Brendan Panikkar joined Brent and Brett to discuss the successes and opportunities for the Toronto Blue Jays over the past two games. Brenan makes a very bold prediction and give some great insight on this team like he always does. Brent rants about why he went off on Dirk Hayhurst on Twitter Wednesday night. Enjoy! The post Cardy Show Episode 91: Dirk Hayhurst Rant appeared first...
BP Daily Podcast: Effectively Wild Episode 603: Dirk Hayhurst on Pace and the Batter-Pitcher Balance of Power by Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller
Ben and Sam talk to former major leaguer Dirk Hayhurst about the player`s perspective on MLB`s efforts to speed up games.
Dirk Hayhurst pitched in only 25 games over parts of two MLB seasons some years back — which is a whole lot more professional sports experience than most any of us can claim and is, therefore, pretty rad — but his true calling has come from his talents off the field rather than on it. Armed with a communications degree from Kent State University and years of moving through...
Former MLB pitcher turned broadcaster/writer Dirk Hayhurst wrote a column about the popularity of marijuana throughout MLB and, in the article, he implied there are several potheads on the Tampa Bay Rays. Hayhurst’s column was inspired by Yahoo! Sports’ Jeff Passan’s recent column about the disparity between drug punishments for MLB and minor league players. […]
BP Daily Podcast: Effectively Wild Episode 441: Dirk Hayhurst on the Profits and Perils of Player-Media Relations by Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller
Ben and Sam talk to Dirk Hayhurst about the sticky subject of player-media relations from the perspective of a person who`s been on both sides of the mic.
BP Daily Podcast: Effectively Wild Episode 430: Dirk Hayhurst on Cheating, Beaning, and Clubhouse Race Relations by Ben Lindbergh and Russell A. Carleton
Ben and Russell talk to Dirk Hayhurst about doctoring baseballs, hitting batters, and the perceived effect of race on clubhouse chemistry.
Bigger Than the Game By Dirk Hayhurst Citadel, 320 pp., $14.95 paperback The Padres drafted Dirk Hayhurst in the eighth round of the 2003 draft. He had a cup of coffee with the big club in 2008, and it didn’t go so well. The next year he fared a little better with Toronto, but that was his final stint in the big leagues. At the ripe old age of 28, he was done. Welcome to the world...
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