NPDS - Nothing Personal with David Samson is a daily sports podcast hosted by David Samson. David is dedicated to decoding the endless musings of players, owners and others in a concise, articulate and entertaining manner. Samson was in charge of a Major League Baseball team for 18 years, with winning a World Series ring, building a new ballpark, hosting an All-Star game, and buying and selling a franchise, among his many experiences and accomplishments. His breadth of knowledge covers all aspects of sport. This podcast will be the destination for fans of sports and entertainment who want to hear the truth about real situations as they occur each day. Every segment will give his audience a unique perspective, not found anywhere else. His voice is strong and unwavering, his brand is honesty and his reach is extraordinary. And remember, it's just business...It's nothing personal! Subscribe to Nothing Personal on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/nothingpersonalwithdavidsamson
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Today’s word of the day is ‘blame’ as in let’s play the blame game as in it was your fault not mine as in Pedro Martinez was on national television yesterday blaming the San Diego Padres for failing Fernando Tatis Jr. Yes. That happened. Pedro starte... more
Today’s word of the day is ‘cavalry’ as in bring in the big guns as in the troops are coming as in the PGA Tour is bringing in Tiger Woods to calm the seas. The LIV Tour is growing. It has the money. It’s getting the players. And the PGA Tour is doin... more
Today’s word of the day is ‘ringworm’ as in steroids as in the wrong kind of steroids as in Fernando Tatis Jr has been suspended 80 games for taking anabolic steroids. He said he inadvertently took them to treat ringworm. Sure. How bad is this for th... more
Hello David. The Rays took 14 pitchers out of 20 draft picks, is that normal or are they starting a new trend?
Hi David, any stories to share about Marlins Man?
David Samson does a great show! I came over to check out this pod because of his segment work with Le Batard and I’m not disappointed. The survivor experience podcast was an all time fav as a fan of the show. The MLB and sports management insights make this show completely original. Original content is what gives this pod 5 stars. Keep up the great work with Coca!
David, if you’re the Yankees or Astros, and there’s a better than average chance that you’ll meet the other in the ALCS, here at the midpoint of the season, do you have scouts at every one of the other team’s games, analyzing and breaking down everything they do? Thank you! more
Can be good. Host is full of himself.
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Nothing Personal launched 3 years ago and published 746 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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