Our exclusive Nolan Arenado interview. How the game has slowed down for him, and what he expects from the team next season. His disappointment matches our disappointment. And speaking of disappointment….let’s talk Broncos.




We start off the episode with a conversation about in a season full of disappointment, who Drew is looking forward to seeing next season. Before we take a listen to our exclusive Nolan Arenado interview, Drew tells a fun story abut his ex neighbor, former Broncos offensive lineman, Mark Schlereth. In Drew’s interview with Nolan, Nolan points to patience as a reason for another successful season. However, despite his numbers this season, Nolan opens up about his disappointment of the season, and his desire to win. He asks the question, we all ask as Rockies fans, what kind of moves are the Rockies going to make next season so that this doesn’t happen again?  We end the interview with a discussion about the Broncos woes. From the window closing on the defense,  to continuous problems at left tackle with Garett Bowles, this team is in the hurt locker as they head to Green Bay. To contact Drew and Julie and have your question read on our podcast, just go to TheDrewGoodmanPodcast.com and head to the contact tab. Or contact us directly on twitter @DrewGoodman42 or @JulieBrowman1.

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What in the heck is this rotation going to look like next season, Scott Oberg talks about why he feels like a zoo animal, Drew and Julie have their first fight, and the Broncos need to fight back!




Drew and Julie start the show with a tipoff of the cap to Chi Chi Gonzalez, who finally earned his first win of the season. They turn their attention to the sea of Cardinal red at Coors Field, which leads right to a conversation about the amount of red in the crowd at the CU-Nebraska game. Julie and Drew have much different opinions on that subject, which leads to their first….disagreement. Drew sits down with reliever Scott Oberg, one of the lone bright spots for the Rockies this season. Scott talks about what went personally right for him this season, and what went wrong for the Rockies as a whole. Plus, we get to hear why sometimes he feels like a zoo animal! We finish off the podcast with an honest conversation about what went wrong for the Broncos against the Raiders. As poor as the team looked however, let’s not give up on Vic Fangio just yet! Finally, probably like you, we think Antonio Brown is a clown. To ask Julie and Drew a question they’ll read on the podcast, just e-mail them at TheDrewGoodmanpodcast.com or contact them directly on twitter at @drewgoodman42 or @juliebrowman1

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What word would you use to describe the Rockies season? Plus our Ryan McMahon interview, and whoever thinks the Broncos are going to win ten games is crazy!




Julie and Drew start off the show by asking each other what word they would use to describe the Rockies 2019 season. Here’s a hint. Drew is much nicer than Julie is. We continue the Rockies talk with a discussion of what the Rockies team might look like next season after such a disapointing year. What are chances the Rockies trade a marquee player? Drew offers his thoughts. He also sits down with Rockies second baseman Ryan McMahon who not only talks about this season, but his journey to getting to Colorado. We turn our attention to football as we offer our thoughts on the Broncos season before their opener agains the Raiders in Oakland on Monday night. For those who are picking the Broncos to win ten games, Julie and Drew strongly disagree, although aren’t happy to do so. They finish off the episode with an ode to the CU and Nebraska game, and the rivalry and atmosphere that used to come with it. To contact Drew and Julie, just go to their website TheDrewGoodmanPodcast.com or contact them directly on twitter @juliebrowman1 or @DrewGoodman42.

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Someone named Hilda doesn’t like Drew, Spilly and Drew actually do like each other, and free agent pitchers can’t like what they are seeing in Denver this season.




We start off the podcast with Drew telling us why a woman named Hilda is writing him nasty letters. Speaking of letters, Drew and Julie answer questions from listeners including if this Rockies season is going to scare off future free agent pitcher signings. Drew interviews his partner Ryan Spilborghs about the Rockies disapointing season, and how Spilly became a broadcaster in the first place. We end the episode with our thoughts on the Andrew Luck situation and a unique take on the whole ordeal. We finish off the episode with a reading of our fortune cookies…which goes very poorly for Julie.

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The ball may be juiced, but is that such a bad thing? Wade Davis probably thinks so, and speaking of Rockies pitchers, we bring you the Kyle Freeland interview part two. Plus, Drew may have the greatest horoscope you could ever hope for.




Drew and Julie start off by talking how unwise it is for Drew to run in 108 degree Arizona heat. We then talk about a pitcher who is on the hot seat himself, which woud be Wade Davis. The conversaton turns to the debate whether the ball is juiced, but Drew wonders if that’s a bad thing. We hear the Kyle Freeland episode part two where Kyle talks about his MLB debut at Coors Field, and his first post season appearance against the Cubs. We finish the show with a game, where Drew weighs in on the Broncos Emmanual Sanders and Bradley Chubb. We finish off with Julie reading Drew his horoscope, which isn’t a bad thing until Julie makes a key mistake in her wording. For more on the show go to thedrewgoodmanpodcast.com or contact them directly on twitter @goody42 or @juliebrowman1

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Why the 2019 season feels so disappointing, Kyle Freeland interview part one, and Drew may be the only person who doesn’t think Barry Bonds is a jerk.




We start off the episode with an ode to the Colorado Rockies Bark in the Park, and what a cool event it is. Speaking of dogs, it’s been a dog of a season for the Rockies. Julie and Drew weigh in on why the season feels different than past years. Drew had a chance to sit down with Rockies starter Kyle Freeland who opens up about how special it was to follow the Blake Street Bombers as a child. Kyle also fills us in on how he ended up being a pitcher, even though he was a pretty good hitter growing up. Kyle also admits why he has a chip on his shoulder, and the fact that he still gets nervous before starts. We finish the show off with a game of ten questions. The highlights include what goes through Drew’s head when some of the Rockies relievers come into the game lately, how much he would pay to meet Abe Lincoln, and his unusually pleasant interaction with Barry Bonds. To ask Julie and Drew a question, just log onto their website thedrewgoodmanpodcast.com or contact them directly on twitter @drewgoodman42 or @juliebrowman1

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Rockies expectations the rest of the way, Jon Gray interview, what’s going on with Wade Davis, and Drew says he’s evolving. Hmmmm.




With just about two months left to go in the season, and the trade deadline in the rear view mirror, we talk about what our expectations are for the Rockies the rest of the way. That conversation quickly turns to pitching, specifically Kyle Freeland and Wade Davis. Drew also had a chance to sit down with pitcher Jon Gray, who weighs in on the difference of his game from this season to last season. Jon also opens up about what motivates his these days, and when he realized he had a future in baseball, and not football. We finish off with a conversation about the value of sports psychologists and a quick game of word association. That’s where we learn Drew’s thoughts on Tony Wolters, Yasiel Puig, and the fact Drew is the only human to have only watched one hour of Star Wars. To get in touch with the show just check out our website at thedrewgoodmanpodcast.com or contact us directly on twitter @juliebrowman1 or @DrewGoodman42.

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What happened to the Rockies in July? Plus our DJ LeMahieu interview and Troy Tulowitski’s legacy in Denver




In episode number three, Drew is in Cincinnati with the Rockies, while Julie is back home in Denver. Right off the top, we talk about what the heck happened to the team in the month of July, and what the vibe was like in the clubhouse during that stretch. Drew offers his thoughts on how the team can get back track, and the players that will have to step up in order to achieve that. Also, with Troy Tulowitski recently retiring, we talk about the impact Tulo made in Denver.

Drew also had a chance to interview former Rockie DJ MeMahieu on the team’s visit to New York. While DJ loves being a Yankee, he admits he misses Denver and his teammates. We finish off the show with a game of “would you rather?” where Drew weighs in on if the Rockies should be buyers or sellers before the trade deadline, and we come up with a pretty darn good idea to add to baseball broadcasts. To contact Drew and Julie, or to purchase Drew’s book “If These Walls Could Talk,” just log onto their website at thedrewgoodmanpodcast.com or contact them directly on twitter @juliebrowman1 or @DrewGoodman42.

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Silver foxes, the Rockies most important player, and the Charlie Blackmon interview part 2. Plus, when will Charlie shave the beard?




We start off the conversation about why we call Rockies manager Buddy Black the silver fox, but quickly turn our attention to a couple of key questions. Who is the Colorado Rockies most important player of the season, and who is the most important Rockies player in the second half of the season? The conversation turns to both of us being totally annoyed with fans who boo the home team. And speaking of fans, which fan is more obnoxious? Cubs fan or Dodger fan? We hear part two of Drew’s interview with Charlie Blackmon where Charlie talks about missing DJ LeMahieu, and when he might shave his infamous beard. We finish off the episode with a look at the start of Broncos training camp and focus in on a couple of key questions. Will the Broncos be better and what does Joe Flacco have left in the tank? To contact Drew and Julie, just go to our website at thedrewgoodmanpodcast.com or contact us directly on twitter @juliebrowman1 or @drewgoodman42.

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Weird Todd Helton superstitions, Charlie Blackmon interview Part I, and why is Drew always late?




Drew and Julie reveal why they decided to do a podcast together, which in turn, results in a conversation about how Drew’s habit of being late freaks people out. In the second segment, we hear Drew’s interview with the Colorado Rockies Charlie Blackmon. Charlie reveals while he’s still intense, his approach to the game has mellowed out. Charlie also discloses, even though he’s one of the best players in the major’s, going thru a slump still sends his confidence straight downhill. Drew also expains why Charlie’s style of leadership is more important than ever. Julie and Drew finish off their inaugural show with a game of “this or that,” where we learn Drew has a healthy respect for the Giants Madison Bumgarner, and why he’s so proud of pitcher Jon Gray. For more information on The Drew Goodman Podcast, you can log onto their website at thedrewgoodmanpodcast.com or contact them directly on twitter @juliebrowman1 or @DrewGoodman42.

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