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And he did. And he got like other staring at him. It's not really fair. You're the dude who was on the mound should have known. It's still funny, though, because you gotta be nine ten twelve guys around. Nobody knew what the home plate. Empire was pretty generous for both too. I agree. I know the one that he's talking about because he came in waist high, and it should have been a strike in it in call it and he got really perturbed than they were talking about it. How annoyed was on the mound that how he had a calmed, down roll bliss, or bliss who stepped out of the box and Keith was making a big deal out of it and all that other stuff. And but then Jacob got got got got his act together and everything was your did speaking of that. I have no life. I was watching the other day. A rerun of the Tom Seaver no hitter from nineteen seventy six I don't ask why you know, the biggest difference with baseball is now is that stepping out of the batter's box watching that gave us an hour and a half because the guys don't move. They just stand there pitch goes back. Seaver takes. It throws pitch. It's amazing. What the difference the game? They had to readjust their batting gloves. They got back then they didn't now they do every day. I mean, you know, they don't all sorts of stuff. What about the commercial link to then? I mean we run the game. Right. The game on the computer on the YouTube was an hour and thirty six minutes with commercials cut out. So you have to tack on whatever that would, but it's still not more than what to twenty fifteen. Yeah. So she's Jerry is another guy in New Jersey. That's advocating violence. Let's go to Mark and Bloomfield Mark, what's happening. Are you getting are you a millennial, of course, you got to come inside make you gotta make them uncomfortable. You don't wanna know how can you just sit there gonna hit another five ten home run. Yeah. That's kind of a home run, though. It's kind of exciting. His dad is is really opposed. Dan, from garter at okay, you gotta do. Yeah. Well, I I'm not Jerry. I don't advocate violence with twelve year olds whose advocating violence, fourteen number one number two, who's who advocated violence curious. What point did you did? I have a K violence guide. I'm listening to you. Told your son to throw inside. Okay. And then what happened to which is the kid gets hit all the time. I'm not telling him to throw in hit him. I don't want anybody to get hit. But you're kind of giving the wink, wink, wattle doodle again. You put words in my mouth, I'm gonna go Evan Roberts on your 'Second. Tell your son throw inside. I told him to throw on the inside corner. Yeah. What, what are we talking about that led us up to that discussion? You can't let them be that comfortable in the Battersby. And they wanted to s ball, and you wanted them to hit glacier, tourists know you wanna make it more. The whole point is they make it hit him in the Phil. Yes. At the major league level. Yes. So you are pitching is to actually hit spots and move the ball around. I believe me. I pitched I know I know clearly when you pitch. You just threw strikes right down the middle of the plate. Whatever happened happened. Because you hit inside corners, so long ago. Boomer throws it guys in softball games. Yes. And fast pitches them. Yeah. I mean, let's get real. There was a guy who hit a home run. Forget which game it was. And the next time he came up. You brush true. You did. Yeah. Yeah. See so you throw inside. Of course I do. I'm just saying I'm talking about your take on things. You said perfect. You must not. I'm just saying you want to hit on her. You want them to hit Kleber tourists today and don't give them to the plate. Did you ask the question? I didn't throw it. Kleber Tournus today, if I did not say, if I was the Orioles pitching coach hide high manager pitching coach, who knows who that is. If I was the Orioles manager hide, I would say throat by and hit him, I would guess. That's a major league level I would tell them throw inside. And if you hit him in the failure of the fi, so be it by would. Ball out hit him. I don't want the ball up. I don't wanna hear shoulder head. I want an inside pitch near as by so have I put words in Jerry's mouth you have. Well, you have, I think it was a little bit of, of confusion. I think that you were talking about the major league level. Jerry thought you were talking about the fourteen that's where the Nordic nut sack. That's how that happened was about go f yourself, right? I was thinking that. I mean I'm not I don't love that. If a guy's owning you to the hate him because he's owning you. I don't love that, but yeah. Make them uncomfortable shore throw inside brush and back, but they eat them just because he's been good. I always love song. I'm like this if the guy's now flipping the bad he's not taking, you know, a three minute stroll around the bases and he's not doing something stupid to, you know, to show me up as a pitcher. Then I get it. I eat all if that that's happening. Then I'm definitely thrown at the guy inside. At least, of course establishing the inside corner today. Every time he comes up, especially Kleber Torres. What's the first thing you think he's got to be humble? I mean this guy is not a jerk taking out of the equation. I'm thinking about your you're getting embarrassed nightly. We're mocking this team on a daily basis. At some point, you've got to go a stab wish some spot. That's not. And, you know, establish his, his inside the inside corner. But you said hit him in the fine. If you hit him in the Feis OB, I don't want the ball anywhere near the upper part of his body, nothing like that. But I want you to stab the inside part of the plate back off a little good, if he gets hit by if that happens. So be it time but back and like that I don't like the back we start getting up there. No. Is there like would you like him to throw a ninety seven mile an hour fastball? And his sire has curb ball pitched. I don't remember. All five fingers little change. I have no idea. Yes, you were drilling was asking, David Cone the other day, like if they were having Olympics and spin rates and all that other crap when you pitch would you be sensitive to that would use that he said, yes, I said, I probably would be doing the same thing that he would be doing, but I don't remember what we did. Boomer come on. You know exactly what you did. You were drilling guy, you were buzzing Illinois. Were you knowing you and then you get, like a high school, and like seventeen years old at the testosterone flowing through, you were probably, I mean, you probably hit more guys, and you struck out, and then you probably kicking dirt on them on them names. Both of you guys played sports in high school. So I do think that you gotta have some understandable. It's like, but I do think that the further you have gotten away from that the more narping you've become and you and you blow these things completely portion proportion. Exactly. I think that you were hitting. He is not you. I think you were I think you were hitting guys. And I think he took pride in that. And you you. Yeah. You were intimidating. I told you I hit five guys in a row ones, because that was the end of my arm angle. They couldn't throw it back from right at your position to the pitcher against the Hebrew home for God's sake. Wasn't the Hebrew home game? Yeah. It was. That was our first game with you know, wasn't. It was more Hamilton was the first game pulled my hamstring. Trimmers base took a hit and run down. I behold this. Hamstrung. Yep. Fort Hamilton, I'm telling you right because you were you were limping around and why why he had to be catching. That's right. That's right. It'd be catcher the next game. And that's why he could not for some reason just control back to the high end. Right and wide. It's a mental block. There you go. It's the surprise at in oblique that day. You also didn't move the ball very much. I'd have to admit you could help me out on a couple of those. I agree with that, too. He wanted it right at his chest. And then. Look, if I was going to get a gold glove, it was going to, because I was feeling my position because I was receiving a throwback from the catcher. I can't watch these highlights. I can't do this as me. This is the hamstring right there. Oh, it's like a sniper. This is a compliment your normal then. Yeah, I know. I know. And you're not anymore. It's really really something. Yep. That's right. Sixty pounds ago..