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"alomar" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"alomar" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Tweets all righty bleacher tweets for first up Carlos Muniz at Carlos. Almighty he writes in Jim Palmer mentioned pictures being taken with the opposing starter. Before Games should the should major league baseball. Bring this back to advertise matchups. The way boxing does could be used to inject more rivalry and emphasis on the starters. Yeah Noah syndergaard staring down Madison Bumgarner. That would be pretty cool but Look starting pitchers have been de emphasized in recent years and the other thing too is that more and more teams hide the information about who they're starting pitcher is going to be ahead of time so. I think it'd be harder to work but I like the idea like the thought process. That could be fun Ryan Lounge at Rilo. Twenty-one writes in with continued advancement in analytics and the quote unquote thought. Managers are not as important. Could you see the player manager role making a comeback especially in a more cost-efficiency effort? Do Co. I don't know the one thing I'd say about this. I think managers spent a lot more time at the park than they used to. It's a it is a labor intensive job now It doesn't have the responsibility that used to have in terms of who you know the power of the manager to make decisions for the organization but in terms of the time. I don't think that'd be workable unless the player you're talking about would be a pinch hitter. You Know D. H. type at the end of their careers. Kinda like the way Frank. Robinson was as he took over as manager. The Cleveland Indians last. Tweet for today and this is another tweet. That came in and I'm like Ooh I'm excited to hear from buster on this the legend of Buster. Only as I continue to learn about each and every day Brian Simpson writes. I read an article that you had a run in with Dion Sanders when he was a minor. Leager in your reporter Nashville. What is that all about? Yeah and Brian. If you want if you were to Google my name and Dion Sanders than you would find an article. I wrote free. Spn DOT COM And we actually used it to to sort of start spring training every year for about a period of ten straight years. It was like a kickoff story at the beginning of spring. Training Dion. I wrote a column. That was critical of the way he was going about his business when he was with the Columbus Clippers I went to the clubhouse. Tried talk to him. He had no interest in talking with me And so I wrote this column. That was critical and the next day as I wrote in the peace. A ballboy batboy brought a baseball up to the press box and on it or the words. If you write like that your whole life you'll always be a loser. I I still have that baseball. Unfortunately didn't sign it. That's amazing I would at some point. I really do hope I've never talked about this. I don't know I would love to have a conversation with him and he probably doesn't even remember it. Dealt with a lot of media members through time but it. I'm sure that he would get a laugh out of it. The way that I get a laugh out of it. That is a truly legendary story. There buster thanks real quick keep keep writing in. Nice things about about the podcast. If you enjoy it let us know. Leave a review in Apple podcasts. All that stuff as much appreciated and that's it for today my thanks to Sharyl Lang's into Pat Gillick in detail. Schwenk have a great day. Everybody thanks for listening and stay safe. Thanks for listening to baseball tonight. Podcast if you're playing baseball forget to listen to the fantasy focus podcast check out all podcasts at ESPN DOT com slash pod center. Baseball tonight the PODCAST..

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"alomar" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

11:12 min | 1 year ago

"alomar" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"And Sarah just I was covering the Yankees in in the spring of nineteen ninety nine when that deal went down Murray Chas. Who's my colleague at that time? Got a tip that this deal was going to go down. I followed up. We had that story this morning News breaker and so early that morning We were all gathered all the reporters because of our story all the reporters covering the Yankees were gathered outside the clubhouse waiting for David and others to arrive. 'cause deal hasn't been announced yet and David can't came Strolling into the clubhouse a little bit later than a lot of his teammates and I remember him looking at US quizzically. Like what. What are you guys doing. And then he immediately is. Is We learn later. We didn't see this or their own. Is You went to his locker. And he was summoned into Joe Tories. Office and Sarah you talk about someone devastated about a trade. 'cause David loved boomer love being on the Yankees. Just can't even imagine you know with the way news travels now and everything else figure that this day and age. Someone would have seen a tweet here. I've heard something. Someone would have whispered something so really incredible that moment of him actually being like. What are you guys doing here like? What's going on school? You know you don't get that anymore just doesn't happen and then number six on our list is only talks about this. Roberto ullmark Fred mcgriff. Tony Fernandez Trade. So I already mentioned the numbers there. But it's one thousand nine hundred ninety padres in the Blue Jays hundred eighty four point five war with Roberto Almar at sixty seven leading the way and looking at your list notices deal where you get three different players with at least forty five war in their career. That tells you how big a deal it was among these and as you'll hear in the interview with Pat. He raises me like the idea. That Roberto Alamar didn't get voted into the hall of fame in his first try is was staggering and just a shock because of how he changed the way middle infielders play. Yeah absolutely outstanding player. And I don't know it's always so incredible to me to see these great players having been traded. Obviously the Frank Robinson trade as you said and of his career but he was traded prior to that in his career as well and you think about how much it takes for us to finally see someone like Matthew Betz traded these days. And you know how many times we heard about Manny Ramirez. Is he going to be traded even more than ten years ago? Now and it. It's so interesting to me to see these trades because all of these we talked about. I mean the latest one was nineteen ninety nine while you were talking about with Roger Clemens in David Wells and it feels like these things sort of happened differently now. We we still get blockbusters but not quite not quite the same. Not This caliber of player getting drawn. No I kind of wondered if the Tom. Seaver trade might come close to being involved in this We talked about that with Johnny Bench. Last week And that at the time it went down was huge and by the way you mentioned the Manny Ramirez Trade. We're GONNA be talking later in the week with Jed Hoyer The WHO's formerly with the red sox now Chicago cubs about that deal and how that went down and also of course the trade deadline a two thousand four when the red sox made that shocking trade of Nomar Garciaparra. All Right Sarah. Thanks for doing this tram. Gusta like was inducted into baseball's hall of fame in two thousand eleven after career overseeing the Blue Jays the orioles the mariners the Phillies Pat Thanks for joining US and helping to this in these times and joining the storytelling well busters nice to be with you and the and the other fans baseball. I think everybody's looking for us something to do with sports and I think we're all the game tremendously at this moment absolutely and we've had so much fun talking with folks like George Brad and Mike Mussina Johnny Bench and getting stories and their time in baseball. So you know having known you when I covered the orioles back in the mid nineties. I know you got a lot of stories in baseball. I wanted to ask you about The spring of two thousand one when a hall of Famer because we didn't know it at that time arrived in Mariners camp when you were overseeing Seattle. That was the first spring training of each row. Sukey with the mariners and I remember because I was I was covering the Yankees at the time I just remember hearing from scouts. Stories of this guy is overrated. He's this little guy's got a funky swing and the initial reaction to each row when he arrived in Mariners Camp. Looking back on. It seems pretty. Funny I sort of had a little bit of jump start on Spring Training Right after we signed him Naturally it happened At the general managers meeting that year was in Amelia Island? Down in Florida and He came over or right if we signed him and he wanted to take some batting practice at At SAFECO field which is now t mobile field in Seattle. You WanNa take some BP's so One of our our our coaches who lived in the area he came over and he was gonNA throw batting practice and we had a lot of the press out there. And this was this was in Who's in late November and he? He stepped into the batting cage and he took one hundred and fifty swings and never stepped out of the batter's box in one hundred and swings and he never he never stepped out to take could be breath. He never stepped out because he thought he was tired. Took one hundred fifty consecutive swings in a batting cage. And so I kind of got a little bit of Advance on we're Kinda guy was and This was a very goal oriented real driven Individuals so I knew that at least with my saw and that's brief work out there in Seattle that we were going to get a player that was going to be Tremendously committed To be in a not only a great offensive player but a great defensive player. You have pat the some of the concerns initially that I heard from scouts with other teams. They're like boy he doesn't really hit the ball. He doesn't really drive the ball He doesn't really I think just because his swing was so unusual and it wasn't something that people are used to seeing that they. They focused on that a lot early in in his time with the mariners. Well you know it's funny No it's a different sport and But I always kind of compared him to Wayne Gretzky. It seemed you know Wayne Grice. He didn't have the hardest shot in the world. But it seemed like Wayne. Gretzky had the the ability. The guide the puck into the net. And it's almost like When I first saw him in two thousand and one and we started playing you thought it was luck that he was hitting balls Continuing the whole between third and short But as it went on went on you knew that this was a design. It was something that he had practice something that he had worked on for long time and the other thing that we had an advantage. Buster was for big league manage a big league pitcher pitcher. Jim Coburn was our scout and he. He coach two years in Japan with Ichiro team. Which was the Orix Bluewave? And so he knew him for a makeup slammed point. Jim was bilingual in both Japanese and English and so he had a relationship With Ichiro and then he scattered for the mariners and he was really The one who put us onto Chiro and and really gave us an advantage. I think over the other teams. At that time I saw you and the mariners in late April of two thousand one after he got off to a good start and you actually the one that came over to me by the batting cage. And we were talking about. You know the the question whether or not he could drive the ball and you said in batting practice. He could hit a ton of home runs. And you mentioned that right away. You were like yeah. He could do that if he wanted to. Kind of like the stories you heard about Wade boggs very similar very similar to Wade Boggs Because we were in spring training in two thousand and one in lieu wanted to see him have a little more power and so Jim Coburn happened to be an Arizona with us and he mentioned the it's euro and in batting practice. He at about ten balls in a row out to right field in in Peoria and then in a couple of ballgames exhibition games that Spring. He had a couple of home runs so when he wanted to You know he could He he get show you some power. But most of the time he we. He's a contact hitter. DidN'T WANNA strike out. Wanted to put the ball in play. They have a drill in Japan which is a little bit unique They throw a pitch and they bounce at fifty eight feet about two feet in front of the plate and then the hitter is supposed to hit the ball on the bounce after it when it comes up on the balance and this is a drill that he went through with pitcher's throwing the ball fifty eight feet and then he would hit the ball off the bounce. You help to explain how he honed. That incredible eye hand coordination i. I really feel like the moment that he arrived pat in sort of a national Conscious at least among people in baseball with when you guys were playing in Oakland in about He was about ten days into the big leagues and terrence. Long was trying to run from first to third base and each row charged a base to right field and made an absolutely perfect throw to third base in fact David Bell If you look at a replay of it it looks almost looks like the throw would have hit the third base bag if not for the bill caught it to tag terrence long. What do you remember about that play? Well you know what are our compared to play you. 'cause I was a kid myself a long time ago and the two guys that I thought that Could have made that same play. One was Calvillo alkaline If anybody could have duplicated that throw it. In my estimation that were there was those are two that it was possible to do it. You don't see you don't see plays like that very much anymore. One of the things you know as knowing the game are feelers are not thrown as well as they did years ago. And I think that's one of the more exciting plays in. Baseball is to throw a run around third base. Throw runner out at home plate it. It's a great defensive play and so You know I would rate that throw that. He made an Oakland. They know right up there with Some throws that I saw that as I said two x Major League Colorado on line made now you were in the middle of one of the great blockbuster trades in baseball history. When you were with the Blue Jays you swap Fred mcgriff and Tony Fernandez to the San Diego Padres for Roberto Alamar and Joe Carter Joe. Mcilvaine was the general manager of the Padres at the time and I remember that happened during winter meetings and these days it feels like these trades. Take sixty years to get done. Everyone breaks down every.

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"alomar" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"alomar" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

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"alomar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"alomar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Signed the blood off of the and then what happened only to be on the floor to break I don't you know well you know okay all right don't lose your place there because you got I mean you got almost a minute here okay that out but so he turned the machine off and I went about ten seconds here turn the machine back on in the way and all the here and see the war only only comes up on the will be created out will pick up you can receive anything like this more normal group I'd never seen anything like it one the entire it happens all the time see that mainstream either you will hear it here midnight black in a minute with Alomar's always on the trail of the nephilim and I don't think he's going to quit back in the day send.

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"alomar" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"alomar" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"alomar" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"alomar" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"That's what I that's why I like this Dallas win, but I'm not overly impressed because I mean Seattle was playing great with running football team as well. I heard y'all talking about the ravens they're running football team. They have a really good quarterback who can make plays with his feet in extent plays, but they laid to leading in Russian and Dallas stopped rent for the most part they seventy three yards. Let's go to the chargers beating the ravens a lot of people are talking about Lamar Jackson. I personally would not have sat him. I think once you make a commitment to a Trubisky. Alomar Jackson a running quarterback you make a commitment. You just can't yank a guy in the third. What do we make of the chargers though? Because you, and I sit there and watch that game and they dominated it for three hours and they held on for dear life, go into New England. Do you trust the chargers? Almost not even to the point that I don't trust. The chargers is just. Is New England. And and and I know they haven't looked like New England. But is that pedigree? Is that DNA that ended the day they're still New England? And so I just think they'll figure it out. And so I think the charges are playing really good. And you said they look like they were holding on. That's the problem a lot of coaches, they get up and they change they got real conservatively super-conservative they get in. These prevent defense is not to let the big play happen to you. But by doing that, you become soft up front, and then, you know, Baltimore's able to do, you know, do some things that they probably wouldn't have had success during early. And so as players you're like coach, keep defend on throat. Let's let's keep it going. But as a coach you like me, I don't care about no stats. I just want to get out of here with the win. Now into chargers will have to go home. They go on the road again to you. Do you worry about fatigue for the chargers? I don't I don't allow you know, a lot of people on the outside look at that. And say, hey, we have to try. Today, and it does where on your little bit. But mentally and physically you just wanna get ready for this football game. And you'll do everything through the course of that week. You'll leave one day earlier you'll leave on a Friday, and you can study on the plane. Yeah. Yeah. You'll leave you know, a day before like a Friday if you play Sunday instead of leaving Saturday when you have a close game. So I think I mean, and and and and and and the chargers being in L A, they're used to west coast games. It's not like a team or east coast game is not like a team who's never done it before. All we got. We got to do this for the first time they've probably came to the east coast three or four times this year. So they're used to it. So I don't I don't really put any weight into that. But. I mean, the charges look good at times. I was never wanted people who had them as a Super Bowl pick. But I did have him as a team in the playoffs. If they got hot could could scare some people. Because like you said, you can't just have all your town on on one side of the town everybody. They, hey, our loan everywhere. No, I contend to charge. The most good players in the NFL, seven pro bowlers. And you could you could you you're gonna had argued a deserve to more finely whence foles 'cause now fulls is a backup. I'm getting cut out on Twitter already. He's a back haul. And you say he's a backup. Can you have this conversation? If Nick foles goes into New Orleans and wins, and they plan in the NFC championship game. It'll be a harder conversation. They make it to the Super Bowl. It'll be like what what are we talking about?.

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"alomar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"alomar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Luminous local. Of course is the man who one midterm madness. It's Brexit day. We're gonna find out today with the British government collapses. It's also Amazon day, plus one where the people the real estate markets are rocked and in one City, New York, and in Arlington Virginia, it's the day though for most people where they just simply start getting back to normal after the election season. Luke, how do you come down from the high of election season because you're really into it like me? I mean, you obviously did you won the contest you one midterm matters. You thousands of people how do you kind of get away from politics now? Well, neither Alomar sleeping more more focused on you know, what the kids are doing with their activities things like that. Yes. Definitely. Sleep is still still behind on that especially after the the airports yesterday, but lovely MRs Luke love politics, the way, you do not quite not quite the Steelers the way that you do she loves the Steelers, but not quite as much as I do. Yes. Of all these things and you are Cavs fan. I want people to know, you're not completely unredeemed. That's correct generation underway. No basketball auction their regeneration dad forgive that one. Now in terms of if you were main lining into the beltway community, you obviously know what you're doing because you won this contest. And a lot of people would not have gotten even close a lot professionals. Were beaten by your study of the data the analytics and the predictions out there where do you think the country's gone in twenty twenty? I think we're going to see a similar map to two thousand sixteen. I think that Ohio is moved to a it's a lean our state at this point. I don't think it's a battleground state, I think the battlegrounds at the Republican should be focusing on our Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania. I think that's where the map is gonna take us. I also have to be careful in Florida. They gotta go down and do their piecing governor to Santa's will help and Senator Scott will help. So I think that is the map Ohio and Florida in his column in Texas isn't as calm Donald Trump assuming he's the nominee again. But he's got to win one of those three you gotta win one, which of those three do you think is most winnable I think Pennsylvania's most winnable than I think Michigan is the state that it's it's it's a state that is getting older. And I think you have concerns from seniors about economic. Issues and some of the socialist leanings of the democrat party. And we heard Mike Gallagher earlier today said they won the both state. They got a democrat governor, but they won the state house, and they didn't get wiped out in the congressional stuff. Wisconsin might just Scott Walker just might have been three terms is not the nor right. Sometimes you just need new blood that might have been why? It come down here and be a great chief of staff or great. We are expecting a cabinet shakeup today. And we're expecting changes the chief of staff, President Trump in terms of your view of him over the five years you've been on the national stage really more like three he's come and gone before that what do you think of him as a political actor? Know, I think the president's delivering great policies for conservatives. I think we have to be smart about how he conveyor ideas and convey them in respectful ways that will bring some suburban suburbanites back in bigger numbers to Republicans. See I don't think the middle of the country likes conflict. I really don't think they like the pugilist stick approach to politics that both left and right. Have he is our combatant and chief. I mean, he likes to mix it up and a lot of people like that. Trumbull county voters, but I don't think millennials like conflict at all. I think we can be we can we can fight. But do it respectfully. And I think when you look at the cultural issues, I think there's a lot of voters that are looking for someone to stand up for them. Now when I'm watching for example. Oh, I don't watch SNL. But if I did right here about it. You know, you you sense. These are people that don't care for people like me. So we do appreciate the president standing up on this cultural issues, but doing and respectful way. I think is how you went back the suburbs. Now that is terrific. You have done an amazing thing. And it is a great honor to have had you here. Even though you are a Steelers fan, Luke voluminous. Thank you. Congratulations. Again winner in midterm madness. Hope you'll player next round. Absolutely look forward to. I hope I can come back again, you know, it's a it's a big risk originally. I heard that Luke was a physics teacher and turned out. He was a civics teacher. And I was so relieved thing, but I could anyone could have been here. Anybody in the world who played I mean with thousands of people playing I didn't know it was going to be and like I hit the homerun derby with someone who knows what he's talking about. And takes it seriously knows and could conduct an interview with Mike Gallagher congressman about his article in the Atlantic. Now, very fun. We should reform congress. I like the idea the idea is to thank you so much, Luke. I liked. This idea. Most the red kettle is up and running at hughhewitt dot com. That's the Salvation Army red kettle. I started early this year for one reason and one reason only the need is so immense because of the hurricanes in Florida and Georgia and North Carolina flooding that occurred. 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"alomar" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

WLRH 89.3 HD3

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"alomar" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

"The reaper left an empty an end silence song i cried on the top run along the way back i lost way back home alomar's took hold of my comrades poor sweeter wine to drink yeah we drank up watch phone the shot oh and the love have now you bring me doc long take me home oh all bring me home.

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"alomar" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

WHYR 96.9 FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"alomar" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

"The moon is to coin a phrase a pretty harsh mistress as well i wellplayed sir i got to talk with tandy we're recently a ban on red his new book artists about a little town on the moon they are very very strict about when you come in the air lock you have air the blows all that nasty moondust off you because if he breathing any of it you might just die eventually it just seems like these places they're going to be mean to us they don't want us to live there yeah i started chapter in the new space 20 book with the line that the editor load space hates people and then move on to save it here's all the things we can do to mediate that but you're right i mean the moon is of a harsh place i don't think in many ways is as harsh as mars of the gravity is a little less demanding alomar's ain't much smut thirty eight percent of earth's the nice thing with with the moon is as we got rock and soil samples at least we know we're dealing with we don't have that from mars yet accept than meteorites which had been bangor around infused and left in space were longtime so it's good to at least no were stepping into their and anywhere is probably right or you're going to have to do all kinds of abatement techniques to make sure that you can have as little interaction with that does the possible but there's risks and yet i was interviewing a flight surgeon for one of the book chapters the jse and i said you know we're talking about radiation we're talking about bone density loss and all the stuff over the long term i said okay it's dangerous out there it's really dangerous to go to mars does a so long as there's so much stuff you're still working on how many of the people that you see on a regular basis you're astronauts because you're a flight surgeon how many of them would go any way he said virtually all of course they just they said that yeah we get the radiation thing that's fine can we please get on with it is dangerous we knew that we took.

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"alomar" Discussed on WREK

WREK

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"alomar" Discussed on WREK

"The moon is to coin a phrase a pretty harsh mistress mistresses well i wellplayed sir i got to talk with tandy we're recently a ban read his new book artists about a little town on the moon they are very very strict about when you come in the air like you have air the blows all that nasty moondust off view because if you breathing any of it you might just die eventually it just seems like these places they're going to be mean to us they don't want us to live there yeah i started chapter in the new space 20 book we're with the line that the editor loved space hates people and then move on to say but here's all the things we can do to mediate that but you're right i mean the moon is a harsh place i don't think in many ways is as harsh as mars of the gravity is a little less demanding alomar's ain't much smut thirty eight percent of earth the nice thing with with the moon as we've got rock and soil samples so at least we know we're dealing with we will have that from mars yet accept than meteorites which had been banged around infused and left in space for a long time so it's good to at least no were stepping into their and any weir's puppy writer he's going to have to do all kinds of abatement techniques to make sure that you couldn't have little interaction with that does the possible but there's risks and i was interviewing a flight surgeon for one of the book chapters a jse and i said you know we're talk about radiation we're talking about bone density loss and all the stuff over the longterm i said okay it's dangerous out there it's really dangerous to go to mars because as so long as there's so much stuff you're still working on how many of the people that you see on a regular basis you're astronauts because you're a flight surgeon how many of them would go any way he said virtually all of gordon they just they said that yeah we get the radiation thing that's fine can we please get on with it is dangerous we knew that we took.

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"alomar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"alomar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Shower that member one tom izzo came out here in gave dream on a talking to you saint stop crying about every call and then the next couple of games he behaved well and was kind of bragging about it yeah man that's my guy izzo and pat to your credit in the shower you said webb into that i mean seriously tremont as such a good basketball player but he's frustrating for me just to watch or listen to ask shut up due to quit cry you know what that's like marie players the analogy on that one where he had the is oh gave the pep talk he gave a couple of clean games they've right back to being dream on that's like those people they're kind of annoying to be honest with i'm not going to name names but they come after like very aggressive about their new diet like i give it to him i don't care in the first place muddy in sugar anymore so just take note because that's i'm done with sugar alomar never doing it again and then in three days do this bag her she bore sitting right there whatever you know what i mean i want to i don't want the announcement patrick about your diet only the announcement about good behaviour frigeri much you show me my whole deal show in the fourth graders to play like draymond is getting dice here entice here yeah because if they watch him he's gonna be behaving poorly and i'd be like no not that just the game they're like wait you're confusing anyway here's draymond about our teams trying to get under their skin from that all your vote us gusmao gordon who are joining us in nature of the day we learned us out of the rest of the year so look i get used to a 25 games down that get you go yeah we'll be seeing a lot more of it and now over to kd poly who got you a case of kevin durant other when the game 125 115 their nineteen in six their ford on this road trip now don't forget mark is called a six game sweep of.

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"alomar" Discussed on Z100

Z100

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"alomar" Discussed on Z100

"Hey last that a head injury at the two of you may lay fouling his over bank is good now way home bag in those days down zero long alone in a moment owl wage made so often and mild japan's own criminal ran away alomar way the news now if the 25 your own me too was once away acid does this when he for you though alex zulle gone up in the same thing lin ones oh mile away the launch me zoo all wage 900 greyling god is mad oh come on my way a molnar way la varnway.

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"alomar" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"alomar" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"I can do that you know as it was all you know positives in order to get a win on the board town with alomar jordana how would you like lobo fans to remember you uh just you know just a competitor i mean you know if if i ever had a chance to meet any logo fan now on off to feel you know i'm i'm a communication measures three non i talk every day so i mean the sought the simple fact they in odds laundering another he was a competitor is a good guy and he do whatever you could you know to get a win on a book the hit that happened at you say ever ever been do something like that in your career a highly not there major on me i suffered decide that same by a be defensive him in high school where i didn't sit out just kind of a mess though my shoulder in a number of my hand and that instead of getting a concussion saw me i mean it's definitely a opener when that happen and i mean just that whole we even though you knows harden and i wasn't 100 percent on new i told myself i wanted to get back on the show as soon as possible so i mean i mean i didn't try and russell processing you distrust bob i mean we have the best tournament country bob wallace on in he kinda gave me the protocol gave me every day knows any turnaround 247 though we and that's you know i got really day bob you know for it helped me i'll give me give me next 100 percent as quick as much as the what's the attitude right now i will you guys at this weekend with the last two games of the season by you know we're still competing on me in a lot of guys in osce in your class of dreams and aspirations ago to the league so you know instead of these two games being a ballgame in these last who has all the bribe you know scouts are watching you know everybody's walk so because you know just gotta get ready for the nfl you know that's the.

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"alomar" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"alomar" Discussed on First Take

"They have to be balanced to kick the seattle seahawks ballots alomar miller has play a bigger role in this even look at the court than a quarterback position with a few centre specially how loud and if you see somebody running on seattle their goal absolutely that's the way you be seattle you cannot sit back there and just throw the ball forty fifty thousand gonna seattle say okay well in this game you got to keep them off balance especially in a running game in the screen game but implicit back there all and richard sherman they'll come after they will get so i think you're going to use the biggest seattle the win this game because i think that they're gonna put the onus on the show watson to make them beat them down if we got happening lamar miller is a really good back like when you peel away the elite the levy on bail and his eke you'll elliott guys with sharma mccoy right underneath that i think l'amour miller's in in that he's good and he can get it done and i think he's going to i mean he into shawn watson tougher place to play for a rookie arrowhead are up there in the link lake for a young kid lake because the mistaken you're playing against a top notch tv so it's always saw arrowhead is not as deep as is not as good as what are you have a seattle but you're talking about just dropping back throwing the ball down the field it is hardly the play up in the link going to learn a lot about him again it's going gonna be fun thank you so much of being with us dare come back against him go cowboy jess so high.

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"alomar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"alomar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The twentyfirst century it's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm mary louise kelley the us and the philippines our allies but in the last year the relationship has showed cracks when then president obama questioned the philippine more on drug sandwich in vigilantes have cut thousands of people philippine president wrote regal do tear tate famously cursed him and there was this tirade after the us refused to sell certain weapons to the philippines so you're gonna work ahead instead alomar run were prepared nothing seemed to be getting friendlier under president trump trump even invaded do territory to the white house with the philippines top diplomat foreign minister alain peter cayetano in town we asked carry a tunnel how's the relationship now longterm it's strong and it's irreversible today it's getting stronger but it's it's in between when your boyfriend and girlfriend and we read the finer relationship get mary their separate shiddo foia where the us and the philippines of nausea gets nowhere near separation and the american filipino relationship is so refill liam that it bounces back right away regardless of personalities in issues it has had allowed to bounce back from last year when things were at a low president to territory threatened to break up with the us and embraced china instead is that a uturn for your country's first overseas separate ruth orrick i don't mean that politicians who speak don't mean it you're saying we shouldn't take those words at face value basically what you're saying is that when the in thrace coleman we will continue to be with the us when they asked for our help we will be there but when the rest is they verging we have to stand on our own two feet and i hear you saying that things are improving between the us and the philippines from where they were last year but president to tear to just this summer call the united states a lousy country so you have to see.

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"alomar" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"alomar" Discussed on WDRC

"Expense ratio and one thing that's curious about it is how they can maintain sandy share price with no changes with a two point eight eight duration how can they do that alomar honest annan is either are guaranteed insurance contracts were rare wrapped a guarantee the interest rate at the controls gear red wired crucial that petty work with highly rated inherited copays to make sure you know that they will be all well let me agree with you club while yes because you always have that rescue always have the risk of insurance company default okay of here here here's my observation your question was having 95 percent in this one fund you feel a little bit uneasy about it i agree with you well i'm going to agree with you because you on the diversification guy i'd like to spread the money over different funds and so i have to agree with your clark i'm not comfortable it's not so much the funded self farright but i'm not comfortable with having 95 percent of a portfolio in one stable value fund no i'm not uh so if you're not comfortable and none i'm not comfortable doughnuts to people ulan yours truly that are not comfortable with the idea but i do appreciate the call we're going to hartford connecticut gina welcomed the money talk nice to have you with us why i bob our area doing well what's up about but thank you i'm a market crapper and i've been with her hooper bowl hyundai 1980 hick and i'll tell you what our listeners on the mighty wls chicago remember that day well because that's the day the only day of mina the only day they'll bears got it done unfortunately i'm a fan while hill rough day it was a rough day for the pets but let's face it they've subsequently they've had their brady revenge they have i have a question bob is i work for fortune 500 company and they recently like allow accompanied have gone.

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"alomar" Discussed on Forbes Under 30

Forbes Under 30

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"alomar" Discussed on Forbes Under 30

"I don't know honestly late there is i think my voice has the biggest evolution i've seen since the listening is my vocal abilities and i think i blame myself for that purely because i mean i could listen to win the honor like has drizin a winning houston that wasn't me these girls and like learning housing like a diva and i was in broadway productions in had this other voice and when i started doing music and i think this probably goes back to uh the sparseness of me of women in music production on i felt like i had to pull my voice back and seeing small and fragile so that people wouldn't think i was just a singer so people know ended more because of always written by music i have always had handed production especially at the beginning and over the years as i felt less of a need to prove myself in those areas i've let my vocals grow and become something more and so with this new record that's going to be of there's with alomar soul in the vocal um a range in a lot more energy just put into showing that i can saying whereas previously was all about showing that i didn't really you know if that makes sense that makes sense is it will you you obviously are a an extraordinary talent will when he think of all the i can do you think triggering dirt anything it with still i i i'm excited to look at skin in the earth and to follow the story i'll make sure you get a copy please yes yeah like i send you went uh that would be amazing the thank you so much for doing this as goods in down yeah good luck with everything look at these human okay thank you bye that's it for this episode a forbes under thirty i hope you enjoyed it if you want to reach out to us with a comment or question please do so at under thirty that's the number thirty at podcast one dot com.

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