospects. Plus, Orioles Banter to discuss the top 26-man Orioles all-time roster, and we remember the late, great Hammerin' Hank Aaron. That and more on The Bat Around!
This week on Outta the Park, we speak with legendary Blue Jays broadcaster Buck Martinez. We talk about some incredible experiences from his almost 40 year long journey with the Toronto Blue Jays. Including BOTH times that Buck experienced 'Life After Baseball', courtesy of the Jays.
EP 32 - BUCK MARTINEZ joins to break down Jays-Rays Game 1, and preview Game 2. Also, who will the Jays add this offseason?
The Bob McCown Podcast
EPISODE 32 - Blue Jays broadcaster BUCK MARTINEZ joins the show to break down Jays-Rays Game 1. Also, a preview of Game 2 and who could we see in the lineup? Buck's thoughts on Shoemaker's 3 innings and what was the key to the Jays loss? This offseason, who could the Jays add to get them closer to a contender next season.
If you followed Major league Baseball at any point during the past 50 years, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of today’s guest. Join Bernie in welcoming the ever-present John “Buck” Martinez to the program to discuss his life both in and out of the game. You’ll hear about Buck’s early years in Reading, CA, and the influence of his World War II veteran parents, as well as his All-Conference career at Elk Grove High School, his Hall Of Fame career at Sacramento City College and his introduction to the Major Leagues as an original Kansas City Royal. Plus: impressions of a young George Brett; playing for Bobby Cox and Whitey Herzog; a one-inning pitching career, and Buck’s painful and pivotal role in the only 9-2-7-2 double play in Major league history. Later, Buck talks about partnering with Chris Berman for their Emmy Award-winning call of Cal Ripken Jr.’s record-breaking 2131st consecutive game and the challenges of broadcasting Blue Jays home games in Buffalo during the pandemic. In closing, Bernie and Buck discuss Major League Baseball’s length-of-game issues, the Blue Jays second-generation stars and Buck’s famous golf partners. #Gamespeopleplaypodcast #Classicsports #Baseball
A's Cast - A's Unfiltered - Ep. 103 Ft. Ken Singleton, Dewayne Staats, Dave O'Brien, Rick Dempsey and Buck Martinez
Oakland A's Podcast