Carlos Pena is a former MLB First Baseman from the Dominican Republic. Over his 15 season career, Pena played for the Texas Rangers, Oakland Athletics, Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox, Tampa Bay Rays, Chicago Cubs, Houston Astros & Kansas City Royals.
Dan "Big Cat" Katz is the host of Pardon my Take podcast on Barstool Sports. The show airs 3x a week and Big Cat is joined by his fellow host PFT Commenter. The podcast averages between 750k and 1.5 million listeners per episode.
Mark Knowles is a former Bahamian professional tennis player and former number 1 in the world specializing in doubles tennis. During his 24 year, Knowles won every Grand Slam Tournament at least once and totaled 8 career Grand Slam wins.
Scott Gomez is the current assistant coach for the New York Islanders of the National Hockey League (NHL). Gomez won two Stanley Cups, was an All-Star, and won the Calder Memorial Trophy (Rookie of the Year) during his playing career.
Treat Huey is a Filipino-American tennis player who specializes in doubles play. Huey represents the Philippines in international competition and has reached eighteen finals on the ATP World Tour and won 6 titles.
Eric "PFT Commenter" Sollenberger is the host of Pardon my Take on Barstool Sports.The show airs 3x a week and PFT Commenter is joined by his fellow host Big Cat. The podcast averages between 750k and 1.5 million listeners per episode.
Melanie Collins joined CBS Sports in June 2018 as a reporter for THE NFL ON CBS. Before being promoted to the NFL, Collins served as a sideline reporter for college football and college basketball on CBS Sports Network.
Byron Velvick is a two-time WON Bass U.S. Open champion fisherman who previously held the BASS record for a three day limit. In 2006, Velvick was selected as The Bachelor for Season 6 of the ABC Show.
Alexa Datt is a studio host and a reporter appearing accross multiple programs of the MLB Network. She became host on MLB Network in 2018; she worked as the host of MLB.com’s Live With Alexa.
Timothy O’Donnell is one of the world’s most successful and experienced American long-course triathletes. As a professional, he has earned 50+ podium finishes including over 22 wins at major events throughout the world.
Mirinda Carfrae is an Australian professional triathlete and an Ironman Triathlon world champion. Carfrae has achieved podium positions in six of her seven attempts at the Ironman World Championships.
Robert Forster, P.T., is the founder and CEO of both Forster Physical Therapy™ and the PHASE IV Scientific Health and Performance Center™. He has been in therapy for 35 years, has worked with countless Olympians, authored two books, and speaks.
Eric Karros is a former American MLB first baseman for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Chicago Cubs and Oakland Athletics. Post his playing career, Karros has transitioned seamlessly to television. He is currently color commentator for baseball on FOX.
Geoff Schwartz is the author of 'Eat My Schwartz' and former offensive lineman in the National Football League. He played for 5 teams over his 8 season career and has transitioned well from the gridiron to the business world after his retirement.
Mark Leinweaver speaks on the topic of "How To Get A Job In Sports" based on a career working as a baseball agent, TV & radio broadcaster, media relations director, author, television writer & producer and coaching convention director.
John Baxter is a special teams coach and currently the special teams coordinator and tight ends coach at USC. He is the author and founder of "The Academic Gameplan", as well as "I Hate School The Book". Off the field, John is an active speaker.
Brittany Bock is a former professional soccer player for the United States Womens National Team (USWNT) and many teams in the NWSL. Since her playing days, Brittany has become a licensed massage therapist and professional speaker!
Allisha Gray is a professional basketball player for the Dallas Wings of the WNBA. She won a national title with South Carolina and was the 4th overall pick in the 2017 WNBA Draft. She won the 2017 Rookie of the Year Award after her first pro season.
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