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The Mets Quest To Rebuild, And Rebrand, Themselves
"So tim. It's certainly been a roller coaster of an off season for the new york mets. How would you characterize the state of this. Mets organization as we head into the twenty twenty one season. I feel like the mets are still in kind of a period of transition as an organization. Steve cohen took over at the start of november and he brings in sandy alderson. The team's former general manager as his team president guy who's really well respected around the game of baseball and the thought was they wanted to instill a new culture for the mets to build this new mets team. That was totally different from what they had previously under wilpon ownership and for two and a half months they nailed it. We're going to build a process that produces great teams year in and year out. You bill champions you. Don't buy them. They nailed the opening. Press conference and i plan to make the investments. We need to succeed. It started signing guys. Trevor may and james mccann. They make a huge landmark trade for francisco endure and carlos carrasco the first week of january and everything was rolling in the right direction for them until mid-january and the story about jared porter and his inappropriate text messages and texts photos with a female reporter while he was a member of the chicago cubs front office in two thousand sixteen exposed that maybe the mets could have done a better job in the vetting process. That was clearly for a lot of baseball reporters. Based on the inference took off of twitter talked and he will find out his character. That's on you. Skepticism is really exacerbated. A couple of weeks later when we learned about micky calloway's misconduct as mets manager. In two thousand eighteen. Twenty nine thousand. Nine callaway sent unsolicited messages and photos to women among other inappropriate and harassing behavior. The former mets manager aggressively pursued the women through messages and in person the team released a statement saying was hired by sandy alderson. As the general manager. Calloway had been hired by. Sandy alderson two years before so i think all of the good vibrations from the first couple months of the offseason were undercut by what happened in the last month of the offseason for mid january to the start of spring training in february
Why Syria's civil war is still a "living nightmare" after 10 years
"Today marks 10 years since the start of the Syrian civil war, which has devastated that country more from the BBC's moral. Alderson, the United Nations special envoy for Syria gape edition. Is calling for an end to what the U N describes as the country's living nightmare. 10 years after Syrians first held huge rallies, demanding peaceful political change, he's due to tell the Security Council there must be a negotiated end to the war that has since left hundreds of thousands of people in Syria dead or missing on 60% of the population at risk of hunger. Serious President Bashar al Assad's regime has been accused of war crimes. And using chemical weapons against its own
Explaining Threshold Concepts in Physical Education
"Spoke. That's just come out chamber alderson bryant threshold concepts in physical education design thinking approach. Now it may be that people listening. Don't know what some of those things are yet and we will come to that but first of all. How was it that the three of you came to collaborate on this book was the story behind it. Okay tom so i guess if i take you back a couple of years prosise really started. When funeral was applauded does student examiner for sporting p. program in the poorest folks in health sciences on. I believe it was really the first time i visited as an external examiner. Three arrests went for the coffee down. Cardiff pay before her return. Flight home it was really that conversation. Not coffee was where the magic or the seed for this book was prompted. I vividly remember the discussion that we were in the world to right within our own discipline. I think in particular some of the key critical questions we were asking each other centered around as a discipline of physical education. We clear what we were trying to achieve where we try to overclaim what we trying to do achieve was really possible for children and young people to achieve before they left school. So i guess the the most important question pursue our skin to establish with our listeners now is is this idea of threshold concepts and what. That's all about what is a threshold concept and why they so valuable to physical education so any discipline that we think about there are disciplined because they have these things called thresholds concepts. That's the only reason they're ever called a discipline. And i know that annan. Her previous answer mentioned as we believe that he was a disciplined or actually redick wondering about that ourselves. Is that actually the case. So if i give you some examples of threshold concepts first of all tonight on package little bit for you if we look at particular disciplines so for example in maths at threshold current set is an complex numbers if we look at design. Ambiguity is a concept. You have to grasp if you're a designer if you don't grasp what you can't call yourself a designer in law its presence. It's opportunity cost in economics. It's entropy maybe in physics so every discipline you can caboche if you were to lead the miles on the table. Every discipline that we know of has these threshold concepts and weirdly. We couldn't actually claim that for physical education. We couldn't literally sit down and go boom. That's what he eagles and we found that often. That was a problem because we felt that the reason of our subject area is often not valued is because we don't have these we haven't called the mouse definitively physical education offers. These are these threshold concepts so threshold concepts when their masters. They enabled students to look at problems in completely new ways. Antitank practice and talk in a manner of scholars of that discipline and the reason called threshold. Concepts is because you literally cross thresholds when you learned and you can never unlearn them. An maybe from maybe the fact that we're involved in movement riding a bike you never forget how to ride a bike so once you've learned tisch. It's not something that you can ever unlearn it's there it's embodied etc so quadruple would be described as admire land. Who don an awful lot of work in this area. It's like a portal so opens up a new and previously inaccessible way of thinking about something and it represents a transformed way of understanding or interpreting our viewing something and without that the learner cannot progress in that particular discipline or ever call themselves a scholar at that discipline.
Mets fire GM after he sent explicit texts to female reporter
"The Mets confirmed the firing of Jared Porter this morning he sent graphic uninvited text messages and images to a female reporter in twenty sixteen when he was working in the Chicago cubs front office the accusations against him were reported Monday night by ESPN that's president sandy Alderson says he has spoken with Porter who has acknowledged his quote serious error in judgment the forty one year old Porter was hired by the Mets last month after spending four seasons with the Arizona Diamondbacks as senior vice president and assistant general manager I'm Mike Hampton
Report: New York Mets GM admits explicit texts to female reporter
"Report tonight and they have a lot of it verified by Jared Porter himself. Jared Porter is the Mets general manager who was hired by Sandy Alderson when he came in to run baseball operations following Steve Cohen bought the team. Well, According to this ESPN report, Jared Porter sent explicit unsolicited text and images to a female reporter in 2016 when he was with the Cubs that culminated with a picture of an erect Naked male member this, according to a copy of the text history that was obtained by ESPN. Here's the details, and then I'll tell you why. I can't believe he hasn't been let go. Already. The woman was a foreign correspondent who moved to the United States to cover Major League baseball. They had a chance meeting in an elevator. And she thought Jared Porter yellow. Jared Porter is working for the Cubs, and she was making a connection in networking. So they exchange information. Uh, that's the only time they actually spoke, was in that elevator when they met. So then Jared Porter and this woman start texting with each other and he text her. Hey, we should get together. We should have a drink, and he's texting her a lot, right. He's texting her a lot. And she's responding once every you know if you text Hey, let's get it. Let's have a drink. Let's do this. Let's do that on. They didn't meet for a drink. One night after said she could meet with him Jared Porter, sending unsolicited selfie of himself just a selfie of himself. It's me in this picture is in the ESPN article, and he wrote back like And she didn't respond. Uh Then he texted the next day saying, Why aren't we hanging out? You're so pretty. Do you have a boyfriend? It could be me on this is going on now for a few days. After she sent a selfie Now she sends a selfie back to him. And Porter responded. You're gorgeous. You want more of me? She said yes. Explaining the ESPN. I thought it would be awkward to say no, I didn't think of where it would progress. Then Porter sent three pick. Yeah, this is where l k doors opened an escalating quickly horses out of the barn. Porter then sent three pictures, including the first of several that would show a man lying on a bed with a bulge in his pants. The woman was initially confused. Quarter wrote like she laughed again and texted. Yes, though she told ESPN Shin and realized the intention of the photo taken. You're not married, she asked. So okay, so here's little bit of him, sending a lot of text and it seems a little weird Stalker ish and some stuff you wouldn't send. But she is sending back to him, and she's sending things like yes, and liking pictures that he sent So then she realizes that things were getting to a sexual nature and she doesn't respond. Quarter than saying. This is this is the big deal. Porter then sent 62 unanswered texts. 62, including seven photos. That included the final nude photo of a naked male member. Now. When Jared Porter was asked about this, he admitted sending the text and then when he was asked, Are these pictures of you? He said, No. Those air stock images so apparently the Cassis I went on Twitter and found a stock image of I went looking for male members everywhere. It's all I got to use. This one wanted representative, I guess. Yeah, I gotta get going. Does that have that? Have a birthmark? Does that of this was And so that's what he said. He said Then, when ESPN told them we're running a story on this, Do you want to comment? Jared Porter stopped and didn't call them back. The Mets released a statement tonight saying they have spoken with Jared Porter, and they will have Maura after they do their own investigation with this now, obviously, this is just happening, and you can make an argument in the in the in the first part of it that Well, what was he overboard? She have sent those texts? No, he shouldn't have. But she did send back responses that were in the positive of Yes. So he thinks, okay, I'm cool, sending these images to you, and then when she cuts it off, that's where things get back because then 62 texts. That go unanswered. And then you're still still sending naked pictures of of male members. Uh, yeah. You know Jared Porter, I think you've had your last day Has Mets GM. I mean, I know what happened when you were with the Cubs. I understand that. But this is a horrible optic that the Mets don't need the entire time. He's GM Who's gonna take him seriously, who forget about whatever charge you might face for stalking or Harassment. Whatever it is, Uh, really? You're gonna keep this guy around. I just don't see it. I mean, I just don't know. Is it gonna happen in 12 hours is going to happen in 10 minutes, but the Mets can't go forward him is the G M. Because at the very least, this is a really bad optic. They don't need that. Just going to embarrass the entire organization and they need to say you know what? Jared, I'm sorry. But, boy, this is too much for us and good luck and you're done and we're gonna have a new GM. And we're gonna call Jason Smith that Fox Sports radio because he's got a finger on the pulse. The Mets, and he knows we got to go get George Springer aren't I added that
Mets abandon baseball president search, to look for GM
"The Mets of that band in their search for a president of baseball operations giving team president sandy Alderson a greater role in baseball ops the club will instead focus on hiring a general manager who will report to Alderson who returned to the team November six when Stephen calling completed is two point four two billion dollar purchase of the team Alderson said he had been thwarted in attempts to gain permission to speak with officials on other teams he told Louis Rossi will return for a second season as manager I'm Dave Ferrie
The Suffolk Strangler
"His tone was descending into panic in the final weeks of two thousand six but forty eight year old steep right was on top of the world. He had gotten away with murder twice. On second passer-by found the body of gem adams the second woman he killed his first victim. Canyon nickel had still not been found. What's more his devoted girlfriend. Pamela suspected nothing. The steve she knew was a shy unremarkable. Man who loved golf soap operas and her homemade shepherd's pie but without even knowing it pamela was a part of his deadly nighttime routine. Pamela night shifts at a call center every evening right came home from his own shop as a forklift driver. Ate dinner then drove pamela to work after kissing her goodbye. He drove back into town where he picked up sex workers in the red light district but more recently rights appetites took a darker turn. Now he wasn't looking for women to sleep with. He was looking for his next. he was meticulous. He used gloves to handle. The bodies then carefully vacuumed his car and washed his clothes right. After by the time. Pamela arrived home at dawn. He was in bed. Sound asleep the day. The body was found right and pamela. Were watching the news on tv. Pamela pushed her plate away unable to eat another bite with horror. I'll bet the other one's dead to without missing a beat right kept eating and said yeah. I bet you're right. Most people wouldn't be this calm watching their murders become headline news but right wasn't like most people. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode. please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks greg rights. Calm behavior during this period and his uncanny ability to lie to his loved ones could indicate antisocial personality disorder. Although as far as we know he's never been diagnosed with this or any other personality disorder. Right fits many of the criteria for apd as outlined by the dsm five a pattern of deceitfulness of failure to follow through on personal or professional obligations hostility and a lack of remorse for hurting others. Key lied to his partners about using sex workers for years. Dating all the way back to his twenty. He had a long history of bad debts and short-lived jobs and seemed free from remorse for the violent abuse of his second wife. Diane though it's not clear what was going through rights head at the moment has murders came on the news. It seems that he wasn't afraid of getting caught. In fact it's possible. The discovery made him more anxious to kill again. The day after gemma's body was found. He was back on the hunt. On the evening of december third right picked up twenty four year old. Analii alderson of feisty. Mother of one analyst struggled with drug addiction in her teenage years and was never able to shake the habit in the last months of two thousand six. She turned to sex work in order to make ends meet. She was last seen alive that night boarding a train around six. Pm on underway. Way to ipswich where she was known to work the streets few hours after she arrived in ipswich she crossed paths with steve right. It's important to note that right has never offered full accounts of his murders. So we can only piece together a possible version of events based on forensic evidence and later testimony. What's uncontested is that right. Drove emily back to his flat on london road just a few minutes away from where he picked her up and they had after they finished analee. Try to leave but wouldn't let her. He made a habit of choosing women who were physically slight and stood no chance against him. It was only too easy for him to overpower her and strangled her to death shortly before two. Am a traffic camera captured. Right driving out of it switch. He drove several miles southeast with annelies body on the floor of his car stopping in a wooded area near the village of nakdimon there he prepared to dispose of her body just as he had ten years and gemma's but this time something was different right left his first two victims in water but this evening he chose dry land at instead of simply dumping attlee in the woods. He arranged her body in a cruiser form shape on her back arms outstretched side to side like across even with this extra attention to detail. Right was back home by three. A m as always. He washed and vacuumed his car. Put all of his clothing in the washing machine and went to bed.
Fizz Fizz, with Fantastic History of Food
"Dating back at least the seventeen hundreds people of Europe drank natural mineral water believed to cure of variety of illnesses like gallstones scurvy. Even bathing from these natural springs was seen as therapeutic. People literally went for the waters, though that freezes only hanging on its fingernails through the expression I'm not here for the water's usually set of someplace. You don't want to be like work. Many people tried to sell the water off site, but packaging and transportation at the time were prohibitively difficult and expensive, so they went with the next best thing. They'd manufacture their own water. Fine I'll make my own mineral water with blackjack and hookers. Most y'all are confused, but one person just snorted coffee through their nose. Mark my words. In seventeen sixty seven British chemist Joseph priestley tried carbonated water as you would beer by fermentation with yeast. The results were weak, but they worked in seventeen, seventy two. He published a paper entitled impregnating water with Fixed Air. priestley's apparatus, which featured a bladder between the generator and the absorption tank to regulate the flow of carbon dioxide was soon joined by a wide range of variants. However, it wasn't until seventeen eighty one that carbonated water could be produced on a large enough scale with the establishment of companies specializing in producing artificial mineral water. Others improved on Priestley's work, and while he did get respect from the scientific community, he didn't make anything for the invention that made possible a four hundred billion dollar a year industry. American, Inventor John Matthews designed a Soda Fountain that Could Produce Enough carbonated water for all his customers all day in eighteen, thirty, two, leading to the opening of the First Soda Fountain. In Their Heyday Soda Fountains were elaborately decorated places for rejuvenation more like a walk-through health retreat a snack counter and they were usually found in pharmacies. Pharmacists already used sweet tasting flavor syrups like lemon lime to mask the taste of bitter medicines like Quinine, an iron liquid medicine, being the standard form time rather than pills. At some sparkling water and you've got something new on your hands. Sas Parrilla for example was used to treat syphilis, supposedly and phosphoric acid and ingredient in most colas was thought to help with hypertension. The oldest major soft drink America Dr Pepper was created by Pharmacist Charles Alderson in eighteen, eighty, five and marketed as an energy, drink and brain tonic. Soda, the Effervescent News Hadn't medicine. We might be frustrated by. It takes a new medication to get to the market or top of mine a new vaccine, but it beats the old way of doing things at least from the consumer side from the manufacturer's side. The late nineteenth century, the era of the patent medicine was the best time to be alive. You could put anything you wanted in a bottle and call it medicine. You could still go around calling yourself doctor without having to prove it. Mix Up some tap water. Whatever's handy something bitter to make? It tastes like medicine, and then something sweet, so it's not too bitter, and of course if you can booze and hard drugs. Have Pretty printed with filigree and vague, sometimes contradictory claims and watch the money roll in. Behold the age of the patent medicine. Patent medicines are named after the letters patent probably letters patent since it was granted by the English crown. The first letters patent given to an inventor of a secret remedy was issued in the late seventeenth century. The patent granted the medicine maker a monopoly on his particular formula. The term patient medicine came to describe all prepackaged medicine sold over the counter without a doctor's prescription early English patent medicines sold like Jordan's in the colonies like dice Dr Bateman drops, whose original patent was granted by King George, the I in seventeen, twenty six, and was still available into the twentieth century. Not About to let the Brits make off with all the Lucre America began to cultivate their own patent medicines, an industry that boomed in the decades leading up to the civil war in the US very few patent medicines actually had a patent. You could get yourself a bottle. Love hosters celebrated stomach. Bidders Phero China John cleese Kella CEO. Bark and iron tonic reaches embrocations Emerson's Rheumatic Cure. Brooks's Barefoot Appointment SP Goff's magic oil, ligament or something just called salvation oil patent medicine actually played its own small part in the war. The government tax their sale along with the sales of matches, playing cards perfumes at L. to fund the war effort and repay military debt. Just like cigarettes today, patent medicines had to have a tax stamp on them for decades. Thirty years after the civil war, the government returned to Patent Medicine Taxation to fund the Spanish American war, which ran from eighteen, ninety eight to nineteen o two using a distinctive battleship stamp. The second half of the nineteenth century with the rapid growth of industrialization and populations in American cities was a high point for such hokum. Literacy was also improving with meant that they were more magazines and newspapers for patent medicine makers to advertise in and more people who could actually read the ads. There was also a pervasive and widespread distrust for medicine of the day. This was the era of heroic, medicine. Doctors went to extremes like bloodletting and purgatory gives to cure disease. We. Know now that making it already sick person poop their brains out or cutting them with a blade that you didn't know you needed to wash between. Patience is a bad idea, but back then it was no pun intended cutting edge stuff.
Fashion History Now: Nurse Uniforms
"One of our most recent episode was about the history of nurse uniforms and we talked about how the nurse's cap is very specific symbolism and how the wearing of the cap really started to die out in the late seventy s moving into the eighties but we got an email that. I'd like to talk about from listener. Bath Case Bolt. Who SAYS ONO? No CAPS did not quite disappear as quickly as one thought because Beth is a registered nurse and she writes I was in the nursing program at Alderson broaddus college now university in Philippi West Virginia from nineteen eighty four to nineteen eighty eight. She says we wore navy. Blue dresses with stiff white cotton aprons complete with bibs or navy pants with a small style. Top with white pin tucked front and caller. She says the uniform double knit and they didn't necessarily change their uniform colors in the four years but what did change the color of the stripes on their caps. A and I thought that was really interesting. And she goes on to say that from nineteen ninety three to nineteen ninety-six. She says I taught an L. P. N. program at Danville Community College and Daniel Virginia and our students wore yellow dresses with white aprons. The male students were black pants with a yellow and blue shirt. They receive their caps in their second year. Instructors wore full whites including hose if you didn't wear pants. Nurses always wear white hose and the caps were required of everyone except for the male students. So you are correct. There is no alternative for men with cap so I thought that was really interesting that well into the nineteen ninety s nursing institutions of education. There were still wearing the cap requiring it to wear the cap in so many of you sent us so many fantastic images of yourself and your nursing uniforms over the years that that was really cool. I can't remember which listener in particular. But she sent us a picture of herself in the sixties with her many quote unquote mini skirt uniform. That was really need to share those with Marissa. Because we talked about that. Like how short did it get in the nineteen sixties? So thank you. We'll share those with her. Yeah and I actually asked talked to my mom too. Because my mom was a nurse in nursing school in the nineteen seventies but. She's at her school that the cap was just for pure ceremony. They had to wear it at the candle lighting ceremony when they graduated but that was it. She said we hated caps. But my mom was also a little bit of abroad burning hippie. Sorry mom very much so in response to our prom episode P- listeners. Eileen Chatterton and Jordan Brady Bolt wrote to us to tell us about the prom and homecoming tradition in Texas. Which had never heard of. Have you heard about? Oh yeah because I actually grew up in Texas when I was in middle school so it the homecoming was a huge deal even even in middle school not just high school if you have one if you didn't have one that day of homecoming you're kind of like. Oh No. I'm so embarrassed sized from people who even have more than one where and they're huge. They're like these giant clusters of flowers like of ribbons and bells and everything hanging off over them. So sometimes you maybe your parents would buy one. Sometimes your grandparents would buy you want and then maybe your boyfriend would buy one so sometimes girls were wandering around wearing like two or three of these. Jain corsage is but That was something that your your date would bring to you. Input on your wrist. Yeah but this is something you would wear all day at school. Oh interesting very
Turning Social Isolation Into a Creative Outlet With Martha Alderson
"This is Paula Phelps. And this week we are going to tap into our creative side. Using our creativity is a proven way to increase our personal well-being. It can put you in a positive mood and that starts an UPWARD SPIRAL. That makes you feel more creative. And thereby further increases your happiness for somehow life creeps in and takes over the time. We'd love to spend exploring creatively before we know it. We feel like we've lost touch with our creative side entirely. This week's guest is an expert in tapping into creativity. Martha Alderson is an author who also works with bestselling authors Hollywood directors artists and performers all over the world to help them find their creativity. Now you can try this at home. Her New workbook boundless. Creativity is a one month exploration into your creative side. So let's hear what Martha has to say about it. Martha welcome to live happy. Now thank you for inviting me. I'm thrilled to be here. This is such a great work book that you've written for us. And what a great time for us to work on our creativity. It seems like it. I know that a lot of people are under enormous stress for all sorts of reasons because of the virus but if people do have free time and they're looking fill it creatively. I think by going through the program in the workbook. It's just a great way to let go of. That's happening around us. All the news all the problems of the world and just sink into your creativity and into really your spirit sh and who you are at your core beyond all the material things the problems and everything else so. I think it would be a great place for people to spend some time. We'll obviously when you wrote it. He didn't say hey. I think everyone's going to have a couple of months you know. So what was your decision behind writing it in the first place? Well I been a plot consultant for about thirty years for riders every story whether it's a memoir scream player. A novel has to have a plot and I'm passionate about empowering women's voices and women traditionally have had a lot of trouble with plot because it's a very linear logical progression and of Women. Writers are highly creative somewhat disorganized and are very interested in character development. But they don't really get plot in so. I just became passionate about teaching everybody but it seemed like it turned out to be the majority of women and then in doing that. It soon evolved into working with all kinds of creative people because what I found is we're all sort of on the same universal path. It's a universal story. That has certain markers in them that we pass through along the way. And what I found is that it's great when you're in the creative muse and everything's flowing in your feeling that euphoria of feeling like a conduit or a medium for the creative news to come through you. But at some point we stumble and all of a ten. We read over what we wrote. Are we look at the painting we painted and think? Oh my gosh you know. It's not what I thought it was going to be. And we started to doubt ourselves and self sabotage come up with sorts of reasons why we should put the project aside or give up or whatever and this is especially true for anyone who has perhaps suffered what. I call a backstory wound. Which is something that has traumatized them? In some way you know it can be a divorce or apparently being when you're a child or some kind of abuse or whatever and that really influences what we say to ourselves about our worthiness in our capabilities and our potential and that really interferes with the creative flow. All of a sudden that flow is stymied and our spirits. Can't really get through to be able to give us the support and the encouragement that we deserve. I wanted to write a workbook to be able to help people to become unblocked it to be able to get rid of all this self doubt and insecurities and unworthiness and to really live a life of passion and excitement and happiness joy and that really is something that I'm devoted to and with this workbook. You really prepare us for what we're going to do. It does such a wonderful job of asking these deep thoughtful questioned. Where did that come from over the course of time? Did you develop that? These are the questions that are going to help drive us into our creative selves. Well I think it's just sort of evolved over the last thirty years or so probably my whole life to tell you the truth but when I came up with the idea of the universal story I had a really hard time bringing it down to the concrete was very cereal and spiritual in all of that but once I started writing more about it and seeing these parts you know the beginning the middle and the end it really correlates with the Hero's journey that Joseph Campbell came up with but I take it a step further and called the universal story because I see it in not just what we move through as humans on our human path but nature you know the seasons of the year the moon cycles plants growth animal cycles. All these things have the same beginning middles and ends. And if you're aware of where you are on that journey and what's expected of you. It just makes the journey easier.
"alderson" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Bleacher tweets already buster bleacher tweets for Tuesday at the starting block rates. In how do you think this year will change the way hall of fame voting considers the cumulative numbers for this generation of players? I E will a three thousand hit guy certain- -Ly now a twenty eight hundred head Guy Due to a law season. I'm sure they'll adjust in their their voting and their criteria. I'd have Najan no question about it. Look when we talk about Ted Williams on his hall of fame case. You know it's always brought up that. He lost basically five seasons right in the primaries career because he served in the military Joe Dimaggio was in the same boat a lot of players in the same boat and I do think that voters will make their adjustments based on circumstances because we all know what two thousand twenty is going to be remembered for absolutely last one for today cinema grades at centigrades rates in. I am currently reading your book. The last night of the Yankee Dynasty probably available on Amazon or buster knows and he centigrades. Can't put it down. He asked who on those Yankee teams was your favorite player to cover and Y man. I had a blast covering that team. 'cause those guys love baseball and they love talking about baseball. It was a different experience than The years the two years I covered the oriels where it could be really difficult You know Mariano Rivera. I always been fascinated with because he was such an unusual personality. I tell friends all the time that you know. He's the same person now that he was the first time a met him when he wasn't necessarily superstar in another guy in those teams is homer Bush. Who is the kind of guy like the twenty fifth guy in the team in the ninety eighteen but homer was great to talk with because he just had an incredible memory and he spoke anecdotally? And so when you know after a lot of big events happened that year and you'd have crowded reporters going around jeeter. Who would you know? He made a practice. Derek made a practice of saying nothing I would run over two homers locker and ask him what he saw because he always had the most incredible observations and things that he saw and and it was really cool so he was one of the guys that I enjoyed interviewing. We Love A guy who speaks anecdotally here on the podcast as we've been demonstrating these interviews in recent weeks because we going for those stories and anecdotes absolutely subscriber. Interview to the PODCAST. Wherever you get those bud cast checkup for Stra- for the college football podcast thanks. Everyone and by the way before we go when we were done our interview with Sandy. He was we mentioned. He couldn't come up immediately with the name of Michael Jordan's agent. That was David Falk and he was like. Yeah yeah that's it that's it so David Falk was the person that I talked to about. Perhaps offering a major league job Michael Jordan. That was a really cool story. That's it for today. My thanks to Taylor and Sandy. Alderson have a great day. Everybody thanks for listening in. Stay save thanks for listening to the baseball tonight podcast. If you're playing fantasy baseball forget to listen to the fantasy focus podcast checkout all PODCASTS AT ESPN DOT COM. Slash pod separate baseball. Tonight the PODCAST..
3 dead as suspected twisters, storms batter the South
"A string of suspected tornadoes has cause death and destruction across parts of the Deep South the number of people have been killed while buildings were destroyed and trees were downed the storm prediction center said damage was reported in Louisiana Mississippi Alabama and Texas yesterday as storms triggered multiple tornado watches and warnings throughout the day one person was reported dead in Louisiana in a suspected tornadoes strike near Alexandria the National Weather Service is the tornado was on the ground for a whopping sixty three miles Donna Weatherford as police chief in Pineville Louisiana we've got some some road closures mostly trees and power while we wait a few trees go two thirds of owls Alderson vehicles we had a great response from our city crews click weapons gay as a bit out of us so it's been a good ever moved a long way to go two other people were killed in Alabama after another storm hit a city about fifty five miles west of Huntsville CBS news as at least eleven people were killed on icy roads in Kansas Nebraska and Missouri due to that same storm system that hit over the
NASA, President and NASA Atmospheric Research discussed on Trending Today USA
"A NASA package that Fell from the sky with a note mentioning Trump. Sparked, some initial alarm said, CBS it was in. South Brunswick New Jersey where, a, package fell, from. The sky over the state that caused them alarmed because it contained a note that mentioned the president south Brunswick police say the, package attached, to a parachute was making a hissing sound and included a note. That said quote NASA atmospheric research instrument not a. Bomb. If this lands near the president. We at NASA. Wish him a great round of golf So
Narrow Republican lead in Ohio's 12th District is too close for comfort for GOP
"Both sides are finding something to cheer about in what appears. To be a GOP victory yesterday and Ohio's primary one hundred percent of. The votes counted Republican Troy Alderson leads democrat Danny O'Connor. By about seventeen hundred fifty, volts or less, than one, percent Balderstone has claimed victory but Democrats are still celebrating a neck and neck race in a district that President Trump won by.
Report: Former Trump aide Omarosa secretly recorded the president
"Well it looks like the president's former lawyer, in so-called fixer Michael Cohen wasn't the only one recording conversations with Donald Trump. I'm Orosa manigault Newman a former aide and former friend to the president's secretly recorded. Conversations while she was serving the administration, in the White House before joining the Trump administration maroshek appeared as a contestant on the presence reality show on NBC the apprentice she's coming out with a new book next week it is, titled unhinged the Daily Beast breaking the story with this headline I'm Orosa secretly recorded Trump and his played the, audio for
Remains of unidentified boy found at squalid New Mexico compound
"Results NBC. News Radio I'm Mark Mayfield it's still too, close to call in Ohio special election for the, twelfth congressional district democratic candidate Danny O'Connor is vowing. To keep up the fight we went house to. House remain our case don't change we're gonna. Make, that case tomorrow we're not stopping now tomorrow we rest and. That we keep fighting through, two Republican candidate Troy. Alderson thanked President Trump for his support, and he emphasized that America's on the right path and he intends to keep it going that. Way the margin between O'Connor and Balderstone is razor thin they're buying for seat being vacated. By congressman Pam teary Democrats were looking for a strong finish in. A district they haven't won for decades no matter. What happens, there will, be. A rematch you months and Rick gates is admitting to stealing money from, Paul Manafort to pay for an, extramarital affair, the prosecution's, key witness that he used. The money to pay for an apartment in London he flew first class and, stayed, that, luxury hotels during the relationship, Manafort is on trial, for Bank and tax fraud Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio The. State Department is. Urging patients on the ongoing North Korean nuclear talks Terry Moore reports national security adviser John Bolton. Said North Korea is not making progress toward denuclearization. That prompted some followup from, the State Department's, Heather Nauert. Process of achieving denuclearization is one. That we've all known. Would take some time the world is United and seeing this achieve. So it will certainly take some time President, Trump recently said negotiations with the north we're going, very well now it said getting North Korean leader. Kim Jong UN together with President Trump at the. June summit in Singapore was a very big. Deal, that's an incredible staff and a huge step from where we. Were just one year ago, the conversations continue in. Washington I'm Terry Moore NBC News Radio, investigators are trying to identify the remains of a young boy found Monday at a compound in. New Mexico authorities have been looking for a missing Georgia boy who turned four years old. On Monday last week deputies freed eleven children from the towels county. Compound the missing boy is Connie wash his father. Suraj is, one of, the Five, adults charged, with. The abuse of the eleven children found in the filthy compound he father. Had told the boy's mother he, was taking, the boy to be treated for severe medical conditions that kept him from walking and cause seizures federal health officials say runoff from cattle farm is likely caused a major spring e coli. Outbreak Brian shook has more the food and. Drug administration believes Romain lettuce grown in. The Yuma Arizona region may have been contaminated, by water from a. Nearby, canal the FDA said testing in, June revealed the water was tainted with the same strain of e-coli involved in the multi-state outbreak more. Than two hundred people in thirty six states fell ill nearly a hundred were hospitalized and. Five died from the huge. Bacterial outbreak the, FDA is. Still investigating the case Brian shook NBC News Radio and cases of Lyme disease are being reported in all fifty. States a new study by Quest Diagnostics chosen learning rise in the number of positive tests for the, tick borne illness the big increases outside the northeastern. U. s. were found in California and Florida. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio Uh-huh The.
"alderson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"I'm just let me try again I'm asking why didn't the democrat candidate Ohio twelve talk about banning ice Big ten in the democrat. Party agenda they wanna get. Rid of. Ice. They don't want there to, be any. Policing at the borders they don't want, any wall they, don't they they didn't do come in. Come in if you want to. Come to America come on in we'll, find, a way to accommodate you Get rid. Of border law enforcement get rid of a where where resolve. That now some people said. Well rush. Have. You looked at the demographics, of Ohio. Twelve no I haven't well I did, rush and it, could well be the demographic suggests that White a few. Seasons citizens lived there And it's a heavy Trump district maybe all that I can do go back and scare season citizens. In a way that's always worked It hasn't worked that's the point It where nobody associates cutting social, security and cutting. Or ending Medicare With Trump or certainly with tribe Alderson where where does this stuff comfort with comes from an antique page of the playbook Now in the. Days when there was no opposition like me that stuff, worked like a charm folks it's not coincidental that stuff stopped working when this. Program and alternative media, began, to pop up which is why. Among many reasons. They're trying to get rid? Of alternative media so these age old Shiva let's. Go back to. Being effective here is. Klaudia is it Claudia or cloudy I've heard it pronounce a bunch of different way she's in Chicago great to have you how are you Oh I'm. Pretty good rush. Good to talk with you? I am thrilled I'm one of those seasons citizens. That has been. Voting conservative Republican ever. Since Barry Goldwater And my question today. I'm just thrilled. To talk to you. Because you've educated me ever since nineteen ninety one and I. Feel much better educated that if I. Hadn't heard, you will thank you anyway reason I called today, I heard you talk a little bit about why. Trump is Trump is so hated and he is? I mean definitely they have a big mouthpiece on the media but I wanna know if he. Was, so hated why, is. It that he has such. Huge crowds now. We hear from the media that he's paying people to show up to those big crowds Where did you first hear that I I think on your show I, you were talking about it Clip I believe that you played You. Mean there mere minutes ago yeah all all I thought, I thought you talking. About Rosie O'Donnell on freight Right right right right well thought you, I thought you might have been out there much longer than, that well I've been out, there a long time. But that that was the clip. That. I'd heard. It before not necessarily on your show but, there is no You know I I don't, agree that he would do, that I honestly don't But then. I, sort of have rose colored glasses on things like that I like Trump I I, let me let me let. Me explain, this, to you because you know you've you've raised. A good point These rallies. Are overflowing just as they were during the campaign they were. Ignored in the campaign and the the professionals, consultants the political scientists the establishment crowd? All, said, doesn't mean anything crowd show up at political. Rallies no big deal a discarded and they continue to discard it your question is if Trump is so hated why is it continue to draw such well look. He can beat both things can be true he can be hated by. The Democrats and. Still, put together a crowd of twenty thousand or twenty five thousand that neither of those, two cancel each other out But the fact that Trump is continuing to do overflow crowds.
"alderson" Discussed on KTOK
"Just let me try, again I'm asking why, didn't the democrat candidate, Ohio twelve, talk, about, banning, ice Tenant in the democrat. Party agenda they wanna get. Rid of. Ice. They don't want there. To be any, policing at. The borders they don't want any wall, they don't they, they didn't need him you come in. Come in if you want to. Come to America come on in we'll, find, a way to accommodate you Get. Rid of border law enforcement get rid of a where where. Was all that now some. People have. Said. Well rush have you. Looked at the, demographics of. Twelve no I haven't well I did, rush and it, could well be the demographic suggests that White a few seasons. Citizens lived there and it's, a, heavy. Trump district maybe all that the only thing? I, can do. Is, go back and scare season citizens in a. Way it's always worked It hasn't worked. That's the point It where nobody associates cutting social, security and cutting. Or ending Medicare With Trump or certainly with tribe Alderson where where does this stuff comfort with comes from an antique page of the playbook Now in. The days when there was no opposition like me that, stuff work like charm folks it's not coincidental that stuff stopped working when this. Program and alternative media began to pop up which is. Why among many. Reasons they're trying to get? Rid of alternative media so these age old shibboleth. Go back to. Being effective here is. Klaudia is it quota or cloudy I've heard it pronounce a bunch of different way she's in Chicago great to have you how are you Oh I'm. Pretty good rush. Good to talk with you? I am thrilled I'm one of those seasons citizens. That has been. Voting conservative Republican ever. Since berry Goldwater And my question today. I'm just thrilled. To talk to you. Because you've educated me ever since nineteen ninety one and I. Feel much better educated than if I. Hadn't heard, you will thank you anyway reason I called today, I've heard you talk a little bit about why. Trump is Trump is so hated and he is? I mean definitely they have a big mouthpiece on the media but I wanna know if he. Was, so hated why, is. It that he has such. Huge crowds now. We hear from the media that he's paying people to show up to those big crowds No wait what what what mobile where did you first hear that I think on your show You were talking about it A clip. I believe that you played You mean mere minutes ago yeah all all I, thought I thought you talking. About Rosie O'Donnell on freight Right right. Right right well I thought? You. Miss I. Thought you might have been out there much, longer than that Well I've been out there, long time but. That, that was, the, clip that I'd heard oh I heard it. Before not necessarily. On, your, show, but. There, is no you know. I I don't agree that he would do that I honestly don't But then I sort of have rose colored glasses. On, things like that I. Like Trump I I let, me let me. Let, me explain, this, to you because you know you've you've raised. A good point These. Rallies are overflowing just as they were during the campaign they. Were ignored in the campaign and the the, professionals consultants the political scientists the establishment? Crowd, also, doesn't mean anything crowd show up at political. Rallies no big deal a discarded and they continue to discard it your question is if Trump is so hated why is it continue to draw such well look. He can beat both things can be true he can be hated by. The Democrats and. Still, put together a crowd of twenty thousand or twenty five thousand that neither of those, two cancel each other out But the fact that Trump is continuing to do overflow crowds among.
Trump says collusion isn’t a crime
"Detroit Alderson in Tuesday's, election for the twelfth congressional district seat this week, President Trump appeared to change his strategy concerning the special counsels Russia investigation or more than a year President. Trump's message has been consistent. There has been no collusion, but this week, the president and his lawyer added to their talking points by declaring collusion is not a crime. While collusion is not a precise legal term. There are laws that could apply to inappropriate campaign collaboration with Russia, which is what special counsel Robert Muller is investigating Greg Clugston. The White House gun control advocates are marching outside NRA headquarters in northern Virginia today, calling for among other things and end to the group's tax exempt status. Meanwhile, Portland, Oregon police remaining weapons screening locations at the entrances to a site of a plan protest by.
"alderson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Cesspit snl sandy alderson was upset you know he's wondering what the hell's going on with us but we get back in the lineup already calloway said you know we pay him a lot of money oh no no no no hey mickey you don't go there you go there you want you wanna you want to advance it you want you want to accelerate the process by which you lose the clubhouse mickey guy continue talking like that you never mentioned a players contract ever what more people need mickey callaway is all wrong for this position what are your name and then you know you've heard me lament the fact that resort al was a player that's blessed with enormous sheer skill enormous athletic got given athlete's ability but a player who i've told you time and again for a guy who was the number one player in the mets system for years okay lacks polish lock elax basic baseball instinct lacks basic bare baseball awareness lacks the basic necessities of fundamentals to be polished player this points of course to the mets minor league system which is trash right now you wonder who's being coached you wonder who the coaches aren't you wonder about the instruction you wonder if there is instruction wasn't it alderson who said that wally backman was not developing younger mets players as the main cause as to why the mets parted ways with wally backman well let me ask you something do you think that wally backman if there's there's a name of a manager that a resort you'll never played on during his minor league career that manager's name is wally backman do you believe that resort area would have graduated to the major leagues to play for the mets playing i under backman and would have arrived at the major league scene with a glaring amount of holes in his game the unfinished on polished player that resort clearly as you believe that back men would have sent that player to the major leagues had he managed him had he worked with him and on him backman is a stickler for playing the game the right way he has no tolerance for players who don't play the game the right way and this is further evidence that the mets minor league system is is complete and total trash the whole thing disgusts me so anyway that's how i feel about all that take us to a break russian vodka twelve forty seven efforting forward with a with a bad voice tonight there's not a bone sticking out then the i don't think i'm in any imminent danger of dying in the next couple of hours i guess i can continue that's the dino costas show well it's on am nights seventy answer am970theanswercom just doing what i do come on the microphone tell you what i think not my job email the show it's dino am nine seventy gmailcom am nine seventy gmailcom back before great stuff our number one i promise right after this.
"alderson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"All right is what the one eight seven seven three three seven six six six six bob is calling from east meadow bob how you doing thanks for taking my call thanks for making it for sure bob first of all my prayers go out to the alderson family i myself just went through and lost my mother recently so i hope everything's okay see yeah i'm sorry to hear about your laws and a and a nice job on your part yeah we all wish only the best for sandy alderson for sure absolutely we gotta face reality you know the metric definitely gonna be selling come the trade deadline i hate to say it but being most valuable player he's probably going to draw up the most attractive trade out there would go after and then what are you thinking we possibly get back for boy name a team and i don't think the yankees although it's never going to happen you need to know that and i'm sure you do name team that that is going to be getting into the post season or at least feeling that they're one super star pitcher away from getting into the post season there's not a team in baseball who wouldn't want jacob degrom but i would not part ways with him at this time and i know that as the metropolitans continue to lose and lose and find more ways to lose and lose some more the the whispers are getting louder from those who would want to part ways with jacob degrom i'm just not one of them i want to build around him i understand he would the most in return now a guy you need to get syndergaard and who knows from him already with the finger but syndergaard i mean he would be the one i would deal but he's hardly on the field the last two years so i would try to get rid of cabrera who is having a very good year i would try to get rid of todd frazier and i know i would bring up those two kids from aaa one is the second base from one of the first baseman and put them in the lineup immediately but i know that what you're talking about is so needed i just would differ with you and not trade degrom at all well i don't wanna see him why.
"alderson" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It in a bigger context back when older was you know revolutionizing baseball a lot of stuff was more theoretical it was it was about different ways of thinking and what has happened is we've got a lot more actual data will launch angles as you say velocity and we're moving toward you know high resolution cameras that capture more and more and more information so that things like you know defensive statistics are are really real world factually based and so that's something that's happening right now year by year and of course that's something that alderson finds really fascinating because this all becomes a lot more useful when it really is connected to reality it's not a a fictional construct you know this is how it ought to be no no no this is how it is we know that because we have this data now which we did not have before all right steve catman and you can check out the book wants to get baseball maverick how sandy alderson revolutionized baseball and revived the mets and steve thanks again for sharing some sandy alderson stories with us tonight my pleasure and i you know i'm just wishing stand either best i know the prognosis i'm hoping it's pretty good but along with you and a lot of people out there i'm just wishing him the best and he's got to you know pull her strength together for what comes ahead and i think our thoughts are with them no doubt any polling for sandy alderson here the mets getting the pirates tonight we'll we'll dive into baseball tonight and what the.
"alderson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"All right what's going on sorry about sandy alderson my condolences not not my regards family recovers anyone dinky yankees out severino doesn't start the all star game like you said why didn't wanna take a chance on him getting hurt and any game that doesn't mean much yeah not that that doesn't mean anything but hey you don't wanna take chances and skidding consensus okay amy i'm not one of those people that says i know you've got to shape he has to work on his conditioning but you can't take that bad out of the lineup now i mean even even even baton under two hundred he's still a scary right and defensively i know he has to work in the past falls that's just conditioning that's the problem with this conditioning not shake we've all but overweight but how can you take on from out out of the behind the plate take that out there i mean he has a canon for on i think guys out at second base from his knees now he's people out yeah that's one thing he can throw out no no look he's going to get better i think you know i'd say i hope you get back in shape fools wait i'll wait while he's while he's rehabbing well hopefully he doesn't hopefully get back in shape but i don't believe him come back so i mean i know the offense will quick but you know it's not the same without sanchez sanchez provides one more extra threat and he always does she came up with a quad chasing several situations the fans say they roll mine right now wrong role minded very good in the beginning of the season and you know he's got his job for a month and hopefully you know you he'll hold his own but no sanchez one of the best hitters he he's he's a scary hitter let's put it that way even with a sub two hundred average now i guess you don't want him to be scary like a gorman thomas oh rob deer you'll guys you hit thirty home runs and strike out a bunch of times and hit like one ninety that's what you don't want that's year after year that's what you get you know he's gonna hit twenty two ten and he's still with a lot of home runs you'd probably drive it one hundred rbi is but you know what i wouldn't be surprised if in the future you a lot of teams with guys who strike out a lot because that's you know baseball has to meet baseball's become lucas duda is like homerun enough that i'm not bunting i'm not hitting on the opposite way if there's a runner at second i'm not trying to get him over the third i'm trying to get him in with a home run and that's what they that's what baseball's become it's like the cerebral part is is it's funny from the ballpark ballplayers standpoint it's just go up there in the front office is giving you tons and tons and reams of data this is what this guy does in the second inning of a night game when fifty degrees you could find out all that kind of stuff every other inning he starts to the first better off with a with a with a fastball there's enough you know but after a while it's just can you play ball organiz ball you didn't have any scouting reports you just went out they had to figure it out you watch the guy warmups domains gotta help a fastball off ooh that's pretty good and you go if you make adjustment now it's got reams and reams of information and paper and you got study all that stuff and that's that's baseball now eight seven seven three thousand seven sixty six sixty six we'll come back with someone sandy alderson talk right after this the world cup on fox maybe happening halfway around the world but you're connected to it it's in your dna perhaps you've heard of the brilliance of rinaldo part of your dna originated in portugal or maybe your dna connects you to argentina where messy is a national hero so this summer root for your roots watch the world cup on fox and let fox broadcast sponsor twenty three and me help you find your connections to the world the.
"alderson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"For the power including omar after sandy alderson not only admits his kansas back but also admits he shouldn't be back he said if i were to look at it on the marriage i'm not coming back is warranted would you get rid of sandy alderson he's coming back he's done i hope i hope the last w running the match tonight correct i agree correct so the cancer's going to do a man or they're going to say thanks survived the prognosis is good i just think he realizes that it's this series over the ten tibo talk he's hitting three fifteen in nineteen games for the rumble tony's that sounds like a strip club somewhere in he's playing for a team called the rumble bony binghamton mets they renamed themselves this year the rumble ponies they might want to go back to the drawing board for next year up with something else rumble young man rumble so you can't deny the guy's hitting he's hitting whatever i wanted to nicotine he's not a major league see the met fans or eight on base they don't want any part of this i'm sure mafia will agree they don't want any part of tim tibo in september playing for the mets he's going to be up in two days september first it'll be there they don't want him in uniform any met fan does not want tim tebow playing for them because it just piles on more embarrassment to the franchise that tim tebow so that's why you want him so that you can make no actually that tonight jay is very know i've always supported this guy and want him to do well and i hope that he plays for the mets it'd be good feather in his cap after all he's done in his career what are you laughing at being good moment for the last thing the mets need it's the absolute last thing they have players what do they need a disaster this is at a crossroads now this is why experiment when you're at a crossroads in your relationship with anyone women yes then specifically odds yes when you hit that farc and don't you call up tim tibo nukes permit experiment with young guys that are your future not a thirty year old there's no chance of ever been sounded really kinky experimented with young guys in your future by the way i don't know if you guys have read deep into this but sandy alderson and jeff wilpon the owner of the mets new for a month or two that he was sick everybody else was blindsided by it so you say well while now they've got this three headed monster how the hell does that work while my question is if you knew all this was sick two months ago why the hell i stand that's the part i don't get why didn't you just make the change then when you're yeah pick one of those guys can't want three guys rudy i want theo epstein that's who i want good luck with that jay let's do an update with jay berman.
"alderson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The usa take your pick on these some sizzling zero down lease steals the new ram fifteen hundred crew cab express was that okay let me go to s ny sandy alderson is is leaving the mets let's go what listen originally diagnosed with cancer in two thousand fifteen at the end of april early may a recurrence was detected and since that time i've been undergoing treatment i expect that the treatment will continue expect to have surgery later in the summer my prognosis is actually good but in the meantime chemotherapy the surgery all take their toll i am the traveling on the road is be writers are aware you know consistent with the treatment energy levels vary other side effects which makes it difficult to stay up with the pace you know the tempo of of the every day top rations continue the game continues we have a season to play so i think in the best interest of the mets and and for my health this is this is the right result i feel badly that you know we've had the season that we have had to date feel personally responsible for there's also we've had at the same time you know i have i have confidence in our manager our coaching staff our players that this will change.
"alderson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"So i s sandy alderson apologised i asked the man or woman who is out there saying i'm being too harsh gm i'm gonna ask you this what move that he made it's his job his responsibility shannon throw fruit paying off can't find it we could talk about the mets bullpen or excuse me the bullpen which will get a little bit the payroll maybe a little bit of a freudian slip it happens the payroll which should be higher and i understand why there is frustration and outta mossy towards this ownership cook totally get it it's totally failed the mets have payroll that should be competitive enough to win why are they not winning that front office the lack of fundamentals the fact that you have a guy who's not hit a whole lot of home runs in the minor leagues can't bunk that's problem fact that haven built the bullpen at any point in his tenure a problem the fact that he spent all this money free agency and every single move has failed that's on sandy alderson thirteen callaway porn adjacent darren clapping after todd frazier has better seventhinning on saturday as possible clapper poet through that was a joke we presser so embarrassing i get that the biggest culprit for this team playing the way that they are sandy alderson and you don't think that's the case three fourteen in the morning pot of coffee and i maybe wake up and smell it don't rely is brought to you by mohegan sun unlimited possibilities await your mohegan sun plan is stable he concern dot com let's say.
North Carolina Tar Heels beat Oregon State Beavers in longest nine-inning game in College World Series history
"Felt like we're maybe got a little dicey this afternoon the rest of them are fine and you had to hit good quality shots and good putts if you wanted to make work uscca via vows to make things a little bit easier tomorrow florida does not play until tomorrow college world series did get underway today with north carolina and oregon state getting things started the beavers rank but one in the nation in the college baseball writers all but they had a disastrous third innings played horribly carolina had two runs only had two runs in and then a third scores on a passed ball by adly rush men joe cody roberts scored carolina zag haganah smash it's the empire that saved run but only for the moment a sacrifice fly with score the run to run base it by ben casts various six to one tar heels at that point and oregon state would have to battle back adly rush move the base it here it was a three run bottom of the third for oregon state six four that's as close as they got north carolina knocks off oregon state in the opening game eight to six washington mississippi state or scoreless in the top of the ninth cristiano renaldo is hat trick and portugal's three three draw with spain headline friday's opening day at the world cup today his rival for best player in the world honors lionel messi and argentina favored against iceland by now you know the population stats iceland is barely larger than escambia county sergio are guero scores a nice goal for argentina but four minutes later iceland strikes back that is alfred finnbogason he cleans it up and scores the rebound goal one one second half maximiliano mesa was tripped fouled by horder magnusson penalty kick though messy saved by honda's alderson and iceland hangs on for a one one draw with argentina and that's pretty spectacular performance and results for iceland and local soccer.
"alderson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Look at their bullpen and i've heard a lot of secondguessing calloway's moves last night why did he do this why didn't he leave because and i'm thinking the same thing but then you look at what he's got to work with all right in the ninth inning you want to try to score a runner to make it close get ahead and what do you got jose reyes hitting a buck forty something and battista who the braves said dad will pick up his salary you can have them for not and he's hitting under two hundred this is what they got okay is there help down on the farm no there's not pitchers no hitters no and this is the organization that sandy alderson and i'm sorry i'm over and over with this alderson thing in charge you the same for seven years this which got you got starting pitching at two guys that you can count on and i'm not even sure about syndergaard these days with the injuries last year he missed most of the season this year starting again only a finger but he hasn't been dominant it's been good but that's it syndergaard the ground following up matt's okay three runs gave up a home run shook off his catcher a number of times wanted to throw a curveball and he threw one hung it boehm home run game tied and wheeler he's looking pretty good lately pretty good lately vargas you wanna go with vargas and see what you got some nights so what you got that's your team and is there hope on the horizon as their help on the way there isn't there just isn't and who put this together the great sandy alderson yeah so what got and you know me i don't call for people's jobs i don't like that i don't like saying well deprive this guy of his livelihood not that sandy isn't pretty well set up for the rest of his life i hope the man he's done a terrible job he's got to go and if you think well keep them he's got a couple more years on his contract no hope eight.
"alderson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"It's it's been hard they've had a lot of injuries at this there's no question about that we said at the beginning of spring training is the health was going to be very important it usually is when you have an older team and unfortunately that has not been the case they missed you know some big bats in that lineup todd frazier is is getting closer but he hasn't played since you know around may fourth or fifth there about sensitive played since may thirteen so you know basically when you look at the record for the month of may there's a good reason why that's been a lot different a lot of firepower has been out of that lineup and they've been a lot of close games there are very few blowouts there's high leverage innings so the pitchers so you know it all kind of makes sense and cesspit assuming alderson said the other day that he's probably not even going to be back for the yankees series which is a week from now so i thought this was a hip flexor was a mild thing where they didn't even want to put him on the disabled list initially and they did it to be cautious and now we're talking over a month it's been strange he was out in the field yesterday actually taking ground balls at third base and shortstop working he was out for infield practice he did take batting practice in milwaukee he hasn't really talked to us so we don't know where he is in that regard but calloway did mention that yesterday make you said that you know when asked about praise your ancestors south of the yankees series you know he said.
"alderson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"To me sandy alderson making those trades because i on sandy alderson's ability to do and that brings me to my next quantum of the same mindset is you let me ask you this you know sabermetrics has become such a big part of today's game you know everybody tends to go with the the same mode of thinking is everybody else maybe i'm wrong i don't know 'cause i don't follow all the other teams as much as i do the mets but the mitch seem to be the only team that's forever favored or i should say bet heavily so much on it pitcher as opposed to the rest of the team and it just seems like no you know some of these other teams either favorite the hitting more or they they go for the balance now am i wrong in one eight when i'm looking at this judgment well the mets have put their shove their chips in the middle of the table based on starting pitching which as time has gone on has become less and less important it's now bullpens starting pitchers only go five innings go through the rotation the lineup twice in your out that's the way the game is played now and i think the other problem is overvalued their starting pitching other than syndergaard into degrom i don't know what stephen matt's is or will become i don't know what zack wheeler is at this point they're certainly not consistent winners as they were sold to us as stud young pitchers and certainly matt harvey didn't work out that way through injuries and other things so instead of having five young arms that we're going to dominate they've got to and they don't have the offense stephen support those two so there you know between in sharon's here right that's it because the you know the majority your team being position players you know it just seems by focusing so much on four or five pitchers more than the position players just seems you're really handicapping yourself you know any event like you said look at the injuries they've had.
New York Mets on Matt Harvey 'partying' report
"Pitching the next night in san diego out of the bullpen gave up a home run in that game certainly not ideal optics there for matt harvey and his general manager sandy alderson with his thoughts i don't think it was in this case but the other thing is matt has to understand that people always notice what he does and we were talking today it's like a borderline pitch in his case it's all it always gets called a strike you know as a as a hitter take that pitch don't take that pitch seems like he always it's always called the strike and probably learned something from it sandy are you upset by that report usually i get it i get upset if the report is unexpected so i guess short answer is no the not unexpected behavior for matt harvey according to the gm sandy alderson in sandy sounded like someone who's had to do a few too many of these kinds of press conferences about is one time star pitcher now pitching out of the bullpen with a five point seven six era and fed up you know talking about it and while it might not have been a major problem in this case it is part of an ongoing issue with matt harvey now mickey callaway was a little more open about it in terms of had a conversation with matt harvey but remember sandy's been through this for years and years and years this is the first time the mickey callaway is don't like with something like this remain harvey and you'll remember back in the off season the mets consider dealing harvey at the winter meetings and it was calloway as well as dave islands who thought that you know they could get matt harvey pitching well again and they wanted him to stick around they saw some things they liked on tape we haven't seen that in games thus far and you know another strike against matt harvey on with this issue we'll dive more into your own assessment is being back in the starting lineup tremendous news for the new york mets coming up preview this series a little bit but every tuesday night we have a chance to chat with.
"alderson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"To get i mean when it what are they going to build a team around speed and defense so many i mean losing their opening day line of how do you get excited about the team mood i'm going to have a leadoff hitter we don't even have a catcher iit's not to get excited well these the tension patijn says of god forbid they could ever stay healthy but you're right they needed to get younger and athletic and for whatever reason sandy alderson is allergic to that he doesn't want to get younger and athletic apparently yeah but why don't they get rid of sandy alderson he make an all the bad moon the last year here here's the thing i'm not four getting rid of sandy alderson for a couple of reasons number one even though all more built a lot of that 2015 sandy alderson was certainly a factor a big factor in pudding pieces around that core that won them the pennant and obviously the made the playoffs and sixteen but i'll give you another reason and i don't think anybody could argue with this reason i think this is on flawed on flawed whatever is his reasoning you can't argue with 'cause i brought this up to numerous people who say the same thing they should fight asia fires ngos i bring this up and they get shut down completely day they have no response you ready bogeyed ls guy like to turn the mic on i want you to converse with me on ready have you been paying attention he added out there have a big camelback cares about the say did you hear the bell look i does build up again roku the guy says they should have got rid of sandy i said look i have the the reason why the mets could not get rid of sandy and no one is able to argue with this reasoning dan ready that you care if you can try you can't argue with it i the mets fire sandy alderson do you trust jeff we'll point to find it better replacement mic drop can i that's it that's it we'll get respol your view bringing up the main problem yes where sandy gets.
"alderson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The ball rolling a little solved open this week but we really started up on january the second couple of smaller things today in case you missed it this is just flat out and it's the mets so what else this new more bizarreness as they have brought back all more mnaya to be a special assistant to sandy alderson the gm and a tight you read some of the stuff from some of the writers that this seemingly came out of nowhere it was the fred world pond decision he wanted him back in the mix sandy told everybody he was on board with it omar here's this quote from the release omar's along its route amatzia served the club well in many different areas uh one resource on scouting player development will consult on player acquisitions service community ambassador we're happy to have him back now omar's about as good of the guy as there is an knows baseball and is an was that i thought when he was here did a pretty good job as the gm in our he spent some mayan places that maybe it in want you that was back when the mets did spend a lot of money but this just seems bizarre to bring back the old gm tinau be a special assistant to the new gm and i don't think this is robin some of the folks in the organization replaced of uganda loaded may i love this too brett are move right here is i had to read like four times to make sure i was reading it right like wheat they're bringing him back here's something right that undermines your general manager not only when you bring back the guy who uh you were placed whomever we were talking this whole week about how the front office only as a fuzzy idea of the payroll right so you have alderson and around the the idea who's working exactly right so now you don't even know what you're spending a you don't know what you have to spend you can't plan and map out the future of the organization oh and by the way why don't we bring back a guy who's can roof remind us all about the some of the glory days of the mets even though it ended poorly and he can come in and do the.
"alderson" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"And his performance as mr robot himself has so much fine but i think his turn is edward alderson is is really really touching as well that these are the final moments vetter edward alderson that we're seeing here so if that's it that's reality as it existed and we are seeing that in if we're not you know if you want to get into alternate timelines and parallel road dad versions of events may be that something that could be going on here what elliott is talking about in that first seen that earlier seen that you're that you're referencing back in season one on the coney island pierre versus what we are seeing here i don't wanna go down that robot whole right now let's just take it at face value that what we are being presented with in this episode is reality as it occurred jeff and if that's the case and if we are lining that up with what elliott says about his memories of his father how does that make sense unless liz elliott not really around for awhile is it possible dole that someone else was occupying elliott space for a minute you know when edward falls down elliott takes the coat he takes the mr robot coat that edward alderson is wearing he goes into the movie theater he's wearing the mr robot coat he's in a nearly empty movie theater though not completely and he should as somebody next to him because the movie is about to start except there's nobody sitting next to him and i think that that is supposed to clue you in to the fact that there's you know elliott's mr robot duality already exists at this earliest point you know that at this very early point in his life but don't news on the fact that like who is doing the show shing that to me seems to be mr robot that to me seems to be the mr robot side of elliott alderson presenting itself that's the one where seeing their and if that's the case doesn't that open up a world of possibilities at you and i discussed in a in a podcast not too long ago and our midseason feedback show yes it really tell us and.
"alderson" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Dot com bullseyes nevada dot com call seven seven five three 920 eight two eight that number again is seven seven five three 920 eight two eight three afghan stevedores mrs do this this this is talk radio 560 ksfo san francisco oakland san jose station doubts about healthcare putin threatens us i'm michael toscano senate republicans are moving closer to wrapping up debate on repealing the affordable care act this as the health insurance lobby broke its silence warning republicans this afternoon against repealing the individual mandate part of the socalled skinny repeal that only removes several parts of obamacare utah republican orrin hatch his downfall the republicans are going to get much accomplished guerrilla thicket system sandy alderson as qualified bill i russian president vladimir putin is threatening retaliation if president trump signs legislation coming out of congress to beef up sanctions against russia along with north korea and iran the legislation also weakens the president's ability to ease those sanctions republican congressman mike kaufman says sanctions against russia can't be too tough off for what president wants tougher measures that i should think we should be even tougher the sanctions on russia as on north korea is on iran and the president is free to add on the sanctions that congress assists overwhelmingly passed no decision announced you had whether president trump sign the sanctions bill which is considered vetoproof gop house speaker paul ryan has had to come to the defence of white house chief of staff reince priebus as a power struggle appears to be underway between priebus and new trump communications director anthony scaramucci deputy press secretary sarah huckabee sanders noncommittal on whether the president has confidence in previous a short time ago if the president does ain't then he'll make that decision we also have the pleasure of the president and if he gets a place where that isn't the case to let you know and other embattled member of the trump team attorney general jeff sessions has just told the associated press he intends to stay on the job as long as the president wants him wall street rattled this afternoon is tech shares drop all indices off their record highs on that dow was still up slightly for the day i'm michael toscano ksfo traffic is sponsored by spothero.