18 Burst results for "Andrew Campbell"
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Tweets already buster bleacher tweets for a Wednesday, and as promised in our previous segment with Todd radham, here is our weekly quiz for you buster. You gotta be on the record for this one. Oh boy. So here we go. You try to get out of this too before we record. Let the listeners know here. All right, here's the question. Which team has the longest active winning streak of World Series games one? Is it a, the San Francisco Giants? B, the Cincinnati reds, C, the Chicago White Sox, or D, the Saint Louis Cardinals. Gotta be the reds. Winner winner chicken dinner buster. Wow. Wow. Didn't even blink. No hesitation. Now, now some there are some parts of my brain that don't work. That's one part of my brain that works. All right, well, hey, aren't you glad you did the question then? Yep. I didn't feel like a genius. How'd you guys do with that question? Not great. I'm so wrong. All right. Forgot that. Well, the order to the universe has been reestablished then. Absolutely. All right, let's go to the tweets. We got a whole batch from here. Pat Johnson at the melting pad is up first. Pat writes in on Thursday, my son, Arthur will be a year old, happy birthday. They Arthur. I think I have to thank the podcast crew for getting us through TV and COVID and late night feeds to make this about baseball who climbs from the seller first. My Phillies or Taylor's Orioles. Yeah, the Phillies. I don't think it's close, and by the way, pat, congratulations. That is actually a fun time and being a parent. But it's got to be the Phillies, because the Orioles have a ways to go. I keep on getting all the tweets from world fans who are like, you need to give the Orioles credit. I'm like, okay, you know, they're a little better, but that's like going from an F grade to a D I mean, they're still on a pace to win like 68 games. My buddy texted me a couple of days ago and was like, oh, the oils turn the corner. I'm like, they can just, you know, this is a bound to happen in baseball. You know, a couple stringing together. I mean, the bar was so low. Hey, we won more than 52 games. You know, we'll see. And the key question is, is as the team gets better and this talent that they've been collecting by tanking grows will ownership spend money the way that the cubs in the Astros did to augment it. That's the key question. Would you agree with me? Oh yeah. And I mean, when are we going to start seeing these young guys too? Right. They're all being held up in the miners, and it's incredibly frustrating to watch. Another one of my Friends has convinced me that all these guys are going to be good. So that's where my head is right now. Who knows how reasonable that is? Let's go to Ed at EF cade, maybe. My submission for bleacher tweets, having the cameraman on the field during the player celebration is a distraction thoughts. And they're not. I kind of like the up close and personal. And I know in some of the cameramen who have had that job, do we at duke and then we have Jared, great guys, players like it. I like it. And players aren't bothered by it. Andrew Campbell at real camp drew is up next, Andrew writes, and hey buster, it's become quite fun watching future all star Nestor Cortez just deal every 5 days. But the way the league's pitchers are ahead of the batters this year isn't as much fun, Major League Baseball's average is two 33, the league OPS 6 77 he threw in a barf emoji in there. Any way we can fix this. Yeah, I do think they will have some sort of regulation shifts next year. I hope they have some sort of a regulation. The use of relief pitchers, which I think is contributing this because you're seeing a parade of guys who are throwing 98 mph. And I agree with you about context being so important. And in Nestor Cortes is terrific and you see in a lot of great pitching stats, but it reminds me of the late 90s when everyone was hitting 30 homers. Like the feet of hitting 30 homers didn't feel quite as exciting because the context. Mike mosque at the mosque three is up next. Heim bloom's fingerprints are all over the Red Sox failure. He's constructed an aging rotation and an awful bullpen who's the closer he's alienating fans and destroying the Clubhouse by mishandling Bogart's contract. I think that's all correct. Well, and I'd say this. I mean, haim bloom is not alone in the decisions when it comes to paying Xander bogarts. That's an ownership decision, not heim's decision. He might give a recommendation, but in the end, it's up to ownership to decide whether or not they feel like keeping Xander bogarts is the centerpiece is worth it to the organization and as it meant saying the podcast, they damn well better reassess that because I think it's clearly having an effect on the team. Don Irvine writes in all 5 teams in the NLS or above 500, are they all that good or is this a fluke that will correct itself by the end of the season? Flu, I don't think there's any chance the rockies finish at 500. Danny norlander at DL norlander is up next. He writes in hey buster, the Nats are the second best team in total hits this year fourth and batting average, 9th in runs and RBI, but they're pitching as awful 29th and the ERA and whip any chance of a turnaround with the return of Strasbourg dolittle and Harvey by June and July. No, I think Mike Rizzo, their general managers demonstrated. He will be aggressive when it comes to flipping assets when he feels like that the Nats don't have a chance within the context of division led by the braves and the mets. I don't think they have a chance to contend this year. Last one for today, chief beef at Carl havoc. I love this Red Sox piling on makes me so happy. He writes in Xander bogarts, not being paid, has nothing to do with the bullpen not being able to hold and save games, same goes for the bottom of the order not being able to hit their way out of a paper bag. I don't know. I mean, I think it can be related to some degree because the offensive struggles. And it's possible that some of what's going on with the offense, you might be related to what happened with bogarts. And guess what? That's put more pressure on the pitching. And the pitching, you're right, has folded. So I do think that they're interconnected in some way. Already, that will do for bleacher tweets, hashtag bleacher tweets on Twitter while you're watching the games, please follow rate and review this podcast wherever you listen to your podcast and.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"All right, buster here is this week's bleacher tweets first up from mister jakey RS, the Giants are trying to sell many ticket plans. I find this infuriating considering the lockout. Am I being unfair? No, I've got friends who have season tickets and they're getting requests for money and they're basically saying that they're going to take their money out of it until they there's a resolution. They're annoyed. You're not alone, mister jakey. Up next, we have Kyle benning. So baseball owners in 2020. We have biblical losses due to no ticket sales. We can't pay minor leaguers and need staff layoffs. Baseball owners in 2022. Let's have a lockout in short season to squeeze the players. We can endure a loss of ticket sales revenue. Kyle getting some things off his chest. Yeah, when I'm really going to be curious about that this continues to drag on. If at some point, the owners essentially go to the nuclear option, where they decide through the mounting frustration over the negotiations in recent years, you know what? We're just going to sit in our bunker and we're going to wait until the other side potentially fragments. That would be absolutely disaster, but I think it's one of the options at play for the owners. And I'm curious to see how long they take it. And next up, we have Andrew Campbell. Let's forget this toxic mess for a sec. What's your favorite baseball moment in a non baseball movie? I personally love Robin Williams, Carlton fisk story from goodwill hunting and the World Series moment and one flew over the cuckoo's nest. A classic as well. So I've got a couple I agree that Robin Williams Carl and fist story from goodwill hunting was amazing, but I must say like since that was produced by Harvey Weinstein. There's now a cold spot in my heart for that movie that wasn't there before. I actually have never seen one flow of the cuckoos nest two that I was thinking about. One was awful. My best friend's wedding, Julia Roberts goes to the press box where sports writers are working and based on, you know, that I guess screenwriters version of how sports writers are, they just sit and get drunk during the course of all games that don't actually work, and it was like, that person didn't have anything. The other one was Tom Cruise in a few good men when he was walking around his apartment at an Atlanta Braves game against the San Diego Padres in the background. And I think it's Jerry Coleman, who is a friend of mine whose voice was on that. I thought that was pretty cool. So a few good men one was good, but Sarah, as I was preparing mine, I was thinking, you may not have seen a few good men, right? And you may have my best friend's wedding. No, I have seen both of those. My family are big movie buffs and my dad. My dad raised me right. He sent me out to watch a few good men with me. And my best friend's wedding is a great classic movie. Love it. The one that comes to mind for me is Twilight. Listen, it's a cinematic masterpiece that specific scene. The cinematography, the music, the form, the technique. I almost can't even use that as my answer because it almost makes Twilight a baseball movie. It is that good. I've never seen Twilight. I have no idea what you're talking about. Well, hopefully this will hit home for some people who were forced to watch Twilight against their will or who like it as a guilty pleasure. Taylor also sent me one as well. It's not from a movie, but it's from the show Sex and the City. So the ladies go to a Yankees game and carry scoops up a newly called up minor leaguer. And Samantha Jones hits us with this just all time great line. And it's the only place I can smoke without Giuliani putting me away for ten years. These seats suck this hot dog sucks, my entire life sucks, which I think with all this labor stuff might sum up, you know, some baseball fans feelings right now. I think the next blade should tweet also. I think we'll also led me to that. Yes, a perfect transition to our last tweet from PK Steinberg. Dreamed last night that my wife and I were walking around London with Joey Votto. He was wearing a red wrestling singlet naturally. Over the course of the day, he grew sad. Asked why he responded, I just want to dance. Do you do dream analysis? Should we take a crack at this one? So I almost texted this morning almost texted Joey bottle this morning and say, here's what here's what someone fan was dreaming about. How would you translate this? But this seems absolutely clear. I just want to dance. He just wants to play baseball. That's what's going on here, Sarah, isn't it easy? Yes, and I actually looked up a dream analysis website to get this in to see if this has any significance or deeper meaning. So according to Miller's guild dot com, dreaming about dancing can also be symbolic for a cry for freedom. Trust issues in your inner circle and a battle with anxiety. So I don't know. I think it is all the labor stuff. It's all the baseball. It all comes back to baseball labor. Trust anxiety for freedom to be out on a ball field. Your inner circle gave life. Right. So I don't know. I don't know who that might be targeted to. PK Steinberg or Joey Votto. Either one. Well, I might text Joey later today and just let him know that he came up in a very unusual way on our podcast. All right, that's it for today. My thanks to Sara, nice job feeling in today, Sarah. Thank you. It was super fun. And my thanks to Rhett weisman, to Harry Marino, to Taylor swink and the great Tim kirchen, have.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"We have a great one right off the bat. PK Steinberg at PK Steinberg on Twitter. Since you're ranking the top MLB players, how about ranking each of the following based on their actual power and labor negotiations? Rink from the following MLB, MLBPA, Manfred and the fans. Well, I'm going to go individual owners number one because they clearly have gained so much financial landscape in the last negotiation in the end of 2016. They have the ability to step in and say, you know what? We're going to make concessions. We're going to give the player association more of what they want. So the likes of already Moreno and build the wind and how Steinbrenner, those guys would be number one in the power rankings. Number two would be agent Scott Boris. So I think has a lot of influence as to what's going on here. Most of the executive committee for the player association is made up of Scott Boris clients. And he is perceived by a lot of other folks in the union, a Major League Baseball side is having a lot of influence as to what's going on. Number three, I'd say Bruce Meyer, who's the lead negotiator for the Players Association. Number four is Max Scherzer. I think he's got influence among the players. You know, he's viewed generally speaking as the number one player in these talks, although Andrew Miller was a representative of the players in that December 1st meeting that lasted 7 minutes. I think max is an important voice in this. I'd actually put rob mafra behind those four or that for those four groups. Because he's a lawyer for the owners. He's going to do it with the owners, owners want. He's taking marching orders for them, and there's no doubt about it in the power rankings, the fans are last. Andrew Campbell at real camp drew. Hey, buster, since no contact is allowed between teams and players, would any of those guys get in trouble for using an intermediary for instance, can Aaron judge go to Joe schmo and then Joe schmoe talked to Aaron Boone? Yeah, I think you theoretically could get in trouble for using an intermediary. I mean, that would be really hard to prove. Sarah, if I wanted to find out how Taylor shrink was doing and I was forbidden because he's on vacation from reaching out to Taylor and I reached out to you and talked to you and you talked to Taylor, I could get a general update as to what was going on. Who's going to track that? And this world, paper trails are everything. So I mean, I always wonder about screenshots if they're texting it to each other. I think that's the only way it could potentially get traced back to them. But I don't know who would wrap them out for that or who would even dig that deep. Yeah, exactly. Let's say that Aaron Boone was Aaron Boone wanted to find out about a rehabbing Yankee player and he just reached out to a friend of the Anki player and said, hey, tell me what you got. What have you heard? As you say, there wouldn't be any paper trail. That type of conversation. New year, not new Matt. It's my birthday weekend. A weekend, I usually spend planning baseball trips for the next year. But I'm not committing dollars until we know a season start date. How much our owners realistically losing holding out and do they even care? They would lose a lot if they lose the start of the season. And that's just in terms of the immediate game checks, but I also believe that they would do significant damage to their own product. I think if the baseball season doesn't start on time in the middle of the pandemic, that there would be there would be very few people who would feel sorry for them. And feel sorry for either side for that matter. So would you tell new year not new Matt to start booking hotels? No, don't put hotels. I'm really pessimistic. I just don't see as I was talking about with Jeff, I just don't see the person, the mechanism that's going to lead to a deal. That has not even begun to evolve before our eyes. John hollander, at John Tong, they're on Twitter. Am I wrong for thinking that big market owners should align more with the MLBPA rather than small market owners? Boston, New York Yankees, New York mets, LA Dodgers, et cetera, don't care what they spend in just want to win, while Cleveland, Tampa Bay, Pittsburgh, Oakland, et cetera, are just trying to prop it. And John, that absolutely is one of the fault lines. It's always existed in these negotiations in 94 95. The problem wasn't really a disagreement between the players and Major League Baseball, the problem was the disagreement between the big owners and the small owners. The players will always align without a doubt with the big market teams more closely because those are the teams that are going to spend the most money where, on the other hand, you have some of the small market teams who want to have lower payrolls and so often we're seeing the small market teams involved in tanking, which is something that's really important to the player association in this negotiation. Before we leave buster, you mentioned you're in big sky. I know that's where Taylor is. Have you.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Fast down the highway you know stick your head out the window that's kind of how it feels when you're seeing But then if you crash it's just like you're driving down the highway and then you jump out of the car Oh my God And then you slide for like half a mob but you just gotta go Gumby You gotta be like peewee Herman You gotta Let it go Did it your dad try to push you to do other sports I mean I tried a lot of other sports and I have to say I was absolutely terrible at all of them I played soccer and my only goal was against my own team I tried to figure skating and I like the outfits a lot but my dad pulled me out of that after about a month tennis huge failure Gymnastics I was too tall since I was like 9 years old So skiing was definitely where I had some talent It's funny 'cause in a way it's like you failed your way to a gold medal You failed at everything else and you're like I'm just gonna kill it as skiing Exactly I was just gonna say Lindsay and I basically have the exact same trajectory with sports except for I never got to the part where I was a gold medalist I sucked at one after another after another and then also scared Now Lindsey your new show on Amazon the pack Okay so I just got a dog This is my first time getting a dog And so we got a golden doodle Her name is yasu and she's adorable Oh that's cute Now you got Lucy Lucy's adorable as well So first of all the question is is this a show you wanted to do You were just looking at an excuse to hang out with Lucy I mean it was kind of a great excuse to hang out with Lucy but I was looking for kind of the next career move after skiing And I was like I get to travel the world with my dog and 12 other dogs I was like that to me is the best case scenario So How's it been filming with dogs Is there any trouble on set behind the scenes The dogs were the best part of the show I mean who doesn't want to watch a labradoodle running in slow motion with rainbow highlights Well Lindsey vonn we've asked you here today to play a game We're calling go von go You're used to hearing people yell Vaughan go But what do you know about van Gogh As in Vincent van Gogh answer two out of three questions correctly about the Dutch painter and you'll win a prize for one of our listeners the voice of their choice on their voicemail Bill who is Lindsey vonn playing for Andrew Campbell of Richmond Virginia All right Lindsey here's your first question After Vincent van Gogh famously cut off his own ear he painted a portrait of the Doctor Who treated him and gave the painting to the doctor as a thank you What did the doctor do with it A he printed his name on it then hung it up on a pole outside his offices like a sign B he used it to repair his chicken coop C he hung it up in his examination room as a warning to patients to take better care of themselves You mean all of these sound like not logical options And we'll see now you're thinking logical right You're thinking a lot Now this show is not necessarily show I mean I don't think it's singing poop but it could be number one but I don't know I'm gonna go with number three The truth is it was the chicken coop Wow This guy hated the painting so much that he used it to repair his chicken coop Now the painting today is valued at $50 million That's insane Wait you mean they reclaimed the painting from the chicken coop Or it would have been valued at 50 How does that work I think some of the paint isn't paint I think it's just chicken poop There you go It's just the dead chicken that you hang on your own So the game is don't think logically There you go Lindsey you got it right You go down a hill at 80 miles an hour You think that's logical That's not magical Correct All right here's your next question You still got a chance You get two of these This person wins So the oldest woman who ever lived who died in 1997 at the age of 122 years old lived long enough that she actually met Vincent van Gogh It's a moment that she remembered her whole life Why A because she couldn't get over how ugly he was B because he offered her his other ear saying I feel lopsided with just one Or C because she posed for him but in the finished painting there was a guitar on the chair instead of her I mean I think maybe number one you're getting good at this You're right Yes She says it's a moment she remembered her whole life because she couldn't get over how ugly he was All right you're one out of two Here's your last question Lindsey vonn Though most of van Gogh's art is worth well into the millions of dollars bargain hunters can still own a piece of history for the fraction of the price including which of these which recently sold at auction a for $80,000 a napkin on which van Gogh doodled a duck with a mustache B for $240,000 a letter between van Gogh and Gauguin describing their brothel visits or C for a $195,000 of VIP quote bedroom.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Thing that stood out to me as far as those awards are concerned. But they go gloves. Again, generally speaking, I think they get most of these right because we have we're so good now and being rooted in the data. But I'm hopelessly biased. JT Realmuto is the best catcher in the national league buster. Jacob stallings had a really nice year. I know his blocking numbers. I think specifically were extraordinary with his past all allowance. And that kind of stuff. But generally speaking for wars like these, I use a player's body of work to be able to sort of break ties because defense can be a little bit noisy year to year and obviously you're not watching them play defense the same way that you're watching them hit and evaluating them as such. And DT real much was the best arm in baseball. He prevents base runners from stealing better than anybody. His framing numbers are always fantastic. Baseball perspective had him third in blocking run. So across the board for my money, he's the best catcher in the national league and I'm sure I was happy for Jacob stallings. The pirates didn't have the chance to win too much this year. So that would say amongst all the words that I went through this morning. Those are the two that stood out. Surprised that Bryant snicker wasn't a finalist for that award. And surprised at JT real Muto did not win the gold glove on the national league. All right, hambo. Always great to talk with you. Later, boys. Get out. Bleacher tweets already buster, bleacher tweets, for a Tuesday, we got Andrew Campbell at real camp drew writing in, hey buster, is it possible that Nolan Arenado has a chance to either tie or surpass Brooks Robinson's gold glove total of 16, Nolan is 30 years old and only needs 7 more gold gloves to tie if he reached 16, would he retire as baseball's greatest defense of third baseman? Andrew, the, you know, I love you. But the word only needs 7 more. Only 7, 9. He is a long way away, and I would say this as we move forward. Brian Hayes is going to be a major factor because his defense is special. Also you wonder Matt Chapman with the Oakland seemingly ready to dumps salaries if they're going to move match Chapman. And if he goes the national league, that's going to change the context for sure. He would be a really nice fit for the mets, for example. Adam Smith is up next at Schmidt FIA writes in with posey's retirement. There's been a lot of chatter in TC markets about mauer's case for the hall. He had an incredible few years, but I don't know if he has longevity or numbers. What are your thoughts? Yep, Hall of Famer, lifetime three or 6 batting average, three batting titles, MVP in 2009, four top ten finishes MVP 6 time all star 2123 career hits, which is 623 more than buster. In his career, 921 games at catchers, 6 O three at first base, posey had more games at catcher in his career, 1093, 229 games at first, but Joe mauer and his time as they catch her was a difference maker. You know, the other day I was texting back and forth with Bruce bochy, and he talked about what an advantage it always was for the Giants that they had an elite offensive player at catcher and the same is true for the twins. Let's go to Brian at a player to be named later, Brian writes in love the show. Can we talk about unicorn Joey Gallo back to back gold glove winner elite feet per second rate and bottom 1% in strikeouts ever seen this combo before? No, not with somebody that big. Well, actually, you know, when Aaron judge is a little bit like that, you know, in terms of his athleticism, but I remember when Joey first came to the big leagues and you see this hulking guys huge. And I was talking with John Daniels, the general manager of the rangers, and he was talking about how like Joey's a much better athlete than anybody realized his boy was he right. Let's go to Don Irvine. What's up, Don? Don writes in, now that Kyle schwarber is a free agent, do you see him signing with an AL team to serve as a DH rather than the NL considering his defensive deficiencies and will he get a multiyear deal considering his 2021 season? Yep, he'll get a multiyear deal, I think there's going to be universal BH for 2022. So he'll consider offers from teams in both leagues. Mister jakey RS at mister JK RS writes in, now that the season is over, what's the feeling on the crackdown over foreign substances after all the grumbling? Do you think it had an impact on the game? Was there a big enough sample size? Yeah, I think there was. It was clear that there were pictures affected by it. You know, spin rates, you could tell that some pictures were affected by it. You know, we had Alex Avila on the podcast and he acknowledged and agreed with what I saw down the stretch that there were a lot of pictures who actually using foreign substances, good old fashioned bullfrog, that sort of thing. I think they found a middle ground. I really hope that they settle this issue because it really is unfair to all of them. As I said during the year when people would talk about someone like a Scherzer or Garrett Cole as a cheater, I'd be like, I mean, 90% of the pictures were using something. And I really would love to get past the conversation. Last one for today, Matt, but covered in confetti at kayaking Smith rates and there's been talk on the pod that Seattle, Texas and Miami may make some splashes this off season. But what teams would be should be worried about setting up to tank next year. I feel like the cubs, guardians nationals and reds are candidates. Congrats on the braves, World Series there mat hope you enjoyed your celebrations. Yeah, absolutely. Look, the guardians don't tank. When we talk about tanking and Taylor sorry to pick a scab for you, I mean, we look at what the Orioles have done a recent years. We looked at what the Astros did in the early 2010s. The last time the Indians lost a hundred games was 1991. The Indians excuse me, the guardians retooled. The athletics retooled. They don't tank. The Orioles, there's absolutely no sign that they're going to veer from their strategy, which means, I'd say right now, whatever the over under is in Vegas, if you want to retire, I think you bet the under on whatever Vegas comes up with your team, what do you think? Oh, yeah, empty account. Bet it all buster bet it all on that under. I'm gonna check that out after we're done. I'm sure it's not up yet, but the second it is, you know where you define me. So thanks for writing everyone. Hashtag bleacher tweets on Twitter. Again, we're gonna do another show. Next Friday, we had a great batch of tweets this week, so keep them coming throughout the week and please follow rate and review this podcast wherever you listen to your podcasts. And just to touch on a couple of other teams real quick, Luis Castillo and Sonny gray, two guys to watch for the reds, I'm curious to see if they trade them. If they do, then you wonder if they're going to be retooling. They have too many good position players to actually go into full on tank. And I think the what to watch for for the cubs, do they make a major expenditure? You know, it was a good sign that they're not tanking that they picked up wade Miley. Before we go, I just want to mention we got sad news yesterday, Pedro Feliciano, longtime left handed pitcher passed away at age 45 and his sleep at word of Perez colleague tweeted out that news, I didn't really know him that well, but everybody that did know him better than I just they were heartbroken yesterday. So our thoughts go out to the family of Pedro Feliciano. My thanks to date to Carl to hambo to Taylor have a great day to everybody. Thanks for listening. Stay safe and remember, Hayden inequality based on skin color is something we need to fight against every single day. Thanks for listening to the baseball tonight podcast. If you're.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Tweets already buster bleacher tweets for a Tuesday, Andrew Campbell at real camp drew rights and hey buster, putting aside the trash cans and buzzers. Do you think that the Astros continued success in October gives life to the tanking strategy, not every team has deep pockets like the Yankees or Dodgers, and it still seems easier to tank than do whatever the rays are doing over there. Yeah, Andrew I've said on the podcast many times, look under the current rules, tanking is a, I mean, it's a strategy that absolutely has been demonstrated to work. You can do it. And if you're an owner of a team, you win either way. If you tank and get first round picks or top picks, like the asters have maybe you win a World Series. And if you tank and you don't win and you don't get those picks, guess what? You still win because you make a crap load of money. Taylor, I'm curious, just wanted to follow up. You see what I'm saying about what Chris Bassett said, okay, Chris Bassett has his perspective. I'm not saying he's wrong. I don't know what's right and what's wrong, but for every Chris Bassett there is, we've had dozens of major leaguers who've come out and said the other way, would they feel like what the answers did was above and beyond. Forget the media. Forget what idiots like me think. It's pretty clear that there are a lot of players. It felt like the asteroids were wrong. Yeah, and I feel like this is some revisionist history on his part to try and cover himself a little bit and be like, hey, I wasn't. I didn't rat my teammates out. Everyone was doing it. Not that I think he's a rat or anything, but I think that yeah, just a little bit of coverage on his part. I think I lean into your camp because you're right. We had the superstars of the game coming out and admonishing in the clearest possible terms of what the Astros did. Yeah, not one or two or three or ten,.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Tweets already buster bleacher tweets for a wednesday. You got something for me. Busters start off with i do. I have a postscript to that story about the mutant funds fence busting cow with the shortened tail. a couple of my siblings. I texted them Some of the response. We're getting Yesterday on social media to that story And they reminded me about something i i. I was either not aware of her completely forgotten. I mentioned that when debbie was born. her mom dana Mistook her tail for the umbilical cord and bid offer tail. So she like you know like a four inch tail. Well when debbie's first cap was born. She bit off that calf's tail her daughter tail as well. So there's something in dna where they didn't get quite the umbilical cord thing. Right you know collect classic family story there multigenerational that that would make a great little novella at it's hilarious. People were having a lot of fun with that on twitter yesterday. I told my father-in-law that the whole thing and he belly laugh like. I don't think i've ever heard him belly laugh. Thought it was absolutely hysterical. Let's kit on to the tweets here andrew campbell. By the way. I told bucky dent that story to yesterday when i was interviewing during the third inning told him that story and he laughed and i said i was rooting against you bucky. I gotta say it was written hard against your team that day. that's great. I'm glad you got to share that. With what it all comes. Full circle injure campbell writes in. Hey buster is the new york yankees twenty twenty one campaign the most disappointing single season outcome for a franchise in the last ten years. Wow that is a big statement from andrew. What do you think no. I mean look at yes disappointing. Because the yankees in the standard is to win the world series and they weren't as good as what people thought. When i think of two thousand twenty one i think the season for the padres and the mets is far more disappointing exit. Any make the post season you agree. They didn't play five hundred ball. I gotta say the yankees haven't had a losing season thirty years Yankees fans red sox fans can be a little delusional a time with their success. Paul hedging hedging rates in at paul. Kpi x. the real shock of the ale wildcard game isn't that the red sox the yankee's instead the game took less than four hours which is certainly notable in. I unfortunately do catch up on this game on dvr and i crushed it in about an hour forty minutes and i'm sure you're glad being a working man last night that it was efficient. It had a nice pace to it. I gotta say that game had a nice base to it. I don't know what the the final time was. But i didn't care. Because it's a nice pace stewart. Melvin reveron at reveron. Melvin writes in. I read the new york times article about our pool is pool host considering managing after retires. Do you think he'd be a good manager. I think about pools is someone who has a lot of interests in his life and if he were decide he wanted league baseball. That wouldn't surprise me If out and i've always gotten along well with our Well with them. Enjoy talking with them If he were a close friend he wanted to manage. I would give him a piece of advice which i think would be really important during his career like a lot of competitive people. You remember kobe. Bryant us do this. Michael jordan used to do this I remember when i covered the yankees. Roger clemens used to do this he would find a reason to not like somebody because he competing person and i think done that during his career he would need to get past that right. Because you got twenty five twenty six guys in your clubhouse different personalities. He would need to get past that. And i think you would understand exactly what i was talking about when i would mention that till tom. Struggle at tj struggle rates and after seeing my beloved nats dismantled at the trade deadline shows are internal go onto success with the dodgers trae. Beat soto for the batting title. What chances do you give mr national ryan zimmerman returning for a curtain call season. He got that curtain call on the last game regular season. But do you think he'll be back in washington. It felt like the end. Yeah watching that you know the way. He responded the way. The fans responded. I have not asked him about that if he were to retire. Would not be surprised. Pk steinberg our guy rates and add. Pk steinberg taylor. You buster all the guests and the hashing bleacher tweets are companions on my ride home from work every day. I never noticed traffic lights. And such though i abide by them because the content is always. So good thank you. We're going to be patting ourselves on the bat back here a little bit. Buster we love these nice tweets that that everyone so thank you. Pk yeah absolutely pk. And thank you for taking the time to write in. Write in all your tweets. You're one of the superstars of the pod from pk. Phil gordon at earl of surrey hill rates in. Thank you for the regular season. I've listened to the listen to every podcast in spring training or remember the cucumbers. I forgot about those. It's been nice skate for forty five minutes. Each day is sydney's been locked down since june. Who do you think makes the world series. Good.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Well you know. I thought about it but i'm not doing that. This all right sir. I appreciate it. Buster always good to talk to you buddy bleacher tweets all righty buster bleacher tweets for a thursday. We've got indra campbell. Real camp drew writes in. Hey buster which would be a bigger story line at the end of the season so a pair of hypotheticals. The mariners go into their first playoff game in twenty years. A game that a young andrew campbell actually attended when he was six or the yankees missing the playoffs. It would be the yankees missing the playoffs. Damning the mariners Look until they have some Sustained success this year is going to be europe progress for them. It's a little bit like a tree falling in a forest right. We're on the other hand the yankees. Would you agree with me. And again it's been an important year for the mariners moving forward but they're not really sort of in the mainstream conversation this point. The yankees on the other hand went into the years the favorites to win the american league so for them to miss the playoffs. That would be bigger story. I agree with you Jay at random nine nine zero nine jay rates in on the last part you said whoever plays the blue jays in the wildcard game the rays will be rooting for or would they j throws out. The rays are nine and six against the blue jays. The raise our won six against the mariners. And it's not out of the question. At the mariners would play the blue jays in the mariners are four. And two against the jays loved the conference from mariners. Fan this mariners. Podcast after all buster. Yeah that's true i- any should be a blue jays. Podcast bluejays a really hot right now. They may be the best team in the american league right now. In so whatever happened before tampa bay against iran or early in the season. That doesn't matter right now. The toronto blue jays team. Nobody wants to play for those records out the window..
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Let's go to the tweets. Here blue-jay josh at josh stay. He writes in. Which do you think it's more likely. The dodgers catching the giants or the reds catching the brewers for the division titles. I like this. You're only giving me those two options. I'm gonna pick say. The dodgers catching the reds because the dodgers have a lot of good players you know and they just have started this Sequence with having trae turns go along with core seger in the go along with monkey bets. max muncie so you wonder if that dapple manifest. I don't think the reds are catching brewers for national league central title. I do think the reds have a chance to the padres for the wildcard All right andrew campbell. Wrightson real camp drew and Andrew's question is kind of poorly timed because the yankees bullpen completely I mean they got the win but melted down the ninth inning there But i'm going to summarize. Send us a screen shot of a note. Andrew wants to know if the yankees work with relief pitchers turning them around. Coaching guys. Up is akin to raise work with position players turning around underperforming prospects into good major league players. Good call look. They certainly in recent years. They've done a good job of that And we've talked about in our teams like the race and the brewers being able to do that but you know. The dodgers have been excellent at that guys like chris. Taylor max muncie taking players skills in helping them find. Get the best out of themselves in. You're right the yankees have been doing that with relief pitchers. Let's go to mike hubbard at 'em hub five one three another ill-timed question but mike writes. And what would lewis. Kathy you have to do to win the cy young one point nine. Era since june. I yeah i think zack wheeler this point is the leader. What would you say taylor i. I think he's got a pretty like at this point absolutely Last one for today. Jr meco at jason. Miko are jason writes in. What's the word of evan longoria. Returning from injury. His collision with brandon crawford was seemingly devastating the time and was interesting. Because it happened between two multi-mm` cold glove winners. How good goodwill the giants bats be. Once he returns well first off. He is making progress. I checked on this this morning with three three last night with a whole run started to double plays in the field in his rehabilitation simon. In triple a. look. I thought the you know. The trade for ryan was excellent because longoria has any type of a setback and given his age. You know you have to build in for that you plan for that possibility brank third base or you could move around. They're an excellent team. I think it was dave jump field. Set it right yesterday. They're not the giants are coming back to the pack. There's an excellent chance. The giants are gonna finish the two thousand twenty one season with the best record in baseball. Not something about a possibility of before the year started. Certainly not all right. Good batch of bleach or tweets there. Please continue right in hashtag.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Let's go to the tweets. Vince rates in with a Appointed question here he asks. Why do you hate the cub. So much yes buster. Why do you hate the cubs. You hate the mets too. I feel like those teams we We hear from fan so much that Sense on that question. Do you think admits minute like literally or a little tongue in cheek I think a little tongue in cheek. I think vince is a listener. So he's not. One of those twitter ran. Does that just comes at you. I feel like we hate. No one on this podcast. I do but you definitely don't. I don't know where he would get those vibes now. Now that the team that annoys me the most to the orioles on its absent bias covered the orders for the baltimore sun and i hate the idea tanking year after year of the united states. That lincoln's right. But yeah. I don't i don't hate i don't care we don't care wins and loses the games. It's good all right. Let's go donna. Irvine at donner don rights in now that the nationals are shadow of their former selves. What are the odds that the oil will win. More games this season in that buster will only a dinner. The nats sit at forty nine and fifty eight right now in the oriel said at thirty eight and sixty eight so eleven games apart not unrealistic but still unlikely now completely unrealistic. There's no chance that the orioles will overtake the nationals. No chance muster. They're ten and seven since the all-star break come on man. Here's a pulse. Not going to happen. The orioles gonna be playing all these teams that are trying to win okay and they will lose. Would you throw out. I alexander wells on the mound against the yankees. That's gonna happen to you now you got. I said i'm trying to not be mean you're throwing out a name. I did well anyway. Let's let's okay Western prince at western prince two rights with tigers seemingly pushing toward the next. Step of the rebuild who was a realistic free agent. Target this off season. Could they be an option for a top shortstop. Yeah and they're on our priscilla's came out yesterday and said they would be more aggressive from free agency. This off season this year has been a your progress for sure. It's hard to say at this point in a among the top shortstops. Who might be a guy that they would grab. No just off the top. My head's i. I kind of wonder about carlos correa to some degree is. Aj hinch knows them. And you know carlos is going to be out there and if you were the tigers he wanted to plant the flag that yes. You're moving forward that would be one way to do it. And i don't think carlos is to get like three hundred million dollar deal. I think he's gonna get a really good contract but not three hundred million dollars i suspect. Aj is gonna be in the back. Room saying yeah. You're the reasons why. Carlos for what makes sense for us. I like it. It's go to andrew campbell at real cam true injury rates and hey buster between these two division leaders. Which team do you think could come. October regret the ability to acquire a starting pitcher at the deadline. The raise or the mets the mets. From what i understand. The mets were working aggressively on some bigger deals and then when they got news on degrom which was in the last twenty five dollars for the deadline. Econo- pulled back. Like i think they made a decision based on the potential pluses and minuses. Like our team without rahm is not as dangerous. Windy graham and so. We're not going to be as ambitious in deal making. They did go and get hobby by as but they were not as aggressive as what they were talking about and last tweets for today john. Gillespie at johnny geo five. John writes in. Could crawford or posey's sneak in win the mvp and the nfl. Their offense has been great but their defense and what they mean to. The team has been priceless. Yeah look i think the nationally. mvp is completely wide. Open one guy that i think might have an is trey turner. Paul katie's guy. I knew we talked about. Because statistically he's authored tremendous star and now he's going to get this platform on which to play for the dodgers. If the dodgers rundown the giants and the nationally west i would not be surprised. Trae turner do the mvp. All right that doesn't for bleacher tweets hashtag bleacher tweets on.
Study: Rates of Anxiety and Depression Among College Students Continue to Soar
"Story out of lebanon new hampshire which includes the dartmouth college very high end college. That did a study on some of their own students that found that two hundred and seventeen students were tracked when they entered the school as freshmen in two thousand seventeen in the hopes of understanding how they behave students stress levels rise and fall usually in tandem with midterm and final exams but since the onset of the pandemic quote unquote rates of depression and anxiety have soared and show no signs of coming down. Said andrew campbell researcher and computer science professor. The research points to how the public health crisis they say is affecting young people and raises questions about what will be done to support them a group that struggled disproportionately with mental health issues for years before the pandemic set in the question is how long will they stay like. This said the researcher. The findings also added a growing body of research that or to a growing body of research that indicate the effects of the corona virus have extended beyond physical health and safety particularly as people deal with social isolation grief unemployment and uncertainty about the future.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Dangerous right now will underscore that several times in the course of the morning. This is mobile news tracker Out east heading east on I 70 near the Hancock Marion County line. On lane. That's not so snow covered right now In Don has tweeted about several crashes since the snow started falling a few hours ago, though we'll stay on top of this view and others nobles villas sharing. It's no plan. Facebook Post there says it plows will likely stay on primary streets to make sure emergency crews can get through now. And as wind blows drifts over them again, and nobles but warns plows won't hit neighborhood streets much if at all. If you need snow removal items, you might be out of luck now. Shovels, snowblowers and salt flew off the shelves this weekend is a slogan. Gay talked to a couple getting ready for this winter blast. Sullivan Hardware in Garden was for appearing for spring before Mother Nature decided to give us a last minute taste of winter. Now customers here shopping for last minute supplies like ice melts in scrapers, Andrew Campbell and his wife, Laura, but a big bag of charcoal and have stocked up a meet, told them over, just in case they get stuck in Whorehouse. Campbell says his family's actually looking forward to the snow there, hoping to make the best of the situation can be cold in my eyes will be snow or reminds will be a something to do outside, so we're looking forward to it. Cilman says they are key with supplies pretty thin, so you have to get it while they have it in ending that listen looking gay was she believes she we dot com and follow us on Facebook. People with heart problems should take extra precautions during this cold weather and the snow heart attacks are more common. During the winter months. We talked with Dr Sandeep Dubay. He's a cardiologist's community health, Dr Dubay says Cold temperatures can cause vessels to shrink, which can raise blood pressure. He advises people with heart issues to avoid shoveling altogether or find ways to at least lightened the work load. Make sure you warm up in or do some stretching. Um, And if you have to do any activity outside, break it out in tow, shorter intervals rather than doing a big a stretch, you know, do 10 15 minutes and take frequent breaks. Doctor Do. They also suggest that people avoid drinking alcohol after spending time outside in the cold? If you must drive her work outside today, stay up to date on conditions with wish TV weather app. It has current conditions, hour by hour forecast live interactive radar. Worth noting. There's traffic conditions on there is well free. Always free and available through your app store. 5 36 10 degrees. The next step what lawmakers on Capitol Hill are calling for following the acquittal of President Trump in his second impeachment trial. This is wish TV also on 93 W IBC Global News and Indiana's.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Taken falls on ski slopes going like 30 Miles an hour as I'm falling. I'm like, Oh, no. You know you going 84. You're trying to win. What's going through your mind when you've taken a fall in a high speed, You see defense coming, and I always think I got this. I got this. I got this and then I don't got it. And I'm literally doing the splits and, you know, tangled in a sense, like a fish. But, yeah, you just try to go limp because the more you tense up, the more likely it is. You're gonna pull something and break something, but it's not fun. I can tell you this really not fun. I always have the analogy that skiing is like you know, when you're going fast down the highway, you know, stick your head out the window. That's kind of how it feels when you're skiing. But then if you crash it's just like you're driving on the highway. When you jump out of the car, my God, and then you slide for, like, half a month, But you just gotta go. Gumby. You gotta be like pee wee Herman. You got addicted to video. Didn't your dad try to push you to do other sports? I mean, I tried a lot of other sports that I have to say it was absolutely terrible at all of them. I played soccer and I my only goal was against my own team. Um, e tried a figure something and I like the outfits a lot. But my dad pulled me out of that after about a month tennis, huge failure. Um, gymnastics. I was too told since I was like, nine years old, So he was definitely very had some talent. That's what Because in a way, it's like you failed your way to a gold medal. You failed at everything else. And you're like I'm just gonna kill. It s KGB's exactly. Let me see tonight. I'm just gonna say Lindsay and I basically have the exact same trajectory with sports, except for I never got to the part where I was a gold medalist. I stocked it one after another after another, and then also scared Now, Lizzie, your your new show on Amazon the pack. OK, so I watched. I just got a dog. It is my first time getting a dog and I just got so we got a golden doodle. Her name is Yasu and she's adorable. That's now you got Lucy Lucy's adorable as well. So first of all, the question is, Is this a show you wanted to do? You were just looking out for me. Used to hang out with Lucy. I mean, it was kind of a great excuse to hang out with Lucy. But I was looking for kind of the next career move after skiing, and I was like I get to travel the world with my dog and 12. Other dogs. I was like that to me is the best case scenario. So how's it been filming with dogs? Is there any trouble on set behind the scenes dogs were the best part show. I mean, who doesn't wanna watch a Labradoodle running in slow motion with like Rainbow highlight? Well, Lindsey Vonn. We've asked you here today to play a game. We're calling. Go bomb Go! You're used to hearing people yell Vongo. What do you know about Van Gogh, Azzan, Vincent Van Gogh. Answer two out of three questions correctly about the Dutch painter and you'll win a prize for one of our listeners the voice of their choice on their voicemail bill, who is Lindsey Vonn playing for Andrew Campbell of Richmond, Virginia..
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!
"Like scrambled eggs and Bacon. Absolutely that's right. Tell us. I and my hero for you you are my hero see I make sure this crazy wherever I go and I have I haven't mentioned it in a long time. So I'm glad we're bringing it up now but I have tried to instruct my audiences on radio on television online at public appearances in my writing. A menu is a suggestion if you if you look on the menu and you've just come off I, give you example we had just come off a week on a very fancy art ship. And had pretty much eaten ourselves under the table and the ship docked at eight o'clock at night, and we walked across the street in Puerto Rico in San Juan. We walks across the street from the port and checked into the hotel right there, and there was an Italian restaurant that was part of the hotel and the only restaurant and I could not a ten o'clock at night after eight days on this show nine days on this ship. SIT DOWN TO PASTA and veal Parmesan Spaghetti or something. So I looked at the waiter and I said. Could you go in the kitchen i. see you have Spaghetti Carbonara he said, yes. I said that means you have eggs and it means you have bacon he said, yes those are part of the ingredients I said would you go in the kitchen tell the chef there's a lunatic woman in the dining room. And all she wants scrambled eggs and Bacon. So. You blame it on me so he doesn't Yell at you. But. He said, I wouldn't know how charge you I said what's the most expensive thing on your menu? And I think he said steak pc solo or something like that. I said fine. You charge me for that but I want scrambled eggs and Bacon. And some and some Italian bread and butter and I'll be fine and I have to tell you I told this story to chef named Andrew Campbell who's now in back in in the in the UK But I met him, he was the executive chef at the West End. Zone Westerner the W I think it was the western Tokyo and when I told him the story artist God got tears in his eyes and said to me, Stephanie, that's what hospitality is. That's what it is. So you know it's wonderful that you know the that the hotel, the restaurant or the people that work in the kitchen or not imposing. What what they want you to eat on you. It's phenomenal. Barely a minute can you tell us what the other? Thing, you found in your travels that you incorporated into. Either you're Clement in Palo Alto or any of your other properties. Sure. Sure. a couple, a number of years ago my my wife and daughter were down in La for a dance performance and they were huddled at the bel-air hotel was January with the other dancers and the Belair had heated toilets and so all of the MOMS were rotating through the bathroom to sit on the heated toilet. That you're. My watching back at you believe this. So we toto heeded toilets in all of our bathrooms at the clements hotel. I. WanNa. Thank you for joining us this hour flying i..
"andrew campbell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You coming up next do you wear technology the wearable technology think like you know you're I will your apple I watch or if you've got a Fitbit anything along those lines what companies are starting to use wearable tech to monitor their employees what could possibly go wrong with all of this right we're gonna dive into that after sharing middle man gets up to speed with all the headlines G. A. R. news flash at nine fourteen I'm sure middle men with three things you need to know right now a deadly accident late last night in downtown Phoenix leaves one eight PS worker dead and another injured after an explosion and fire in an underground electrical fault traffic is seriously curtailed in downtown Phoenix with multiple street closures and power outages those road closures First Avenue from and wrote to Washington Washington from central to first all closed Monroe Adams Jefferson and Washington streets are all affected in addition a number of downtown office buildings are closed because of the power outages including the courthouse president trump made history over the weekend he became the first US president to step into North Korea then he and the north's leader Kim Jong moon met for about an hour they say they've agreed to renew stalled nuclear talks you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories and Arizona's news station KTAR news Bruce AJ and Pamela Hughes it seems like everybody wears them now a days I've had either a Fitbit or an apple watch for probably the last five to six years I like having that kind of data points that I can reference and Jack and it kind of keeps me it keeps me in check tough yeah I occasionally will look at the help option on my iPhone to see her because I live in an apartment complex where there are no elevators the only way to get up to the third floor where my apartment is is to climb stairs so every once in awhile look at that thing and then okay all four of my walk today yeah I don't I don't always have my phone on me because I was in my purse right might Wesker something so guys a little different than girls when you usually have in your back pocket or something well wearable technology it has become so commonplace nowadays and it is becoming more and more intelligent with the help of a hi there is now this technology that is being developed that would allow you to kind of monitor your physical and emotional signals through your wearable tack so in essence it could take a look at your sleep it could take a look at your body when it when you're stressed and swat levels the chemicals that are being admitted and then your heart rate and all these different entities that they can kind of put together to to help you understand where you most productive and what are you least productive we all know that like we have bad weeks right have a bad day you might even have a bad week this will help you to determine what is contributing to that bad week so it sounds good for like somebody like me who likes to know these data points right but what if what if this technology were something that your employer required you to subscribe to I I guess I wouldn't have a problem with that because again I'm one of those believers in if you don't have anything to hide you know anything to worry about all you all you my friend and I are very very different because it's not about hiding it's like it's about how your yeah right but it but it's yeah it's there is the it's none of your business aspect but again this isn't just when you're at work from nine to five and first off who's at work from nine to five as well okay there's where I say known you don't have access to me after hours so this was all developed by a guy named Andrew Campbell and he is a professor of computer science at Dartmouth College the idea came to him after he went to Google and he was surprised that a tech company like Google one of the world's premier technology companies was still relying on traditional performance reviews how many people listening right now have had a traditional performance review the very subjective the person who's writing.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"That that came up. Also, they have the flag championships. Las Vegas area you fly football team. They actually one this was over in Orlando nine to ten year old co Ed youth. Fly football team wanted to age division a national title this past weekend in Orlando. And of course, they use the raiders nickname the apex raiders from Henderson, Nevada. Which is where my home is the players nine and ten year old players Andrew Campbell Justine Collin or could be colon. Vincent hails. Andrew richmond. Michael simms. Corey Villarreal and jet Washington coaches, Omar Smith, Nathan Richmond. Congratulations outstanding stuff love to see that as the raiders they're here. They're almost here. Apex raiders? But of course, they are hailing from Henderson. You're going to see a lot more of these us football leagues, you know, teams from around here. They're going to be grabbing that nickname is the raiders will be here next year. Boy, it's going to go fast, and I'll get Rob's take on you know, some of the things raiders should look to do their four picks in the top thirty four and then you've got a ton of cap money. And of course, that free agency stuff starts up in March. So that starts before the actual draft, but Gruden and maniac. Trust me by the time. This team gets here and that draft in two thousand twenty s here in our backyard and Vegas that team is going to be very reputable as they make Las Vegas their new home. The rate is coming to Vegas so of robbery she trades in that Saint Louis Rams jersey, which of course, it's just a ram searching acts moved LA, but we'll see if he.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Timeout to scoop, all those hats up Cain, the lone helper on the hat trick four Jonathan tapes. And then as Phoenix Copley was pulled from the net by Washington Dylan, strong, put the icing on the cake. Fire it down the right in behind the hawk net. It up the far side cane wax it free now Dylan breakaway with an empty net. He. Stroman that. Five in favor of the hawks one forty nine left in the third and for Strom his eleventh of the season his eighth with the Blackhawks so far, and yes, they did give Alex debrincat and Patrick Kane assists on that empty net goal. Eight to five would be your final and for the contest the Blackhawks wound up being outshot by the capital's thirty nine to twenty eight and a couple of other statistics in the face off dot the Blackhawks wound up winning fifty three percent against the team. The worst team in the league in the face off circle. Had a rough first period, but rallied to take control of that particular category. Time now for our save of the game Hiller fights his way free federal slot. Wilson shoots by the butterfly position. Putting? How about point shot from Todd little? The game had his back turned Wilson. Shot on the puck is all the way down a standing ovation for Cowan off. It's been awhile since we saw standing ovation for a Blackhawks goalie making a save here in the house that was definitely highlight worthy. Again. He had a rough start in terms of a couple of the other goals that he gave up I mentioned, you know, no doubt, he'll be working on some things at practice. Tomorrow. Leads us into our goalie matchup Delia stopping thirty four of the thirty nine shots. He faced we mentioned Brady. Hope he pulled after four goals on eleven shots. Phoenix Copley ended up with three goals against in seventeen shots faced our three-star selection is sponsored by Bud Light rays one for hockey. The number three star of the game was John Carlson with his pair of goals for the Washington Capitals. The number two star of the game was Patrick Kane. Is he had a pair of goals and three assists a five point game? Also with a five point game. The number one star the captain with the hat trick along with two helpers. Those are your three stars. The game before we break a quick look at the Blackhawks top minor league team with the Rockford files. Sponsored by Finnity xfinity delivers the fastest internet with the best in home wifi experience. Call click or visit xfinity store today. And after the ice hogs lost Friday at home to Grand Rapids by a score of three to one. They bounce back last night at AllState arena. They had a seven game road winless streak snapped with a three two overtime victory. Over the wolves Graham not had the game winning goal after delivering a helper. Earlier in the game. The other goals are by Victor h slow and Andrew Campbell. Anton Forsberg stopped thirty six of thirty eight shots. He faced against the wolves time for another break. Looking for some more post game reaction before wrap things up here at the top of the hour..
"andrew campbell" Discussed on WGN Radio
"About joining this organization. This franchise. Chicago blackhawks. It's one of the best organizations in the league. It's been around for a long time and. Are they have a history of winning here? Or that awesome. Although on your chest. I was where that at North Dakota. And it kind of brings me back to those roots and. Know, it's it's just a it's a great organization. They give us their plays very well near the traditional winning here. So it's definitely special organization. Happy to be part of it. And that reference to schmaltz and Luke Johnson was the fact that he was a teammate of those two on the North Dakota 2016 NCWA championship team for which could ULA was named the most outstanding player of the frozen four. As a matter of fact, he was on the CBS line could ULA brought Besser Nick schmaltz that was the top line. Four North Dakota in route to that 2016 national championship could you tonight and his Blackhawks debut, eleven minutes nine seconds on the sheet. He had two shots on goal. Three hits. Also had. Eight face offs in all he won only two of those face offs, which here, Jeremy Carlton, very pleased with his Blackhawks debut, and he thinks he could handle some Senator responsibilities for the Blackhawks down the road with a little improvement. Obviously the other part of that with the move yesterday that could you Lezak today was that Dylan's occur and address Martensson were each sent down to Rockford. Let's now take a look at the Blackhawks top minor league team with the Rockford files. Sponsored by xfinity xfinity delivers the fastest internet with the best in home wifi experience. Call click or visit and experience store today and Sukur and Martensson each played in today's ice hogs game against Iowa in Rockford. They each picked up an assist in a sixty two victory. The ice hogs finally getting some offense. They have the second fewest goals in the AHL right now. But all felt a little bit better. They have phoned his six in that central division. But they beat the first place team in the Iowa wild today. So the ice hogs now sixteen fifteen three and four. Before the season the big star that game as the ice. Hawks scored three in the second and three in the third was Jacob Nielsen who was recently sat down from the big club ear after getting a couple of games with the hawks. He scored a hattrick is eighth ninth and tenth goals of the season. The other goal scores were a Luke Johnson as well as Anthony Lewis who added to assist Andrew Campbell had the other marker for the I saw Jordan Schrader added to assist so the ice hawks a six two victory over Iowa. When we come back on the Blackhawks post game show, you know, the hawks already had beaten, Pittsburgh, five to three. What about the rest of the NHL? We'll take a spin through next on seven twenty WGN. Remember,.