35 Burst results for "Acuna"
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Jansen has game-winning hit, Blue Jays rally to sweep Braves
"Kenny Jensen's two run single brought home Vladimir Guerrero junior and Matt Chapman as a Blue Jays beat the brave 6 5 at roger center. Jensen's game winning knock was his second hit of the afternoon, sent me more than 40,000 into a frenzy. It's a good team over there, so I had a feeling it was gonna be, you know, big blow is going back and forth throughout the series and stuff. So just kept at it. George Springer hit his 5th home run of the season, Atlanta had three home runs over their own from Ronald Acuna junior, Ozzie albies and former J Kevin pillar. Nate Pearson wanted out of the pen, as Toronto's won three in a row. John leatherbee, to run
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Acuña, Morton lift Braves to 8-4 win over Cardinals
"The braves belt three home runs in the first two innings off of losing pitcher Jake Woodford to beat the Cardinals 8 to four, Ronald Acuna junior hit a three run shot Ozzie albies contributed a two run blast in Austin Riley added a 473 foot solo Homer. One through 9 so deep so talented and you know it makes it tough on pictures, you know, because it's not one through 5 and then it's that next guy that they're having to worry about. Charlie Morton allowed three runs over 5 and a third innings to pick up the win, Paul Goldschmidt hit his first Homer of the season for the Cardinals. Mike Reeves, St. Louis.
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Olson homers twice, Strider Ks 9, Braves beat Nationals 7-1
"Matt Olson hit two of the braves four home runs on the day to back the pitching of Spencer strider as Atlanta beat the national 7 to one. Ronald Acuna junior and Olsen hit back to back solo homers to start the game off that starter and loser Josiah gray. Strider gave up three hits and struck out 9 over 6 innings of work. To go out there and just have a lead before we even recorded an out. I mean, that was great. And they play great defense too. So it's fun to play with those guys. Marcelo zuna also homered gray allowed three of the home runs and gave up 5 runs over 5 innings. Ruiz homered for the nationals. Craig heist, Washington.
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"acuna" Discussed on The Points League
"You're pretty low. Right. But I think we get to the point where like, hey, the trade deadline is tomorrow. Anyone who's roster able would get built, right? In like, we're going to see sort of, I would have sold them for a dollar. As long as I get it back. Right. And that would be that would not be great. I mean, you could do that. Anyone could theoretically do that. But you exercise and chat. But yeah, I don't know. I hope this is not the exception to the rule of not the role going forward. Yeah, I would prefer for this deal not to happen very often unless we put some stipulations in place. I couldn't really see it going wrong just based on my experiences with different members of the league. Yep. So let's move into some of the trades that happened tonight. We had three traits tonight. And it was interesting throughout the day kind of listening to different people weigh in on some of these trades. Like I have been waiting for this must go muster of trying to go down now for like 36 hours and I'm glad to finally got done. But the first one was one that I wasn't expecting. And that was Matt trading Ronald Acuna to Andrew exchange for Jake Kremlin worth and Hannah playoff hero and $30. So in Acuna is 31 keeps for 31, so what's your instant reaction on this one? I was not expecting someone to trade a coon here really. I don't know which roster you would have fit on, I can start to see what Harvey's doing, especially when you look at the Soto attorney happening as well. He's going to have to fucking bonkers out here, but there's not going to be a lot of room to put much else in there. And certainly he has some pitching decisions. He needs to make as well. But. Good trick, great trade for men. Agree. Great trade for Matt. I mean, this is one of those where I think you could, I'm not necessarily arguing this on behalf of you, but it's anything he could get for a Putin is going to be great because I just don't think he fits in lineup and the numbers don't work out. Current worth, nice little return, Hannah, if you can have a year like you did two years ago, the great deal. So those are a little bit of gravy, but just getting 30 bucks for Acuna. Good for you, man. Yeah. Yeah, I think this is an interesting discussion with you, 'cause you and I kind of think alike in terms of the value of money and where it should be allocated to. I think you're spot on with anything that Matt could have got for Acuna. He would have taken and would have been happy about. I have absolutely no idea if Conan worth or Hannah make that keeper Oscar my guess is they won't because Matt's keeper list is already pretty substantial. He has a lot of really good, cheap pitching. And he wasn't going to be able to keep Acuna. So I thought it was a fantastic deal for Matt. I think to kind of your point at the very beginning, Andrew, you know, came into the off season with the most amount of money. I think he had four 98 going into today. And really only had about four or 5 spots that he could fill his four really good young pitchers that keep for very cheap. But he really has nothing offensively to kind of get him to 90. And I was curious playing with his roster on the keeper tool, you know, what he was going to add in there, whether or not he was going to build a complete rotation, or if he was going to purchase maybe some of the players from Kaiser's roster, like a Luis Robert, or a cruise, or kind of players of that Elk who are young and cheap and he could throw some money out of them and get, but this is the other option to go buy some expensive outfielders that are at least top 5 at the position and Acuna. We'll see the bounces back a little bit like I think he was, I think it was pretty solid last year. It was pretty good. But will he be top 5? Will he be like a top three player like it was before the injury? I think is the question. So what he eats up a lot of that keeper's face, so that that definitely makes things easier for Andrew for the rest of the off season period. I don't know how many more moves he has left. I don't really see him selling much at this point and he doesn't really have room to buy that much either. So well, for me, I think he sort of kicks the can another year down the road. I think this puts him in a point. You look at this in the Soto move. This puts him at a point where he can be competitive next year. I'm not going to love his team and to be friends. I don't have his team memorized off the top of my head, but I know he emptied the gasket last year quite a bit. And so, you know, like you said, he could go one or two rounds, one sort of build for the future, go out and get some, oh shit. You know, she don't just to bring those guys back into the conversation. Some of that statue pay maybe a little bit more. I mean, you know, 61 bucks for recruiting is not a steal, but definitely we could go for 75 in the auction, I think. Oh, yeah, for sure. If he gets thrown back, he's going to go for a lot of money. No, aren't even there. So yeah, I still got freed, huh? Yeah, he's got free. He's got a lot of raise. I hope he gets TBS. I mean, with Acuna stridor and freed, I mean, let me launch a lot of brain schemes. We add in Soto, he's already at 82. Learning, he still has blurry. He has flirty, he can't keep him though, or he's not gonna keep him. He'll probably keep Josh Jung for a buck if I had to guess. I give some 7 bucks left. What are you making flirty? What does flirty keep it? Flared he keeps that. I think he's like 13. Yo. So he's over unless he wants to go into the luxury tax, which he might, but I don't think it's going to be for Jack fire. I think Jack flyer, you get tossed back. I'm guessing what I'm showing you right here, which is George Kirby Logan Gilbert, max fried Ronald junior, Spencer strider Juan Soto Josh Jung and MJ Melendez. That's what he's keeping at this moment. Maybe he moves on from MJ Melendez, but he had a pretty good season. And Josh John showed some promise. So my guess is he's going to keep something that looks a lot like this. Unless he makes a massive deal consolidating some of that starting pitching for like a Jacob de Grom or something. That would be yeah, I don't think he would, to be honest. I think he either does a massive trade and just goes basically Soto Acuna and de Grom nola esque type roster, which would be, I can't remember the last time anyone's really done that and gone with that approach. But if he doesn't, I don't think this is what his roster is going to look like. I think he'll make some more moves. Maybe I just can't see him moving on from that four Spencer strider, I think, is this year's Shane mcclanahan. I mean, that dude struck out an absurd amount of hitters in not many. I think he pitched like a 130 innings last year. He struck out over 200 batters. It was nuts. What Spencer strider is doing. I would not, I would not trade that nucleus for wouldn't trade him. I don't see him keeping Melendez
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Acuña homers twice, Braves beat Nationals 8-2 to tie for 1st
"Ronald Acuna junior Homer twice to lead the braves to an 8 to two win over the nationals moving Atlanta into a first place tie with the mets in the NL east Acuna went back to back with Orlando RC in the 5th inning off starter and loser Paula was spino Acuna through an interpreter said he knows what's at stake The hope is to win tomorrow and then hope is to have just a good series against New York this weekend and I think you know It feels like the divisions on the line there Michael Harris had a two run triple and scored twice and Eddie Rosario doubled home a run Colin McHugh got the win in relief Craig heist Washington
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Acuña delivers late, Braves outlast Phillies 8-7 in 11
"The brave score two runs in the top of the 11th inning for an 8 7 win over the Phillies Atlanta took the way for good when an RBI single by Ronald Acuna junior they got an insurance run on a single by Michael Harris the second that enabled the braves to stay one and a half games behind the first place mets in the national league east We just want to go out there and win every night regardless if the mets win or lose As long as we win we can't control what they do So we just try to do what we can do and go out there and win every night Kyle schwarber hit a pair of solo home runs for the fills who saw their magic number to clinch a playoff birth go down to 8 Michael luongo Philadelphia
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"AP sports I'm Dave ferry and it was smooth sailing for the nation's top 5 college football teams head coach Kirby smart watched his top ranked Georgia bulldogs role to a 48 7 win over South Carolina Bulldogs QB stetson Bennett threw for two TDs and ran for another Number two Alabama had an even easier time Crushing Louisiana Monroe 63 7 the tides price young through for three touchdowns and rushed for another CJ strapped through for 5 touch dances third ranked Ohio State clobber Toledo 77 21 Blake quorum tied a school record with 5 touchdown runs his number 5 Michigan blue out Connecticut 59 zero 5th ranked Clemson toppled Louisiana tech 48 20 Baseball and the mets still lead the NL east by a game over the braves Chris Bassett tossed 6 solid in exist New York B Pittsburgh 5 to one Eduardo Escobar hit a three run Homer for the amazings Ronald Acuna junior hit a two run Homer and had four RBIs for Atlanta in a four three one over the Phillies I'm Dave ferry AP sports
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Acuña accounts for all 4 runs as Braves hold off Phillies
"Ronald Acuna drove in all four braves runs as Atlanta tapped the Philadelphia Phillies four to three Acuna Homer in the second with a man on then doubled the drive in two more in the fourth I feel like I approach all my bats with the same level of confidence whether there's runners on base or not but for the obvious reasons it's good to have a song so you can drive them in Atlanta starter Jake odorizzi went four and two thirds and held the pills to just a run on two hits Brave second baseman Ozzy albies who returned Friday from an 81 game IL stent left in the 5th inning with a broken pinky finger on his right hand Gary mckillop's Atlanta
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Acuna homers in 6-run 8th, Braves beat Phillies 7-2
"Ronald Acuna junior hit a two run Homer to give the braves a three two lead in the 8th His teammates piled on four more as a braves overcame the Phillies 7 two Acuna's Homer was only his 12th all season as he battles back from knee surgery and brings out Fielder Michael Harris enjoyed seeing his teammate produce the big hit I was huge for him to do that there I mean it's been kind of a while since he hit a home run So for him to do it there and give us a lead It definitely fired him up and he fired us up to spray second basement as he all bees returned after missing 81 games due to a wrist fracture and knocked in two with a double Jim Hart Atlanta
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Wright wins 17th; Riley, Acuña homer as Braves edge Rockies
"Pitching in the long ball gave the Atlanta Braves a three to two win over Colorado and snapped a three game braves losing streak It was Kyle Wright on the mound who dazzled rockies hitters over 7 picking up his major league leading 17th win of the season I'm just trying to do to do my job the best that I can And for me it's find a way to pitch deep in the game and save the bullpen a little bit And ultimately give us a chance to win Austin Riley had a two run home run in the first and Ronald Acuna had a solo shot in the 5th Gary McGill Atlanta
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"acuna" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"Back at the Acuna border shelter, domingue Paul and cattle fan fan are making the most of a bad situation. On a sunny November day, they are lined up in jackets with suitcases and their two kids. Ready to start their new lives in Mexico. They are headed to torion at day's bus ride south of Acuna. That's where local business owners have agreed to help Haitians find jobs there in order to close down this Haitian migrant shelter. Fan fan smiles and anticipation of finally leaving. Ben fan thanks the Mexican people and says this town Acuna has a heart of gold. They would be dead without the generosity. She's ready to move on with her life, especially for her kids, both Chilean citizens. She hopes they can forgive her and
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Contreras, Rosario, Acuña lead Braves' blowout win over Mets
"The Atlanta raves pounded out 15 hits and scored 13 runs en route to a solid 13 to one thrashing of the first place New York mets Ronald Acuna led the braves hit parade with three doubles and three runs batted in braves manager Brian snitker Guiding beach on the bases the defense his arm but back I mean it's just really nice when he kind of starts hitting on all cylinders William Contreras and Eddie Rosario had back to back home runs for the braves in the second but Atlanta put the game away with an 8 run outburst in the 6th Gary mackillop's Atlanta
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Acuña, Olson power Braves to doubleheader sweep of Marlins
"The braves took a pair from the Marlins winning 5 to two and 6 to two Ronald Acuna junior had two hits in both games including a Homer on the first pitch of the nightcap Von Grissom and Matt Olson homered in game two helping Atlanta when its 5th in a row since dropping four or 5 to the mets last weekend Call ups Kyle Muller and Ian Anderson picked up the victories Mueller allowed two runs and three hits over 5 innings and Anderson gave up two runs over 6 frames Tommy Trump doubled twice singled and drove in three in game one His first major league action of the season I'm Dave ferry
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Acuña, Rosario lead Braves past Mets 9-6 in NL East showdown
"The land of braves exploded for four runs in each of the first two innings and held on for a 9 to 6 win over the mets Eddie Rosario had a three run Homer and an RBI double Michael Harris two hits including his tenth Homer and he knows Atlanta trails the mets by three and a half in the NL east It means a lot It's a lot of history between us and the Met so you gotta go out there and try to win the series dominate early Like we did tonight and just try to get at least three more wins the rest of the series Why don't the Cunha had four hits met start a Taiwan walker allowed 8 runs getting knocked out in the second inning Mike mancuso New York
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HR Derby matchups set: Top-seeded Schwarber vs Pujols
"The matchups are set for Monday's home run Derby National league home run leader Kyle schwarber has drawn the top seed The Philly slugger will take on cardinals DH Albert Pujols in the quarterfinals and Metz first baseman Pete Alonso will go against braves outfielder Ronald Acuna junior Pujols is in his 5th Derby and Alonso hopes to become the first three peak champ Rangers star Corey Seager faces Mariners rookie phenom Julio Rodriguez and national slugger Juan Soto goes head to head with Cleveland's José Ramírez before the semifinals begin I'm Dave
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Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton Named All-Star Starters
"Aaron judge and Giancarlo Stanton will represent the Yankees and will be teammates with angel stars Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani on the AL squad So will Toronto's Alejandro Kirk and Vladimir Guerrero junior Dodgers Mookie betts and Trey Turner will make up two thirds of the NL starting outfield The AL lineup includes Astros second baseman Jose Altuve White Sox shore stopped Tim Anderson and Red Sox third baseman Rafael Devers Ronald Acuna junior of the braves made the NL starting lineup as did cubs catcher Wilson Contreras Cardinals first baseman Paul Goldschmidt Padres third baseman Manny Machado and giants outfielder jock Peterson I'm Dave
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Fried wins 8th in row, Riley homers, Braves rout Reds 9-1
"Max fried state hot so did the braves in a 9 one pounding of the reds Frida's 8 no and 14 starts since losing his first two outings of the season He allowed one run and 5 hits and 7 innings with four strikeouts and no walks Austin Riley put Atlanta ahead to stay in the first inning with his team high 19 film run Ronald Acuna junior went two for three and was hit by a pair of pitches in his return to the lineup Dance V Swanson added a three run Homer in the 7th for the defending World Series champs who are 22 and 6 since the start of June I'm Dave
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"acuna" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Time for a check of sport from around the world here's Dan schwarzman. Thanks, Brian. RMC is reporting that Neymar is looking to leave PSG this summer with a club willing to let the 30 year old leave before his contract runs out in 2026. Sources say Juventus has interest in the striker, with Chelsea and Newcastle United also looking to make a move for the Brazil international. AS reports that Neymar's representatives have already begun discussions with Juventus regarding a possible move. Sport in Spain says that Barcelona will make one more offer to buy a Munich for Robert Lewandowski in the range of €50 million with a bleeping that the Bundesliga giants will finally let the 33 year old lead Germany for a new challenge. Lewandowski has made it clear he does not want to continue with Byron and wants to play in the Catalan capital. Sky Sports though is reporting that Byron is sticking with a firm €60 million valuation for the Poland international. The Colorado avalanche are looking to wrap up the franchise's first Stanley Cup since the 2002 1001 season as the abs are in Tampa facing the two time defending champion lightning in game 6 with Colorado leading the series three games to two. Tampa center brayden point is missing his fourth straight game due to lower body injury originally suffered on May 14th. Atlanta Braves star Ronald Acuna junior is not the lineup tonight against the LA Dodgers after fouling a ball off his left foot on Saturday. Acuna who returned earlier this year from a torn ACL says, he can't put pressure on the ailing foot. On the season the 24 year old is hitting two 81, the 7 home runs in 18 RBIs in 43 games. I'm dance sportsman that your Bloomberg won't sports op being. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Hi everybody, 47 minutes past the hour. We update markets every quarter hour here on Bloomberg radio and Brian Curtis in the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in Hong Kong. The Hanks hang index has charged up 1.7% 380 points to show getting above the 100 day moving average, all sectors are higher, in fact, only about 8 or 9 stocks are down in the hang seng index consumer discretionary by far the best performing sector of 3.7%. The Hanks hang tech index itself as rally 2.7% and you have companies like Alibaba up more than 4%, Tencent with gains of about 2% this morning and such is the rally as mentioned. You did have a jump in cases in Macau up another 96 cases to a total of three 57 for the outbreak there, COVID cases, and yet the gaming companies are doing quite well. Galaxy at the moment of 3.8% we mentioned that sans John was at 5%. When Macau up a similar margin, around the rest of the region, also quite a bit of bullishness here, we have oil prices down about 6 tenths of 1% this morning, so that's part and parcel of the drop in commodities that we've seen over the past ten days to two weeks, and it's helping fuel some hopes that maybe inflation is close to peaking, although that's not exactly what we're hearing from policy makers. Let's run through some of the numbers that cost me up one and a half percent, the tye X up one and three quarters percent, the nikkei with the rally of 9 tenths of a percent still have utilities rallying over 2% in the Tokyo session. A dollar yen, one 34 65, and let's take a look at the offshore Chinese currency. It is trading at 6 68 68 stronger now even than the onshore. And that is a Bloomberg business flash. Headline news with Ed Baxter in San Francisco head. All right, Brian, thank you, Shanghai's declared victory in defending the city from any more damage from COVID. Beijing reports out two local infections day to today. China's president Xi Jinping will, in fact, visit Hong Kong to mark the city's 25th anniversary
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"acuna" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is Bloomberg daybreak Asia. It's a quarter past the hour now, time for check of sport from around the world here's Dan schwarzman. Thanks, Brian. RMC is reporting that Neymar is looking to leave PSG this summer with a club willing to let the 30 year old leave before his contract runs out in 2026. Sources say Juventus has interest in the striker, which Chelsea and Newcastle United also looking to make a move for the Brazil international. AS reports that Neymar's representatives have already begun discussions with Juventus regarding a possible move. Sport in Spain says that Barcelona will make one more offer to buy in Munich for Robert Lewandowski in the range of €50 million with a bleeping that the Bundesliga giants will finally let the 33 year old lead Germany for a new challenge. Lewandowski has made it clear he does not want to continue with Bayern and wants to play in the Catalan capital. Sky Sports though is reporting that Byron is sticking with a firm €60 million valuation for the Poland international. The Colorado avalanche are looking to wrap up the franchise's first Stanley Cup since the 2002 1001 season as the abs are in Tampa facing the two time defending champion lightning in game 6 with Colorado leading the series three games to two. Tampa center brayden point is missing his fourth straight game due to lower body injury originally suffered on May 14th. Atlanta Braves star Ronald Acuna junior is not in the lineup tonight against the LA Dodgers after fouling a ball off his left foot on Saturday. Acuna who returned earlier this year from a torn ACL says he can't put pressure on the ailing foot. On the season the 24 year old is hitting two 81 to 7 home runs in 18 RBIs in 43 games. I'm Dan sportsman that your Bloomberg won't sports op aid. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business lives. We had fight the rally in the U.S. equity market on Friday with the S&P 500 jumping about 3% the catalyst was a reported drop in long-term expectations for consumer inflation and this has some in the market wondering whether the fed is having some modest success already in cooling demand, and if that is the case, perhaps the fed will have a little ability to temper its degree of tightening and avoid a severe recession. Very little movement in the bond market in Friday session with a ten year treasury last quoted at 3.13% two year at 3.06%. The dollar was a bit weaker with the Bloomberg dollar spot index dropping around three tenths of 1%. We also have a weaker yen down about two tenths of 1% in New York trading right now trading around one 35 ten. Chicago Nike futures here at 26,850 that's more than 300 points above where we were in the cash market Friday in Tokyo. So it's likely we could see a little push to the upside for Japanese equities in terms of the oil patch
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Fugitive inmate, ex-jail officer in custody after manhunt
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Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"acuna" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"And just reading from a press release here, I haven't seen the broadcast yet, obviously, but supposedly it will incorporate new on screen graphics that include innovative new probabilities based forecasts of different situational outcomes. So not just when expectancy, I guess, but maybe what are the odds of something happening at this particular time, which I think I've seen that before, but not for a while, and then they're also going to have highlights in life lookings, from other games, and then on screen call outs about batters walk up songs from Apple music, just some corporate synergy there. I guess you can identify what the walk up songs are. We're gonna make my iPhone talk to them. Hate this. Oh yeah, 'cause then it says test their knowledge of baseball trivia with help from Siri. And in a first for MLB games Friday night baseball will feature rules analysis and interpretation from former MLB umpire Brian Gorman, which is interesting. I mean, that's a staple of NFL broadcasts, for instance. I don't know whether we need that in MLB broadcast, which is, I guess, why we haven't had it up to this point. I would think that a lot of games, I don't know that Brian Gorman would have that much to say about rules analysis and interpretation, especially if the umpires are now addressing the crowd and the people at home on the mic when something happens with a replay. How often would an empire really have anything substantive to add? I'm pyres are interesting. I'm interested to hear from umpires happy to hear from them. But maybe we should have umpires in the booth just full time as analysts like, why not? We have former players former umpires could be interesting, but yeah, there aren't that many times that I'm watching a game and I'm thinking, I wish a former MLB umpire were there to explain this to me. I guess if you get the right game, then it could be great if it happens to be one with some kind of controversial or cryptic call, but most of the time, yep, he was out because he beat the throw to the bag there and he was not tagged and therefore he was safe. I mean, I don't know that there's all that much to add in most instances. Yeah, it doesn't seem like there's going to be a lot of variability of use there. And it's weird to do it now when we have the umps explaining replay review on the field. Like, isn't this the least useful time to do this? Because we were getting better rules explanations in game. Yeah, that seems odd. I was surprised that the during the NCAA tournament, they had gene territory doing reviews in basketball. And he was a football guy famously, so I don't know. I feel like the former official input into game still has some optimization. Right, yeah. All right, so a little bit of news before we wrap up. So we had extensions. We had non extensions. We also had some Ronald Acuna comments about Freddie Freeman that caught a lot of attention here, Acuna was doing an interview and sounds like there's no love lost between those two or they're just wasn't really any love or relationship to begin with other than the fact that they were on the same team Acuna was asked what he would miss about Freeman and he said nothing. He basically said that they didn't talk that they were workplace proximity associates. They played for the same team in the same stadium in the same Clubhouse, but other than that, it sounds like they didn't interact a whole lot and Acuna. Also seems to be holding a bit of a grudge over Freeman doing some enforcing. It seems like of standards and anti rookie rules early in Acuna's career kind of upholding the way we play and this is the way we look kind of thing, which Freeman, I mean, we think of him as a friendly and personable person. He certainly comes off that way and seems that way. He was also kind of taken under the wing of Brian McCann and Chipper Jones and sort of the old school right way to play type Atlanta players. And so Freeman said, you know, he responded to Acuna's comments and he said, he misses Acuna and loves Acuna. He also did kind of cop to being the Clubhouse police and basically said like, well, the organization had some standards about where you wear your eye black or how far down your face it goes and that kind of thing. And so it sounds like he was one of the people talking to Acuna as the upstart rookie hey that's not how we do things or how we wear things or whatever with the braves. It's not necessarily that he was giving him grief about bat flips or whatever, but it sounds like there was a culture clash there, which is maybe not unexpected given the different places they come from, the different ages, like, I don't know that I expected them to be besties or anything. But still, it's notable just because when a player leaves a team after being there for a long time, especially a player with the standing of Freeman, generally former teammates will be like, oh yeah, he's the best going to miss him, et cetera, et cetera. It's just kind of a courtesy. Whether they really mean it or not. And the Cunha was just not going to play that game. So those comments made the rounds. Yeah, I hope that there can be some reflection why I hope there can be two bits of reflection. The first is that we are all well served to probably remember that we don't have a great sense of, or we might not always have a great sense of like what the dynamics between players are and how this stuff is litigated and we should just, you know, be mindful that we're not, we're not in the Clubhouse. And so, you know, we don't want to assume good things were bad things about guys based on what we think we know, but I also hope that there's some self reflection on the part of guys in Freeman's place where it's like, yeah, maybe you think you're helping out because you're trying to help a younger player understand sort of like the how we do things of a Clubhouse, but you're also in a position where you can be like, we have this young dynamic player and he's super exciting and like what he's doing and the way he plays the game isn't harming anyone and inspiring a.
"acuna" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Jeff, when I look at the Atlanta Braves of 2021, the name that comes to mind still is the name of the guy who is not available. And that's of course Ronald Acuna junior. They're superstar. They're all world outfielder. Who we've talked to you about for a long time on this show. He's been out since July because of a knee injury. How did that knee injury inadvertently paved the way for the braves to get to this World Series? So this happened when we were in Denver at the All-Star Game. And that night. We had a big ESPN dinner and I remember getting a text, just said ACL. And I was like, oh God, no. Breaking news here on SportsCenter Ronald Acuna junior will need to undergo season ending surgery after an MRI showed a complete tear of his right ACL. I think I'd add a glass of wine and I gotta go on SportsCenter. And I'm setting up my computer in my hotel room. It's a total debacle at that point. And I say this to set up the fact that I believe on SportsCenter that night, I said, this almost certainly means that the Atlanta Braves come the July 30th trade deadline will be sellers. If the braves are going to be anything at this deadline, it's going to be a team that is trading players away rather than looking to acquire. What I didn't know was Alex anthopoulos, the president of baseball operations for the Atlanta Braves. Believed in this team still. And so you lose Acuna, a top 5 player in baseball. You're pitching SAP as a question mark, your bullpen kinda stinks. All these things, and the fact that you're behind the mets in the standings, lead one to believe potentially that, yeah, you know, maybe this isn't just our year. But Alex anthopoulos does not operate that way. And he went out and started by getting jock Peterson and continued by completely remaking his outfield. A point of weakness for the team all season long on the fly. Atlanta essentially remade its team for a bunch of low level, high risk prospects, non prospects, or in one case, just straight cash. And the way that they were able to maneuver and end up with what they've got now is one of the more incredible stories of trade deadline maneuvering, I've seen in my almost 20 years covering baseball. And Jeff, like in your defense here, right? When you look at the regular season standings, I mean, it does not foretell dominance from these Atlanta Braves, right? I mean, ten teams made these playoffs and of those ten teams, nobody had a worse record than the braves. Nobody Toronto, Seattle, they won more games than Atlanta they missed the playoffs. I mean, you can go down the list and all these mathematical comparisons to make the point. So how did this team full of a bunch of groceries that nobody thought would amount necessarily to this feast? How do they get past the Dodgers who won a 106 games? How do they get past them in the NLCS? I want to start by saying if, you know, we can look at record, but we also should look at Ron differential. The brakes had a plus one 34 run differential. It was better than Milwaukee was better than St. Louis. It was better than your Yankees. It was better than the Red Sox. So this wasn't like some kind of scrub ass team that just backed its way through a poor division into a playoff spot. We have to remember what the braves do have. And we talked about the great infield of the Houston Astros. Atlantis got a pretty great infield itself with Freddie Freeman first base, Ozzie albee's second base dance be Swanson at short and Austin Riley, who's in the midst of an extreme breakout year at third. They've got Travis darno behind the plate. They've got starting pitching. Certainly all you need is three starters it seems these days. And they've got Charlie Morton. Ian Anderson and the best of the three this year max freed. And what they've got in the bullpen is what made the difference Pablo between them advancing to the World Series and them being just another braves team in a long line of them to flame out. And the idea that I would be sitting here and talking about the Atlanta Braves bullpen being a strength. When the most constant thing in September and early October was Will Smith trending on Twitter, and we're not talking for like getting jiggy with it Pablo. No, Jeff, we're talking about no, we're talking about Will Smith Atlanta's closer. Who, over the last month of the season, was like a walking nitroglycerin prescription. I mean, if you watched Will Smith, at the end of games, your chance of a heart attack went up by a good 75%. And the fact that that guy has not given up a run, this postseason. The fact that the Tyler Matic, who was almost out of baseball a couple of years ago, had the yips has turned into this absolute monster leaver. The fact that AJ minter hasn't given up, this is like nasty boys two. And the braves, they're just full of surprises. At the beginning of the playoffs, if you had told me that Atlanta was going to advance the World Series, I would have thought that completely crazy things would have needed to happen in order to make that a reality. And the truth Pablo is that nothing crazy really happened. They were just better than the Dodgers. But one of the things I do feel like qualifies as crazy, Jeff, is the fact that the NLCS MVP is Eddie Rosario. And on that, I mean, I think of what was said after his home run in game 6 against the Dodgers a three run Homer by Eddie Rosario. He just electrified this crowd and the braves have a four one lead. Who is Eddie Rosario and where the hell did he come from? So I come to you, Jeff. On the eve of the World Series to ask you exactly the same question. Who the hell is he? And where the hell did he come from? Eddie Rosario is a 30 year old left Fielder from Puerto Rico. And more than a decade ago, he was taken by the Minnesota Twins in the draft and sort of slowly worked his way up the chain, stuck in the big league because he could hit a little bit. He's a guy who had 30 plus home runs one year who is famous for not walking, like ever. He's just a free.
The Propaganda Rodolfo Acuna Wrote to Mexicans in the U.S.
"One 23 not only is the United States said to be a white dominant systematically racist society pressing all people of color But the country is very existence is a legitimate due to its colonization of Mexico's land This is what's argued hence the true natives are the indigenous Mexicans not the whites who promote racist nativism And this is being taught in our schools and so forth and obviously it's something that many journalists really embrace There was a book in 1972 written by a guy called a Kuna called occupied America And the author writes Mexicans slash chicanos in the United States today are on a press people They are citizens but their citizenship is second class at best Their exploited and manipulated by those with more power and sadly many believe that the only way to get along in Anglo America is to become Americanized themselves see what I'm saying Here Mexican American in your patriotic you've been Americanized you've got a problem
The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"acuna" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"That the fed has to be confident that it is achieved its goals and those goals are full employment and inflation of two percent and that seems to be the same goal for taper as it is for liftoff but before i really get into that discussion and those discussions came during acuna period. Wanna talk a little bit more about one of the comments that he made during his prepared remarks and again that had to do with inflation and pows acknowledgement that. The inflation rates have been elevated. But he blames it entirely on these supply chain bottlenecks. He talks about how those bottlenecks have pushed up the inflation rate and how those bottlenecks will potentially continue to make the inflation rate higher for a short period of time. I don't know maybe a few more months but nowhere in those prepared remarks and of course nowhere during the cuny that followed does the federal reserve ever accept any responsibility for those higher inflation numbers so none of it is a function of monetary policy. It's got nothing to do with too much money. It's just not enough stuff. And that's all because of these supply chain bottlenecks that are obviously going to unclog and free up sometime soon. But how did mention that. Of course the federal reserve does have tools and it stands ready to use those tools if inflation actually does become a bigger problem than they think and of course that is the bluff because if the fed actually was willing to use the tools it would've already used them the fact that those tools are still buried in the shed someplace proves that they have no intention of using those tools even if they can find him but he also indicated in his statement that since there has been so much progress made to achieving the feds goals that it would become appropriate or it may become appropriate rather to begin a gradual tapering process. So in other words we're closer to beginning a gradual process. Maybe soon is basically what he's saying. All sorts of conditional words. Maybe it will be appropriate. Well maybe it won't be appropriate. We're going to begin but it's going to be gradual. And how do they know. I mean gradual does even make any sense in the context of during the qna. Powell said that he believed that the taper would be finished by the end of next year because he has repeatedly said and he said again today. That the liftoff in raids won't begin until after the taper is finished meaning they have completely tapered. Qe down to zero where the fed is no longer buying any bonds. And in fact. Powell said himself in response to a question as to whether or not he would raise interest rates before they're finished tapering and his response was that that policy wouldn't even make any sense because he acknowledged that as long as the fed is buying bonds and doing qe..
Sleep With Me
"acuna" Discussed on Sleep With Me
"To sleep to keep you companies you drift off into. Take your mind of stuff with you. Know wild outside of the box ideas outside of the inner tube box Where yeah we've got by sue will serve it. Looks like you just have bicycle pumps in inner tubes in say will that is what we have exactly in here at a a tube town. Maybe that's what we call it. And yes maybe we do have tube down to tops. In this is a franchise -able thing one day Stoop down llc future future something at like way that sounds But with a it a. It's the place wherever where there's a two per everybody. Multiple tubes have multiple sized tubes A tell you what we got it. We got our q not acuna in the back. Rnd indeed department in the back. We're working on Hexagon tubes swear tubes. Newsy we'll we'll we'll we'll fit in these are just tubes here to be pumped up you hear. Grab a pump Do you prefer foot bumper a hand pump or something. You know no lecture. That's what i was saying. It the dawn of humanity. That's what this is on one of our other commercials. I'm working and there was a time. And then there was a development and then there was a dawning of ju- wheels and gears in chains. Those things he ended. Tha you know changes in tires in all was innertube. Search within tires in those would go flat or low on air and they would need to be pumped with vigor or slow and steady motion but at some point two became mechanized order automated and maybe even machine learning got involved by the time. You're hearing this message In one thing we lost when we lost the ability to pump our own tubes was the joy of two pumping and here to town with brought joy to bumping back And we found is eight. It it's a fourfold pass of to pumping joy the joy to inflation the pressure relief of over inflation. That the irony and digest suggests general sense of wellbeing caused by pumping up tubes sa- overpumping number or for some draining the tubes and.
The Big Picture
Gene and Roger: Partners Shared Unique Relationship
"In nineteen ninety-one jean-ann. Roger sat down for acuna with playboy magazine. The interview was nearly ten thousand words long. And you've really gotta read it. Imagine an intense couples therapy session. But with stories about marker sese and tom cruise thrown in it also gives a good glimpse at how gene and roger were getting along their relationship. Status wasn't quite thumbs up or thumbs down. It was more sideways in the playboy interview. They go out of their way to complement each other. But it's also clear that the years of squabbling between the two had done some damage and the things had taken a turn for the worse at one point. Jean says i felt strange from roger the last month to we've been drifting apart but as the nineties went on gene and roger sometimes awkward union would become less contentious. Thanks to some big events in their offscreen lives. Here's marlene eagleton. Jeans wife the most dramatic change came about. After rogers marriage. The chat nineteen ninety. Two and gene was a bubble husband and father for family was to joy inker and when roger married chance he experience like the same thing with her enter children and our grandchildren and it just became a strong bond between the two of them that they weren't headed but the edges started too often.
You're Welcome with Hilary Rushford
"acuna" Discussed on You're Welcome with Hilary Rushford
"For your welcome in f- vans brand. Hello happy wednesday. I am so passionate about this topic. We're gonna talk about today. It is near and dear to my heart. And i beg of an employer you whether you are single or even as importantly if someone in your life that you love is single if you have single friends if you have a single daughter or niece this reminds me this topic of a previous episode that you and i both love olympic below on how to be a good friend in grief i think it is so powerful and poignant when we can really try to put ourselves in the shoes of someone who is going through an experience that is different from our own so especially for those of you who have been married for a long time got married at a young age or maybe even don't desire to ever get married and yet there are people in your life that very much do want to be in relationship nbn love. I hope that today. I while presently being at a place of being married presently as though it's going to change in the future but i mean that in the past i was single for so long in. This was an area that was so dear to my heart in so deeply. Painful to me. And so while. I'm not sharing sharing from my scars. Not my wound. I am not. I chose not to share from that wound so to speak when i was single when it did feel very vulnerable and it was not something that i was interested in speaking in the midst of or feeling observed about and now that i have been in relationship for many years it nonetheless is so important to me to in hindsight talk about Because i i remember it viscerally. And i want to remember it viscerally. I want to stay deeply. Empathetic chew myself in that season of my life and to anyone who finds himself in it so. This conversation arose. Because i was hosting acuna over on my instagram stories. And just said how. Can i help you know what what you want to talk about. So many people happened to message. Do you have any advice on dating on singleness for those of us that are looking for our person and so i asked the audience over there. Is this something that you went on. And talk about on the podcast. Because i care so much about the topic. I did not feel like i could try to answer it. In a fifteen or sixty second slide on instagram stories. And i try to be conscious and cautious whenever possible about the topics that are just too tough to speak about in our short attention spans on instagram. I love instagram. And i try to give as much depth as quickly as possible over there but it is also why. I am so grateful that you spend time with me in both places and we can have these deeper conversations on the podcast to really honor the times that we need them so handful of things that i wanna.
Entrepreneur on FIRE
"acuna" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"How do entrepreneurship traits translate to the job search process so many people aspire to either a better job or a better life and i think what really distinguishes a lot of the entrepreneurs that i have met from sort of the average individual Is there thirst to learn and their willingness to do research and to go deep on topics. And i feel like the people who have the most success in job search or the people who do research on the companies that they're applying to because not only does the research help them apply to the right companies. But that research shows and shows incredibly well when you get to the actual interview in any interview. What you really want to do is have a conversation not acuna and so if they're just asking you questions and you're just talking about yourself guarantee in ninety percent of cases you're not going to get that job but if you are willing to actually learn something about the company or become a user of its product or do the research on the reviews that had been written online. Every one of those is a meaty topic where you can then ask them questions and or workshop with them in the interview and let me tell you that another thing. We learned from the psychological research. Is that when you get people talking about themselves. You are winning. The the impulse to talk about ourselves is so strong. It triggers the same parts of our brain. That sex in chocolate does. So if you wanna make your interviewer happy which then makes them. Positively inclined towards you. You wanna make sure you're talking about subjects where they have a lot to contribute. Wow fire nation. Research apply to the right company. It's not just about getting the job this is your life is how you're going to be spending your days so you want love. The company like the company believe in the company's mission est. Message do your research. And i loved that phrase e us in have a conversation. This isn't about qna there'll be the rapid fire. This is a conversation. And i love this part in your book and i quote don't network for a job network for a relationship. What do you mean by this. And can you give an example or to a lot of people think of networking particular lay when they're in a job search as a quest to find work as fast as possible and really i would encourage to instead. Think of it as a quest to introduce yourself to as many people as possible in the shortest amount of time that you can and the reason why you wanna do. This is over and over again. What we see is that it is we contacts not strong contacts within a network that lead to employment and the reason why is obvious so the people you end up knowing really well tend to know a lot of the same people you do and they know a lot of the same opportunities you do so often when somebody gets referred to a job. It's a friend of a friend who is the reason that it works. And here's the crazy thing is goes back to bias. The known quantity bias is incredibly powerful..
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"acuna" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Junior Freddie Freeman, Ronald Acuna Jr. 2021 Major League Baseball lost. Our game coverage begins Tuesday at seven Eastern on ESPN Radio and on the ESPN at Presented by credit karma. Kevin situation, PJ Carlesimo. It's a slippery slope. It appears that Milwaukee's dancing with here early in the third quarter, Yeah, they're not defending very well. They've been outscored 13 to 9. If this challenge goes against him, Phoenix is right back in it, and Yannis is doing all the scoring. That's okay. But the other guys have got to join the frank. PJ. It's very interesting because it looked for a split second, like P. J. Tucker was moving Cast E. J. B N Doris. However, Kim Johnson has led up my timeline on Twitter. Yeah, well kept and P. J. It is an unsuccessful challenge for Mike Budenholzer. And this replay review was brought to you by YouTube TV. Cameron Johnson had the sniper from the outside that run at the basket and Duncan a chance for three come up, and for the record doors tonight did have the block call. We felt that that's what it was. And we didn't have to hear Steve Javie. We don't need Javy up here. Cameron Johnson completes the three point play 69 59 sons within 10. 7 50 left third quarter here in game number three. Chris Middleton behind the honest streak for three. No good crowd of the rebound and a quick outlet to Chris Paul, trying to get it into single digits finds Johnson on the run right to left. Reverse layup gets the roll. Cam Johnson gets the sun's within eight playing faster, Getting out transition. Easy buckets. A two run for the Phoenix Suns. Okanagan sets up on the right side. Middleton's in the corner gets it from Tucker Middleton, left hand drive into the lane feet stuck around the bounce blocked by Crowder out of bounds. Phoenix last to slap it and hang on. We're going to get a tie, possession or, well, Scott Foster originally said. Stay here with Milwaukee. Many Decided to go with a jump ball. Scott Foster our lead officials 21st Finals game that he's working Eric Lewis in his fourth James Williams in his very first finals game. It was Excuse me. Just how many times do you think the Phoenix Suns that had this lineup on the floor this year? Maybe never. That's what I would cast. We'll have to ask money on the day off. It'll be Bridges and Tucker to jump it free throw line to the right Scott Foster holding the ball holding the ball. Now it's away. Tap bridges loose on the floor. Bridges comes away with it and nobody is on the other end, he'll start to the finish will slam at home and the sons are now within six. All the buck stop. They didn't think Richelle Bridges has allowed to pick it up, but after it's touched by another Player he can. Here's Yanis great. No look jump past downloaded content for the lay in match five assists for Young, his first of the second half. Spinning through a screen into the front.
WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"acuna" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Brightest young stars was carted off the field. The Braves Ronald Acuna Jr landed awkwardly after trying to make a leaping catch at the warning track, tried to limp off with trainers but stopped about halfway and the cart was brought out. Braves do lead the Marlins 5 to 3 in the sixth inning, well, more on a coon your status as we find out 10 players opting out of baseball's All Star game earlier today. The idea. Melinda was named one of the replacements earlier this afternoon. And he has since dropped out. Citing a foot injury finals. The twins stormed from behind to defang the Tigers, 9 to 4. Brandon Lau went yard twice in the race five to win over the Blue James. The Giants jumped all over Jon Lester in the Nationals. They laid nine Nothing in the bottom of the sixth. The A's with the 32 laid on the Rangers that game in the eighth inning. Five solo home runs. White Sox eight, Orioles two at Camden Yards in the seventh, the Pirates of the six too late on the Mets and the bottom the seventh inning that'll be seven inning game as it's the first of a double dip Phillies ahead of the Red Sox 32 in the top of the eighth inning. Joe Hey, Oh, Tony and the Angels take on the Mariners at 10 Eastern Otani Last night Slugged his major league leading 33rd home run of the season. Falcons linebacker Barkevious Mingo is arrested on a charge of indecency with a child sexual contact, according to Arlington Police Department records. The second degree felony charge carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison under Texas State law. Ash. Barty wins Wimbledon, The Australian product defeated Karolina Pliskova and three cents to claim her second Grand Slam title. Novak Djokovic's tries for his 20th Grand slam in the men's final tomorrow morning against Matteo Beretta. Teeny The headline match of UFC 2 64 features Connor McGregor taking on Dustin Poirier. It's the third fight between the two. They split the first two meetings. Day three of the John Deere Classic is complete. Sebastian Munoz to top the leaderboard at 16 under Brandon Hockey is one shot back, then a clump of five golfers who are two shots off the pace. I'm Pete McCarthy. What's going on, Folks, Jr Here are the NBA Finals over or does Milwaukee still have a chance? We'll talk about it. Monday night at 10 Eastern seven, Pacific?.
Newsradio 700 WLW
"acuna" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Com. Radio 700 w L W It is just about time for baseball here at Great American Ballpark as the Reds and Braves play Game three of this four game series, and with all the play by play once again, Here's Tommy throw. Hey, thanks. You had beautiful day for baseball as I mentioned earlier, and once again, the wind is absolutely Howling from right to left. Let's take a look at tonight's starting lineups as we get ready to get this ball game started today and will begin with Brian Sit Gerdes visiting Atlanta Braves. The Braves come in at 36 39. They are currently five games back, sitting in third in the National League. East leading things off as the right fielder Ronald Jr Jr. Freddie Freeman is at first base, batting second, batting third, the second baseman Ozzie Albies. Adding 4th and 3rd base Austin Riley Dansby Swanson is the shortstop hitting fifth. Adding sixth Guillermo Heredia, He's the left fielder. Adding seventh and catching William Contreras. Edgar Inciarte played center field and bats eighth and batting ninth pitcher Ian Anderson again for the Braves. It's Acuna Jr Freeman. All these Riley, Swanson, Heredia, Contreras, Inciarte and Anderson. Ian Anderson, pitching for the Braves, Now for David Bells, Reds coming in at 537 37 5 games back in the central, the Reds are in third place. Leading things off the second basement. Jonathan India, Jesse Winker is in left field, hitting second, batting third in right field. Nick Castano's Joey Votto at first base bats fourth. Adding fifth in center field. Tyler Nay Quinn. Hey, you Hey, Neo Suarez at third base, hit sixth, batting seventh and catching Tucker Barnhart. Kyle farmers at shortstop, hitting eighth and pitching and batting ninth. Luis Castillo again for the Reds. It is India Winker Castano's Votto Quinn Suarez. Barnhart Farmer and Castillo. Luis Castillo pitching The umpires for this afternoon's ballgame at home plate. The crew chief last Diaz, Mike Acid, Brooks, at first base, Ryan Wills at second and Manny Gonzalez at third base. We mentioned on the mound for the Redlegs today is Luis Castillo. And as always, it's a pleasure to be joined by Chris Welch. Crafty Lefty and Chris. When you look at Luis Castillo Well, he has just been a different pitcher over his last four games or so, and that is a welcome sight for Reds fan. Well, you're right. Maybe not welcome cipher. The opposing hitters, though he's got his location down better, Tommy. I think that's the biggest thing throughout this whole. Problem. April and May for Castillo. He's still through 97. He still had a good change up. So as long as he's healthy.
The My Future Business™ Show
"acuna" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
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"acuna" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"And i think those are all any or all of those or a good place to start a lot of companies even even my company uses disc as a nice way pinker people to gate to understand the themselves and get a better understanding of self awareness and then to understanding the different profiles of just the way people communicate how they like how they communicate how other people may communicate is another way to understand the social awareness aspect of it so i made me a very direct in person so that i want very succinct concrete. You know information whereas somebody else might want more details and a lot more facts or or whatnot so having that awareness in going through. That exercise helps one to understand. This is who i am. This is how i like communicated to and then also understand. There are other types of people with different types of communication heights. So i might want to alter my communication style when i'm talking to someone that has this communication style communication backwards. That's wonderful i. I've looked through your all of your testimony. And it's it's a credit the work that you're doing and i started thinking about your dining retains harry. You nurture your current level of emotional intelligence. Is that something that you do. Every day i try to. I'm a big believer in practice. Practice what you preach. And also the whole a lot of what i talk about in one of the talks that i deliver is what is emotional. Intelligence and then also. What are some practical things that you can do to improve in each of these areas but at the end of the day ultimately what it comes down to is practicing them. It's just like playing a piano or learning spore if you want to become more proficient or skill or exceptional at it it takes practice and so there are ways you can practice in proving these areas that i can get ultimately comes down to us ourselves accountable to that and and doing any testing. I have young children. And i look forward. Every opportunity to improve they live and to myself is there. A crossover is just purely professional. Oh can you use in your providence. Office will oh i sure in your private i i think that i i started to use this professionally and i have found. This is so applicable across the board both and professionally and you know maybe a an example it was we think about like the self management and self talk and stories. Maybe we anticipate the way something is going to be in the future and we start to do that. Negative talk it could be a matt ourselves or it could be about maybe a person scenario and i. It's very interesting. Is i was just talking to some collins about this recently. I think that we certainly we make me. We made you that in the corporate space..
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"Mentos and growing up. He was somebody who i guess. Formed you to the person and contributed to who you become today. Do you think i would say. Probably my grand- yearns. Grandma and grandpa were both being very influential. And and who i am. They were very involved in my life as a little girl an all the way really to dalton until they pass a from a family perspective. They were very influential in the woman. I've become. I've had their close friends that i've met along the way and and some colleague friends. We've also been very supportive and mentored me in ways to kind of nudging me into this. You know getting more in touch with your emotions and who you are in in this journey. That i've been on of grandparents. They take you back to another time. Where things were different don't they. They have a different set of beliefs and values. And what do you think one of the things that you grandma taught you that is with you today. She was very strong and bold wyoming and one of the things. I always remember antique away from her was the way that she stood up for herself. And who she was in her voice and the way that she communicated with my grandpa the way that she wanted him and wanted the relationship tour but also worked with him to honor who she was which i think is very unique for their generation individuals because that was a little more in common for generation. And so i. I got to see that in her and very much. It's one of my big takeaways in one of the things. I admired so much. I really appreciate you helping sharing because this is what gives great context to my guests and so people can not only learn about what you do professionally which will pivot to in a moment but also bill usa thank you. I wonder d- relation time. How important and how much time do you give yourself away from business away from speaking away from the hustle and bustle and business. And how important is for you. it is important. It's something i have to work at doing. Yes it is important. So i i will say i'm pretty good about always carving out time on weekends and having pretty good boundaries about having time just that's dedicated towards completely away from work in disconnecting in that regard and even during the week to and particularly if i go on a vacation for example i am really good and that's one of the reasons why i like to go away and far away is really truly disconnected. Immerse myself somewhere else where i'm stimulated and can learn something new and and really get kinda get out of the normal i space i guess right i i am so. I think it's really important. I think it could be better on it. Because i do think taking time to relax and recoup and also taking time to reflect is something that i've learned is actually a really added a lot of and perspective for me in my life and my career. I've actually learned a lot. Just taking kind of sit and sink and and look back and reflect on on life in my career and learnings along the way this pretty cheap things you've talked about the talked about learning reflecting meditating and all this comes back down to two mindset and i love to talk more about that de ray dealer rating. Is that a way for you to learn and stimulate your mind. It totally as i am..
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"acuna" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"It's written uh ski here. Happy really well. And i'd like to say thank you for all of the support that you are showing for the show. The feedback is is warm. It's inspiring and it's just it's wonderful. So i keep coming through now on today. We're gonna be talking about emotional intelligence with diana kewnya welcome to the show diana absolutely a pleasure to heavy he today. Now i don't know much about emotional intelligence and for those who are on the show. This is going to be a route trait if you if you want to learn more. Because diana's a professional speaker and she is a coach and her specialty is emotional intelligence. And we're gonna take into that in a little diana but before we do that love to learn more you. I guess a good place to start is is way where you live. Where is home for you home for me is huntington beach california. Oh a lovely place to live. Yeah it's nice you playing a you. I am so i enjoy the beach. And it's also a great place to jog and exercise and it was really great outlet Has been a good outlet during the pandemic so i was very fortunate to be able to be near the water fantastic. All of huntington beach of all that coastline is just such a beautiful place and the surface fantastic are remember that. That's for sure certain. And do you find walking. Ran a place tat that you're inspired. That inspires me. I think you know. Connecting to getting connecting to nature of being near nature is inspiring to meet hard getting away from technology. And all the things that were other ways connected to and also A lot of inspiration from other individuals who are thought leaders in the area. So although i do like to disconnect from technology we'll say you will often find you're listening to a podcast or an audible book. John's or walks to you so fantastic. You talked about technology. Diana and needing to disconnect occasionally. I'd love to explore that in terms of how it might be impacting both negatively and positively our emotional intelligence. I would probably swing back around to that question later on if you don't mind now in terms of Hobbies and pastimes. Do you do anything else to your favorite movies. What you think. Oh i love to cook fantastic and love to travel. He gave us chairman going on at the moment and they will say even further hurt. I like combining those two things together so one of my most favorite things to do. I haven't done it in a while but one of my most favorite things to do is recreate a meal. Had from one of the trips. That i've taken so like a many years ago. I went to croatia and had a really lovely seafood pasta there that i remade and getting angry morocco and re trying to recreate this chicken best. Stella our just like a puff pastry or low with chickens not being and powdered sugar. And so nice. Way to like relive where you were. Learn some some new recipes. And i get to relive the experience of the travel so i would say those. Those things might be a great wonderful. Do you have a particular cuisine that you'd prefer. I like i like it. All i would say tend to kind of by default. Lean towards like french or talian is just kind of like the base. But i love all kinds of cuisine like Asian mexican indian all fantastic. Now i'm always to go back and relive our childhood. As and i always think about my early days with pets. Did you have a pet. And if he did what was what was your funds memory..