26 episodes

Post Game with Paul Golden features fun and engaging conversations with Christian athletes and coaches about sports, faith, family, fun life-stories, and the spiritual lessons learned during our guests' career.

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Post Game with Paul Golden features fun and engaging conversations with Christian athletes and coaches about sports, faith, family, fun life-stories, and the spiritual lessons learned during our guests' career.

    Mickey Weston: Chicago White Sox Chaplain and Unlimited Potential Executive Director

    Mickey Weston: Chicago White Sox Chaplain and Unlimited Potential Executive Director

    Mickey Weston played fifteen years of professional baseball with the Philadelphia Phillies, New York Mets, Baltimore Orioles and the Toronto Blue Jays. Mickey currently serves as the chaplain for the Chicago White Sox and as executive director of Unlimited Potential, a collection of former ballplayers helping current ballplayers follow Jesus. Mickey has ministered in 40 countries since serving with UPI in 1996. In this episode, Mickey shares how he came to faith in Christ and the significant impact of a special chaplain on his own life. You will be encouraged as he shares his ministry with MLB players and the freedom found in living fearlessly for Christ. Be sure to like and subscribe to the Post Game with Paul Golden podcast wherever you listen to podcasts.

    For more information and to financially support the podcast, go to www.PaulGolden.org

    • 29 min
    Sean Casey: Former MLB All-Star and MLB Network Analyst

    Sean Casey: Former MLB All-Star and MLB Network Analyst

    Sean Casey played twelve years in the Major Leagues while going to three All Star games (1999, 2001 and 2004). The former first baseman was hitting coach for the New York Yankees (2023) and currently serves as an analyst on the MLB Network. Sean was nicknamed “The Mayor” by his fellow MLB players for his outgoing personality and infectious energy. Sean retired in 2008 with the Boston Red Sox and finished his career as a .302 hitter with 130 home runs and 735 RBI. He was inducted into the Cincinnati Reds Baseball Hall of Fame in 2012. In addition to sharing his infamous Bob Feller story, Seans details his time with the Yankees and gives his take on Aaron Judge, Juan Soto and the 2024 season. You will be encouraged as Sean talks about his faith, family, and post-career activities including his own podcast, The Mayor’s Office. Be sure to like and subscribe to the Post Game with Paul Golden podcast wherever you listen to podcasts.

    For more information and to financially support the podcast, go to www.PaulGolden.org

    • 23 min
    Travis Hafner, Former MLB Slugger, Cleveland Indians

    Travis Hafner, Former MLB Slugger, Cleveland Indians

    Travis Hafner is today’s guest on the Post Game podcast. Travis played twelve years in the Major Leagues with the Texas Rangers (2002), New York Yankees (2013) and most notably, the Cleveland Indians (2003-2012). The former first baseman and designated hitter describes growing up in rural North Dakota and making it to the Majors despite not playing organized baseball until college. He discusses his MLB-record for six grand slams in a season and the origin of his nickname, Pronk. In addition to sharing memories of his time in Cleveland, Travis details his time with the Yankees--most importantly, finding Jesus Christ in the Bronx. Travis describes the significant role Andy Pettitte and Mariano Rivera played in his spiritual growth. You will be encouraged as he talks about his faith, family, and post-career activities. Be sure to like and subscribe to the Post Game with Paul Golden podcast wherever you listen to podcasts.

    For more information and to financially support the podcast, go to www.PaulGolden.org

    • 30 min
    Scott Brosius, World Series MVP, New York Yankees

    Scott Brosius, World Series MVP, New York Yankees

    World Series MVP Scott Brosius is the guest on today’s episode of Post Game with Paul Golden.  Brosius, an Oregon native, played for the Oakland Athletics (1991-1997) before being traded to the New York Yankees (1998-2001). The former All-Star third baseman describes playing on the 1998 New York Yankees—considered one of the greatest teams of all time. In addition to sharing memories of his time in the Bronx, the 3-time World Series champ (1998-2000) details how God used his mom’s cancer to begin his walk with Christ. You will be encouraged as he talks about his faith journey and the role of Baseball Chapel in his life.  Brosius shares insight into The Captain—Derek Jeter—and their goal of being in the “dogpile at the end of every season.”  He recounts the days following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and its impact on his family. In addition, Scott details his post-career activities: coaching at his college alma mater and the Seattle Mariners as well as Team USA. Be sure to like and subscribe to the Post Game with Paul Golden podcast wherever you listen to podcasts.

    For more information and to financially support the podcast, go to www.PaulGolden.org

    • 36 min
    Josh Manson, Stanley Cup Champion

    Josh Manson, Stanley Cup Champion

    2022 Stanley Cup champion Josh Manson is today’s guest on the podcast. Josh is a defenseman for the Colorado Avalanche of the National Hockey League. Originally drafted by the Anaheim Ducks (2011), Josh made his NHL debut with the Ducks in 2014. Earlier this year, Josh was traded to the Avalanche and was a key contributor to their championship run in Denver. In this interview, Josh reveals the physical and mental challenges of the playoff run and winning the ultimate trophy in sports (including his day with Lord Stanley’s Cup in Saskatchewan). He details the deal he made with God when his mom was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and given only three months to live. Josh discloses the three books that have significantly impacted his faith and the spiritual disciplines that helped him this past season.  You will be encouraged as he shares about his faith (and role of hockey chapel), family (his wife and growing family) and storied career.
     
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    • 29 min
    Pablo Viruega, ESPN Deportes Commentator

    Pablo Viruega, ESPN Deportes Commentator

    Today’s guest is Pablo Viruega, sports analyst and color commentator with ESPN Deportes and ESPN International. Pablo has covered over twenty Super Bowls as a reporter and commentator as well as the Olympics, World Cup, NBA and NFL games. He is an integral part of the weekly program NFL Esta Noche. The Mexico City native describes growing up in a youth pastor’s home and how the Lord landed him his dream job with ESPN. Pablo details his unique opportunity to serve as the Spanish-speaking chaplain for the Colorado Rockies’ AA team. You will be encouraged as Pablo shares about his faith journey, his family (including his Aztec princess) and international success. Be sure to subscribe to the Post Game with Paul Golden podcast wherever you listen to podcasts.

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    • 33 min

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