Baseball podcasts

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01 October 2022

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  • 10/1/22-Baseball Betting Show
    01 October 2022

    Greg recaps Friday’s MLB games, talks to Justin Perri of Shot Quality Bets about Saturday’s games and what might happen in the pivotal National League Playoff races, & Greg picks & analyzes EVERY Saturday MLB game!

    Podcast Highlights

    3:56-Recap of Friday’s MLB Games

    14:27-Interview with Justin Perri

    32:38-Start of picks with both Phillies vs Nationals games 

    38:19-Picks & analysis for Reds vs Cubs

    41:46-Picks & analysis for Diamondbacks vs Giants

    45:59-Picks & analysis for Marlins vs Brewers

    49:09-Picks & analysis for Pirates vs Cardinals

    53:00-DK Nation Pick Mets vs Braves

    57:05-Picks & analysis for Rockies vs Dodgers

    1:01:06-Picks & analysis for Orioles vs Yankees

    1:05:33-Picks & analysis for Red Sox vs Blue Jays

    1:09:16-Picks & analysis for Athletics vs Mariners

    1:13:03-Picks & analysis for Royals vs Guardians

    1:17:00-Picks & analysis for Twins vs Tigers

    1:20:56-Picks & analysis for Rays vs Astros

    1:24:42-Picks & analysis for Rangers vs Angels

    1:28:36-Picks & analysis for White Sox vs Padres

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  • Matt McCarthy Takes Over The Baseball Hour // Building The Future Red Sox Team // Callers Weigh In - 9/30
    01 October 2022

    (0:00) Red Sox spending discussion. 

    (15:00) McCarthy gets the caller's reactions.

    (25:26) McCarthy and Stewart build the next Red Sox dream team.

    (38:08) McCarthy closes the Baseball Hour.

  • The Phillies are Collapsing | 547
    30 September 2022

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    Timestamps: 0:00 Intro 6:20 NL Recap 10:55 NL Standings 12:30 Mets and Braves are Meeting Up 18:10 Mets Calling Up Francisco Alvarez 28:30 Philly is Collapsing 34:50 Cardinals Clinch the NL Central 37:45 Padres 39:50 AL Recap 44:15 AL Standings 46:00 Yankees-Blue Jays (Judge Hits 61) 56:15 Rays-Guardians 1:00:45 Mariners are About to Clinch 1:06:00 Shohei Ohtani Almost Throws a No-Hitter 1:16:40 Zack Greinke 1:20:00 Anthony Santander & Marcus Semien 1:22:15 Slump Watch 1:25:25 En Fuego 1:29:00 Matt Wallner & Carlos Correa 1:33:40 Eduardo Escobar 1:39:00 BBD Simulator Stimulator

  • MLB: Leading Off September 30th, 2022 (Ep. 607)
    30 September 2022
    Joe Pisapia RETURNS with Welsh to talk about the latest in MLB for fantasy, DFS, sports wagering and the end of the 2022 leading off season. Sponsors: BetMGM - Leading Off is brought to you by BetMGM, one of the leaders in US sports betting with the most extensive markets you’ll find anywhere. Sign up now using promo code LEADINGOFF and win $150 if your team gets a hit!
  • Heading into the Final Weekend...
    30 September 2022

    Clay Link (@claywlink) and Todd Zola (@ToddZola) discuss potential last-minute FAAB pickups before looking at the top 20 fantasy earners to date in 2022.

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  • Thursday MLB Industry Podcast with Ron Shandler
    30 September 2022

    Todd and Ron chat about planning for the XFL draft, how to facilitate fantasy league rules discussions and what Ron did and did not miss about playing in LABR and Tout Wars. First Pitch Arizona and Ron's upcoming book are also discussed.

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  • The Best Prospects Chris Blessing Scouted This Season
    30 September 2022
    • Kyle Manzardo
    • Michael Harris
    • Vaughn Grissom
    • Justin-Henry Malloy
    • Everson Pereira
    • Elly De La Cruz
    • Matt McLain
    • Jose Rodriguez
    • Trey Sweeney
    • Mason Montgomery
    • Previewing the AFL
    • What to expect at First Pitch Arizona

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  • Fred & Jeff's Top 5 Mistakes for 2022
    30 September 2022

    Early closers, not enough hitting, too much injury option, and too optimistic projections of players yet to break out top the lists for Fred and Jeff as they break down their top five mistakes of the season in this episode.

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  • Adds, Drops and Strategy for the Final 10 Days
    30 September 2022

    Scott Jenstad and special guest, Brian Slack, discuss all the strategy dealing with the final 10 days of season and break down all the hitters and pitchers they considered adding for your final kick in the standings. Follow us on Twitter: @ScottJenstad I @that_glg20 I @RotoWire

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  • Two-Start Pitchers (Week of Sept. 26, 2022)
    30 September 2022

    For the final time in 2022, Clay Link (@claywlink) and Todd Zola (@ToddZola) grade the projected two-start options on a 0-5 scale:

    Max Fried 5

    Jordan Lyles 1

    Kyle Bradish 2

    Michael Wacha 4

    Conner Overton 0

    Triston McKenzie 5

    German Marquez 1

    Lance Lynn 4

    Joey Wentz 1

    Daniel Lynch 0

    Dustin May 3

    Pablo Lopez 3 (Todd 4)

    Adrian Houser 0

    Bailey Ober 3

    Luis Severino 4 (Todd 3)

    James Kaprielien 1 (Todd 2)

    Zack Wheeler 5

    Roansy Contreras 2

    Blake Snell 4 (Todd 5)

    Robbie Ray 5

    Logan Webb 5

    Corey Kluber 3

    Dane Dunning 1

    Kevin Gausman 4

    Cory Abbott 0

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01 October 2022

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    01 October 2022

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  • Guardians Select Bo Naylor, Activate Zach Plesac, Designate Bryan Shaw
    01 October 2022

    The Guardians announced a quartet of roster moves, including the activation of Zach Plesac from the 15-day injured list and the selection of Bo Naylor’s contract from Triple-A.  To create roster space, infielder Tyler Freeman was optioned to Triple-A, and right-hander Bryan Shaw was designated for assignment.

    This will be Naylor’s first taste of Major League action, as the 22-year-old will get a chance at making his debut in the Show before the 2022 season is over, and the unique thrill of suiting up alongside older brother Josh.  The 29th overall pick of the 2018 draft, the younger Naylor is rated as the 58th-best prospect in the sport by Baseball America, while MLB Pipeline has Naylor rated 75th.

    It hasn’t exactly been a smooth ride for Naylor in the minors, as after posting respectable numbers in his first two pro seasons, he and countless other prospects had to sit out the canceled 2020 minor league season.  While Naylor still got some reps at Cleveland’s alternate training site, the lack of proper game action seemed to severely impact him in 2021, when he hit only .189/.280/.332 over 335 plate appearances for Double-A Akron.

    Remaining at Double-A to begin 2022, Naylor has now regained his status as a potential catcher of the future for the Guardians.  Naylor has hit a cumulative .263/.392/.496 with 21 home runs over 510 PA this season (220 PA at Double-A, 290 at Triple-A).  As per Pipline’s scouting report, Naylor got on track “by using a much more disciplined approach and utilizing the opposite field more often,” which also bodes well for his longer-term development as a big league-caliber hitter.

    Cleveland has long prioritized defense at the catcher position, and Naylor has also drawn solid reviews for his blocking and framing ability.  He could continue the Guardians’ focus on glovework while also bringing some much-needed pop behind the plate, if he delivers on his potential at the MLB level.

    As much as the Guards have relied on young players to fuel their run to the AL Central crown, it probably seems likely that the team will stick with the veteran duo of Austin Hedges and Luke Maile heading into the postseason.  Naylor’s presence does at least give the Guardians another potential option to consider for the playoffs, but this late-season call-up could be more about rewarding Naylor for his big season and taking a look to the future.  Hedges is a free agent this winter, so Cleveland could potentially head into 2023 with a tandem of Naylor and Maile (who is still arbitration-eligible), though there has been speculation that the Guardians could make a bigger move at catcher, such as past trade target Sean Murphy.

    More to come…

  • Astros’ Josh James Undergoes Flexor Tendon Surgery
    01 October 2022

    Right-hander Josh James underwent flexor tendon surgery this week, the Astros announced to The Houston Chronicle’s Chandler Rome and other reporters.  James was already on the Astros’ 60-day injured list, and his surgery now adds to an injury-plagued few seasons for the 29-year-old.

    James has spent his entire career in the Astros organization, after being a 34th-round draft pick in 2014.  The righty made his MLB debut with 23 innings in 2018, and then took on a larger role in tossing 61 1/3 innings for the American League champions in 2019.  While James’ 4.70 ERA and 13.2% walk rate that season were nothing special, his 97.2 mph velocity and his big 37.6% strikeout rate seemingly made him a live arm to watch in the future.

    However, James has only thrown 22 1/3 total innings in the majors since the start of the 2020 season, and none at all in 2022.  James underwent hip surgery in October 2020, battled hamstring problems that delayed his hip rehab in 2021, and this season has been sidelined by back problems and a right lat strain.  Over 27 2/3 innings in the minors this season, James has struggled to a 6.51 ERA and continued to issue too many free passes.

    The flexor tendon procedure now creates doubt about James’ potential readiness for the start of Spring Training or the start of the 2023 season.  It already seemed likely that Houston would move on from James this winter, as he is due a minimal raise (from his $800K salary in 2022) in his second year of arbitration eligibility.  With another surgery now impacting James’ future, he seems like a logical non-tender candidate, though the Astros could look to re-sign him at a lower salary or on a minor league contract.

  • Dodgers: Comedian George Lopez Shares Touching Words On Jaime Jarrin
    01 October 2022

    Very few broadcasters last even 20 years with a team, let alone 30 or 40. Dodgers fans have been spoiled for basically their entire time in Los Angeles, having Vin Scully from 1950 through 2016 and Jaime Jarrín from 1959 until … well, that’s the sad part. Jarrín will be retiring following this season after 64 years in L.A.’s Spanish-language broadcast booth.

    For Spanish speaking Dodger fans, Jarrín has been every bit as meaningful as Scully was, providing a connection to their team and a bridge between generations of fans.

    Comedian George Lopez grew up in one of those Spanish-speaking, Dodgers-loving families, and he wrote a tribute to Jarrín in Variety. Lopez’s words paint a beautiful picture of the connection Jaime helped create between the team and its fans.

    “Jaime Jarrín was your eyes and ears of a sport when you didn’t speak the language. He allowed you to understand it, he would tell you what he saw on the field and make you feel like you were there.”

    Like Scully, Jarrín’s voice brings up memories of family for those who grew up listening to him.

    “For me, hearing Jaime Jarrín’s voice is equivalent to the smell of my grandmother’s cooking and the warmth of her kitchen. …

    “It’s a feeling that tells me I’m gonna be OK, no matter what else is going on. And like my grandparents, Jaime Jarrín’s voice has been there for me my whole life. Funny thing is, I came to prefer listening to Jarrín call Dodger games and my grandfather preferred to listen to Vin Scully. Back in the days when people thought that children should be seen and not heard, we didn’t talk much. But baseball was something we did together.”

    The Dodgers will honor Jarrín on tonight before their game against the Rockies, and it figures to be an emotional evening. It’s the end of an era for the Dodgers and their fans, and if you grew up listening to Jaime Jarrín, Lopez’s essay is worth a read.

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  • Dodgers News: Alex Verdugo Has Some Questionable Comments About 2020 Championship Season
    01 October 2022

    The 2020 Dodgers World Series was one for the ages. The Dodgers defeated the Tampa Bay Rays, 4-2 in the best of seven series to take home their first World Series title in 32 years at the time. 

    Unfortunately for us, the novel Coronavirus rocked the entire world and the Dodgers were not able to celebrate the victory with their fans or at Dodger Stadium. 

    The World Series was played at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, home of the Texas Rangers, home of now World Series MVP, Corey Seager. 

    While the Dodgers and Dodger faithful are worried about capturing their second title in three seasons, one former Dodger has questions about the 2020 World Series title he earned with the team at that time.

    Thoughts on Alex Verdugo's comments on the Dodgers 2020 World Series title?

    — Dodgers Nation (@DodgersNation) October 1, 2022

    Now, this could simply be taken as former Dodger Alex Verdugo still being salty for trading him to Boston for Mookie Betts or this could have some truth to it. 

    The 2020 World Series had some unique challenges compared to other World Series titles. All players and coaches involved in it had to isolate themselves and be away from their loved one for long periods of time in order to capture a World Series title.

    There was no true home field advantage and players had to creature their own type of energy to go and perform for a 60 game season.

    On the flip side, it was no where near to a close regular season 162 games and missing those 102 extra games are a big deal. But, at the end of the day the Dodgers were still the best team that year going 43-17 and were on pace to win for at least 116 wins if things played out as normal. 

    Of course, nothing was normal that season and everyone else dealt with the same thing. 

    Verdugo has the right to voice his opinion, but it sounds like he’s still a little mad at LA for trading him for a superstar talent in Betts. 

    That’s the nature of the business, but you can’t blame him for feeling a little hurt from going to the best team in the league to missing the playoffs.

  • Cincinnati Reds vs. Chicago Cubs – October 1, 2022
    01 October 2022

    The Cincinnati Reds (60-97) are playing October baseball. It’s a battle of the left-handers this afternoon, as rookie Nick Lodolo tries to snap the Reds’ four game losing streak against veteran Drew Smyly and the red-hot Chicago Cubs (71-86), who are 9-1 in their last ten games and currently have a five game winning streak.

    • When: 2:20 p.m. ET
    • Where: Wrigley Field
    • Forecast: 67 degrees and mostly sunny
    • TV: Bally Sports Ohio, MLB Network
    • Radio: 700 WLW
    Cincinnati Reds
    Chicago Cubs
    2B Jonathan India C Willson Contreras
    3B Spencer Steer RF Seiya Suzuki
    DH Kyle Farmer LF Ian Happ
    1B Donovan Solano 3B Patrick Wisdom
    CF Stuart Fairchild SS Nico Hoerner
    RF Aristides Aquino DH Franmil Reyes
    LF Matt Reynolds 1B David Bote
    SS Jose Barrero CF Nelson Velazquez
    C Austin Romine 2B Christopher Morel

    Aristides Aquino has three home runs and five RBI in 11 at-bats against Smyly.

    Starting Pitchers
    Nick Lodolo 98.1 3.75 3.95 3.86 3.34 1.24 30.1% 8.1%
    Drew Smyly 103.1 3.48 4.09 4.31 4.23 1.19 20.5% 6.0%

    As the seventh overall pick in the 2019 draft, it was assumed that Lodolo would be good when he got the call to the major leagues. And in his rookie season in 2022, he’s delivered on that expectation. He’s been a bright spot in an otherwise terrible season for the Reds. In his most recent start last Sunday against the Brewers, he gave up one run on four hits with six strikeouts in six innings. The six strikeouts were a low total for him recently, as he’s had two 11-strikeout games and a 9-strikeout game in September.

    Lodolo has 126 strikeouts in just 98.1 innings and his whiff rate is 82 percent. That long sweeping curve ball of his is a thing of beauty and it’s fooling a lot of hitters right now.

    More Nick Lodolo Disgusting Breaking Balls. ?

    — Rob Friedman (@PitchingNinja) September 14, 2022

    Lodolo has faced the Cubs one other time this season, on August 11 at Great American Ball Park. He gave up four runs on seven hits and walked four while striking out six in just 4.2 innings.


    Excluding the 2020 shortened season, if you look just at ERA, this season has been the best Smyly has pitched since early in his career when he was with the Detroit Tigers and the Tampa Bay Rays, However, looking closer at his splits, he’s just having an incredible second half of the season. In the month of August, Smyly gave up only three runs on 22 hits in 30.0 innings. He’s continued the outstanding pitching perfomances in September, minus one start against the Cardinals where he gave up seven runs in 2.1 innings. Overall for the second half, he’s pitched to a 2.82 ERA with 50 strikeouts and a .211 batting average against in 54.1 innings. That’s a stark difference from his 4.22 ERA in the first half of the season.

    Smyly hasn’t been striking out a lot of batters this season, just 89 in 103.1 innings, and his BABIP isn’t abnormally high at .272. Hes’s just not walking batters and not giving up home runs. Smyly is forcing a lot of ground balls: nearly 42 percent of the balls in play are ground balls. Smyly also doesn’t walk many batters. His BB% in 2022 is 6.0%, and while that’s the lowest rate of his career, it is indicative of the type of pitcher he is. He’s never had a percentage higher than 10.7% across his ten years in the major leagues.

    News and Notes

    I’ve got no news and notes of importance for the Reds, so please enjoy this clip of the Seattle Mariners clinching a playoff spot for the first time in 21 years. It takes me back to that night on September 28, 2010 when I watched Jay Bruce clinch a long-awaited postseason berth for the Reds. That memory still lives with me, just as this memory will live with Mariners fans the rest of their lives.

    And congratulations to Luis Castillo, Eugenio Suárez, and Jesse Winker. I’m all aboard the Seattle bandwagon for the MLB playoffs.



    — Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) October 1, 2022


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  • Happy 77th to Rod Carew!
    01 October 2022
    The Master at the plate (Ron Vesely, MLB Photos/Getty Images)

    A big happy birthday to Rod Carew, who turns his magical number of 77 today.

    Most baseball fans probably know that 1977 was Carew’s greatest season. He hit .388 that year and he might have hit .400 had he been wiling to take more pitches and draw more walks. “But then,” he said as that season ended, “that wouldn’t be my style, wouldn’t be Rod Carew. I do like to swing the bat.”

    But there’s something else statistically about that season that makes it special: Carew was not a power hitter, that wasn’t his game. Even in 1977 he hit just 14 home runs (which actually tied his career high).

    But even with 14 home runs, Rod Carew still had a 1.019 OPS in 1977.

    That’s utterly incredible. It doesn’t even seem mathematically possible. In the last 95 years, only one player in baseball has had a 1.000 OPS with fewer than 15 home runs. And that one player is, yes, Rod Carew in 1977.

    Before Carew you have to go all the way back to 1927 and Hall of Famer Harry Heilman. Before him, you have to go back to Tris Speaker and Ty Cobb and Shoeless Joe Jackson, you know, back in the Deadball days when baseball was very, very different.

    How did Carew do it? Well, he may have only had 14 homers but he still slugged .570, thanks in large part to a league-leading 16 triples. And though he didn’t like walking much, opposing managers didn’t give him much choice in ‘77 — they intentionally walked him a league-leading 15 times.

    Put that together with his hitting genius, you have a .449 on-base percentage (led league), that .570 slugging percentage (second only to Jim Rice) and he was the only player in the league with a 1.000 OPS. What a season. What a player. I think often about Carew saying that his favorite song is the National Anthem because every time he heard it, he knew he was going to get two hits.

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  • hoyer in the booth in the 4th
    01 October 2022

    In reply to Cubs vs. Reds: Series Thread (Games 157-159)

    hoyer in the booth in the 4th inning for interview...saturday game.

  • given the dumpster fire we've
    01 October 2022

    In reply to Keegan has been really good

    given the dumpster fire we've been watching the past 2 years, i'm glad this coversation about excess SP can even happen.

    the bats situation should be interesting.  some upgrade opportunities would displace in-house talent.  that could lead to trade opportunities.  it's hard to tell where the team will go in that direction.

    for those that aim for the moon, aaron judge turned down a 7y/210m+ extension from the yanks before the season began...before...

  • Harsh to Hendricks... likely
    01 October 2022

    In reply to My rotation would be Rodon,

    Harsh to Hendricks... likely the last remnant of 2016!

    I like your rotation though. I'd put Hendricks in the fifth spot and have Thompson and Wesneski take bulk roles in the bullpen and be ready to slot in when injuries happen. Sampson and Assad in Iowa ready to come up too. Thompson and Wesneski definitely have the ability to stake claim to a long term rotation spot as early as next year.

    I think Wick is 100% on the roster bubble.

Major League baseball podcasts

MLB (Major League Baseball) Podcasts

01 October 2022

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  • Season 7, Episode 26: The Best of 2022
    01 October 2022
    Relive the best demos, interviews and more from this season of Play Ball
  • Print the legend: A tribute to Cardinals greats Yadier Molina and Albert Pujols
    01 October 2022

    As a companion to the Post-Dispatch's Oct. 2 special commemorative edition celebrating the careers of Cardinals greats Albert Pujols and Yadier Molina, the Best Podcast in Baseball gathers several of the writers who contributed to that keepsake publication to discuss the Hall of Fame careers. St. Louis Post-Dispatch baseball writer Derrick Goold hosts the two conversations. First, from the seats at Busch Stadium outside the press box named for him, Hall of Fame writer Rick Hummel talks about Molina and Pujols at the beginning of their Cardinals' careers and all the way to the end, when Hummel argues Pujols stands on the pedestal beside The Man, Stan Musial. In the second part of the podcast, columnists Ben Frederickson and Benjamin Hochman join to discuss their stories in the special section, their experience covering Molina and Pujols, and how they've changed what it means to be a Cardinal and what's expected of the Cardinals. The Best Podcast in Baseball, after a brief unscheduled hiatus, will return with alacrity for the postseason. BPIB, sponsored by Closets by Design of St. Louis, is a production of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch,, and Derrick Goold.

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  • 10/1/22-Baseball Betting Show
    01 October 2022

    Greg recaps Friday’s MLB games, talks to Justin Perri of Shot Quality Bets about Saturday’s games and what might happen in the pivotal National League Playoff races, & Greg picks & analyzes EVERY Saturday MLB game!

    Podcast Highlights

    3:56-Recap of Friday’s MLB Games

    14:27-Interview with Justin Perri

    32:38-Start of picks with both Phillies vs Nationals games 

    38:19-Picks & analysis for Reds vs Cubs

    41:46-Picks & analysis for Diamondbacks vs Giants

    45:59-Picks & analysis for Marlins vs Brewers

    49:09-Picks & analysis for Pirates vs Cardinals

    53:00-DK Nation Pick Mets vs Braves

    57:05-Picks & analysis for Rockies vs Dodgers

    1:01:06-Picks & analysis for Orioles vs Yankees

    1:05:33-Picks & analysis for Red Sox vs Blue Jays

    1:09:16-Picks & analysis for Athletics vs Mariners

    1:13:03-Picks & analysis for Royals vs Guardians

    1:17:00-Picks & analysis for Twins vs Tigers

    1:20:56-Picks & analysis for Rays vs Astros

    1:24:42-Picks & analysis for Rangers vs Angels

    1:28:36-Picks & analysis for White Sox vs Padres

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  • The Phillies are Collapsing | 547
    30 September 2022

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    Timestamps: 0:00 Intro 6:20 NL Recap 10:55 NL Standings 12:30 Mets and Braves are Meeting Up 18:10 Mets Calling Up Francisco Alvarez 28:30 Philly is Collapsing 34:50 Cardinals Clinch the NL Central 37:45 Padres 39:50 AL Recap 44:15 AL Standings 46:00 Yankees-Blue Jays (Judge Hits 61) 56:15 Rays-Guardians 1:00:45 Mariners are About to Clinch 1:06:00 Shohei Ohtani Almost Throws a No-Hitter 1:16:40 Zack Greinke 1:20:00 Anthony Santander & Marcus Semien 1:22:15 Slump Watch 1:25:25 En Fuego 1:29:00 Matt Wallner & Carlos Correa 1:33:40 Eduardo Escobar 1:39:00 BBD Simulator Stimulator

  • Chris Vaccaro Board of Trustee Of The IABF
    30 September 2022

    Chris Vaccaro talks about the Somerset Patriots Championship lead by Italian Manager Dan Fiorito we talk about Anthony Volpe and all things about the Italian American Baseball Foundation!

  • Drafting a Hitter and Pitcher from the MLB
    30 September 2022

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  • Shohei Ohtani Flirts With No No and Wild Thursday Finishes
    30 September 2022

    Shohei Ohtani took a no hitter into the 8th in a game where he also doubled. That is pretty valuable, don't you think?

    Wild finishes made Guardian and Mariner fans thrilled while Rays and Brewers fans were left grinding their teeth.

    Plus an exciting weekend is looming with tremendous pitching match ups for Friday.

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  • Game 2 Game: MLB | Aaron Judge Hits No. 61 and the Seattle Mariners on the Verge of the Playoffs
    30 September 2022

    After one of the longest droughts of the season from the slugger between home runs, Aaron Judge hit his 61st long ball of the year in Toronto against the Blue Jays to tie fellow Yankees' great Roger Maris for the American League record for most home runs in a season. After the historic night in Canada, Kainani Stevens and our Locked On MLB hosts tell you all you need to know from the day of baseball on Locked On Game 2 Game: MLB.

    In other action around the league, the Seattle Mariners could clinch the playoffs today after a win and Baltimore Orioles' loss Wednesday night. It would be the first time in the postseason for Seattle in 20 years. The Los Angeles Dodgers set a team record with their 107th win of the season, and the San Francisco Giants stayed alive in the playoff race with a win over the Rockies. Kainani and our local experts give you all the details from a busy day of baseball on Locked On Game 2 Game: MLB. Part of the Locked On Podcast Network.

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  • 9/30/22-Baseball Betting Show
    30 September 2022

    Greg recaps Thursday’s MLB games, talks to Jared Smith of Pickswise about handicapping games with a total of 7 or lower, preview Friday’s games, and what might happen in the pivotal National League Playoff races, & Greg picks & analyzes EVERY Friday MLB game!

    Podcast Highlights

    2:26-Recap of Thursday’s MLB Games

    11:41-Interview with Jared Smith

    30:13-Start of picks with Reds vs Cubs

    33:45-Picks & analysis for both Phillies vs Nationals games

    39:38-Picks & analysis for Mets vs Braves

    43:12-Picks & analysis for Marlins vs Brewers

    46:40-Picks & analysis for Pirates vs Cardinals

    50:35-Picks & analysis for Rockies vs Dodgers

    53:51-Picks & analysis for Diamondbacks vs Giants

    57:39-Picks & analysis for Orioles vs Yankees

    1:02:45-Picks & analysis for Red Sox vs Blue Jays

    1:06:12-Picks & analysis for Royals vs Guardians

    1:10:30-DK Nation Pick Twins vs Tigers

    1:14:35-Picks & analysis for Rays vs Astros

    1:17:58-Picks & analysis for Rangers vs Angels

    1:21:45-Picks & analysis for Athletics vs Mariners

    1:25:11-Picks & analysis for White Sox vs Padres

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  • Biggest fantasy baseball surprises of 2022
    30 September 2022

    (03:20) Michael Harris II making a push for the NL Rookie of the Year in Atlanta

    (10:20) Spencer Strider has been dominant at times on the mound for the Braves

    (15:45) Andres Gimenez currently hitting over .300 in Cleveland

    (24:30) Ryan Helsley pitching well out of the bullpen in St. Louis

    (31:45) Thairo Estrada of the Giants coming through during the Fantasy Playoffs

Athletics blogs

Athletics Blogs

01 October 2022

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  • National Games | Amlan, Jyothi emerge the fastest; Rosy sets new record
    01 October 2022
    Jyothi beat a star-studded field, including Hima Das, Dutee Chand and Sarabani Nanda, to win the women’s crown with 11.51.
  • Chuxx joins our Board as we say thank you to Alison
    01 October 2022

    Chuxx Onyia

    Eilidh agrees another four years on Board – membership fees stay same

    scottishathletics are delighted to welcome Chuxx Onyia to our Board in a role as Non-Executive Director.

    The Annual General Meeting (held online on Saturday morning) agreed a recommendation from the Board to appoint the Scotland international and multiple Scottish championship jumps medallist.

    At the same time, we express our thanks and forward good wishes to Alison Johnstone, who now departs the Board.

    Alison has served two four-year terms in a Non-Executive role and made a big contribution with her insight and attention to detail.

    ‘We want to thank Alison very much indeed for great service to our Board over a number of years,’ said David Ovens, our Chair.

    ‘Alison has been an influential voice within our leadership group around our strategic approach. I am sure she will remain a key supporter of the sport in the Scotland.

    ‘I’m very pleased to welcome Chuxx as a Non-Executive director after an open recruitment process. Chuxx brings a wealth of commercial experience as well as his perspective as one of our top jumps athletes over recent years.’

    Follow the link here for our Board line-up

    Alison Johnstone 

    Chuxx joins the Board of Directors with a wealth of diverse experiences from various roles in both the private and public sector, including membership organisations in the health and financial services sectors.

    He is currently employed by Google where he oversees health and performance service delivery strategy and operations in 32 countries across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

    As an athlete, Chuxx is an 11 time National Triple Jump Champion (indoors and outdoors) and is ranked 4th on the Scottish all time list for Triple Jump.

    He has also represented Scotland at multiple international events and has been affiliated with several athletics clubs including: Aberdeen AAC, Croydon Harriers, Edinburgh AC, Glasgow Jaguars, Kent AC, and Pitreavie AC.

    Chuxx, who is also a Public Health Professional (a registered Public Health Nutritionist RNutr), thrives on pushing success boundaries with an insatiable desire to learn and try new things – both strategically and operationally; he is committed to driving positive change for sports in Scotland, and beyond.

    Glad to join the Board of @scotathletics as a Non-Executive Director.

    I look forward to working with the Board and the Executive team to build on recent #success of #Athletics in #Scotland; and to #Inspire the next generation of leaders throught #sport.

    — Chuxx Onyia RNutr (@chuxx28) September 22, 2022


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  • AGM: Eilidh stays on Board for another four years – no change to our membership fees
    01 October 2022

    Photo by Bobby Gavin

    Annual Report 2022

    Eillidh Doyle has been re-elected for a further four year term on the scottishathletics Board.

    Our Annual General Meeting agreed the recommendation from our Board for our most decorated track and field athlete to continue in a Non-Executive role.

    Eilidh first joined the Board in 2018 while still competing at global level but retired in 2021 and now has a part-time position with sportscotland.

    ‘I am delighted to be continuing on the Board for another four years,’ said Eilidh.

    ‘I feel it is important, although now retired, to have an athlete representative on the Board to help give a different perspective.

    ‘I now have a far more appreciative understanding of the work that goes on within scottishathletics as the National Governing Body and hopefully I have been able to contribute more of an understanding of the athlete’s position.’

    In further moves, the appointment of Chuxx Onyia as a Non-Director has been approved as we said thank you to Alison Johnstone after eight years of service (we will cover these changes in a separate news story).

    The online meeting, with a full quorum of club representatives and chaired by David Ovens, met to consider the Annual Report for the year from 1 April 2021 through to 31 March 2022.

    And chief executive Colin Hutchison thanked clubs for a huge effort during those 12 months as the sport sought to rebuild and recover from the impact of the Covid-19 global pandemic.

    Colin Hutchison chats at an event in the summer of 2021 with Francis Smith (photo by Bobby Gavin)

    Annual Report 2022

    ‘At the forefront of the successes of the past year have been the member clubs, their volunteers, the coaches, the Officials and the athletes,’ said Colin.

    ‘The leadership shown nationally and locally within the sport has been key to the impressive way that athletics in Scotland has bounced back from the challenges faced over the past 24 months.

    ‘Undoubtedly, the steps to recovery continue but as this Annual Report sets out, the work that has been done across the organisation and the sport has ensured that athletics in Scotland is healthy and moving forward in a positive direction.

    ‘During the year in question (April 2021 to end March 2022) the Olympics and Paralympics in Tokyo provided a huge boost to everyone involved in, or with an interest in sport, and the Scottish athletes representing GB and NI made us all immensely proud.

    ‘As the Roll of Honour in our Annual Report outlines, there were outstanding performances across a number of disciplines.

    ‘Domestically, it is impossible to do justice to the great work that has been done by clubs to keep athletes engaged and ensure there was a smooth return to competition in April and May 2021.

    ‘With a local approach required to restart competition, collaboration was needed in all areas of the country. The club leaders, event organisers, coaches, Officials and volunteers did a remarkable job in providing opportunities across Scotland to get people back competing.’

    Olympic medallist Josh Kerr returned to his roots at Edinburgh AC (photo by Gary Leek)

    The AGM also rubber-stamped decisions around the Officer-Bearers for our Commissions and the decision to confer Honorary Life Membership on three highly-deserving stalwarts of our sport.

    There is no change to scottishathletics membership fees across the various categories.

    The Board proposes that the meeting considers awarding Honorary Life Membership to:

    *Sandra Hardacre

    *John Rodger

    *Liz Wilder

    These will be recognised at the 4J Annual Awards Dinner in Glasgow on Saturday 29 October.

    Buy tickets for 4J Annual Awards Dinner


    The following nominations were accepted by the AGM in terms of office-bearers for our Commission:

    Track and Field Commission:

    Convenor: Leslie Roy MBE nominated by VP-Glasgow

    Secretary: Lesley Thirkell nominated by Fife AC

    Road Running and Cross Country Commission:

    Convenor: Mike Johnston nominated by Cambuslang Harriers

    Secretary: Julia McAfee nominated by Cambuslang Harriers

    Hill Running Commission:

    Convenor: Hugh Buchanan nominated by Central AC

    Secretary: Helen Fallas nominated by Carnethy RHC

    Finance Secretary: Andy Douglas nominated by Inverclyde AC

    Officials Commission

    Convenor: Margaret Brown nominated by VP-Glasgow

    Secretary: Margaret McInally nominated by Falkirk Victoria Harriers

    Thank you to all our club representatives who attended the AGM either online or via proxy votes in advance. We appreciate the support.



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  • London Marathon 2022: Everything you need to know - who is taking part and what time does it start?
    01 October 2022
    The London Marathon is almost upon us. Here is everything you need to know as 42,000 runners prepare to tackle the iconic course.
  • Stars of the future shine at Mini London Marathon
    01 October 2022
    Innes Fitzgerald and Henry Dover among the winners on The Mall as the young athletes’ races enjoy the spotlight on Saturday

    The class of 2022 at the TCS Mini London Marathon graduated in style on Saturday (Oct 1). Racing 24 hours before the main marathon gets underway, around 7000 youngsters relished the occasion as they charged down The Mall cheered on by friends, family and world marathon record-holder Eliud Kipchoge.

    If past results are anything to go by then there is a strong chance that many of these athletes will go on to become Olympians and major championship medallists as seniors. The history of the Mini Marathon reads like a who’s who of British distance running with everyone from Mo Farah and David Weir to Jake Wightman, Laura Muir, Eilish McColgan and Keely Hodgkinson having taken part, to name just a few.

    Innes Fitzgerald and Henry Dover took the under-17 titles on Saturday and they are two of the most exciting young endurance athletes that Britain has ever produced.

    Fitzgerald set a UK under-17 women’s 3000m record of 8:59.67 in Belfast in July and she took her first Mini Marathon title here despite having recently enjoyed a three-week end-of-track-season break.

    “I felt good the whole way and it felt shorter than I expected which was a plus,” the Exeter Harrier said. “I wasn’t sure how this was going to go as I’ve just come back from a rest. I had three weeks off but I was doing some easy running. It was a nice break, physically and mentally.”

    Innes Fitzgerald (Mark Shearman)

    Fitzgerald has only burst on the scene this year under the guidance of coach Gavin Pavey after previously running for fun.

    “Beforehand I was just running by myself,” she says. “It was a hobby, really. But it’s just taken off when I met Gavin.”

    Gavin is husband and coach to former European champion Jo Pavey and Fitzgerald says: “They’re very knowledgeable in everything. If I ask them a question they’ll tell me more than enough.”

    READ MORE: Mini Marathon through the years

    She has now started A-levels in maths, physics and biology but hopes to make the under-20 team for the European Cross Country Championships in Turin in December.

    “I felt good the whole way and it felt shorter than what I was expecting!”

    Innes Fitzgerald – who broke the UK U17 3000m record this past summer and is coached by Gavin, husband of @jopavey – on her victory at the Mini @LondonMarathon

    @Jason_AW #LondonMarathon

    — AW (@AthleticsWeekly) October 1, 2022

    Dover similarly has ambitions of making the Euro Cross junior team despite only turning 17 this week. On his Mini Marathon victory, he was delighted as he’s finished runner-up twice in the past.

    “It was brilliant with a really fast start as usual, the crowds and all the sights on the route,” he says.

    How did he have time to admire the views? “Big Ben is hard to miss,” he explained. “It’s a brilliant area and a lovely finish going past Buckingham Palace. It’s one of my favourite races.”

    Henry Dover (Mark Shearman)

    Like Fitzgerald, Dover has swept all before him this summer and won the English Schools and SIAB Schools International 1500m titles and England Athletics 3000m crown.

    He’s particularly proud of his 8:15.26 for 3000m which places him No.5 on the UK all-time rankings and, he adds, “pushed Mo Farah down into sixth place.”

    “It’s one of my favourite races of the year.”

    Henry Dover, who won English Schools and SIAB International gold this year, on his victory in the U17 race at the Mini @LondonMarathon

    @Jason_AW #LondonMarathon

    — AW (@AthleticsWeekly) October 1, 2022

    On his upcoming goals, the Shaftesbury Barnet athlete said: “Track is definitely my main event but I still have aspirations to win some of the cross-country races. I’ve got high hopes and am going to try to match them.”

    Isla McGowan was hoping to finish top 20 at best but won the under-15 girls although it was a close run race as the Banbury athlete held off Katie Pye and Emer McKee with Shaikira King a close fourth.

    “It was a total surprise to win,” said McGowan. “It’s my first time at this event so I thought I might come top 20 at best.”

    Owen Ulfig (2330) (Mark Shearman)

    Owen Ulfig enjoyed victory in the under-15 boys race in a similarly competitive race when the former triathlete from the West Midlands pipped Jon Peppin and Evan Grime.

    Thomas Thake finished sixth in the Mini London Marathon last year after going off too quickly and blowing up. This time he paced his race better and won the under-13 boys race.

    Thake runs for Hallamshire Harriers in Sheffield – a club that counts Seb Coe among its former members. Naturally, Thake would love to follow in his footsteps and says: “The 1500m is my distance so I’m hoping to do well in that.”

    Thomas Thake (Mark Shearman)

    In the under-13 race Katherine Haslip proved one of the most dominant winners of the day as she took victory by 18 seconds from Kitty Scott. Haslip won the UK Inter-Counties title in March and will be looking for more cross-country success this winter. Like many athletes she had some family support in London but her mum only just made it to the event in time after having to navigate the train strikes that made travel into London difficult.

    Katherine Haslip (Mark Shearman)

    Yasmine Hodkinson and Illias Zghoundi won the under-17 wheelchair race titles in style too. Both are members of the Weir Archer Academy and will be hoping to enjoy the same success that David Weir, a multiple Mini Marathon winner who went on to claim multiple London Marathon and Paralympic titles.

    The youngsters competing are not the only ones with ambition either. After moving the Mini Marathon from Sunday to Saturday, the organisers intend to grow the participation figures so they reach 50,000 in time for the London Marathon’s 50th anniversary in eight years’ time.

    READ MORE: Big plans for Mini Marathon

    It is a big challenge but helped by the fact sponsor Tata Consultancy Services are giving £10 to each runner for their school to spend on PE or IT equipment.

    Illias Zghoundi pips Oliver Porter (Mark Shearman)

    You can find results from the TCS Mini London Marathon here

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  • London Marathon 2022 tracker: How to follow your family and friends as they run the race
    01 October 2022
    Around 40,000 are set to hit the streets of London on Sunday, and here is how you can track the progress of your loved ones as they take on the 26.2-mile challenge around the capital
  • London Marathon 2022 route map: Interactive guide including best places to view from
    01 October 2022
    For the second year running the London Marathon will take place in the month of October and thousands will try their best to complete the capital's 26.2 mile course
  • London Marathon road closures 2022: Traffic and travel advice plus public transport
    01 October 2022
    The 2022 London Marathon takes place this Sunday, October 2, with up to 50,000 runners set to take to the streets in the English capital to be part of the iconic event
  • 2022 Victorian Marathon Championships
    01 October 2022

    For the first time in three years, an international field will line up for the Nike Melbourne Marathon Festival. Still, a lot of interest will be in our best local hopes as they vie for the prestigious Victorian Marathon Championship crown.

    Recently returned from the Commonwealth Games, Liam Adams (ATE) will headline the men’s field. With a personal best 2:10 from 2020, Adams again delivered for the green and gold by placing 4th in the recent Commonwealth Games. His time of 2:13:24 eclipsed his previous best Commonwealth Games performance of 2:13:49 in Glasgow in 2014.

    In typical Adams fashion, his post-Games racing schedule hasn’t eased off with solid performances at the Australian Cross Country Championships and 3rd place in the Australian Road Running championships recently held in Adelaide.

    A previous overall winner of the Nike Melbourne Marathon Festival in 2018, Adams will be eyeing off the top Australian and Victorian position this Sunday.

    In his first complete season in Victoria, St Stephens Harrier Reece Edwards will be looking to once again be amongst the championship medallists.

    Edwards ran a 2:13 in Rotterdam last year and is looking to improve on that in the cool and calm conditions predicted for Melbourne this weekend. Venturing to Sydney a fortnight ago, Edwards claimed the Australian Marathon Championship as part of his final long training run before his goal event in Melbourne. Edwards’ time of 2:17 had him finish well clear of the domestic field.

    Also looking for podium finishes will be Bendigo Region pair Nathan Stoate and Jamie Cook. At the same time, Melbourne University’s Jonny Earl will debut over the distance but impressed at Burnley and may be a factor.

    The women’s championship could be a much more even affair. Vanessa Wilson (OSC) comes in with the fastest PB of 2:40 in last year’s edition of this race and has run consistently in the 76min range for several Half Marathons in 2022.

    Likely to challenge Wilson will be Sophie Fitt, who has a 2:42 to her name from 2018. In her recent return to running, Fitt has been steadily improving and will be well suited to the Melbourne course.

    With a debut time of 2:44 at the Gold Coast in July, Deborah Bruce (SME) may be one to watch to take her first Victorian crown. With a recent 5km PB while touring in the UK, Bruce is another excellent example of a running mum producing career best form.

    Bruce’s South Melbourne teammate, Jess Jason, will debut in the marathon and is looking to run a steady race aiming for a time that will have her amongst the top Victorian contenders.

    Australia’s largest Marathon and Half Marathon, The Nike Melbourne Marathon, will take place on Sunday, 2nd October, and all events will finish inside the iconic MCG.

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  • ‘I’m still the best,’ insists Kenenisa Bekele before London Marathon tilt
    30 September 2022
    • Kenenisa, 40, will run in London Marathon on Sunday
    • Eliud Kipchoge set marathon world record last week

    Kenenisa Bekele insists he still deserves to be considered the greatest distance runner in history despite Eliud Kipchoge’s brilliant world marathon record in Berlin last week.

    The 40-year-old Bekele, who will run the London Marathon on Sunday, paid tribute to his great rival’s achievements over 26.2 miles but he also made it clear that if performances on the track, cross-country and world records were taken into account, he should be considered without equal.

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01 October 2022

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  • Szombathely Finals results 1
    01 October 2022

    Addison Fatta USA 13.366
    Teja Belak SLO 13.216
    Greta Mayer HUN 13.016

    Addison Fatta scores a 13.366 in Vault Finals at the Szombathely World Challenge Cup!@fattaaddison | @gkelite | @gymnastics

    — USA Gymnastics (@USAGym) October 1, 2022

    Zoja Szekely HUN 13.733
    Sydney Turner CAN 13.666
    Addison Fatta USA 13.600

    2022 Szombathely World Cup – Zoja Szekely (HUN) UB

    Video: Hungarian Gymnastics Federation

    — InternationalGymnast (@intlgymnast) October 1, 2022

    Illia Kovtun UKR 14.733
    Milad Karimi KAZ 14.533
    Hiramatsu Koga JPN 14.500

    Kovtun has really grown.

    Don’t worry I got you

    — SarahZ (@SarahZi1998) October 1, 2022

    Nariman Kurbanov KAZ 15.300
    Shiao Yu-Jan TWN 14.566
    Hiramatsu Koga JPN 14.166

    Nariman KURBANOV


    — もみじ (@maple_maple555) October 1, 2022

    Naturally, Berki is presenting the pommels medals

    — The Gymternet (@thegymterdotnet) October 1, 2022

    Vinzenz Höck AUT 14.666
    Haruki Minori JPN 14.633
    Tanabe Soichiro JPN 14.166

    Read Lauren’s LIVE blog.

  • R.I.P Franco Dragon
    01 October 2022

    Dragone died from a heart attack in Cairo, Egypt, on 30 September 2022 at the age of 69.

    Dragone started with Cirque du Soleil, then founded Dragone. For me the best of his shows was The House of Dancing Water at City of DreamsMacau.

    Cirque du Soleil is mourning. We are deeply saddened to learn the passing of Franco Dragone. Our hearts go out to his friends, family, and the entire Dragone organization. Franco was an industry icon and has contributed invaluably to the success of Cirque du Soleil.

    — Cirque du Soleil (@Cirque) October 1, 2022
  • In GIF: Diana Kustova Beautifully Nailing Her Acro Series During Her Gold Medal Winning Beam Routine At The 2022 Spartakiad Cup
    01 October 2022

     Diana Kustova beautifully nailing her acro series during her gold medal winning beam routine at the 2022 Spartakiad Cup.

    Full routine

  • Four Time Olympic Champion Alexei Nemov Wants Military Exemption For Russia's Best Athletes
    01 October 2022

     As Russians are being drafted for the war in Ukraine, Russian former Olympic gymnast Alexei Nemov wants former and current national team members to be exempt from President Vladimir Putin's conscription call up.

    Nemov, who is one of the most celebrated gymnasts of all time and an army colonel himself, told RT that he believes that there should be certain exemptions for both the current and former national team members calling Russia's best athletes "our gene pool which needs to be preserved".

    "There are many different opinions, but I think that since the country has said, we must comply. But at the same time, excesses must be avoided. I think that a certain reservation should be for the current members of the team, and for the former. After all, people, having completed their sports career, often remain in this system, train children, and pass on their experience. This connection of generations should not be interrupted. The best athletes are a kind of our gene pool, and it needs to be preserved,"Nemov said according to Google Translate.

    It is worth mentioning that Nemov is a former member of the Supreme Council of the United Russia political party.

    Earlier this year, he defended fellow Russian gymnast Ivan Kuliak, who wore the Russian pro war symbol "Z" at the Doha Cup, describing his actions as courageous. 

    Nemov is the 2000 Olympic all around and high bar champion, and the 1996 Olympic vault champion. He is also a three time World medalist and four time European medalist.

    Photo: Nemov/Instagram

  • 2022 Szombathely Challenge Cup | Event Finals Day 1 Live Blog
    01 October 2022

    Welcome to the live blog for the first day of event finals at the 2022 Szombathely Challenge Cup, held in Szombathely, Hungary!

    Please refresh your browser every few minutes to see the most recent updates, which will appear at the top of the page.

    9:56 am. Women’s Vault Standings

    9:50 am. Tijana Korent CRO VT: Starts with a handspring front tuck half, small step on the landing, mostly good in the air, legs are really tight together. 12.800 (3.8, 9.000)

    Second vault is a Yurchenko full, legs are pretty separated in the pre-flight and at the start of her post-flight, and she pikes down a little on the landing with a couple of steps back. 13.033 (4.2, 8.833)

    12.916 average

    9:47 am. Artem Dolgopyat ISR FX: Front double full to double front, a little low with a hop. Double-twisting double layout, good landing. 2.5 to double front, a little forward with a big step. 1.5 to rudi side pass, a little low with a hop. Double double, small hop forward. Not as tight as what we saw yesterday but he’s still doing mostly great and clean work. Arabian double front half-out to finish, big lunge forward. Those landings will hurt today. 14.500 (6.5, 8.100, -0.1)

    9:44 am. Maisa Kuusikko FIN VT: Just the Yurchenko full instead of the 1.5, really clean with a three-tenth hop back. 13.066 (4.2, 8.866)

    Second vault is a Yurchenko half-on front pike half off! Wow, okay. Form isn’t quite there yet, but that’s massive for Finland? I think she meant for it to be piked, or the judges will credit it as a pike given her hip form. Some leg form throughout in general. 12.633 (4.2, 8.533, -0.1)

    12.849 average

    9:42 am. Emata Azusa JPN FX: Piked double front with a massive stumble forward off the mat. Front full to randi with a hop back. Goes for a 3.5 but it looked off in rotation, steps it around to cover up but could be dangerous if counted as a triple as I assume that’s his last pass… 2.5 to a weird front tuck, bounces out of it. Triple full with a step to the side. 11.466 (5.5, 6.866, -0.9 ND) – lol at the ND

    9:39 am. Teja Belak SLO VT: Handspring front full, sits it. Looked off from the start, and not sure what position it was supposed to be. I think layout but her hips and knees are bent at various points throughout. 12.9 (5.0)

    Yurchenko 1.5, really tight in the air for the most part and a strong upper body position on the landing! Good alignment in general on this one. Small steps forward. 13.533 (4.6)

    13.216 moves her to second even with the fall on the first, looks like they gave her the layout?

    9:36 am. Illia Kovtun UKR FX: Front full to double front with a hop forward. Piked double front is super solid. He looks like he’s grown like 12 feet. Big 3.5! Randi with a little hop in place. 2.5 to front layout with a little wobble. Triple full with a hop back. 14.733 (6.1, 8.633) – puts him in first!

    9:33 am. Aneta Holasova CZE VT: Yurchenko full, small hop back but pretty solid in the air.

    Second is a tsuk layout, looked a little off on the block, or tentative maybe, but gets it around with a step to the side.

    I missed her average!

    9:31 am. Hiramatsu Koga JPN FX: Front full to front triple full I think! Double double with a small hop back, I definitely didn’t catch what he did in his third pass but it was two connected twists, not sure what the first was but think he connected to a randi? Russian circles for his strength bit. 2.5 with a hop to the side. 1.5 to front double full, and a solid triple full to finish, just a small hop back. 14.500 (6.2, 8.300)

    9:26 am. Natalia Escalera MEX VT: Yurchenko 1.5, big stumble back with a massive fight to hold it up but she nearly crashes into the table. Couldn’t see if she actually touched the mat with her hands but it was as close to a fall as counting one, sadly. 12.733 (4.6)

    Tsuk full for the second vault is really strong, step to the side. 13.066 (4.4, 8.666)

    12.900 average puts her third

    9:23 am. Marcus Casamento AUS FX: Front double full I think? to front layout, nice. Piked double front with a small hop back. Clean and stuck double tuck. Fabulous transitions down the length of the floor into the strength elements bit. 2.5 to tucked barani. 1.5 to front full. Triple full at the end, a little deep with a hop forward, but that was a great set! 13.633 (5.3, 8.333)

    9:20 am. Sara Surmanova SVK VT: Handspring front pike half, whips it around really quickly so the landing looks a bit rushed for her and she doesn’t QUITE have it but it’s not bad. Leg form looked mostly good in the air at least! 12.666

    Tsuk layout for the second, kind of throws it like one would throw a tsuk timer and not a competitive laid-out vault. Knee form is ambiguous and she bounces back on the landing. The angle for the replay shows that the knee form is almost more tucked than ambiguous but I don’t think tucked enough to be downgraded. Could be close though. 11.600

    12.133 average

    9:18 am. Dmitriy Patanin KAZ FX: Piked double front, really deep, punches back out of it and ends up sitting. Front full double front, comes up short there and sits. Double double, lands a little forward with a step. Double full down the side, step there too. As Tim Daggett said at nationals re: Yul’s double full, “you’ve done that pass a million times in your life, all of the guys here are going to laugh at you for such a heinous mistake!!!!” I’m guessing they’re not. 1.5 to tucked barani, 2.5 to…tucked 1.5 maybe, I didn’t really see, and a triple full to finish, some crossed ankles there. 11.333 (5.6, 5.733)

    9:14 am. Greta Mayer HUN VT: Really nice Yurchenko double, and she sticks it! 13.333 (4.2, 9.133)

    Tsuk layout for her second vault, pretty solid in the air, hop back. 12.700 (3.8, 8.900)

    13.016 average

    9:11 am. Tang Chia-Hung KAZ FX: I think that was a 3.5 with a small hop to the side, okay! I’m sleepy so it could have been a 2.5 but I swear it was more. Full-twisting double back with a small hop. Front full to front double full. Flairs. I didn’t pay attention to the pass after that, double full I think? He finished with a triple full, a bit short with a huge lunge forward out of it. 13.133 (5.4, 7.733)

    Trying to get scores as they come in but they haven’t shown any yet.

    9:08 am. Addison Fatta USA VT: Does a Yurchenko double for her first vault, pretty clean in the air, but really deep and squatted on the landing with a hop forward and to the side.

    Second vault is a tsuk full, ooh, huge upgrade from the tsuk back tuck yesterday! Form isn’t fully there and she has a big hop back but this will likely take gold, I think? Unless someone else has a surprising upgrade.

    13.366 average – I think Natalia Escalera could potentially beat this, she was a tenth back with her average yesterday.

    9:06 am. Milad Karimi KAZ FX: Randi to start, nice in the air and a strong landing. Front full to piked double front, stuck it! That was great. 2.5 to double front, small step forward. Double double with a tiny bounce. 1.5 to front double full. Triple full, stuck. This was brilliant. 14.533 (6.3, 8.233)

    9:02 am. Athletes are marching out for the MAG floor final!

    And now for WAG vault as well.

  • Canadian Gymnastics Week
    01 October 2022

    Are you ready to show your love for gymnastics? #CDNGymWeek with #TrueSport kicks off on October 2nd!

    — Gymnastics Canada (@gymcan1) September 28, 2022

    The True Sport Principles are:

    Go For It: Rise to the challenge – always strive for excellence. Be persistent and discover how good you can be.

    Example: Encouraging participants to continue trying new skills, even after a failed attempt.

    Play Fair: Understand, respect, and follow the rules. Play with integrity – competition is only meaningful when it is far.

    Example: Designing practice so that all participants have an opportunity to participate in all activities.

    Respect Others: Show respect for everyone involved in creating your sport experience, both on and off the field of play. Win with dignity and lose with grace.

    Example: Creating time and space for all participants to celebrate their accomplishments.

    Keep It Fun: Find the joy in sport and share it with others. Remember what you love about sport and why you play.

    Example: Creating time and space to celebrate new skill development of participants at practice.

    Stay Healthy: Always respect and care for your mind and body. Advocate for the health and safety of yourself and those around you.

    Example: Choosing a healthy snack when it is time to break to properly fuel your body.

    Include Everyone: Recognize and celebrate the strength in diversity. Invite and welcome others into the sport.

    Example: Inviting all participants to join in a cooperative game as a warm-up activity.

    Give Back: Say thanks and show gratitude. Encourage your sport group to make a difference in the community.

    Example: Inviting all participants to say thank you to their coaches at the end of practice each day

  • Mélanie – Beam warmup on floor
    01 October 2022

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  • Nishioka Ryusei – 18.9 Trampoline
    01 October 2022

    With 7 triple saltos, here’s the current world record for difficulty in competition.

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  • Gymnastics State Events for October 2022
    01 October 2022

    Check out the following state events for October. 


    15th-16th: Acrobatic Gymnastics Junior State Trial 2 @ Sydney Gymnastics & Aquatic Centre

    15th-16th: Rhythmic Gymnastics Junior Invitational @ Sydney Gymnastics & Aquatic Centre

    23rd: Gymnastics for All – FreeG Grand Prix #2 @ Gosford Gymnastics

    28th-30th: Junior State Championships @ Sydney Gymnastics & Aquatic Centre

    28th-30th: Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Junior State Championships @ Sydney Gymnastics

    & Aquatic Centre

    28th-30th: Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Level 3 & 4 State Championships @ Sydney Gymnastics & Aquatic Centre


    1st-2nd: Go for 2&5 Western Australian Junior Gymnastics Championships @ Gymnastics WA State Gymnastics Centre

    8th-9th: Go for 2&5 Pilbara Region Championships @ Karratha Gymnastic Club Inc


    No events included.


    8th-9th: WAG FNQ Junior & Senior Development Clinic L4-10 @ Barron Valley Gymnastics

    15th-16th: TRP QLD HP Clinic 5 @ TBC

    15th-16th: WAG NQ Junior Development Clinic @ TBC

    15th-16th: MAG FNQ Regional Clinic @ Mareeba Gymnastics

    16th: MAG/WAG Gladstone Masters Invitational @ Gladstone Gymnastics

    22nd-23rd: WAG Senior State Squad @ Gymnastics QLD HPC Sleeman Sports Complex

    22nd-23rd: WAG CQ Junior Development Clinic @ TBC

    22nd-23rd: WAG South Cairns Halloween Invitational L 3-5 @ South Cairns Gymnastics

    23rd: TRP SEQ Qualifier 1 2023 L5-10 @ Robertson Gymnastics

    30th: GfA FreeG Sokolova Cup @ Super Performance Centre

    30th: MAG SEQ Junior Development Clinic #2 @ Gymnastics QLD HPC Sleeman Sports Complex


    No events included.


    6th: CLUBS 2023 Planning Day

    17th-21st: CLUBS Club Development Week


    22nd: WAG & TRP 2022 Tasmanian Masters Games @ Devonport Gymnastics Club

    23rd: MAG & RG 2022 Tasmanian Masters Games @ Devonport Gymnastics Club

    29th-30th: TRP State Club Championships (Qualifier #1 2023) @ Launceston PCYC


    2nd: EKGA WAG Invitational Level 4-7 @ Essendon Keilor Gymnastics Academy

    8th: Hamilton & District Gymnastics Club Annual Invitational Level 1-4 @ Hamilton and District GC

    8th-9th: Jets Get Ready for Vics Level 3-7 @ Jets Gymnastics

    8th-9th: MAG State Gymnastics Centre Junior Invitational @ Victorian State Gymnastics Centre

    9th: High Performance Invite – Team Future @ BTYC Gymnastics

    9th: Ruyton RG Junior Cup Level 1-4 @ Ruyton Girls School

    15th-16th: October Victorian Championships (Jnr ACR, Jnr WAG – Levels 5-7, Snr TRP and Levels All Stars) – Week 1 @ Geelong Arena

    21st: WAG Southern Cross Classic @ Geelong Arena

    22nd-23rd: October Victorian Championships (Jnr MAG, Jnr and Int RG and Jnr WAG – Levels 3-4) – Week 2 @ Geelong Arena

    29th-30th: Portland GC Invitational @ Portland Gymnastics Club

    30th: Eclipse WAG 1-4 Invitational @ Eclipse Gymnastics

    For more info about any other upcoming events, visit 

    Let us know if your child is competing, or if we’ve missed any events!

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01 October 2022

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  • College Salute Alumni Conversation- Payton Murphy, The Injury, The Dismount, The MAC Champion
    28 September 2022

    In this episode of Alumni Conversation we have 2022 MAC Beam and Floor Champion Payton Murphy from Western Michigan on the show. Payton is headed into her senior year for the broncos but we get to take her back to her club days and find more about the injury that shaped her into the tough athlete she is today. We discuss her major neck injury from her freshman year and how that has impacted her and made her the leader she has become. We discuss her long journey on bars with dismounts and releases and of course talk about her 2022 MAC Championships.

  • Paris World Cup Review
    28 September 2022
    Meet News
    • GymCastic's Paris correspondent Laura Cappelle is here to help us break down the major stories of last weekend's World Challenge Cup, including
      • The ridiculousness of how hard it was to watch this competition in the year 2022
      • Jordan Chiles' top international floor score of the year, and how the crowd reacted
      • Shilese Jones' wolf-themed floor adventures, the difference between her intended D score and actual D score, and the whole point of US women actually going to challenge cups
      • What professional dance critic Dr. Capelle PhD thought about the floor choreography and what makes a compelling floor experience for the crowd
      • Does the men's technical committee hate joy and its own sport? Yes. Yes it does. A full debrief on the Heath Thorpe (AUS) dance skill rejection.
      • Marine Boyer's home gold beam medal—and renowned beam specialist Jade Carey
      • The terror on men's vault: why was this allowed to happen and what can be done about it?
      • The Rebeca Andrade/Shilese Jones showdown on bars, and what happened to Flavia and Melanie at this meet
      • Ellie Black's new skill, and why it's a win for gymnastics integrity
      • The dawn of the age of Irish gymnastics
      • The US men medaling in all their finals


  • pt. 2 What Makes CORRIE LOTHROP Think...
    27 September 2022

    Email Nicole directly: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    See the full VIDEOS WE DISCUSS ON THE SHOW  (Don't forget to subscribe!)

    Learn more about Nicole or register for an event at:

    Facebook & Instagram: @nicolelangevinconsultant

    Twitter: @youthinkpod

    Book a Cornerstone Traveling Convention by emailing: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Sponsors: Creatively Disruptive, Precision Choreo & Camps, My Gym Judge, Quatro Gymnastics, Tumbltrak

    Nicole Co-Owns  My Gym Judge LLC with Chellsie Memmel and Like a Champ! Representation with Alicia Sacramone  

    Music by: Darek Leiner @rhythmkpr

    Sound Engineer: Keith Larsen

  • What the F Is Artistry
    21 September 2022
    • Larisa Latynina has a previously undiscovered worlds medal that ties her with Simone on the all-time medal list!
    • Constant vigilance news about the volunteer assistant coach at Southern Utah
    Gymternet News
    • It's the Paris Challenge Cup this weekend! We discuss
      • Why are so many more gymnasts going to Paris than to Szombathely or Mersin, and is it because of The Devil Wears Prada?
      • The highly anticipated return of Melanie De Jesus Dos Santos. What should we expect?
      • The pre-worlds showdown between the Brazilians and the US
      • Will Jade Carey upgrade her floor tumbling?
      • And much more!
    Artistry Code Class
    • The beam and floor Artistry Checklists explained.
    • Why you're supposed to party like it's 1979
    • Sideways movements and close-to-beam choreography
      • What kinds of fake choreography aren't good enough, how many body parts have to touch the beam to count, and what counts as a body part
      • A deep discussion of fairy dust and whether the distribution of the aforementioned fairy dust can be legally classified as sufficient involvement of all the body parts
    • Chicken isolations: A no-no
    • What is posture and how do you know whether your posture is enough posture
    • Why smiling is the same as elite dead eyes
    • Why you should cut off everything but your feet



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  • Pt. 1 What Makes CORRIE LOTHROP Think...
    20 September 2022
    Corrie Lothrop (now Dury) was a U.S. National Team member and Olympic Team Alternate. Training was...tough, to say the least. The pressures of International Competition were...intense at a minimum. In this episode, she reflects on her experiences as an athlete, relives some pivotal International Competitions, and introduces us to "T-crotch-evs."
  • Yul Moldauer sits down with former 5280 Gymnastics Teammates Taylor Burkhart and Zak Johnson
    09 September 2022

    Yul Moldauer discusses the US National team bonus scoring, college gymnastics, and more with his former 5280 Gymnastics teammates Taylor Burkhart (Stanford/US Senior National Team member) and Zak Johnson (Rocky Mountain Pride). 

    Yul Moldauer is a US Olympian, World Medalist, and a 7-Time NCAA Champion who trains at 5280 Gymnastics in Wheat Ridge, Colorado.

  • The World Championships Field Is Set
    07 September 2022
    Gymternet News
    • The qualification spots for worlds are confirmed and the draw has been made
      • The US women compete in the first subdivision—is that significant?
      • Has the new qualification system changed the athletes we're seeing at worlds? Has it altered the schedule?
      • Will familiarity with the qualification process change the approach for some countries next year?
      • Which athletes have been put in gymnastics jail by their federations
    • Someone's leaving the FIG... (listen to our interview with Steve Butcher here)
    • Big score news from qualification at Chinese Nationals
    • We watched Daring Simone Biles and have some proposals
    • Rule changes in NCAA women's gymnastics involving beam difficulty and a new "Justice for Haleigh Bryant" provision
    • Plus, injury news, the excellent sports drama a pro-league shut down, Morgan Hurd is tumbling again, that time Alabama tried to NIL for the team but didn't come close to their goal and Joscelyn Roberson has a new gym
    • We answer your questions about getting a 0 on vault, hand elegance, wolf turns, Simone-themed math classes, and the 2008 US Olympic team


  • What Makes TASHA SCHWIKERT Think...part 2
    06 September 2022

    Email Nicole directly: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    See the full VIDEOS WE DISCUSS ON THE SHOW  (Don't forget to subscribe!)

    Learn more about Nicole or register for an event at:

    Facebook & Instagram: @nicolelangevinconsultant

    Twitter: @youthinkpod

    Book a Cornerstone Traveling Convention by emailing: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Sponsors: Creatively Disruptive, Precision Choreo & Camps, My Gym Judge, Quatro Gymnastics, Tumbltrak

    Nicole Co-Owns  My Gym Judge LLC with Chellsie Memmel and Like a Champ! Representation with Alicia Sacramone  

    Music by: Darek Leiner @rhythmkpr

    Sound Engineer: Keith Larsen

  • Spencer's Beloved BlogCasts
    31 August 2022

    Back by popoular demand!

  • College Salute Alumni Conversation- CMU Senior Hannah DeMers- Knock Coach Down with Her Excitement
    31 August 2022

    In this alumni convo pod we sat down with the 2022 MAC All Around Champion and Gymnast of the Year, CMU Senior Hannah DeMers to talk all things EXCITEMENT. Those of you who know Hannah know she is all high energy all the time. She talks about not being at her best at MAC's and still winning, how COVID didn't derail her 2021 NCAA Championships experience and where all the energy after each routine comes from. Hannah is known as an all arounder but stands out on floor, where does her ability to steal the show come from and Maggie Nicols mom well listen in to find out. 

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