Jimmy Cook and Brendan King Co-Host the Dan Dakich Show. Jason Hammer gives his NBA/MLB picks for tonight, Jeremiah Johnson previews Pacers vs Lakers, Kevin Bowen breaks down Colts schedule, Beau Estes on fan attendance during NBA playoffs, and Ken Korach on MLB limiting the shift
The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
(00:00-25:45) – Jimmy Cook and Brendan King close out the final edition of the Dan Dakich Show this week and open up today’s edition of the Dan Dakich Show discussing their golf games, what they think about the 2021-2022 NFL schedule for the Indianapolis Colts, and which two games they think are the most important on the schedule. (25:45-39:06) – A very good friend of the show in Jason Hammer from 93WIBC joins Jimmy Cook and Brendan King to give you what picks he likes tonight in the MLB, throws in one NBA pick that he really likes, and if he has ever been in a situation where he loves the hook in a bet. (39:06-41:48) – Jimmy Cook and Brendan King close out the first hour of today’s show my reminiscing when they used to be in the Command Center during the month of March and how the Pacers maintained to stay in the game while dealing a lot of injuries. (41:48-1:06:03) – The Fan’s very own Kevin Bowen from 1075thefan.com joins Brendan King and Jimmy Cook on the Dan Dakich Show to share his initial thoughts of the Colts schedule when following it being released on Wednesday, how the Colts are one of two teams that have not had a Sunday or Monday night primetime home game in the last six years, and which game on the schedule could be a trap game. (1:04:10-1:19:17) – Jeremiah Johnson from Pacers Sports and Entertainment stops by the Dan Dakich Show with Jimmy Cook and Brendan King recapping the effort the Indiana Pacers played with last night against the Milwaukee Bucks, whether or not if there was any truth surrounding the Nate Bjorkgren rumors, and where his optimism is at with the Pacers making it out of the play-in tournament and into the NBA Playoffs. (1:19:17-1:24:19) – Jimmy Cook and Brendan King close out the second hour of today’s edition of the Dan Dakich Show by giving away two pairs of Dirks Bentley concert tickets with a little bit of trivia from the youngsters. (1:24:19-1:48:19) – From NBATV, Beau Estes joins Jimmy Cook and Brendan King on the Dan Dakich Show to give his take on how the play-in tournament has an overall impact on how the teams perform in their final games of the, where he views the Indiana Pacers from a national perspective, and what he has heard in terms of attendance during the NBA Playoffs. (1:48:20-2:01:56) – Brendan King and Jimmy Cook co-host the Dan Dakich Show and are joined by play-by-play voice of the Oakland Athletics in Ken Korach to explain how he felt after hearing about the possibility of a relocation, if hitting has become so much better in pitching, and how soon the MLB can enforce shift limitations. (2:01:56-2:03:50) – Jimmy Cook and Brendan King close out today’s edition of the Dan Dakich Show with the JCook Parlay of the day.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
TC Martin Show- April 6, 2021 (Hour 1) Guest: Ken Korach
TC Martin Show
Recapping Baylor's dominating performance over Gonzaga in the NCAA championship game. Ken Korach, former UNLV basketball play-by-play announcer and current Oakland A's broadcaster joins to discuss seaon openers and more.
Longtime A's radio man -- and legend -- Ken Korach joins host Alex Espinoza for a great interview on the G.O.A.P.Learn about the origins of his trademark "lights have taken effect" call, his 40-plus year career in broadcasting, the romance of baseball on the radio, his relationship with Bill King, the 2021 A's and more.
A's broadcaster Ken Korach Talks Roster, MLB Rules for 2021
Green and Bold
Oakland A's radio play-by-play man Ken Korach visits with David and Joe and shares thoughts about the COVID 19-shortened 2020 season and whether this season may play out in similar fashion. He also touches on the A's rotation and their needs in the middle infield, and he shares what (and who) inspired his latest writing project.
A's lead radio announcer Ken Korach previews the team's series against the Chicago White Sox. He also discusses the experience of announcing games during a pandemic and reveals his favorite (and least favorite!) radio calls of his career.
A's radio play-by-play man Ken Korach joins Susan to talk about the team's new radio deal, walk-off homers, Jesus Luzardo's first big-league start and the difficulties of calling games from Oakland when the team is on the road. | Coronavirus updates: sfchronicle.com/coronavirus | A’s Plus Newsletter: sfchronicle.com/asnewsletter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Let's spend opening day discussing some baseball. Ken discusses what he he is looking forward to this season in Oakland. The way he explains the Dallas Braden perfect game and emotion behind it. Ken talks about how he is a baseball purist and the difficulties teams have playing in Oakland and how lucky he is that the A's keep putting.a great product on the field. Also the discussion of how the 60 man squad may be used and some surprises the A's have there.