Willie couldn’t make it tonight, so we brought in Jen Cosgriff to talk about her 6 days in Arizona for spring training. We talk about the 27 inning scoreless streak by Giants starters, then freak out about the pummeling of Sergio Romo and aforementioned starters. We can’t wait until the Dodgers melt down from their Australia series!
The boys are back in Episode #56 to talk about Ben and Chad’s experience interviewing players at Media Day, how Chad gave a 3 hour behind-the-scenes tour of the Monterey Bay Aquarium to Matt Cain and his family, early domination by the starters in Spring Training, how many wins we think Tim Hudson will get, our favorite tweets, and the first “Why’ll we’ll win it all” of 2014. Come join our Michael Morse swooncast!
Chad and Ben interview San Francisco Giants infielder Nick Noonan. He talks about his number (21) and how all of the Giants are very approachable. Yes, people still dog him on the golf course with “NOONAN!” and “Miss it!”
Be sure to check out our other interviews with Matt Cain, Sergio Romo, Ryan Vogelsong and others at TortureCast.com
Both interviews are the same. You can view the video above or click play below to listen to our interview with Javier Lopez!
Chad and Ben interview Giants reliever Javier Lopez at Media Day on January 31, 2014. He praises the fans, the stadium, the team, and winning 2 World Series as the main factors in re-signing with San Francisco. Javy also would like to eliminate the earned run if an inherited runner scores after stealing second through defensive indifference.
Be sure to listen to our other interviews from Media Day including Matt Cain, Sergio Romo, Tim Lincecum, Michael Morse and others.
Both interviews are the same. You can watch the video above or click play below to listen to our interview with Ryan Vogelsong!
Chad and Ben interview Giants starting pitcher Ryan Vogelsong at Media Day on January 31, 2014. Chad embarrasses Ben with a story about Ben’s Vogelsong jersey that he donned at the All Star Game in 2011, and we also talk about his physical therapy that continues to address his freak hand injury from last year.
Be sure to listen to our other interviews from Media Day including Matt Cain, Sergio Romo, Tim Lincecum, Javier Lopez and others.
Chad and Ben sat down with Giants closer Sergio Romo at Media Day at AT&T Park before the start of spring training. We talk about his takeover of the Warriors’ Twitter account, what he would have like to have played professionally if it weren’t for baseball, and he hates that inherited runners that score count as an earned run.
Be sure to check out our other interviews with Matt Cain, Michael Morse, Javier Lopez and others!
The same interview is posted in both video form above and audio form below.
Chad and Ben interviewed Giants’ starting pitcher Matt Cain during Media Day at AT&T Park and asked him about his 2013 first half slump, golfing at AT&T Pro-Am, what baseball rule he’d like to change, getting “Cained,” and surprisingly, he wants Chad to take him SCUBA diving in Monterey.
Be sure to check out our interviews with Michael Morse, Sergio Romo, Nick Noonan, Tim Lincecum, Javier Lopez and others!
Chad and Ben interview the Giants’ new left fielder Michael Morse at Media Day at AT&T Park. We ask him about the “phantom” grand slam he hit with the Nationals 2 years ago, what sport he would’ve like to have played professionally, other than baseball, and one baseball rule he’d like to change.
We have interviews with Matt Cain, Sergio Romo, Javier Lopez, Nick Noonan, Tim Lincecum and others. Be sure to check them out and follow us for another year of Giants baseball!
Warning, your Twitter account will once again produce a bit of smoke this evening as Willie, Ben and Chad will be in the press box for Rockies vs. Giants tonight. It’s strange, but this will be the third game this year, out of 5, that we’ve seen Lincecum pitch. Not trying to line it up that way…just happens.
This could be Lincecum’s second-to-last start in a Giants uniform at AT&T. Strange to ponder that possibility, but looking at the schedule, he’ll have 4 more starts; tonight, in LA, in NY, then back at home for a final start against the hated Dodgers. Wait…holy weed, Batman…I just realized that if the rotation keeps that way, our next game in the box will be that Lincecum start, and potentially his final for the Giants.