25 Burst results for "8Th Inning"

García, Ruiz lead Nats' 5-homer barrage in 10-6 win over Dodgers

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

García, Ruiz lead Nats' 5-homer barrage in 10-6 win over Dodgers

"The nationals hit a season high 5 home runs that led to a ten to 6 win over the Dodgers, manager Dave Martinez sure enjoyed it, few home runs, a few balls got out. We would get some hits, you know, today, so the offense has been, you know, they've been hitting the ball well. Luis Garcia had the big one, a tie breaking three run shot in the 8th inning. Dodger lead off man Mookie betts left the yard twice, Kyle finnegan got the win in relief, Bruce dargo took the loss. Mark Myers, Los Angeles

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 7 months ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports, I'm sheck Freeman. I'm at my comeback by the Miami Heat who rode one of the best playoff performances of all time. Jimmy Butler had 56 points, leading the heat to a one 19 one 14 win or the NBA's overall number one seed Milwaukee Bucks. The heat trail by 14 in the fourth quarter. I think this is where all the best players they show up in their show out. And I'm not saying I'm one of those best players. I just want to be looked at, looked at as such. The heat lead the series three games the one. LA Lakers best at Memphis one 17 one 11 in overtime, LeBron James with 22 points, including the driving lamp with .8 seconds left to send the game to OT, Lakers up three games the one. The long awaited trade has happened, Green Bay Packers trade Aaron Rodgers to the New York Jets for multiple draft picks. NHL playoffs Toronto erased of three gold deficit in the third period and beat Tampa 5 four in overtime. Seattle even its series with Colorado at two games apiece after a three two overtime win. Las Vegas defeated Winnipeg four two to take a three two serious lead and New Jersey, even at Ceres with the New York rangers at two two, a three to one devil's win, the devil's Jack Hughes is pleased they were able to win both games in New York. Yeah, you could call it that was hockey, but you know, we got the one and we had a lot of belief in the room that we'd get the second one tonight. So now we're really in this thing in two two and we're really excited with where we're at. Baseball. It'll play Colorado defeat at Cleveland 6 nothing Cincinnati beat Texas 7 6 to snap a 6 game skid. Detroit over Milwaukee and Arizona down Kansas City. America league, Baltimore's one 7 in a row, 5 four over Boston. He was Tampa setting a modern day baseball record by starting the season with 14th straight home wins. They beat Houston 8 three. Toronto over the Chicago White Sox Minnesota beat the New York Yankees and Oakland down the LA angels and extra innings. National league and the braves pitcher Spencer strider took a no hitter into the 8th inning and the braves 11 nothing shut out of Miami and San Francisco blank St. Louis for nothing. The colonels continued their slow start, chuck Friedman, AP sports.

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Alvarez, Julks deliver late, Astros top Braves 5-2

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Alvarez, Julks deliver late, Astros top Braves 5-2

"The Houston Astros came from a two zero deficit in the 8th inning to defeat the Atlanta Braves 5 two and sweep their three game series. Corey jock singled in the 9th driving in one run for Houston, but it was Alex Bregman's two run base hit that clinched it for the Astros. To come in here and play our brand of baseball, probably for the complete three, I felt like pretty complete games for the first time this year was cool. Both starters, Christian Javier, for the Astros and max breed for the braves had solid outings, Javier had ten strikeouts in 6 innings. Kevin pillar homered for the braves in the 6th. Gary mckillop's Atlanta.

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Tellez's homer, sac fly help Brewers to 4-3 win over Padres

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Tellez's homer, sac fly help Brewers to 4-3 win over Padres

"Rowdy teller is a sacrifice fly in the tenth inning gave the Milwaukee Brewers a four to three win over the San Diego Padres. Teva has opened the scoring with a two run first inning home run to finish two for four with three RBIs, brewers starter Colin ray would hold San Diego to a run on two hits over 5 and a third innings. I just felt like we had a good game plan going in and we executed for the most part and we got those early rounds that definitely helped. The Padres tied the game up brewers reliever Matt bush in the 8th inning on a two run home run from Trent Grisham, brewers closer Devin Williams would strike out the side in the 9th inning and earn the victory in extra innings Philip gone, San Diego

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Soler homers, De La Cruz leads Marlins past Phillies 3-2

AP News Radio

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

Soler homers, De La Cruz leads Marlins past Phillies 3-2

"And RBI single by Brian Della Cruz in the top of the tenth inning gave the Marlins a three two win over the Phillies trailing to one Miami tied the game in the top of the 8th inning on a leadoff home run by Jorge soler. The game winner by the other crews made a winner of AJ puck who picked up his first win of the season. They had the crew has also picked up an RBI single in the top of the fourth for the Marlins who won the rubber game with a series

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MLB teams extend beer sales after pitch clock shortens games

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

MLB teams extend beer sales after pitch clock shortens games

"Thanks to the pitch clock, the action is moving much faster at Major League Baseball games, but it also means a little less time for fans to enjoy a frosty adult beverage. To combat that time crunch at least four teams, the Arizona Diamondbacks, Texas Rangers, Minnesota Twins and Milwaukee Brewers have extended alcohol sales through the 8th inning this season. Others, like the Miami Marlins and New York mets still have 7th inning cutoffs, but haven't ruled out making changes. Teams historically have stopped selling alcohol after the 7th inning. I'm geffen coolbaugh.

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 8 months ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports, I'm sure Freeman. The Tampa Bay Rays continue to be the big story in Major League Baseball, the first team to start ten of those since 1987 as they blank Boston one nothing Brandon Lowe broke a scoreless tie in the 8th inning with a solo home run, race pitching also allowed just three hits. Elsewhere in the American League, Shane Bieber shook off a rough first inning. He went 6 more in Cleveland's three two win over the New York Yankees, Yankee center Fielder Aaron judge says his team did not have a good approach against beaver. You know, especially with getting some guys that scored position tried to expand a little bit when we didn't need to. Chicago White Sox beat Minnesota four three, Texas down to Kansas City, a love of the two, rangers starter Andrew haney tied the American League record by striking out 9 consecutive batters. Baltimore down Oakland, national league max muncy hit a Grand Slam and a three run blast as the LA Dodgers best at San Francisco 9 to one. Philadelphia wrote it in Miami 15 to three. New York mets over San Diego 5 nothing Atlanta beats Cincinnati Colorado over St. Louis and Arizona blank Milwaukee. Inter league Washington topped the LA angels, Houston beat Pittsburgh and the Chicago Cubs took down Seattle. In the NHL, Joe pavelski became the tenth American born player to reach the milestone of a thousand points in Dallas 6 one win over Detroit. It was a good moment. You definitely feel that it means something, especially seeing the teammates come off the bench. Toronto bested Florida as Bruce Morton reports. John Tavares scored it four 38 of overtime to give the Maple Leafs a two one decision over Florida. The defeat ends the Panthers win streak at 6. Toronto's victory combined with the rangers losing in a shootout moves the leafs into a tie with the Broadway blue shirts for fourth place in the east. Winnipeg beats San Jose 62. Washington beat the New York islanders 5 two. That's a big loss for the islanders who now need help to secure one of the two wild card seats. Ottawa beat Carolina, buffalo down the New York rangers three two. It was Minnesota's defeating Chicago, Nashville over Calgary, Seattle over Arizona, and Los Angeles blank Vancouver. Alaia Boston from South Carolina is the number one pick in the WNBA draft. She's going to the Indiana fever. Check Freeman. AP sports.

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"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Podcast, a conversation with Carl Weinberg of high frequency economics. So the bangla Japan has work to do. The end of the fiscal year is now just a few weeks away, March 31st. And there are substantial capital losses on what I'll call the ultra long segment of the JGB market. The part where they haven't been trying to control the yield curve. So those yields are up about 70 basis points compared to where they were at the end of the last fiscal year. And that implies between 30 and ¥60 trillion worth of capital losses, which are big enough to wipe out the balance sheets of a lot of the institutions. So the bank of Japan and the finance ministry are going to be out there in size over the next few weeks buying up this asset encouraging by the asset they're going to move the market lower. They'll do it, but it will be quite a challenge for them. How close are they? And I don't mean to an absolute owning the bond market, but on a trendline or a glide path to owning the bond market, where is the bank of Japan? Maybe use a baseball analogy. Are they in the third inning or the 8th inning of buying every Bond that's issued in Japan? Well, at the short end of the Yale curve out to ten years, I think the number is about 65 to 70% of the market. And then at the ultra long end, they own a lot less because their target has been to control yields from overnight out to ten years. So they still have scope to buy at the ultra long end of the market. But yes, you're right. And bank of Japan governor designate ue to us said this in testimony the other day. The BOJ

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"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Surveillance podcast, a conversation with Carl Weinberg of high frequency economics. So the bangla Japan has work to do. The end of the fiscal year is now just a few weeks away, March 31st. And there are substantial capital losses on what I'll call the ultra long segment of the JGB market. The part where they haven't been trying to control the yield curve. So those yields are up about 70 basis points compared to where they were at the end of the last fiscal year. And that implies O between 30 and ¥60 trillion worth of capital losses, which are big enough to wipe out the balance sheets of a lot of the institutions. So the bank of Japan and the finance ministry are going to be out there in size over the next few weeks buying up this asset encouraging by the asset. They're going to move the market lower. They'll do it, but it will be quite a challenge for them. How close are they? And I don't mean to an absolute owning the bond market, but on a trendline or a glide path to owning the bond market, where is the bank of Japan? Maybe use a baseball analogy. Are they in the third inning or the 8th inning of buying every Bond that's issued in Japan? Well, at the short end of the yield curve out to ten years, I think the number is about 65 to 70% of the market. And then at the ultra long end, they own a lot less because their target has been to control yields from overnight out to ten years. So they still have scope to buy at the ultra long end of the market. But yes, you're right. And bank of Japan, governor designate ueda said this in testimony the other day. The BOJ can't buy

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"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The latest edition of the Bloomberg surveillance podcast, a conversation with Carl Weinberg of high frequency economics. So the bang of Japan has work to do. The end of the fiscal year is now just a few weeks away, March 31st. And there are substantial capital losses on what I'll call the ultra long segment of the JGB market. The part where they haven't been trying to control the yield curve. So those yields are up about 70 basis points compared to where they were at the end of the last fiscal year. And that implies between 30 and ¥60 trillion worth of capital losses, which are big enough to wipe out the balance sheets of a lot of the institutions. So the bank of Japan and the finance ministry are going to be out there in size over the next few weeks buying up this asset encouraging by the asset. They're going to move the market lower. They'll do it, but it will be quite a challenge for them. How close are they? And I don't mean to an absolute owning the bond market, but on a trendline or a glide path to owning the bond market, where is the bank of Japan? Maybe use a baseball analogy. Are they in the third inning or the 8th inning of buying every Bond that's issued in Japan? Well, at the short end of the yield curve out to ten years, I think the number is about 65 to 70% of the market. And then at the ultra long end, they own a lot less because their target has been to control yields from overnight out to ten years. So they still have scope to buy at the ultra long end of the market. But yes, you're right. And bank of Japan governor designate ueda said this in testimony

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"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Surveillance podcast, a conversation with Carl Weinberg of high frequency economics. So the bangla Japan has work to do. The end of the fiscal year is now just a few weeks away, March 31st. And there are substantial capital losses on what I'll call the ultra long segment of the JGB market. The part where they haven't been trying to control the yield curve. So those yields are up about 70 basis points compared to where they were at the end of the last fiscal year. And that implies between 30 and ¥60 trillion worth of capital losses, which are big enough to wipe out the balance sheets of a lot of the institutions. So the bank of Japan and the finance ministry are going to be out there in size over the next few weeks buying up this asset encouraging by the asset. They're going to move the market lower. They'll do it, but it will be quite a challenge for them. How close are they? And I don't mean to an absolute owning the bond market, but on a trendline or a glide path to owning the bond market, where is the bank of Japan? Maybe use a baseball analogy. Are they in the third inning or the 8th inning of buying every Bond that's issued in Japan? Well, at the short end of the yield curve out to ten years, I think the number is about 65 to 70% of the market. And then at the ultra long end, they own a lot less because their target has been to control yields from overnight out to ten years. So they still have scope to buy at the ultra long end of the market. But yes, you're right. And bank of Japan governor designate UA does said this in testimony the other day, the BOJ can't buy

Carl Weinberg BOJ finance ministry Japan baseball
"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Surveillance podcast, a conversation with Carl Weinberg of high frequency economics. So the bangla Japan has work to do. The end of the fiscal year is now just a few weeks away, March 31st. And there are substantial capital losses on what I'll call the ultra long segment of the JGB market. The part where they haven't been trying to control the yield curve. So those yields are up about 70 basis points compared to where they were at the end of the last fiscal year. And that implies between 30 and ¥60 trillion worth of capital losses, which are big enough to wipe out the balance sheets of a lot of the institutions. So the bank of Japan and the finance ministry are going to be out there in size over the next few weeks buying up this asset encouraging by the asset. They're going to move the market lower. They'll do it, but it will be quite a challenge for them. How close are they? And I don't mean to an absolute owning the bond market, but on a trendline or a glide path to owning the bond market, where is the bank of Japan? Maybe use a baseball analogy. Are they in the third inning or the 8th inning of buying every Bond that's issued in Japan? Well, at the short end of the Yale curve out to ten years, I think the number is about 65 to 70% of the market. And then at the ultra long end, they own a lot less because their target has been to control guilds from overnight out to ten years. So they still have scope to buy at the ultra long end of the market. But yes, you're right. And bank of Japan, governor designate you ate us, said this in testimony the other day, the BOJ can't buy

Carl Weinberg BOJ finance ministry Japan baseball
"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Podcast, a conversation with Carl Weinberg of high frequency economics. So the bangla Japan has work to do. The end of the fiscal year is now just a few weeks away, March 31st. And there are substantial capital losses on what I'll call the ultra long segment of the JGB market. The part where they haven't been trying to control the yield curve. So those yields are up about 70 basis points compared to where they were at the end of the last fiscal year. And that implies O between 30 and ¥60 trillion worth of capital losses, which are big enough to wipe out the balance sheets of a lot of the institutions. So the bank of Japan and the finance ministry are going to be out there in size over the next few weeks buying up this asset encouraging by the asset. They're going to move the market lower. They'll do it, but it will be quite a challenge for them. How close are they? And I don't mean to an absolute owning the bond market, but on a trendline or a glide path to owning the bond market, where is the bank of Japan? Maybe use a baseball analogy. Are they in the third inning or the 8th inning of buying every Bond that's issued in Japan? Well, at the short end of the yield curve, out to ten years, I think the number is about 65 to 70% of the market. And then at the ultra long end, they own a lot less because their target has been to control yields from overnight out to ten years. So they still have scope to buy at the ultra long end of the market. But yes, you're right. And bank of Japan governor designate ue to us said this in testimony the other day, the BOJ can't buy

Carl Weinberg BOJ finance ministry Japan baseball
"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The latest edition of the Bloomberg surveillance podcast, a conversation with Carl Weinberg of high frequency economics. So the bang of Japan has work to do. The end of the fiscal year is now just a few weeks away, March 31st. And there are substantial capital losses on what I'll call the ultra long segment of the JGB market. The part where they haven't been trying to control the yield curve. So those yields are up about 70 basis points compared to where they were at the end of the last fiscal year. And that implies between 30 and ¥60 trillion worth of capital losses, which are big enough to wipe out the balance sheets of a lot of the institutions. So the bank of Japan and the finance ministry are going to be out there in size over the next few weeks buying up this asset encouraging by the asset. They're going to move the market lower. They'll do it, but it will be quite a challenge for them. How close are they? And I don't mean to an absolute owning the bond market, but on a trendline or a glide path to owning the bond market, where is the bank of Japan? Maybe use a baseball analogy. Are they in the third inning or the 8th inning of buying every Bond that's issued in Japan? Well, at the short end of the yield curve out to ten years, I think the number is about 65 to 70% of the market. And then at the ultra long end, they own a lot less because their target has been to control yields from overnight out to ten years. So they still have scope to buy at the ultra long end of the market. But yes, you're right. And bank of Japan, governor designate you ate us, said this in testimony the other day, the BOJ can't

Carl Weinberg bank of Japan finance ministry Japan baseball
"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 9 months ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Oh, I don't think they crave that comparison one. But innovation. Okay, okay. I just feel like maybe the young people are getting there. I don't know. Great story again. Thank you, Carol. And it is the most read on the Bloomberg in the past 8 hours. Eric schatzker, editor at large, his editorial director for Bloomberg new economy joining us in studio. Check it out. At Bloomberg dot com and of course on the Bloomberg terminal, you are listening and watching Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg radio on demand and in your podcast feed. On the latest edition of the Bloomberg Savannah's podcast, a conversation with Carl Weinberg of high frequency economics. So the bangla Japan has work to do. The end of the fiscal year is now just a few weeks away, March 31st. And there are substantial capital losses on what I'll call the ultra long segment of the JGB market. The part where they haven't been trying to control the yield curve. So those yields are up about 70 basis points compared to where they were at the end of the last fiscal year. And that implies O between 30 and ¥60 trillion worth of capital losses, which are big enough to wipe out the balance sheets of a lot of the institutions. So the bank of Japan and the finance ministry are going to be out there in size over the next few weeks buying up this asset encouraging by the asset. They're going to move the market lower. They'll do it, but it will be quite a challenge for them. How close are they? And I don't mean to an absolute owning the bond market, but on a trendline or a glide path to owning the bond market, where is the bank of Japan? Maybe use a baseball analogy. Are they in the third inning or the 8th inning of buying every Bond that's issued in Japan? Well, at the short end of the yield curve out to ten years, I think the number is about 65 to 70% of the market. And then at the ultra long end, they own a lot less because their target has been to control yields from overnight out to ten years. So they still have scope to buy at the ultra long end of the market. But yes, you're right. And bank of Japan, governor designate you ate us, said this in testimony the other day. The BOJ

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"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Brian chuck. Now this Bloomberg sports updated Yankee Stadium Aaron judge missed out on a chance to break the American League home run record going one for four with a single and two strikeouts, but the Yankees managed to pull out a 5 four win over Boston on Jose trevino's run scoring single in the bottom of the 8th inning. It was another Aaron, Aaron hicks, who homered in the third and singled home a run in the 5th inning that gave the Yankees a two one lead in the game. For hicks is 100th career Homer. Later in the 5th, the double by glaber Torres and a throwing error allowed the Yankees to take a four one lead. Boston's Alex verdugo tied the game in the sext for the three run Homer. Yankee starter Garrett Cole was ejected after completing the 6th inning by the home plate umpire, as Cole was upset with a missed call, Yankee manager Aaron Boone was tossed as well, Jonathan loisa gets the win in relief. The Met's making their first trip to Oakland since 2014, Metz leading Oakland 9 one in the bottom of the 8th inning at Argo Escobar with a Grand Slam Homer for the mets, Brandon nimmo, and rookie Mark bentos have driven in two runs apiece. Chris Bassett handcuffing his former teammates allowing just one run on four hits, over 7 plus innings, and with the braves losing to Philadelphia 9 to one for now, the mets have a two game lead over the braves in the national league east. In college football action, Syracuse came from behind and defeated Virginia 22 to 20, it was air force 48 Nevada 20. Tennis icon Roger Federer's legendary career now officially over the 20 time Grand Slam champion lost in doubles with Rafael Nadal at the labor cup in London. Leper were taken down by Francis tiafoe and Jack sock after a furious final tiebreaker. Federer won over 100 singles titles during his legendary career with his 20 grand slams, placing him third all time for most one. While the Bloomberg sports update, I'm Tom Rogers. This

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"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of Democrats and just 5% of Republicans approve of Biden with a 7% drop among Democrats since the last poll in June. I'm Jim Forbes. Now this Bloomberg sports update, Aaron judge of the Yankees does not seem to want to slow down one bit. He hits another home run on Saturday that makes it 42 on the season for him and that helps the Yankees put up an 8 to two win over Kansas City. His numbers on offense lately are mind boggling. 9 homers and 21 RBIs batting almost four 50 in ten games since the all star break. Oh, and by the way, he's tracking to hit 67 home runs on the year unless he cools off considerably. Yankees get a Nestor Cortez with the victory. He goes to 9 and three, the wrap up against the royals will be Sunday afternoon Jordan Montgomery starting that game for the Yankees. The mets turning things around in Florida this weekend. They beat the Marlins on Saturday 5 nothing. They got three solo home runs in the game, but it was the pitching of Carlos Carrasco that really got them to victory. He pitched four hit ball into the 8th inning and the mets in Marlins they'll close up that series on Sunday down in southern Florida. WNBA basketball, the liberty back working on Sunday. They've got a 2 o'clock tip against the Phoenix mercury, liberty are really struggling of late. They have won just two games in their last ten. So we'll see if they can turn things around and the NFL training camps continue some news out of giants camp. They're looking for depth at running back. They worked out devonte Booker a familiar name the G men cut him loose in March to get some cap space, but he hasn't found a home yet and the Giants might want to bring him back into the fold. He ran for 593 yards last year. That's your Bloomberg sports update. I'm Dan cattell ski. I'm Ed Baxter. And I'm Denise Pellegrini. You're listening to Bloomberg well. With David Rubenstein, part of our best of Bloomberg series. In this episode, we're hearing from Nelson peltz, CEO and founding partner of tryon partners about his investments and

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"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn roe V wade, a spokesperson for China's foreign ministry shared a Washington Post article about the ruling on Twitter saying, quote, this is how the U.S. protects human rights and women's rights in particular. She said China can understand the U.S. way of protecting human rights. The spokeswoman added the U.S. finds it quote necessary to protect the rights of an unborn child, but is okay to tolerate the shooting of children in schools. Friday's Supreme Court decision came a day after a ruling that expanded gun rights and two people are under arrest. For destructing property at the Supreme Court, where protests have continued after the roe V wade decision, U.S. capitol police say the pair allegedly through paint over the fence that separates protesters from other people at the building, USCP said in a statement they have helped multiple people with heat related issues. I'm Jim Forbes. Now the Bloomberg sports update, the highest scoring team in the league was held without a base hit on Saturday as three Astros pitchers combined to toss a no hitter against the Yankees in The Bronx. Christian Javier struck out 13 over the first 7 innings, but he was pulled after 7 with his pitch count at 115. Hector nares pitched a hitless 8th inning and Ryan Presley closed it out in the 9th for the Astros. Garrett Cole pitched well for the Yankees allowing just one run in 7 innings. It's the third no hitter in the major leagues this season and the first time the Yankees have been no hits in 6 Astros combined to do it back in 2003. The series wraps up later this afternoon with Nestor Cortez opposing Jose arched on the mound at the stadium. In Miami, Pete Alonso led the way for the match with a pair of home runs in a 5 three win over the Marlins, Alonzo went deep in the second inning, then delivered a tie breaking blast in the 8th inning to put the mets ahead to stay. He leads the national league with 22 home runs on the season. Chris Bassett went 7 innings to earn the victory, Sunday series finale in Miami is an early start with David Peterson opposing Daniel castano on the mound with the braves win over the Dodgers on Saturday night. The mets lead in the NL east remains at 5 games. In the NFL, we could be getting closer to a resolution on the status of brown's quarterback Desean Watson for the upcoming season. Watson's disciplinary hearing is reportedly slated to begin on Tuesday. There have been recent reports that the league will push for a lengthy suspension for Watson who's been accused of sexual misconduct during massage appointments by more than 20 women. It was a night off of the Stanley Cup final, game 6 is coming up Sunday Night in tempo with a lightning needing a win over the avalanche to force a game 7 of the series in Denver on Tuesday night. The status of Colorado's Andre burakovsky and Tampa's brayden point remain uncertain for Sunday Night. Golf Xander schauffele has a one shot lead over Patrick catley heading into Sunday's final round of the travelers championship in Connecticut. That's your Bloomberg sports update. I'm woody Cooper

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"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Jim Forbes. Now the Bloomberg sports update, the highest scoring team in the league was held without a base hit on Saturday as three Astros pitchers combined to toss a no hitter against the Yankees in The Bronx. Christian Javier struck out 13 over the first 7 innings, but he was pulled after 7 with his pitch count at 115. Hector nares pitched a hitless 8th inning and Ryan Presley closed it out in the 9th for the Astros. Garrett Cole pitched well for the Yankees allowing just one run in 7 innings. It's the third no hitter in the major leagues this season and the first time the Yankees have been no hits in 6 Astros combined to do it back in 2003. The series wraps up later this afternoon with Nestor Cortez opposing Jose arched on the mound at the stadium. In Miami, Pete Alonso led the way for the mets with a pair of home runs in a 5 three win over the Marlins, Alonzo went deep in the second inning, then delivered a tie breaking blast in the 8th inning to put the mets ahead to stay. He leads the national league with 22 home runs on the season. Chris Bassett went 7 innings to earn the victory Sunday series finale in Miami is an early start with David Peterson opposing Daniel castano on the mound with the braves win over the Dodgers on Saturday night. The mets lead in the NL east remains at 5 games. In the NFL, we could be getting closer to a resolution on the status of brown's quarterback Desean Watson for the upcoming season. Watson's disciplinary hearing is reportedly slated to begin on Tuesday. There have been recent reports that the league will push for a lengthy suspension for Watson who's been accused of sexual misconduct during massage appointments by more than 20 women. It was a night off for the Stanley Cup final, game 6 is coming up Sunday Night in tempo with a lightning needing a win over the avalanche to force a game 7 of the series in Denver on Tuesday night. The status of Colorado's Andre burakovsky and Tampa's brayden point remain uncertain for Sunday Night. Golf Xander schauffele has a one shot lead of her Patrick catley heading into Sunday's final round of the travelers championship in Connecticut. That's your Bloomberg sports update. I'm woody Cooper. Welcome to Bloomberg opinion. I'm vannie Quinn. This week. It's terrible to move ahead

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"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Radio dot com President Biden says there's been lots of dialog between The White House and Congress over gun violence My staff is dealing and we're doing constantly with every member of the House and Senate I was wanting to talk about guns I spent a constant interchange Talking with reporters in Delaware Friday Biden said he's ready to do anything he can to push real progress He made the remarks after Thursday's prime time speech urging lawmakers to take action to curb rampant gun violence across the U.S. A Texas state senator says the school police chief in Yuval di who was in charge during last week's massacre at rob elementary school did not have a radio on him during the police response That's according to state senator Roland Gutierrez who says unless someone was standing next to him there was no way he could have known there were 9-1-1 calls coming from inside the classroom Doctor mehmed Oz is the winner of Pennsylvania's Republican nomination for Senate David McCormick conceded the race unexpectedly Friday as a recount was underway I'm Brad Steven Now this Bloomberg sports update the rangers take a two games to none lead on their Eastern Conference final series against Tampa Bay defeating the lightning three to two in game two after the lightning took an early first period lead on a power play goal by Nikita kucherov Kyle Andre Miller and capo cacos scored later in the period together rangers a two to one lead Make us a banish and score it as 9th goal of the postseason early in the third period and Nicholas pole closed out the scoring with a late goal for Tampa Bay Igor is a sturgeon turned aside 29 shots game three Sunday and Tampa At Yankee Stadium the Yankees unleash a 15 hit attack and shutting out the Detroit tigers 13 to nothing among the 15 hits four home runs as Anthony Rizzo at Carpenter Aaron judge and Jose trevino all went deep for a judge as major league leading 20 of home run Yankee starter Garrett Cole took a perfect game into the 7th inning until the Tiger is Jonathan scope broke it up with a two ounce single coal allows two hits over 7 innings and strikes out 9 and raises his record to 5 and one Dodger Stadium the Dodgers defeat the mets 6 to one the mets getting their lone run in the top of the 7th inning on a solo shot by penal Alonso is 14th of the year The Dodgers get a pair of two run homers from Zach mckinstry and Cody Bellinger Chris Taylor with a solo shot Dodger shortstop trade Turner extends his hitting streak to 26 games Tyler Anderson now a perfect 7 and O as he gets the victory for Los Angeles press pass and takes the laws for the mets He is now four and three 18 year old coco gough plays top seat eager FinTech on the final of the French Open at 9 later this morning The men's final will be on Sunday as Rafael Nadal advances after Alexander zverev had to retire due to an injury and there is semifinal match Nadal will play Norwegian Casper rude who defeated Marin Cilic and the other semifinal Will a Bloomberg sports update I'm Tom Rogers I'm Barry holtz you're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio My extra special guest today is Dan Chong He is the chief investment officer and CEO of Alger management which runs about $35 billion in client assets He is also portfolio manager for multiple funds and strategies including the Alger spectra funds which has about four and a half $1 billion in assets in it So let's talk about a couple of different sectors that you mentioned on the one hand we're seeing stores like Home Depot do pretty well On the other hand stores like Walmart and target have had the worst drop post earnings since 1987 what do you make of this environment where even within a sector like retail you have to slice the market very finely very thin to separate the winners from the losers So I would say in the consumer landscape you know the combination of a couple of things is really pretty negative And it's reflected in the results of Walmart and target And why we're generally actually not really very much invested in retail or consumer goods One is high labor costs and high inflation matched up against not so easy for some of these companies to pass that through to the consumer with higher prices Especially when many like Walmart and target customers are feeling pressure from higher energy and food And also and very important to remember many of those companies of walmarts and targets they were able to stay open during COVID They benefited from remote work stay at home People not going to restaurants eating at home more They benefited from being open when other retailers had to close like department stores And so they saw a lot of them saw strong growth in demand for apparel home goods furnishings that kind of stuff sporting goods And Walmart and target in many ways were beneficiaries of COVID relative to other retail So right now we think in the consumer sector and we've had this actually sort of trend for a belief in a trend for a long time which is that over time the demographics of the U.S. consumer in particular it's a trend towards experiences Over things And that's definitely pre-pandemic The pandemic seemed to have temporarily reversed it when everybody stuck at home getting deliveries Exactly Exactly right And so I think in the consumer there are still things that in that experiences category that have not yet recovered from COVID is the facts Live entertainment travel are great experiences The restaurant industry to many respects Hotel industry Let me see there's a travel related But it's a little bit far and few between because if you look at the stock market of the dominant part of the consumer era is really good Many of which did fairly well during COVID Now I think we're still leaning in to companies.

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"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And one nothing meet over the hurricanes coming up in about an hour the puck will drop in Calgary as a flames are hosting the Edmonton Oilers Major League Baseball scoreboard local teams in action heading to the bottom of the 8th inning Boston 5 Houston one bottom 5 Washington Miami all tied up at three Bottom of the 6th the Yankees behind Garrett Cole shutting out Baltimore three to nothing bottom of the fourth Saint Louis Cardinals and the New York mets all tied up at two earlier San Francisco falling to Colorado 5 to three Minnesota all over the Oakland a's that was 14 to four Big game right there in terms of the score Free agent cornerback James bradberry has agreed to one year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles the 28 year old is guaranteed to make 7 and a half $1 million next season and could possibly earn two and a half million more Bradbury was released by the Giants after two years due to his salary cap number I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports update Juliette Thank you so much Dan Coming up we're going to chat to William Lee chief economist at milken institute from D.C. bill will tell us his views on what we are seeing in this market sell off We woke up here in Asia to news that the S&P 500 had a 4% slump the biggest daily drop in almost two years and we saw a more than 5% tumble in the tech heavy NASDAQ That's flowing through as you would expect into the Asian session Japan's nikkei two two 5 is down by 2.3% in early Tokyo trade And we're seeing losses of around one and a half to 2% on the other markets that are open no surprise bonds are big you've got the yield on Australia's ten year note down by 11 basis points to 3.34%.

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"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"35 on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg sports update with John stasia Thanks Nathan the next season began with them as championship contenders They had three superstars but James Harden got traded Kevin Durant got hurt and the unvaccinated Kyrie Irving for most of the season either didn't play at all or then just down the road so a bizarre net season and it ended in Brooklyn a one 16 one 12 win by the Celtics who finished off a surprising first round sweep They won all four games by single digits Jayson Tatum outplayed the Randall KD did come alive last night with 39.7 rebounds 9 assists didn't help the nets that Nick claxton was one for 11 from the free throw line four for 22 in the series was at kairi's last game as Annette sounds like it wasn't I'm just used to using that as fuel for the summer and coming to the season starting from October And just getting a good start as a team and hopefully we'll run into any barriers And we could just start fresh Everything is expected to decline at $37 million option to become a free agent says he wants to be back A few years ago he said he wanted to stay in Boston and he left The cell thinks the only team so far to advance Philadelphia was up three nothing and it's now three two as Toronto one game 5 in Philly Dallas with an easy win and up three two on Utah What a win for the mets A scoreless game in St. Louis as Max Scherzer was terrific but the Cardinals scored twice bottom of the 8th inning the mets then scored 5 in the 9th camp by a Brandon nimmo two on armor and the mets beat the cards 5 to two Yankees home tonight for Baltimore and the rangers home tonight for a big game with first place Carolina John stash Ellen Bloomberg sports Nathan Thanks John.

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"8th inning" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"8th inning" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"Adam Weiner, Thomas Karen auntie is on assignment today. He refuses to work during the Astros Red Sox ALCS. That's not true. He'll be back on Wednesday. But for now, you've got me and we're talking playoff baseball a couple of moves in Yankees universe. This will be a quick one. Not a lot has changed since the Yankees dismissed all of their coaches on Friday, but we're gonna be talking about Corey Seager, what we're seeing why it's concerning socks astras who's got the advantage and a couple of recent moves that might affect Yankee universe. Make sure to find us on Apple podcast Google podcasts, Spotify wherever you get your podcasts, drop us a 5 star review along with the mailbag question will be more than happy to answer it, but honestly, I can't imagine that you really have a mailbag question that you formulated over the past week, considering the data points have not changed. Marcus Tim's gone. PJ pilota, gone. Phil Nevin unfortunately gone, unfortunately just because we love the fire he brought, he had to go based on what we watched in October, but then again, recalibrate your expectations slightly because Sunday Night's game game two between the Dodgers and braves. There were two moments in that one that really have you scratching your head if you're a Yankee fan, both because of the future and the recent past. Number one, the Ron Washington send in the 8th inning of any Rosario who got around the tag at home scored by a fingers length around the throes Steven Susan junior from right field that was not very strong. That send was remarkably aggressive was the reason the braves won the game because ultimately they were able to tie and then they were able to walk it off and it was also barely different from what Phil Nevin orchestrated at Fenway Park in the wild card game. As much as you may not want to hear that it wasn't a terribly different scenario from what directly led to Nevin's firing Washington got lucky. Sousa's arm isn't great, that play was not made on multiple fronts, even an average right Fielder probably throws him out there. A lot of things broke in Washington's favor, Nevin challenged the Red Sox outfielders, the Red Sox outfielders dominated the Yankees end of story. Of course, we know that Phil Nevin wasn't fired because of one play at the plate. It wasn't just the Aaron judge play. It didn't help his legacy that the season basically ended when the momentum from the rest of that ending was blunted by the air and judge play. But it's 22 outs at the plate this year. I mean, that's unconscionable. There was a lot of data to work with from Phil Nevin. It basically indicated this maybe ain't gonna work out at third base anymore..

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Brewers Break Through in 8th Inning to Beat Rockies 10-4

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Brewers Break Through in 8th Inning to Beat Rockies 10-4

"Christian Yelich smacked a two run Homer while the brewers scored six times in the eighth to beat the Rockies ten four I think we just have confidence that if the if the games close we're gonna find a way just do what we gotta do that to push one across and and get it to our our late inning guys in the bullpen we feel pretty confident Martin R. virus produced a tiebreaking sacrifice fly and Louis Surrey is singled home two runs earlier in the eighth the walkie collected a season high fourteen hits and approved a four two against the Rockies this season with all four brewers winds coming in the final at that Trevor story hit a two run Homer to give the Rockies a four three lead in the fifth but Colorado fell to six and thirty on the road I'm Dave very

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