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46 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joe Kelly. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joe Kelly, often where they are interviewed.

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46 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joe Kelly. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joe Kelly, often where they are interviewed.

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Joe Kelly speaks on MLB bubble; Dodgers off-season talk; Rams lose in Miami

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Joe Kelly has some very candid thoughts on the MLB bubble (or lack thereof) in Texas. We discuss some potential free agents that the Dodgers may bring back. Also, the Rams were dominated by the Dolphins in Miami - are they pretenders?
Nov 02 2020 · 44mins
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Bradfo Sho, Ep. 173: Our World Series correspondent, Joe Kelly

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Bradfo Sho Hall of Famers Joe Kelly returns to the podcast fresh off his World Series win with the Dodgers. Kelly joins Rob Bradford to get an inside look at all that the Dodgers experienced during their World Series run, including the issues that came with the MLB bubble, the Jason Turner drama and the honest reaction to when Blake Snell got taken out. Kelly also gets into how his son Knox became the team's biggest motivator throughout the final two rounds of the postseason, resulting in a wave of videos and t-shirts. He is the best World Series correspondent a podcast could hope for.

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Oct 30 2020 · 35mins

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#345: Joe Kelly – writer/producer talks comics, animation, Spider-Man, Superman, Deadpool, and more!

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It’s non-stop action with Non-Stop Spider-Man writer, Joe Kelly! Joe drops by the Lair to chat about his latest Spidey title, Superman, Deadpool, the super production team Man of Action, Ben 10, his graphic novel and movie I Kill Giants and tons of other super stuff! PLUS – your chance to score a Ben 10 Versus the Universe DVD!
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Oct 24 2020 · 1hr 36mins
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Lance McCullers Jr. on Joe Kelly, Astros immunity, throwing 24 straight curves & more

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Lance McCullers Jr visits Starkville and open up about a whole bunch of topics. He responds to Joe Kelly's recent comments about the Astros and explains that the immunity everyone complains about the Astros receiving isn't what you think it is. He also talks about coming back from Tommy John surgery, his work within the Houston community, throwing 24 straight curveballs in the World Series and more. Jayson and Doug also cover the death of the games back column, answer listener trivia and pay tribute to the Negro Leagues in a packed episode of Starkville.

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Aug 18 2020 · 1hr 25mins

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Dodgers Pitcher, Joe Kelly

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The episode you have all been waiting for! An exclusive interview with Dodgers Pitcher, Joe Kelly as he gives us the entire scoop on what happened in the recent incident against Carlos Correa and the Astros. When an athlete is suspended it is usually for good reason. However, in Kelly’s case, he is not buying it and is calling the MLB out as he prepares for his appeal. It is usually a nice conversation when you run into a friend in the elevator, but what if it's someone you don’t like? Well, Kelly explains what would happen if he ran into Correa in an elevator. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE, write a REVIEW, and come be a SWINGER! 

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Aug 13 2020 · 44mins
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EP 101 - DO NOT BE AFRAID TO SAY NO: Dumb F*ck Dr. Emmanuel & Voting by Mail, Joe Kelly's Suspension, NBA Restart, Snoop Dogg's Top Rappers & more

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Internally Flawless, Diamond Clarity Podcasting. His name is Ben Baller aka Housecat aka The Korean John Cusack is here to discuss: Going back to having guests, KTOWN Hustler Series 3 coming up, those who sent gifts for EP 100, getting anxiety, not being afraid to say No, Yellow Gold Money Counters, Dodger Blue Lighters dropping on BBDTC.com, Dumb F*ck Dr. Emmanuel & PizzaGate, Voting by Mail, the next PML Quickstrike, Kodak, Joe Kelly's Suspension, NBA Restarting, NFL Top 100 List & wanting you raise the 12 flag at a Seahawks game, Snoop Dogg's Top Rapper list & a whole lot more. This episode is not to be missed!

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Jul 30 2020 · 41mins
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Joe Kelly Reaction, Takeaways from the First Week

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Mike and Jake share their reactions to the Joe Kelly/Carlos Correa drama of Tuesday night and Kelly’s suspension on Wednesday and then discuss their takeaways from the Astros’ first week of games.

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Jul 30 2020 · 50mins
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The Baseball Reporters: Red Sox Drop 4th Straight, Joe Kelly Suspended by MLB, and the Red Sox Pitching Woes

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Tony Massarotti opened up the Baseball Reporters discussing the continued struggles of the Boston Red Sox.  Mazz also got into the Joe Kelly suspension for an incident between the Dodgers and Astros.  Mazz also shared his concerns with Xander Bogaerts and Rafael Devers.

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Jul 29 2020 · 37mins
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Bradfo Sho, Ep. 160: The return of baseball and Joe Kelly

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Baseball is coming back which means two things: 1. The Bradfo Sho has cranked back up; 2. Joe Kelly is jumping back on the podcast express. Fresh off adding twins to his family, the former Red Sox pitcher joins to discuss the ins and outs of playing the upcoming abbreviated 2020 season. Among the topics are some of the unexpected changes the 60-game regular season will present, and how Kelly did contemplate not coming back to play this season.

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Jun 24 2020 · 35mins
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Joe Kelly: Former first round draft pick and teammate of mine, Joe Kelly speaks up about Black Lives Matter. Very powerful convo including former Head Coach Jim Mora on the pod. Joe details what it has been like to be black in America.

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155: Joe Kelly: Former NFL Linebacker and  and All-Star Player, gives his take on the murder of George Floyd, the Black Lives Matter response, his own experiences with racial profiling as an African American professional athlete, and the systemic biases that need to change. 

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Host Mark Pattison met Joe Kelly at the University of Washington. Since then, Joe Kelly has had an 11-year NFL career with the Cincinnati Bengals, New York Jets, Los Angeles Raiders, Los Angeles Rams, Green Bay Packers, and Philadelphia Eagles. But Jim’s success on the field didn’t protect him from racial discrimination off of the field as an African American man. “This isn’t something that is new for the African American community. It is just now that it is being taped. If we can go back to what half of America thought was very controversial with Colin Kaepernick taking a knee. We as African Americans understood it was never about the flag. That is a discussion that needs to be had as well because it wasn’t about disrespecting the flag, disrespecting the national anthem. His focus was on what you saw in Minneapolis 7 days ago with Mr. Floyd. We are talking about the things that we as African Americans deal with, regardless of your financial status. Still, when you walk out of that door, you are black. When you come out of that locker room, you’re black. When you cash that $1 million check, you’re black.”

On this episode of Finding Your Summit Podcast, we talk with Joe Kelly about how history keeps repeating itself with racial oppression and what Joe Kelly has experienced with his own eyes. “In my own neighborhoods, I didn’t really have that problem growing up. But it wasn’t until I got to the NFL and I was making money that I started personally dealing with being racially profiled, being stopped and not getting a ticket, but having a gun put to my head. That happened to me 6-7 times. I never got a ticket. But I fit the description. So, what we’re talking about here, regardless of what Mr. Floyd did 10 minutes prior to the video. For 9 minutes, for 9 minutes the police had their knee on his neck and basically murdered the guy. But this isn’t anything new to us.”  

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Joe highlights the economic inequities that exist against African Americans. “When you talk about generational wealth, the African American community has never really been allowed, for years, to be able to be put in that category because they weren’t initially allowed to own homes and the banks wouldn't allow them or loan money to them to buy the homes. They started businesses. They couldn’t get loans to start businesses. So, you always stay at a point where you are always below the poverty level.” 

Equality and change takes people of all races. “This thing has galvanized. Even with the Civil Rights movement we had pockets of the United States, cities. There are countries. We have countries right now, and you have 50% of the people out there protesting are caucasian. So, when we made the changes in the Civil Rights, it wasn’t just because of us protesting and rioting, because at the end of the day we didn’t have power with the politicians. We had to get out there and vote. You have to vote for people that are going to change policies.”

There has been a long-wronging history of police brutality against African Americans. “Here, being a first-round pick, being racially profiled and having guns put to my head at routine stops. We’re trying to let everybody understand that plight of police brutality, and they don’t have to have a reason. You’ve seen the caucasian kid that went in and murdered wonderful African Americans in South Carolina. When they caught him, they eventually got Burger King for him. He wasn’t thrown to the grown. He wasn’t brutally maimed.” 

Joe Kelly explains white privilege and how he has had to carry himself out in public in order to deal with it safely. “White Americans need to understand, not just White Supremacy because those are people way on the right, white privilege. You know, there is white privilege. Me being an African American man, I’ve been in the elevator, being the only African American in the elevator and I have to purposely make other people, other white people on the elevator feel comfortable because I don’t want them to think that I’m this angry black man and that they have to worry about getting robbed. That is ingrained.” 

Black Lives Matter is about African Americans having equal opportunities, equal legal and justice treatment, and equal economic equity. “Understand that when we say Black Lives Matter, we’re not saying that your life doesn't matter, my life is more important than yours. We want to be equal. We’re not hollering because we want to be superior to you. We’ve been trying to fight for 400 years to say that we are your equal. We want to have equal access to housing. We want to have equal access to jobs. What we’re talking about here is being able to open up a business, getting a bank loan, the judicial system. Talking about black-on-black crime, when black folks kill black folks, they go to jail for a long time. It is working in that aspect. But it is not working when a black person is killed at the hands of a police officer.” 

Unequal Education Systems 

There is a huge disparity between schools in poverty-stricken black inner city neighborhoods and wealthy white neighborhoods. “When you are growing up with an educational system that is so inferior to a school that is probably five minutes away. Those kids have better teachers. They have better resources. They have better extra-curricular activities. Where here, kids are coming to school in inner city areas, they come to school hungry. My kids, I’ve been doing group homes since I retired and my kids go to school and the books they bring home. They had this book in the 80s when I was in school. It starts there. It starts with the educational system, getting to some point where it is fair.” 

Change is Needed  

During this episode of Finding Your Summit Podcast, the discussion with Joe Kelly also delves into the importance of true racial change and unity around this issue. “The African American community can in no way do this by ourselves systemically. This has been part of our society since the beginning, before slavery. It isn’t changing overnight. You would think after Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights that we wouldn’t be discussing what happened to Floyd. That should be so far from reality. But that is our reality.”

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Jun 12 2020 · 1hr 18mins