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"adrian gonzalez" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"Welcome back to the ink sky yard podcast. The JD drew contract, right? That was a huge failure. But then in 2007, JD drew hit a Grand Slam to bring the Red Sox to the World Series. Can we think of any others? The Red Sox trading Manny Ramirez. Yeah, trading your beds player and franchise history, but no Jason bay's there, and he's somehow better than Manny Ramirez. The Red Sox trade Adrian Gonzalez and Josh Beckett to the Dodgers in a complete fire sale. They're giving up. They're waving the white flag while it doesn't matter. It gives them the financial flexibility to sign 7 bad players in the 2013 off season Shane victorino who was never good again after 2013. Johnny gums, who would never get again after 2013, Mike Napoli, who was never good again after 2013. Koji O'Hara, who was never good again after 2013, and they all lined up to win the 2013 World Series. I am beyond done with Red Sox fans acting as if every time they get a magical break, it is the first time that ever happened. I'm not saying Red Sox fans aren't owed something. Red Sox fans and you're going to want to clip this Red Sox fans. Red Sox fans are a good fan base. They're very passionate about good winning baseball. And when they need to bring the noise, they do. That's good. They are, however, Teflon, nothing sticks to them, they feel no pain and they create their own pain for situations that don't merit pain. And they continue to be rewarded in differing cycles with championship ish endings and good mojo endings. And Yankee fans pour their heart and soul into this team and never end up with the ending. Not it's been it's been 12 years. The regime is the same, the players are different. The regime can reload up to a certain point and pull people together and end up in playoff esque scenarios and end up flatlining again when the moment is at its biggest and brightest. And like I said earlier, I can't wait to see who the Yankees acquire and sign this off season who ends up disappointing while the Red Sox sign or acquire a lesser option who ends up succeeding. That's what I can't wait to. How is Corey Seager going to fail? Is he gonna start swinging and missing more after we sign him? Has Trevor's story gonna fail. Is he gonna sign a 7 year contract and then start arguing with the New York media and then come down with plantar fasciitis? Like, what is the outcome? What's gonna happen? It's always exciting to see. Are the ink he's gonna trade Luke Voight within the American League and he's gonna end up hitting 47 homers for the Oakland a's next year while the Yankees have DJ le mayhew at first base hitting two 64 with 12 homers. Is that what's going to happen? That's pretty interesting. Are they going to trade geo Rochelle? Does somebody want him? And then we're going to go, we have enough infield death. We don't need you or shallow, and then Corey Seager and Andrew Velasquez are the left side of the infield by June. Is that what's going to happen? It's always intriguing, which brings me to Aaron Boone versus not even versus Alex core. Just Aaron Boone in general, who say out like he was gone as soon as this game ended, but then again, this organization only seems to care about getting exactly where they got yesterday..
"adrian gonzalez" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Um Here we go, 831 says Yasiel Puig is his most hated, 65 says match months before 156 sentences. How about Jason Schmidt and Jeff Kent? It's real tough to get mad at Jason Smith for taking a Like a $50 million contract going to wear Dodger blue and and never really doing anything for them at all. Pretty good giant. I thought but not the doctor uniform and taking some money and not really played for him whatsoever. That was a pretty good one. Yes, Jeff Kent doesn't really bother me. But lots of people checking in Kirk Gibson. They're saying overrated. Kirk Gibson, though, is Because of the overnight games can be mad about the Kirk Gibson thing, Just being that he's a He's an old tiger guy. But Kirk Gibson was like as good as they got. You know, he was up there and like the Bill Buckner class As far as you know, Paula very good could have been damn close to being a Hall of Famer, but not quite there anyway. Pretty good, Pretty good check ins on the on the most hated Dodgers of all time, 415 says. Adrian Gonzalez years ago. Chase Utley urged me in recent years, as did Kiki Hernandez. Yeah, when the Dodgers are good, obviously, their players are more hated right. It's easier to find as you don't like when they're winning Ball games. Let's get to one more piece of sound here. I want to get the injury update on Michael Stransky. Here's Gabe Kapler after the game. Yes, 1000 ball off his near after Sheen in the seventh inning, and, uh and he had to get an extra hands up, finishing Me about leaving the ballgame. My talk man comes in, and ultimately that ends up being a factor later in the game in the ninth inning, the attempted stretch double anyway. Gabe Kapler says yes has already gotten the X rays. It's another guy. You don't want to lose right now. Just lost belt. Another left handed back Talk man could be seen more playing time in the outfield. But if he has has the land on the aisle here, you're talking about having to bring somebody up. So game. What's the situation right now? With Mikey Stransky? We'll see if they can navigate this. By the way today they do have an off day tomorrow, so maybe they don't have to make a decision of thinking. Yes, through today, if they think maybe he can play or it's just a contusion. Or he can come off the bench against Walker Buehler. Maybe he gets an opportunity to do that with an off day tomorrow, anyway. Gabe Kapler. What's the update on the health of Mikey Stransky? Yeah, It's a right lower leg contusion. He's day to day. Got it. X rays, and those were negative. Okay? Yeah, it was. It was not so right. Lower leg contusion. He's day to day. Got it. X rays, and those were negative ground. Perfect. There we go. So, yes, I guess we'll monitor what happened today. I guess the most positive thing here is there's no crack bone or anything in his leg out to the category Text line again. Lots of people checking in about most hated Dodger. Yet again. Here we go. 84156. Many were Ramirez that shit up. First of all I like many Ramirez is a red sock and the whole man, you would think I'll be irritating. That team was kind of old like it was. It was Manny out, laughed at Casey Blanket third base member. They acquired him. It was a series of other guys he had acquired right around that time. That might have been right around when they had the Carl Crawford move out to Boston. Adrian Gonzalez comes back here. Uh, that could have been it. Alright. Here we go at 31 forces Justin Turner. It's and I'd imagine the Giants are starting to get does. Dodger fans are looking at the same way like I know Donovan Solano was a Dodger for a minute, but they're like this guy's winning silver sluggers. They're like Brandon Crawford's 34 years old, and he's hitting the farthest home runs of his career to this date. I mean, it's It's pretty incredible what the Giants have done, and I think that's why we look at guys like Max months, he and Justin Turner and we're like, What gives man what gives with these guys? They came out of nowhere. Two Oh, nine, says Matt Camp. I didn't really have to stay in for Matt Kemp. He didn't bother me, actually that that camp was going to be a pretty sweet five tool player, and then Good career. He's one of these guys right now. It was playing for the the U. S Olympic team was not on the roster and just trying to extend his career got to appreciate a guy who's trying to play baseball so he can't play anymore, 415 says. And this is this is maybe a good one here to ended on, 415 says. I'm going Trevor Bauer, but mainly just cause he's a D says blank that guy, so I'm good with that. That's going to wrap it up for our most hated Dodger. Discussion on the other side will make the connection with Murphy back. We'll get rolling on a Tuesday morning can be our 1045 and 6 80. You're listening. Into the sports leader. Leadoff spot with Adam Copeland is on both.
"adrian gonzalez" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"But i wanted to throw a couple of guys at you. Because i'm looking at some cards right now and will give We'll give some cards away. So the i will say three people that here this and that send a screenshot show that they're ryan fagin and that they're following. Uh scoops with danny mac on twitter. Send it to me and we'll send you one of these cards will let people pick first second third in the order. They send me the screenshots. Send it to me on twitter. Follow ryan fagin. Fellow at scoops with danny mac. Let's see i've got three rookie cards here. And i'll just ask you about each of these guys and i just want you to tell me what comes to mind when you think about each of them. Let's see the first rookie that i have pulled felix hernandez you think about king felix and i'll say that man last year right. Before the pandemic started he looked damn good and then atlanta braves uniform. But tell me what comes to mind when you think about felix hernandez ryan fagin. he just. He felt invincible Yes was he got to the majors. He's a guy that you watched pitch. You thought i don't know how anyone ever hits him. And if you had them in fantasy you were like i'm good. If you haven't fantasy you had a car of king felix and yeah. I mean it's i think it was telling how quickly here the king felix nickname him when when he was young. And you you never even challenged it like no that works He's that good. You know it's it's it's been frustrating. See him deal the injuries. He has a couple of years Moonlight and have like a a a longer impact of a career But yeah he's he was. He was a one heck of a pitcher. It's so much fun to watch your still a pretty darn good career. King felix is number. One number two is we. Give away Some rookie cards follow ryan. Fagin scoops with danny mac. How about adrian gonzalez the at the time listed at six to one hundred and eighty five pounds with the marlins coming out of coming out of Of high school in san diego california. What do you think of. When you think about a young wiry adrian gonzales. A two thousand draft pick by the marlins. Here's an aging in store. You will not hear anywhere else. Because i may be the only one that knows it. And it's not much about aging. Alice specifically but just Mentally one. When i was sporting news magazine. One of our writers. Mac cross his very good friend of mine lives here. Louis actually He did a story on aging and solace for the magazine. Where he went and played golf with consolidation. Right and so. I was reading the story on on the proofs on the magazine proofs. Kind of doing a little not so much fact checking but just like editing for typos and stuff and looking at the layout and there was a picture that matt had taken of gonzales about to swing right and taken it with either his phone or a little point. Shoot camera any. Oh we had like these like these photos from that goes eight either either. Ap or getting these great action rights kansallis and then in the corner. There was a picture that matt had taken a on in there. And i just wrote on there. I run the proof of like. I'm sorry we can't run this picture. I know it's from the events it's from the moment like we cannot run this bitch. I mean it's technically from it was. It was the only the only image we had from that round of golf like. I'm sorry we can't run and we didn't run it. i think. I think other people agree with me. Pretty good though..
"adrian gonzalez" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"With your news. 93.1 camp became live everywhere in the radio up and, of course on your smart speaker. A couple of topics in the hopper and we're gonna try to get your calls on both of them. 808 34 15 38 108 34 15 30 but a couple of things to do kind of dig a little deeper on with this Azul. Look at this course of action taken by the legislation. What it does does it cause doesn't make you want to pay more attention to what they're doing. Because there are obligations that they have is these decisions have to be posted 72 hours before a vote. You have to have access to that information. But the reality is in a state of nearly 40 million people. I think it's safe to say that almost nobody with exception of people who are involved in Either professional work or association interests that that caused him to take a particular interest in some of these these very, very significant decisions that are being made about the Legislature. They just don't pay attention to it. I don't think people availed themselves of this information. But we did vote on a measure to force greater degrees of transparency in the California legislature. Nonetheless, it does not seem as though people are inclined to do that. And so this is what you wind up with. Is there anybody? Is there anybody out there? I'd love to hear from anybody who think this believes this represents a good course of action. To allow this man who has brutally kidnapped, raped and otherwise physically and sexually assaulted this little girl, eight year old girl And killed her. There's anybody think this is a good idea that rather than having a set of circumstances, an environment in which there's prescribe sentencing that would cost him two life sentences, in all probability under the old system. Prior to the passage of SP 13 91 that now he's gonna wind up with 45 years in the youth authority. Is there anybody in the region that thinks this is a good idea? I'm just I'm absolutely stumped by how this is allowed to take place, and I don't think it's voter apathy. I really truly believe that so many people are living their lives in such a way is there You're in a perpetual state of taking sips of water from a fire hose because they have so much going on. They have so much to worry about themselves. They don't tend to trust information that comes from frankly traditional media or the government with good reason that kind of talk going back to the other topic of the day. The mask wearing And the fact that this has become such a volatile situation is so divisive and it I just I sense that there is some truth that it does kind of break on party lines, which which just makes no sense to me whatsoever. But look at the guy who's been at the center of this for some time. Dr Fauci and I know that that they're varying, in fact, probably pretty dramatic and enthusiastic heart filled with feelings of appreciation of Dr Fauci and some on the other side. But suffice to say here is a guy who, when this all first started He told the American people. Not to wear masks. And he had a I think of fairly legitimate reason for discouraging the wearing of Mass because he was concerned are so he would later say about the people in the medical profession who had to be protected because they were forced to find themselves in close proximity who are of people who were afflicted with this virus. So they had to have him It was it was absolutely critical to their mission in order to be successful in order to survive that experience, which they had to do, they had to be masked and gloved and grounded and otherwise protected. But there's a message you can share on that and say, Please, if you find yourself in a position where you think a mask is the best course of action for you, the procurement of the mask and the wearing of the mask, please hold off on that until there are sufficient numbers of mask and supply so the needs of the medical professionals could be addressed. Before everybody else starts acquiring them. That's a message that I think would have been well received. But he did lie about it, and he later acknowledged that he lied about it. So it really diminishes his credibility. And as you hear stories about what the Legislature finds important look at the things that they're studying. Look at the courses of action that they're taking on an ongoing basis and what they have done with this with this single initiative here. SP 13 91 Read up on it. See what it's done. And and, frankly, with due respect, if you did not Find yourself in a position where you could get this information as it was being processed as it was being created, if you didn't take sufficient time to understand what they're doing out of the dome. Then you're going to live in a world where you reap there where you have the consequences. You're forced to assume the consequences of your fairy to engage this next year. You're gonna have a chance as you have every two years. To vote for members of the California Assembly and and a significant number of California state senators. When you look at this information when you look at some of the realities with which we live today, we look at the exploding race of crime and violence in all the major, virtually all the major urban centers in the state of California and some not so major Well look at the extent to which known well documented scofflaws. People who are on probation and parole and in and out of the system are now moving to suburbs and changing the quality of life in this in the safety environment in the suburbs of the state. Because these are the things that the Legislature that we send there. We still have the option. We are at the top of the organizational chart in terms of who we put in positions of authority. To represent us Is this representative Of your belief in terms of what's best for the society in which we live. If you have an eight year old daughter, granddaughter, I would assume that this would take on a special significance to you. Because, well, Maddie was doing nothing other than being an eight year old girl in Santa Cruz County. Something. She has an absolute right to do When this this creep came along and darkened her life and destroyed her family's life. You think about the pain and suffering and anguish that she experienced. Thankfully, it's over for her. But that pain and anguish and suffering continues for her family. And what are the what are the odds? One of the What's the probability? That this person at some point will be out of custody. Mr. Adrian Gonzalez will be out of custody as a young, vibrant man. Still oriented in such a way because there's no waving of a magic wand that takes place when somebody sitting in the youth authority that doesn't happen. There's nothing you can do to just magically. Remove from the head from the brain from the thought process of somebody who is oriented in this fashion to cause them to behave in a different fashion when they get out, in fact, in all probability, During this time in custody, he will have an opportunity to interact with other like minded people, and not necessarily to his degree, but people who are not inclined to comply with the law. People who understand with greater degrees of knowledge, the courses that you can take to escape justice as this. He's not the poster child for that ways to escape identification and arrest. And ultimately, prosecution so that the net result of this, I think speaks very clearly in terms of the adverse impact that your Legislature is having on public safety in the state of California. Please. Please, Please take a look at these a tease bills when they're working their way through and let your voices be known because he's your political animals who will respond to input from the.
"adrian gonzalez" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Heard radio happen, of course on your speaker. Smart speaker. Get a shift gears here a little bit. We got people want to get on the mass topic or you try to get to those calls. So bear with me. Be patient, please. But I want to get to this also because this is very significant. And this is something that That perhaps we could spark some community interest to pay attention to what the Legislature is doing. And maybe maybe encourage those people that represent us in that building downtown to take our best interests at heart when they make decisions. Here's a case out of Santa Cruz County. We're a 21 year old man has pleaded guilty to murder of a neighbor. But it's not just any neighbors and eight year old girl. And has now been sentenced as a juvenile. Just yesterday. And will likely be released. And as few as four years. Adrian Gonzalez entered the plea on April 13th in Santa Cruz County as soon as the case was transferred to juvenile court as according to the Santa Cruz Sentinel. Gonzalez was 15 years of age. At the time he killed eight year old Maddie. Maddy Middleton, his neighbor. And Santa Cruz. Superior Court Judge John Salazar said he had no choice but to remove the case from the adult court system. Because of recent juvenile justice reforms implemented by the California legislature. Had this state in adult court, Gonzales would have been likely could have unlikely would have faced two consecutive life prison sentences for murder, kidnapping, sexual penetration, two counts of lewd and lascivious behavior. And intercourse with a minor plus plus just to to punctuate and show his his consciousness of guilt, misdemeanor charge of destruction of evidence. So in the juvenile justice system now Mr Gonzales will be eligible for release at 25 years of age. It should be known that it was the same judge The Honorable John Salazar that founded Gonzalez, then 18 years of age fit to be tried as an adult. S so it's not. This was not his doing. He had no no choice. The Legislature stripped him of his power of his discretion as a member, the bench. S so why did this happen Because state lawmakers Not you. State lawmakers took a course of action back in 2018, and they passed Senate Bill 13 91. Which amended Proposition 57 tow bar courts from allowing minors younger than 16. You see the defending This case was 15 at the time you committed the crime and is not alleged he's confessed to it. It was 15 years of age at the time set to be tried as an adult. But the change in law took that out of the out of the equation. So now it theater cannot. You cannot try juvenile's younger than 16 as adults. After subsequent legal challenges, the state Supreme Court upheld SP 13 90 one's constitutionality just in February. That ruling cleared the way for Gonzalez this case to proceed. This month, where he faces consequences as a juvenile offender. Notwithstanding the extraordinarily serious and permanent nature of his behavior. Eight year old girl, eight year old neighbor girl of kidnapped Sexually violated, raped, subject to digital penetration. Um and and host of of different kinds of really depraved, lascivious conduct on so he will face for that now he'll be out to be free. At age 25 on actually realistically, is probably aged 24 the way these things work out. S o. What are you? Were you aware of this? We talked about it on this program. But I know people are busy. They got a lot of things going on in their lives. We've been dealing with all sorts of challenges in terms of business closures. Dealing with the pandemic, dealing with other issues in society, trying to make a living trying to get your kids educated. I understand that so the way we trust the theoretically trust the legislative, the Legislature are in our representative system of government to make good decisions for us. They did this and the extent to which they're allowed to operate. Without input from the public without public approval without public speaking up to object to the courses of action they take. By the way this was done by the Legislature signed into law by the governor. S o. This was forced upon us. We live in a society. We live in a state. Where this kind of egregious crime can take place and minimal sentencing follows and the potential is This person who is who is guilty of this crime. There's this knot is not in question. There's no doubt as to what he did. By the way, there's significant physical evidence in this case, a swell as his own testimonial evidence once he realized that this law seem to be tailor made for him. Minimize his consequences for the egregious nature in which he was involved. Hey, wasted no time between himself and his legal counsel. They jumped right on this and set himself up for a set of circumstances that will cause him to be Released and in very short order, and by the way, the state plans to stop admissions to youth facilities before July of this year as it moves to end the program by 2023. So the idea of Youthful offenders being sentenced to youth authority that that's that's going by the wayside is going to be straight up Juvenile Hall or adult court for those who qualify, just based on their on their years of age. But if you just envision an eight year old girl, Little Matty, who obviously I never knew never met. But my heart aches for little Maddie when I think about what she went through And the person who did this. Engaged in all these egregious acts against her against her physical person. Against her emotional well being. They think about the suffering that was involved in this before she expired as a result of the injuries in which that he incurred upon her This is this is what your Legislature is doing for you. You have thoughts on an 808 34 15 38 108 34 15 30 I'm gonna do my best to get to the calls on the mask topic is well because I am interested in your points of view on that We got a lot more to talk about taxes on one.
"adrian gonzalez" Discussed on KGO 810
"Witter Coins on Lombard Street in San Francisco Santa Cruz man who pleaded guilty to the 2015 murder of Maddy Middleton has been sentenced as a juvenile. That means 21 year old Adrian Gonzalez could be released in his earliest four years. Gonzalez entered the plea two weeks ago as soon as the case was transferred to juvenile court. Gonzalez was 15 at the time eight year old man he was killed. The judge said he had no choice but to remove the case from the adult court system because of juvenile justice reforms. An adult court. Gonzalez could have phase two consecutive life prison sentences. 14 member panel is redrawing California's congressional districts. Now that the Census Bureau has said the state will lose a seat in the U. S. House members must decide now on how those districts will look when California shrinks from 53 districts to 52 for the 2022 election. Paul Mitchell with the redistricting partners notes, while California's still growing it's not growing as fast as the rest of the country that can come from multiple Kinds of issues that can come from people. We've been the state, but that's maybe the thing that's overestimated. The actual bigger impact could be the changing in birth rates among California It's expected that the greater L A area is gonna be where that seat is lost. It could be just a fad. But one Bay Area sports team isn't gonna miss That. And FT bus. The first professional sports team to jump on the N F T bandwagon is your Golden State Warriors. The dubs launched an entire non fungible token collection on the Open Sea platform on Tuesday morning as team president Brandon Schneider called it the wave of the future. The MBA has already done well with an FTS raking in $500 million on officially licensed video highlights and the Warriors will auction up digital championship rings as well as digital ticket stubs from some of their most iconic games..
"adrian gonzalez" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Well i'm pretty sure the the biggest signing of the last ten years of the fred wilpon error. Jeff wilpon era not named yohan assessment. This was probably frank francisco and we all know how that turned out. They've been. They've been shopping in the discount. I'll for ten years and look and we'll be fair. they have they. They signed players. But but again but when it would kill me to going to that next level that the teams like the dodgers like the red sox like the yankees are able to go to now the big market teams with you know nice stadiums their own networks the whole nine. The mets were limited. Whether it's you know all because of the bernie madoff stuff or whatever you wanna however you want to characterize it but now at three forty one showed. The mets are going to go to that next year. They're willing to go to the next whether that translates to wins or not remains to be seen. But it won't be steve collins fault. If it doesn't yeah it's not for lack of shopping in the high price style as they like to call it. It's like the michaels of kansas city before the before the bernie madoff fiasco and we spoke about this The the mets spent you know five six years. Whatever it was shopping for high priced talent on the free agent market. They got pedro martinez. They got carlos. Beltran got moisture. So lou frankie rodriguez. They went out. They got everybody things. Happen with bernie madoff. They no longer spent that money despite telling everybody did or if they did it was just that if something went wrong the wheel would come off or you know and and off they don't win right away and have the revenues of a playoff season. Say right away if if things aren't working out and we need to sell players or or get as a contract so there was no wiggle room like the you know when i think of steve cohen has metzler. I think now it's okay. Not only can you shop in the expensive or expensive store however you want to look at it but if things go wrong because that that truly is the thing that separate socially in baseball with no cap that's the thing that separates the good teams the great teams and the top top top tier teams. Is that if the top top teams make mistakes. They can still have wiggle room to get out of it. That's how i would view it. They're no longer going. After the adrian gonzalez on track knowing full. Well yeah we gave this guy a minor league contract. But we're starting him. I i face on opening those days met fans. I'm i'm happy to tell you this. Those days are over. they went out. They paid lynn door. More money than any other shortstop. They're in on free agents. They didn't they didn't get any of them. They didn't get trevor bauer but they made. Trevor bauer. they made them an offer. They made him the highest money offer. There was They drew a line in the sand on george springer specifically because he has to play centerfield. Toronto went the extra year. The mets weren't willing to do that..
"adrian gonzalez" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The media. The Cubs general manager as you would expect. The topic Early on was about Anthony Rizzo and about his zoom press conference and Monday talking about the holdup in the contract talk and It was later disclosed that it was a five year $70 million offer. More like well, no course that's why they didn't come to an agreement that is a low ball offer. Like I'd heard, Um, someone too Someone tweeted. I forgot who was boy. Rizzo really got low balls, and I'm like, okay, that's probably just a really big Cubs fan who loves Rizzo and then I opened up the athletic piece on Monday when I got back in town, and they saw there that Mooney wrote. That it was five years. Seven AM like Yeah, that is a low ball. And you want to the point that you even said that if you were the Cubs you want have even started. They're like Why? Because, you know, yeah. I mean, like We ask the question. What was you that was insulting. I don't know that it's insulting, but there is a way to do business. And I just said to you if you're dead, and you know you don't have the resources. You go to Rizzo it and just might suggest, Go to Rizzo and just say Look, Anthony, I know what your agent has proposed to us. I can't meet it. Well, I don't have the resource is you know how much you've meant to this organization? You helped us win a world championship. You have been the heart of soul. You've been consistent performer, but I can't meet what you want. Nor can I get give you what the market when you're free agent could probably get you So we're not going to sign you were not going to sign you to an extension. And I need to tell you that because I owe that to you. And by the way, we still made trade you at the trade deadline. Look, if you know you can't meet At some point that's acceptable for both sides. Then I was a little puzzled as to why they would throw that kind of offer in his direction. Chris has some audio from Jet and then Jesse is going to join us at five to sort of recap because it's going on during our show. We want to make sure we don't miss anything. The one thing I will say This is what I teased right before the top of the hour break it for was The judge said that he told Anthony the quotas I've told Anthony over and over that I really want him here for a long time, and he also said there's a reason that we don't negotiate in public. So it zao out there now, And I think Hoyer's still pretty optimistic. Electrolysis and Chris lead us into this. Yeah, you know, I would say, um Watching this for the last half an hour while while doing the show. I got the impression that Jed Hoyer a bit spicy, really like, Yeah, I never really is a spicy guy. Hey, does not seem like he's happy or thrilled that this is now taking place in the reality. That's the impression I got from listening. And I know it's also listening to you guys here on the show, too. Well, I'm doing two things at once. So like Maybe in my perceptions wrong, But I want you guys to hear it. There's a follow up in this question from Mattie Lee at the very end. Now when you get to that, and Hoyer gives the answer. There is a gigantic pause. He's not going to give more. But that's the end of the cut. But the rest of it. It's pretty good on his thoughts from what Rizzo had to say. Here's how gentle lawyers started things. Yeah, I guess the start out. I guess I would say, um When it comes to Anthony, Listen, I don't think I have to, um Explain my affection for Anthony Rizzo, you know? That was part of a group that drafted him. No. My biggest transaction as a as a number one, was insisting on him in a trade for a super Star first baseman and Adrian Gonzalez. We Came to Chicago and after a struggles in San Diego, we traded form here on traded a really good piece of way to get him. We signed into a long term deal here when he was struggling. S o. You know, I think that Along with Jason and Theo. I look at it like I've, you know, I don't think there's any bigger Anthony Rizzo supporter out there than than I am and Obviously, I want him playing first base for the ship for the Cubs for a long time in 2022 beyond and I've made that really clear to him throughout the process, so There's a reason that we don't Negotiating the public with the reason we always keep our our Negotiations and house. I think that I've been really successful with that. For the most part. We've had a lot of negotiations that didn't that didn't get out. I think there's a There's a real danger when you're negotiating one data point. Um, from a negotiation comes out and any negotiation, there's significant back and forth. There's Dozens and dozens of conversations and I would just say that I've told Anthony over and over that Um I really want him here for a long time, and I made that clear and I've also articulated the cub's position to him very clearly. And I think he knows where we stand. And But the most important thing is that he knows that we want him back. And I certainly hope that We're able to work something out. What is your confidence that you will be able to work something out? Very confident. And then a long pause before the next question your thoughts on that first I I kept feeling like there was a nervous tap, like, you know, when you talk and you're kind of like without him tapping accredited. Don't know somebody morning. They're like I believe that Jed Hoyer would sign Anthony Rizzo right now and almost consent to what Anthony asks for. Could be some negotiating. I just question again. I don't know if they had given him the resource is well, this is this is the line that caught my ear. Waddle was towards the end. We tried to articulate the Cubs stance, right? He said. You know my affection for Anthony Rizzo and we tried to our articulate the Cubs stance. Is he separating there? And what is the Cubs stance? And is there this greater stance that I've been sort of talking about this whole offseason where they're not baseball moves, but instead, they're money moves. Chris. You said you were you watching him as he was speaking. Yeah, I was watching that did he seem like that time? He's normally very kind of casual, and he's very at ease. Yeah, and he seems to smile and.
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"No more and i really thought a lot of people thought that you know that would be Maybe the trip to the world series in four and then maybe an omar would remain and who knows what after that In terms of his legacy in chicago but it wasn't meant to be Nothing against him. Nothing against me a hand. They live down the street from that golf course. I was standing But what just a horrible end of that year in two thousand four despite that though it was really cool to be excited about acquiring nomar garciaparra and i love the trivia that he got a soup he got a world series ring for that red sox like i lived in new york when that when that happened i was a bunch of yankees fans probably actually joined us as many red sox fan like. I think it's worth noting. This is a little bit of a disappointment. The cardinals and cubs met in in two thousand. Fifteen in the lds. But they've never had a series like that like what the yankees and red sox had an oath three and four. We're really just felt like not just world series on the line but like just the identity of a whole region was on the line in those two years. So i remember that garciaparra trade and it's funny. If you go back and actually read. I read a piece about this a while back if you go back. And read the reaction to the trades the trade not only the cubs got no nomar. It's also well. I guess the red sox are giving up on this season. Which is funny because yeah. It's wild to think that the red sox reminds me a little bit frankly of when people were rumor for the cardinals were rumored to be trading lance berkman at in august of two thousand eleven. Like you just like the cardinals are giving up. If they're going to trade berkman the red sox are giving up if they're going to trade you know bar and and then then the most amazing thing happens. He was putting up unvbelievable numbers with boston to that point in unlimited games too because he had been hurt they i mean i it's i i'm kind of glad like the red sox have won more world series and the cardinals. Obviously they've had more success but it seems very exhausting sox fan to just constantly go first place to last place. Yeah it's exhausting. I have to say. I've always joke but like of places i would places. I'd want to play. Boston would be pretty low on that list. Life is hard enough in the red sox have kind of since then gun that a couple of times right because they've kind of backed into some of these not rebuild but let's get rid of all this money and we will pay you to take it off our books. They what sent all the guys to La carl crawford and adrian gonzalez. They've done it a couple of times. And then kind of i guess maybe backed into an accelerated trip right back to the postseason your third pick will of our all time favorite trade so so for me. I get for the record lou brooklyn he. Leo is obviously the biggest cardinals. The biggest cardinals creative of all time. I for what it's worth. I went to university of illinois. I was. I was a fancy baseball league. So long ago that we had to get our stats every week via fax from like a service and it was a league of cardinals and cubs fast and it was called the ernie breglio memorial league so he will always have a part in our history but for me nevertheless..