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Savannah Bananas Owner Jesse Cole

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Jesse Cole has been majorly successful in many different ways: speaking, writing, marketing, and owning teams. The coolest thing about his success, is the way that he creates it - differently! Jesse embodies the “Be Yourself” mentality and it has paid off greatly through time! From his bright yellow tuxedo to the Banana Nanas, he has never shied away from embracing what the people want. Be sure to catch our interview with one of Savannah’s best!

Baseballogist Pt. 2

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Baseballogist (Right) pictured with former guest, Josh Shapiro of Baseball Lifestyle 101.

Baseballogist (Right) pictured with former guest, Josh Shapiro of Baseball Lifestyle 101.

Mentor, coach, social media influencer, and YouTuber, Baseballogist does it all! As a matter of fact, he considers himself to be the world’s first “Professional Baseball Fan.” He has had countless encounters with some of baseball’s best and represents the brands that he trusts the most. The coolest part of it all is that he connects with followers and players on a personal level. If you want to know more about one of baseball’s most genuine influencers, you’ve got to hear this one!

Follow him @baseballogist!

Cavemen Baseball's Mason Estrada

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Catcher, Mason Estrada, joined us for this week's Student Spotlight. Mason has been starting for the varsity squad since he was a freshman and has played like an upperclassman since the beginning. He surrounds himself with a good crowd and displays good character on and off of the field. He has had the chance to be around the game he loves since he was just able to walk and has committed to playing at the next level with Lubbock Christian University! Be sure to check this one out to hear about what he hopes his team can do this year and the goals he has set for himself!

Cavemen/Stanford Legend Brian Hall

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Brian Hall is known all over the country for the many things he was able to accomplish in his incredible baseball career. He broke school records in his hometown (including a .647 BA), was named to several All-American lists, and picked as Player of the Year by multiple organizations. He went on to do amazing work as one of the most versatile players in Stanford Cardinal history (1B, 3B, LF, CF, RF, & DH) and was able to compete in the College World Series three times in his four-year college career (with great players like Sam Fuld, Carlos Quentin, and Johnny Ash). After putting up numbers, yet again in college, he was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays where he finished off his career in Minor League Baseball. This episode is a must listen!

Oregon State Commit Gavin Turley

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Gavin Turley has been lighting up baseballs like a pro since the 7th grade! He is a 3x Power Showcase Colossus of Clout winner, who just keeps finding ways to put insane distance on the ball year-in and year-out. Entering his freshman year at Wasatch High School, he will be looking to become a big asset at an early age. Though he lives in Utah, he's managed to put in the hard work and dedication it takes to keep his bad extremely hot. You won't want to miss his incredible story!

Pro 1st Baseman Gavin Garay

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In this episode, Gavin Garay tells us all about his incredible baseball story. From switching college programs to getting his mental game right, he has made a lot of crucial decisions to get to where he is today. Garay isn’t just your everyday athlete, he used a chunk of his baseball money to fund and found his business: Elevate Clothing Company! Be sure to listen in on this one as we explore his life on and off of the field.

Pro Pitcher Tim Dillard

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Professional pitcher (newly) in the Texas Rangers organization, Tim Dillard, has seen it all in pro ball. He was drafted in 2001 by the Milwaukee Brewers and made his major league debut in 2008. In his 18 year career, he has had the chance to become a big Brewer fan favorite with his great humor, social media following, and talent. After signing with the Rangers in the offseason, he will have the opportunity to play at home in Nashville for the Sounds, where he has the record for wins and innings pitched!

This one is a must hear! If you want more Tim Dillard content, check out the Show & Go Podcast!

Pro Pitcher Mike Pascoe

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Mike Pascoe is a professional pitcher in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. Believe it or not, he didn’t always have a love for the sport (quite the opposite, actually). Mike tells us all about his journey to being drafted out of San Jacinto College and pursuing his dream to play in the big leagues. At 5’8”, Pascoe can really bring the heat with a 97 mph fastball and a mix of offspeed pitches. Be on the lookout for him in the coming years!

Player Coach George Carroll

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George Carroll is a former professional baseball player and current Position Player Coach in the Blue Jays' organization. We pick his brain about what it takes to really make it in pro ball, some tips for catchers on the way up (his primary position), and some of his best experiences on both sides of the ball. Grab a notepad and take in some great coaching knowledge in this week's ASB interview!

Phillies' Draftee David Martinelli

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Baseball stud outfielder, David Martinelli, was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in 2016 in the 6th round. He was well-known for his incredible bat and contegious positivity in the dugout. He hopped on the podcast to talk about his beginnings, baseball at Dallas Baptist, and what it was like to get drafted by the Phillies! David has since moved on from baseball and is now pursuing a career in business. Follow him: @DMartinelliJr

Shorthorn's Nasty N8 & TNT

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Shorthorn Little League from Carlsbad, NM made a deep run in the Southwest Regionals to make their hometown proud. We are happy to have had the chance to speak with Nate Hernandez and Tristin Thomas about their once in a lifetime experience! Both of these young athletes had a major impact on their team's offensive success. They break down what helped them to keep performing well, some of the fun they were able to have, and even their unpredictable popularity on TV and social media! Don't miss this.

Sponsored by: Albertsons Market, Kaleidoscoops, Fashion Eyeworks, Constructors Inc, & Bowen Insurance

Elizabethton Twins' Austin Schulfer

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Austin Schulfer was drafted in the 19th round to the Minnesota Twins out of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee! He is currently in his first year as a professional athlete and he took the time out of his busy baseball schedule to chat with us about his experience in the minor leagues so far. He tells us about the grind he put himself on to make it this far, how his fastball jumped up in velocity in a two-week span, and what he does on his off time! Austin gives us plenty of insight on his endorsement with Detached Co. and tells us about some of his personal favorites. Be sure to check this one out!

Shorthorn All-Stars Mack & Jeremyah

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The Shorthorn All-Stars were able to get through three separate playoff tournaments with only one loss to reach the Little League Southwest Regional Tournament in Waco, TX. This tournament has not been reached with any team from Carlsbad for 12 years! We are excited to welcome Mack Mabrey and Jeremyah Dominguez onto the show as they tell us what they have done to prepare for the biggest stage and some of the things they like to do to have fun! 

ASB is sponsored by: Albertsons Market, Fashion Eyeworks, Constructors Inc, Kaleidoscoops, and Bowen Insurance!

Hickory Crawdads' Kole Enright

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Kole Enright was drafted to the Texas Rangers in the 3rd round out of high school in 2016. He currently plays for the Hickory Crawdads and was kind enough to join us on this episode of the podcast! He discusses his sports history, the struggle he went through after having a Division 1 college drop his scholarship, and what it's like playing minor league ball. Kole joined us for a round of rapid fire and much more insight on what it's like to grind it out in MiLB!

New MLB Contests & Dyllan's Skills

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On this episode, the guys give their suggestions for the MLB All-Star Break and how to get fans more excited about a break from the regular season. Trey gives a twist on how prizes can be awarded to fans, Ruben shows his love for charity, and Dyllan tells us all about his skillset in all things sports...

This podcast was sponsored by: Albertsons Market, Constructors Inc, Fashion Eyeworks, Kaleidoscoops, and Bowen Insurance!

Mike Miranda of The Baseball Club

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We were glad to have Mike Miranda from TBC in Miami, FL join the podcast! Mike has had a large influence on the baseball community, not only in Florida, but around the world. He tells us about how he got started and how one of their key brand products flew off of the shelves in the early stages of this social media growth. He also tells us about some of the plans he has for the shop - including a pop-up shop at the MLB Hall of Fame...

Make sure to follow The Baseball Club on social media. Plus, don't forget to listen to find out how to win a new TBC hat!

Dback Days' Frank Benavidez

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From raising money for great causes to giving away jerseys and D-Backs gear, Frank Benavidez has done great things for his community! In this episode we discuss how he got started on Instagram with @DbackDays and what it takes to be a successful team account. Frank tells us how he was able to throw out the first pitch, some of the best parts of his Diamondback community, and what he thinks about this season so far... Plus we do a giveaway together, but you have to hear the key word!

Mental Conditioning Coach Riley Tincher

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Author, Speaker, and Mental Conditioning Coach, Riley Tincher, joined us to speak about his decision to share his message with more and more athletes. He published his book titled "Pitching Against Myself," which is now available. In this interview we discuss his struggles with baseball at an early age, the difficulty of leaving the sport, his newly released podcast, and so much more! Riley is also available to speak to teams or one-on-one coaching.

Big thanks to our sponsors: Constructors Inc, Albertsons Market, Kaleidoscoops, Bowen Insurance, and Fashion Eyeworks!