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"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Up in the neighborhood and he'd put them in a pillowcase and drive them up to a reserve and let them go. You know, where most people shot them. So this was our family. And we had abandoned squirrels that were babies in our attic. And so instead of having the exterminator come out, he fed them with an eyedropper. And we grew up with had squirrels. They were amazing. They were it was Roadrunner. And I think we had Speedy Gonzalez was the other one. So I would have been just fine with the situation. And it was so funny because, again, we looked up and I was not in the camera well at this time. And shout out to the cameramen, by the way, for having the eye to find a squirrel on a wall during a game at Yankee Stadium where there's not like it's a million other things going on. I thought it was hilarious. I did, however, keep checking which inning the squirrel actually did appear because I wanted to make sure this wasn't a rally squirrel. Because if that's the case, we've got to move them to Central Park. That's just not going to be acceptable for the Baltimore fan base here to keep a rally squirrel in. But I love the reactions. I thought they were hilarious. I'm appreciative that they let him jump off the wall at his own graceful choosing. But man, that's why you love baseball, right? It's the little stuff that doesn't even have anything to do with the game that just makes it great. All right. Today's podcast, one of my favorite ones here, because I got to hear Doug Landville tell stories about his mom and you tell stories about your pets as a kid. That's awesome. All right, Melanie, thank you for doing this. Thanks, Buster. Good to see you. Bleacher already tweets Buster Bleacher tweets for a Wednesday. Andrew Campbell at Real Camp Drew writes and Buster tonight's Yankees Orioles game definitely had a playoff match of vibe. First time I can say that about New York and Baltimore, you know, since the Manny Machado days. Are these two AL East foes destined for an epic October series and is Taylor still cursing Aaron Judge's name? I would say no. And then, yes. What about you? Wow. Aaron Judge is like a super nice guy. How can he curse his name? Come on. I know. I know he is a nice guy and that makes him hard to hate. But, you know, when he's ripping home runs and tying the game up late, it's that'll that'll do it for me. He's on my list. That would be a fun series like the Yankees in the Orioles in October, like a division series of best of five. Yeah, that that would be awesome. I would I'd be asking to cover that one. Oh, yeah. Stewie 1969 writes in. In your opinion, does hitting a dinger a Grand Slammy at that off a position player up by 10 in the ninth break the unwritten rules? Those are a thing anymore. And he attached a clip of the grad, the Vlad Grand Slam that we played earlier off Luke Rayleigh. No, first off, like, you know, I mean, you're standing in the box. You don't want to give away a plate of parents in the previous plate of parents. Vlad had struck out against Luke Rayleigh and everyone had a good laugh about it. And this was like his revenge moment, right, that he actually had a grand slam. But on top of that, if you're a major league hitter, what are you supposed to do? Like the way teams build their pitching staffs these days. It used to be that position players, maybe the course of the summer, you'd see a very small handful, like less than a dozen across the entire sport. And now you see position players pitch all the time to the degree that they had to make rules against it. So, no, I have added. Yeah, he's not going to pass up any any sort of stat padding. He can get in there. Reggie at baseball. Yota Weather writes in Buster an idea for the podcast done in airports and hotels, maybe have a lanyard that holds a badge that says, I'm not talking to myself. I'm recording a baseball podcast, speaking with guests for the show. Maybe you do need a sign or I was thinking actually you have a sign that says I'm recording ESPN's baseball tonight podcast as marketing for the show. What do you think? Well, first off, would that be the ultimate look at me moment? Yes. You know, I'm sitting near Gates C8 in the Minneapolis airport and put a big sign around my neck like quiet, everybody. I'm taping a podcast. Talk about obnoxious. No chance. I knew you'd hate that idea. The sports knob. He writes in. What do you think the Orioles City Connect uniforms, Taylor? I thought they were kind of boring. I like the hats, the uniforms or whatever. I feel like to get mad about it is overdone right now. What do you think? I thought June Lee, you know, I mean, he's a lot more stylish than I am. He mentioned I think it was June who said that maybe that little stripe that they have on the arm, that maybe if that was over the center of the jersey, rather than in the style of that over the center of the jersey, then where they have it is sort of like an armband. What did you think about that? Yeah, I did like that little piece of flair. But again, it's just like a little strip on the sleeves. And then they highlight that it's like inside the jersey, like that matters, like anyone would care about what's what you can't see on the jersey. So I agree. A little more pizzazz would have been nice to see. But that's OK. The hats are cool. Christopher Bishop writes in. Hey, Buster, after a terrible, terrible month is David Ross on the hot seat. If not now, when? Look, I mean, he's not going to be during the year for sure. He's he's their guy. Right. And I think internally, the Cubs knew that they weren't going to be serious contenders this year. I think they did feel like they were going to make progress. I don't know how you judge, you know, David Ross fairly under the circumstances because the team basically tanked for a couple of years. They took their payroll down much in the same way that you couldn't have judged Brandon Hyde on the first years he was managing the Orioles. Yep. That's a that's a great comparison. Yeah. You're going to have to be a little more patient there, Cubs fans. Corey Rueckert. Lots of Orioles talk today. I love it. Lots of Orioles talk. Let's go. So Corey writes in with the Orioles playing good ball. Should we repent for the things we said about the owner in front of us? And are the Reds going to be the twenty twenty four Orioles? Let's tackle that first question, Buster, because I don't think we need to repent for anything we've said about John Angelos. Maybe a little bit of Mike Elias and definitely I need to issue a personal apology to Adam Frazier, who's been awesome. And I was, you know, just dismissing him before the season. So my apologies, Adam Frazier. I'll just say it again, like the whole tanking thing. I mean, I'm never going to be in support of that. Yeah, the Reds did the same thing. And by the way, you can say these two, these two statements are not in Congress. You can say that tanking is terrible for the sport. You know, I've talked so much about it through the years. It's an awful look for the sport and under the current rules, unless the owners address it. You know what? You can't say that is not a sound strategy. Like you're an owner of a team and you want to make a lot of money owning the baseball team. And maybe you want to get access to the top picks in the draft. Yeah, it makes sense, which is why we've been clamoring, Taylor, for sticking the other owners to step in and fix the problem. Yeah, I mean, like I understand the end game and, you know, clearly with the Orioles, like it's it's trending in a positive direction. But, you know, I'm going to my first game tonight in four years and part of it is I live far away.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Buster bleacher tweets, for a Mundy, first up real camp drew Andrew Campbell, he writes, hey buster, is Anthony Rizzo the best player in baseball right now that no one's talking about. He's currently top ten and run scored OPS OPS plus and also top 20 in wins above replacement. Yeah, drew, I'll take your word for it. I gotta say like on Monday morning sometimes I feel like I'm still catching up, but I think your theory is dead on because you think about the Yankees and all the injuries they suffered. Rizzo has been one of the consistent guys in their lineup and they're hanging in there. You know, despite all these injuries and American League east Taylor just crazy how much depth there is. Oh my God, it's an absolute bonanza and I met I'm at a reds fan or a tigers fan this weekend. I was like, oh, you guys aren't out of it. That AL central, pretty soft, to wish I was there right now. Yeah, what was the division I said last week, I remember saying, oh, no, I did a radio interview in Kansas City. I mentioned that I was like, you know what? I know the royals have been royals have been really, really, really bad so far this year, but they're closer than, you know, to first place in the Yankees are. You get a three game winning streak in American League central. It's sort of thing that the American League means nothing. Nothing. I mean, no tears over here for the Red Sox or the Yankees, but Red Sox gets swept by a cardinal scene that looked like they were really struggling. Last place. And then the Yankees, I mean, they were fighting hard against the rays this weekend and just couldn't get it done well against the Tampa baseball machine, but well on Sunday, I would say I thought, you know, we're the Yankees are with their injuries and stuff like that. It was important for weekend to sort of hold their ground against Tampa Bay. Absolutely. Spent at Texas baseball fan rights, and it was a nice gesture for Major League Baseball to make all games free for moms this weekend. It would have been nicer if they'd removed the blackout restrictions since I'm guessing. Most of them would prefer to watch the local team rather than a random other game. I love a chance to rip the blackout rules buster. Well, and I think they're antiquated and I think Major League Baseball feels like they're antiquated and I think they're going to attack them at some point. You know, we're seeing all these bankruptcies. I'm not going to go too deep into it, but all the regional sports networks. I think at some point you're going to see Major League Baseball control most of the broadcasting rights and that's when they'll be in a position to eliminate the blackout restrictions. Our pal Andrew salvo at de Salvation rates in. I liked your three straight hundred loss seasons and your ownership is under review concept from Friday show. Do you know of any proposals the players have ever put forth in negotiations to curb tanking and if so, did they get any traction? So the owners have put forth proposals talking about salary cap and the players are saying that they don't want to do that. And I think they actually the player should explore it to see if it makes sense financially. I think just to uniformly say no, I don't think it's good business on their side. But I'd say this, the owners can solve the tanking issue any time they want by holding each other to account. It's a shared business. And if the owners would band together, just as they do in bad behavior when some owner acts badly, if all the other owners said, sorry, you know what? You're not running your team in a way that's credible for the sport. We're going to kick out of the game. They don't need the player association to start that process. Any time now owners, last one for today. It seemed like a little bit of bad behavior on the part of the nationals and Major League Baseball Bruce Clark wrote a long, long thread to us. I'm just going to summarize it. He was really pissed about how the Nats and mets started their game on Saturday afternoon in The Rain. They continued playing as The Rain got heavier. It soaked the infield, then they waited four hours to decide that the game would be suspended until Sunday, and that would be the, they play the end of that game on the front end of Sunday's game, which was kind of a weird bit that they did. And all of this was done without one word of communication with Major League Baseball. And from the Nats and badrig baseball, including anyone in the stands, the mets, the guys on the mets broadcast were really pissed about it too. Just kind of a wacky scenario there, buster, what do you think about all that? I think we could have saved that for Friday's rant, you know? Okay. We continued up again. I feel like the nationals, I mean, this is anecdotal, but I feel like the nationals do a lot of this kind of weight and around for The Rain delays. I only know that because I have an eye on that. And I heard the same thing. But people look at the way the nationals handle the game time starting. What time they start like games at like four 30, which allows them to say it's an afternoon game, but they can skirt union rules about getting teams out of town, stuff like that. The nationals are kind of looked at a team that tries to thread the needle a little bit too much. Pretty shady. I have something good for Friday buster. If you follow on Twitter, you might get a little taste of it. Me and buster mixing it up, but we'll save it for Friday. Well, I think I know which way you're going, and I appreciate that. All right, well, hashtag bleacher tweets, if you want to find those, those tweets were referencing, and you can also send in more questions. We will be back on Wednesday. That's it for today, my thanks to Sarah Tim, Sarah Taylor, have a great day, everybody. Thanks for listening. Stay safe. And remember, hate and inequality based on skin color, something we need to fight against every single day.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"To stand out more. All right, thanks for doing this. And we'll talk to you next week. All right, guys. Thanks. Bleacher tweets, already buster bleacher tweets for a Wednesday, Brad barber had B rad Barbara writes in is Justin Steele and ace. Yes, he is. Look, he's got a high, he actually reminds me of roberval Valdez at the Astros. This is someone with a high rate of ground balls and he strikes out some hitters as well. He currently leads the national league with a one one 90 RA, just two homers allowed in 30 innings and look, I know it's a small sample size, but I also remember David Ross, the first time I ever talked to him about Justin Steele, how he was fired up about the great stuff that he brings to the table. And by the way, it's the perfect team for him, having dansby Swanson, dansby Swanson, Nico Horner, behind him on defense. The cubs currently tied for 6 out of 30 teams in defensive run saves. They are excellent with the glove. Love that. Andrew desalvo writes in most teams are around 25 games into the season to GM scouts and analysts still consider this too early to say players have definitively improved or declined or is this enough of a sample size. I'm looking at you, Jared kell Nick. Yeah, it really depends on the player, right? I mean, if they see trends in a particular player, like you say kikuchi, early in spring training, you were hearing that he looked really good that he had changed the way he was using his fastball, you know, the Blue Jays folks talked about how he worked like crazy during the course of the winter time. Stayed in the United States rather than travel back to Japan because he just wanted to go to work. And so he's off to a good start. And I think there are a lot of people who probably aren't surprised. Jared Kellen, because of his struggles in recent years, prompted him to make adjustments. He definitely turned it around. Earlier in the podcast, I lampooned Yankees fans for their panic here, but Andrew Campbell at real camp drew. He makes a compelling case here. He says buster, as of Tuesday morning, the $279 million Yankees as a team have less base hits than the Oakland athletics, the Washington Nationals and the Cincinnati reds. Those three teams all have payrolls under a 100 million and are at least 7 games under 500 panic time and Yankee land. It's way too early to panic. But there are concerns. And the loss of Giancarlo's stand is a big, big deal. And they really need Harrison Bader as he comes back from the injured list to have an impact right away. Like they can't wait around, especially because I think, you know, when Aaron hicks not really providing anything, you need they're kind of in a weird place. They've got guys like volpe, who are very promising, but he's a rookie, so you don't know what to count on. They need veterans to step up and Bader. Bader's return, it feels important for the reasons you just laid out drew. I really love the Yankees commitment to Aaron hicks. That's just incredible to me. PK Steinberg. And what's the difference between the a's and royals at this point? Same record as of right now. Is it that the royals appear to be trying, but just stink anyway? Yeah, I think it matters that they appear to be trying. As opposed to the ace. I do think it matters. Look, I'm not going to criticize a team if they make a bunch of moves and they spend a bunch of money trying to get better because at least they're trying to win. What the a's are doing is I've said many a time. You wish the other owners would hold their fellow owners who designed tanking teams to step it up. And to put pressure on them, it's embarrassing how bad liaison last one for today, Ryan silsby at silsby Ryan writes and speaking of Mookie betts and the Dodgers shortstop problems. What is the history of outfielders turning into shortstop's long-term seems like Trey Turner made the switch recently how rare would it be for Mookie to switch to shortstop for good? Not for a player that stature. It's unprecedented. That does it for bleacher tweets, hashtag bleacher tweets. While you're watching games, we will be back on Friday. That's it for today, my thanks to Jeff, Todd, Sarah and Taylor, have a great day, everybody. Thanks for listening. Stay safe and remember, hey, Danny quality based on skin color, something we need to fight against every single day. This podcast is brought to you by Progressive Insurance. Most of you listening
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"What the hell is up with the stupid hour by hour temperature graph? This isn't statistics class. Just give me the time and the projected temperature. That's it. This thing is useless. Right. All right, let's go to the tweet. All right, on to the tweets. The starting block at the starting block writes this was on Tuesday night. What will happen first? Jordan walker won't get a hit or the raise will lose a game, Jordan rock, walker zero for four last night. Yep, well, the raise answered that question for you starting block. All righty, Zach bison at Zach beast in 22, writes in buster. What are the twins doing that the guardians are not to lead the AL central? Well, they're pitching has been absurdly good early in the year. And we'll see if they continue that. I know when I was around the twins camp early on, it was confidence about how good the pitching would be, especially backed by what was an effort by the twins front office to make the defense better. Andrew Campbell at real camp three writes in talking home run celebrations. Do you all remember The Tonight Show in New York with our old pal, Ronald Torres and Aaron judge, instant classic, they had the shoebox camera and bat mic. It was a full production, but nothing beats the simple thumbs down Sally in 20 17. Love the thumbs up. Scott Fraser. That was Todd Frazier. That was great. Reggie at baseball Yoda weather writes in baseball, keeps saying it would want to expand to 32 teams. My question with so many teams wanting and why not 36, 36 is very doable. We went from 20 to 24 and 69. That's a 20% increase. That is what 30, two 36 is. He lays out a whole scheduling plan. I think it's just all about diluting the talent pool in the product. Yeah, now I think they got to go slower than that. I do think two are two is perfect. Corey Rupert's with the last one of the week, Corey writes in, adding Salt Lake City to Vegas, Portland, a national is expansion spots is perfect. The a's to Las Vegas, the race pick one of the other three, two expansion teams remaining in the other two, killing two birds with one stone with the a's and Tampa Bay needing new stadiums. Yes. West needs some more teams. It's thin out here. Seattle's travel miles are outrageous. I think the rays jump to Nashville and Portland and Salt Lake City get expansion teams. What do you think about all this? If I had to guess today, I think the razor sold to another owner in the Tampa Bay Area, maybe with in Tampa, then that's where they land. I don't know where the athletics are going to land. I always say that you're not going to believe anything about the athletics getting a new ballpark still actually a ribbon cutting and a groundbreaking ceremony. I do think that they do need another team out west, Salt Lake is really interesting. We've talked about Portland. I think it's a done deal that Nashville will get one of the two expansion teams. Would you make me happy is someone who lives for a lot of years. Big music sit at music city buster, Montana buster, Vermont buster music. You got a lot of monikers. You think kimbo has a lot of monikers, buster, take a look in the mirror, man. All right, that's it for bleacher tweets. Thanks, everyone. And that's it for today. That's it for this week's my thanks to Ravi hambo Sara and Taylor. Have a great day everybody. Thanks for listening. Stay safe and remember, hating inequality based on skin color is something we need to fight against every single day. How would you love a chance to save some money on car insurance? Geico can help. Switch today and see all the ways you could save
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Buster bleacher tweets for a Mundy Amy Chapman at Amy R Chapman writes in. How about an overreaction Monday edition, my husband is concerned that hinge, AJ Hinch may leave the tigers because they are terrible and that he might go to a better team any managers on the hot seat less than a week into the season. No, it's not like the year when George Steinbrenner fired yogi bear, I think 6 games into the year. I don't think anybody's on that hot seat, but I must say, seeing the Tiger scores pop up over the weekend, the same thought occurred to me like how long will AJ Hinch be willing to stay there. And I can't remember, I think he my guess is he probably got a 5 year contract four or 5 years and boy, they've got a long way to go. Jaw Tai Joe at jata Jo 87 writes in which overreaction from the opening weekend is closer to reality, the rays having the best pitching in baseball or the tigers having the worst offense in baseball. Okay, here's your best overreaction. I talked to Tim about the rangers. Like I'm kind of all in on the rangers. I don't have to be around that team. I love them. And I don't know if they're going to make the playoffs, but I think they're going to be a lot better for than anybody expected for team to one 68 games last year. Those uniforms were looking fresh last night too. Mike warden at warden Mike writes in is the ghost fork a splitter. Yes. All this whole thing, you know, we were talking the other day about the sweeper and you're like, come on. I mean, if you get an incremental shift in movement, all of a sudden, it's like this whole new pitch. I mean, can you imagine? It's funny, well, anyway, whatever. You're gonna get me on a tangent here. Steven schulman at pro Bono dude writes, and okay, let's move on from the 80s. I mean 70s baseball. Is there a worse trend in 2023 than fans? I'm watching Seattle right now. Chanting the pitch clock countdown, I do love the new pace, but this chanting is worse than the wave. Oh, that's a hot take. The wave stinks. You know what's worse? Is when home fans booed the number every time someone threw to first base when the visiting pitcher gave a half hearted pick off attempt. And so I'm fine. I'd rather have the pitch claw countdown. They would the booing of a toss to first base, which doesn't happen anymore. Andrew Campbell at real camp drew writes, and hey buster, I know these men have a very tough job, but I have personally watched about a dozen games so far to start the season and it just seems like home plate umpires have the biggest strike zones ever. Unilaterally unilaterally across the league could this potentially be intentional like trying to force more swings from batters and more actions to go along with the new rules. I'm going to have to watch more before I form an opinion on that. You know, I would say that I generally, as one I saw your question drove my thought was, you know what? He might be on to something. Not that the umpires would have this collective conversation. But the idea that early in the season, I've seen some wide strike zones. PK Steinberg writes in, it would figure and second game of the year that a team needed to use a new rules under the new rules they position player in the blowout, right? And that would be Josh Harrison, who I spoke to yesterday about that. This Phillies infielder rob Thompson told us before the game last night that he walked up to Josh and said, hey, have you pitched before? And Josh was like, yeah, I've done that before. And rob told us, I don't know if he was, you know, if that's actually the case, but when he said, yes, I was like, yeah, nope, fine. So I asked Josh about it last night. I said, hey, you got to pitch. And then it occurred to me. He's pitched like four other times in the big leagues. And he's got like a whole, you know, like a pitching page now, because he's been pitching so much. Wow, a real resume under his belt. Last one for today. Brett Davis at treehouse, right? And hey, buster, I've really been enjoying Taylor's passionate rants about the Orioles. Thanks, Brett. Maybe a new segment should be added called the revved up. What do you guys think? Buster, I thought you should know that. Restate has called me a vitriolic Orioles fan last night when we did the college game day podcast. Okay, we didn't really touch on the Orioles. No. When we talked with Tim, so I'm going to give you an opportunity to give us a review of what you saw over the weekend 20 7 runs. Is that right? Yeah. In three games. The offense looks great, but we knew the pitching could be a problem. We knew left field could be a problem, and they didn't really do anything to address those positions. So I think everything is somewhere in the middle of the offense isn't quite that good. The defense and the pitching not quite that bad. But Ryan McKenna, really, man. Dropping the ball. I mean, I don't really think he's all that great anyway. I'm kind of confused why he's still around and they're not bringing up some of the younger guys behind him, but oh well, oh well. I mean, you get what you pay for, right? Yep. I mean, they had tons of opportunities. And I heard names mentioned no over the weekend, Ross, stripling would have been a perfect guy for that team. You know, Sean mine, I would have been a perfect guy for that team. Oh, by the way, not super expensive, like ten, $12 million a year for a team that is spending nothing, it's really awful. Shawn and I would have been awesome. Yeah, that's part of the reason for depth is not only if someone goes down for an injury, but it's also to have safety nets built in. You know, they've got all these young pitchers that are trying to develop and they're promising and, you know, they'll come forward and he hopes so, but you know what? It's good to have a veteran guy a couple of veteran guys help stabilize the rotation. We'll save it for another minute. Yeah, it's so interesting too. You talk to folks with other teams. They say privately, the same things we've been saying. We're all over at buster. All right, hashtag bleacher tweets on Twitter. We will be back on what's the schedule this week? It's early. What are we doing? I think we're going to do Wednesday or Wednesday, Friday. Okay. We'll be back on Wednesday. Good, yeah. Sounds great, buster. All right, that's it for today. Taylor's special thanks to you for putting it together this rundown, why my computer? I think by the end of the day, I'll have a new computer. I hope anyway. And also thanks to Tim to Sarah to Sarah, have a great day, everybody. Thanks for listening. Stay safe.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"For a Friday first up we have Josh Smith at chivalry undead. Josh writes in a good amount and I have to say to Josh, it's okay to send a question in multiple tweets. If there's like 5 of tweets, I'm probably not going to read them, but two or three sure. So Josh's question was a little jumbled there, but he's been following our conversation on John angelos, and he says that we said angelos actions have kept the All-Star Game from Baltimore. I don't think that we actually said that, but either way, he's asking it, for examples of owners, presumably bad behavior, you know, affecting the team in a negative way. No, I said that Peter angelos actions kept the All-Star Game out of Baltimore. The last time it was there, 1992, and look, I didn't even make a case that Peter was right in a couple of instances. One, the whole issue with replacement players in the spring of 95, he was the one owner who wouldn't go along with that because they wanted to preserve Cal Ripken streak. So I thought Peter was in the right in that case, but he did anger some of the other owners because it kind of broke up their united front and then of course you have the whole mass in situation. You know, stemming from the fight that Major League Baseball had the discussion Major League Baseball had with the Orioles. And I've said before in the podcast, I thought Peter angelos was right in that situation. He extracted a high price for Major League Baseball to agree for the nationals to go into Washington and in my opinion is that MLB hasn't delivered on some of the promises they made to Peter. I completely agree. I mean, there's so many nationals fans that used to be Orioles fans, like they directly extracted from his fan base, so I don't blame him for that. I had so many conversations with Peter angelos about this situation when he said, you know, they want to move a team into Washington and it's going to crush us. And so Peter, knowing that, made this deal that was very one sided financially because he felt like he had to. And as I say, I think MLB is kind of gone back on some of that. Jeremiah Avis Rus writes and buster and Sarah langs, how much do the projections figure into your projections? Are they a starting point? No. You know, I'll look at a roster, look at the strengths and weaknesses, players who might get called up and then I'll come up with a number. But you know, I mean, an example that was, you know, we put Seattle at 90 wins, pagoda has a mid 81.7. So the coda didn't affect the thinking of either himbo or Sarah myself. Andrew Campbell at real camp drew writes and buster, I know the numbers, himbo rattled off the other day, our astronomical, but is it too too soon to start drawing comparisons from Jason Dominguez to Juan Soto both Dominican born outfielders scientist teenagers with a world of expectations on their shoulders. Drew, I am not ready to go there because I think that Soto is a unicorn in terms of his ability to command the strike zone. I think there are other great players. I think Jason Dominguez tweeted yesterday a video of his home run. I mean, it's hard to imagine he's 20 years old. He's so strong, physically. He's just a stacked, but I don't know if he's going to be the same type of player. There's only one Soto in terms of command of the strike zone at a young age. Maybe there are two. Ted Williams being another one. Elizabeth Hart at E Hart tweets writes in this week we saw a batter get called for a pitch clock violation, but the umpire wasn't even ready until 9 seconds left because he let the clock run while he was getting new balls, shouldn't the clock be paused when something like this is happening. I feel like this is something that's going to get ironed out. Yeah, absolutely. Elizabeth, look, you know, I'll go back to that conversation I had with Andy Fletcher in our exhibition game last Thursday. He came over and said to me, look, we're still learning. You know, we're still getting adjusted to this. I think that not only are the pitchers and hitters adjusting the rhythm of this. But so are the umpires and you're absolutely right. Major League Baseball's directions to the umpires is, look, it's your discretion if you feel like the pitch clock needs to be reset. And that might have been a situation that would have called for that. Last one for the week, Derek at Andre, making bliss, writes in a question for the entire crew with pitch clock violations counting as box, how long until the single season record for box is broken, does it happen by Memorial Day? I haven't looked up with the single season record for boxes, but I think you're assumption is safe. Already, that's it for bleacher tweets, send them on in over the weekend, hashtag bleacher tweets on Twitter and we'll be back on Monday. I'm presuming buster. Let's have a little show meeting right now. What's our schedule for next week? Yeah, I think Monday, I'm gonna be in Florida returning to Florida and I think we'll definitely do Wednesday and then I'm aiming for Friday, saint patty's day before I go out. Oh wow, green beer. That's your holiday buster, all right. Thanks everyone.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Buster bleacher tweets for Tuesday, Tim Richardson is first up he writes in. I fell in love with Major League Baseball in 2019 after the first London series since been to cubs raise and angels just love it, two questions, midseason trade. What do teams get back when they trade a good player way? And how does the salary cap work truly a new baseball fan please inform Tim? Yeah, so let's talk about a tiny is an example of this. If the angels trade him during the course of the year, then they're going to be aiming to get back some high end knowing where the angels are in their progression, high end major league ready players. You know, guys who are either on the cusp of the big leagues or in the first year in the big leagues and knowing the angels at this point because they've actually put together some pitching, they're going to be focused on position players going to have to get some of the offense. And the way the salary cap works is at the end of the year, they do that telling where the team might be at a certain projection for salary for the year. But if they traded away someone like ohtani, that comes off their books when it comes to their salary, it comes down to how much of each traded player salary, the clubs will take on what you'll see with some of the deals that happen in mid season. Is it some teams will pick up the salary of a player, either coming or going to affect the package of prospects. It's also involved in the deal. Next up, we have Andrew Campbell at real Kim drew. He writes in buster. Do you think it's tougher to be a rookie in 2023 than it was 20 or 30 years ago, there was some attention on first round picks back then, sure, but everyone has a scouting report and knows more about Anthony bolt volpi today than they ever knew about Jeter in 1995. Yeah, but I think there's a flip side of that too. Like the players now are so much more educated about the big leaguers than they've ever been when they get to the big leagues. They're exposed to it. They're more comfortable with it. There's not nearly the type of hazing stuff that you heard about when I first started covering the big leagues. I ain't players are more ready than ever when they get to the big leagues. And they're in better shape than they were. Much better shape than they were when they got to the big leagues. Our pal Reggie at baseball Yoda weather writes and buster, I used to be supportive of smaller markets and I think there are advantages big market teams have that should be offset, but the way $1 billion owners in Oakland and other markets act is beyond despicable. If the Padres can do it, they can too. I agree Reggie. What is going on with your dog in the background? She is, you know, the podcast taping has gone on too long for her liking. That's what she's voicing. So she's crying for you. She's longing for you. She's like, let's get out of this dumb room right here so I can run around and pee on the couch or something. See, that's the reality show that I would watch. Okay? You and your dog. Okay. Yes, I do think that small market owners need to take a hard look at themselves in a hard look at what they're saying, you know, I always refer to this during the pandemic, you know, when minor league season was shut down, the Oakland athletics cut their salaries initially from 500 to $400 a week, okay? I mean, think about that a billionaire owner cutting the salaries of his minor leaguers from 500 to $400 a week. And then basically after that, the a's were shamed into changing that decision. Despicable, indeed, Gabe at GP zero 6 one one 9 rights in the Cardinals have walker O'Neill, Carlson, new bar, yep, and Donovan, obviously don't have a place for all 6, even if Carlson and walker are off the table are the rest enough to make a splash in a big way. Would it be negligent not to address starting pitcher with their outfield depth? Yep, I do. And maybe during the course of the year, we'll hear about them involved in trade talks. Yeah, they have potentially a clear need and starting pitching and they're in a great situation with their position. Players can they can just simply say, hey, whoever's playing the best, those are the guys who are going to play, as I mentioned, I'm going to cardinals camp right after we get done the taping today. And I actually was going to dig into the question why the cardinals so good at developing young position players. Here's a two tweets here common sentiment we got when we asked for questions for Joe Martinez more rhetorical question, which we avoided with him, but Astor's fan UK writes, what is the thought process behind shortening an average Major League Baseball game from three to three and a half hours to two and a half to three. I've never met anyone who didn't like baseball, but said they would if it was 30 to 60 minutes shorter as our fan, this drive to shorten games makes little sense. Bunting with two strikes basically agrees and says you're alienating hardcore fans for an uninterested audience.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"I don't know that's a. That's a very good question because it certainly was clear. That jake aachen clause although we had him on a couple of weeks going. He was absolutely eloquent as a foreign. Who served in afghanistan. I believe it was in iraq. I'm not sure where he served. But one of the other talking about the pull out of afghanistan. He was very impressed. Criticizing or praising it. I'm just saying he was moderate of the candidate absolutely wasn't a saab. George is the more moderate here which is why a lot of people think that they will be a more moderate vote going to her. We have another candidate that we have another email rather who just said. She voted for andrew campbell as well. This is laura in west roxbury. She does her fourteen month old and she just went to the polls and they voted and the reason she voted for campbell. She said she got to know whether her through listening to our show Really liked her. And i think she likes who wealth think she's going to run away with it though and she wants her up against someone foreign also african american the stages. There was a person of color. And i think campbell with her backstory and experience would do a great job go vote. Bostonians says laura from west roxbury seven seven three zero one eight nine seven now. Let's go to worst..
"andrew campbell" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Tweets all buster bleacher tweets for a tuesday. I up andrew campbell. At real camp drew injure rates. And hey busters. Sometimes there's a narrative that this is a weaker generation of catchers but overall when you look at salvi and gary power busters bat and glove yachties bat and glove in jt. Real muto's everything. Do you think this era of backstops is underrated. Well it certainly better in two thousand twenty one that we expected. I'd co-sign you're feeling generally i would say that we're seeing teams go with tandem catchers more kind in the nfl Assuring the workload with running backs but salvador perez having a great year. buster posey In a resurgence after basically two years off that that has improved the quality of play for catchers around the big lakes. Dylan lunberg is up next dylan rates. And why do manager still wear uniforms. I'm guessing it started with player-manager's but when is the last time that happened is kind of funny to see that dugout. Still only one that goes under the category of. That's the way it's always been. And i gotta tell you if all of a sudden you know the one manager who wore street clothes that The most notable in baseball history. Connie mack longtime manager of the athletics but he also was the owner. I gotta say that if all of the sudden today they announced the managers are going to wear street clothes. It would be jarring to me like to see aaron boone liking suit in the yankees dugout. That would seem weird to like. I think he's managers. Look better pullovers. What do you think yeah i mean i think i think a suit in the dugout would be a little aggressive. I think like a sweat suit or you know maybe some some fading attack like soccer coaches have right exactly like you could be a little. You gotta be casual about. You cannot go all in on the suit like an nba coach. Let's go to john tie. Joe our guy. John taisho wrightson will whoever comes in for them. The al lease whether it's toronto the yankees are boston and go down in history as the best fourth place team in history. Are we looking at epic fourteen battles division in the coming years you know. What in the divisional era. I think you're right. You know without having gone through year-by-year But it it whichever team in this group does not make the playoffs. You talked about a winter of regrets. Especially if you're the yankees or the red sox you know with with where they stand now where the you know the all the everything around the trade deadline. Whoever doesn't make the postseason is going to have a long winter and a long winter criticism from the local media next up brian stone king at bryanston king school sweating our hearts. Brian rights. please explain why. The dodgers keep playing bellinger. They're supposed to have so much depth and be all about analytics. Dude is hitting one sixty seven as thumb this out there fighting for the division title. He's not worth a lineup spot at this point yet. Brian i asked dave roberts the of the day and the dodgers doug at san francisco What cody's reaction was when he talked to him about sitting down against left. Handed pitchers dave khanna said. Like cody gets it like he. That's how how bad he's been. Where cody even. A guy has won the mvp award. He understands how much he struggling. I don't have the numbers in front of me. But cody bellinger against fastballs. Ninety five plus this year He seating under one hundred like his bat. His swing a slow down. He has struggled to fix that. I would not at all be surprised at moving forward Not only not gonna play against lefties. But i think they're going to be some situations where they're gonna pinch hit form. If the other team has a left-hander on the mouth last one for today schultz baseball at ben schultz one to buster seems to me teams. Use their closers in a tied game on the road frequently. Now is there any analytical reason for that he points out that the dodgers did this on thursday night and he says. Thank you in advance. Yeah i think because once you get for example. It's tied game in the bottom of the ninth inning. Teams are like you know what let's just survive another half inning This is the highest leverage moment in this game potentially in. We should use our best reliever in this situation. But you're right you know for years and years and years managers always saved their they're closer slash often their best reliever for when they got lead. I think teams now especially with the rule about putting runners at second base in extra innings. They just want to get through and survived for four extra innings that doesn't.
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 WBUR
"You don't support that you support Increasing funding for social services. So where do you see a need for the police to reform themselves? And how do you see that being done? Well, it's it's across certainly all dark, different aspects. We need to make sure that there is accountability and transparency in the work of the of the police department. And we need that. If we truly do want a lead on community policing, and as mayor, I will push for critical reforms, including expanding implicit bias training, making sure that we have mental health clinicians. To respond to the needs of our residents. That's work I've done on the City Council, making sure that we are reforming the gang database and making sure that we're stepping up community outreach again. We need to make sure that our police officers are directly involved in our neighborhoods, Building those relationships and then our police department is reflective of our neighborhoods. We need to make sure that we have diversity. In our ranks, and I will fight to increase diversity across the Boston Police Department. Whether it's recruiting new officers directly into the force building, continuing to build our cadet programming program and making sure that we're promoting diverse candidates into leadership roles. We need to know that we are including real racial and gender diversity across all levels, especially in leadership roles. Already PD. We've got time for one more question. A group of Roxbury in south and residents march from the area around Massachusetts Avenue and Melania cast Boulevard to the State House yesterday, protesting what they say are inhumane conditions in the neighborhood. We've engaged with you a lot on this issue before as mayor What would you do to address the residents concerns and provide for the people struggling with addiction in our city, Will you know is the former chair of a committee that no longer exists on the Boston City Council? I did great deal of work around homelessness, mental health and substance use disorder. It's a priority. It has to be a priority. When we think about this last year, we've lost sight in many ways. Of the work that we need to do to help our most vulnerable residents who are in a moment of crisis. We need to do this but within the city of Boston and work for regional response, because we do have to decentralize all of the services that are really sort of Um, saturating the area of mass and cast so providing those good services but making sure that we are meeting individuals where they are when they are in their time of need, making sure that programs are available and making sure and when I have suggested through this budget process as we look to receive the recovery funds from the federal government That we are investing them in responding to the needs of those dealing with again homelessness, opioid opioid addiction and mental health issues. We have a unique opportunity to get individuals the help they need with those funds and do it quickly and do it with our agency. Boston City councilor and mayoral candidate and the society, George. Thanks for joining us, counselor. Thank you very much to see Anna. Listening into that conversation was W B. You are senior political reporter Anthony Brooks. Anthony. Welcome back. Very good to be here to see Ana. Let me just start by inviting you to react to the discussion. You just heard. Well, the first part of the discussion I thought was interesting, and it's worth saying, you know, when it comes to these questions of race, it's complicated. I mean, let's begin with that. It's really complicated. So we have this incredibly diverse field of candidates running for mayor of Boston. And there are people in this city who want the next mayor to be a black or brown person, but it's not completely clear. What That means. But to some, it's important to a least make a distinction between people who are descendants of formerly enslave people who have experience dealing with the kinds of institutional racism that we've been spending a lot of time talking about, and people who are not now any society. George clearly represents diversity, but she doesn't necessarily represent that kind of diversity. In that kind of history and adding to that complexity, and I think she talked about this in her case. It's not really clear how this country even categorizes her. You know, she was asked today how she filled out the census form regarding her race, and she said she left it blank because there is no place on the U. S census for a descendant of a person of Middle Eastern origin or North African origin. To check and and he said one more thing, I would say this. I think it's really important to keep this in mind. There are six major candidates running for mayor. None of them is a white male. So whoever wins, it's going to break the mold and represented historic change in the city. Whether it's Kim Janey Andrew Campbell, Michelle Woo, John Barrows, Jon Santiago Santiago or a niece aside, be George, so a lot to digest there and and to what extent are the candidate's personal identities? Their lived experience core to this campaign, Anthony Well, I mean, I think you heard Unni Society, George expressing that pretty well, there are others who are doing it. I mean, for example, acting there. Kim Janey is running as a daughter of Roxburgh, who understands firsthand the issues around inequality in this city. Another example. Andrea Campbell talks a lot about her twin brother and the radically different path that his life took from her. She went on to law school. She's a city councilor. He was accused of terrible crimes, was stuck in the criminal justice system and died in custody. So two very different paths that Campbell says speak to the need of Big reforms around corrections and policing. One more example. Michelle Woo talks about being the daughter of Taiwanese immigrants who had to become a caregiver to her younger siblings when her mother was diagnosed with schizophrenia. So all three of them put these formative experiences front and center in their campaigns, and the other candidates are doing it in their own ways as well. So you heard us talk about the endorsement today from the former head of the Boston Police Department, William Grass. You were at that event earlier today, where she announced that How important is this kind of an endorsement by a former major law enforcement figure in Boston? Well, I mean, it's interesting for a couple of reasons. I mean, obviously, it's important to have a former police commissioner say to you. You know, we take you seriously and one of the things cross says was I see aside be George in the neighborhood all the time. She she doesn't just Take pot shots at the police department. She's really interested in working with us. That's what he said. It's also interesting because grasses and interesting figure in his own right he was. Marty Walsh is police commissioner and one of the things aside, be. George has been Doing is representing a kind of continuity with former mayor Wall She aligns herself with Mayor Walsh and his policies and talks about the things that she was able to accomplish on the City Council in partnership with mayor walls, So she's trying to establish yourself as that sort of continuity figure if he will. I wonder if there will be competition there with boss for candidate John Barrows, who served in the Walsh administration as well, I think that's a great point that Barrows can make. I mean, you can talk, you know what is continuity mean? I mean, look at someone like Jon Santiago. We haven't talked about lately. He's gotten extraordinary resume as an emergency room, doctor as an Army reserve, captain, As you know. Ah, a state representative. I mean, that represents a certain kind of continuity as well. But obviously, you know, going back to this historic notion that this is one. This is the most diverse group of candidates ever. For the first time in 200 years, the city is not going to be led by a white male. It's a pretty extraordinary moment, no matter how you look at it, and no matter who ends up winning this race. You've been reporting on fundraising. Where are we on that? And how does Counselor side be George compare with other candidates? Well, she's doing pretty well. I mean, the leaders the people with the most cash on hand. City Council. Andrea Woo. I'm sorry, Yes, City Councilor Andrea Woo and Andrea Andrea Campbell. Yes, Andre Campbell and Michelle Woo. Forgive me have the most cash on hand. Now, any society George has done very well since the beginning of the year. She's raised a lot of money on Lea Michele Wu has raised more money than her. Jon Santiago has the same amount of cash on hand, so he's doing quite well. As well. And Kim Janey has the least amount of cash on hand. But she did very well in the last month raising over $200,000. So keep in mind that money is only one indicator of the race, but that that's a quick snapshot of where the Leaders in the money race stand. Well, We're going to continue to watch it with you. There's several months left to go. W B. You are senior political reporter Anthony Brooks. Anthony, Thanks.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"A fellow Canadian. He's about as far south in Canada as you can get. It's in line with Rome. Really, I always think of Canada being cold and snowy and actually have to say that view was rather reinforced by what Blake told me So it's about minus for this morning. With a slight skip of snow. So it's a fine fine way to start the month of April, I guess March went out like a lion, and that wind is something else. Not second voice you had is Andrew Campbell. He's a podcaster and farmer and together they're sat in Blake's kitchen sheltering from the weather. Blake grows corn, soybeans and wheat on fields that were cleared of trees almost 200 years ago. The decision to ditch the plow and start what he calls no till farming came at a crucial time for his family. So 1983 is when we started no till farming and the reason we decided that was due to necessity. My dad and my two uncles at the time were farming together and they had crop It was in storage, actually. And where it was stored. That business went into Receivership and their beans were seized as assets. Of the creditor. And so they had to go to the spring of the year to the field that was with less money in their pocket. They realized that they needed a in short order, figure out how they could be more profitable by doing less spending less saving more, and they started on their journey of no till farming. And so the rest is history tonight if I can jump in just with one quick question here, because it is one where if they had to sell all that stuff out of necessity. Why do you think they didn't go back once things got better? Well, I think they didn't go back because they saw that it.
"andrew campbell" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"There's there's some good value there we talked about like the outfielders that were still available. Obviously brett gardner still available but there were some others on that on that list as well. In addition in addition to bruce. Like you mentioned nick marquess. I mentioned since you chew. There's also some other fielders that that could have fit similar roles. Are you happy with the bruce signing over some of those other guys. I mean to me. You're looking at him. Like you know what you toss a coin up in the air and you see. I thought marquette's could have been a good fit. I don't know what he's asking for. Contract wise bruce fit the what they were looking to do with the saying. I had the salary cap but the luxury tax cap if you will. And he fit. The team left need left hand bat soap. He fit the void. You know i'd be nitpicking. If i if i was saying one would be better than the other based on the value. But i think it's a it's a it's a good game. He strikes out still at i. Think of over twenty percent. I think it was twenty three percent over the last full season. Twenty five almost twenty five percent clip Guy but against a hand pitching if that's down and he's able to make contact and he's able to put up good production numbers against right handed pitching i will be. I'll be happy camper that really. That's the ideal thing. I was looking for our from anybody. But what we're talking about him before we get into the other guys. I'm going to go into a mailbag from andrew campbell. Because i think it directly affects The other left handed bat is stole a potentially still looming out there. And he's obviously. A yankee has been a yankees entire career brett gardner so many Read mailbag here Hey guys big longtime if the yankees can't find a way to bring back. Brett gardner for price fits both sides. Should the yankees consider maki pitch to gardy. That would bring him back to the bronx member of the coaching staff. Or even a perhaps a role A role as a player coach career bats profile as a member assistant coach or a special advisor to the team gardner saying the dugout while keeping him The salary part of the team below always living luxury tax threshold. The heart and soul of the team provides will be prominent the clubhouse for the two thousand one season. I'm not gonna read the entire thing here. Look this is this is. This is one of those plays where people are holding on for hope holding on to hope and andrew is a record guy. I appreciate that. I don't see the yankees at all. We're not talking about a player coach for the yankees. I'm usually joking because it doesn't exist. It doesn't hasn't exists anymore like legitimately. Who's the last player coach in major league baseball. Oh pete rose. We know how that worked out. Nobody's saying i. I don't think that that role is just like something out of a different era. Yeah no it's. It's not something that fits it's just not it doesn't it doesn't work for this. Brechner is not the guy like one. He thinks he can play. And look i. Don't you think that this completely closes the book on brett gardner i. I'm not going to say that it does yet. Because i still think the fact that he's not another team and he wants to play. There's something looming and i don't know you know what that is Gibberish beside minor league deal. Yes there's there's there's like he. He wants to be in the major league roster. There's no doubt but because of that because that's not a definite. I still think. Brett gardner is looming yet. So i was just going to clarify that with you. So the the jay. Bruce signing is not is not definite as far as like impact. Because i just looked up the spot track and I'm putting them in here now. So that the yankees still have about eleven million in tax space available because jay bruce so if he makes the roster million million five you said a million three million three five plus plus some incentives But the site again this is. This is if he makes the major league roster. So so here's the thing. Though they didn't do this with jay bruce for no reason they did it because they think he he might be able to contribute to the roster if they do signed brett gardner and it's a guaranteed major league spot. That kind of takes jay bruce out. So why are you going to do this with jay. Bruce if you're then going to give garner guaranteed roster spot. Maybe you're going signed. Brett gardner invite him to spring training and say compete but are they really going to even go through that whole rigmarole with gardner you do that with jay bruce fine because he's he's never been on the team before but you bring a guy who's a career yankee into compete for a job. That just seems kinda weird and that. That seems more like a distraction than anything to me. No i agree with you. And and that's that's where we'll also can play first base. That's a that's a potential there. You're looking at Mike ford as a backup. First baseman lefty bat. So you could see jay bruce finding spot on that roster even if there's even if record no word to To be signed still and and again it's a very very low risk. Play if i if bruce doesn't play well in the spring if they don't like what they see they don't have to do anything they can. They can release them from this minor league deal and a guy like mike ford could step right in as a backup. Backup for space. So if you're looking at it in that way and and you see him as a potential slide from outfield spots diverse base d. h. And there's really not much because even if brett gardner there you can still find a home for him I see that as a as a potential play. I think the other thing of this is not just garnered. But they're looking at this. Jay bruce Versus mike ford. I mean that's to me after what might four did last year when he didn't back up the the season that we were you know at the end of the year in two thousand eighteen when he didn't live up to your bold prediction to move the first for the comeback from home run king of the season. When that's comeback back made me look bad then. I think there are a lot of us..
"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.