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Best Halladay podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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As the title of this episode would suggest, Drew, Ol' Reliable and, possibly, someone even more reliable than Ol' Reliable, The Athletic's Blue Jays beat reporter, Kaitlyn McGrath, examine the good, the bad and the, at times, very ugly of the Blue Jays start in Buffalo. But! Before then, the trio wield their words adeptly and fasten details togethe…
 
Two things about Stoeten: 1) He's old and reliable and 2) if he offers you a hamburger, politely decline. You've been warned. Drew (And)rew welcome ProPlayAI chief scientist, Dr. Mike Sonne, to today's show (5:00). The scholarly Dr. Sonne details ProPlayAI's technology and how pitchers like Nate Pearson are using these programs to further their und…
 
They don't have a crystal ball, but they sure have the next best thing; Drew and Stoeten welcome The Athletic's Philadelphia Phillies scrivener, and possible seer, Matt Gelb to answer a very simple question: What the f--k is going on in Philadelphia (10:45)? Gelb eloquently lays out the timeline of events leading up to the Phillies canceling all ac…
 
Phillies Talk Podcast with Rich Baxter and Matt Veasey is back! But the Phillies aren't playing because of the Marlins, and their bout with the Covid-19 crisis... The first series in Philly doesn't go too well for the Phillies, but we talk about how bad the Marlins are with the infections on their team. We talk about the JT Realmuto contract, will …
 
Drew and Ol' Reliable react to the rare atmosphere, that will eventually become customary, in a fan-less Nationals Park on Opening Day (:30). The guys then welcome CBS Sports staff writer, R.J. Anderson, to the podcast to discuss Toronto's series opener against the Tampa Bay Rays (12:15). Before diving headlong into Rays analysis, R.J. dishes out h…
 
Another week, another behind the scenes conversation about NBA Live 2006. I mean, how underrated was Jason Kapono (62 Overall with a an 80 3pt? C'mon, that's doing my man dirty.)? What wasn't underrated this week (great [bad] segue) was news of Vladimir Gurrero Jr. moving to first base (3:30). Why was this move made; will it bolster Toronto's defen…
 
Heeeee'ssss bbaaccckkk. Andrew Zuber, aka Zubes, joins Drew and Ol' Reliable to applaud Toronto first-round pick Austin Martin on signing above slot (6:00). Will Martin fill a vacant spot in the Blue Jays' player pool (16:00). The full nest hesitate reacting to Toronto's schedule because of an important missing ingredient: there's no concrete locat…
 
It's here, July 4th Weekend, normally festive time of year for the patriotic among us. Plenty to be patriotic about this year, love your country and of course we love our Phillies, that's why we do the podcast. There's a pandemic still among us, the players are really starting to take notice now as it is affecting their own ranks now that there is …
 
The fairest Fairservice and Stoeten welcome The Athletic's Blue Jays reporter Kaitlyn McGrath to today's program! How about that player pool (7:30)!? With the 58-player pool formed, what are some of the biggest questions still looming over this squad? In a sad and, seemingly, inevitable move, the Minor League Baseball season canceled. How will this…
 
Sports Illustrated staff writer, Emma Baccellieri, answers Drew and Stoeten's call (surprisingly) to (unsurprisingly) answer questions about health concerns in a shortened 2020 MLB season (12:30). Drawing from her myriad conversations with epidemiologists about the subject, Emma presents what issues Major League Baseball could face by having teams …
 
On another glorious episode of Birds All Day, Drew and Stoeten welcome Toronto Blue Jays radio play-by-play announcer, Mike Wilner, to the program (6:30)! Mike fills us in on life without baseball and broaches a cornucopia of subjects, including: his level of optimism in a season (11:45); the advantages the Jays could present in a truncated year (1…
 
Sportsnet writer extraordinaire, Nick Ashbourne, accompanies Drew and Andrew on their trip through the Blue Jays MLB Draft (5:15). The triumvirate hone in on Toronto's top-selection, Austin Martin, and how he projects as a major leaguer, what skills he offers defensively and in future Jays' lineups and more. Hey, guess what? Toronto drafted more th…
 
Kaitlyn McGrath returns to the show to help us break down the latest in negotiations between MLB and the Union, including the league's low-ball proposal and the reaction from players across baseball. We discuss Scott Boras encouraging players to stand up to owners, how all of this factors into the upcoming CBA negotiations, and what it means for th…
 
It's the Phillies Talk Podcast, we're back and happy to be the longest-running independent internet show on the Philadelphia Phillies. It's Rich Baxter and Matt Veasey talking with MLB.com's Todd Zolecki on the possible restart of a Spring Training for 2020 leading into the shortened season, and Todd's new book, "Doc: The Life Of Roy Halladay" - wh…
 
Former Blue Jays starter Ricky Romero joins us this week to chat about his new podcast, which has included guests such as Jose Bautista and Aaron Sanchez. Ricky discusses how he's been able to get former teammates to open up and some of his favourite stories from the Joey Bats episode, then talks about his own career with the Blue Jays (11:14), inc…
 
With baseball still on hiatus, we speak with Todd Zolecki, the author of 'Doc: The Life of Roy Halladay' to discuss the process of writing the book, what he learned about Doc through his years covering him, new nuggets about the trade that sent him from the Blue Jays to the Phillies, as well as the recent details around his death and how the darker…
 
Plausible potential! With Major League Baseball taking more steps to attempt a return to play, we welcome in Blue Jays Central host Jamie Campbell to chat about the volunteer work he's been doing with Conquer Covid-19, including delivering PPE to communities across Ontario and calling Blue Jays fans over the phone. Jamie explains the inspiration be…
 
Holding our breath! To-be Hall of Famer Larry Walker joins us this week to chat about his delayed induction into Cooperstown with the 2020 ceremony being postponed for a year. Larry chats about having to wait a bit longer and how he was preparing for the ceremony, his thoughts on measuring players with modern metrics and how data is used to explain…
 
Thinking about thinking! Keith Law makes his return to the show and discusses how the minor leagues could be impacted by the ongoing stoppage in play and his new book, The Inside Game, researching behavioural economics and the history of cognitive bias among baseball decision-makers. Keith shares some of the people he spoke with for the book, inclu…
 
After a tough week of Blue Jays news, we discuss the passing of former Blue Jays infielder Dámaso García and the mark he left on the game (1:25), as well as what to make of some troubling details emerging about Roy Halladay's death from the National Transportation Safety Board (5:33). To lighten the mood, we're joined by FanGraph's Jay Jaffe to cha…
 
We're talking about Jackie Robinson on April 15th on the Phillies Talk Podcast with Rich Baxter and Matt Veasey. When will baseball return? What will it look like? All of this and so much more on this week's edition of the show! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice me…
 
The Zubes! Andrew Zuber returns to chat about the ongoing disruption to baseball and the limitations of replaying old games. Plus, we sort through some of the issues with MLB's idea for a possible 'Arizona Plan', and chat about our favourite all-time players to coincide with the recent series running on The Athletic. Follow Drew on Twitter: @DrewGR…
 
It's the latest Phillies Talk Podcast with Rich Baxter, Matt Veasey, and we're still waiting for something to break up the COVID hold that is disrupting our lives, and baseball. This week we talk about some history of the game with Lou Schiff from Twitter, find him @baseballandthe2 or just use the hashtag #baseballandthelaw - we're talking the anni…
 
In a special edition of Birds All Day, former Blue Jays manager John Gibbons joins the show to look back at his two tenures as the Jays skipper, including what stood out about the 2006 team (8:18) and they key to success in 2015/16. Gibby also chats bullpen philosophies and his thoughts on the opener, the modern relationship between manager and fro…
 
It's March 30th, around the world and around the USA, we are still on mandatory 'stay at home' orders so no baseball is going on, but Rich and Matt have carved some time out of our day to bring you an edition of Phillies Talk Podcast. Topics on this show: What's been happening around the baseball world with the Covid-19 crisis How have some players…
 
Buyer beware! With MLB forced to cope with Opening Day at Home, we discuss the delayed start of the baseball season and check in with Daniel Kim of DKTV out of South Korea. Daniel was in Dunedin to cover Hyun-Jin Ryu and joins to discuss the latest surrounding Ryu being stuck in the U.S. amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, how Ryu managed to put up caree…
 
We soldier on! Jim Callis of MLB Pipeline joins us this week to chat about his visit to Blue Jays camp before the MLB season was put on hold. Jim gives some reasons to love Nate Pearson and his chances of being a key member of the Blue Jays rotation this season. Jim also discusses his impressions of catching prospects Alejandro Kirk and Gabriel Mor…
 
The show recorded on the road from the Yankee Stadium complex down in Tampa, wishing all of the listeners of the podcast a very happy St. Patrick’s Day.--- 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/phillies/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor…
 
The MLB has pulled the plug on Spring Training, last Thursday abruptly ending the season upon the Covid-19 virus becoming more of an issue with the public safety and wellness of the players being cited. That's not the thing that Rich from the Phillies Talk Podcast wanted to hear as we was still a few days away from getting to the first Spring Train…
 
All bets are off! We react to Major League Baseball's decision to delay the start of the season and the cancellation of spring training, including the potential ramifications across sports and society in general and if baseball could look different when things eventually return to normal. Plus, drafting the best Blue Jays games should be rebroadcas…
 
Catch Birds All Day twice a week this season! With more BAD content to love and consume, we're opening up the floor for listeners every week. For the inaugural edition, we look at Stoeten's Opening Day roster projection and Anthony Alford potentially being the odd man out when the team heads north (3:42) Plus, the impact of COVID-19 across Major Le…
 
A little bit about a lot of things on the show today. The podcast is now aligned with Matt's great new home on the web for Phillies commentary and information, PhilliesBell.com - we're excited to talk about it, and Matt will have a link to the show right on his site now! Spring Training barrels on, we're talking about a couple Phils in the mix with…
 
Support Birds All Day by subscribing to The Athletic! Go to theathletic.com/birdsallday to get 40% off an annual subscription. Birds All Day LIVE! https://homestandsports.com/event/blue-jays-home-opener-tailgate-party/ Follow Drew on Twitter: @DrewGROF Follow Andrew on Twitter: @AndrewStoeten Read Andrew's work here: https://theathletic.com/author/…
 
It's the March 1st edition of the Phillies Talk Podcast ! Welcome in for March with some stories from Spring Training, Wheeler, Mc Cutcheon, and who will be in center on Opening Day? All of this, plus the FightinPhillies.com blog being included in the 12 most influential blogs for the Phillies, and a great interview with author, podcaster, and a re…
 
Support Birds All Day by subscribing to The Athletic! Go to theathletic.com/birdsallday to get 40% off an annual subscription. Follow Drew on Twitter: @DrewGROF Follow Andrew on Twitter: @AndrewStoeten Read Andrew's work here: https://theathletic.com/author/andrew-stoeten Subscribe to the Vlad Religion Newsletter: https://fairservice.substack.com…
 
The Phillies are playing Spring Training baseball, we talk about that, as the first home game is going on in Clearwater, Florida. It was a win against the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Phillie Phanatic is in the middle of a tense negotiation turned litigation between the originators of the theme of the Phanatic and the Phillies organization, will we stil…
 
The thick of the thin! Jonah Birenbaum, Senior MLB writer for theScore joins from Dunedin to discuss his takeaways from first week in camp and first impressions of Nate Pearson. We discuss the tragic passing of Blue Jays legend Tony Fernandez and what he meant to a generation of fans, as well as where he ranks on the team's all-time list of infield…
 
It's another edition of the 'original' Phillies Talk Podcast with Rich Baxter and Matt Veasey talking about that special time of the year, the return to the pitching mound by the Phillies pitchers and of course (we don't want to forget them) the catchers. We talk about the starting rotation and what we would like to see. Rich is amazed at how poorl…
 
The news reached the East coast about a helicopter crash north of LA, and Kobe Bryant, former NBA star, and Lower Merion High School stand out, dies in a tragedy along with his daughter and the Antobelli family as well (which wasn't known about at the time of this live stream broadcast on Youtube) - what a shame. RIP. --- This episode is sponsored …
 
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