Juan Castro nos habla de la preparación de los Filis de Filadelfia para la temporada 2021, los retos que se enfrenta como manager de la Selección Olímpica de México y como vivió la Fernandomania hace 40 años.
S2E21: Music, Culture, and Cannabis with DJ Juan Castro
Outsmoken: The World's Most Potent Podcast
On today's episode of Outsmoken, we're joined by very special guest, DJ Juan Castro (@djjuancastro on Instagram), to talk about how our favorite flower has impacted the way he sees (and hears) the world! . Known for his array of styles and inspiration, DJ Juan Castro shares with us the start of his journey with cannabis, the secret to his rapidly-growing Twitch streaming community, and some of his favorite experiences with cannabis! This is an amazing episode to kick back, roll up, or cruise to! Tune in and let us know what you think, and catch his streams weekly at 9PM on Twitch.tv! . . Engineered by @_n_x_t_j_e_n_--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/outsmoken/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/outsmoken/support
T1-MTALKS Ep.8: Cómo conocer los intereses de tu audiencia- #MarketersTalks Juan Castro
Marketers Podcast Lab
Regalemos dinero! Ya te capte la atención ¿cierto? Es lo que vamos a ver en este episodio. ¿Cómo saber los intereses de mi audiencia? ¿Cómo hacer llegar mi solución al usuario ideal? ¿Cómo hago que me paguen lo que yo quiero a por la solución? Con Juan Castro de Neurons Inc. en #MarketersTalks hablamos sobre la importancia de identificar e interpretar correctamente los intereses de mis usuario para utilizar mejor mis recursos y hacer que el mercado este satisfecho con mi solución. Obten material descargable para aprender marketing 👇🏻 https://beacons.page/joseijuarez.marketing --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/joseijuarezmarketing/message
Today I was blessed to be able to talk to Juan and Dakisha, a Godly couple that both have strong ministries . Stick around to hear how they are able to glorify God every day both separate and together!!
Juan Castro, Manager Mexico Team to Olympics for first time, Phillies Infield Coach for Joe Girardi
Baseball Outside the Box - Coaching Podcast
Juan Castro a 21 year professional MLB player, Coach, Manager, plus assistant to the GM of the Dodgers, World Baseball Classic Coach Mexico National Team and an outstanding person who understands developing players at the lower levels. Juan Gabriel Castro (born June 20, 1972), is a Mexican former professional baseball infielder, who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Cincinnati Reds, Minnesota Twins, Baltimore Orioles, and Philadelphia Phillies, during his 17-year big league career. Castro was known mainly for his defensive abilities. He was primarily a reserve player. Castro batted and threw right-handed. He currently is serving as the infield coach for the Philadelphia Phillies and the manager for Mexico national baseball team. Baseball career Los Angeles Dodgers Castro was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1991 and began his trek through the minor leagues with the Great Falls Voyagers in 1991. He followed that up with time spent with the Bakersfield Dodgers, San Antonio Missions and Albuquerque Dukes. He was selected to the Texas League All-Star Team while with San Antonio in 1994. Castro made his major league debut with the Los Angeles Dodgers on September 2, 1995 against the Montreal Expos as a defensive replacement at third base. He got his first at bat on September 11 and recorded his first career hit in his first career start, on the final day of the season, October 1, against the San Diego Padres. Playing for the Dodgers was especially meaningful for Castro, as he idolized fellow Mexican and former Dodgers pitching ace Fernando Valenzuela as a child. Castro played for the Dodgers through the 1999 season. His primary position was shortstop, but he also backed up at second base and third base. Cincinnati Reds After seeing very little playing time during the 1999 season, Castro was traded by the Dodgers to the Cincinnati Reds for Kenny Lutz on April 1, 2000, just before the start of the season. He played with the Reds from 2000 to 2004, mostly as a utility player. In 2003, he batted .253/.290/.388 with career highs of 9 home runs and 33 RBIs. Minnesota Twins In 2005, Castro was signed by the Minnesota Twins as a backup to rookie shortstop Jason Bartlett. Bartlett struggled and Castro saw increased playing time. He batted .257/.279/.386, and his 9 sacrifices were 7th in the league. Cincinnati Reds (second stint) On June 15, 2006, Castro was traded back to the Cincinnati Reds for minor league outfielder Brandon Roberts. On April 21, 2008, he was designated for assignment by the Reds. Baltimore Orioles On May 2, 2008, he became a free agent. After spending some time playing for the Colorado Rockies‘ Triple-A affiliate, the Colorado Springs Sky Sox, he was traded to the Baltimore Orioles on July 19, and was immediately added to the major league roster. Castro started more games at shortstop than any other player in 2008 for the Orioles. Los Angeles Dodgers (second stint) He became a free agent at the end of the season and on January 4, 2009, he signed a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training with his original team, the Los Angeles Dodgers. He spent the season as a backup infielder and then filed for free agency again. Philadelphia Phillies Castro agreed to a one-year deal with the Philadelphia Phillies on November 24. Castro temporarily replaced Jimmy Rollins at shortstop after Rollins suffered a right calf injury. Playing third base, Castro fielded the ground ball and threw to first, completing the 27th and final out of Roy Halladay‘s perfect game. Los Angeles Dodgers (third stint) Castro was released by the Phillies on July 17, 2010, and returned to the Dodgers on a minor-league contract on July 27, 2010. The Dodgers called him up to the Majors on August 11, 2010. He appeared in one game and was designated for assignment on August 21. The Dodgers had intended to recall him when rosters expanded in September, but he chose to remain home to attend to an ailing family member. He became a free agent after the season but re-signed with the Dodgers on a minor league contract that included an invitation to spring training. He was assigned to the AAA Albuquerque Isotopes. On May 13, 2011, he had his contract purchased by the Dodgers. After appearing in seven games, during which he was 4 for 14, he was again designated for assignment on June 6. Retirement He retired from baseball on July 10, 2011. Over 17 years in the major leagues, he batted .229/.268/.327. Coaching Castro agreed to a new position as a special assistant to the General Manager with the Dodgers, with involvement in player development and talent evaluation. He was also a coach with the Mexico national baseball team in the 2013 World Baseball Classic. Castro was the Dodgers minor league infield coordinator in 2015. In 2016, he was added to the Dodgers major league staff in the newly created post of Quality Assurance Coach. After the 2017 season, he left the Dodgers to become the director of operations for the Tijuana Toros in the Mexican League. In 2018, Castro returned to the Mexican Pacific League to manage the Águilas de Mexicali, his second stint as manager of the club. In 2019, Castro was announced as manager for Team Mexico at the 2019 WBSC Premier12 tournament. We discuss: Where he grew up and played baseball. What skills he developed in Mexico as a young player. What strengths did he have that allowed him to get to a higher level. He says he did not have the greatest skills but____________. What it takes to be a great infielder. How to get a better jump on the ball. Pre pitch routine. Spring training with big league players were does he start and end when working on fielding. How do you create that real situation as an infielder to be ready for the real game. As a manager during tough times how do you keep focused and cool? When the beat USA to get to the gold, game winning hit, what did you tell the batter. From the time you assembled the Mexico team, organized it all, practices to the first game, what was the main message he had for the team? What is your thought process during the game? Your relationship with umpires, how important and how you dealt with them in different situations. And so much more. Juan Castro Twitter @Guaguel7 FaceBook Juan G. 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BIO: Juan, based in Long Beach CA, started his journey in the entertainment world 10 years ago. He found his passion behind two turntables and a mixer. He quickly became fascinated with the art and science of making people dance! Throughout the years he learned how to incorporate technic style and art into his craft which has led him to be one of the most sought after DJs in Orange and LA counties! Juan Castro is considered a music transformational artist who uses the mastery of DJing and entertainment to create a multi-generational experience for clients hosting events. His ability to take on different genres and styles of music and create a unique experience for guests of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds is what makes him stand out from the rest. His breadth of music knowledge, versatility in music trends, mixing skills and intuitively reading the vibe on the dance floor, gives him the well-earned reputation he’s known for. In addition, he has a talent for helping clients plan, design and execute a streamlined event customized to their style and vibe that keeps their guests engaged and entertained. His native language is Spanish making him bilingual. His diverse knowledge in different kinds of ethnic music makes him the perfect candidate for international style events. His ideal clients are people who are hosting a celebration or event that value great music and entertainment to keep their guests flowing throughout their event. He is a resident DJ for The Walt Disney Company, you can catch him spinning at Disneyland, Disney’s California Adventure and Downtown Disney weekly! TRACKLIST: 1. Mas Que Nada – Rubin Mitchell 2. Mas Que Nada – Sergio Mendes Ft. The Black Eyed Peas 3. Family Affair – Papik, Wendy Lewis 4. I want you back (Billy Hoyle Samba Remix) – jackson Five 5. Never Leave You (Ted Smooth Remix) – Lumidee ft Busta Rhymes & Fabolous 6. Never Leave you X Mi Gente (Deville Toneplay) – Lumidee 7. Mi Gente – J Balvi, Willy William 8. Drogba (Joanna) – Afro B Ft Wizkid 9. Like It Like That (Soprano Edit) – A Tribe Called Quest 10. Kanye’s Sunday Svc (Diggz Hype Acapella Intro) – Kanye West Vs Austin Millz 11. Have You Seen That Girl Gold LinkFt. Kaytranada 12. Trini Dem Girls (Nick Bike Edit) – Nicki Minaj Ft. Lunchmoney Lewis 13. Too Many Men “More Girls”(Vandalized Edit) – Jarreau Vandal 14. Like I Love you ft. MLD. (Vandalized Edit) – Jarreau Vandal 15. I Got Love (Damianito-Kaytranada Inspired Me Remix) – Nate Dogg 16. Good Times (Nick Bike acapella Edit) – The Persuasions 17. Children’s Dazz (nick Bike 808 Shake’N’Break Blend) (Tuxedo) – Brick X Slick Rick 18. Let The Rhythm Hit’Em (Nick Bike 7” remix) – Eric B & Rakim 19. Juice 2X (Danny Diggz Then & Now Blend) – Lizzo Vs Eric B & Rakim 20. Nasty Boy Remix (white Lines Blend – Trayze Edit) – The Notorious Big 21. A Little Less Conversation (JXL Radio Edit Remix) – Elvis Presley 22. Joy To The World (Disco Version) – LTD 23. OH Jay – Nick Bike 24. Ain’t No Sunshine (Nick Bike Edit) – MJ 25. Father Stretch My Hands Pt, 3 (Nick Bik-Acapella Out Edit) – Kanye West X Kon 26. Number One (Allure RMX) – Pharell Ft. Kanye West LINKS: INSTAGRAM WEBSITE
Great Interview with Juan Castro a Body transformation Coach. Castro is super active online and on the IG Platform, where he gives tips on how to become a healthier version of the best you! He is highly motivated by his daughter and what God has called him to be and do. He not only drops some great wisdom on health but really how to show up and show put each and every single day. Share this with someone who may need to hear it!
From Behind The Booth Welcome to episode 25 thee longest episode know to man haha just kidding but this episode is a whopping 5hrs long so listen with patience. This episode welcomes Dj Juan Castro. He and I talk about his upcoming as a dj, knowing your value and being more connected with your spiritual self. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS EPISODE.@FromBehindtheBooth@DjJuanCastro@DjWall_E