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"426 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Two ten with only one home run. The NFL appealing the decision to suspend a Sean Watson only 6 games for his sexual misconduct and the NFL named former New Jersey attorney general Peter Harvey to hear that appeal reportedly wants in turn down an NFL offer to have the suspension be 12 games. John Stacey Allen, Bloomberg sports, Nathan. All right, John, thank you to 6 37 on Wall Street time to take a look at stocks, some of the names moving in the pre market lots of shares to keep an eye on this morning for Bloomberg's lore right considering the parade of earnings reports we've gotten this week and Laura. What a beat for lift. Yeah, the U.S. pure play ride hating firm out with second quarter results ahead of the bell lift is up almost 8%. It was record earnings adjusted EBITDA of $79 million for the quarter. That's faster past the average analyst estimate. Look, this mirrors what we saw from Uber earlier this week as its competitors saw record growth bookings, economic reopening clearly a tailwind along with a normalization of the driver shortage. Yes, interesting is well considering Lyft doesn't necessarily have the same kind of broad portfolio of services that Uber offers, but that's exactly the only gig economy company that's doing well on earnings. Exactly. The delivery firm DoorDash up nearly 12% now in pre market training. It was a slight beat on revenue, but notably customers placed 426 million orders in the three months ending June. That's record. Look even with economic reopening and inflation eating into disposable incomes, we are all now habitual takeaway ethers. I can speak for myself. I know many others are also so it's kind of how much that habit is ingrained within our spending habits. Yeah, and speaking of discretionary spending, we're all keeping an eye on whether travel is starting to pick back up again, whether people are getting outside and you look at Expedia's earnings and that's sort of playing into the story that maybe a lot of people are sort of putting the pandemic behind them. Yeah, given it to Friday, we have to discuss our holiday bookings platform. Now, for Expedia, second quarter revenue beat estimates coming in at 3.1 billion U.S. dollars. There is so much pent up demand in the sector. Now, Expedia expect bookings in the current quarter to be ahead of where they were in 2019. If you remember earlier this week, it was bookings that were the Achilles heel for Airbnb, which projected stable brookings growth. That was what spooked the market. That said, it is still an unknown to what extent diminished disposable income will turn customers as well as all these scenes of chaos and flight cancellations at airports. So quite a few big movers in the pre market, even with the broader market, little changed. Thanks for this, Laura. Good to have you on with the Bloomberg's lore right. Keeping the eye on stocks on the move in the pre market. And ahead of the open, ahead of July payrolls, futures are little changed. We have S&P futures right now down two points, Dow futures up 24. NASDAQ futures are lower by 22 points. Ten year treasury is down two 30 seconds. The yield 2.69% yield on the two year, 3.05%. Nymex screws that'll change down 8 cents 88 48 a barrel. Comic skull down $5 30 cents at 1801 16 ounce, the Euro 1.0229 against the dollar, Bitcoin up 3%, $23,200. Your listening to Bloomberg daybreak. Progressive presents forced metaphors about bundling your home auto and
"426 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Morning in Hong Kong, 9 30 here in Sydney. I'm Paul Allen. And I'm Doug prisoner at the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York. We're 30 minutes away from cash trading and equities across markets in Tokyo, Sydney, and soul, and we'll have trading in U.S. sovereign debt at the top of the hour as well as we look ahead to that employment report. We'll take a closer look at what to expect in a moment. Right now, some of the other top stories this hour, Paul. Tesla shareholders voted to approve a three four one split of its stock of got more from Bloomberg's id ludlow. This stock split takes the shares to around $300 a share, was first tweeted by Tesla and march and then when this meeting was confirmed and scheduled with the agenda a month ago, we knew it was coming and lots of people thought it was unlikely that the resolution would not go through. I think the thing that's missing for investors out there is we do not know more details about the date that this stock split becomes effective of. We've seen this before. There was a 5 for one stock split in August 2020, really boosted the stock, the logic, bring the price down, make it more accessible and Tesla has a massive retail investor base. The four month lag between announcement of votes is proving to be beneficial, Tesla last trading at 925 90, that's a gain of nearly 50% from a low in May. Well, I referenced a moment ago the fact that we were waiting for that non farm payrolls data for the month of July will get it at 8 30 a.m. Wall Street time tomorrow. We have a Bloomberg preview from Michael McKee. Since it's backward looking, July's change in U.S. payrolls won't have much value for forecasters trying to predict recession. Companies are also reluctant to let go of workers even if business is starting to slow, given the current labor shortage. While a consensus print would be the lowest since the economy lost jobs in December 2020, it would still be above the average of 193,000 jobs created per month in the 5 years before the pandemic. And it would continue to reassure fed officials that rising interest rates aren't tanking the economy yet. Michael McKay Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Daughter shreve rose 30% in the second quarter to 1.6 billion and their beat analyst expectations, total orders jumped 23% to a new record of 426 million. The results indicate that consumers weren't discouraged from using its food delivery services despite rising inflation. Competition to deliver everything from food to prescriptions has intensified with rivals like Uber, Instacart, and Grubhub. Bloomberg's mandeep Singh tells us that DoorDash has got the better of the competition of light. This is a very competitive business, but what DoorDash has done quarter after quarter is shown better execution and they're just taking market share at this point they're like over 55% market share in the U.S.. Whereas Grubhub has been around for over ten years. So they just have shown how you can layer higher margin services over the core commoditized delivery product and it shows in their numbers. Up right now, 16% and extended trade they did get up as high as 24%. 33 passed the hour, let's cross two Hong Kong Brian Curtis looking at markets. Boy, that was a big day yesterday in Hong Kong for some of the tech stocks. And now we've got to deal with the Alibaba earnings. Yeah, the earnings weren't great, but they weren't as bad as some people had feared and the stock actually gained. It didn't gain that much in the U.S. session. It actually only moved up a little more than 1.75%. But it had gained pretty sharply in the U.S. are in the Hong Kong session yesterday with a 5.2% gain. And I just had a look at the earnings this morning before coming in. And it's pretty interesting. Still the biggest chunk of earnings for Alibaba is is the commerce in China. It's like 9 parts out of ten compared to international ecommerce. And we know that this was a pretty rough quarter actually with a lot of shutdowns and lockdowns in China. And the management did speak about a little bit of a pickup in June and July. So it'll be really interesting to see what happens with the next print from Alibaba. And looking at the earnings, it did help the NASDAQ golden dragon index gained 2.3%. Asian equity futures are trapped in narrow ranges though, nothing really all that exciting, perhaps a little caution ahead of the U.S. jobs report and then there's some geopolitical factors and just generally not just the fed, but central banks globally getting pretty tight here. The Bank of England raising its benchmark rate by 50 basis points. The biggest raise in 27 years, and more tellingly, the bank said that the UK was heading for more than a year of recession. And we had Cleveland fed president Lauren and mester, who's always on the hawkish side. She was sounding pretty hawkish in her commentary today saying that she could see the fed funds rate over 4%. So we're only at around two and a quarter percent right now, so that's a long ways to go. The U.S. yield curve remaining inverted as recession fears persist. Right now the gap between the two year yields and the ten year yield is 36 basis points. The two year at 3.04%, the ten year at 2.68%. Eli Lilly with earnings that disappointed the stock down 2.6%, Lyft going the other direction, the stock gained 4% in the regular session, 9% in late trading. And BlackRock is partnering with coinbase
"426 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Maybe a darling back of the anxiety we had around Taiwan to think that that was earlier this week, but still some news coming out on that front that perhaps there's a destabilizing site to move us into gold in some way. Let's look at, as we see the bells ringing, we have the clapping the cheering we currently have in S&P that closes down but three points. Very muted in terms of actual overall direction, but we do know that there have been some significant moves underneath it all that will drill into in a moment, but the S&P 4152 is where we trade. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is off by a quarter of a percent, 85 points lower as we say, and that is indeed only 9 stocks advancing in that benchmark. The NASDAQ up four tenths of a percent 52 points higher as we see and significant volume 23% above your usual average. And the Russell 2000 basically, again, relatively muted on the day of by only 2.4 points, ten. Yeah, I think it's pretty much split down the middle when you take a deeper look at the S&P 500. We had 236 stocks Taylor advanced today. We had 265 decline in the S&P. Yeah, Tim, you really see that on a sector level for a radio audience, the sector best performers, the worst performers, and it's actually green where it should be in red where it should be as well. Katie, take a look at sort of the big outperformance here, the retailers, some of the durables, as well as the semiconductor, some of the chip makers Nvidia AMD, I think are sort of in that category up about 1.2%. There are still a little bit of some red on the screen. Banks interesting, these yields are falling. Food and Staples and energy certainly one that I'm looking at, you're off for the sector, 3.7% is crude is really come down finally back below $90 a barrel. And when we switch to some of the individual stocks, I want to highlight coinbase, we talked about it a little bit earlier. Sharers finishing about 10% higher, of course, after news that it's going to partner with BlackRock. The idea there to help institutional investors get more exposure to cryptocurrency. I also wanted to talk about AMD. So we talked about a.m. TD yesterday, which had a big surge in retail interest, AMD, there's not a clear reason why this stock pop today up almost 6%, but it was heavily traded on fidelity's platform, for example. So some retail interest there as well. And I also did want to talk about Matt shares up about 5%. This was interesting because the earnings for match, which, of course, owns things like Tinder, OkCupid, hinge, dating apps, wasn't great, also had some currency headwinds as well, but it did see a pop today. That was one of my decliners yesterday. It had a really rough day. There you go. Hey, well, speaking of decliners, I got a few more for you today. Let's start with shares of Clorox. This one all about earnings guidance. It fell well short of expectations. It underscored how inflation could continue to hit companies long into 2023 Caroline down 4.7%. We saw Shake Shack fall. This one is all about returning to the office or not. Shake Shack shares are lower because the company said that workers are returning to offices and cities at a pace far slower than they assumed here in New York. Traffic is well below 2019 levels, including a 40% difference here in New York. I gotta talk about ball corporation. The maker of packaging for food beverages and household products, finishing the day down by 18.6%, having its worst day since 1987 at missed analyst estimates for the second quarter comp earnings per share. Yeah, and that's a remain favorite. We keep an eye on ball court. We're just waiting for perhaps my GMM macro movers to come up on the board, but we are, there we are. As if by magic. We are currently looking at what is the story of perhaps slight dollar weakness on the day. Now, again, thin liquidity, perhaps in the FX markets as we look towards the important labor data. Of course, there was big moves that happened in the great British pound that actually fell a little bit earlier. They managed to climb up higher after that big move coming from the Bank of England and 50 basis points higher. They too trying to tackle inflation that could reach 13% as soon as October, elsewhere though it was a sea of green, the Euro strength thing to 7 tenths of a percent. And we actually saw some strength in say like the Norwegian chrome, which was interesting given that we saw Brent crude off by 3%, $93 is where we trade 88 on WTI crude. Pointing out it's not about 6 months ago that we've seen these sorts of levels lower in oil as we question the demand side of the equation. Zinc interesting me pushing up and that's as we start to think that more smells aren't going to be making zinc because while energy prices are so high in Europe, we saw drank already warning us about that and metals shifted higher on the back of that supply side concern. We're looking at sovereign bonds that actually seem to be a bit of a search for a safe haven today, yields pushing lower in Europe in particular Taylor. You saw that as well here in the U.S. Caroline on the back of your big BOE announcement there of hiking perhaps faster than people thought you saw a relief. Maybe here within the U.S., Katie, I look at a two year yield and a 5 year yield that are really catching a bid off down by about 5 basis points or so. So you're all the way back down to about a three O two on the two year yield. And we do have some breaking earnings news. I want to talk about Expedia and trip adviser. Of course, expectations were high after that bookings, profit beat earlier. You have Expedia beating on both adjusted EPS and on second quarter revenue. You look at what the shares are doing. They're much higher up, almost 7% after hours trip adviser to coming out. It looks like second quarter adjusted EPS was about 37 cents, the estimate was for 26 cents. As you can see, another big pop there fluctuating a little bit up almost 5% at the moment. I'm going to jump on in as we take a look at lift. The big headline number, second quarter adjusted EBITDA profitability, 79.1 million. This is well ahead of estimates of 18.1 million. So as we take a look at some of these number active writers look spot in line second quarter 19.86 million estimates were for 19.8, they're looking at down to the deep deep bottom line a second quarter adjusted loss per share. I should save a dollar 8, but here at least the adjusted EBITDA is sort of the big headline numbers. As we think about the bottom line of these companies, a huge sort of beat. And again, a revenue that looks like a little bit better in terms of revenue per active writers, 49.89 versus estimates of 49.66. So here at least like left following sort of in Uber's footsteps here are posting a little bit better than expected numbers, a smaller company, but you see that rally aftermarket almost 5%, Tim. Taylor, speaking of the gig economy, I'm watching shares of DoorDash, which in the after hours are up by more than 8% while 10% now. The company reporting revenue for the second quarter that beat the average analyst estimates it came in at 1.61 billion versus estimates of 1.52 billion adjusted EBITDA coming in above expectations well ahead of expectations, estimates for adjusted EBITDA were for 55.1 million coming in at $103 million. Orders placed also coming in above estimates up 23% year over year 426 million estimates were for 418.9 million. Contribution profit also coming in above estimates as well, China. Yeah, it's pretty amazing. You're seeing both DoorDash not only beat analysts estimates, but lift reporting, the highest earnings in its history. So you have some strength there in two industries that were causing a lot of anxiety in the market this year. In three months, orders seriously grew at DoorDash $426 million, 23% jump in those orders over a DoorDash and the value of those orders also growing. There's your inflation. Well, we'll see whether people are just ordering more or whether they're spending more on each particular purchase. So let's have a little look at what's happening in the world of farmer for a second because Amgen is a
Report: Nationals star Soto turns down $440 million contract
"The athletic is reporting that the outfielder has turned down a 15 year $440 million offer to remain with the Nats past 2024 That package would have eclipsed the current record contract of 12 years and 426 million given to angel's outfielder Mike Trout in 2019 The national said last month that they would not trade the 23 year old Soto but speculation about Soto getting dealt is sure to swell following the athletic report Soto was the NL MVP runner up last season but he was hitting just two 49 with 19 homers and 42 RBIs this year heading into Saturday's action I'm Dave
"426 million" Discussed on The Small Business Radio Show
"For raising capital these days, more small business owners are turning to crowdfunding, but just like everything else it takes a certain set of skills to be successful and just because you post it doesn't mean people come. My next guest is Zack smith's serial entrepreneur, having never had a real job his entire life. He's always starting selling, running and managing businesses. This passion led him to create the funded today LLC, the world's most successful crowdfunding firm, funded today has now raised over 426 million and counting for 4000 plus crowdfunding campaigns across the world in 2018, was the 27th fastest growing privately held company in the U.S. on the prestigious Inc 500 and number two in Utah, Zach, welcome to the show. Hey, thanks for having me. Excited to be here. So I always say you know I worked for IBM for about ten years. But now I can't work for anybody else. I can have a real job. Why could you never have quote unquote a real job? That's a good question. I think probably the biggest reason was, and it started way back in 8 9 years old. I would go and sell snow cones or I would do lawn care work or aeration or different things, and I'd make a hundred, 200 bucks an hour and my Friends were making, I don't know, four 15 to 5, 25 an hour. And I thought, man, this doesn't make sense. And then I was able to employ people. And I saw that I was able to make money off of their work, essentially managing them and controlling them. And then I was making four or 5 bucks an hour on all of their labor and paying them pretty well. And now I had 20 people making 5 bucks an hour. That's another hundred bucks an hour. I was making. And I just saw the skill and the leverage and it never made sense for me to become an employee and be locked down to whatever the hourly rate is. No matter how good the rate is, even if it's $250,000 a year or something. And the risk will never really bothered you. Well, it does. I call myself the most conservative serial entrepreneur you'll ever see. I feel like I'm always skeptical. I'm not like the typical entrepreneur, maybe even like an Elon Musk who sells PayPal and then literally is two weeks away from bankruptcy when he's running Tesla and some of SpaceX..
"426 million" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Today, Russia has cracked down on revival, question mark, investing in crypto is so hot, FTX has launched its own monster venture fund, why has the Android 12 roll up in such a disaster so far, how long is the CyberTruck going to be delayed? And of course, the weekend long read suggestions. Here's what you missed today in the world of tech. Did not see this one coming. Russia's FSB says it is detained and charged members of the R evil ransomware gang at the request of the United States, although according to sources, Russian citizens will not be handed over to the U.S. for extradition. Quoting Reuters. The arrests were a rare apparent demonstration of collaboration between Russia and the United States at a time of high tensions between the two over Ukraine. The announcement came even as Ukraine was responding to a massive cyberattack that shut down government websites, though there was no indication the incidents were related. A joint police and FSB operation searched 25 addresses detaining 14 people, the FSB said, listing assets, it had seized, including 426 million rubles, $600,000, €500,000, computer equipment, and 20 luxury cars. Russia had informed the United States directly of the moves it had taken against the group sought by Washington, the FSB said on its website, the U.S. embassy in Moscow said it could not immediately comment. The investigative measures were based on a request from the United States, the FSB said the organized criminal association has ceased to exist and the information infrastructure used for criminal purposes was neutralized. End quote. There continues to be an absolute land grab going on in the crypto space, VCs are raising mountains of money to pour into crypto startups. And now, crypto exchange FTX itself is launching a $2 billion venture fund aiming to invest across startup stages, investing anywhere from a $100,000 to maybe hundreds of millions of dollars in given startups. Again, this is a crypto exchange itself with a $2 billion fund. That's worth noting. You don't think a lot of people see a lot of money just waiting to be picked up in crypto. Quoting The Wall Street Journal. We could possibly deploy it all by next year, but it depends on the opportunities we see in the market, said Amy Wu the fund's chief, miss Wu joined FTX this month from lightspeed venture partners, where she led investments in gaming crypto and other startups, including NASA Bahamas based FTX itself. She will head FTX mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, and gaming initiatives in addition to leading FTX ventures. V $2 billion for FTX ventures came from FTX, which was recently valued at $25 billion, and its founder Sam bankman fried miss Wu said, noting that, quote, Sam does everything big. End quote. Miss Wu said, she is especially interested in investing in crypto gaming companies through FDX ventures, whether in spin outs from traditional gaming studios or new crypto native studios. Other areas of interest include insurance and security products for crypto, which could help reduce concerns over hacking, she said. Developer tools and infrastructure that help applications run on different underlying blockchains or systems of record are also interesting, miss Wu said, end quote. Now, I could have put this in the long reads. But there's also been a substack piece that's been going around this week from startups and econ. That takes a look at coinbase. And what can happen if you're, you know, one of the people controlling the crypto marketplace? What happens when you list a crypto on your marketplace? You should maybe draw your own conclusions as to why I included this with that, but it does seem that in exchange like FTX might have some really interesting insight into what.
"426 million" Discussed on WJR 760
"Presented by Rocket mortgage sitting in for Mitch. Is Sean, Believe it Well, we want to thank Tony for doing an outstanding job. He's been out here pretty much all day. He's a man of many talents as well, because water accumulated above our broadcast vantage point and we were all terrified that it was going to come cascading down on us and Tony comely just said and stretched his arms almost like Moses, and he parted the water off the top of the tent. It was amazing, absolutely amazing. No Having a great time out here. It cleared off temperature. Drop down a little bit. Got sticky for a few minutes. But, uh, having a great time weather supposed to be nice over the weekend, and we're going to be out here again. I can tell you very quickly before we introduce our next guest spin on golf will be out here, along with the fellas from Sports Wrap on Sunday afternoon. Let's see we'll be Jordan. Myself. Um, Who else do we have A Chris Randwick. Nick Roddy. So, yeah, we're going to have a great time. Hopefully, you'll be listening and we'll let you know what transpires on championship Sunday. Out here at the beautiful A. D. G. C. Always love talking to this guy, our senior news analyst Lloyd Jackson. He has been following the decision. By the Detroit City Council and how they approve the spending plan for the Covid 19 aid. Lloyd Appreciate you taking the time as always. How are you, sir? I'm good, Sean. Thanks for having me And as you said, City Council voted 72 to approve Mayor Duggan's plan on how to spend those Kobe funds. The city is going to get about $826 million An American rescue planned funds, which is like the fifth largest amount among American cities. 400 million of that set aside to address budget shortfalls. The remaining 426 million Will be designated for community investments of the Detroit future Fun now the mayor the city had about 63 meetings over the last month with various community members. Some 3000 participated in these meetings and to give their input on what they thought should The.
"426 million" Discussed on WJR 760
"Um Detroit Free Press had a story asking Detroit residents How they would like the city to spend the $426 million in federal funds. Made available through the American Rescue Plan Act. After all, this is for local governments to use to Recover from the Covid 19 pandemic. Recover from the Covid 19 pandemic. Detroit received the fifth largest amount amongst cities across the nation. So many things to unpack here, and we're going to try to do that and ask you. What are some of the things Detroit should should move on and look. Detroit needs a lot of help in a lot of different ways. The city has come a long way. It's got a long way to go. Um The American rescue plan recover from the covid 19 pandemic. Most of the things that I hear this money Um And the desire to put it to use to Don't really have anything to do with Covid 19. But should that surprise anybody? I'm not surprised at all by that in the least bit, um, one of the things that in case you are just joining us. Normally I love to talk to you guys at 808 590 wjr. But with all the rains and some of that affecting our facilities at the Fisher Building, we are unable To have a chat today via the phone. You can Texas same number 808 590 wjr and listen. Sometimes we argue, Sometimes we raise our voices against one another, but one of the great things about working at this station, and I hope to live up to that expectations. I hope we can Do it with respect, Okay, We're going to disagree on things, period End of story, and I've disagreed with not only some of the people I work with, but many of you but That's the best part about working about this station. Dave Rigger. I know you had a couple of text in and certainly want to hear from the people tonight. Here at 808 590 wjr. The one text said that the 426 million the Detroit is getting should go back to the state of Michigan taxpayers to pay for the bankruptcies of recent past. I'm not going to argue with that. But the other test is affecting. Certainly that is that has something to do with Covid 19, actually, but I mean all jokes aside. I'm not trying to be funny to the surprise of nobody. It's not going to be used.
"426 million" Discussed on WTOP
"U T o P We're gonna have money news for you in just a second. And now the smartest person on earth just got smarter. Thank you, Alexa. Open w t o p. Now listen to w t o p on Alexa. Just say Alexa open. W t o p. Okay. W T o P News on air on mobile. And now That's good news on Alexa. Alright, Here's Denise Pellegrini with money. Mr Bloomberg Money minute. Balian Bella are getting some treats. Pot related products for pets to treat the same kinds of things that humans use hemp derived CBD products for whether that is, you know, kind of anxiousness or joint pain with pets. Dini Elsner, CEO of Charlotte's Web says demand for hemp extract hip and joint shoes and even calming canine shoes is growing, especially among millennial pet owners. Not only that, In some cases, the pets are then turning on their owners. Consumers should come in on the pet products tend to expand to the human products because cats don't have a placebo book that you can see your dog be more calm than the fourth of July. Or you can see your dog walking a little more easily. Consumers spent $426 million on pet CBD last year. That's according to the bright field pet CBD pup date, and the report says that number could expand an additional 48% this year from the Bloomberg newsroom. I'm Denise Pellegrini in W T O P just had family members of some of the people who lived in that collapsed condo building in Florida have been taken to the site. More on that coming up here on W T. O P. It is 4 57. Are you single and surviving this pandemic all alone? Do you wonder how you're going to meet new people and even date as the world begins to open back up? Are you over online dating and virtual gatherings. Then it's time you joined my social calendar. My social calendar.
"426 million" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Young. Welcome. Welcome at family again for another informative And hopefully interesting hour. Today's topic. We have Is something that a lot of us been talking about in the pits face. And that is what is the difference between CBD and help? So we know that this is a new product that's been in the market and it's increasingly so much especially within the pet industry, and I have a wonderful CBD and effort and her name is Ali Moradi. Hi, Allie. How did you know? Thank you saying she's going to really get into the difference. And how old are the benefits that helps your pets and then what are the things that we're looking for? When we're out in the market and thinking about making those purchases So, Allie, let's get right into it. Once you tell our pet family audience a little bit about yourself. And how did you get in the CBD hemp industry? Certainly do you know it would be my pleasure. Well, I've been a cannabis advocates for 20 years and so When I became pregnant, I thought working in the CBD industry would be the absolute best thing. So I have been Working in the CBD industry now since 2015 Currently I'm with the best team in the world at CBD hemp experts They are above and beyond the call of duty every day. They're awesome. So we work with brands devoted to natural healing and wellness formulation solutions. That's really good to know. Hallie. What is the difference between CBD and Hamp and which one works Best for dogs? Cats or other animals of that nature like horses, for example. So do you know when we look at him versus CBD? First we need to look at what him or industrial him, as it is sometimes referred to is the name of the entire cannabis genius plant minus the high levels of THC. So that's what happened is now CBD. Is the main component of the hemp plant, so the hemp plant can contain up to 65% pure calamity all which is the molecule, of course, that we know a CD and just like how humans are 65% water. When you are extracting the hemp plant. You're getting him out. You know 65 60% CBD. So when you talk about him, you have the parts of the plant that are very CBD rich, which are the flowers and the leaves. Primarily this stem the seeds. They do not contain CBD. And so you will see him seed oil and things of that nature in the marketplace doesn't necessarily contain CBD, says one. Significant point You're gonna want to make sure you're spending your money on is him that contains CBD. Um, When you asked about horses, you would just increase the milligram dosage. For example, I would recommend a 5000 mg dosage for your horse. On Ben. We can also use those same tinctures that we give our animals simply Willie. We can use topic. Lee if they have itchy, patchy Skin. If they have anxiety if they have pain If they have a injured limb, for example, it's also a great remedy for them Topically as well. As systemically, which would be internally. Thank you. That's very informative. And it's good to know that you were able to illustrate her audiences the differences because you and I both had many of discussions and talking about what I like to call fillers. Where it's not really the concentrated amount and so sometimes pet parents. They don't know the difference or there, Mr Inform, and they think they're getting a really pure product. But really, they're not. It's just very loosely or diluted form. And as a result, they may not be getting A true remedy for their pet. Or is that path? The healing that they expect? Is that correct? Correct And, you know, Right now we're trying to change the world of canine and feline out by developing health and wellness products that are well researched, carefully formulated, meticulously crafted with All plant based ingredients to support your pets help naturally without side effects. Absolutely. It's the most important thing is just know that you're taking care of them. And the fact of the matter is, it's not just physical. It's mental. It's psychological. It's even social. Just like us Human party animals se's when they're systemically given CBD on a regular basis. So that being said, what is the best way to use him or CBD when treating path? There's so much information out there, but we definitely want to hear it from no pun intended the horse's mouth off What is the best way to really treat your pet in application? Used it when it comes to CBD. For him. So as we've discussed many times in the past, you know we always want look at the plant as closely as God created that plant for healing. So when we look at CBD, it's great because G W Pharma has spent millions of dollars and done all the research for us, so we know that the dialects safe what it does, and that's just even the isil. It That's isolated CED molecule, however, when we look at a full spectrum Product. We're taking into account an additional 200 plus other cannabinoids that are just beginning to be studied all of their health benefits so that entourage effect of the other cannabinoids along with the CBD, potentially eight's the healing power of the city. So you always If you can't you know, obviously seem it is better than nothing but full spectrum is better than ice Solent. Always because that's how the healing plant was intended. So we know that the the U. S CBD market is really huge. So last year, even in the middle of cold it consumer spent over $426 million And we see that reached to even grow more with the estimate for this year of 620 months, $29 million and still So why do you feel that help Parent see such importance of purchasing products like this? And why do you think it's growing so rapidly? We know that things started skyrocketing back in 2018. At the farm bill. Even with that, why is it hot right now? And then where could pet parents get those type of products from So, um, a few things. I think there is that. Because people have been going through the pandemic. They themselves have proven the concept of CBD, whether it's to themselves or being at home all the time, with their pets being more aware and attuned to their needs and scene. That it's a lot cheaper than the vet a lot cheaper. No side effects. You know, it's just easier. Plus, it's 100% legal. You can ship it right to your door. Why wouldn't you try that? And so I think that's one thing to look at. And another is that Only 20% of the entire United States is actually actively buying CBD, so it's a huge growth market Still And I mean, barely scratching the surface. You barely even find vets that are willing to talk about it. So you know, I had my cat maverick at the bet today, actually, for his dental cleaning, which is always so difficult, he said. Always teeth a really inflamed I said, Okay, I'm gonna put a C B g tincture on his gums, and he didn't even ask me. He just went on about how safe it is. And I said, Oh, I know. And so he said, fun, huh? And so it's cool that you finally get that feedback from the vets where they're aware they're not just scared to talk about it. You know, like, five years ago, this proof of concept concept. It's really what it is. So we're there now, and I feel like it's just the reason it's hot because it works. And they've been giving horrible drugs to our pets all these years, you know For anxiety and everything and it's just a great alternative. And you can tell they're happy. That's all that? Absolutely okay, family. We're talking today about the truth about CBD for your pets with him with our expert, Ali Moradi..
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"All right. Thank you for letting us ride shotgun home with you over there. That's just sees. Man $1 billion up for grabs tonight in the mega millions lottery, Josh and I I think we've covered all the numbers between the two of us. So no need for emails to go buy a ticket right now. I think we're pretty much going to get it. Yeah. Can't imagine what sales are like for this tonight. Probably off the charts there. They typically don't give like, Where was that you gave think. Did you give me something? For that today. I think maybe there Yeah was that the sales are up more than 15% in 2020 topping 3.8 billion during the pandemic year. Last year, people were people were playing the lottery big time last year. They were up from 3.3 billion in 2019. And so, yeah, A lot of people are more than 84% of the increase about 2 426 million came from scratch off ticket sales. I never really play those to you that I play him occasionally. The most I've ever won. That is 50 bucks on the scratch off. I did. 1 51 1. I want 500 ones. You know what? There's a guy in sales here was telling me I'll never forget when we were at the Corby, the memorial that when we were at Raymond Yeah, at the sorry the outing he was telling me about. He's like man. I'm so money with those He talked about how he's it's. He said, Man, I win the five hundred's all the time, and I'm like what I'm thinking Cheese. That's incredibly lucky because I've played those, You know, a good chunk of time at one point pretty consistent. And then I start going and this is a waste Don't even have a chance. So Yeah, One guy here in the building is really lucky with that hope he doesn't buy a lottery ticket. It's too lucky. If I win. I promise I will take you out to McDonald's and let you get extra cheese on your burger. Well, that's very generous of you really hope you win, man. Off. So we were talking about this yesterday. Joe Biden ditching his mask at the Lincoln Memorial, And this is by the way, hours after mandating them. I mean, he was spotted going, massless. This was Wednesday night. I guess. We talked about it yesterday. But there was an executive order signed by him mandating the use of masks on federal land to battle the Corona virus pandemic, And he went bare faced not only during the televised address to the American people, but also outside the context of the speeches. He stood in front of the memorial, and he's standing before the towering sanction that is six another person. Short distance to his left at an angle that obscures what they were that they, too were unmasked. So there was a couple of people, so we mandates this and turns right around. And doesn't even follow his own mandate. I suppose he's allowed. We saw him. Also. There's footage today from yesterday one of the somebody asked him about and I can't remember exactly what it was. But he was getting ear it all. It was about 100 million. Um, doses in the 1st 100 days and the reporter and they were off camera. I'm not even sure who was asked him about it, and he gets all irritated. And he's like you guys didn't even think I was gonna be able to jump you like. Come on, man. I'm going. Welcome to the party, pal. This is great. I love it already. Yeah, he just needs he needs them in his face. 24 7 the way Way President Trump had it right. He's not even going to be close. All right, so anyway, so let's go to the where The White House press secretary Jen Psaki, and she, of course, is questioned by Peter Doocy. Peter is with Fox News. His dad, Steve Doocy, is on Fox and friends. If you're not If you don't know who that is, If you're watching Fox and friends to the left, he's the one as you're looking at your TV on the left. He wasn't the guy on the right. That was Brian Kilmeade right up until recently. Now that switched out, and I'm not sure if Brian's gonna be back on there, and I'm not sure exactly what's going anyway. So during when, when Peter is asking her about Joe Biden wearing no mask, he asked her about it. She calls him Steve. Not once, but twice during this to you kind of have to pay attention. But here was her reply. When Peter ask her about by not wearing a mask, celebrating anything of historic day in our country and was a good example. For people who were watching my attention. E think we have big, bigger issues to worry about at this moment in time, Really. Steve, I think the power of his example is also the message he sends by science signing 25 executive orders, including almost half of them related to Cho vid. Well, doesn't that then demonstrate. How serious and Dyer this is, if half of them are related to covet, and how serious he should be taking this and do we really have bigger issues Right now? That's almost the sole issue that we heard during the debates. That's the one that they all wanted. The center on was co vid. And aren't we having this dark, dreary, dark winter of a time? Right now, we're in a dark. We're in a dark time right now, With all these death s, Oh, there they go. They begun making excuses for him already. And by the way, Josh, if we're celebrating, you're allowed to not wear it. Based on what Jen? Psaki just said. Well, I thought was set allowed to celebrate. We'll know And well, that's it, too. It's like, Well, okay, So now you're telling me he's doing two things. He's not supposed to be celebrating, and he's not wearing a mask. I don't know why we're I'm not saying they're surprised, but I mean the hypocrisy. It's on full blown display. Now that's the great thing About the far liberal mindset is whatever whatever it needs in the moment, it can justify whatever whatever it takes in the moment it can justify I'm not surprised You're going to see a lot of this. This is going to be the theme hypocrisy is going to be the theme for the next. How many ever years Biden or Harris is president?.
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"Department says the number of people who filed for unemployment last week rose for the first time in four months. NPR's gyms are only reports that's a troubling sign. The labor market is deteriorating as the pandemic intensifies. The Labor Department says 1.4 million people filed claims during the week ending July a teeth. That's an increase of more than 100,000 over the week before the number of claims had been steadily falling since March, when they hit a peak of nearly seven million. But with Corona virus cases surging in some places, states such as California are scaling back reopening plans and that's affecting the labor market. The increasing claims will put new pressure on Congress to pass another stimulus bill. Supplemental employment Benefits are scheduled to expire at the end of the month. Jims AA roly NPR NEWS. Meanwhile, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says the White House is dropping its effort to include a payroll tax cut in the latest Corona virus relief package being considered by Senate Republicans. Congressional Republicans opposed it. The president is expanding a federal operation that targets violent crime in city's law enforcement officers will now be deployed in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Chicago. NPR's Cheryl Corley reports. Chicago's mayor says she is open to the idea but has concerns President Trump announced 200 agents from the FBI, Homeland Security and other agencies will go to Chicago and more than 30 to Albuquerque to fight arise and shootings and murders. Federal officials say the operation will not mirror one in Portland that's resulted in clashes between protesters and camouflaged unidentified agents. However, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot says the city will be on guard. That doesn't mean he's not gonna try it here in Chicago, and we have to remain diligent and take legal steps if necessary, Lightfoot says. Since there's so many shootings and so many guns in the street, it would be more helpful if the Trump administration took steps to put in place, which he calls common Sense Gun reforms. Cheryl Corley NPR NEWS Chicago Federal officers used here gas on a crowd in Portland, Oregon, last night after a fire was lit near a federal courthouse. One of the people tear gassed was the mayor of Portland. Major league Baseball returns tonight for the start of its pandemic shortened regular season, NPR's Tom Goldman says the New York Yankees will take on the Washington Nationals, the reigning world Siri's champions. Yes, This will be weird. A sprint of a season with 60 games instead of the usual 162 covert 19 safety measures like no spitting or high fiving and no fans. But the TV cameras have a great opening night game to zero in on, highlighted by an expected pitching duel between Washington's Max Scherzer and New Yankees ace Garrett Cole. NPR's Tom Goldman reporting. Nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, is set to throw the first pitch. This is NPR from the David Burnett Foundation newsroom a K C. R w I'm Cherry Glaser. California is now home to more corona virus cases than any other in the state, and many of them are coming in L. A county. County Department of Public Health reported 64 more deaths and more than 3000 additional cases Yesterday. Director Barbara Ferrer says she wants to counter skepticism expressed by some people who claim that Cove in 19 is nothing to worry about. It does appear. The cove in 19 is on track to claim more lives in L, a county than any disease except coronary heart disease, Ferrer says. During the recent flu season, for example, about 1500 people died of influence and L, a county from January through June alone, more than 3400 people died locally from the Corona virus. And I'd like to emphasize that, unlike flew. There is no vaccine for covert 19 at this time. Meanwhile, contact tracers are hard at work, calling those who have the corona virus and finding out who they've come in contact with. But that's a lot easier said than done Less than half the people in L. A county with covert 19 who've been contacted by the county that provided information about their close contacts. Loopy Leyva is a librarian in Boyle Heights, has been tapped by the government to work as a contact tracer. One very important thing to remember is the confidentiality aspect of it. A lot of the training is hip. And one of the main things is that you never tell people who it wass, who identified them as a contact, Leyva says. People often don't answer the phone at all. When she does get ahold of someone who may have been exposed, she asked them to quarantine for 14 days. You also provide resource is you provide referrals because it's not an easy thing to have to stay home for 10 days to 14 days. And not go anywhere. People have means l a county is now offering $20 gift cards to people who answered the contact tracers questions. Finally some good news. The Dodgers have signed a mega deal with outfielder Mookie Betts. The only times is reporting that Betts has agreed to a 12 year, $365 million contact extension. That should keep him in L. A for the rest of his career. The deals the second richest contract in baseball history, trailing only the 426 million the Angels have committed to paying Mike Trout. Meanwhile, when the Dodgers open the 2020 baseball season tonight, the only fans in the stands at Chavez Ravine will be cardboard cutouts. And here's something else unusual. For the first time In eight years, most local fans will be able to watch the Games on TV case Yard up used Darryl SATs meant explains It took the pandemic to get the sides to budge. But a stalemate that blacked out Dodger games for most Southern California residents for seven years has finally come to an end. Right center field. The Dodgers channel. SportsNet Ella is owned.
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"The mochi beds extension with the Los Angeles Dodgers. 12 years, $365 million. This is obviously par for the course. He's an unbelievable talent. You expected him to get a massive deal like this. It includes a record $65 million signing bonus. Holy Oh, man, sign your name $65 billion. Can't even imagine what that's like. For me like living last night was sitting around watching two rappers. I grew up watching on instantly while I sip siders like DMX and Snoop Dog to me felt like luxury in these modern times. A guy signed his name on a piece of paper gets $65 million. Sports. What What am I supposed to do with all that information? You know what? That's an interesting question, and to maybe help us try and process this in a way that makes sense. ESPN senior Major League baseball insider Jeff passengers going to join us Now on the shell Pennzoil performance. I'm Jeff. I know your Wu Tang guy. Cash rules everything around movie bets right now, this is ah, This seemed like a no brainer. Despite the current backdrop of the Corona virus, and all the wailing of gnashing of teeth that we heard from the ownership in Major league baseball, huh? That's kind of the incredible part of this whole thing, right? It's not You know what kind of used to these enormous numbers with athletes? Whether it's Mike track, getting 426 million past moms, But what Patrick Mahomes actually end up at 4 51 4 75 with 500 like on the guy 4 75 4 77 I believe we could be over 500. But those those deals Jeff are so different than baseball. That's going to be restructured in a number of years. Those numbers are going to change. He's going to make a lot, no doubt about it. But that's always the one thing we've known about baseball. The end number is the number for these guys. Yeah, looky bets. When it's all said, and done actually now because this year salaries paraded exactly at the full three year, But if you get pretty close to $392 million what it's all said and done, and the fact that You's going to get that much money in the pandemic. When a Sze Yu guys don't baseball owner spent a lot of time talking this offseason about our excuse me talking after Play was suspended about how much money that they're going to be losing. I believe that it wass Tom Ricketts Thie, owner of the Chicago Cubs. Who said the losses are going to be biblical. Mookie Betts is like in biblical times right now getting fed grapes by people and he has, you know he is the person who is ending up the best maybe out of everyone. In all of this, and it was, it's what made it so shocking that Even with the pandemic still raging on the Dodgers believe that signing Mookie Betts to this mega deal was the right thing to do. Yeah. I mean, listen, The bottom line is they may be losing some money this year, but we know they have money, so and nothing has changed. The rich teams are able to pay these and the other teams won't pay this and that It's just the timing of everything. I get it, But I don't think anything has really changed on the facts of baseball. And paying these contracts is they're still going to be an issue because we're talking about the big time players. Jeff are always going to get the big time money. Is it the member of the next year we had so many more than a few free agents really not signing with anybody for a long time. They weren't these big deals, but they just weren't signing. Is that something that's going to change or is it always just going to be the rich are going to get theirs and we're not sure about everybody else. Baseball is not trickle down economics. You know, if if Mookie Betts goes and gets a particular about that doesn't mean that people beneath him are going to be getting Maura's well and I think the effect that this hand It will have some facts. Like Francis School Indoor, for example, you know that there was a thought that would straight still endure that with Javi bias. That was some of the guys in upcoming free agent classes. Who were trying to get a lot of money that the pandemic is really going to affect them. Ah, I'm not quite is convinced of that now, after seeing what happened yesterday, but I am still extremely convinced. That the you know the average 30 year old middle reliever is going to have a really hard time finding work starting next year. Jeff passing with us. Our senior ESPN MLB insider tune in tonight is opening action with Aaron judging the Yankees visiting the defending champion, Nat's presented by Geico coverage begins at six Eastern on ESPN radio ESPN APP and it's 7 p.m. on ESPN, and we will certainly get to the storylines surrounding opening night. But Jeff First we gotta figure out what the Blue Jays are going to be doing here. They get the Heisman from the state of Pennsylvania. On this front and trying to play their games at PNC. So what is the most likely option for them looking like as we sit here today? You know, I think that if in in the end is the Baltimore Orioles are willing to host them. And if the state of Maryland is willing to allow them in and to allow 30 more games in the state that that's That's the most desirable spot. What's the likeliest? I think it depends. I mean, if you're the Blue Jays players, would you rather Because you want to play in a big league ballpark, spend more of your games and perhaps all of your games on the road and use those as your quote unquote home games. Or would you rather go like Triple a Buffalo and You know, right now Buffalo approval from Major League Baseball. So this concept of being a road warrior is very much alive at this point and I can't believe I'm saying this, but I think it might actually be the you know the odds on favorite this point for what? Billy James, you're going Todo. I could only speak as a a former athlete in this. Those scenarios is, I think I would want one spot to call temporary home for a while. Be it, You know, a triple a ball park as opposed to a big league ballpark. A lot of things are different this year. No, that that's just a weighted so we'll wait and see how that plays out. Bottom line. Though we start tonight, and the difference is normally the start of a baseball season is like the start of a marathon. Everybody kind of standing there and kind of slowly getting out of the starting blocks where this is going to be like the 100 yard dash. Everybody's in those blocks coming out like a sprint. So what's your expectation early on from the start of the season? I have. Ah, have a hard time trying to figure out what this is going to be like exactly speaks..
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"The latest on federal police confronting protesters in American cities, also an unpleasant surprise. That's becoming more common big medical bills from surgical assistance. I have absolutely no intention of paying your bill. And if you feel that your something for your services, I suggest you take it up with busy surgeon in Idaho. A spike in Corona virus infections means a strain on hospitals were on, of course of seeing Exponential increases and until and unless we change our collective behaviours, those will continue now. The news Live from NPR News. I'm Jack Spear facing Ah lawsuit and backlash over an order requiring schools to re open. Florida's governor appealed directly to parents today. NPR's Greg Allen reports, he gave a televised address, saying concerns about the Corona virus should not keep Children out of school. The union representing Florida's teachers is suing to block an order requiring all school districts offer in class instruction five days a week. The union says the order violates CDC guidelines and the state's responsibility to ensure schools are operated safely. Governor Rhonda Sanders says parents and students can opt for online instruction if that's what they want. But the Santa says the virus poses little risk to Children. While the risk from two students from in person learning are low, the cost of keeping schools closed. Are enormous, continuing with online learning only to Santa says places a burden on working parents and will likely widened the achievement gap between students from affluent and low income households. Greg Allen. NPR NEWS Miami federal judges declining to release around 300 migrant parents and Children being held in U. S detention centers. U S District Court judge making that decision today despite what he called immigration officials shortcomings in terms of controlling the spread of the Corona virus, lawyers for the families that requested preliminary injunction forcing the release of the families because they fear they were that fear of being infected by the virus. More than 3700 coronavirus cases have been confirmed in U. S immigration and Customs Enforcement facilities. During a state visit to Denmark. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has pledged us will become more of a partner and trying to push back Russian and Chinese influence in the Arctic region. This well, Overgaard has that story. The kingdom of Denmark includes Greenland and the Faroe Islands, both in or near the Arctic Circle. In recent years, Russia has increased its military presence there, and China has stepped up economic investment. Last year, President Trump made waves by suggesting the U. S by Greenland something that Danish foreign minister said was not on the table at today's meeting. Pompeo, meanwhile, thank Denmark for helping to promote sovereignty and transparency in the Arctic. This mission is all the more urgent as we face new competition in the region from countries that don't always play by those rules. If it all. Meanwhile, Greenlandic and Farrelly's leaders say they hope the Arctic can remain a low voltage region and not a playground for superpowers. For NPR news. I'm Cecil over guard in Billund, Denmark. United Airlines, like a number of other major carriers, now requires customers to wear a mask on board. It's flights The airline is taking things a step further with a requirement mass be warning ticket counters in an airport lounge is United says it's broadening that's mass wearing requirement in an effort to establish another level of protection. Stocks closed higher today. The doubt 165 points. The NASDAQ rose 25 points. This is NPR. And this is Casey ar W. On Leary Parole on a Wednesday, July 22nd Here's what's happening at 604 a day after California became the state with the highest number of Corona virus cases. Governor Newsome announced new plans to shore up the state stockpile of personal protective equipment. Newsome has ordered more than 400 million masks to distribute to frontline workers and says he'll open up bidding for future P p E contracts, Hospitalizations. Ah, nice issues continue to be a cause of concern in the state. And that's why we want everybody to double down on everything. We have been doing s o that we could get back. To school get back to work in the traditional ways, not just these modified ways. Labor unions applauded the investment in P P e, but say employers need to do more to protect essential workers who are largely black and brown. Californians hit hard by the virus. Just in time to start the pandemic shortened season. The Dodgers have signed a mega deal with outfielder Mookie Betts. The only times is reporting that Bette's agreed to a 12 year, $365 million contract extension Wednesday today that should keep bets in life for the rest of his career. The deal includes a $65 million signing bonus, he'll make $10 million during this abbreviated season. Before the new deal begins in 2021. The deal awards bets with the second richest contract in baseball history. Trailing on Ly the 426 million the Angels have committed to paying Mike Trump. And when the Dodgers open the 2020 season tomorrow against the Giants at the Ravine, it's going to be a little bit strange. No peanuts. No Cracker Jackson. The Dodgers. Ah staff, a coaching staff of sporting azure colored masks, and here's something else a bit unusual. For the first time in eight years, most local fans will be able to watch the Games on TV. Here's case. Shardul Bistro saxman. It took the pandemic to get the sides to budge. But a stalemate that blacked out Dodger games for most Southern California residents for seven years has finally come to an end. Right center field. The Dodgers channel. SportsNet Ella is owned by Spectrum, formerly Time Warner Cable after agreeing to pay the Dodgers, a record shattering $8 billion for local television rights in 2013. The company couldn't convince any other cable or satellite TV company to meet its asking price for the channel. The long impasse ended in April when direct TV in New verse TV agreed to deals. Some viewers remain in the dark, though Cox Cable and Dish Network still don't carry SportsNet, Ella It is 66 K. C. R W It's all things considered from NPR news..
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"I'm having a conversation years ago. Must have been I don't even know what year was 17 18. I don't even know if we were working together. Maybe it was just you and I drinking beers. But When the World Baseball Classic rolled around. And some Americans played. Buster Posey played raining. Crawford play There was some, but there were a lot that did not Can. The USA won the last of the most recent World Baseball Classic, but they had not won before we went through and pick you know, would be our ultimate team and honestly in right field. I took Mookie Betts over Bryce Harper. I think Mookie Betts is a more complete all around player then, Bryce. So it's interesting. How many years did Harper He got 13 years as well? The Phillies, right? Yep. Wow. You mean boom. Mookie Betts in a downward economy right now just passed him by $50 million over 13 years. Wow. And I guess we get We're just used to all this happening, but at some point, you think yourself, will it slow down and you would think that if it was going to slow down, it would slow down during a pandemic. One. As you said, there's no going not going to fans in the stands. For certain teams like the Dodgers. It doesn't slow down and I read an article on it this morning, and, you know Giants fans. Learn from the Dodgers can rub off because they've got more coming. They announced the 1st 4 starters first, actually five starters, and it's going to be Kershaw on Thursday night. So Kershaw Stripling would And Urias. They're going to be the starters for the Dodgers in the four game series against the Giants, Bueller is going to start the first game against the Astros. That doesn't even include Dustin May. Who was there by the time this thing kicks in guys like Jansen? And Kershaw and Turner were going to be done in public. They're gonna be done with their deals so that it just seems like the Dodgers have. Unfortunately for Giants fans, this machine going That just continues and continues and continues. And as you see the Giants, you know prospects come up. You hoped that it could be kind of what they're doing, But what the Dodgers are doing. Sorry to say it for Giants fans. It's probably the most well run, well oiled machine in all of sports. It's just sickening what they have right now, if you're not a fan of their team. I gotta win. They haven't won since. You know you took out attack and they were in our harsh Isar was the main guy there, But they have won their division seven straight years. And I think that is Mohr. Difficult to navigate 162 that it is the short, you know Sprint, but this year will be different. We'll see how they adjust to it. Which leads to us you were going through their galaxy of stars and Kershaw's deal is going to come off the books in a couple of years to you, but what are they going to do with Cody Ballenger? Today. He's gay movie bets, and Muecke won the American League Most valuable Player two years ago in 2018 But Ballenger won the National League MVP last year. And I think Cody's younger he is. What are they going to do? I think I'll be able. If you're Ballenger right away. You're looking at Mochis deal, and Mookie has Ah A little bit of a longer track record has been a job in a player for longer. But I think it'd be ableto have both of them together and have each guy you know, even combine their salaries and the length of their contract make about 3/4 of a $1,000,000,000 over 13 years or so, What does this do to them Re signing Bellenger for the long haul now. Well, Belle injures three years younger than Bette's. Bellenger just turned 25 on the 13th of July. So if like you said, Look, we jumped in just over a year. From 3 32 3 80 with bets trials on a different landscape with his 426 million, But if I'm Bellenger, you're probably looking at the Patrick Mahomes. You're probably looking at a five. You're looking at 1/2 a $1,000,000,000 deal, Probably by the time Bellenger comes up if he if he plays the way Did he did last year? A couple of years ago. Remember, they were talking about a platoon and he kind of struggled after a great rookie year. But he's probably looking at 1/2 a $1,000,000,000 as the first guy to do that, isn't it So you would be baseball's built on arbitration eligibility? You gotta wait four years to get there and then the way Marvin Miller structured it years and years ago. You don't become a free agent for six years, so When is when did they have to pay Cody? He would be arbitration eligible next year. Correct? Maybe the first year. I think he would be right and then they'd have it for a couple of more years before free agency so They know what they're doing. Obviously, we're talking about the Guggenheim group. I mean, they made their money because they got a lot of money and they invest. That's what they do. But I would venture The timing of it. I gotta look at it on spoke track right now. Yeah, it makes 11 helped this year and then three years of arbitration after that, So does Kershaw's. When does Kershaw's deal? Go away before they have Tio? Just sign Ballenger? So what they would do is Kershaw would go away. And then they could. I mean the point would be, And there's no salary cap in baseball, right? You know, So they know the Raiders didn't want to play the quarterback that kind of money and Khalil Mack, and now we're seeing. You know what the Kansas City Chiefs have done? They've got three guys making 20 year ago about LA Rights. By the way, David Price's sitting out the year and they still owe him money. But he'll be gone. Hey, will by the time they redo Ballenger and again, what mochi got today is a future contract He's gonna play this year under the same deal the 12 years or attack on they could do some with price in the off season. To move Salvy around, But I don't mean the reaction would be Can they keep Bellenger and bets? You would think that Yes, yes and Kershaw would be off the books by then. And likewise, David Price And they've got some young pitch and Gavin locks. They just sent back down to the minor leagues, a young star, and so walker Buehler is not going to go to the fifth game of the year. Just see down your best stuff and of anybody on that day in the rotation. Is there A scar is pure stuff, isn't he? I mean Kershaw's Kershaw. But Walker Bueller's got high and he isn't Yeah, at this point. I mean, I respect Kershaw. But at this point, I think he's better. Kershaw's up after 2021 Turner's up after this year. Bueller's views Got? Yeah, dealers. I mean close, so they suggested this is Justin Turner's final year of his deal. Yeah. Final year of his life. I wonder Farhaan to bring him here. Alex final years this year, so 15 million goes off Jack Peterson, 7.5 his goes off after this year. Bellenger. They don't have to pay Bellenger till 2024. Segers up Seger's ARB. Next year's his last year of arms 1 2022 They've got to decide what they're gonna do with him. So Those air issues, Obviously that that are going to come up, But balance was getting paid book looks Mookie that's just got paid. But you know, a lot of this young pitching crucial is going to be off that point price still has. This is his last year, $32 million. So 32 million for him. He opted out, so they're not paying him, right? Yeah. So I don't know. Yeah, he's not getting Wow. He doesn't have a free He's not predisposed to hate. Even 37% of that is a lot of he opted out of 30. What's 37% of 32 million We do the math on that money, you know, less less less divided by two points. Well, something like that. A lot of money 12 would be 1/3. Yeah. Yeah, but I mean, they have to pay him this year, so Oh, and the bottom line is that they'll work out the finances, but I think they'll find a way to keep Ballenger and will be You know, going from the Kershaw era to this era Mookie Batch is just a hell of a player's numbers were down last year. I mean, what he was the A L M v P in 18. Wow. I mean, 3 46 Batting averages. Slugs. 6 40 He's got speed. Hey, walks a lot. He's a tremendous defensive outfielder. Thinkyou could easily play center, but they'll play him and right. And you're talking about the last two envy. There's been four of them in total in both leagues because mochi one is in the American League unbalance your last year in the National League, but you're going to put you know, but you know back to back and several teams have done this over the years, but You gotta have an M v P followed by an M V p in the batting order Now, the question, Woz. You know how long would they keep mochi bed, So they're obviously keeping him for a long time. So if you're the players now And you go back and all those meetings you're with the owners. And they were crying poor and They roll out the TNT, you know, network TV deal and the money they got for that, And then you know the pandemic. We haven't even started playing a real game yet and they've already seen the Playersside. For 380 million. It's pretty hard to cry forward. I took over the Dodgers or what kind of revenue streams you have you're crying for, and you just gave a guy 380 million.
"426 million" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Things. A talented writer has written for a long, long time. Different newspapers. What, four years If you could believe that since money for Yeah, you Wilkes Barre Times leader as a high school sports writer, Doug, you ready? Covered rocket ish meal and quadri, his brother. There were high school track stars in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. I was 21 years old, and they were seniors in high school. Wow, that's crazy. Absolutely. Positively crazy, actually. Positive. Okay, So if you go to if you got a dead and post it has posted it has. But did you did you retweet? It I'm doing it right now. Just give me a chance to Retweet. So the article out and it's been written by Rob Parker, of course, just co hosting with me today. Here on Fox Sports Radio and the I Heart radio happen, Of course, here in Dan Patrick Show and the Dan Patrick app. Is that Pat Mahomes gave away a great opportunity. What is that opportunity? The opportunity was to make history in the change the way the NFL does business with his players, like hey, of all players. Who could have demanded and gotten a fully guaranteed contract. And what I mean by that dog, is he If you signed, it doesn't have to be 10 year whatever they would have agreed on. But whatever would have been Whatever the amount of money that they talked about in the deal would be fully guaranteed. If it's a six year deal for you deal, whatever Whatever they had come up with on whatever the money, wass. It should have been fully guaranteed. And he was the guy. We saw Kirk Cousins get a three year as a free agent. A three year fully guaranteed contract for $84 million. And I just thought there was a golden opportunity Did t change the landscape? Off what NFL players all the other leagues, eh? NBA Major League Baseball National Hockey League, You get guaranteed contracts Mike Trout signed for 426 million. He's going to get 426 million, not a dollar, less, not a dime less. I remember when a Rod was leaving the Rangers and wanted to go to the Red Sox. Do you remember that story? Yup. And he was going to take a ah little pay cut to go to the Red Sox sorted it all config fit and the union refused to allow him to take a pay cut because Ah, he had to get all the money that he had signed for. So that deal was next, which is fun, and I get it because once you open up that Pandora's box, you're gonna have problems and other people and in this case had more homes. Made the NFL do this. Other players could have maybe followed his lead and been like this is where we should be headed and whether the contracts Doug or smaller, three years Two years. Whatever the money is, it should be guaranteed, the headline said. $503 million. But there is no guarantee that he's going to get you could speculate all you want. He could get hurt and next season and never be the same player and never get all that money. My point is, he should sign for a fully guaranteed contract. And that's what he should've held off. Okay. I mean, look, you're If if you like that, then you like what Kirk Cousins did in getting two straight to straight. Remember, he's a franchise Taghi, too straight years, which is what Dad Prescott could do could be a franchise tag one more year. Okay, which again guaranteed this year for like, 31 million and change next year would be maybe a little bit more because it's the average of the top five sours probably would be more And so you know, next year in the 32 33 then he could be transition tagged or it could be you or you could be a free agent, And then he could sign. But But Pama Holmes was not a free agent. He does have guaranteed money. It just may not be for the length of time or the amount of money that that you believe really this at $274.781 million guaranteed deal for six years, Most of the money is actually paid up. Good portion of money is paid up front. 141 million or so in the next two years, Right March of 2022. He'll be full by then to be fully paid. 141 million. Signed for 503 That's the number that no, Listen, Listen, you're doing that You're reading the Lee Steinberg. Hey, I signed the guy for 503 That's what the contract says. You got to go go Google that the richest sports contract I understand the history of Also, your reports is Patrick Mahomes. Look, that's it. That's a reporting issue. That's a journalism issue. That that's not that's actually not a Pat Mahomes issue. One he was not a free agent. Great. So they but that didn't stop you signing him to a deal. Doug, stop using that. If if that was the case feels his idea. Wait a minute. What a winner. You tell me what I want to give him a contract extension. They didn't have to sign them. So stop using it as a hat wasn't a free agent. He was assigned them to it. And I understand that so, yes. So? So when I'm negotiating a deal, and I'm giving you listen, we'll sign. You've been great. You're awesome. We love you here. You love it Here. You love any read? You've been nothing, but but as better than we ever could have imagined ever could have imagined, right? Um says we're going to do we're going to add on we're going to add on money to your new contract or to pay more than anybody else. So you tell me Rob, what's a better contract? 2 74 for six years might know. I'm asking a question last question. What's a better contract to 74? For four years or 400 change for 12 years for trout. What's a better country for 26? Because the 2 74 that you're talking about is not totally guaranteed? There's a chance No one does not have you read. Have you read the contract? You have. I'm talking about the money. That's out front. What you just mentioned the 60 tweet that was fully guaranteed that siding with 1 41 over there were no, listen. You're old. You're no right. No. You're missing. Look, if this it in truth, it's all fully guarantee in the 1st 6 years, it's paid out early. OK, there's that there's a difference there. What's paid out? It goes into what's called escrow account so that the Chiefs have to put 63 million. They had to pay him 63 million right away..
"426 million" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And Wishes for health and safety to you and yours. How you doing, Bill? Hey, I'm doing okay. Hang in there. Hope you guys are hanging in. There We are. We are the little a few steps backward here in the bare not making us too happy, but we're taking it day by day. Bill has kind of been what we've been doing ever since we started broadcasting from home in March. But boy, the NFL has done an amazing job of staying in the news. Let's start with the less Ah Ah shall we say the less depressing story and that is a Pat Mahomes? And I read your piece on ESPN dot com. Really good breakdown to help people like me understand, and just kind of started for the people who out there who haven't read it. I just want to get a conversation about it. About how it really isn't you know, we say 12 years, 503 million, and that sounds so scintillating, but as you broken down quite extensively In the NFL. That's not what it is right. I mean, really, What is he getting in general in into your point? How team friendly, is it? It's pretty team friendly, you know, and especially in the short term, you know, it really is sort of a six year, $181 million deal. And then after I did six years for, like the rest of it, which is about $311 million or so, you know, it would be really big money in this contract doesn't come until the second half of the deal. So it is. You know, it's not holy maid of money because of this guaranteed a year in advance, which is different from normal NFL contracts. That sort of thing that I think Patrick Mahomes was going Get $500 million over the next 12 years. I just think it'll be you know, probably six years on this deal, and then they'll probably be a restructure or an extension, or, you know to some sort of change in that deal to make it, you know, a little different to sort of account for what's happening, because honestly, you know, at the end of the day you look at how the captain's within in years past how quarterback contract have gone up? We could be sitting here six years now and saying, Hey, you know Patrick Holmes is under contract for the next six years at $320 million.15 million dollars, and he's underpaid. The Chiefs have to restructure the steel to make sure Patrick Holmes gets the appropriate level of money. So to me, it really is a six year deal in the 1 80 range, which is still good money obviously paid $30 million a year. I'll take it, but, you know, I do think A lot of the big money in this contract is not coming until after 2026. Yeah, and Bill to your point in when you strip away the numbers. It isn't that much different than the Carson Wentz Jared Goff contracts is that The numbers kind of bear that out. Over the next six years. If it really is very similar to what Carson went Scot Jared got Scott and Andrew Luck God, After you account for the salary cap went into those guys signed their extensions. It's pretty similar. The difference, of course, is that you know, after the six years those guys were all you know, supposedly going to be free agents or look luxe case obviously retired, but you know those guys all You know, don't have that extra six years and 300 plus $1,000,000 tacked on that most it so it really you know, I think about it, it sort of two separate deals. And I wonder you know how likely it is that You know the chief's They're going to let the second half of that He'll play out the way it is whether Holmes want you. You have a tweet where you say the chances of him playing out this deal for all 10 years. At this structure, you say approximately 100.1% right? Approximately Yeah, but I mean, the guy's gonna get paid. Either way, You know I don't want I don't make it seem like he's not going to be getting paid or that you know, that's just money money that that's going to, you know, in six years, Patrick Holmes was going to be, you know, out on the street looking for a job that's not going to be the case. I think he is going to get $500 million over the next 12 years. And I think that To be honest with you. You know, he's not going to be the only one. I think Lamar Jackson is going to get $500 million over the next 12 years. I think John Watson was going to get $500 million over the next 12 years. I just think it's going to come more likely in several different contact was supposed to, you know, sort of. It's one big number on one day deal. So Jimmy Garoppolo, who was the highest paid quarterback for what about Ah, two days or something like that. He's now me. He's so far back in the rear view mirror. You can't even see him, right? Poor guy. Yes. You know, just constantly thinking about constantly pitying Jimmy Garoppolo about you know how literally making how ugly is, you know, but, you know, actually, I was really interesting contract the way they did it because They put a lot of money in that deal in year one, and what they did with that was, you know it get a little flexibility If Garoppolo didn't work out. If you couldn't stay healthy, they would have had effects ability to move on quicker than they would have if they'd structured differently, So I think You know these contracts If you send a big number, and we could number up front we think about okay. You know what if it meaning the average annual salary, But really, you know, it sounds dirty to say it's really needed to say And then when I think about it, But like all these contracts have stories, all of them really tell a story about what each team feels about their star players. And you know what? Patrick Mahomes the chief was saying, Hey, you know, we're comfortable if we have to. Guarantee you money in advance until 2032 I think there's not really another player in the NFL. Or maybe not really many players in pro sports who I think we could sit here and say, Hey, we feel comfortable, you know, guaranteeing that guy money for 12 years. There's just It's pretty rare. Yeah, Mike Truck, the only guy right and in his is guaranteed that 426 million so Just look at Jimmy's contract here on Spotrac, and I'm not trying to stir it up it on this guy's 28 years old. He's going 13 and three, but they could be looking at it bill after the 2020 season. In 2021. His cat is Cap it. Well, What was it ever seen? The cap hit in the dead cap can explain that to me, okay, so that the captain is what the Niners are basically being charged. On their roster. I mean, they have you know that connect with capital. Whatever it is right now it's a little under $200 million. The captain is what percentage of the captain McGraw for those occupying. So Jimmy Garoppolo in 2020 accounts for $26.6 million on the Niners cat..
"426 million" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We lost so called us back already abuzz. Paul's back. Craig on K Away. Good Morning, Greg. How are you? Hey, I'm good. How you guys doing? Good, lovely, Lovely show. Thank you. I got a good Georgie. Your story from the of this was 1968 in Vietnam. I was in the army there and as with a small group of guys and we were out Running some night missions and whatnot were in central islands were camped by this Nice little stream. We were getting nice, fresh water we thought out of there. And anyway, we took two drank. We use a lot of iodine pills. What? Not And we just all got sicker than hell. You were sick for days and days and days and they didn't get us out of there. Anyway. We way had to get down to lower ground to get out. So we started going up the river. About 1/2 mile up the river. We found 45 dead water. Buffalo. There you go. There you go. That's why you're never supposed to drink out of a stream. Yeah, it's but we're used to drinking out of rice paddies. That's true. Yeah, they related I'm sure helicopter public shot him or something. And we got up there and we saw that it was just it is pretty sickening. You guys made me think about that when I was listening to you today. Thanks for your service. Thank you very much for your service. Lot of respect for vets, and now that you know, Luckily for me, I was too young to go to Vietnam. And Dave. You probably were, too But I knew a lot of people that went, You know, guys that were just a bit older than me. And I got a lot of respect for you guys, man. I can't imagine. What that must have been like, Yeah. Jungle of Vietnam. One of my best friends. Joe Williams, who I started with. In radio. I started with Joe with Ervin Jo Jo Serve Joe's Marine. And served in Vietnam and You know, over the years of our friendship he has periodically talked about. He didn't talk much about it, but talks a little bit about it. And, you know, you just sit there and listen and try to You know, try to put yourself in that situation. Just hearing some of the stuff he described. Unbelievable. He's like, just like you much respect for them. Buzz called back and buzz. We're going to find out what the sign said. After all. Well, if it's not Andi Galactic, I think What happened? Still trying to get used to it. Any sign I thought was a metaphor for life. So I put it over my doors. People leave my house. They can see it. But now it takes on a whole new meaning. It says Descend with extreme caution. Glasses are open. Thank you. That's good, you buzz. That's good. Thank you were worth the callback. Hey, it says here, Giorgio will generally go away on its own completely within weeks. If you have Ah, light version of it or a world class immune system, Rick and I borrow yours. Rick would never have to go the doctor but don't play with the Dave because if you haven't gotten it to slow down on my way rarely play with, you know, it's it's been directly Blake with that. Well, we're going to say never. I know it's been like 10 days in 11 days. Yeah. If you had a look, If you have a light case, it could go away on its own. It says within weeks with her without treatment, with or without, But if you have an extreme case, it's not going well. You know, it depends on who it depends on what It depends on what you call extreme. Have you had a normal one? Just give me a check over by pause, right? I just looked at her that this is going down the bad road here who's on the phone. Can we? Ah, damn what you do. You know what? Let's keep that from. That was from Damian. That's where you Travis. Travis is clean. I'd listen. Nobody washes his bobo more than me. Watch it Even more to the point Now is just what I said. I need talcum powder. You're taking your cap was the challenge today you take it. Well, yesterday I took. Let me you know just a second Rick. I took four. What or real showers air like navy showers. Well, where you just thought you were in the Navy. You like? Dip your butt in the bathtub, and no, I don't. I don't wash my butt that you wash your button bathtub. You actually get a shower every time? Yes. One day. Listen, I'm nothing if not clean, eh? We have one talk. I've yet to try to work that thing that you're talking that that's that's a little that thing's a little odd other today. Yeah. Have you do use one? Well, when I go to hotels that have won are like places I've stayed that have admit, I've never I don't have it in my house. Come over. Sit on my okay. Dinners. Is it heated? The water is heated, and I'm definitely you know, he's just one at a hotel at it. You know, it wasn't bad. We come over for dinner. And then used today if I go in to dinner now that they both had time to go, No. Well, topic script, Teo. I'm getting a little uncomfortable. What do you mean? We have an hour left? Oh, hey, by the way, other country we talked about Patrick Mahomes contract. So basically $503 million over 10 years. You can do the math. Mike Trout's contract with the Angels in Major League Baseball 12 years for 426 million. Canelo Alvarez signed 11 fight deal for 365 million. And and the other four highest paid contracts are all baseball. So five of the top seven contracts in sports are baseball players. Bryce Harper is a 13 year deal for 330 million. Giancarlo Stanton as a 13 year deal for 3 25 Garrett Cole. With the Yankees nine years for 3 24 in Manny Machado. 10 years, $300 million that the soccer players, though do they not count them cause they're international? Yeah, these were American cars like Messi and Ronaldo. The big names they make more than that. I don't know it or not, 08 years to 60 He's on that list. Okay, but I think the soccer players make 190 years, some right or something. I don't need something crazy. This awful those two guys, Messi and Ronaldo, Ronaldo make that kind of money. But like So that's how much they make per year. Everybody I just read averages over 30 year. I think the most Mickey Mantle made and it was 100,000 year. I'm pretty sure I think he was. Was he the first player to make $100 got to hit the 100,000 and it was towards the tail end of his career. Mentioned it is rolling over in his grave right now, looking at some of these These salaries guaranteed fully guaranteed. Playing baseball. Yeah. I mean, every baseball contract is fully guarantee that's the difference between baseball or one of the differences between baseball football. 10 56. Our time news coming up next we've got an hour left of chaos news radio..