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Join your Blue Heaven Podcast hosts, Clint Pasillas and Brook Smith, as they talk about this week in Los Angeles Dodgers Baseball. We use our 800,000 fans from Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Facebook to gain insight on what the fans are thinking and do our best to represent all perspectives in the Dodgers Community. Look out for special interviews with other bloggers, celebrities, players and more, along with giveaways for the best fans on earth! Overtime Media; Your Sport. Your Team. On yo ...
 
The Locked On Dodgers Podcast is your daily podcast about the Los Angeles Dodgers, hosted by Jeff Snider and Vince Samperio. If you want smart, passionate takes on the Dodgers every morning while you drive to work, Locked On Dodgers is the ticket. Vince and Jeff bleed Dodger Blue just like you do, and after 2020 both of them have been alive to see our Boys in Blue win it all. If Vin Scully listened to podcasts, this is the one he'd listen to (we're pretty sure). Part of the Locked On Podcast ...
 
Baseball America delivers baseball news you can't get anywhere else. Covering the game from a player-development point of view, the staff of BA will deliver its take on what's going on in the world of baseball every week on its podcast, analyzing the game from the majors and minors--with an emphasis on prospects--through our unparalleled college and high school coverage.
 
A common refrain about LA sports fans is that they arrive late to games and leave early – we want to flip that on its head. Powered by the award-winning sports staff at the Los Angeles Times and helmed by veteran sports journalist Beto Duran, this podcast will smash the stereotype that our fans don’t have a passion for their sports teams. We'll provide in-depth interviews with the athletes, coaches, and front office personnel that drive our daily sports conversation. We’ll be there when you ...
 
The best podcast covering deep analysis of the NBA, NFL, college sports and more. Which also includes interviews with recognizable faces of the game and entertaining personalities. We even mix in some business ​and culture topics for fun too. Check it out for a great listen!
 
Las Vegas, NV , USA Resident DJ for @CaesarsPalace @STKlasvegas @GUESS [Bio:] Born on the west coast, Amanda Rose has made a name for herself by spinning the hottest nightclubs, private events, brand names and star-studded parties in Southern California before relocating to Las Vegas. With over a decade of experience behind the decks, Amanda Rose has become one of the most sought-after names in the industry. She’s spun her signature versatile mix of feel good music to a diverse list of clien ...
 
A young entrepreneur and US Navy SEAL come together to deconstruct the mindset and habits of elite athletes, military leaders, and prominent masterminds in the game of life. Join Dannie and Brad as they question the status quo, breakdown current events and seek personal growth in every episode.
 
It is all about how to live the beachlifestyle. Life Transformers, Entrepreneurs and Hosts Neil Haley and GJ Reynolds will interview people who are living the Beach Lifestyle and/or are able to help our community to do so. Are you? Live a fulfilling life and have the Life, Health and Prosperity you deserve! Learn to reclaim your personal power and be the playful and powerful Warrior you are. You are closer to realizing and having all of your goals, dreams and aspirations. Find the love, peac ...
 
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The Dodgers lost to the Cubs but saw some flashes from a veteran pitcher and a couple young prospects. Then Jeff and Vince answer questions about David Price, Gavin Lux, earliest Dodger memories and more. Locked On Dodgers, the daily podcast about the Los Angeles Dodgers with hosts Jeff Snider and Vince Samperio, is part of the Locked On Podcast Ne…
 
The Dodgers may be the best team in baseball (quasi-arguably anyway), but they certainly don't have the best stash of prospects. That said there are some genuinely interesting pieces peppered amongst the catching prospects and Van, Brian, and Ron are here to tell you all about them! There are uber-athletes like Wilman Diaz, bat-first sluggers like …
 
The defending World Series Champions are as deep as ever, making the Dodgers one of the premier teams in the fantasy baseball world. Dodgers beat writer Pedro Moura joins Al and Beller on this episode of Fantasy Baseball in 15 to discuss Cody Bellinger bouncing back, Gavin Lux's 2021 role, the league's deepest rotation, potential help for Kenley Ja…
 
The Dodgers did what we thought they’d do all along, re-signing Justin Turner, this time to a two-year, $34 million deal with an option for 2023. The Dodgers are well into the competitive balance tax for 2021, and have set themselves up in a strong position for both this year and, with only a few key decisions looming, for next year as well. Learn …
 
We're back on our weekly show. This week, we talk with Eric Nusbaum, author of "Stealing Home: Los Angeles, the Dodgers and the Lives Caught in Between." Also subscribe to his terrific newsletter at sportsstories.substack.com. We're also short on a guest for next week. Send me your author recommendations to peoplestilllreadbooks@gmail.com. Follow t…
 
Today, Jon is joined by Alan Smolinisky, entrepreneur, investor, and one of the owners of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Alan shares what it was like being an immigrants son to eventually realizing his life long dream and what he's learned along the way… lessons like understanding the dignity of hard work, the best parenting advice he learned from Berksh…
 
ESPN MLB Analyst Tim Kurkjian joins to discuss how MLB is handling this upcoming season during COVID times and how the ball being deadened is going to affect the games as well. Also, Breaking News that California has updated it’s attendance rules for sporting events and that there will be fans in Dodgers Stadium for opening day. Plus, Pop a Shot Gi…
 
Clinton Yates joins the Mason and Ramona to talk about the Dodgers and if there is more pressure on them this year to repeat? Also, how excited are you for the All Star Game and Dunk Contest? Plus, Joe Davis the TV Voice of the Dodgers calls in to talk about the Boys in Blue and what he expects to see from the team this year? And Producer Adam is i…
 
'BALL IN PLAY' presented by 'Baseball News Club'. Monday & Saturday podcast bringing the heat to your ears and increasing your baseball IQ. EP 15 = SPRING TRAINING, NL EAST predictions, NCAA baseball/softball rankings, Albert Pujols, Zack Greinke, Juan Soto, Corey Kluber, Aaron Boone update, Jordan Hicks, etc. Music by : Dan Lebowitz 'Never you min…
 
Deshaun Watson still wants out of Texas. Should the Texans build around Deshaun Watson? Jalen Ramsey spoke about Deshaun Watson's situation. Also, a kid gets a special something for his father. Would Blake Griffin be a good fit for the Lakers? Plus, Are the Dodgers under pressure to repeat another title with the roster and the payroll they have thi…
 
Los Angeles Unified School District may still be in the process of working out its return to in-person instruction as the district and its teachers’ union attempt to work out their differences so students and teachers can return, but meanwhile other districts in the area have already started the process of bringing some younger students back with h…
 
President Joe Biden said workers in Alabama and across the country have the right to join a union without intimidation from their companies. His comments come as Amazon workers in the state are voting on whether they should unionize. In a two-minute video posted to Twitter, Biden didn’t mention Amazon by name, or say how workers should vote, but he…
 
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, we speak with UCLA’s Dr. Annabelle De St. Maurice. Topics today include: Yesterday, California officials decided that they would target 40 percent of vaccine supply to underserved areas - will this effectively address racial disparities in vaccination? Governor Ga…
 
The Astros squeaked into the 2020 Postseason and nearly made a run to the World Series. Astros beat writer Jake Kaplan joins Al and DVR to discuss the recent finger injury for Framber Valdez, Jose Altuve's chances of a rebound, and how playing time in center field might shake out following the offseason departure of George Springer. 1:41 Will Myles…
 
Ramona shares some details about the plot of the new Space Jam movie and they discuss LeBron’s acting chops. Mason continues to wonder about Creighton basketball coach Doug McDermott’s status after making insensitive comments. A Lakers pop-a-shot is given away to a lucky listener for knowing the show, and ESPN’s Jeff Passan stops by to talk Dodgers…
 
Scott Kaplan stops by the show while Mason is trying to come up with the ‘best catchphrases’ from movies. Kaplan gives some suggestions and explains why he’s not a fan of one of Mason & Ireland’s favorite shows. Mason shares a story about Baker Mayfield claiming he’s seen UFOs and Kaplan weighs in on if he thinks they’re real or not. Plus, Producer…
 
Mason is joined by Ramona Shelburne, who is filling in for Ireland while he starts his All-Star break vacation. They get into last night’s Lakers loss and the complaining about the officiating. Mason wonders if the NBA refs have gone wild. Brian Windhorst stops by to give his thoughts on the Lakers as they head into the break and discuss his recent…
 
Shaquille O’Neal has one, as does Serena Williams and former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan. What exactly are SPACs, the investment trend that’s grown popular among the wealthiest Americans during the pandemic? SPACs— or special-purpose acquisition companies— are shells of companies whose purpose is to find a private company to buy and take public …
 
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, we speak with nurse and UCLA professor Kristen R Choi. Topics today include: CA officials say they’ll be reserving 40 percent of vaccines to areas that are hardest hit by COVID, to help address racial disparities LA’s winter COVID surge killed Latino and Black peo…
 
Last month, the documentary “Framing Britney Spears” reignited a cultural conversation about misogyny, the superstars’ treatment by a ruthless tabloid press and the complicity of all of us who consumed the story. We sit down with the director of the doc Samantha Stark as well as Vox writer Constance Grady to dive into the documentary and how it’s f…
 
Law enforcement was on high alert Thursday around the U.S. Capitol after authorities said intelligence had uncovered a “possible plot” by a militia group to storm the iconic building again. The alert came two months after Donald Trump supporters smashed through windows and doors to try to stop Congress from certifying now-President Joe Biden's vict…
 
On this episode of the Baseball America College Podcast, presented by Rapsodo, Teddy Cahill and Joe Healy preview the third weekend of college baseball action. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/baseball-america/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy…
 
Julio Urias and others got an inning against the Reds in another game that ended in a tie. Dennis Santana also got some work and got Vince wondering what his outlook for the 2021 season is. Then he finishes off talking about Andrew Friedman and the Dodgers' development system that has them ready to contend for years. Locked On Dodgers, the daily po…
 
It's been a contentious offseason on the North Side of Chicago, but the Cubs still have a dangerous offense featuring a number of fantasy mainstays, many of whom are looking for a rebound season in 2021. Cubs beat writer Sahadev Sharma joins Al and Beller on this episode of Fantasy Baseball in 15 to consider whether Kris Bryant, Javier Báez and Ant…
 
The guys are joined by Dan Woike of the LA Times, who experienced a terrifying thunderstorm down in Long Beach earlier in the day. They discuss what’s going on with the Lakers as they head into the All-Star break and if they’re able to reach the same heights that last year’s squad did. Mason asks Mychal about Greg McDermott’s comment and if he shou…
 
Mason calls his brother Brian, the poker player, to ask him if he thinks he could ever be a professional poker player and how much money he actually makes playing it all the time. Ned Colletti joins the show to discuss the Dodgers rotation and infield as they continue Spring Training games out in Arizona. Plus, Producer Lindsey asks about the Cover…
 
Mason & Ireland recap the Lakers’ loss to the Suns and why it was such an odd game. They discuss the news that LeBron will be sitting out tonight’s matchup with the Kings, which makes Mason very happy. Mason reveals a survey about the angriest fans in sports and Ireland tries to guess which sport holds the title. Plus, Mason wonders about his broth…
 
LA journalists Jimmy Recinos and Samanta Helou Hernandez are hosting a new Zoom event series on East Hollywood, covering topics including gentrification, redlining and housing. The first event: “Past: Redlining, Internment, and Resilience,” taking place March 4, will explore inter-ethnic solidarity before and during World War II. The next, “Present…
 
In recent years, medical schools have been producing more doctors, but hospital residency programs— a crucial step doctors must take to become fully licensed in the states— can’t keep up. The result is that many young doctors are “chronically unmatched” and hold degrees that are effectively useless. Many residency programs use filters to sift throu…
 
The beating of Rodney King by police officers took place 30 years ago on this day, March 3, 1991. It wasn’t until several days later that the world saw the attack which was videotaped by a private citizen and brought the attention of the whole city to the hearing of the four officers involved. After three of the officers were cleared by a mostly wh…
 
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, Larry Mantle speaks with Dr. Peter Chin-Hong, infectious disease specialist and professor of medicine at the UCSF Medical Center. Topics today include: Biden says U.S. will have enough vaccine doses to vaccinate all adults by the end of May C.D.C. says small, mask…
 
Early in the pandemic in Los Angeles, an elderly Korean woman who'd been verbally harassed and pelted with rocks in Koreatown went to her local police station to report the incident in her limited English. But as the woman later told community advocates, police opted not to take a report and provided no follow-up or referrals to organizations that …
 
At the start of the coronavirus pandemic (a year ago, sigh), some wondered whether a baby boom would be inevitable. But research is now showing that it may be a baby bust instead of a boom. Birth rates have declined across the country. Experts say, there’s no “perfect” time to have a baby. But it’s not hard to imagine why the current times may be t…
 
Twins beat writer Dan Hayes joins Al and DVR on this episode of Fantasy Baseball in 15, breaking down a team that should once again contend in the AL Central. Dan discuss the battle for playing time behind the plate, expectations for Byron Buxton following his 2020 power surge, the back of the Twins' rotation and closer situation, and Alex Kirillof…
 
The National League West will be exciting this year, and every Wednesday this month we're crossing over with Locked On hosts from other NL West podcasts. This week, Jeff is joined by Javi Reyes from Locked On Padres to talk about the best team in the West and also about the Padres. Locked On Dodgers, the daily podcast about the Los Angeles Dodgers …
 
Fresh off the Game Of Games scandal acquittal, Mychal Thompson stops by to give his thoughts on the Lakers last two games before the All-Star break. The guys debate whether the Cleveland Indians’ front office staff and manager Terry Francona deserve to be let go after accusations that they covered up for a former pitching coach for harassing female…
 
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