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David Cone Launches Podcast Through Jomboy Media

“The podcast is centered around the pitcher’s experience, from their day-to-day routine to what the offseason looks like every year.”

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Jomboy Media keeps growing, and added an ace to its podcast lineup recently. YES Network’s David Cone launched a podcast with Jomboy called Toeing The Slab.

The podcast is centered around a pitcher’s experience, from their day-to-day routine to what the offseason looks like every year. The Yankees’ lead TV color commentator is tackling all of it on the new venture.

Joining Cone is Yankees digital reporter Justin Shackils and YES Network statistician James Smyth, who will help steer the conversation and coax great content out of the former Yankees ace.

“Welcome to a brand new podcast called Toeing The Slab with me David Cone coming your way from Jomboy Media,” the host said in the show trailer. “I really wanted to take a deep dive into the pitching side of things and kinda marry the new school mentality that’s being used and also the old school mentality that I think still has a place in the game.”

The debut episode is out now, where Cone and his co-hosts take a look at some of the pitching matchups currently happening in the ALCS and NLCS battles. They also pour over the importance of the first inning when on the mound.

“Hey everybody!” Cone said on the show’s first episode. “Welcome to the first-ever episode of Toeing The Slab pitching with me David Cone. Also, we’ve got Justin Shackil and James Smyth here. One’s a point guard, one’s here to kinda fill in the blanks like he always does when we do Yankees games together.”

Cone pairs with Michael Kay in the YES booth and has grown to be a fan favorite, with an affinity for using analytical arguments in his analysis. Striking out batters is the name of the game in modern-day baseball, and Cone knows a thing or two about that. He retired as the Yankees’ all-time leader in strikeouts per nine innings pitched (8.67).

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NASCAR Driver Denny Hamlin Launching Podcast with Dale Earnhardt Jr & Dirty Mo Media

“New episodes will be published each Monday during the NASCAR season with previews and reviews of races, with the goal of inviting guests and interacting with fans playing a future role in the series.”

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Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Dirty Mo Media has announced a podcast deal with NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin.

Hamlin will host Actions Detrimental with Denny Hamlin on a weekly basis during the NASCAR season. The Actions Detrimental branding is verbiage used by NASCAR for fines assessed to drivers for their disparaging comments about the sport. Known as one of NASCAR’s more outspoken drivers, Hamlin has been fined several times under the “actions detrimental to stock car racing” statutes.

New episodes will be published each Monday during the NASCAR season with previews and reviews of races, with the goal of inviting guests and interacting with fans playing a future role in the series.

Denny Hamlin jokingly thanked Dirty Mo Media for the “opportunity and the fat check” the company wrote for him to host the podcast in a Twitter announcement.

The 42-year-old Hamlin has won 48 races during his 18-year NASCAR Cup Series career. In addition to serving as a driver for Joe Gibbs Racing, he co-owns 23XI Racing with basketball legend Michael Jordan.

The podcast is the latest in an expansion of content produced by the Mooresville, North Carolina-based digital outlet. After beginning with The Dale Jr. Download, the company has grown to include other podcasts like Door, Bumper, Clear, and Speed Street, as well as video projects like The Next Level.

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Barstool Sports CEO: Golf Likely Next Step For Company’s Live Broadcasts

“I think we‘ll start with the biggest sports that we know and love.”

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Barstool Sports CEO Erika Nardini recently did a wide-ranging interview with AdAge.com about the future of the digital sports outlet’s television aspirations, and she said sports they’re familiar with will take priority.

“”We want sports that appeal to a broad audience. We’re kind of tickled to be able to broadcast things in the first place. So I think we‘ll start with the biggest sports that we know and love, whether it’s basketball and football,” Nardini said. “You could definitely see that extended to golf, that would probably be the next place that we’ll play.”

The questions about Barstool’s future aspirations come after the company’s successful first broadcast of the Barstool Sports Arizona Bowl. Barstool says the broadcast received nearly 1 million views, peaking at 130,000 concurrent viewers. The outlet also broadcasted the Barstool Sports Invitational that featured Akron, Mississippi State, Toledo, and UAB in November.

Nardini added that the company is interested live televised sports for a few reasons.

“We’re owned by a sports betting company and the more we think about building our sports platform, there’s obviously a huge opportunity for us to convey a whole bunch of offerings to our audience, but certainly betting will be one of them…I think that live sports on television is the last man standing where it’s all anyone tunes in for.”

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Fanatics to Open First Sportsbook Inside FedEx Field

“The location at the home of the Washington Commanders will make it the first sportsbook to open inside an NFL stadium.”

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Sports licensing giant Fanatics will soon be launching its long-anticipated sportsbook.

The company will open up a physical sportsbook location in Maryland at FedEx Field on January 20. Fanatics has also been granted a license to operate in Massachusetts, tethered to Plainridge Park Casino.

The location at the home of the Washington Commanders will make it the first sportsbook to open inside an NFL stadium. Bettors in the DMV will now be able to place wagers at all their local teams’ venues, as William Hill has an on-site location at Capital One Arena – home of the Capitals and Wizards – and BetMGM has a space at Nationals Park in D.C.

Despite having a physical location at FedEx Field, bettors in Maryland will not be able to place mobile wagers through a Fanatics Sportsbook app.

According to Front Office Sports, Fanatics hopes to have the sportsbook up and running in some fashion in all states where legal by September.

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