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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:07 min | 7 months ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Time for us here at south beat sessions as this is our final episode. Under the espn umbrella. Many things have to go out to pg and anthony calatayud who were essential during our time here at espn and not just building out this brand the south beach sessions brand. But also the lebatardshow and friends network. There's so many people to thank on the technical end which is why push dan out of the way because he doesn't really have The technical background in this but just suffices say that this podcast doesn't get off the ground and all the creative things that we've done with laboratories and friends over at espn does not happen without the help of those two people primarily so i wanted to make sure we shouted them out before we got going here with our interview with big boy dana. Big boy become random friends so this one should be really good. I also want to thank ziprecruiter. The presenting sponsor of south beach sessions. Because they've been with us basically since day one. They've been a great partner weekend and week out. Ziprecruiter's always there for us with their support. So thank you so much to them. Let's get on with this. Big boy interview famously. One half of outcasts alongside. Andre three thousand dan big boy get into. Obviously he's time without cast which is still active. Even though they're not making music outcasts never broke up. We talk about big boys unique knack to stay away from all the drama in hip hop lot of drama in hip hop. You never see big boy's name attached to what we find out what's happened to the boom boom room. Those people that are sort of similar in age to me probably remember big boys amazing classic episode of mtv cribs where we all discovered the boom boom room. So real fun things there. You're going to enjoy this south beach sessions supplying one under our espn umbrella but do not fret. South beach. Sessions is going nowhere if you subscribe to south beach sessions. You'll be happy to know that new episodes that will continue once time with espn ends. We'll still show up on your phone. If you haven't subscribed to south beach sessions do so now. Just click subscribe right here in your platform of choice..

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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

14:19 min | 1 year ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"We are back with another week of local hours. I decided to not start today with. Its the shipping container. You know what I like to keep people on their toes. Switch it up a little bit. We Got Greg Cody Roy. Bell May Billy Gill the Emmett Anthony Calatayud and we are here rocking with you on a Tuesday. That's right we don't just rock on Wednesdays. How is everybody's Memorial Day mine was kind of crappy because it was wet? I was supposed to play golf for the first time so a little upset about that but I honestly think that the rain probably saved lives in south Florida yesterday because I feel like people were going to be insanely reckless. And they weren't because it rains nonstop the entire day. Who wants to talk next question? Greg something that you were talking to to Roy about is Us worry how he's doing highs feeling he said old and then use it while. I'm actually in person and I wonder where the where the cutoff point. Between like feeling old and being old like because if you were to say to a forty year old like you're not that old right so like where's the cutoff when you officially become old. Wow that's a good question billy In I've spent a lot of time thinking about it and not been able to come up with an answer because I think it does depend on who interview a lot in general health Sometimes I see a photo of somebody in the news and they're like younger than me in to my eye. They look in seem older than me. Like Oh my God. That guy's only fifty looked seventy. You know what I mean. So it's just weird I. I can't figure out the aging process. I'm in the middle of it. You know so. I don't know that's that's how I feel like as you get older. That number gets higher. You know like right now. I don't think you think sixty five that old right and and There was a time when forty five old. You know I think back to growing up and my dad in his forty's seemed ancient. You know what I mean in. Now he's like than than I am. It's just weird the aging process. I looking I look forward to you guys Knowing what I'm talking about someday so I'm getting close to the milestone of thirty. My birthday's in July. It'll be my twenty nine th birthday and then it'll be my last birthday in my twenties and I feel like I'm holding on to the twenty s some sort of vestige of youth and I feel like once. I cross thirty that everything changes. I don't even know. Why is that true? No I think for me Forty is is a bigger one. Because when you're when you're turning thirty you know you you still have your youth When you're turning forty you begin to enter Middle Age. You know. That's the way I look at it Even late thirties. You're not quite there yet in my mind but man once you turn forty you know. It's all downhill from there. The forties old forty is getting there in In fifty you really begin to feel physically At least for me. You know fifty the age where you know when you when you're down on your hands and knees to pick something up. It's tougher to get up again. You're looking to reach for help. You know you're grabbing something to help you stand up again so it's physically. I think fifty it begins again a little bit. What would you say was your best decade? Greg Oh wow That's a good question not like eighties nineties like that. But I mean like you're you know Teen Years Twenties Thirties forties fifties I would say twenties only because twenties was when I met my wife when I got married when I had my my was I hang on. How was I want to admit I kid over? No I was in. My Thirties was in my early thirties. Jergen kids we took a while. I dunno twenties and Thirties. I guess is the easy answer so they go Anthony Turning thirty already. The beginning of the even though already is when it starts declining his best times in his twenties. Sorry guys now. I'm glad Greg has spoken for this much. You know we're five minutes in and he hasn't misspoke it because you can talk and so I don't know about you guys. He's my dad so I can tell he hasn't had his coffee yet so he's in his like early morning. I could say anything you know He. He'll he'll call cereal a tree before he's had his coffee you know. He's very apt to misfit before his morning coffee so I like the of him talking a lot before getting in who's not only a barely dug into my coffee but the mets Zaventem seven kicked in yet. So so your throat is still all clogged. Yes sorry about that. I'm I'm barely. I usually get up at eight o'clock so come on now. I WanNa like stay focused on Gregor fast. Because he's been doing something that's been disturbing me him my mom and my brother. They're doing this thing now where they feed this duck family. They've adopted a duck family in their front yard. They've become that house in the neighborhood. My I have that house in my neighborhood. Four houses down his family thirty ducks out front every day because these ducks no they can come here to get fed so great. Explain the relationship that you your wife and my brother Have Stanley While your mother is a softy who perpetually feeds ducks in and she started you know. She's to blame. But there's a duck mama in Eight babies actually their juveniles. Now there was eleven it was eleven babies right and it began with eleven down to a steady eight young. Go Away to school or with the others go. We don't want to think about that. Survival of the fittest kicks in. And you know they weren't. The site is yeah exactly. His Squirrel probably eight one of them. I don't know scrawl. There's a family of nine in and we feed them. You know There's a guy in my neighborhood. Who's like Dr Doolittle? And he Attracts all of the ducks in the neighborhood because he liked literally puts duck food or whatever on his front lawn in? They're always over there but the the family the juveniles in the mom come over to our house because we always give them read. You know we in. Here's the key to feeding ducks because bread is not great for ducts. They find it hard to digest. So I cut the bread into little pieces. The size of my thumb nail But then before I feed it to them I sprinkle it with water to soften it so In they they appreciate that. They haven't let me know what you should cautiously eat it and then feed regurgitated you guys think of this big picture. I don't know why because he he's doing a nice thing. He's giving food to a family. These ducks are huge. Now shirts in part because of how much they feed him but I feel like he's he's messing up with nature's natural process and I don't know I just there's some part of me that just feels a little uneasy about it in my weird feel about it so there is something with like zoo animals in cages where they get fed. I think we've asked on this zoo. Animals can they survive in the wild and answers no because they're used to getting their food and they don't go out and hunt anymore so the question we have to figure out. What DO DUCKS EAT? Naturally in the wild do they hunt them and if we're giving to them does that enable them to say. I don't really need to go search for worms today. Greg's got bread over at his house. I'll make a pit stop there and I'll go back to the canal like we don't know what do they naturally eat? I have no idea I'M GONNA. Ask for McGill today. Actually I I plan on making this my question for McGill today but I don't know I have to answer your question. I don't know these to be honest with you. I've seen a couple of these meetings in person and the ducks now are getting need. They're getting like attitudes with it. They're like were like standing out front. They're like let's go. It's time to eat. Where are you like? I don't know I just don't feel I feel uneasy about this. How long have you guys been doing this? Just a you know a few weeks a couple of months. I don't know this has banned. This has the potential to get out of control like me and my wife were looking for for houses and we went to a house that had like eighty ducks in the front yard and we were like Whoa. This is a major red flag already. More like maybe. It's just you know the day or something. They're passing through because like none of the pictures that they showed online. Have a ton of ducks. They're so then we went and we were like going through the house like the owner of the house. Was there which you know. Rather map be the case. You're seeing home but whatever it's fine and the owner was telling us that the she's of talking about the ducks and was like Oh. I'm sorry that the dogs you know but The Vet told me that they had to give them medicine because the mom was housed. Like whoa hold on a second like this is a lot. There's a ton of ducks here. There's a ton of duct poop everywhere. And like if I wanted this house in my then. Going to displace like eighty ducks. Because they don't feel bad about that but I definitely don't WanNa live with these ducks and I can't take the duct care and responsibility to the level that I'm asking vets. What should be feeding these ducks and taking the ducks to see bets. So just be careful what. You're getting yourself into great. Well I draw a hard line I will feed the ducks a leftover almost expired piece of bread. I will not give the ducks medicine. You know that's the line I draw. I'M NOT GONNA go out there with an eyedropper. In all of a sudden feed drops of medicine into a duck's beak that that that ain't happening buddy I tell you that in fairness though you've never had sick duck craig once you get the sick duck you'll see what you'll do for these ducks Named the ducks yet. We have not named the ducks. That's another line. I draw when I start referring to. There's eight of them who can remember. You know they all look alike quite frankly You know so how am I gonNA I gonNA name the duck. Plus what are you name a duck you give it like a a human name? Daffy taken Donald taking already the nationwide the name that popped into my head was Carl Carl. Yuck right Reuters News Roy. Do you have any ducks? Duck feeders in your neighborhood. No the ducks are actually at the at broad college over there not The place where everybody jogs the has a lake there and as a congregation ducks and turtles and iguanas. There's so they all hang out there. And people who show up with breadcrumbs just on him and against fuel about Florida ducks. I'm not the biggest fan. We don't have the Classic Duck. We get the ducks have like the Red Legged. Turkey looking things on them. We don't have like a solid Mallard. We don't have good ducks down here. I don't think yeah we have the standard Muskogee. Although in my neighborhood we do have the better looking duck. Which from a distance is just regal? I mean it's just you know when when these dogs and Moscow visa in the same area there must be looking superiority in already complex going because the one type of baggage so much better looking than the other type but when you see that good looking duck up close They they become scary you know. They're they're frightening CA. Look at in my mind in. I have been up. Close and personal with their senator in their own way to Billy's point like the quintessential duck is the Mallard when I think of Duck. I don't think of the ones we have here in south Florida. I think of the Mallard kind of Brown has that. Almost nineteen seventy station wagon. Look Greg. What the Wood paneling. And so that's what I think of when I think of Duck I don't think of the guys are kind of black and green and white and with that red kind of like billy said Turkey situation but we all can agree on this every ducks last name is yeah. I would think of quarter all part of the same family. Like Karl Duck at Greg's House you've got Donald duck daffy duck everybody's duck duck and actual surname like other people named Duck. I can't think of any ducks. Were right ducks worth okay. But what about just duck. Is there an AL duck? Without first somewhere in America I would duck. Stevenson never heard what are the characters in Madman? I think his name is duck. Rogers and he's like this hotshot you know Adman Zuma's duck but again this is the nineteen sixties Greg. I feel like there was a lot more ducks back in nineteen sixty. I growing up. I don't remember any ducks in my neighborhood. I just don't Maybe we were to inland. That I don't know but ducks are a thing here. I wonder if it's because the pandemic has brought all the animals out into the open. Ores it all the rain. We're getting lately down here or I don't know if the or people feeding them who knows I take some blame. Their Brag they had good. 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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Zaire sundays at ten thirty starting august twenty fifth only on h._b._o. The dan lebatardshow podcast is presented by the capital one venture car when you are an unlimited double miles on every purchase. Your next trip is closer than you think capital one. What's in your wallet. Hello friends of lebanon friends. My name is mike like ryan. I'm the executive producer of the dan. Le batard show with stugatz. I also have a hand in the production of some of these podcasts. You've grown to love on the lebatardshow end friends network. It's been built by la talented producers. We've had huge contributions from peachy and seaney anthony calatayud. Dan stands at travis rock. Hold shipping container just to name a few and we wanted to do something special because as you guys know football is around the corner you tell me that it's just an hour of chris talking about football. It's not that it's not that you don't have to worry. Will we collectively wanted to do as a network was showcase all all the shows on our network presently and get you hyped for football. This is a special preview episode for the upcoming football season. It's not under one one given show. This is under the network feed. He searched that network out. That's how you found this lead guitar amp sand friends network you subscribe to that you get all the great shows on our network including south beef sessions which is hosted by dan le batard soupy hosted by stu gods the meantime show featuring lenny which is hosted by monica williams and her dog. That's what she said was sarah. Spain and marty smith's america as well and don't forget the mystery crate hosted most tweaks by your boys who host marty smith's america. I would be mardi smith and if you're a fan of all the shows on our network or maybe only have time for one or two to we're gonna give you a nice little sampling of everything that we have here to offer under the guise of getting you hype for football so that being said we have a lot of also prizes along the way south. Each sessions is typically. An interview series. A longer form interview series hosted by dan but i wanted to do something a little bit different rather than then just do an interview. This is using dan's immense talent as a writer. He lent his voice to an essay he wrote out to get you hyped for the football season of football season that we all i think given recent investigations and news and studies leave us sometimes conflicted and.

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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

12:44 min | 3 years ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Geico expect great savings in a whole lot more. On Sunday before game two of the American League championship series. I was standing next to the cage and talking with Carlos Correa and I noticed Buksh ambi- walked up, grabbed Jose altuve bay for a conversation for ESPN radio given. Listen to that here with the reigning MVP Astros second baseman Jose, altuve eight. You guys get a game. One win. Tell me about the way that game win because he was cut a choppy, not a lot of offense. The pace was slow. How are you guys experiencing it as it went along? You know, it doesn't lie. Justin again, doesn't surprise me because this is we've been like that all year long and we're gonna lie with seems I were down and then which scar five in we've been doing that all your love. I mean, it was a great game Betty calls until fating when reading and Julie win when Dave and you know, we kick ass some some sun room difference and ended up winning the game or later pitch to give Garrett. Cole. Going, tell me what you seem standing behind him watching in pitch this year. It's really top to phase Justin and governor backed about, you know, for me. Two of the best officers in the big list on really happy to have on my team and not get to face in by, you know, he's a, I feel really comfortable in a have a lot of confidence on. Tell me where you at right now physically this year. First time in your career trip to the disabled list. You were a little cranky about it. You don't want to go on the disabled list. How do you feel though? Right now, but then I feel good enough to go on the failing to try to help my team. You know, it's, I feel like it's really hard to feel a hundred percent on this year, but you know, as long as I can get on the field and do you know everything little dance to get to hold my team to win, going to be happy. The other thing, whether I'm in your clubhouse or just out here on the field, there's something about this group and how much you guys like playing with one another. Lance mccullers walks in the clubhouse and he's giving everybody high fives. There's just an element I, it seems like the chemistry is a big part of your success. The culture is biggest borrow for success. Last year ten. Have a good relationship, a good chemistry, but you know, tissue, you know, is even better. He's hard to say we are better than a team that won the World Series, but man, you know, I, I really enjoy play with every single guy in this tan, you know, just kind of winning they, they don't wanna be heroes. They just want to go that and and help their teen. And you know, have a good relationship as bregman Spanish gotten better. Oh, yeah. Everyday somebody that I can say now he's finally will. That's pretty cool. Thank you so much for the time, not thank you. Todd Radim is the chief executive of our weekly quiz graphic artists who's be on both fields all across America all around the world, Todd, how you doing this week, I BUSTER. It is October, and there's a little chillier here in the northeast and we have baseball. So all is well with the world all is well with the world. And also this is the time of year when we have the most consequential weekly quizzes qas. I tied Josh in two weeks. I made up a massive to defeat deficit. I am now tied. We'll get to that quiz in a second. But every week this this year you have done a tremendous uniform presentation for each of the thirty teams. And this is number thirty, the Philadelphia Phillies. We've reached the end of the road BUSTER. And as you said this week or we are taking a look at the Phillies and they long forgotten uniform that they wore for a single game. One game in one game only on Saturday night, main nineteenth nineteen Seventy-nine. The. The Phillies rolled out their new all burgundy uniforms a look. The consisted of burgundy tops and pants burgundy belts caps under shirts and stirrups and burgundy shoes. The Corp was going to wear them for every Saturday game, both at home and on the road. But reactions were swift sharp, an overwhelmingly negative. So the only saw action that one time optics aside. They had several problems for one thing that didn't fit, right. Greg, Luzinski mountain of a man complained that his jersey extended below his knees. They also didn't look good in newspapers, which were printed in black and white back then, but look provided for little or no contrast between the uniforms and the artificial turf at the vet the Phillies scrap the uniforms after that single game and announced the week later that they would be selling them to the public for two hundred dollars each with proceeds going to charity. So gentlemen, I give you the nineteen Seventy-nine Phillies all burgundy one and done. Look as we celebrate the thirtieth and final team of our thirty teams and thirty uniforms now tied. Have you seen one of those uniforms that was sold at the public someplace because you have a good friend Jim, who I won't mention his last name, but he's a huge Philly's fan and I'm curious that that sounds like something that he might have looked to acquire during the course of his lifetime. He usually huge Philly's fan and he has a lot of jerseys, but that's not one of them. These are really rare. There is one in Cooperstown at the baseball hall of fame and there's one in my book winning ugly. I will say also. But yeah, a really weird weird, look and Ron burgundy. I mean, the jokes just white themselves, but nineteen seventy nine at the vet. There you go. All right. Well, let's get to the main event. This week's quiz is they say, I am going to have a chance now to join the one thousand nine fourteen Boston Braves, the nineteen Seventy-eight Yankees in two thousand eleven cardinals. All these teams that made incredible comebacks. That's the the context for which Josh feels under pressure. He's got a little Craig kimbrel going on him. He's lost the strike zone. We'll see what happens here. Todd, let's get to this week with. All right. Tober win. Heroes are made here. So here we go. The brewers, the Milwaukee Brewers have worn their dark blue jerseys with the word brewers more often than any of their other uniforms in twenty eighteen other than this jersey, which one, if they warn the most, is it a dark blue with Milwaukee written, not be their home whites with brewers, see their fro back whites with pinstripes or d the road graves second most worn in twenty eighteen dark blue with Milwaukee, home whites thrown back whites with pinstripes or Wade grays. Wow. That is a heck of a question and I gotta sit well, I'm not going to say what I'm gonna say, 'cause I don't wanna give Josh any clues. He's desperate for help. He's desperate to turn around his momentum of late. I'm gonna go with the road grays. They. I am too, and just because as ole used drizzle, no, you cannot call us ally easily could weasel out the last I didn't, but I'm done fooling around. That's what I actually think the answer is. And so that's what I'm going with. Twenty nine times the bowlers have one their road grays which is more than any of their jerseys. Yes. The reference dark blue with brewers. The stalemate continues its trench warfare year. Absolutely. What well in all seriousness to Josh is apt Josh. You're absolutely right. You have not taken the Weasley way out. That's the way believe and you have you have credibility in this context. You're an honest man Cirque. We'll continue full, continue with trivia from ten paces next week, Todd, thanks for doing this. All right, good. Thanks. Thanks. Leisure tweets. All right. BUSTER postseason edition of Bleacher tweets? For me, my arm is rested. I'm ready. I'm out of the bullpen. Ready to get these out. Tweet by the way the bleachers here in the postseason are jam-packed. First tweet is from Neil Boswell. He's at Neil in NYC wire balls slick and not properly prepared. When I was growing up, I heard they were rubbed up with Mississippi mud before being put into play. If pitchers need foreign substances to control the ball and batters agreed then why is it never part of the CBI. Yeah, it absolutely should be addressed. And that's exactly what happened in the past. I grew up with the under the same impression in for years. You'd see the empire's sometimes chatting with them. They'd be sitting there preparing to baseball's. I remember when it covered a minor leagues. The Nashville sounds one eighty nine, nine hundred ninety. They would do that. But over the years, what I heard was is that the empire sometimes tip the bat boys to do the rubbing up the baseballs and in the end, that really became something that wasn't really a part of what I'm Pires did. But I think in baseball, there's a lot of concern about the standardized treatment of baseball and the proper treatment of baseball. And this conversation will continue because seeing on the field in every game, it seems like just about every pitcher has something to help him get a grip on the baseball. It really shouldn't be that way and it baseball should not be in a situation. We're really is at the mercy of the good grace of the managers who. Each of them have the ability to create total chaos if they were to ever go out and ask for it player to be checked. It really is a fragile situation situation right now for baseball and you do hope that they would get this address with the union during the course the off-season. Most all of us are just trying to get a grip next one's from Sarah doll Heimer at Syrah k. twelve twenty eight BUSTER. What's the ceiling for Adam? Wainwright in two thousand nine. His deal is reportedly highly incentivized. Yeah, and you know what I mean? I love the fact that he's going to return to the team. He's been there for so long. I can't imagine him pitching with another club. This year eight starts forty, six innings near a of about four and a half. I think if the cardinals got say a hundred innings near Atta four to four and a half, and he'd be an innings eater. He'd be a guy who would help lead other pitchers on the staff. He sort of filling the role of what Chris carpenter used to have. I think that'd be good, I guess, is I didn't see the final terms is that he probably has a a base salary something in a range of two to five million dollars in the rest of it's based on how many innings he pitched in the cardinals have paid for the production. Next one's from Alan just at ThinkPad twenty with Severino be more effective as a reliever than starter. Yeah. Luis Severino there has been talk in the Yankees organization the past about whether or not he could be good in that role in your member is second year in the big leagues. He actually shifted to the bullpen, but they believe that he someone who is a strength to pitch deep into games. They saw it in the first half of the two thousand eighteen season. He was dominant, but then they felt like he really lost a lot of his car. And second, I don't think they'll think about moving into the bullpen yet. Last one is from Bleacher tweet legend. PK Steinberg. He's at PK, Steinberg k. k plus, do you think Joe Girardi would be a good fit for the angels? I think it'd be good fit for a lot of teams, but I really don't think that's the direction. The angels are going. Of course, their general managers Billy ler who used to be with the ANC as I still think that Eric shabas wind up being the guy there. He was brought into the organization by Billy. He talked to people about the relationship. The very close at the end of the year. Chavez was sent down to be the interim manager triple eight team, and maybe that was the, you know, the first step toward creating some experience for him to be installed into the job of Mike socials replacement. Keep those Bleacher tweets come in using the hashtag, you guessed Bleacher tweets, and that's it for today. My thanks to Todd Radim and to Tim coaching and Jose. Altuve a boop, shabby Anthony Calatayud stepping in for the under the weather, Josh macrey believe because I don't. Even know if we've heard from him, you just got to call your boss right then like, oh, we need you. We need you step in. We, we're not hearing from Josh. That's it. They told me to start warming up early today. So, hey, I didn't. Goodness took care. The job makes me wonder if I should root against the Red Sox just to make sure that I have my producer available during the course of the postseason have been great to everybody. Thanks for listening. Thanks for listening to the baseball tonight podcast. 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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"Hi there and welcome to pennies focus baseball to beautiful Thursday morning, September twentieth two thousand eighteen. I American. He is tristen and producer, Anthony Calatayud pushes all the buttons Tristan only a couple of shows left of the season as not this weekend, but next weekend, the regular season will indeed end and we're already seeing some teams, you know, shutdown players like we got shut down. AL race is pretty much over so we might see, I don't know. Maybe Nelson Cruz doesn't play that much last week. The point is like. Painting raise hading, come on. The razor are just as far out as the Phillies and nobody thinks the Phillies have a shot. I look, I still love the story and they're, they're mathematically still in it. I know it's highly unlikely. It was a point point, one percent playoff odds for them, but. What are you gonna do. I mean, look, I hope if the raise in the Phillies are still playing for something next weekend. I do the Philly. That'll be decided this week and they almost half the sweep the Braves, and a four game set, which seems really unlikely to be raised. Just keep. I love what the rates are doing. I just want an amazing season for this race thing. We spent time talking about raise individual players on this show in the past month because they're gonna win ninety plus games. Actually, I've got fun trivia for you if you'd like raise related. Oh, you're trivia that Eric won't. No, I won't pretty. You're. You probably will not know this, but it's a fun because flakes no one is twentieth game we saw. I heard Ryan Yarbrough to he won his fifteenth game, which is pretty impressive. Considering how was a starter? Yeah, that's the thing like he's got six starts with a year and he's got fifteen wins now. That's because thirteen of them have been relief wins. And most of those are result of the score official. Scores decisions and the like, however, with thirteen relief winds, he's the first pitcher to accrued that many since when was the last guy to accrue thirteen relief wins. And I can tell you if you'd like. Remember the face have a year where he was eighteen and one for the pirates. It's probably more recent than that. Yes, it was nineteen fifty nine. He was eighteen in one of the two sixty relief a ninety. Three hundred and forty, seven games finished, but it was more recent than that John Hiller. He had a year where he won double digits or where both way too young to have ever remember this even though we probably remember Mark corn Mark. I Cornwall how all right. That is one of the two well done. Yeah. One of the two. Yeah. Two guys in the same year one fourteen in relief. Mark eichhorn. That is the toughest one. Nice job. I, I remember that because well, I heard people that were playing. I wasn't playing that year, so I don't know why. I know that we were. We were not even born yet. We just used our time machines to have seen the eighty six season. That's all. So it was the tandem closers of the New York? Mets. And Roger McDowell is the one who won four. Roger eight, Dow just by the way at thirteen and Eighty-three..

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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

10:31 min | 3 years ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Remember when you can order a ride in the principal button or get online without hearing this or get Domino's delivered to over one hundred, fifty thousand unexpected outdoor locations way. What introducing Domino's hotspots you can finally get pizza delivered right to the beach, the quad or the dog park, not at home, not a problem. Find a Domino's hotspot near you and get two medium. Two topping pizzas delivered for five. Ninety nine each to add a minimum. The extra aspirin is limited time, offer prices, participation, delivery area on charges. May restrictions apply, visit dot com for details dominance. Baseball tonight. The podcast, this is the baseball tonight podcast for Wednesday, September twelfth, two thousand eighteen BUSTER. Only our producer most days is just macrey, but it shitting for him today. Anthony Calatayud who is famous for being the only Marlins fan in America. Anthony, thanks for joining us his this season events. If they change your perspective on the Marlins have not. I'm glad that the fishery would get a degrom to give up a couple of runs. So that was exciting. Yeah, and a moral victory. Right? Is it definitely people say that there's no more victories that's not true. Getting a couple of hits off degrom is a moral victory and getting a couple of runs off of him as even better. Also, I've heard about the rumblings of the bet that you and Josh have about wearing the Billy, the Marlin costume. Yeah, I should be able to use my connects down back in Miami to figure out how we can get that Billy the Marlin costume backup here. Oh, wow. Well, you know what, then, I think what you need to do is grab his passport because he may be trying to get out of the country. I promise you we won't be talking any more about the Marlins in the podcast today we will talk with any McCullough of the LA times about the struggling dodgers and particular pal. They've had all kinds of problems against the Cincinnati Reds. We'll talk to Paul in bikinis about the San Francisco Giants and the challenge ahead of them and about the top heavy American League. And we'll discuss with tip kerchief whether Joe Mauer's hall of Famer. Let's get to it. Heads, rejoice. TIMMY time this great game or what with tin kurkin on baseball tonight. And Tim cartoon covers baseball, free SPN. He also is a tremendous pinch-hitter joining us on short notice today. Tem, really appreciate you pulling off the side of the road and getting this done for us. Not a problem bus. I just got back from the grocery store, so I'm ready for the day. Okay. So when you're out of your local grocery store, how often you get stopped and asked about various teams? Well, at this grocery store there, a couple of guys, they're asked me every day about the nationals, and I've had to tell the breezily look stop asking me about the national because they're not go to the play offs, but every day at the same store I get, I get in some sort of conversation and I'm happy to do it. Just another reminder, how many people really like baseball making what we do for a living. It actually matters, which is nice to see one hundred percent. Speaking of the nationals. As of this morning, there game and a half behind the Phillies which seems incredible to me and maybe more incredible or maybe less incredible is the fact that in that double header, they played against the Phillies yesterday twenty eight pitchers reused, and I'm not counting the ones that are doubled over. I mean, there were twenty four relievers. After the four starters, Tam. What'd you make of that? Well, look boxer. I'm not going to do a filibuster here, but we can't have thirteen guys in a bullpen in the month of September and both teams yesterday had thirteen pitchers available in the bullpen for yesterday's game. That's why September baseball can be so laborious at times bus. It was one to nothing in the fifth inning yesterday, and the Phillies had used five pitchers in one game, and we're in the fifth inning. They use four relievers in the fifth inning alone, and it wasn't twenty one to nothing. It was one to nothing. When the fifth pitcher came into the game, that's just unhealthy for baseball. Look, I understand. I'm not being critical gave Kappler Bhagat's thirteen relievers. You're gonna use them. But baseball has to make a change here and have a twenty five man roster for every game in September. You can have thirty nine guys availa. Title. I mean thirty nine guys who you're gonna be paying for the game, but only twenty five. There are eligible to pitch tonight because this is ridiculous that we can have that many pitchers in a double header. So I'm sure that in the angels game last night they had a no hitter in the eighth inning, Tim, and along the way they used eight pitcher. So that was real drama, right? And I've got someone looking into this 'cause I can't find this myself, but they used eight pitchers in a one to nothing gay BUSTER about it. How many times have we use eight pitchers in a one to nothing game. This is baseball, two thousand eighteen. It's baseball in September, two thousand eighteen and we wonder why the take so long. Look, I'm not complaining gave me two great notes for the courtrooms today, but it's just it's too much there too many pitching changes. That's why the game steak so long. Yeah, I don't feel like the grumpy old man. When I talk about this, you saying get off my lawn because I hear the exact same thing from just about everybody talked to in baseball players, managers, staffers general managers, they hate this brand of baseball, but Tim is I wrote that column the other day they can't pull themselves away from it because the analytics or the analytics, right. And the analytics say that you're bringing an atom Morton mortgage to face, you know, Bryce Harper in the fifth inning, then you get him out of the game for the next guy because right Anders coming up. That's what the analytic say, and we're going to follow them. I'm just saying that as a lover of the game of allowed to step forward and say, look, there's a better way to do this. Perhaps and forty guys active for a major league game instead of temper is just too many. All right. Let's get away from that conversation. Let's go up to Fenway park last night. Here was the sound in the ninth inning from w e. Why here's the pitch from Hamburg swung on and hidden in the air to right center field. Buki bets going back Jackie Bradley. Going back Bradley calling for Pemex cats and the Red Sox have clinched the playoff berth with a seventy. Two win in Alex bores. First year is a major league manager. The Red Sox have clinched a playoff berth in game. One hundred forty five. For the Red Sox. Third consecutive postseason appearance matching the longest streak in franchise history. And that from Tim, never on w. e. and after that, Tim, Alex Cora, our old friend went in and toasted. The players told him that he was proud of them. It obviously a great year for the Red Sox, a great night's four, Alex Cora and his players. And I got to tell you that when I walked out of Fenway park the other night after we had that game in which they beat the Astros on a walk off hit, I was more convinced than ever and you and I touched on this a little bit on Monday that this is not a team that can win in October because of their bullpen issues. And yet I remember last year thinking up, I just the Astros are done. They, you know, Ken Giles isn't getting it done. No team can win a game without a bullpen. I kind of torn about the Red Sox. In one hand, they clearly been the most dominant team in baseball leading the major leagues in so many offensive categories. And yet they have that big problem at the back end. Yeah, they do. At least they have a quality closer in crit kimbrel in though. We really need to need him do it at the highest level at his very best. But you're right. BUSTER. Last year's Astros t changed the dynamic and everything is changing as we go along here with teams without great starting pitching are going to the play offs like the as, but because they have a great bullpen. And then there are other teams without a great bullpen, but they have great starting rotation. They can win the World Series. There is no proper formula anymore, which maybe we should look at it like, that's the most fascinating part about this. Every team has a flaw and we just have to see what flaw gets exposed I, but I really like where the Red Sox are, but to not count in the Astros or the Indians or the Anki or the as I think is a mistake. Just another reminder out, great October baseball is going to be especially in the American League. And let's just touch on Chris sale for moment. He came back off the disabled list. His first appearance rose. Ending his pitch count, elevated at twenty six. So they pulled him out. He went out and finished his work out in the bullpen. I feel like that we didn't see enough. It wasn't a big enough sample size to draw any conclusions. How about for you? I agree. I agree that the Red Sox I think are doing the right thing here. Chris sale was not good the postseason last year in part maybe because he was worn down by like every other starting pitcher that time of year. So they're being extra cautious. Forty pitch limit. Last night, didn't even get to it the only way they're going to win the World Series. If he's great and he has to be a hundred percent and strong as he can possibly be in October. And the best way to do that is to rest him down the stretch and use this time to build them up. And so he's ready for October the fourth or whatever day it's going to be. But during all of this BUSTER, all this shoulder injuries and two trips of the d. l. is last time starts. He's got seven walks ninety two strikeouts. And he's got a current twenty eight consecutive inning scoreless streak going. So he may be hurt. But boy, he'd pitches well when he pitches hurt, it's amazing. So the Red Sox gain ground in the standings last night because the Ke's lost. Again, this was the sound of Joe Mauer at the play basis. Loaded bottom of the fifth inning. Kaley delivered in high center-field Hicks. Snow tracking.

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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"When it comes to tailgating your league of your own. So you got to pick a bun that plays at the same level, ballpark funds, otherwise, known as America's favorite funds, always deliver the goods, find ballpark funds near you at ballpark buns dot com. These baseball tonight. The podcast, this is the baseball tonight podcast for Friday, August thirty. First, two thousand eighteen. I'm BUSTER only and producing today like he does most days is Josh macrey, but Josh yesterday, Anthony Calatayud filled in for you. He did a great job as always, but there were some drama because we wondered if you were going to be here today because there was a question about jury duty. No, that's exactly right. BUSTER Yasser yesterday I was down in New York City working on this new project with Mike Greenberg. His podcast, I'm interested which debuts next Tuesday, September four. So I encourage you all to check that out. But I was nervous that I have to miss two days in a row, not for any sort of production reason, but because I was called to serve my community as a juror. But if anyone has ever had jury duty before they give you a little slip, it says, call this number like five thirty or so the night before and we'll tell you if we actually need you to report. And so I was sitting. On pins and needles at like four, four, thirty five five thirty comes. I call the number. They say court for Friday. August thirty. First is canceled, which of course freed me up to come in and be reunited with you BUSTER. So you were running around the man cable, and you took that like after he got that call, you. Maybe it's the most excited I've been since the two thousand thirteen World Series. Yeah, we speculated yesterday that maybe you'd want to serve on a jury where you're putting out tell for five months and just watch the Red Sox and patriots exact rule. Everything to come. But that wasn't the case. You didn't wanna have it. Yeah. No, I mean, listen, the idea of it sounds cool, and you know, being locked in a room with a bunch of my other peers working on a case that's rip straight from like a John Grisham novel or something. Sounds very cool in theory, but then actually having to do it, I don't think would be nearly as fun. No. I think that's what we've learned in the past jurors will say that after a couple of days you're like, why did I get. All right. We got confirmation that Shohei Otani will start on Sunday baseball for the angels. We'll be talking with Terry Smith angels play by play man for k. l. a. about that. Just gonna Dozo we'll talk to us about Alex bregman and how his swing reminds us both of a hall of Famer, but I, the deals are going down Andrew, mccutchen the keys with more to come on Friday. Let's get to it. The it's the Rabbie trade with Mukarram ravage. Of course, the host of baseball tonight to play by play man on so many of our television, broadcasts, just finished up the Little League World series last week in rally. The Ravi train has so many stops today because there's so much going on. But because of the experience adjust macrey head yesterday we gotta start with this. Tell me about your jury duty experiences. Well, there's been at least two one of which kind of stands out. I think one, you know, you spent the day there and they send you home at the end of the day, and it's fairly generic. The other one was called in to meet with the attorneys and within seconds I was quickly till this is not about jury duty, you're not going to serve, but we do have some baseball questions that we like to ask you and then it don't go into all sorts of questions about baseball team. So I, I did fit in the little cube with the lawyers from both sides and immediately realize this is this is good. It's gonna get me home and I don't have to deal with, you know, what would be an otherwise long, probably process and we're gonna talk about baseball. This was this was years back, but it always in the northeast revolves around the Yankees and Red Sox, and that was that was I opening to me because I a, you don't know that anybody you know knows you are. And then Secondly, while they're doing their job, there. Are, you know, also focused on really important matters like baseball and the race in the American used. And you know why Manny Ramirez is such a great hitter, but such an enigma, I think it had to do with Manny. The question. It's awesome. That offended also probably was like a big Yankee fan or a big Red Sox fan and you and you would have been excuse either way, right? We can't have. Swaying the Jerry. All right. We got obvious stuff to get to intervene cut in being delta, the Yankees and later today we'll have some other deals that will go down for sure. But let's touch on what happened last night. David Peralta what a big hit top of the fifth inning. The of course, a left-handed hitter. He's facing Richhill of the dodgers with two outs. Richhill drops down, throws a breaking ball from the side, and this is what happened and Peralta drives it and that ball. David Peralta bakes it three, nothing D-Backs. Or old friend, Steve breath you on Fox Sports, Arizona. You talk about degree of difficulty and you talk about a big, Carl, David, Peralta checking all the boxes. He

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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

10:24 min | 3 years ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"When it comes to tailgating your league of your own. So you got to pick a bun that plays at the same level, ballpark funds, otherwise, known as America's favorite funds, always deliver the goods, find ballpark funds near you at ballpark buns dot com. These baseball tonight. The podcast, this is the baseball tonight podcast for Thursday, August thirtieth, two thousand eighteen. I'm BUSTER only and filling in for Josh macrey today is producer, Anthony, Calatayud, and Anthony. You're on today and you're on call for tomorrow because I guess it's up in the air, whether or not Josh macrey will get jury duty. What do you think it's an American civil duty that we all get to enjoy BUSTER? I guess I guess Josh doesn't like doing his civil duties because he's trying to get out of it. So we will see if he does. If not, you know me, I'm in the bullpen. Ready to go warming up. Yeah. But you know, Josh, you know, deep down inside. He's like, man, I hope again at trial and I hope it lasts for five months and up sequestered and I can spend the whole next five months watching the patriots. What do you think that would be interesting to see Josh cooped up in a hotel room for five months? Specially if the patriots don't have a a great year. Yeah. Oh man, you talk about torture and especially if the patriots. Who's in the Red Sox, don't have a good end of their season today. We'll talk about the possible career end for future hall of Famer envy peas that could be on the move. We'll hear from Sarah Lang's the numbers game and the Mets. Jacob degrom joins us to talk about the inspiration for his mount present, big sexy. Let's get to it. It's just a conversation. It's no weekly dish with Keith law on baseball tonight, and Keith us Catherine SPN. He writes, SPN, he's on television for SPN and Keith. Let's look, we got a lot to get to today. Let's start with this one of the most enjoyable games a year crazy game between the brewers and the reds, Christian yelich six for six while hitting for the cycle and after the brewers, thirteen to twelve win. I read an account where the first thing he did when he walked into locker and reporters are waiting for him. He just sat down and sort of plopped in his chairperson, man. I'm really tired. You can't. You can't blame him in. Here's what he also said. Give listen. You know, going to be really honest with you. I in the cage reforming our rained out. It was not good. Just gotta go out there on those days and then compete. Honestly, just trying to find a way and try and help the boys wind find any any way you can help the team win. And that was really the goal tonight. And you know, like I said earlier, just one of the craziest games of I've been a part of and it's really a huge win for us out at this point season, and you know, really glad we come out on top from Fox Sports, Wisconsin, and Keith, even I've talked about what a great trade this was for the brewers. What a great deal by David. Starnes I got asked this question in a radio spot this morning about what's more impressive. The cycle or the six for six. And I was like, without a doubt, it's a six for six that you don't see that very often. I look, this is just this is truly my opinion. I have readers who loved the cycle. They get excited. They're tweeting at me when cycles are in progress. It's not that I mind necessarily adjust not the cycle. Just never did that much for me. It's sort of more like a fluky kind of weird event, but six for six to me is is way more impressive feels way more difficult. In for me, that's yeah, that's much more would be much words thing to me as a fan. Once you get even to five for five, that's unusual enough. And then the possibility of a guy going six for six in what a ten inning game that just seems. I don't know. I haven't looked at. I've done a play index search on baseball reference. It just seems way more than usual to see something like that. Yeah, it's only the fourth time since one thousand nine hundred twenty that a player's going six for six also getting the cycle. So an impressive game for Christian yelich. One of the plays in that game that everybody was talking about as it happened after it happened was a situation in the sixth inning. I believe Michael Herenton was at the plate for the Cincinnati Reds. You and I both know what a great hitter is he squared avant on a one to count that we can ask my friend, Jim Riggleman why would think about having Lorenzen bunt on a wanted to count? But he squared avant in the pitch was up in. He was falling back and as he fell backwards, the pitch hit his bat, and it was fouled off. And of course. Brewers felt, hey, he fouls, right. Three bonnet tempt. It should be a strike three, but the unpire is ruled in that moment. No. In fact, he wasn't trying to bunt and after the game, I saw a poll reported talk to the fires. What he got back was the conversation went to the basic question of what is a bunt and they decided that it was not a bun attempt the bad continue to hit a three run Homer. The brewers weren't happy about it. The overcame it anyway. I thought the fires got it right. When I saw the play, Keith. What about you? So I think it's extremely subjective. If you watch the reply effective, just pulled it up again now, just to be sure I'm not talking out of the air here. He his whole body is moving back. He really has pulled the bat back. Like typically, you would expect if the ball wasn't coming directly at him, you'd have to almost retract the bunt attempt. Right? You expect the hitter's hands to move backwards. His whole body is moving backwards, and of course he's taking the bat with it. So I under- I think. The tires? Got it, right. And I liked the fact that the buyers consulted afterwards to this was not one guy just trying to sort of put himself at center of attention. But instead it looked like they actually tried to make a group decision. Get other opinions guy, get the opinions from the other umpires what was happening here because obviously he did foul the ball off strictly. You could say, well, his hand scripts bat was still squared. At that point, I would not be screaming if they had gone the other way, but given the fact that his entire body was moving backwards away from the pitch. I at least understand why they on Pires ruled the way they did. Yeah, hundred percent of the brewers. Certainly gonna feel better about it because at the end of the day they won the game in the midst of a pen arrays in the National League. Albert pools is having surgery or had surgery on this will effectively end his season. He's thirty eight years old. He finishes two thousand eighteen with a two eighty nine on base percentage nineteen homers a seven hundred. Keith e has eighty seven million dollars left on his. Contract for the next three years. I do think now that Albert's thirty eight to nine, you know that there's not a lot of hope that he's going to get better. It is the angels have now reached that point where they should sit down this off season, have a conversation with them about, you know what? Albert, we don't know what's going to happen. Moving forward will evaluate your in spring training, then we'll all make a decision about what's going to happen moving forward because this is such a critical time for the angels, not only they trying to win and get back to being a competitive organization, the rebuilding the form system. They got some momentum going on with different things. They got in a Shohei Ohtani. They have two years left with Mike trout, and they're essentially auditioning for trout is to whether or not he's gonna resign with his team and you can't have a first baseman with those type of that type of production every year, six hundred plate appearances for our pools and you're getting that type of performance from him. At some point, you have to have a conversation about just eating the. Contract and moving forward? Yes, I think they, I actually think they reached the point where they should have done that after last season. Obviously, this is an ownership decision, right? This is not on Billy up. Learned sheriff, Billy after were given free reign. He would just release the player that this point, especially his pools, hit some of those milestones. He was very close to after last season while now he's reached those and I think it would be. If they had done something after last season, it might have been seen as disrespectful to pool whole situ. His legacy in may be depriving angels fans of watching him, hit a milestone were past that point, and he's he is simply terrible at this point. That's two straight seasons of an on base percentage under to ninety. So six hundred plate appearances. We're talking about four hundred thirty, four hundred forty outs that he's making every year and that's before even considering all the double plays. He hits in two zero, two negative value. He provides on the basis the lack of any defensive value whatsoever at this point because he so old and because his body has broken down on him, we can. This does not affect his legacy as a player he's at. I just looked on baseball references at ninety. Nine point nine career War. I think he's good. I think we're, we've hall of fame discussion is over at this point, but so is his career. He there's zero reason. No rational reason whatsoever from a statistical or scouting perspective to expect any kind of above. Replacement, bubble production from pools going forward. And you said the most important variable here. They have two years left with my trout. They have to absolutely go all in at this point with trout, if they're not gonna trade routes, obviously never never been on the table for them. They must try to feel the best possible team around him for the next two seasons. And the first thing to do that is to get rid of pool halls because he's the worst player on the team and every time he's in the lineup, he makes them worse. And here's another consideration for the angels as they move forward look Mike. So she has denied that these made the decision whether or not he's going to manage in two thousand nine hundred nine. He's not gonna managing angels in two thousand nineteen. He will. He will move forward and they will have a new manager in whether that's an Eric chevette as or a Brad office. What a brutal situation for a rookie manager like Eric chevette has to have to deal with the end of Albert pool halls career, and this isn't a perfect comp. But you remember when Tony LaRussa went to the cardinals. And took over that team. He had an aging future hall of Famer and Ozzie Smith very respected player and Tony LaRussa had to be the guy had to be the bad guy. Look Ozzie where we're better off. If you're not on the team, we're better off. If you're not in the lineup, it led to a lot of bad feelings. He was waving the organization for a lot of years. I think they would be doing Eric shove as a great service if they were to deal with this before with a manages first game. In

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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

05:37 min | 3 years ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"When it comes to tailgating your league of your own. So you got to pick a bun that plays at the same level, ballpark funds, otherwise, known as America's favorite funds, always deliver the goods, find ballpark funds near you at ballpark buns dot com. Baseball tonight. The podcast, this is the baseball tonight podcast for Monday, August twentieth, two thousand eighteen. I'm BUSTER only pinch hitting for Josh macrey today is these steamed, Anthony, Calatayud, Anthony, how you doing? I'm good BUSTER. How are you doing? Great. We just got through the little league classic on Sunday night. Little League World series going on here in williamsport. Got a lot of great stories. We're going to talk about today with Tim Kirch in about that a ton of news that developed over the course of the weekend with the injuries to players like Didi regardless in Chris sale, Justin Burland or gets his two hundred win. Todd Radim will join us with his quiz. We'll hear from Scott Kingery and Todd Frazier, let's get to it. Seen heads, rejoice. TIMMY time this great game or what with tin kurkin on baseball tonight and tip Garching covers baseball for ESPN in recent days. That means covering the Little League World series and being at the little league classic last night's, Tim. I saw you yesterday morning in the lobby at about seventy, and I'm like, what are you? What are you doing today? And you're like, I'm headed to the airport. Fun job of jumping on one of those buses with a little leaguers met with, I think you jumped on the bus with the Philadelphia Phillies is they wrote in with little leaguers. That must have been quite a scene. It was great and just to see, say retiring, just engaged with those kids. It was fabulous. This little kid braid shut of the Iowa team like went restocking the. I'm a great dancer, something like that. The middle of the buzz and I said, all right. Let me see it. Give me your five best moves here. And the kid was dancing in front of the entire team in the middle of the bus. Yesterday it was hilarious. And Scott Kyrie was just surrounded by kids as he should have been. Since he played here twelve years ago. It was another just reminder that these big leaguers all played at this level years ago and they all have something in common with these kids. It was. It was absolutely terrific. The Phillies handle themselves beautifully from what I can tell the Mets did the same thing and as you know, BUSTER, that's part of the point of all this is that the big leaguers have to get Volve and they're more involved than I ever thought they would be has really been good. Oh, and I had a conversation with rob Manfred before the little league classic last night, and it just mentioned him. If you look every time I've been in the situation where you see players in these special circumstances day always step up when I was covering the Yankees back in right after nine eleven. So players are so great with people. And then when we were Fort Bragg a couple years ago and they had all the servicemen coming up, they were so great and yesterday who so neat. You know, Todd Frazier, who's the perpetual little leaguer flying in let Saturday night. So he could participate in a bunch of stuff then and on Sunday morning, watching my Conforto Scott Kingery Little League World series alum. All the excitement that they had watching Noah Syndergaard taken from. I love those guys going into the stands at a notice a lot of the the little leaguers initially when Noah Syndergaard sat down, they kind of hold him back a little bit and maybe stepping back because the guy is so huge. He's like a superhero. And then eventually a couple of them come up and and he becomes just another ballplayer to them and they're having conversations. It was really cool. Tell me some of the cool things that you saw during the course of the day. Yeah. Well, I thought Jake Arrieta instant who's adad, which is so important that when your dad, you have a son of similar age here, I think you appreciate this even more. He stayed at the at the little league facility like two hours later than everyone else being just pitch the other day. So it wasn't needed at moments healed. He stayed and talk to those kids per two hours, showing them grips on. Pitches and how to throw this and have a throw that that engagement was just so great to see. And rob Manfred went to area after all this and thanked him for being so involved with the kids. I thought that was great. And in talking interviewing Scott King ary, which I know you did to BUSTER. I was really struck by the fact that when he was here as twelve year old, he was four foot nine and seventy five pounds. And he came back twelve years later as a big leaguer point is, doesn't matter how small you are at a certain age. You can make it as long as you, you know, continue to play the game, developed the skills and everything else, and I've known him struck, I hope this isn't too self serving by gape Kappler who asked me what is my role here? So I told him I am here for scale and context, so I can show everyone like how big of the players are at how small so far. And I told Gabe, I said, last year they, they figured this out fifty, three percent of the players were taller than me. And he looked at me and said, analytics.

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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"Hello, it's the fantasy focus baseball podcast in his Monday. It is August sixth and yes, I'm Tristan h cockroach here joining you to talk some baseball boy, that was a real fun weekend. So yeah, I'll try. I'll do my best not to be down in the dumps after a really ugly Yankee performance here, but what can you do? You know, there's, there's fans that all of us anyway. Eric Bill is off this week, so we've got AJ mass, joining him in his place. We've got Anthony Calatayud behind the glass, pushing all the buttons, making things happen. And of course our editorial watch Doug Leo Hal is here joining us AJ. I want to start since we really get the pleasure of getting to talk points leagues with you, and it's been a very exciting week for baseball. Okay. I'm kidding. It was terrible. I couldn't stand watching these four Yankees Red Sox games, but let's go back before that trade deadline. Let's talk some happy things. AJ I want to get just a quick reaction from you about points leagues wise. What was your big takeaway of this past week? Specifically the trade deadline. What's the one big takeaway for points leaks. I would say the one big takeaway is that none of these players the sh- really had a situation quite frankly, where I, I'm gonna change my impression of, I think, you know all the big names that move work is where they had playing time. They're going to continue to get playing time. I don't really say, you know, obviously the closers are different case than you know, when you lose your saves and you suddenly in a set up all that to completely different animal. We've discussed that you know no end, but in terms of of you know, points league in terms of just straight a league. I would say that when a player gets traded expect performance to go down a little bit simply because of the do environment, but generally speaking, they are after the trade who they were before the trade. So I don't really think there was a lot of situations here this year in particular that I'm changing my opinion on any of these guys. Hey, Jake, a wise comment there to to tempers. Enthusiasm about the traded players? You know, I, I mean, I think we fantasy tend to get overexcited about any sort of major breaking news changes of team situations in the lake, so it it does. It makes us take a step back a little bit and really appreciate true projections these players and try and be realistic about it. Anyway, we'll talk about some of those traded players, the closers. There's lots of news to get to all the injuries to. Let's dive right into the buzz. Buried the Lee long enough AJ the Yankees stunk and I'm gonna extend that back before the the Red Sox series. They're five games are just bad, fundamental baseball. What can you say? I don't know that there was an awful lot there that struck me from a fantasy perspective..

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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"Too beautiful thursday morning june twenty first two thousand eighteen i am eric tristen and we have research associate kyle soppe it with us and producer anthony calatayud no editorial watchdog today so watch today be the day i see something wrong and get suspended for a week or something like that all we have lots of discussed today and a lot of it has to do relief pitching some crazy things going on there we will also preview the long weekends along weakened for this show because we don't return it on monday and of course the hash browns the kyle read so eloquently little bit later on tristan who wins leagues we'll try to answer those questions only sometimes i'm just here to direct traffic let's go and here's the buzz the buzz is all about the relief pitchers yeah i know i know in time on a ride that's new stuff or relatively do all right so let's listen to the closer carousel let's get that going not sure what the biggest news among the relief pitcher set is we had a significant trade the second one from an aol team closer going to a place where he's going to be a set up man we had a a relief pitcher who doesn't well i'm not gonna call him names but this was not smart fought orleans time at the first time what the marlins and fought a door or wall he's out for a while and we had.

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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I think the thing with block is he's one of these teachers who least twice now has faced teams a second time and he's done better both times i think that's something that i like to look for is how the pitcher faces the same po the second time around and he's done better both times so i think that speaks a lot to how he makes better judgments than the opposition and napoli well for you know him going forward bestperforming change of his career so far an age a good point on this the second time i've said many times before the pitchers i think have the advantage the second time they face a team if he's capitalizing i'm with your thumbs up he's just so consistent to his v necks fep have been in the mid to high threes since he was a big leaguer like he's always the underlying stats are always there for him he's just always delivering a decent number of strikeouts limiting the walks and just doing everything right and he pitches the same game i mean look at this ground ball fly ball line driers like if it starts to be silly between sixty eight ground balls between seven and nine fly balls and three or four lines rise he pitches the same game he's time out i mean that kind of consistency is unbelievable trying to think of a comparable guy to him i can't i mean cal hendrix comes to mind where i wouldn't put them up in that that tier yet but he's more ground ball oriented strange pitcher very right consistent iowa great hash browns for today that'll wrap it up for the show so aj you'll be joining us again on thursday that'll be great to hear right you'll be back i you i am the third here romo of this podcast yeah well done well done we got to have some people backing up what we do of course thank you of course to leo how kyle soppe anthony calatayud behind the glass they always do a great job and we will.

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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"Baseball podcast here your hosts tristan kakharov an era caravel book is baseball it's thursday may tenth two thousand eighteen beautiful day looks sunny outside lots of day baseball what could be better i'm eric he is smiling with us as always a researcher and monster kyle soppy detoro watchdog leo how i'm producer anthony calatayud tristan we had a perfect guy not a perfect game a no hitter recently and no no no no no no no no canadian no hitter first guy ever to have a bald eagle fall on his shoulder and then pitcher no hitter yes so we will discuss james paxton on this show and maybe even compare them to some other pitchers maybe one day who didn't get an out and he'd be one earlier had a no hitter as well also we've got combo meals and the usual stuff with hashbrowns to here's the buzz the day the paxton was a tuesday the paxton had his monster game and he looked terrific and nobody's denying the paxton is a good pitcher my question with him always has been the durability how long can you count on him for like a mini strasbourg and that way you never even made it to one hundred sixty inning and that's not even fair to strasbourg who does the same day don bundy nan four home runs among seven hitters didn't get any outs i wrote and it might have been a little controversial that nothing changed for me on either of these pitchers when that happened paxton is still who he is the sixteen strike out guy from two starts ago who can be awesome but could also hurt his elbow tomorrow and bundy hasn't changed either do you agree with that i'm sorry i don't on bondi i do agree i'm paxton fully i don't think it changed much change for you well this two or three two of bundy's three worst outings in terms of the average fastball velocity of now come in his past two outings he routinely at ninety four miles parent 2016 has done it one one pitch this whole year has reached that velocity and there's the guy who relies on the velocity of that pitch he's gotten hammered to forty well hit average four fourteen well weighted on base on anything sub ninety three that's where he is now.

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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"He's no fantasy focus baseball podcast here your hosts tristan cockroach and eric era bell all right welcome to focus baseball for thursday april nineteenth two thousand eighteen i am eric he is tristen now we welcome as always researcher kyle soppe editorial watchdog leo how and producer anthony calatayud tristan lots to discuss on today's show injuries signings combo meals some great pitching pretty cool wouldn't you say pretty cold but can we put the injuries aside can't we do away with injuries well we're always gonna complain about something is going to be whether it's gonna be injuries going to be old people pushing out people you know whenever baseball needs a check box and the thing where he could check off disable injuries that'd be great that would be great all right let's get to the buzz we're going to start with look the player raider and some of the players that are doing pretty nicely whether they can keep this up garrett cole of houston i think we have the start they're pretty impressive i mean gary colin patrick corbin are the two starting pitchers in the overall top ten right now that i mean i mean is a different situation we'll get him a little bit later but what colin corbin or doing seems just as likely to continue as one otani can do on the mound when he's healthy of course i mean cole according to this only pitcher to a completely seven innings and all four of his starts to season he has four straight starts of seven innings and no more than five hits allowed the strikeouts he didn't have double digits on wednesday but still he faced the team doesn't strike out a lot in seattle it's pretty amazing what garrett cole is doing and i evaluate at him in my rankings and move them well and he was like my number fifteen starting pitcher i moved to corporate way up to his last outing.

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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"This he's no spanish focus baseball podcast here your hosts tristan cochran and eric era bell all right fine for the monday fantasy focus baseball it's april sixteenth two thousand eighteen i america is tristen got normal crew here researcher called soppy editorial watchdog leo how i'm producer anthony calatayud crazy week interests in the weather seems like one of the biggest stories was were half the games cancelled and it's on the six games on sunday did not not played weren't even close like they didn't even start and i have a head to head league and i think i got like six at bats yesterday and they had headley fear comes the ray again postponing the most games in history now tani has to face the red sox you'll still start for me i was a good one oh i just got off the top of my head i know here comes the rain again part came up but the yeah the tiny things struck me really like who improvising dude we were just we were just saying thank you thank you we were just saying that he was going to face the royals and giants and now gets the red sox and likely the answers the next time six games postpone yesterday and here's the other crazy kiki stat thinking he stat of the day elias says that there have been twenty two postponements already this year and in the past fifteen seasons that's five more than there have been through may first of any year that's bad right opponents you know not much the people that can be done about this people say will wire the games in the northeast or kansas city or saying louis first of all it takes a fifteenth april fifteenth but half the country's had bad weather also they don't want to start their season with twenty home games because they want school to come out and you know the kids to come to game so that's not fair that's not going to happen and if you say well why the seasons starting march again it's april fifteenth you're not starting after april fifteenth you're not shorting the season one hundred forty four games you mentioned some interesting with otani obviously his schedules which is he ended up not pitching last week he's still number one of the player raider he did not actually perform it all on the map.

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"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"anthony calatayud" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"This is no spanish focus baseball podcast here your hosts tristan cock robbed and eric era bell all right time for the thursday edition of the fantasy focus baseball for april twelfth two thousand eighteen america is tristen and we've got the normal crew awesome researcher cows soppy editorial watchdog leo how and producer anthony calatayud its own little pervert buell blunt benches clearing melee as you will what are you saying i threw behind your back oh ready you've done that before spikes up yeah what are nice night in baseball wasn't wednesday everybody getting hit people getting hurt but as long as playing the game the right way that's really all that matters and i do say that facetiously lots of get to today's show mainly injuries and we'll look ahead to the weekend and a little bit later on kyle will tell us what people on twitter have to say only the good stuff here's the buzz i pick an injury any injury last year's number one sure stop and the player weight or had his elbow fractured by a pitch this was not one of the benchclearing malays but elvis andrus going to be out of while i gotta think it's at least six weeks i haven't seen an update this morning yet but didn't look good and under the vibe a player and for years you and i have discussed him i just didn't want to really buy in never had any power didn't really deserve it at the top of lineup now all of a sudden he's twenty twenty guy your thoughts on anderson what the rangers due to replace him.

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