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Starting the week of March 29th, Starkville is moving. Jayson and Doug will bring you the same great baseball talk, guests, and trivia that you've come to expect as part of The Athletic Baseball Show. Head on over and subscribe now. In addition to Starkville, the Baseball Show will feature Ken Rosenthal, Hunter Pence, Keith Law, Grant Brisbee and D…
 
Baseball's virtual Winter Meetings are here and so is college basketball season so who better to talk Rays baseball and hoops than the one and only Dick Vitale! Dickie V laments the Rays pulling Blake Snell from Game 6 but confirms hit commitment to Tampa Bay baseball. He explains what he misses most while calling college games from home and he sha…
 
How movements are sparked out a feeling of being unheard, ignored and powerless How the political industry is quick to try to divert any movements effort and resources away from progress and towards their own ends Understanding of the root sentiment behind Black Lives Matter, Black Trans Lives Matter, The Tea Party and the Trump Movement all moveme…
 
Things are heating up in Starkville for the Hot Stove season and Ken Rosenthal visits to get us ready for all the major storylines. -Predicting this week's BBWAA Awards -Will free agency be a "blood bath" for middle class? -How will Steve Cohen factor into the market for Springer, Bauer and Realuto? -Will the Indians finally trade Francisco Lindor?…
 
Orel Hershiser guided the 1988 Dodgers to a World Series title and watched as a club broadcaster as they did it again 32 years later. Who better to visit Starkville this week: 6:45 - Orel remembers 1988 and one of the greatest seasons a pitcher has ever had 18:40 - Why the Rays should have ignored the analytics with Blake Snell 31:10 - Justin Turne…
 
David Price was drafted by Rays and helped get Tampa Bay to the World Series in 2008. Twelve years later, Price finds himself with the Dodgers as they take on the Rays in the World Series. What a perfect guest to get us ready for the Fall Classic. 6:15 - His decision to opt out of the 2020 season 11:00 - Mookie Betts the player, the teammate, the p…
 
Brian Kenny is loving the expanded MLB Postseason and he's visiting Starkville with ideas to make the future of baseball just as much fun. After his successful campaign to #killthewin, Brian is now lobbying to #killtheerror. BK, Jayson and Doug also remember the great career and life of Hall of Famer Bob Gibson. After the interview, Jayson and Doug…
 
While getting ready to call every single postseason game, Tim Kurkjian still found time to visit Starkville. The guys start with some October travel nightmares before previewing some of the best 2020 Wild Card matchups. Tim explains his love of tracking the 25 lifetime home run leaders for every letter of the alphabet (it's a thing). Jayson, Doug a…
 
Bob Costas makes a return visit to Starkville before the MLB postseason starts. Jayson and Doug get his take on the 2020 season and what expanded playoffs should look like moving forward. Bob also explains why fans think broadcasters hate their teams before putting the current state of the game into historic perspective. Also in this episode, a Ron…
 
Drew Carey is easily the funniest man to step foot in Starkville. He's got a lot to say about his love of Cleveland sports (except maybe the Browns) and whether an Indians championship would get an asterisk. He goes on to explain to Jayson and Doug how the Price is Right, like sports, will return without an audience. Then Drew and Doug nerd out on …
 
The best team in the American League is currently the Tampa Bay Rays and centerfielder Kevin Kiermaier visits Jayson and Doug in Starkville this week. Kevin gets into the long running rivalry between the Rays and Yankees and looks ahead to a potential playoff meeting. He also compares the 2020 Rays to some of the other great teams the organization …
 
Blue Jays President Mark Shapiro is the first president to ever visit Starkville. He brings tales of a wild trade deadline in an unprecedented season. Mark also shares his opinion on baseball's new rules with Jayson and Doug and looks ahead to what the sports landscape may look like in 2021. Follow Jayson on Twitter: @jaysonst Follow Doug on Twitte…
 
Every critic of mine is required to pass this set of 3 questions. If it meets all 3 requirements, then I will consider this criticism welcome and valuable. I will use it to better myself and grow at my craft. No offense taken. But, if it fails to meet any of these requirements, it gets thrown out with the trash. (I guess they were just having a bad…
 
In 2020, we have access to countless resources and ideas. This is an incredible opportunity. We get access to learn and see what others are doing and become inspired by it. But this environment can quickly breed us to lose our own voice, and begin thinking the way others have achieved success is the right way. You must not forget yourself in the eq…
 
I am currently undergoing some shifts in how I plan my work and projects. Usually, I am really good at this, but lately, it's been tough to stay on top of it all. It's easy to let things slide and tell myself that I'll 'get to it' soon. I keep waiting for the ideal environment to fall in my lap instead of forging it myself. Here is what scares me. …
 
This morning, I am stumped. I have no ideas about what to write to you this morning, but I am showing up anyway. Because that is what I have committed to do. Sometimes, that is all we can do. I am a firm believer in incremental steps being the only way to grow into something substantial. I don't feel bad about it, because I am a human. Sometimes, o…
 
Dodgers play-by-play man Joe Davis visits Starkville. He explains why as good as the Dodgers have been, they haven't played their best baseball. That said, he also explains that the 2020 playoff format has to be scary for Andrew Friedman and the front office. Joe also discusses replacing Vin Scully, working with Orel Hershiser and much more. The gu…
 
Monday mornings can be tough. But I don't think they need to be. This morning, you can prime your mindset to have a great week. No matter what hardships might come, you get to choose how you respond. So today, start with gratitude. Think about what you do have. For the people you have in your life. For the inspiration, you've drawn from your favori…
 
Let's talk about aliens. When you think of an alien, do you think of flying saucers? Of a giant head and pitch-black eyes standing on two legs? Does it have remarkable technology? Is it threatening? The truth is no one has ever seen an alien. (At least, no one can prove they have) But isn't it interesting the assumptions that we make about what ali…
 
What feels like play to you and work for others? What feels like work to you and play to others? These are essential questions to ask when you're starting a new project. When something feels like play for us, we are more likely to succeed in achieving it. And this inverse is also true; if it feels like work - you will eventually get burnt out by it…
 
Have you ever looked at what someone else is doing and thought "I could do that too... In fact, I could do it better."? This is natural. Humans have been bred since the dawn of time to compete for resources. Nowadays, we compete less for wild animals, and more for people's money, time and attention. The problem with this idea is that if you're too …
 
Yesterday, I talked about practicing generosity. Today, I want you to take what you did yesterday and apply it to yourself. What I mean is, when we are always thinking about ourselves, we sometimes are thinking the wrong way or about the wrong things. Personally, my obsession is work. I think about work and work ideas non-stop, and I get a lot of m…
 
Lance McCullers Jr visits Starkville and open up about a whole bunch of topics. He responds to Joe Kelly's recent comments about the Astros and explains that the immunity everyone complains about the Astros receiving isn't what you think it is. He also talks about coming back from Tommy John surgery, his work within the Houston community, throwing …
 
Generosity is a topic I don't see or hear much about these days. To be honest, I think that we are all living in a default 'survival mode'. And if you live in 'survivor-mode' all the time, you won't be very good at giving to others. But I believe we miss something meaningful when we focus too much on ourselves. We are made for connection with other…
 
When you say, "I don't know," you're taking the place of confidence in any interaction. You're being honest with yourself and whoever you're speaking with. It also frees you up from being some sort of expert about everything, which no one truly is. So today, instead of feeling the need to 'fake it till you make it,' what if you responded with "I do…
 
I am a huge productivity nerd. Anyone who knows me, knows I am a huge geek when it comes to systems and methodologies and lots of ways of thinking about how to get work done. Out of all the systems and ideas I've tried, only one has given me 5,10,100x return on my time. This trick is called batching. Batching is where you look at all the tasks you …
 
The 2016 World Series-winning general manager for the Chicago Cubs, Jed Hoyer, drops by Starkville to visit Jayson and Doug (while social distancing, of course)! The Starkvillians exchange thoughts over an array of topics, including: How teams and players are affected by postponements due to Covid; David Ross' managerial start; What does the trade …
 
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