Brewers pitcher Brent Suter hops on Jen, Gabe, and Chewy to talk about foods he would hate to be allergic to, discuss fans being back in the fold, share his expectations for the Brewers this season (fingers crossed!!), and look at how a down 2020 for some guys might not mean anything in 2021.
HR 1: Bucks vs Heat Game 2 Preview - Ti Windisch (The Gyro Step Podcast) - Best Tweet (Brent Suter and Patrick Mahomes)
B.J. & The Bear
B.J. and Brian are amped up this morning as we break down the Heat vs. Bucks Game 2 preview and our predictions for tonight's game! Ti Windisch (The Gyro Step Podcast) tells us what he's most concerned with about the Bucks and his thoughts on the rotations so far with Coach Bud. We end the first hour with our best tweet and it comes from Brewers Pitcher Brent Suter and we discuss Patrick Mahomes Super Bowl ring cost!
Bonus: Opening Day Preview with Brent Suter's Actual Raptor (@brewersraptor on Twitter)
Bleeding Blue & Yellow Podcast
Opening Day is here! We interview "Brent Suter's Actual Raptor", @brewersraptor on Twitter to discuss '90's baseball and a preview of the upcoming year. The Postseason was expanded to 16 teams, how will that affect the Brewers' Playoff chances? Enjoy this bonus episode interview with @brewersraptor! Be sure to check out our blog at bleedingblueandyellow.wordpress.com, and remember to subscribe, rate, and review our podcast! Find us on Instagram and Twitter @brewerspodcast.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bleedingblueandyellow/support
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314: Brent Suter part 2: A Major League pitcher and his farmers markets
This Sustainable Life
If you love hearing people at the peak of the human condition behind the scenes, you'll love this episode with Major League Baseball pitcher Brent Suter. I think you'll also hear the subtext of food connecting his family already and his teammates soon.Sports and foodI love sports, competition, and athletics. I love food, meaning fresh vegetables and fruit. This conversation with Brent, I felt like a kid in a candy store.This is one of the shortest times between episodes. As I mentioned at the end of last episode, Brent decided to commit to shopping at a farmers market after we stopped recording. He knew of places near him that he had meant to visit. He did the next day, then again the next weekend, and made some vegetable stews of his own, which he loved---the result, the process, the learning, and more.The mental game of professional sportsPrepare yourself for the future of athletics---eating delicious and healthy for himself as an individual, an athlete, a husband, and a human.He also indulged me in sharing about the mental side of professional sports, what facing a batter feels like, how he trains, how he handles success and failure.I hope you enjoyed our conversation even half as much as I did.Covid-19 note: Is it safe to eat produce from farmers markets? Yes and please do.Previous guest Marion Nestle is one of the world's top food experts and these posts of hers compile useful information:Is it safe to eat produce from farmers markets? Yes and please do.Is it safe to eat fresh produce? Yes (with caveats)Enjoy farmers markets, enjoy vegetables, and enjoy banding together as a national and eventually global team See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
295: Brent Suter, part 1: Major league baseball pitcher and steward
This Sustainable Life
I met Brent through guest Tia Nelson, both Wisconsin celebrities---she in politics, he in sport---who work with the Outrider Foundation.He is this podcast's first MLB pitcher in string of athletes from the Olympics, NFL, Americas Cup, beep baseball, and more. I bring athletes because they excel in the key leadership domain of personal growth and development.In a world based on polluting, environmental action requires challenging yourself to grow and develop. Early leaders like this podcast community have to swim upstream, acting against cultural norms.Besides winning on the diamond, as you'll hear from Brent, he is also developing himself, his teammates, the Brewers organizations, and the Brewers fans to act environmentally. Professional athletes not being known for hugging trees, he's choosing to take on challenges he doesn't have to. He wrote of his stewardship and teamwork in Winning Over My Baseball Teammates to Strikeout Waste.In this episode he shares why and how. We also talk about the professional athletic experience---what it's like being on the mound, to work your way to the majors with no guarantee, to recover from injury, and more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Boys of Summer are back! The Brewers are celebrating the team's 50th anniversary in Milwaukee this season, hoping to make it to the playoffs for the third year in a row. In this episode of Deff-initely Milwaukee, Carl catches up with a couple of the players at the recent Brewers on Deck event, pitcher Brent Suter and infielder Eric Sogard.
Episode 433 Brent Suter is a pitcher with the Milwaukee Brewers. He was selected in the 31st round of the 2012 MLB Draft by Milwaukee after playing college baseball at Harvard and four years later, he made his MLB debut - August 19, 2016. In May of 2018, Suter hit his first career home run off of Corey Kluber but just 2 months later, he had Tommy John surgery. He returned from rehab to pitch in the Major Leagues in September of 2019 and performed well enough to make the postseason roster and pitch in the Wild Card playoff game loss to the eventual World Series champion Washington Nationals. On this episode of the podcast, we talk to Brent Suter about his recovery from Tommy John, pitching in the postseason, that time he hit a home run, how he came to faith in Christ, and of course, his love of impressions. Brent might be the funniest guy we've had on the podcast. For more, log on to http://SportsSpectrum.com
CCR Ep 37 Baseball, Circus, and Climate Change with MLB pitcher Brent Suter and circus artist Eliana Dunlap
Citizens' Climate Lobby
In this episode we feature two people with very unconventional jobs. Milwaukee Brewers pitcher, Brent Suter is concerned about climate change. He is using his platform to speak out. Circus artist and podcaster, Eliana Dunlap, "does circus" and is using circus arts to raise awareness about climate change. There is a growing movement among professional athletes. Beyond greening the sportsworld, more and more champions are using their platforms to urge large scale responses to climate change. Lew Blaustein, editor at Green Sports Blog, writes about this trend. He has been introducing Citizens Climate Radio host, Peterson Toscano to professional athletes who are not afraid to talk about climate change. Brent Suter received a scholarship to play baseball at Harvard University, where he studied environmental science. He learned about the effects of climate change and what how we need to drastically reduce our pollution. At first that meant making individual lifestyle choices to lower his own personal carbon footprint, but he has been expanding his efforts. Through his Strike Out Waste initiative, he got professional baseball players to use reusable water bottles during spring training. That’s just a start. Brent understands we need to change national energy policy. In a recent interview for the Green Sport Blog he said, "At this point in time, a carbon pricing program and higher incentives for clean energy are absolutely imperative towards the goal of stabilizing our climate and ensuring a healthy and viable future for our planet. The Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act would not only help achieve these goals, but would give the funds raised back to the people, save countless lives, and create millions of jobs! A Green Revolution needs to happen fast, and this law, if passed, would play a vital role in helping solve the most important problem of our lives.” Hear our exclusive interview and learn more about the exciting news about how Brent is taking on climate change. The Art HouseEliana Dunlap was not born into a circus family; instead she learned circus arts at a circus school in Quebec. Her circus skill set is impressive and includes acrobatics, juggling, dance, and her speciality, the German Wheel. She has been performing circus arts in non-traditional spaces. She is also someone who is creatively responding to climate change. Through her podcast, Changing the World and Other Circus Related Things, she is connecting with other concerned circus artists. She is also one of the founding members of the Circus Action Network. Eliana likens the high stakes world of circus arts to the challenges we face with climate change. She also sees examples from the circus world about how we can get people from various backgrounds to work together. This summer she and a friend will do street performances of a new circus art show called, High Stakes--What's the Plan(t)? In addition to lots of juggling and acrobatics, the show features a live plant as part of the action. In this fascinating interview, Eliana opens up about the world of circus and how she and other concerned artists are creating avenues for a deeper conversation about climate change. PuzzlerIn answer to last month's question, high school student, Jerome Foster II, explains why in his climate work he is more of an advocate than a rebel. New Puzzler QuestionIt’s a weird one, but there is a method in Our madness. We need to expand the ways we talk about climate change. Here is the question: What color do you associate with climate change and why? or What sound do you associate with climate change and why? Answer either or both. Try answering the puzzler question. Leave your name, contact info, and where you are from. Get back to host, Peterson Toscano by July, 15, 2018. You can email your answers to radio @ citizensclimate.org or leave a voicemail of 3 minutes or less at 518.595.9414. (+1 if calling from outside the USA.)Dig DeeperUnited Nations Sports for Climate Action Framework Brent Suter on Major League Baseball Network Twitter with a video about sustainability WTMJ 4 featuring Brent Suter's skills doing impressions See Eliana Dunlap on the German Wheel and on the Trapeze A short documentary about the German Wheel High Stakes--What's the Plan(t) video promo You can hear Citizens’ Climate Radio on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher Radio, SoundCloud, Podbean, Northern Spirit Radio, Google Play, PlayerFM, and TuneIn Radio. Also, feel free to connect with other listeners, suggest program ideas, and respond to programs in the Citizens’ Climate Radio Facebook group or on Twitter at @CitizensCRadio. If you listen on Apple Podcasts, please consider rating and reviewing us!