Category Archives: Podcasts

Yelling From the Bench Eugenie Bouchard

Yelling From The Bench: Genie Bouchard In Charge

John Supowitz | May 29th, 2020

See why Genie Bouchard‘s social calendar is filling up. Continue reading

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Mile High Salute Podcast

Mile High Salute Podcast: Denver Broncos Schedule and Predictions

Zach Gotlieb & Jacob Dunne| May 26th, 2020

Welcome to the third episode of the “Mile High Salute” Denver Broncos podcast! Beat writers Zach Gotlieb and Jacob Dunne have joined forces to discuss all things Broncos. In today’s episode, we highlight key games in the Broncos 2020 schedule and give our predictions on how they’ll finish the season. If you haven’t already, check out last week’s episode! Continue reading

Yelling From The Bench: Darren Rovell

Yelling From The Bench: Darren Rovell Needs His Head Checked and FLORIDA NEWS!

John Supowitz  | May 24th, 2020

Why is Darren Rovell no longer friends with football players? Once again we explore everything that is Florida Subscribe to our YouTube channel and stay up to date with our videos Continue reading

Murph and The Maj Podcast: Baseball Edition

Murph and The Maj Podcast: Baseball Edition

The Scorecrow | May 20th, 2020

Will there be a Major League Baseball season? If so, what will it look like? How are the New York Mets and New York Yankees looking? For these questions and more, Johnnie Black joins @1murphblue and @TheMaj_NFL on the podcast to talk some baseball.

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Yelling From The Bench: Michael Jordan has all the Time and Money

John Supowitz | May 19th, 2020

As you watched The Last Dance, more stories about Michael Jordan come out. Did he really turn down more money than we’ll probably ever make?

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Tom Green Podcast

Tom Greene Podcast- College Football Schedule Prediction & Update with Jay Smith

Tom Greene | May 17th, 2020

We talked about the NFL Schedule and what’s to come of it, now it’s time to talk College Football!

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The Tom Greene Podcast- NFL Schedule Review & Update with MJ Hurley

Tom Greene | May 16th, 2020

The new Soundboard for the Podcast is here, and hopefully, the show is sounding a lot better!

I brought in MJ Hurley, (@mjhurley47) from the Next Man Up with MJ Podcast, to break down the schedule, some draft thoughts, and as well as what a possible return to sports with fans may look like. Continue reading

Yelling From the Bench

Yelling From The Bench: The Last Dance Dominants, The NFL Stays Home, The Legend Of Jon Daly Grows

John Supowitz  | May 13th, 2020  

I’m back with another episode of Yelling From the Bench. Has Micahel Jordan danced on the heart of Joe Exotic? The NFL players missing out on a trip to London town? A new Jon Daly story so of course, we talk about it. Continue reading

Mile High Salute Podcast

Mile High Salute Podcast: Denver Broncos 2020 NFL Draft Analysis

Jacob Dunne and Zach Gotlieb | May 12th, 2020

Welcome to our first official episode of the “Mile High Salute” Denver Broncos podcast! Beat writers Zach Gotlieb and Jacob Dunne have joined forces to discuss all things Broncos.

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Yelling From the Bench Mike Tyson

Yelling From The Bench: Smashing Keyboards & Cheeseburgers

John Supowitz | May 6th, 2020  

I’m back with another episode of Yelling From the Bench and I cover a wide range of topics.

Josh Hart can’t get on the board, JaMarcus Russell studies Wendy’s menus more than game film, and Mike Tyson at 53 years old, could still kill you. Continue reading

Leadin the Charge: Buffalo Bills

Leading the Charge Podcast Introduction

Givanni Damico | May 3rd, 2020

Hey guys, so I decided to start my own football podcast called the “Leading the Charge Podcast.” I am a Buffalo Bills fan so a lot of what I talk about will be about the Bills, but I am also planning on discussing the league as a whole while sprinkling in some of my scouting knowledge!

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Yelling From The Bench Dennis Rodman

Yelling From The Bench: Can’t Tame The Worm

John Supowitz  | May 3rd, 2020

The sports world has been glued to “The Last Dance” over the last couple of weeks and its in-depth look at the last Bulls championship team and players surrounding it. Continue reading

best baseball video games

What Are Some Of The Best Baseball Video Games?

John Supowitz | April 29th, 2020

There have been so many great baseball video games throughout history. I and some of The Scorecrow staff give us just a few. Continue reading

Sweating to the Oldies

Yelling From The Bench: Dripping In Louis Sweat

John Supowitz | April 26th, 2020

Our gyms are now in our homes. What are you using to stay fit? Peloton? Tonal? Lifting random furniture? None of that comes close to the flex of this major designer that’s now allowing you to get in shape in style. Be sure to follow The Scorecrow on Youtube for weekly episodes. Continue reading

Getting ready for the NFL Draft

Tom Greene Podcast- NFL Draft Preview with Alex Strouf and Johnnie Black

Tom Greene | April 23rd, 2020

The NFL Draft is here! I brought in Alex Strouf and Johnnie Black to break it down. Lions, Packers, and Saints Previews here, along with first pick, a surprise, and a disappointment! Check out our NFL Draft Preview getting you ready for Thursday night.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 21: First At-Bat Salami, Perfecto, and Moving Cities

Alex Kielar | April 21st, 2020

Joey Ricotta joins me to discuss this day in baseball history. On April 21. Philip Humber pitched the 21st perfect game in major league history, Bill Duggleby hit a grand slam in his first at-bat in 1898 (not done again until 2005), a couple of teams moved cities, and one team made their debut.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 20: Boston Strong, Ashburn, Teddy Ballgame and Roberto Clemente

Alex Kielar | April 20th, 2020

I am once again solo to look back on this day in baseball history! I look back at the first game at Fenway Park since the Boston bombing (Boston Strong!), Richie Ashburn and Ted Williams making their major league debuts, and Roberto Clemente posthumously being inducted into the Hall of Fame.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 19: Pomp and Circumstance, Iron Man, and the Dark Night

Alex Kielar | April 19th, 2020

I am back for another solo episode as I look back on this day in baseball history. I talked about Sparky Lyle becoming the first pitcher to have an entrance song (coming out to Pomp and Circumstance), Cal Ripken, Jr. being placed on the disabled list for the first time in his career, and Matt Harvey setting a modern-day record.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 18: Slammin’ Sammy, Schmitty, and House That Ruth Built

Alex Kielar | April 18th, 2020

I am back with Joey Ricotta for another episode looking back on baseball history! We alk about Sammy Sosa becoming the all-time Cubs home run leader, Mike Schmidt hitting his 500th career home run, Yankee Stadium opening up, and more!

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 17: KB, Uba, Thurman

Alex Kielar | April 17th, 2020

I am back for another episode as I bring on  Joey Ricotta to look back on the biggest things that happened on this day in baseball history! We talked about Kris Bryant making his major league debut, Ubaldo Jimenez pitching the Rockies first no-hitter, Thurman Munson being named captain of the Yankees and more!

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Buck-Guys Talk Podcast: All-Time MLB Draft

Daniel Corrigan | April 16th, 2020

Since there are no sports we have to find something to do. So, we decided to do an all-time baseball draft.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 13: The Godfather Part II, Switch-Chipper, and The Hit King

Alex Kielar | April 13th, 2020

I am joined by me, myself, and I again to look back on this day in baseball history. I talk about Barry Bonds passing his Godfather on the all-time home run list to be by himself in third place, Chipper Jones joining some legendary switch-hitting company, and Pete Rose getting a couple big hit milestones 21 years apart.

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Too Much Pod Tar: This Day in Baseball History – April 12: Captain Lou, The Godfather, and New Parks

Alex Kielar | April 12th, 2020

Joey Ricotta joins me again as we talk about Barry Bonds joining his Godfather Willie Mays for third on the all-time home run list. Lou Gehrig becomes Captain, Candlestick Park opens up, and much more.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 11: Debut of Yaz, Shin Guards, Mets, and Angels

Alex Kielar | April 11th, 2020 

To look back on this day in baseball history, I brought on Joey Ricotta this time to talk about a few debuts including Carl Yastrzemski‘s Major League debut and the debut of shin guards being used by a catcher. Continue reading

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 10: Colt .45s and More Cowbell, Buehrle That’s All We Need

Alex Kielar  | April 10th, 2020

I am joined again by Johnnie Black to look back in today in baseball history. On this day, Ken Griffey Jr. hit two milestone home runs on his father Ken Griffey Sr.’s birthday, the color barrier was broken as Jackie Robinson was signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers, and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays had “More Cowbell”.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 9: Eighth Wonder, Pops, and Fenway

Alex Kielar  | April 9th, 2020 

I bring on Joey Ricotta as we look back on This Day In Baseball History. We talk about five parks that opened up on this date, including the “Eighth Wonder of the World” in the Astrodome, Nolan Ryan still being dominant at 46, and the life and career of Willie Stargell, or “Pops”. Continue reading

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 8: Hank Does It, Futility, and the Old Man and the Shea

Alex Kielar  | April 8th, 2020 Another episode of Today in Baseball History. I’m joined again by Johnnie Black and we talk about Hank Aaron‘s historic feat, the ultimate 0-fer, and when a pitcher wins at a stadium that’s younger than he is. Continue reading

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 7: Chronicles of Baseball: The Tiger, the Prince, and the Closer

Alex Kielar  | April 7th, 2020 

I am back again for another solo episode as I look back on today in baseball history including Jack Morris throwing a no-hitter, Prince Fielder matching his father Cecil’s career home run mark, and the closer role becoming official with the very first save in history by Bill Singer.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 6: DH, Cycles, and Records

Alex Kielar  | April 6th, 2020 

I am back again solo to bring you everything that happened today in baseball history, as there were several records tied and broken, including Trevor Story being the first player to hit a homer in each of his first three major league games and Jack Morris making his 14th straight Opening Day start. Continue reading

Too Much Pod Tar: This Day In Baseball History – April 4: Tuffy, Tommy, and Hammerin’ Hank

Alex Kielar  | April 4th, 2020  I’m joined again by Johnnie Black for today’s baseball history. We talk about Tuffy Rhodes‘s three-HR game and Hank Aaron tying the mighty Babe. Continue reading

Buck-Guys Talk Podcast: Barry Bonds Is Very Good

Daniel Corrigan | April 4th, 2020

We the people, have cyberbullied ESPN enough to release the Michael Jordan documentary this April instead of July.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 3: “The Kid” Debut, Stadium Debuts

Alex Kielar  | April 3rd, 2020  

I went solo this time to look back on this day in baseball history, as I talked about the debut of “The Kid” 31 years ago today, new Yankee Stadium and Citi Field being inaugurated, a few trades, and more! Not as many big events occurred on this day than others, but they were still very notable. Continue reading

Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 2: Records Broken, Ichiro MLB Debut, Trades

Alex Kielar | April 2nd, 2020

Today in baseball history, Johnnie Black and I looked back on some records that were broken, including David Ortiz breaking the RBI record for a designated hitter, Ichiro making his debut in 2001, and a few trades that went down. We also had some discussion on the Hall of Fame, including whether Ichiro could be the second unanimous Hall of Famer in history.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 1: Records, Extensions, and the Seattle Pilots

Alex Kielar | April 1st, 2020 

To continue our “This Day In Baseball History” series, Johnnie Black and I looked back in history on this day. There were some records that were set, extensions signed, a team in Seattle called the Pilots that only lasted one season, and more. There were quite a few things to talk about that happened on this day, so enjoy it.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – March 31: Trades and Expansion Teams

Alex Kielar | March 31st, 2020 

Another episode in our “This Day In Baseball History” series as I had Nick Jehamy on again to talk about this day in history. In this episode, you will find out about the expansion teams that made their debuts, trades that happened, the 1994 strike finally coming to an end and a lot more!

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – March 30: Bartolo Colon = Charlie Brown

Alex Kielar  | March 30th, 2020

In another “This Day In Baseball History” episode, Nick Jehamy and I once again looked back in history to talk about big events that happened. In this one, we joked about how Bartolo Colon is literally the same person as Charlie Brown (find out why), a couple trades, a ballpark opening, an ambidextrous pitcher, and more that you will find out when you listen to the episode. Continue reading

Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – March 29: Birth of a “Young” Legend

Alex Kielar  | March 29th, 2020

As we continue the “This Day In Baseball History” series, Nick Jehamy and I again looked back in time on this day. This is our 70th episode overall for this podcast, and seventh in what I’m calling the third season. Find out about everything that happened on this day in baseball history, including a couple trades, extensions, and the birth of some guy named Denton True Young (wonder how he turned out). Continue reading

Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – March 28: Player Traded For Stadium Rental?

Alex Kielar | March 28th, 2020

As we continue the “This Day In Baseball History” series, myself and Nick Jehamy again looked back in time. Baseball has the advantage of having a very historic past, so we have a lot to look back on as we do this series.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – March 27

Alex Kielar | March 27th, 2020 

We continue our series looking back in time on each day in baseball history. Without new baseball, we will look back in history until the season finally does start. I had Nick Jehamy on again for this episode, as we talked about when the Los Angeles Dodgers were sold to Magic Johnson and all the way back when and how the Chicago Cubs got their name.

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Buck-Guys Talk Podcast: Mock Draft Szn

Daniel Corrigan | March 27th, 2020

Our second remote episode features the unveiling of our second versions of our NFL mock drafts. That will dominate the entire show.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – March 26

Alex Kielar | March 26th, 2020

Sigh, today would have been Opening Day and yet we don’t have baseball. To help make up for that, we have our first episode in the “This Day in Baseball History” series where we will look back on the biggest moments throughout the years on each day. Continue reading

Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: Quarantine Life

Alex Kielar | March 25th, 2020 

Life is so much different and sadder with no sports around (besides virtual ones). In this one, the regular co-hosts as we’re gonna call it, Alex Kielar and Johnnie Black, are joined by “Buck-Guys Talk Podcast” host Daniel Corrigan. They try to brighten things up a bit by finding several interesting topics to talk about.

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Buck-Guys Talk Podcast: Movin’ Out (Cole’s Song)

Daniel Corrigan | March 20th, 2020

So please bear with us. This is a sudden change.  We are trying to figure out how to work this remotely. I’m calling this season 2 of the podcast. This is a drastic change and things will not be the same as they were.

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Buck-Guys Talk Podcast: Complete 2020 MLB Breakdown

Daniel Corrigan | March 5th, 2020

The entire episode is dedicated to the 2020 MLB season. We breakdown each division, and give our way too early playoff, World Series, and Award winners.

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Cardboard Boxseats: “The NBA, Where Drama Happens”

Gabe Botero | February 26th, 2020

This episode Nick and Gabe talk about what Kyrie Irving is doing on and off the court (but mainly what he’s doing off the court) as well as some shakeups in Cleveland and Los Angeles. Other points of interest include a retrospective look at All-Star Weekend and current standings in the league! Lots of jokes in this one, consider yourself warned. Continue reading

Buck-Guys Talk: Tyson Unleashed Fury

Daniel Corrigan | February 26th, 2020

In this episode, we talk about the big fight on Saturday. Tyson Fury absolutely demolished Deontay Wilder to become the WBC heavyweight champion of the world.

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Buck-Guys Talk Podcast: Astros Are A PR Nightmare

Daniel Corrigan | February 19th, 2020

The Houston Astros are back at it again. This time, making themselves much more hate-able by everyone. With quite possibly the biggest take-quake of all time, Astros owner Jim Crane declares that cheating did not help them win a World Series.

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