36 years later, it still may be the greatest April Fools’ prank ever pulled. Joe Berton (Sidd Finch) and Layne Stewart (Sports Illustrated photographer) talk about how they helped trick the sports world with the Mets signing of the mysterious prospect, Sidd Finch. Former Met, Ed Lynch, even joins the podcast to share his point of view as a player. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
No novo episódio do Na Era do Garrafão, uma proposta diferente: voltamos para a MLB de 1985 para contar a singular história de Sidd Finch, o melhor arremessador da história do beisebol que sonhava em ser cantor. Uma história que vale a sua audiência.
It's Ricky #10 - Trickery - Ricky Solves the Chattanooga Lookouts Mascot Heist, Looks Back on Sidd Finch, and debuts "Bienvenido a la Maquina"
Trash Pandas Podcast Network
THIS EPISODE In "Trickery" Episode #10, Ricky Fernandez reveals his plans for the previously kidnapped Looie the Lookout, the mascot of Double-A South neighbor Chattanooga Lookouts. Plus, Ricky rewinds one of greatest April Fool's Day pranks in sports history, the revelation of Mets' prospect Sidd Finch. Plus Denim Dave debuts "Bienvenida a la Maquina". ABOUT THE HOST Ricky Fernandez is the on-field host of Trash Pandas games at Toyota Field and the club's Promotions Manager. The multi-faceted personality can be seen across Trash Pandas digital channels and quickly developed into one of the faces of Baseball's Most Meteoric Franchise. With a quick wit, and flare for the funny, Ricky brings his energy to the Trash Pandas Podcast Network. TRASH PANDAS PODCAST NETWORK Join the personalities of the Rocket City Trash Pandas as they tell the stories from Baseball's most meteoric franchise. Play-by-Play Broadcaster Josh Caray presents conversations with prospects and personnel from the organization. In-Stadium Emcee Ricky Fernandez chats about the latest news and promotions.
Talking with Sidd Finch, Stoop Shoots, Unplugging From Your Phone and the Traps of Instagram
Shallow Depth of Pod
We're joined by Photographer Sidd Finch, who is working on a series of portraits of different artists and creatives on their front porches or stoops, capturing the vibe of quarantine creativity. We discuss how Instagram can affect the creative process, as well as Sidd's background in throwing music shows and festivals.
Shorties 60: Unhittable - Sidd Finch and the Tibetan Fastball
Documenteers: The Documentary Podcast
The idea of this episode was recorded before the MLB season opener was delayed. Who knows what the fuck is going on by the time this Shorty drops? Anyways. In this Shorty Drew and Bob discuss an ESPN short documentary about the greatest pitcher of all time as reported by George Plimpton. The guy’s name is Sidd Finch and he can throw a baseball at 168 mph. The Mets got him so do us a favor and don’t remember what day it was 2 days ago. More on this DEEP inside of this episode. CUM on in and Keep on Doccin’https://documenteerspodcast.comWatch the short here: https://www.espn.com/watch/player?id=12547809&lang=enThe original article: https://www.si.com/mlb/2014/10/15/curious-case-sidd-finchJoe Berton: https://www.oakpark.com/News/Articles/4-1-2015/The-curious-case-of-Joe-Berton/Lesson from a master: https://ultraculture.org/blog/2012/12/28/steven-seagal-buddha-nature/
It's been more than 30 years since Sports Illustrated pulled off the greatest April Fool's prank ever - The Curious Case of Sidd Finch, which told the story of a New York Mets rookie pitcher who was raised by Tibetan monks, played the French Horn and threw a 168 mile-per-hour fastball. It was a joke, of course. But it has became legend. We decided to honor this year's April Fool's Day by speaking with former SI Managing Editor Mark Mulvoy about how it came about, how they kept it secret and why it wouldn't happen today. Listen in.
Episode 15 – Would Sidd Finch like Marvel Netflix Series (or milkshakes)?
Life with a Twist of Lemon
Dear Listener, If you’re sick of milkshake talk skip the first 3.5 minutes. From there we rejoice in our first iTunes written review AND the first great mystery of Life with a Twist of Lemon. Jon used the Meat Rubs by Fenker that he received in the mail and gives his review. Bad news for Netflix / Marvel Fans. Stan and Jon discuss the cancellation of Luke Cage and Iron Fist. Jon gives an update on the House Hunt. Finally – Stan suggests a book for Jon to read: “Creative Selection.” A book that Stan says is one of the best books in technology. Jon also wants to make a look at “It doesn’t have to be crazy at work.” Thanks for listening – leave a review and we just might talk about you too! – Jon Kohlmeier https://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/twistoflemonpod.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/015-lwatol-20181025.mp3 Show notes: The Catechism Prayer Book – by Jon’s Father in Law Netflix Cancels Luke Cage and Iron Fist – NBC Article Creative Selection It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy At Work Rework
Wow!!This won an award from the New York Times podcasting Contest! All music from Youtube audio library: Cambodian Odyssey by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100585 Artist: http://incompetech.com/)
In the final week of March 1985, an article from "Sports Illustrated" began to circulate through the media. Written by noted journalist George Plimpton, the article detailed a 28-year old New York Mets pitching prospect, who could allegedly throw the baseball more than 168 miles-per-hour. When the truth was finally discovered, April Fool's Day had come and gone...