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James Chipman, the director of scouting at Prospects Live stops by to talk about what he has seen in Lakeland, we break down the newest 2021 MLB Draft Class and catch up on all the stops on the Road to Detroit. Chip breaks down the 20-80 scale Gage Workman's progress in West Michigan. Why fans should get excited for Roberto Campos What tools are ri…
 
Chris and Rogelio recap their recent trip through the Tigers minor league system Spencer Torkelson and Dillon Dingler get the call-up. Curving the fans expectations Why keep Matt Manning in Toledo is a safer alternative than having him get shelled Hugh Smith has disappeared again How injuries continue to hurt the minor league system Patreon: https:…
 
Chris, Joe, Jake, and Rogelio recap the past week in the Detroit Tigers minor league system including Rogelio's tour of Lakeland and what all four saw out at West Michigan in Spencer Torkelson, Dillon Dingler, and Andre Lipcius. Support the podcast by becoming a Patreon subscriber today! https://www.patreon.com/TigersSRD ★ Support this podcast on P…
 
On the second episode of the Tigers Minor League Report Podcast, Chris, Jake, Joe, Kellen, Rogelio, and Yoop do their best to guess which Tigers minor leaguers will be manning the Toledo and Erie squads in 2021. Then they talk about where they think 2020 draft picks Spencer Torkelson, Dillon Dingler, Daniel Cabrera, Trei Cruz, Gage Workman, and Col…
 
On the first episode of the Tigers Minor League Report, Kellen, Joe, John, and Chris sit down with Dan Hasty, the voice of the West Michigan Whitecaps, as they talk about how the Detroit Tigers prospects fared in the first week of Spring Training, what relievers and starters could make their move to Detroit and the prospects who are rising up in th…
 
For this episode I’m joined by Dominic Latkovski, the founder and man behind BirdZerk! and the rotating cast of characters in the ZOOperstars!. We discussed making the business a family affair, travelling with the outfits, and getting minor league players to join in the fun. So sit back and enjoy episode seventeen of the Minor Conversations Podcast…
 
For this episode I’m joined by Tom Ando, Director of Food and Beverage for the Erie SeaWolves. Tom (@ConcessionsGuy) was the mastermind behind the SeaWolves’ Cotton Candy Hot Dog that has taken the world by storm. For a special promo night, Erie wrapped a hot dog in cotton candy and sprinkled Nerds on it. Other than Tim Tebow, it’s not a stretch to…
 
For this episode I’m joined by Bowie Baysox Director of Ticket Operations, Charlene Fewer. Charlene and I discussed her path to working for the Baysox, handling both group sales and the box office, and a typical day in her life on a game day. Charlene and I talked before the horrific shooting at the Annapolis Capital claimed the lives of five repor…
 
For this episode I’m joined by Trenton Thunder broadcaster Jon Mozes. The Thunder are hosting this year’s Eastern League All-Star Classic in two weeks and we discussed the preparation behind the two-day event, a rundown of some of the highlights, former Yankee great Bernie Williams performing the National Anthem, and broadcasting the game. So sit b…
 
For this episode I’m doing something a little different…I recently unearthed an interview I did a couple of years ago with Tim Lepard of Team Ghost Riders…or as it’s known in a lot of minor league ballparks, The Cowboy Monkey Rodeo. This was not an elaborate podcast setup, just a handheld voice recorder so bear with the sound quality at times and t…
 
For this episode I’m joined by Tim Heiman, Director of Broadcasting & Media Relations for the Binghamton Rumble Ponies. This season has been like no other Tim has experienced in his broadcasting career thanks to the presence of another Tim on the Rumble Ponies’ roster, Tim Tebow. We discussed the media frenzy around him, the so-called Tebow effect …
 
For this episode I’m joined by Thom Hinton, the official scorer for the Portland Sea Dogs. Thom has been the official scorer for the last 17 seasons in Portland where he has done over 1,000 games. Thom was nice enough to stop by Harrisburg on a vacation him and his wife were taking in Central Pennsylvania. He came to FNB Field to watch the Senators…
 
For this episode I’m joined by Andy Linker, Harrisburg baseball historian on the juggernaut that was the 1993 Harrisburg Senators in his new book “The Class of ’93, How One Baseball Team Wrecked an Entire League”. Andy covered the team from spring training in depressing Lantana, Florida all the way through their 100th win against only 47 losses in …
 
For this episode I’m joined by Cory Giger, beatwriter for the Altoona Mirror and author of the new book “20 Years Around the Curve, the best stories and players from the franchise’s first two decades” Cory has covered the team since its inception in 1999 and has previously published two earlier books “Inside Curve” detailing the inaugural season an…
 
For this episode I’m joined by Ben Hill, bon vivant and purveyor of all things that make minor league baseball unique. Ben documents the creative side of the game for MiLB.com as he highlights the wackiest and most effective promotions, the delicious and extreme food options, and the craziness that goes on and off the field each summer. We discusse…
 
For this episode I’m joined by Tonya Petrunak, Director of Marketing and Executive Director of Baseballtown Charities for the Reading Fightin’ Phils. Tonya returned to the team five years ago and in her position with Baseballtown Charities has recently helmed the development of the Savage 61 Dream Field, the first baseball field in Berks County tha…
 
For this episode, I’m joined by Jason Klein of Brandiose, the San Diego-based sports marketing and design studio that has become the go-to company for minor league baseball teams. Along with his friend and business partner Casey White, Jason created Brandiose and began this journey when they sold their first logo redesign to the West Tennessee Diam…
 
For this episode, I’m joined by Flying Squirrels’ broadcaster Jay Burnham. The current season is Jay’s fifteenth behind the microphone and sixth for Richmond. Named the 2011 MiLB broadcaster of the year by Ballpark Digest, Jay and I discuss his career path to Richmond, the 24-hour bus ride from Pensacola to St. Paul, “Biagini in a Bottle”, and his …
 
For this episode, I’m joined by Harrisburg Senators’ broadcaster Terry Byrom. 2018 will mark Terry’s 14th with the team and 17th overall in minor league baseball. I could have Terry on the podcast to talk about almost anything but one of the things that interested me the most, and I hope it does for you too, is how he got into broadcasting baseball…
 
Tom Reisenweber always wanted a career in sports. He just never imagined it would be as a sportswriter. Yet , here he is covering all manner of high school, college, and professional sports for the Erie Times News. Tom is one of the best and most dedicated beat writers in the Eastern League covering all things Sea Wolves. We talked about his unusua…
 
Last season, Adrienne Roberson was one of two female public address announcers in affiliated baseball and the only one in the minors. 2018 will mark her fourteenth season manning the microphone for the Bowie Baysox. We talked about her career path, her preparation for a game, the opportunities she’s had over the last several years to be the PA anno…
 
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