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Girl At The Game founder Gabrielle Starr and NESN’s Alexandra Francisco turned their lifelong sports fandom into careers. Now, they’ve joined forces to keep viewers entertained and informed on the latest in sports. Each episode, they'll bring you the news, react to relevant storylines, deliver sports culture segments, and share guest interviews. Welcome to 'Girl At The Game,' the sports podcast by women, for everyone.
 
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Dive into Boston legend this week as the girls are joined by the Barnicle brothers, Colin and Nick, to discuss their new Netflix docuseries, "This Is A Robbery," a fascinating and chilling dive into the infamous and still-unsolved Gardner Museum heist of 1990. They also get into their expansive work in sports, talking about a wide range of topics, …
 
Raul Shah has become known as "the hardest working man in professional baseball," and his journey is only just beginning. From college ball at Johns Hopkins, to Indy Ball, and now MLB's partner league with the Ogden Raptors, Shah has excelled at every stage of his career so far. He chats with Gabrielle about how he fell in love with baseball, worki…
 
One of MLB's brightest rising stars, MASN broadcaster Melanie Newman, joins the show for a very special and important episode. The gals discuss the latest sexual harassment revelations in MLB and what it's like to experience these behaviors firsthand, and the double standards and difficulties of being a woman in baseball. They also dive into Melani…
 
The Boston Bruins are pretty much the only bright spot for Boston sports fans, so Gab and Al welcome on their friend (and Al's coworker) Lauren Campbell of NESN to discuss Chara's departure, their playoff chances, the Lake Tahoe trip, the teams that scare Lauren, and of course, Pastrňák's Barbie Girl soundbite!…
 
2020 Red Sox hero Martín Pérez is back on the pod to talk about his offseason, the fun new fitness activity he picked up to prepare for the upcoming baseball season, why he chose to return to Boston, and what fans can expect from the Red Sox this year. And of course, the NFL season is over (much to Gabrielle's delight and Al's chagrin), so the girl…
 
The first episode of 2021 is all about basketball! Gab and Al are joined by Boston.com sportswriter Tom Westerholm to discuss the James Harden trade, Kyrie Irving's latest shenanigans, the chemistry of the Brooklyn Nets, Jaylen Brown's fiery start to the season, is Payton Pritchard for real, COVID walloping the NBA, and so much more! This episode i…
 
It's New Year's Eve, and the girls are reviewing the terrible, awful, no-good, mostly-bad year that was 2020. This episode has a little bit of everything, including Zdeno Chara unexpectedly leaving the Bruins yesterday, the Padres making big moves, James Harden versus Jaylen Brown for the Celtics, and more. On the non-sports end, Gab and Al swap so…
 
You know it's been a peak MLB week when the hirings of AJ Hinch and Alex Cora aren't even the most insane thing to happen around the league. Gab and Al discuss the two newly-reinstated and re-hired managers as well as recently unretired White Sox Manager-Elect Tony La Russa's Draco Malfoy moment during his arrest, and what all of these hirings mean…
 
This week, brilliant political consultant Ryan McCollum schools Gab and Al on sports betting and local government in Massachusetts. They discuss how it can help local businesses recover from the financial havoc COVID-19 has and continues to wreak, how legalizing gambling and sports betting can make the practices much safer, what this would mean for…
 
The Red Sox' newest starting pitcher and newest fan-favorite, Martín Pérez joins the show for a special episode! He and Gabrielle talk about his first season in Boston, building team chemistry under strict COVID protocol, becoming a team leader, his love of music, his decision to come to Boston, his hopes for the future, and so much more.…
 
Both the Red Sox' and Celtics' seasons came to an end on Sunday, so Gab and Al chat with The Athletic's very own superstar Celtics writer and podcaster and fellow ramen-lover, Jared Weiss, about the playoffs, the Kemba vs. Kyrie debate, Jaylen and Jayson's growth, what Danny Ainge might do this offseason, and some hot Pacers gossip! Also in this ep…
 
After a mini-hiatus, the girls are BACK! Gab and Al discuss Celtics vs. Heat in the ECF so far, Kemba Walker's leadership, the locker room brawl, Gordon Hayward staying in the Bubble, and "fans" harassing his wife about her pregnancy. They then dive into some tough and frustrating topics, including Skip Bayless' comments about Dak Prescott's mental…
 
Gab and Al are joined by professional golfer and influencer Paige Spiranac to discuss being a woman in her male-dominated sport, dealing with sexism, slut-shaming, and cyber-bullying, golf in the time of coronavirus, double standards, and female competition and antagonism in sports. ***** This week's episode is brought to you by Baseball BBQ! Use p…
 
This week, the girls chat with Gab's friend and mentor, renowned sportswriter Steve Buckley of The Athletic! They discuss Joe Kelly Fight Club round 2, the current state of the Red Sox, baseball in the time of coronavirus, being in the LGBTQ community in the sports world, and so much more. This week's episode is brought to you by Baseball BBQ! Use …
 
The girls chat with NESN sportscaster Tom Caron in the midst of the news-bomb that Mookie Betts has signed a 12-year extension with the Dodgers. They discuss Mookie being gone for good, the Red Sox being back without him, how the pitching looks, and season predictions. TC also shares his favorite 'Eckisms' from his co-worker, the legendary Dennis E…
 
This week's episode continues to focus on the important issues of racism and antisemitism in sports and the world as a whole. Gabrielle and Al are joined by powerhouse attorney and author Adrienne Lawrence, who fought back against sexual harassment and racism during her days at ESPN. They discuss how racism and antisemitism intersect, the recent an…
 
The girls tackle some difficult but important conversations this week, talking about DeSean Jackson and Stephen Jackson's inflammatory remarks about Hitler, and discuss the rise of anti-Semitism in America. Gab gets personal, talking about what it means to be a Jewish woman in sports and why Julian Edelman's role as a proud Jewish athlete is so imp…
 
Gabrielle chats with Joe Posnanski, senior writer at The Athletic about starting the Tip Your Cap movement to virtually honor the Negro Leagues Centennial, getting submissions from superstars like Michael Jordan and Mike Trout, why they didn't ask the president to tip his cap, Babe Ruth's pitching career and the Shohei Ohtani comparison, baseball r…
 
It's been over one hundred days, but Major League Baseball has finally figured itself out and set a return date. Former Red Sox player Ryan Lavarnway, now in the Marlins organization and playing on Team Israel for the Olympics, joins the show to talk about Team Israel and baseball coming back. Hear a player's opinion and get his inside view on the …
 
After a quick update on sports returning, the girls are joined by the legendary Bob Kendrick, President of the Negro Leagues Museum to hear some incredible baseball stories and discuss racism in America today, his career, the museum, his special relationship with the late, great Buck O'Neil, and so much more. There's no one more uplifting and fille…
 
Photographer Kemet Alston captured powerful moments from the peaceful protest organized by Boston Celtics star Jaylen Brown in his home city of Atlanta. He joins the show to talk with Gabrielle and Al about the Black Lives Matter movement, the protests happening across the country, and being the grandson of a prominent civil rights leader. Later in…
 
Every 2000s Red Sox Nation kid's childhood hero Keith Foulke joins the girls to talk about 2004 in great detail. From Dave Roberts' steal, to Kevin Millar's antics, to the Yankees rivalry, to the clubhouse mentality after that disastrous Game 3, hear about Reversing the Curse straight from one of the Curse-Breakers. Now working for the Red Sox in a…
 
Rachel Luba isn't like most sports agents. She sits down (virtually) with Gab and Al to discuss her journey from gymnast to agent, what it's like to be one of the only female sports agents and what sets her agency, Luba Sports, apart from the rest, and of course, her superstar (sometimes polarizing) client, Cincinnati Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer. Wit…
 
Gab and Al discuss Gab's very irrational fear, Borat, Michael Jordan's baseball career, Space Jam, and Jose Canseco's Twitter beef with ARod. Later in the epiosde, they chat with Angelique Fiske, New England Patriots' lifestyle editor and host of their 'Patriots Off-Topic' podcast, about covering Super Bowls, Tom Brady's departure and who will repl…
 
In the last week, an NFL player, an NHL player, and an NBA player have each had three very wild, very different situations upend their lives. Gab and Al discuss the latest drama before doing a complete 180 to introduce a new segment in which they shine the spotlight on philanthropic athletes. They then have a conversation with Sara Civian of The At…
 
Gab and Al break down the biggest storylines from the first 3 weeks of ESPN's Michael Jordan docuseries The Last Dance, including Kobe's first appearance this week, the absence of Jordan's family and his love for gambling, glossing over Magic Johnson's early retirement, Adidas' epic blunder, and so much more. They also discuss the idea for a simila…
 
Gab and Al kick off the second episode discussing the timetable for sports returning and the NFL Draft, which Bill Belichick's dog Nike totally won. They then welcome on Anna Horford, fellow CLNS Media podcaster extraordinaire and sister of former Celtic and current 76er Al Horford, to talk about the Celtics, life in a family of basketball royalty,…
 
In the inaugural episode of the show, Gab and Al talk with Olympic gold medalist and ESPN's own Jessica Mendoza about homeschooling in the time of coronavirus, her journey from college softball star to Olympic gold medalist to the broadcast booth, sexism in sports, leaving the Mets and Sunday Night Baseball, and so much more.…
 
Girl At The Game founder Gabrielle Starr and NESN’s Alexandra Francisco turned their lifelong sports fandom into careers. Now, they’ve joined forces to keep viewers entertained and informed on the latest in sports. Each episode, they'll bring you the news, react to relevant storylines, deliver sports culture segments, and share guest interviews. We…
 
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