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"albert pools" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:59 min | 52 min ago

"albert pools" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"How good or bad ally was that by Francisco Indoor I mean, that's that's it. That's a 10. I mean, everyone knows that. That's just your kind of reflecting there, and we all know what happened. But look, teammates, you know, scuffled happened. Disagreements happened, Get over and you move on, and that's what they've done. I think Rat raccoon thing was just very clearly. You know, around record, we're fine and things Some people take it seriously as if it was something to debate like, Wait. Everyone knows this was not correct, right? It was very, very odd to see people. Even semi by it. But look, I mean, he made have you no confrontations. They figured out they move on and the Mets so far, you know, they they responded positively to it, so we'll see if it keeps up. Yeah, This is where I I got a lesson this weekend, Kyle because I was my son's graduation and I'm following all this stuff on Twitter. And you know when you follow stuff on Twitter, you're on Twitter. So you know, like you only see bits and pieces of things. So the way I was interpreting is like, okay, there was a gigantic rodent inside the clubhouse like I had no idea about the kerfuffle between You know Lynn Door and whichever team mate. It was that I can't recall but that that's that's what I took away from Social media. Like Oh, I can't wait to see the video of this rat that they thought was a raccoon in the clubhouse, and it wasn't anything like that. It was two teammates getting into getting into a scuffle down in the clubhouse. Yeah. Twitter and social Media in general are very good at painting the entire picture for Yes. Good point. Glaser. Baseball America, Kyle before I get you out of here, Albert pool halls. We done seeing Albert pool halls and if if if we're done seeing him, what is the legacy of Albert pools? Yeah, we are again. I have a hard time seeing anyone pick him up. He has not been an above average offensive performer as measured by ops. Plus since 2016. He doesn't do anything for you base running wise or defense wise anymore, and Look, He's one of the greatest to ever play who just hung on a little too long, But I think you look back and say, Yeah, this is one of the best players in baseball history. We should always appreciate what he didn't say Lewis. You see the cautionary tale for these 10 and 12 and 13 year contracts, it seemed to be keep getting given out. There's a lot of them for first basement in particular yak giving up 10 plus your contract to first baseman. The 30 does not work out. Miguel Cabrera is another example. Joey Votto, and we gave the Reds a couple good years the front end, but the back has been pretty ugly. Yeah. Long term deals for first base and that take him through their age 38 39 40 seasons. It's just not a good investment. Yeah. Kyle Glaser. Baseball America. You can get him on Twitter at Kyle A Glaser G l A s e r Kyle really appreciate you making time. Appreciate the insight. Thank you very much. Looking forward to talking you down the road sometime. Thanks. Yeah, my pleasure. All right. Thanks, Cow Glaser Joining me on the program? Yeah, that that pool's contract. That was one Where you know there were a lot of ST Louis people at the time. That were angry. They didn't re sign Albert Pools. A man that was a decade that went by fast. It doesn't feel like that long ago that Albert Pools was a Saint Louis Cardinal. Um, certainly doesn't feel like 10 years ago. On. Maybe because the last several years with the Angels have been so Nondescript for pools. We just don't have a ton of great angel years to remember with pool halls, So we remember the cardinal years where he was I mean, it's either him or Barry Bonds as the greatest hitter of the last 20 to me of the last 25 years. It's one of the two of them mean pool halls was ridiculous and trout to throw my trout in there. Um But Our pool in the fact that the two of them were on the same team for a period of time when pool still had something left in the tank. Is, uh It. I would love to go back and read the articles. They were covering the angel signing our pool halls and what that was gonna be like, especially when trout started to really emerge. Like, Wow, We got these two guys in the lineup and just nothing. No, I mean like trucks played in like you can count. On one hand the number of playoff games Mike Trout's played in Nothing out of that. But you knew that when, when out report will sign that deal? It's just you looked at it. You go. Okay. This This is going to be horrific on the back end. And it's look. It was horrific. 25 million or whatever it was he was making 2025 million. It's bad, obviously, I mean, they they, D f ate him in the middle of the year. But even that, you know that now when the big salaries or 30 35 40 million But still those last 45 years when he signed that deal a decade ago, you said, Man, that is just you looked at it. You said. I know he's a great hitter. That's gonna be hideous. And then there's only certain teams that can do that. There's only certain teams that can pay that tax on the back end. You know, I think there's I think there's a lot of teams. Maybe more than we more than we think that can manage a few big contracts on their payroll. You know that that aren't just the Yankees and the Dodgers of the Cubs of the Red Sox. You know, I live in Houston, the Astros of the $200 Million payroll. They've got several large contracts held Justin Verlander's getting paid 33 million to rehab an elbow from Tommy John surgery. And I think they should still be the favorites to win the division. So it's it seems they're smarter now about managing the contracts. But if you really want to go get a guy if you really want to do the 10 year deal. There's a lot of teams man, I don't know like this. It's gonna be really interesting to watch the tatty steel 14 years and I know he's only 21 22 years old. But how the hell do you know how a deal is gonna age? 10 years, 10 through 14 in San Diego. You know that in in L. A So, um But the pool halls one I'm look, they there The Angels there in Los Angeles. There a big market team. Hasn't stopped them from making other.

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Fresh update on "albert pools" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:25 sec | 8 min ago

Fresh update on "albert pools" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

"Your basket back on baseball tonight, taking you to first pitch for the Phillies and Braves on Sunday night Baseball Atlanta's offense, paced by Ronaldo, Kunio Junior who will be in the lineup tonight. After getting hit by a pitch and yesterday's game. He leads the club with her 6 52 slugging percentage, including 18 Extra base hits and 10 home runs. Austin Reilly is second on the Braves with 29 hits. And seven knocked in. Speaking of runs knocked in for the second time in his career. Albert Pool halls is in search of a new team, though this time there won't be a mega contract with teams lining up to sign of the Angels parted ways with the future Hall of Famer and it's possible that this is the end of the road for a player who has over 3200 career hits and 667 career home runs. Tim Kurkjian. Details, pools Cooperstown accomplishments. If.

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"albert pools" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:41 min | 2 d ago

"albert pools" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"The end of a career is near. For Albert Pools, it has been quite a run one of the best of all time. His greatness began immediately, and for more than a decade, it never stopped who holds one the rookie of the year in 2001, hitting 3 29 with 37 home runs. 130 are beyond his 1st 10 seasons with the Cardinals were arguably the best 1st 10 seasons of anyone in history. He is the on Lee player to hit 300 with 30 homers and 100 are the eyes in each of his 1st 10 years who holds 13 M V P awards. He finished second four times. And in 10 of his 1st 11 seasons, he finished in the top five, cardinals won the world Syriza in 2006 and 2011 with pool halls as the team's best player and its leader in every way. On and off. The field, who holds his career with the Angels was filled with injuries and playing through pain. His career average dipped 2 to 98 but is 667 homers and 3253 hits puts him with Hank Aaron, Willie Mays and Alex Rodriguez as the only players ever. 600 homers and 3000 hits after Lou Gehrig, the greatest first baseman of all time is either Jimmie Foxx or Albert Pool who holds showed up every day ready to play T hit and to win. He was indeed the machines that some rare.

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Fresh update on "albert pools" discussed on CBS Sports Radio

CBS Sports Radio

00:35 min | 52 min ago

Fresh update on "albert pools" discussed on CBS Sports Radio

"How good or bad ally was that by Francisco Indoor I mean, that's that's it. That's a 10. I mean, everyone knows that. That's just your kind of reflecting there, and we all know what happened. But look, teammates, you know, scuffled happened. Disagreements happened, Get over and you move on, and that's what they've done. I think Rat raccoon thing was just very clearly. You know, around record, we're fine and things Some people take it seriously as if it was something to debate like, Wait. Everyone knows this was not correct, right? It was very, very odd to see people. Even semi by it. But look, I mean, he made have you no confrontations. They figured out they move on and the Mets so far, you know, they they responded positively to it, so we'll see if it keeps up. Yeah, This is where I I got a lesson this weekend, Kyle because I was my son's graduation and I'm following all this stuff on Twitter. And you know when you follow stuff on Twitter, you're on Twitter. So you know, like you only see bits and pieces of things. So the way I was interpreting is like, okay, there was a gigantic rodent inside the clubhouse like I had no idea about the kerfuffle between You know Lynn Door and whichever team mate. It was that I can't recall but that that's that's what I took away from Social media. Like Oh, I can't wait to see the video of this rat that they thought was a raccoon in the clubhouse, and it wasn't anything like that. It was two teammates getting into getting into a scuffle down in the clubhouse. Yeah. Twitter and social Media in general are very good at painting the entire picture for Yes. Good point. Glaser. Baseball America, Kyle before I get you out of here, Albert pool halls. We done seeing Albert pool halls and if if if we're done seeing him, what is the legacy of Albert pools? Yeah, we are again. I have a hard time seeing anyone pick him up. He has not been an above average offensive performer as measured by ops. Plus since 2016. He doesn't do anything for you base running wise or defense wise anymore, and Look, He's one of the greatest to ever play who just hung on a little too long, But I think you look back and say, Yeah, this is one of the best players in baseball history. We should always appreciate what he didn't say Lewis. You see the cautionary tale for these 10 and 12 and 13 year contracts, it seemed to be keep getting given out. There's a lot of them for first basement in particular yak giving up 10 plus your contract to first baseman. The 30 does not work out. Miguel Cabrera is another example. Joey Votto, and we gave the Reds a couple good years the front end, but the back has been pretty ugly. Yeah. Long term deals for first base and that take him through their age 38 39 40 seasons. It's just not a good investment. Yeah. Kyle Glaser. Baseball America. You can get him on Twitter at Kyle A Glaser G l A s e r Kyle really appreciate you making time. Appreciate the insight. Thank you very much. Looking forward to talking you down the road sometime. Thanks. Yeah, my pleasure. All right. Thanks, Cow Glaser Joining me on the program? Yeah, that that pool's contract. That was one Where you know there were a lot of ST Louis people at the time. That were angry. They didn't re sign Albert Pools. A man that was a decade that went by fast. It doesn't feel like that long ago that Albert Pools was a Saint Louis Cardinal. Um, certainly doesn't feel like 10 years ago. On. Maybe because the last several years with the Angels have been so Nondescript for pools. We just don't have a ton of great angel years to remember with pool halls, So we remember the cardinal years where he was I mean, it's either him or Barry Bonds as the greatest hitter of the last 20 to me of the last 25 years. It's one of the two of them mean pool halls was ridiculous and trout to throw my trout in there. Um But Our pool in the fact that the two of them were on the same team for a period of time when pool still had something left in the tank. Is, uh It. I would love to go back and read the articles. They were covering the angel signing our pool halls and what that was gonna be like, especially when trout started to really emerge. Like, Wow, We got these two guys in the lineup and just nothing. No, I mean like trucks played in like you can count. On one hand the number of playoff games Mike Trout's played in Nothing out of that. But you knew that when, when out report will sign that deal? It's just you looked at it. You go. Okay. This This is going to be horrific on the back end. And it's look. It was horrific. 25 million or whatever it was he was making 2025 million. It's bad, obviously, I mean, they they, D f ate him in the middle of the year. But even that, you know that now when the big salaries or 30 35 40 million But still those last 45 years when he signed that deal a decade ago, you said, Man, that is just you looked at it. You said. I know he's a great hitter. That's gonna be hideous. And then there's only certain teams that can do that. There's only certain teams that can pay that tax on the back end. You know, I think there's I think there's a lot of teams. Maybe more than we more than we think that can manage a few big contracts on their payroll. You know that that aren't just the Yankees and the Dodgers of the Cubs of the Red Sox. You know, I live in Houston, the Astros of the $200 Million payroll. They've got several large contracts held Justin Verlander's getting paid 33 million to rehab an elbow from Tommy John surgery. And I think they should still be the favorites to win the division. So it's it seems they're smarter now about managing the contracts. But if you really want to go get a guy if you really want to do the 10 year deal. There's a lot of teams man, I don't know like this. It's gonna be really interesting to watch the tatty steel 14 years and I know he's only 21 22 years old. But how the hell do you know how a deal is gonna age? 10 years, 10 through 14 in San Diego. You know that in in L. A So, um But the pool halls one I'm look, they there The Angels there in Los Angeles. There a big market team. Hasn't stopped them from making other.

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"albert pools" Discussed on AM 1530 WCKG

AM 1530 WCKG

04:31 min | 3 months ago

"albert pools" Discussed on AM 1530 WCKG

"But you're right once that avalanche started It just snowballed on them. It's almost like a relief pitcher, you know, you know a certain guy for whatever reason. I don't want to bring up bad memories. Remember Brad Lidge? Oh, yeah. Remember, You know how phenomenal he was, You know, And then he got taken deep by Albert pools in the playoff game. It just fell off the face of the earth for about three years before he re emerged. And I think you wanted to win a World Series. I think when the groceries with the Phillies he did, But when he was in Houston at the time, he just totally fell off of a cliff. And you see that happening with relievers, and it seems like with certain quarterbacks that seems to happen as well. There seems to be a turning point. Something happens and they lose their confidence and to a certain degree, Anthony Maybe this happened this year with Carson Wentz. You feel like you may have been a confidence issue with him. Or was he just shows shocked? Or maybe I could get a whole combination of issues. But I do think that can happen to a lot of players, especially young players. You know Carson Wentz for as much success as he had in his first year. Still a young player, and I think it messed with the mentally the fact that the team was able to win without him. And maybe you put him under pressure on himself, and all the other stuff cascading on him just turned into a giant snowball, and that's how you got the result that you got this past season. That there was some crazy reports, too, that he was changing place on purpose. How? Despite that he really had completely lost faith in Peterson's offense, which, by the way, I thought was horrible anyway. I mean, I can't really blame to an extent. By what do you do? And let's play a little musical Church of golf. Who's a mess went? Who's a mess? You have the shore watching who's legit. You have Matthew Stafford, who's legit. So when you think about musical chairs and musical quarterbacks, and I'll give you somebody else that I think teams should look at on your squad Mario to Yeah. Would you trade for Mario? I know I would think of looking trade for Mario to Yeah. And if the Raiders don't trade him, they're probably going to cut him because his cap numbers really, really high and you can't have. I believe cars cap numbers about 27 Million and Murray orders is about 11. You're not gonna be a backup quarterback $11 million, so they're going to figure something out with that. But, yeah, he's someone worth a look. Um, I wasn't a big fan of his as a starter the last few years in Tennessee, he had a good spot start for Derek Carr, or when Derek Carr got injured came in and played well, I don't know if he's someone I don't necessarily trust is my starting quarterback and maybe as a decent stopgap. He's someone that you can look at least come in and compete for a job. Someone who he's a fascinating guy. All right, so hit me, which should tread the thing. And then I want to ask you about Mario. And let's talk through it because Maybe he got sucked of under the right coach. Okay. All right. All right. Well, you know, we talked about Jared Golf, and there was a report from the athletic on Friday night that the Rams are an exploratory discussions with multiple teams about a trade involving Jared Gulf, so we'll have to continue. The monitor that one trade that looks like it might be going down in Major League Baseball is the Rockies, sending their All Star and Gold Glove winner Nolan a. Renato to the ST Louis Cardinals, pending approval from a player's association. And MLB. Aaron Otto does have a no trade clause. But by all accounts, it seems as if he's going to wave that and should everything work out the way it's supposed to. He will be a new member of the Cardinals. We had some action in the NFL or Excuse me in the NBA. On Friday, Utah Without Donovan Mitchell hammered the Dallas Mavericks 1 20 to 1 a one. They now have the best record in the NBA at 15 and four And have won 11 games in a row. The Clippers dominating the Orlando Magic Trey Young scoring 41 for Atlanta in a victory over Washington Spurs, kings and the Nets with wins a top 20 college hoops magic batch Up in the Big 10 saw Illinois be Iowa, 80 to 75 2nd round of the Farmer Insurance Open in Southern California, Victor hobbling what they one shot lead. Over three others back to the fellas. We are the fellas. Figgy. You just heard him. He's it for big Today. Big man is off fellows, of course coming alive from the farmers Insurance, Fox Sports Radio Studios. Call 1888 farmers and you could save a whole lot of something on auto insurance. So here in the Northeast Fig,.

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Fresh update on "albert pools" discussed on Joe Pags

Joe Pags

01:13 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "albert pools" discussed on Joe Pags

"It's Andy West, and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week and sports history. We'll start off this week, way back in 1901 Cleveland Blues pitcher Earl More No hits the Chicago White Sox for nine innings. But loses the game in the 10th four to two. This'll week in 1904 Cy Young pitches the first perfect game in modern baseball history for the Boston Americans against the Philadelphia Athletics jumping ahead this week in 1966. Baltimore Orioles outfielder Frank Robinson hits the first ball ever completely out of Baltimore's Memorial Stadium. Traveling an approximate 541 ft. This'll Week in 1981, the Boston Celtics wipe out on a limb. In point deficit in the second half to beat Philadelphia, 91 90 in Game seven of the Eastern Conference finals and become the fourth team in NBA history to recover from a 3 to 1 deficit. This'll Week in 2009 Alex Ovechkin records his first NHL playoff hat trick, and that's the winning goal in Washington's 4 to 3 win over Pittsburgh in Game two of the Eastern Conference. Syriza Sidney Crosby of the Penguins also scored three goals in a losing cause. On this weekend. 2018 L A H. Well, slugger Albert Pool halls got his 3000 pit reaching the mark with a broken bat single in a 50 win against Seattle who host joined Hank Aaron, Willie Mays and Alex Rodriguez is the only the saving possess it Here on this couch. I decided to make some changes. Starting with this couch. I'd love to be looking out my window at a beautiful backyard, A set of important wall time for a new house, Whatever your passion US bank and helped turn it into your next pursuit. Equal housing under member F B i.

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Los Angeles Angels slugger Albert Pujols hits 661st home run, passing Willie Mays for fifth on career list

Big Al and JoJo

00:09 sec | 8 months ago

Los Angeles Angels slugger Albert Pujols hits 661st home run, passing Willie Mays for fifth on career list

"Lead the Rangers forwarded to Albert Pools. Has hit a pair of home runs. He now has six this year. Couple of R B eyes for him.

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Fresh update on "albert pools" discussed on Scott Sloan

Scott Sloan

00:34 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "albert pools" discussed on Scott Sloan

"And enjoy life. Tyler in a Quinn already our skyline, chili feeling good player of the game. He's been a nice addition to this club. Now a call or Spoke to tonight's producer Jeff Car, wanting to know a little bit Maura about Albert Pool holes in the time the Reds almost signed him. Well, it's the most popular it was just a Very, very popular rumor that Walt Jocketty, former Reds general manager denies happening. What What else could he do? Knowing the history his history with ST Louis and Albert Pool halls. Popular rumor was that that big money what $225 million was earmarked for pool halls and when he signed with Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim The Reds had to go ahead, went ahead and gave the money to Joey Votto, so we'll probably never know the whole truth and nothing but the truth. That is the popular rumor. So Wow. History could have been rewritten. If they would have brought in the three time Nationally. GAM VP So But it aged 41. He's basically finished. He's a first ballot Hall of Famer. No way to the Red sign Albert pool halls. No. No, no and no..

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"albert pools" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"albert pools" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The cardinals beat the angels for two the story, clearly, former cardinals first baseman, Albert pool halls hitting a home run in the seventh inning he received a huge ovation curtain call from the Bush stadium crowd for my family, and my wife did drive my kids and my, my friends are here and Tom. You know. It just a moment that I would treasured. Pool halls now at six hundred forty six career home runs. The cardinals have won five of their last seven in Philadelphia special day for Marlins catcher. Wilkin Castillo is first major league game since two thousand nine he came to the plate in the seventh inning with the Marlins trailing Phillies three to first of all hitting a drive down the right field life. That's a fair ball off the wall coming around third base Castro he's going to score they coming home, the throat, not in time and Casteel. It a major league game for the first time in ten years in two days rips. Go ahead. Two run double in the seventh Marlins go up for two three. What a story sure was Glenn Gaffney Marlins radio Marlins beat the Phillies five to three. Elsewhere giants over the diamondback, seven four Alex Dickerson drove in three. He's got nine RBI and the two games since getting recalled from the minors. The Rangers beat the White Sox, six to five Braves. All of the nationals thirteen nine the Orioles snap a ten game losing streak beat the Mariners eight four gangs, have one eight in the row, they beat. The astros. Seven five Alex Verduga with a walk off Homer in the eleventh gave the dodgers a five four win over the Rockies. It was the brewers six reds, five Indians to Tigers nothing as beat the race for two Blue Jays down the Red Sox. Eight two seven pirates over the Padre six to three Mets ten cubs, too and intend the twins over the royals five to three. The royals traded pitcher, Ben lively to the Diamondbacks for cash considerations. The twins agree on a minor league deal with reliever Cody Allen. Lakers reportedly received permission from the warriors to talk to coach Ron Adams about a role on head coach Frank Vogel. Staff hockey, the devils, acquire defenceman PK, sue ban from the predators. Devils, GM Ray shero, Setsu ban brings a lot to table. I've always been a huge fan of PK savannah in terms of from his days and just watching them planning playoffs. Pittsburgh Montreal these competitor. He wants to win. And I love the fact he's done a Cup yet. He's hungry for that. And so we and Peter Schwartz. Listen to CDI sports radio at home. Ask Alexa, play CBS sports radio. Block owes country. This is Tiki barber. Brandon Tierney and I are talking NFL weekdays at one on Xtra sports thirteen hundred. Piece controversial, I've already guessing, what some of the reaction is going to be. He's confrontational. You're questioning the substance of the message is what you're doing right now. No, I'm not. Yes..

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"albert pools" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"albert pools" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Position. Number five Albert pools. This one made no sense. He was a great player was Saint Louis. You know, he batted three hundred or better every year in Saint Louis, but they signed him when he was old. And now he's thirty nine he'll be over forty one at the end of his contract. He's hit over three hundred one year with the angels. And he's hurdle the time. So this is they're getting to the end of this deal. But this deal didn't make any sense when they signed it. He was past his prime yet one or two great years laughed. I think the angels were trying to grab some market share. It was just a bad contract. Number four. A gal Cabrera's is worse. Eight years two hundred and forty eight million though yoy under contract for five more years. He missed most last year with an injury currently thirty five in the past three seasons. Mr. home run hitter. Hit nineteen home runs. Total. Baseball's got some bad contract and baseball the contracts are long, this is as bad. Don't get me wrong. There was about six years. You would have paid this guy anything. They just picked the wrong time to give him the contract number three Jon Gruden without a league for that gate raiders went foreign twelve. They appear to be kind of making it up as they go nine years left on the deal a hundred million dollar deal longest biggest coaching contract ever in by the west one of the poorest NFL teams. So they they they have no leverage with him. Now, he has said if he doesn't get it down. He'll get the money back. He did offer of that. But I I just don't think that somebody that's out of a sport for ten years should come in any business and set records for the highest compensation number two John wall. Now, the reason his contract is worse than Russell Westbrook. Westbrook's better player and Westbrook at least. Plays John's hurt four years one hundred and seventy million of the stories now, he's not gonna play next year. So I mean, I can say what I want about Westbrook. But Westbrook's giving you the effort Westbrook's plan now, the sports moving away from Westbrook. But John wall is now he just had an awful injury another surgery. So he's gonna come back and not be the same player. Play thirty two games this year, forty one games last year. It's as bad an NBA contract as the sport has right now. Number one Jacoby ellsbury.

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"albert pools" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"albert pools" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Wednesday. Cisco. Juice material these sports leader. One of the big stories today. Rob Manfred Commissioner major league baseball says that. Limiting the defensive shifts is gaining momentum. My initial thought on that was I guess in hoops, right illegal defenses so forth. I mean, they've they've made some and through the years have made some major defensive adjustments. But I always thought with the shift that the sport would evolve guys would figure it out pretty much sports. Always does that. And in an age of analytics where I know where a guy is gonna hit a ball. But I can't stand where the guy is gonna hit the ball because. We're gonna make another offensive adjustment. Because in sports. That's what we do. If the offense is limited in any way. Gotta take away any advantage. The defense has and we gotta make it all about offense. So what's your initial thought on this whole thing if they ban or limit the shift anything that's good for the game bad for the game in different? What do you think? I don't know. I mean, there's still read the article in the Atlantic Jason stark that Ed. It was it was good article inconclusive though on how much it helped how much it hurt. We know it's mostly left-handers. Even though the guy that I guess apparently was who was affected by the ship. The most was Albert pools. Matt carpenter was second of the of the cardinals. So I don't know. My inclination. Without knowing all the facts is to say, no just because I don't even like a legal defense and basketball. I think you should be able to play whatever you wanna play and guys are good enough guys will figure it out in basketball. They just figure if he plays zone. It will slow the game down. Like you can't slow down that much at the twenty four second shot clock. You have to shoot the ball at some point. And in basketball. I think teams know what they're doing. They would kill zone. It is whereas out and especially when you guys shoot nowadays. Exactly. I don't think he'd have a chance. But if you wanna put guys if you wanna put seven guys on one side of the infield than it's either team to take advantage of the opportunities, you're giving them so far most people haven't been able to do that. So teams continue to employ that strategy. I guess the only reason I would be even thinking that. Okay. Maybe we could do something like that. Again. I don't know how it works. Can you move after the pitch can you move? I don't know. Is that the shift? It's not just the shift. It's what the ship has led to this shift is led to the launch angle because you wanna hit over this ship. You wanna put the ball in the air. You don't wanna put the ball on the ground. That's one of the biggest things that you talked about pitchers. Fly ball Ray ground ball rate wanna give the ball on the ground. You can't it over the fence. When you when you put it on the ground when you keep it on the ground so hitters now are really learning. How to get the ball in the air coup. Whatever they're doing to modify their swings. They're looking for a launch angle to a certain extent you want to get the ball up and over the infield into the outfield so intern that is lead to more strikeouts. Could you get more of these uppercut swings? And now patriots starting figure why I needed work the top of the zone because it's going to be hard to catch up to a ball. When your bats coming in an uppercut at the top of the zone. We were taught we're younger hit down on the ball. All you at the top half of the ball or at the bottom half of the ball. It was but it down on it. And these spin the ball out. Now, these guys are just trying to lift the ball at all costs. So it mentioned in the article does this affect action runners on base balls and play all that kind of stuff. And while certainly it affects balls in play because strikeouts. An all time high, and they don't seem to be diminishing anytime soon. I'm not sure about the action in terms of like hit and run stolen bases. A double plays where they're more double plays with the shift less double plays with the shift because now guys are in different positions. They said it was up to the players. They ban the shift. They good players have no problem saying, they don't like the chip they want to get rid of the shift. Hitters. Don't like it pitchers. Don't like it. Although you see patriots. Every once in a while they'll turn around to be upset that a guy would be there. They're easy last year. Yeah. He's but then there's some guys sometimes they go, man. That's that's going to be a single. Oh, it's a double place. We rate there. So. Here's what I came down to though, I came down to this. And I still think again, I'm not as strident as I once was I still think it's okay to do whatever you want to do. But we're doing what we do in the NBA. Now, we're turning it into a math problem, right? The NBA is a math problem. Now. It's threes and twos in twos being dunks. Like, you don't want mid range because that's not a good percentage at at low efficiency is with with that is. So you're starting to turn the game instead of how all these athletes do what they do and their explosive and their creative. We've turned them into three point shooters and dunkers is what we've done so baseball now instead of letting the players do what the players do show, the lettuces, the rain all that kind of stuff. We've turned this into a math problem. Now, we have it down to every decimal. This is what this guy hits. This is what he doesn't hit. This is where he hits it when you pitch them here. This is what he hits in this county. This is what he does there. It's not scouting having to write everything down and trying to figure it out. It's just you feed all this stuff into computer now and Bom it just spits out your answers. So from that aspect, I started thinking, maybe I wouldn't mind seeing abandon the ship because I'd like to see the players the players and the players have a bigger impact on the game. Instead of the numbers crunchers who have all these numbers and say well, forty percent of the time he hits a here's a stand there. Then all of a sudden boom hits the right to you. I'm not saying it's wrong. Just like, I'm not saying the NBA coaches are wrong for shooting threes because it makes sense. It makes sense. If you have a team that can shoot them. Why wouldn't you take a bunch of threes? When thirty three percent equals fifty percent makes perfect sense. So I just I, but I don't doesn't everything Volve. I dunno. It should it should hasn't yet. Because the only reason I'm saying this, and this isn't the perfect example. But. I told you this during the break. My son was going to a baseball game baseball tryouts coming out for high school in January. The first thing they had him. Do was go. Oh, he got in the cage. And they said oppo because that's going to be the next generation of kids. You got to be able to hit the ball. Two different ways. Sports is always been about evolving. Okay. They figured this out, especially football. All the k they'd figured this out. We're going to do this. We figure this out. We're going to do this. I just think at the professional level. It is up to you to then take advantage of what they're giving you an evolve the game because I think from a power sham. How you talked about strikeouts. These guys they realize they're gonna get paid for it in the ball to the ballpark. Anyway, they're not going to go back to being rod Karoo. That's not going to happen. Oh, they ban the shift or they limited the shift. I'm just gonna start hitting the ball into right field. If they wanted to do that if they wanted hit singles they bunt because there's no third baseman. All you gotta do is keep it fair. They don't wanna do that. They wanna hit it out of the park. So look, I understand I guess the only thing that bothers me about his a it always evolving. So just let it. Naturally. Evolve back to whatever it's going to be and then be the cats out of the bag. So that they're just going to try to lift the ball and strike outs. I think you're gonna are gonna stay the same. I just in in Thirdly. It's always about the offense. No matter what rule change. I was like defensive finally figured something out. And we know how to slow these guys down. Nope. No, no, no. We need more offense. And you're balls in play. We need to entertain the masses. I don't know. I don't want to sound stodgy. I don't wanna be like Bob Costas. Look if something can evolve the game and make the game better and make people watch more. And that's really what they're trying to do make it more aesthetically pleasing. I get it. But I just think the game evolves, and you have to figure it out your professional athletes. I this is the one that has stumped me. Maybe more than anything else is why and I don't know about hitting. But why players can't beat the shift? I still don't get it. Why you can't hit it the other way? Why you can't figure out how to okay, they're playing me right here. I have holes right here. I know it's hard to hit a baseball. But they they can't figure that out. Here's the thing though. If you're a power hitter and you're pitching to a power hitter. Any says, all right. To the opposite field. Wouldn't you take that? Like when you say, okay. Go ahead. You're not gonna hit out of the ballpark. We'll keep keeping the ballpark. And we'll let you have a single. So you're almost giving them what they want in his stance by bunting or hitting it the opposite fields that are trying to hit it over the wall. I guess there are certain occasions during the course of the game, we need baserunners, and you should just take it. I don't care if you're a power hitter or not. And and yeah, I mean, I agree with you. I still believe you should be able to play with you want. But I'm starting to get like, okay. I see how one thing is led to another. And then that has led to one other thing. And then that is led to another thing. Like, you said, it's. Equation and much. We just sit there watching games that are three hours and fifteen minutes where it's like three to two like how does this game? How is this game three hours and fifteen minutes and the runs have been like two homers is what it's been. So I just. It's to the point where I said basketball is a three point shooting contests in who can who can hit the most threes and get the most layups where baseball now is home runs strikeouts in walks. That's that's what really it's about strikeouts in walks. I mean strikeouts. And in in in home runs, and it just seems like there's so much more than that. Well, they adjust. I guess I mean, they should you think at some point that adjusts, but again, some of the players that are out there. You don't care if they either wear to Saint go ahead. Either way we'll give you a single. I'll tell you. What's amazing? They did a roundtable. I don't know. If you saw it was on. I think it was last night or the night before an MLB network. They had a bunch of GM's in there with a guys like Brian Kenny who's big into the numbers and so forth..

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"albert pools" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"albert pools" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The Ad Council Secretary of state, Pompeo, got, a lot of questions the senate's over President Trump's recent summits with the leaders of North Korean Russia Senate Foreign Relations committee, chairman Republican Bob corker accused the White House of a ready fire aim fashion. To foreign policy. Saying from where he sits at appears the White House's waking up every, morning and, making it up, as they. Go secretary of state Mike Pompeo told the committee. Even after high profile summits with Russian President, Vladimir Putin North Korean leader Kim Jong nothing has changed in US policy until. North Korea eliminate its weapons of mass destruction are sanctions and those that the United stations. Will remain. United Nations will remain in effect Pompeo also says the US will not recognize the Kremlin's annexation of Crimea on Capitol Hill Jared Halpern Fox. News today is deadline day for the Trump administration to reunite as many. As twenty five hundred children with families separated at the border when parents would charge with coming here illegally On Wall Street stock futures mixed before today's trading. Up for the Dow down for the NASDAQ Now sports give Chris Davis an a. Plus any does center-field coachie back at three run home run, gone Oakland within one of Texas then with two out in the ninth inning Right field No Babies You jared Davison, to home runs the A's hung on for, a six five win on, Fox. Sports California their fifth straight Oakland remains a game and a half back of Seattle in the AL wild, card race the, Mariners beat the San. Francisco Giants Cleveland shutout Pittsburgh ending the pirates eleven game. Win streak the LA angels, beat Chicago and in, that game Albert pools hit is.

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"albert pools" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"albert pools" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A minute taxes who is that opposing player that scares you the most hey guys a little bit younger out here but for me it's one guy knows albert pools growing up as a houston astros fan i can still remember the way i it on my over seventeenth two thousand five when he hit a home run that's still has not landed game for the astros the world series it was the air of inevitability with there was just it's so crushing when he came to the plate you knew it was bad news yet by the way andy pettitte the best reaction ever he just said wow he couldn't ain't countries probably think that he was not on the mound throwing that ball having landed i haven't a whole story for you real quick and i should use him as a scared player first time first year in the league i go see the mets play at home against the st louis cardinals so he comes into play you knew he's going to be something special first time he's ever shea stadium at a time before they built city field so he grounds out to the shortstop and there was a bunch of guys behind home plate typical guys that brass people so the second time he comes up they start chanting over rated overrated like that right allied is on the mound to one count he throws a cut fast on the inside of the plate and alba pu host that centerfield over the wall shea stadium he comes to the plate the next time the same guys go under rated and our pool halls turned around tip is capped and advisors in the dying laughing 'cause he was saying don't get on his nerves because you see when you bugged him and you see where the ball landed in flushing bay never gonna find that ball again one of my favorite stories about a baseball player i said man and i've never heard forty four thousand people go like this mind that's all they say the ball and the ball went from home plate to out of that state of in about two seconds weighing on twitter komen espn metcalf kept by usb n the opposing player that scared you the most why should we be scared for manny pacquiao that's next did you know that our.

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"albert pools" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"albert pools" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"At eight eight eight seven two nine three seven seven six women texas was that opposing player that scares you the most got a little bit younger out here but for me it's one guy not albert pools growing up as a houston astros fan i can still remember the way i sell it on my cover seventeenth two thousand five when he hit a home run that's still has not landed for the astros to the world series got it was the air of inevitability with him there was just so crushing when he came to the plate you knew it was bad news yeah by the way andy pettitte said the best reaction ever he just said wow he could probably thankful that he was not on the mound ball having it landed i haven't have whole story for you real quick and i should use him as a scared player first time first year in the league i go see the match at home against the st louis cardinals so he comes into play you're going to be something special first time he's ever shea stadium at the time before they built city field so he grounds out to the shortstop and there's a bunch of guys behind home plate typical guys that brass people so the second time he comes up they start chanting over rated overrated like that right out light is on the mound to count he does a cut fast money inside a plate and alba pool host texts suited field over the wall shea stadium he comes to the plate the next time the same guys go under rated and our pools turned around tip is capital and alviti in the val dying laughing standpoint you're saying yeah don't get on his nerves because you see when you bugged him and you see what the ball land in flushing bay we're never gonna find that ball again one of my favorite stories about a baseball player i said man i've never heard forty four thousand people go like this mind that's all these seventy hit the ball and the ball went from home plate to out of that state in about two seconds weighing on twitter komen espn metcalf kept by espn the opposing player that scared you the most why should we be scared for manny out that's next taliban did you know that.

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"albert pools" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"albert pools" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"With a one nine five e r a last night albert pool halls hit his six hundred twenty third career home run with daddy passes stan musial in moves it to sixth place on the alltime rbi list with one thousand nine hundred and fifty one angels manager mike social says pool halls is honor those two had a chance to spend a lot of time together when he was in saint louis and he respects respects his legacy tremendously so i think to be in the same sentence with samuel l dollars it's a nice feeling for our our pool halls dow twenty seven th on the alltime hitless with three thousand twenty six and seven on the home run list but red sox will host the white sox today fenway park in boston last night red sox manager alex cora looked on as jd martinez hit his twenty first home run of the season is impressive he's consistent added he we always talk about his preparation how he goes about his business and he has a plan in every about today the red sox have rick poor sellout towing the robber dodgers pitcher walker buehler has bruised ribs not yet known how much time he'll miss he was removed from friday night's game in the sixth inning after his triple crown wedge justifies breeding writes have reportedly been sold for seventy five million dollars trainer bob baffert wins the triple crown again after american pharaoh did it in two thousand fifteen it never gets old american feral hill always be much i love this i do it for mike smith mike smith is he he deserved the fabric courtesy of nbc football seok safety earl thomas announcing on twitter he will not attend this week's mandatory minicamp attila's contract situation is resolved peter schwartz we have a new channel on sirius xm listen to cbs sports radio on sirius xm two.

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"albert pools" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"albert pools" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Five i don't think he's eighty five star he's forty five years old now cologne made his major league debut on april fourth nineteen ninety seven okay no other active pitcher debuted until april eight th two thousand one that was ccc bath ya three players in major league baseball right now round kuna mike saroka and juan soto not yet born when cohen made his debut back in one thousand nine hundred total cologne forty five years old like adam venit terry how about that still going strong he has the third best strike to walk ratio in major league baseball this year unbelievable and as you know this year gave us one of our first thrills going pitch pitch taking a perfect game into the seventh inning on sunday night against justin verlander so grit happy birthday to bartolo colon let's take a break we're back in sixty seconds with carl rudolf for the minnesota vikings some baseball news the twins have reinstated third baseman miguel scenario from the dl after he's missed the last twenty four games with a strained left hamstring white sox catcher wellington kostya will serve an eighty game suspension for testing positive for ep a banned substance under major league baseball joint drug agreement he did issue a statement admitted to an apologizing for making this decision currently underway angels out of the three nothing lead at toronto as they head to the bottom of the third inning martine maldonado with a two run single albert pool halls is also singled in a run pirates and reds are scoreless and they are in the bottom of the third inning nhl news san jose sharks have signed forty vander cain to a seven year contract hoops news north carolina ford luke maye headed back to the tar heels for his senior season he says he will withdraw his name from the nba draft i'm deb carson it's a gauntlet of speed chaos and destruction when racing's biggest names had to charlotte for the next race of.

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This Texas Stars goal was the result of a comical sequence of events – ProHockeyTalk

Colorado's Morning News

01:10 min | 3 years ago

This Texas Stars goal was the result of a comical sequence of events – ProHockeyTalk

"Game to get a win so we have to talk should be phone with mike trout albert pool halls and that otani guy in town john gray gets the call tonight he'll go against the andrew heaney rockies ondeck starts our coverage at six on koa nba playoffs cavaliers off to the eastern conference finals they blew out toronto won twenty eight ninety three to complete the sweep stars for the raptors not very good demar derozan just thirteen points meanwhile king james twenty nine eight and eleven for the cavs ten straight losses the raptors have suffered to the cavaliers seventy sixers still alive after beating the celtics in game four one three ninetytwo philly though trails three games to one rockets and jazz tonight game five in houston with the rockets up three one warriors up three one on the pelicans heading into game five in oakland detroit fire head coach stan van gundy nhl no three pete for the penguins they lose to the capital two one in overtime caps win the series four to nashville forces game seven they beat the jets for nothing that was up in canada game seven will be thursday in nashville the carolina panthers hired rod brindamour as their new head coach guys i need some help.

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"albert pools" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"albert pools" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Sports flash all right thanks very much we'll start with the nba pelicans in warriors in a game three from new orleans and the pelicans with a wiretowire victory they win it by nineteen one nineteen one hundred anthony davis led the way for new orleans thirty three points and eighteen rebounds klay thompson at twenty six and seven for golden state the warriors lead in the series down to two to one meanwhile the rockets blow out the jazz one thirteen ninety two rockets scored seventy in the first half eric gordon lead all scores with twentyfive houston now leads the series two games to one to the nhl goal nights beat the sharks in game five of that series five to three las vegas now leads the series three games to two meanwhile in overtime the lightning beat the bruins in game four of that series four to three dan girardi with the game winner tampa bay now leads that series three games to one major league baseball albert pool halls collects two hits angels beat the mariners and pools now has three thousand and one career hits he becomes the thirty second player all time to reach the three thousand hit plateau he's also just the fourth player all time to collect three thousand hits and six hundred home runs so congrats to pool halls congrats to the dodgers as well they beat the padres in monterrey mexico four nothing they toss a complete game combined no hitter walker bueller went the first six he gets the win three other relievers combined to shut down the padres they do not collect a hit it's the twenty third no hitter in the history of the dodgers and just the twelfth combined no hitter in the history of baseball astros of the diamondbacks eight nothing gary cole struck out sixteen royals beat the tigers four to two cardinals over the cubs three two pirates get by brewers six to four twin six four of the white sox red sox beat the rangers five one giants over the braves nine four read skip past the marlins for two one raise beat the blue jays sixty two rotties over the mets eight seven yankees beat the indians seven six i'm jay berman we have more off.

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"albert pools" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"albert pools" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And the raptors and toronto sorry to tell you turn out the lights the party is over this series is over the raptors will disappoint you once again but i there's a latest cbs sports update with jay berman sports flash all right thanks very much zach we'll start with the nba pelicans in warriors in a game three from new orleans and the pelicans with a wiretowire victory they win it by nineteen one nineteen one hundred anthony davis led the way for new orleans thirty three points and eighteen rebounds klay thompson at twenty six and seven for golden state the warriors lead in the series down to two to one meanwhile the rockets blow out the jazz one thirteen ninety two rockets scored seventy in the first half eric gordon lead all scores with twenty five houston now leads the series two games to one to the nhl golden knights beat the sharks in game five of that series five to three las vegas now leads the series three games to two meanwhile in overtime lightning beat the bruins in game four of that series four to three dan girardi with the the game winner tampa bay now leads that series three games to one major league baseball albert pools collects two hits angels beat the mariners and pools now has three thousand and one career hits he becomes the thirty second player all time to reach the three thousand hit plateau he's also just the fourth player all time to collect three thousand hits and six hundred home runs so congrats to pool halls congrats to the dodgers as well they beat the padres in monterrey mexico four nothing they toss a complete game combined no hitter walker bueller went the first six he gets the win three other relievers combined to shut down the padres they do not collect a hit it's the twenty third no hitter in the history of the dodgers and just the twelfth combined no hitter in the history of baseball astros of the diamondbacks eight nothing gary cole struck out sixteen royals beat the tigers four to two cardinals over the cubs three two two pirates get by the brewers six two four twin six four of the white sox red sox beat the rangers five one giants over the braves nine four reds get past the marlins four two one raise beat the blue jays sixty two rockies over the mets eight seven yankees beat the indians seven six i'm jay berman it's baseball season our war is above average the da show not until noon eastern cbs sports radio.

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"albert pools" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"albert pools" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Dot org pitch swing and a line drive into right field and that's going to drop in for hit number three thousand for the ball is mets haniger albert pool halls look sti were there it is career base hit number three thousand for the future hall of famer albert pool halls and it gets a standing ovation from the crowd here at safeco field congratulations to albert pool halls with his career hit number three thousand tonight for the los angeles angels against the seattle mariners that occurred in the top of the fifth inning with two outs a line drive single to write off of michalik base it to right field to mitch haniger and albert pool halls number three thousand and the los angeles angels now hold a three to nothing lead over the seattle mariners at safeco field congratulations to albert pool halls we remember him well from his days as with the saint louis cardinals well we've got a gain that we're talking about a reds four two one victory over the miami marlins and let's recap tonight's game and it's brought to you by serval electrical contractors residential commercial industrial serve all serves it all in the reds win four to one and sal romano gets the victory he went five in one third inning and his record improves to two and three way in chen only lasted four innings for the marlins he takes the loss he's one in one rizal a glazed picked up his fourth save of the season the red scored all their runs in the first inning jose peraza leadoff double to left alex blandino walks in after joey votto strikes out a you hanikos as unleashes a three run home run to laughed and then adam duvall follows it up with a home run opposite field job to right field and the reds hold a four to nothing lead after one and go on to win four to one swore as fourth home run of the season and adam duval's fifth of the year and they've got to get adam duvall go on he's batting only a buck sixty seven and once again tonight's recap is brought to you by serve all electrical contractors residential commercial industrial serve all serves it all let's go out to the phones we welcome in from indianapolis randan what's going on brandon kicks your how you doing outstanding i'm watching the.

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Vegas, Bruins and Boston discussed on The Dan Patrick Show M

The Dan Patrick Show M

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Vegas, Bruins and Boston discussed on The Dan Patrick Show M

"They they that last series they lost the first game one the second went there you know what i mean so you know like i said last year they got a lot of homeless people cheer for eighteen man we just gotta go in there and ready to play stanley cup playoffs the golden knights and sharks meet game five in vegas they're all tied to the bruins will try and even things up with the lightning game four tonight in boston nfl news the carolina panthers announcing that the resignation of defensive backs coach curtis fuller earlier this week came after complaints of workplace misconduct bullard been with the team since twenty thirteen in the league continues to investigate team owner jerry richardson for sexual an workplace misconduct baseball albert pool halls one hit shy.

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Ichiro Suzuki joins Seattle Mariners front office for rest of 2018 season

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Ichiro Suzuki joins Seattle Mariners front office for rest of 2018 season

"Breath magic johnson bank sports desk good afternoon greg john the milwaukee bucks are expected to cast a rather wide net in search for a head coach nba insider adrian rousey reporting several former head coaches will be considered among the crew steve clifford mike gouden holzer monty williams and david blance now you might have heard my three fifteen report when i had david fishtails name in that mix as well cross them off the list fidel has agreed to become the next head coach of the new york knicks that was fast chance for head coach joe plenty many believed that he will be involved in the process but it's not expected he will return brewers have the day off after we've been the reds in cincinnati behind wade miley stellar debut brewers find themselves in first place in the nfl central because of guys like miley and others founded by gm david stearns wade re look at the entirety of his career contributions what yet don we recognize that last year was really a little bit of an outlier year in terms of his control and his ability to throw strikes we have confidence that if he came into camp through strikes a chance to make our team exactly what he did around the league angel star albert pool halls to hits away from three thousand for his hall of fame career angels taking on the orioles later tonight and forty four year old ichiro suzuki transitioning out of a plane role into the seattle mariners front office he's not yet retiring john so i don't know what this all means but i guess he could return to the field next year when he's forty five now the mariners are supposed to open up next season in japan so maybe that's why he's not really retiring but taking this year off maybe he opens the season with the mariners next i have no idea but nonetheless each euro moving off the diamond at least for now a lot.

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"albert pools" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"albert pools" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The way is the metro going to need some help if they are going to be a true competitor this upcoming season but they'll had addeds today affect the mad suet and landscape overall well first of all otani ends up with the angels so he'll have the dh i think the the fun part with otani is can we actually see a player of throw a hundred innings is a pitcher start every five days and also get a hundred two hundred plate appearances as a batter and be effective added that the ssim we just we haven't seen since the days of babe ruth so i think it's fun the idea of it will you have the opportunity to do that in anaheim i thick so you look at the angels they have a dh that's the first things that are that the worry about plane rightfielder anything a along those lines and otani he could dh a little bit they could bench albert pools was terrible last year and plug in otani a bit it gives mike trout a chance to win some games out of trautz been the best player in baseball since she came up and yet he's only had one trip to the playoffs and baseball's the sport it's not like basketball it's not like a quarterback in the nfl where to some degree you could look at windsor losses you know look at greatness is great nba player the great they win because of if you've the dominant guy on the court he can run the whole gay that's untrue in baseball you got the best player baseball you cannot win a whole lot plenty of all famers that you'll never sniffed a world series doesn't take away from the kind of players they were in need help around you and for trout may finally gets a little bit of that with otani in the fold and i'll be curious when tani sits down as the big press conference what separated the angels from the dodgers the mariners from the giants from all the other teams that we heard the cubs were involved what separated them what is it about the.

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"albert pools" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"albert pools" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of the red sox yankees with boston winning this game tend the five they now have a four and a half game lead over the yankees in the division jonathan but the yankees still sitting atop the american and league wildcard standings and we will have sunday night baseball tomorrow after our show yenkey is red sox we are all over that series this week in here on espn radio yeah this is from the yankees standpoint judge went over four to strike out right dry slashed lined right now twenty nine four nineteen six osa seven but here's where we really needs to improve he needs to improve on the type of baseball cards he puts into his back pocket have you seen this is the thing now it happened in the game today where there was a teammate on the bench that gave him a baseball card and might be a star i think one of a was albert pools i think there is some other cards that were given him he puts the cardenist back pocket inning goes to the plates now then work are forum today over four but i'm thinking that got to give him like a classic by barry bonds or or mark mcgwire he'd need something that could give him going offense we helped the yankees i would give him one of the cards i had fifty of when i was a kid growing up i probably we had like 50 gregg jefferies rated rookie cover that guy like i was the cardi gotten every single packed a goal manned gregg jefferies he's going to be a bigtime star there was worth fifteen dollars is rookie year and the now is probably work like 25 cents in the newest beckett haeco judge heroes four groundouts the short in your back market since that up work out just well but you know this is always a great rivalry just being in new york when you're in men had no just walking around the york when there's a boston yankees match up there is a buzz in the streets you got to hear people talk about the series doesn't matter if its april august or definitely in the postseason people are into this rivalry while we talk about rivalry so much in sport with this thing is still it's still a strong robbery between two teams and i still think that the red sox.

"albert pools" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:34 min | 4 years ago

"albert pools" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Gonna love it why does albert pool six hundredths home run mi nothing to nobody i mean it was a nice event last night and people are talking about it this morning but there's no passion for it as looking at the players in recent memory and i had to go back and use the gifts of the internet's to be able to figure out that yes true there was not any kind of great passion to follow our pool since pursuit of six hundred home runs like there were the other players that have done it before have in fact in the modern era when you've been going for six hundred home runs every single one of your a bats was alive looking even espn was breaking into programming to give live look ends of the bats as players go for six hundred home runs what's wrong albert pool sissy chopped liver or is repulsive victim here a victim of the modern day mentality where people look at baseball numbers and say they don't matter anymore i don't think it's unfair to say that baseball numbers have been clearly depleted and diminished by the players of a previous generation who decided to take shortcuts it happens people's perceptions change there was a time when baseball's numbers were arguably the biggest thing and fans sports people could rattle off stats rattle off numbers there was a day in time when knowing this stuff and being able to recited off was a big deal now everybody's gotta smartphone stats guy doesn't matter is much stats guide doesn't you know command is much attention at the bar as they're holding court and sharing well you know the best batting averages is it's all changed the numbers of baseball though have been severely diminished and what that does is it makes moments like our pulls 602 home run feel pretty much anticlimactic and i've got to wonder and i think it's fair to wonder because of everything we'd seen out of the generation of baseball i believe alber pulses body's been given out on and hasn't allow them to be the same player that he was earlier on his career still relatively a young man when the when the health situation.

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