In the second hour, Matt Spiegel shared his 26-man "All City" roster featuring a lot of White Sox and ... some Cubs players. After that, Marquee Sports Network analyst Doug Glanville joined the show to discuss the mentality of players who have been traded and the importance of coaches teaching their players. Also, White Sox slugger Eloy Jimenez made a nice play in the outfield! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Glove Stories with Murph: Doug Glanville and Charlie Manuel
Glove Stories with Murph
Episode 18 features Doug Glanville who grew up in The Delaware Valley as a Phillies fan and eventually became one of the best center fielders in team history. Doug shares stories of his first meeting Phillies legends like Rich Ashburn and Dick Allen and his path to the majors. And Charlie Manuel remembers one of Cole Hamels’ clutch performances from the summer of 2008. Download Glove Stories with Murph wherever you get your podcasts or watch us on YouTube! https://linktr.ee/glovestoriespodcast Presented by Parx Casino Sportsbook App, new users download in app store or click ParxCasino.com/PA and use the promo code “MONEY” for first bet risk-free up to $500. Must be 21. Gambling Problem—Call 1800-Gambler. And by Red Robin, official home of insanely delicious Gourmet Burgers & Brews!
“Why Black America Has Abandoned Baseball” with Doug Glanville
Real Sports Podcast
Real Sports Podcast host Max Gershberg is joined by former Major League Baseball outfielder turned broadcaster and writer Doug Glanville to reflect on Chris Rock’s archived 2015 stand-up piece on why black baseball fans are considered an “endangered species.” They examine the idea of fandom being generational and review the Marist poll and Center for Sports Communication study results highlighting the realities keeping participation low among African-Americans. [The interview starts at 08:45.]See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A discussion with Doug Glanville on unwritten rules and analytics
Doug Glanville stops by the Cubs Weekly Podcast to chat with host Cole Wright and Tony Andracki about a couple of buzz topics surrounding Major League Baseball lately - unwritten rules and analytics.Glanville hosts Class is in Session on Marquee Sports Network and explains what stood out to him most from a recent episode revolving around analytics and their role in today's game. He also explains why Kris Bryant's versatility cannot be measured on paper and the trio discuss how the Cubs have turned around their offense in part by going against some analytics.Plus, an open conversation about the White Sox unwritten rules controversy and an interview with the Cubs new PA announcer Jeremiah Paprocki.
Analyst, Educator, Advocate and former Iowa Cubs player, Doug Glanville joins us for this special Jackie Robinson Day episode of Unwritten Rules. Glanville discusses the impact and influence of Jackie Robinson and how having mentors and leaders who understand your experience can redefine what you believe is possible. We also look at Glanville's time in Des Moines, his successful stint in Puerto Rico that reinvigorated his confidence, and the joys of seeing his kids take an interest in the game of baseball. Broadcaster Alex Cohen hosts.
296. State of Major League Baseball 2021 w/Doug Glanville
Sports With Friends
Doug Glanville joined the show to discuss the challenges that face Major League Baseball as the 2021 season commences. Glanville has been doing shows with Seth since his playing days when Seth and Darryl Hamilton hosted on MLB Radio.This season, baseball is dealing with the fallout from moving its All-Star Game out of Atlanta, to issues on the field such as launch-angle and an abundance of strikeouts, to marketing problems, and an upcoming collective bargaining fight between its owners and players.Glanville, a nine-year MLB veteran, is a frequent contributor to numerous outlets, including Marquee Sports Network, ESPN, the New York Times, and The Athletic, and is an adjunct professor at the University of Connecticut. He is the author of The Game From Where I Stand, an inside look at the human side of the game of baseball, and is outspoken on topics related to the human condition, including equity, diversity, public policy, and community building.A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Glanville is the host and creator of a new panel show on Marquee Sports Network, exploring the intersection between sports and the larger society. Each month, Glanville sits down with a distinguished panel of guests, analyzing and providing solutions to the most challenging issues in the world of sports.Doug Glanville can be found on Twitter at @dougglanville.
On the latest episode of the Cubs Weekly Podcast, Professor Doug Glanville stops by to teach host Cole Wright and Tony Andracki a thing or two. Among the topics include Glanville's new show, "Class is in Session" on Marquee Sports Network, how Glanville navigated the shift from a Major League Baseball player to a professor and author in his post-playing career and his thoughts on the league's new rules.Glanville also provides an emotional farewell to his friend and colleague Pedro Gomez, the legendary and affable ESPN baseball reporter who passed away Sunday.
Doug Glanville and Eno Sarris on intricacies of the Outfield & World Series Numbers
Sports Info Solutions Baseball Podcast
On this episode of the Sports Info Solutions Baseball Podcast, Mark Simon (@MarkASimonSays) talks to Doug Glanville (@dougglanville) of ESPN and his baseball-writing colleague at The Athletic, Eno Sarris (@enosarris).Doug breaks down what goes into making the catches that were made during the postseason, whether it was the home run robberies by Mookie Betts and Cody Bellinger, or the tumbling catch by Manuel Margot (3:39). He explains how Mookie Betts is getting better (6:51) and discusses differences in outfield play from when he played to now (13:19). And for fun, we close the segment by talking analytics with Doug – the analytics of great French toast (16:51).Eno gives us the state of the Rays and Dodgers heading into the World Series (22:23), talks strikeout percentages and high fastballs (24:24), and picks which player most impressed him (29:27). He also predicts who will win the World Series and how long it will take – both in games and in hours (31:05).For more on defensive play in this year’s World Series, check out our preview article at the SIS Blog.Thank you for listening. Please rate and review us if you can. Stay safe and stay well.
The group discusses the changing dynamics of the game, how to make it more compelling in the future and the legacy of baseball beyond the field. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Doug Glanville on protests and athletes using their power
Steady Habits: A CT Mirror Podcast
Four years after quarterback Colin Kaepernick first took a knee during the national anthem, and three months after the killing of George Floyd, sports are at the forefront of the national conversation about racism and police brutality, and athletes at all levels are using their voices to try and affect change. But even after decades of activism in sports, many athletes are told to “stick to the game,” and stay out of politics. Doug Glanville, knows that’s not possible. And he thinks sports - at their best - can provide a kind of blueprint for what better politics might look like. Glanville is a former Major League Baseball player, and has been an analyst for a variety of networks and publications. He’s the author of a book, “The Game From Where I Stand” and teaches at UConn. He’s also a member of the Connecticut Police Officer Standards and Training Council, and has been active in police reform efforts in the state after a widely-publicized incident where he was racially profiled in his own driveway. He joined John this week for a special live Zoom event for the Connecticut Mirror called “Race, Politics and Sports.” For a full transcript of this interview, go to steadyhabits.org.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.