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For some reason in Canada they let the minds of Avry Lewis-McDougall and Brad Bartko combine for a weekly sports podcast that touches on all the major leagues, stories and everything else in between!
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Sports In The Making is a podcast hosted by tv sports veteran Don Cardona that explores the behind-the-scenes of sports, whether on the field, in the tv truck or anywhere sports happens. Don has conversations with the people working in sports, including sports broadcasting professionals, executives, front office staff, athletes, agents, etc. and gives sports fans a different look at sports and how it all comes together.
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Today’s guest is former MLB relief pitcher Jason Grimsley. Jason played for seven different teams during his wild and memorable fifteen-year career. He had 622 career strikeouts and is a two-time World Series champion with the New York Yankees (1999 and 2000). Despite great success on the baseball diamond, Jason shares his off-field battles of addi…
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Former NFL player David Klingler is today’s guest. David had a legendary collegiate career at the University of Houston and was a Heisman finalist in 1991. As a result, David was drafted in the first round by the Cincinnati Bengals. Following his six seasons in the NFL, David exchanged his football playbook for seminary textbooks. After earning his…
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Today’s guest is Ted Barrett, a retired Major League Baseball umpire who worked multiple World Series and All-Star games during his illustrious career. Ted has the distinction of being the only MLB umpire to have worked three perfect games including NY Yankee David Cone’s perfect game in 1999. In this episode, Ted gives listeners a behind the scene…
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Today’s guest is Paul (“Hembo”) Hembekides, on-air personality for Greeny and Get Up on ESPN. Hembo is a New York Times bestselling author and uses numbers and statistics to enlighten sports fans. He co-authored Got Your Number with ESPN’s Mike Greenberg and discusses future writing projects with Greenberg. In this episode, Hembo shares how he live…
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Mickey Weston played fifteen years of professional baseball with the Philadelphia Phillies, New York Mets, Baltimore Orioles and the Toronto Blue Jays. Mickey currently serves as the chaplain for the Chicago White Sox and as executive director of Unlimited Potential, a collection of former ballplayers helping current ballplayers follow Jesus. Micke…
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Sean Casey played twelve years in the Major Leagues while going to three All Star games (1999, 2001 and 2004). The former first baseman was hitting coach for the New York Yankees (2023) and currently serves as an analyst on the MLB Network. Sean was nicknamed “The Mayor” by his fellow MLB players for his outgoing personality and infectious energy. …
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Mark Gleason spends time with Don to talk about everything related to sports as a camera operator. He has worked on ESPN’s Armed Forces Classic and the Carrier Classic, countless Major League Baseball games and National Football League games. Prior to Game 2 of the National League Championship Series in Philadelphia, Mark was at his camera position…
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LOG: 00:00 - Heirloom Travel Promo (heirloomtravelandadventure.com) 00:38 - Heat Media Promo (heatmediavisuals.com) 00:59 - Episode Introduction, Boulder, Colorado 01:42 - Introduction to Mark Johnson, Voice of the Buffs. 02:15 - Where Mark’s love of sports came from. 03:35 - Mark’s start in broadcasting and the work he did early in his career. 04:…
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LOG: 00:00 - Heirloom Travel & Adventure Promo 00:41 - Episode Introduction 02:35 - How Oscar Sanchez describes the sports broadcasting industry. 04:25 - How Oscar got into sports television. 07:24 - How he worked in all aspects of television but had more control working behind the scenes. 09:09 - Making the jump to sports from news and entertainme…
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0:00 - Episode #38 Introduction 1:20 - Introduction to Jed Drake and how he started in broadcast television, first as a local reporter covering the Lake Placid Olympics in 1980. 5:38 - Jed reconciling his Olympic coverage with Roone Arledge 7:05 - When Jed joined ESPN as a production assistant 10:35 - Working the early days at ESPN and how he got o…
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00:00 - Open 01:00 - Introduction to Owen Scannell 01:37 - How Owen started Premier Rugby Sevens and how Collegiate Rugby Sevens helped new viewers understand the sport. 07:00 - Premier Rugby Sevens Clip from Pittsburgh Tournament 08:50 - When Owen thought he had a viable new sport in the U.S. 12:15 - Growing PR7s with partners were incremental 14:…
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0:00 - Episode Introduction to Mike DesRoches 1:15 - Where Mike’s love of sports came from 2:10 - Mike played D1 college baseball 2:40 - How Mike started working for Sony 4:00 - What Mike does with Sony now with broadcast sports 6:00 - How I met Mike at the Denver AVEXpo and how Mike helps the sports networks 9:10 - The kinds of innovations that ca…
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00:00 - Episode Introduction 01:30 - How Amy got into sports broadcasting working with the tv broadcasts for the New York Yankees 4:20 - How the Yankees’ Don Carney, Executive Producer & Director took a risk hiring Amy and women in sports tv. 6:20 - When Amy was 11 years old she participated in the New York Nets’ “Run, Dribble & Shoot” contest but …
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00:00 - Episode Introduction 01:45 - How Terry and I met working in the Dominican Baseball League for ESPN (with some pictures) 03:15 - Terry’s thoughts about Dominican Baseball 04:10 - Terry’s memory of visiting with Baseball HOF Pitcher Juan Marichal 05:55 - What an Operations Producer does 07:45 - How Ops Producers are able to save a show and wh…
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Travis Hafner is today’s guest on the Post Game podcast. Travis played twelve years in the Major Leagues with the Texas Rangers (2002), New York Yankees (2013) and most notably, the Cleveland Indians (2003-2012). The former first baseman and designated hitter describes growing up in rural North Dakota and making it to the Majors despite not playing…
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0:00 Episode Introduction 1:50 The meaning of the Philadelphia Phillies in the World Series 3:00 How Dave grew up in Maryland and being the son of Hall of Fame College Football Coach Harold “Tubby” Raymond 5:55 Where Dave got his work ethic 7:50 How he became the Phillie Phanatic 11:00 How quickly the Phanatic had success and passing it along to To…
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A recap of the first fourteen episodes of Sports In The Making and includes short sections from some of the most memorable responses. Recap Highlights: 00:00 Introduction to Episode 1:40 Episode 2 - Scott Hecht talking about a make-or-break moment in his tv career https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLkgyVd4XSs&t=10s 6:40 Episode 3 - John Howard shares…
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LOG: 0:00 - Introduction 1:15 - How Drew first thought about getting into sports 3:00 - How he didn’t make the initial cut to work for ESPN as a staff employee but was eventually hired 5:10 - What a remote Production Assistant is at ESPN 6:05 - How he advanced from PA to Associate Producer 7:45 - What an AP’s responsibility is in remote/event produ…
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World Series MVP Scott Brosius is the guest on today’s episode of Post Game with Paul Golden. Brosius, an Oregon native, played for the Oakland Athletics (1991-1997) before being traded to the New York Yankees (1998-2001). The former All-Star third baseman describes playing on the 1998 New York Yankees—considered one of the greatest teams of all ti…
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LOG: 00:00 - Introduction 01:39 - How a camera falling on Marc’s head got him into television 3:44 - How ESPN Coordinating Producer Chris Farrow (SITM Guest #4) hired Marc offered him a job 5:04 - What Marc’s early career jobs were including editing, pulling cable, etc. 6:35 - What the process of getting a job at ESPN was like when Marc went to wor…
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00:00 - Intro to Episode 01:50 - How Brian got into sports broadcasting 03:30 - What sports USA Network covered in the 1980’s 06:50 - How as a producer Brian is connected to each aspect of the production 08:50 - How he manages broadcasting shows around the world 10:27 - What a control room monitor wall looks like and what he looks at 12:50 - How co…
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LOG: 00:00 - Episode Introduction 02:25 - Introduction to Claudia Trejos and how she got into sports broadcasting 03:40 - How boxing is a part of her life 05:30 - How Claudia’s passion for sports is important for how she works in her career 07:20 - How Claudia has a presence that makes an impact on her performance in the boxing industry despite “im…
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2022 Stanley Cup champion Josh Manson is today’s guest on the podcast. Josh is a defenseman for the Colorado Avalanche of the National Hockey League. Originally drafted by the Anaheim Ducks (2011), Josh made his NHL debut with the Ducks in 2014. Earlier this year, Josh was traded to the Avalanche and was a key contributor to their championship run …
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00:00 - Intro to Episode #27 01:30 - How Dave Kroner got into sports television 02:58 - What Dave wanted to do as a career in sports television 04:20 - What he has seen change over the years with the graphics technology 08:20 - The different types of graphics used on sports tv broadcasts 11:12 - Dave’s role as Sr. Graphics Developer at ESPN 13:30 -…
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00:00:00 Introduction To Allyson J. Davis 00:01:30 What Allyson is doing currently 00:01:55 What her responsibilities are as a marketing executive 00:04:20 How the media landscape has changed with marketing 00:06:35 How Allyson got into sports and then went into the marketing side of the business 00:09:25 How important it is for someone to love spo…
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00:00 - Episode 25 introduction 00:45 - Introduction to Dave Fanucchi and how he began his career in sports. 03:35 - Introduction to Ted Collins and how he began his career in movie producing 09:30 - Ted Collins Working with Women of Wrestling (WOW), owned by Jeannie Buss, Owner of the Los Angeles Lakers 11:50 - What Women of Wrestling is about in …
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Today’s guest is Pablo Viruega, sports analyst and color commentator with ESPN Deportes and ESPN International. Pablo has covered over twenty Super Bowls as a reporter and commentator as well as the Olympics, World Cup, NBA and NFL games. He is an integral part of the weekly program NFL Esta Noche. The Mexico City native describes growing up in a y…
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Today’s guest is Bill Rose, a minority owner of the most iconic sports franchise of all time, the New York Yankees. As a limited partner of the Yankees, Bill shares his special connections to The Boss, George Steinbrenner, his childhood hero, Yankee great Bobby Richardson and Hollywood icon Kirk Douglas. Despite incredible “success” in the world’s …
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Today’s guest is Navy lacrosse player, Dane Swanson, Jr. This 20-year-old was recruited heavily as an 8th grader and ended up as standout athlete at the United States Naval Academy. In this episode, Dane details a typical day in the life of a Midshipman and the excitement of the famous Army/Navy game. He describes his faith and identity in Jesus Ch…
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Today our guest is former MLB manager, Clint Hurdle. Following a ten-year playing career in the big leagues (Kansas City Royals, Cincinnati Reds, New York Mets and St. Louis Cardinals), Clint successfully managed the Colorado Rockies (2002-2009) and Pittsburgh Pirates (2011-2019). Clint was the 2013 National League Manager of the Year. Hurdle descr…
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Today’s guest is Jason Romano, host of the popular Sports Spectrum podcast. Before joining the sports + faith media ministry, Jason spent seventeen years working at ESPN most notably on the Mike and Mike in the Morning show. This Emmy-award winner details the challenging question Tony Dungy asked him that changed the direction of his life. In this …
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On the latest MiniCast, Brad and Avry taped from an interesting location, inside Commonwealth Stadium before the Edmonton Elks first home preseason game! The guys got into the start of the CFL season, NHL playoffs talk and what's going on with unhappy talent in both WWE and AEW! Follow the guys on Twitter, @broadcastinbrad and @Avry…
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Super Bowl champion Prince Amukamara is today’s guest on the podcast. The first round draft pick (2011) of the New York Giants describes the thrill of beating Tom Brady in Super Bowl XLVI his rookie year. He also pulls back the curtain on the ups and downs of his NFL life. Prince recounts his performance mentality regarding religion and how he even…
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The MiniCasts are back! Brad and Avry are back this summer to bring you all some fresh content! On the latest MiniCast, the guys welcomed Dave Campbell of 630 CHED AM and the Edmonton Elks broadcast team to the show! The guys got into the 2022 CFL season, predictions for the Elks, the new front office and coaching staff, and more! Follow Dave Campb…
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Retired All-star pitcher Tim Burke is our guest on today’s podcast. The former NY Yankee, Met and Expo describes how God changed his life while playing in the minors (it was the best of times, it was the worst of times). In addition, Tim shares the rollercoaster journey of international adoption he and his wife experienced. Not only did Tim walk aw…
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Today’s guest on the podcast is New York Yankees assistant hitting coach, Casey Dykes. Casey recounts his high school playing days in Franklin, Tennessee and collegiate career at Western Kentucky University. He details his transition from college to pro ball and his fast track to coaching in the Bronx. This follower of Jesus Christ shares his faith…
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Dave Jauss, Senior Advisor (Player Development) for the Washington Nationals is our guest on today’s episode. This baseball lifer has coached for over 34 years at a variety of levels in the US, Canada, Venezuela and the Dominican Republic and has been bench coach and scout for several Major League teams. Dave details the three generations of his fa…
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Retired All-Star pitcher Dave Dravecky is our guest on today’ podcast. In this episode, Dave recounts his incredible comeback during the 1989 season with the San Francisco Giants. Following the pitch heard ‘round the world, Dave describes the physical and emotional impact of his cancer and eventual amputation of his left arm and shoulder. Dravecky …
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Andy Pettitte is considered one of the great Yankee pitchers of all time and is our special guest on today’s episode. The 3-time All-Star, 5-time World Series champion is a beloved member of the Yankees’ Core Four. Andy will share how he became a follower of Jesus Christ and how his faith strengthened him during his 18 seasons in the major leagues.…
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Professional baseball player John Gant is our guest on today’s episode. John has pitched for the Atlanta Braves, St. Louis Cardinals and Minnesota Twins--this upcoming season John will be playing in Japan for the Nippon-Ham Fighters. Originally drafted by the New York Mets, John shares his career path from outstanding high school athlete to the Maj…
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Join the conversation as J.C. Show shares his basketball journey from being named Mr. Gatorade in high school to NCAA Division 1 programs at Bucknell/Binghamton to the professional ranks. He recounts overcoming physical and mental challenges to make it all the way to the NBA’s G-League. Growing up as a coach’s kid, JC describes meeting his wife, hi…
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Olympian Janie Reed is our guest on this special episode of Post Game with Paul Golden. Janie is an outfielder on the United States women’s national softball team who will be going for gold in the Tokyo Olympics. This Team USA member will share her career path to the Olympics as well as her faith story including her ministry called www.ChurchontheD…
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Listen in on part two of this special conversation with Erik Kratz, former catcher who spent nearly two decades in professional baseball. Erik recounts how he remained spiritually strong during the baseball season. He shares insight into some important choices he had to make (turning down an MLB coaching opportunity) and his plans for the future (c…
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Listen in on this special conversation with former MLB catcher Erik Kratz who spent almost two decades in baseball most recently with the New York Yankees. You will enjoy Erik’s funny and insightful take on his career in professional baseball including the “absolutely craziest game” he’s ever been part of. He also provides the backstory on his “sho…
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Listen in as we converse with basketball lifer Mike Jarvis who coached 25 seasons at the NCAA Division 1 level including stops at George Washington University and St. John’s University. You will hear of his special connection to NBA Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing and legendary Coach Red Auerbach. In addition, Coach Jarvis tells how he joined the great…
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Billy Graham once said, A coach will impact more people in one year than the average person will in an entire lifetime. Today’s guest understands the powerful influence of coaches on the lives of their players. John Zeller will share stories of his coaching journey through the high school and college ranks in addition to his time as a sports minist…
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We visit with the legendary Pat Williams, former general manager of the Philadelphia 76ers and Chicago Bulls. In addition to his MLB and NBA front office stories, Pat shares his journey of faith including his daily spiritual disciplines. As a father of 19 kids, you don’t want to miss out on his words of wisdom for parents. Pat recounts his time in …
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Today on the podcast we talk with the MLB area scout who discovered two-time Cy Young Award winner Jacob deGrom of the New York Mets. Les Parker shares his experience working for the New York Yankees including stories about his Brian Cashman “job swap”, having Hal Steinbrenner as his intern and a fun story about the legendary Boss, George Steinbren…
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Today on the podcast we talk with Casey DeSmith of the Pittsburgh Penguins about his family and career path—going from an undrafted third string goalie in the ECHL all the way to the NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins. Casey shares how his faith sustains him (especially during the COVID era) and what it’s like playing with the legendary Sidney Crosby. We di…
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Sorry about the lack of intro music! The guys got into the NBA playoffs, NHL playoffs, and NFL Draft! Fill your ear holes with content! Follow Caley on Twitter: @CaleyChelios Follow the guys on Twitter! @broadcastinbrad and @Avry You can also check out behind the scenes stuff with the podcast and other content at @bradandavry on Twitter and Instagr…
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