Brad Burns joins Travis to examine the best starting pitchers in baseball, and the duo resumes selecting the players they believe will have the most success over the next five years. Brad also continues his terrific series on coaching our youth, and he illustrates what can happen when coaches value results over process.
Brad Burns continues his visit with a look at the health of Bryce Harper, the Biogenesis scandal, and the value of the draft in professional sports. He also provides the latest chapter in his study on youth coaching, this week shining a light on the impact a coach’s personal baggage can have on his or her performance on the field.
Travis opens Friday’s show with a look at first round action from the KHSAA state softball tournament, and he has the latest details from Yasiel Puig’s brilliant start with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Brad Burns joins Travis for his weekly visit, and he updates the progress of his alma mater, PRP, as the Panthers advanced to the final four at the state baseball tournament. Brad and Travis then continue building their collections of baseball’s best over the next five years, with catchers taking center stage this week.
Ohio State president Gordon Gee’s ill-advised comments about Notre Dame, universities in Kentucky, and SEC country got him in very hot water, and Brad Burns joins Travis to discuss the dangerous ground that is an ever-expanding public record. Brad also talks about experiencing Michael Wacha’s debut, and he and Travis continue their examination of the best and brightest in MLB with a look at the explosive young talent patrolling the outfield.
Brad Burns continues his Friday visit as he and Travis weigh a number of topics from Major League Baseball. They talk strikeouts, statistical evaluations, and toughness…as it applies to the struggling Los Angeles Dodgers. Brad also continues his series on coaching youth baseball, with this week’s focus on trying to avoid treating every game as if was the seventh game of the World Series.
Brad Burns examines statistics in baseball, detailing the numbers that are overrated and those that hold the most value in evaluating baseball and its players. Brad also continues his excellent series on coaching our youth. This week’s topic: ‘How to ruin the players you coach’.
Brad Burns joins Travis for their weekly look at the world of baseball. Brad discusses big problems for the New York Mets, and he evaluates the best shortstops in Major League Baseball.
Brad Burns evaluates the field as he and Travis discuss MLB’s top second basemen, and Brad continues his series on youth coaching with a look at the importance of a professional approach.
Travis opens Friday’s show with a look at Thursday’s results in local baseball and softball, including a Senior Night win for Calloway County baseball. He also offers a reminder of regional track meets on Saturday for Murray High (hosting the Class A meet) and Calloway County (at Tilghman for the 2A meet). Travis is then joined by Brad Burns, as Brad talks about umpires, professionalism, and replay in Major League Baseball.
Brad Burns joins Travis for more MLB talk, then moves on to his latest message for coaching youth baseball. Brad says patience is key, and he talks about applying it to working with young players and their parents.