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Wheels in Motion for MLB Robot Ump Strike Zones

AP 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 8 months ago

Wheels in Motion for MLB Robot Ump Strike Zones

"Robot I'm players could be coming to Major League Baseball sooner than later on players agreed to cooperate with the MLB in the development and testing of an automated ball strike system as part of a five year labor contract announced Saturday the umpires association also agreed to cooperate and assist if commissioner rob Manfred decides to utilize the system at the major league level the technology has gone through some tests already with the independent Atlantic league becoming the first American professional league to lead a computer called balls and strikes and it's all star game this past summer in that test the plate umpire worn ear piece connected to an iPhone in his pocket and relayed the call upon receiving it from a track man computer system that uses doppler radar and I'll be as discussed installing the system at the class a Florida state league for twenty twenty if that test goes well in the computer so could be used a triple a in twenty twenty one as bugs are dealt with prior to a big league call up

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Are robot umpires the future of baseball?

AP 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 8 months ago

Are robot umpires the future of baseball?

"Robot I'm players could be coming to Major League Baseball sooner than later on players agreed to cooperate with the MLB in the development and testing of an automated ball strike system as part of a five year labor contract announced Saturday the umpires association also agreed to cooperate and assist if commissioner rob Manfred decides to utilize the system at the major league level the technology has gone through some tests already with the independent Atlantic league becoming the first American professional league to lead a computer call balls and strikes and it's all star game this past summer in that test the plate umpire worn ear piece connected to an iPhone in his pocket and relayed the call upon receiving it from a track man computer system that uses doppler radar and I'll be as discussed installing the system at the class a Florida state league for twenty twenty if that test goes well in the computer so could be used a triple a in twenty twenty one as bugs are dealt with prior to a big league call up

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Robot Umpire Calls Professional Baseball Game

Dishin' Digital

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Robot Umpire Calls Professional Baseball Game

"Dish in digital brought to you by H New York's ultimate cameras superstore and with that pitch of I for American professional baseball a robot called balls and strikes at the recent independent Atlantic League All Star game in your Pennsylvania. The system is called track man a sensor behind home plate US doppler radar to follow the pitch the empire equipped with an IPHONE air pods received the information from the computer and announced the call there were momentary delays as the empire waited for the computer umpires also have the ability to override the computer in case of an obvious glitch like when a ball bounces to the plate and crosses the strike zone obvious ball but something track man would register as a strike there.

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"atlantic league" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"This was supposed to have started in the Atlantic League at the beginning of the year in April and they had a handful of delays even up to and including I said said they figured out as they were trying to get this going that they needed to set up not just wi fi but extended wi fi for when the umpire Rome's out of his area so they were not able to get this going until recently ah they tested it out in a long island ducks in Somerset game and then they unveil it kind of the big public bells and whistles on bailing just last Wednesday at the Atlantic League all star Game. They're hoping to run it all through the second half of the year. It's not in Atlantic. League is an independent professional league so the minor leagues. It's not running yet in any of the minor league system so they're trying to work out all the kinks this year so the next step if they can get the kinks worked out then would be to move it into some minor leagues and then make sure they get it up and going there and they would have to run those tests in the minor leagues before come to the major so if everything goes well could be in the major leagues you know I'm GonNa say maybe within three years or so so I mean it's not that far out but if the tests don't go well you know it could be delayed a little bit beyond that but it's definitely something that M._l._B. is investing much time and money to and you know how that goes once you start investing money and they're not doing it just for fun. That's right Scott great peace. Thanks for calling hope this first of many times you <hes> you call into the show. Thanks again my pleasure. It's thank you guys Scott Miller of bleacher report do umpires dream of electronic strikes great piece. I mean stars the game aim he. He got soup to nuts and apparently again. It's the the the the way it was tested out as he mentioned in that Long Island ducks game. <hes> you know the manager that team he quotes in this piece is wally backman former met Oh okay and according wally the edges that were there spot on the edges they get the call strike spot on the edges. It's the the difference in height like judge strokes the play. Now Tuesday strolls the plate. You've got a recalibrate not as much rather have just an umpire just blow it with his own eyes then well. I didn't hear what he had. I heard I didn't hear was that ball. was that strike. That's my call strike then after the game no no no no they said ball in your ear no strike <hes> then you're like oh well. It should have been missed know what that's the system was just difficult. It's worked for over one hundred yards and plus the you know I just watched an entire episode of city on a hill which I've been catching up with having Kevin Bacon on on a plane yesterday with those Air Air Pods I had I had a cup my ears to hear it on a plane. They're not perfect baseball's always trying to fix the wrong thing but if they do do this you gotta get like for a strike you gotta get you know Enrico Palazzo St you run away right ball we should get like Vince Gully right just the voice of Vince Gully and for no track have Joe Wasko. Oh I dunno shrug and he's got it. You GotTa make sure when he's behind a mic Joe really get really get your all. Don't give a crap into hello. Oh Cameron Jordan. How are you sir good to see you? I'm getting frustrated but I'm great because he's frustrated on the callaway corner. Keep putting map keep putting them and then bottle your frustration and then take it out on the rest of the national football league this one of the best rushing the passer answer right here from the New Orleans Saints Cameron Jordan live in the N._F._l.. And the from the N._F._l...

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"atlantic league" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"By the catcher the Atlantic league is doing the opposite any pitch even if it's strike one here's a ball taken low they hit or not just a base runner if strike one gets by the catcher you can try if you want to try to go you know try to go on like that one I like the hobby one where your you know with that's pitchers talk enough we want every rule to cater toward the pitcher OR swings here and it's a high pop up we'll see if it's playable angular coming over toward the brewers dug out but it is beyond his reach over the dog got out of play strike one anyway I think initially baseball's not thinking at all those rules are going to come to the big leagues ever or or anytime soon but it is a way to use professional baseball would gather former big leaguers in that league guys who know how to play and just sort of see how it plays out see how it looks it's a good idea to try some things out I like it yeah I agree and that's that's the place to do it to be a breeding ground for something that we may see in the big leagues one day I have a few other ideas when the commission wants to call me I'll I'll get some things off my chest here's a called strike to to pull ares wanted to anything come to mind yeah so I mean I have a lot I have a long list and I'm not going to allow right now but I have some things I'd like for him to consider for the next wave of experimental rules would you move the number I would not has been considered one to **** outside to floor two and two well I want you to listen to the cookie cake show on Monday you see I have waited keep baseball in Denver you do is it's going to leave at the rate it's going two two pitch OR yanks it file third base side they've already tried the ball the guy yes your your all our guns or so I've got enough giving examples we just go with two balls in remote two strikes in three walls that's a so two strikes you're out yep.

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"atlantic league" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"The other things pitcher will be required to step off the rubber for pickoff attempts. A batter will be allowed one foul to strike bunt before a strikeout is called and lastly played umpires will define check swings more favorably for a better so all of these changes. I suppose seem of a piece they all seem intended to make the game more dynamic to get guys running to decrease strikeouts. I guess just more on Bass events more excitement and I continue to think that there may be just doing too many things at once this so many things that it will be hard to it's hard to keep track of all the things be. It's hard to assess the impact of any one of them. See It's getting to the point now where it must be pretty overwhelming or these players as I mean let's be on it. God Love It. We're probably going to come out in favor of it on this podcast but that stealing first base thing is stupid. That's like I'm not saying it's not gonNa work but like imagine going in and telling the players now you can do this yeah i. What are we doing yeah? We're going to have to have an authentic leaguer on the show just to talk about what they think of this because it must be jarring some of it's not even I mean you play the game for or your whole life under certain rules and now they're changing so many of them out once especially something like a pitcher will be required to step up the rubber for pickoff attempts all of a sudden. That's like that's muscle memory. That's like deeply ingrained probably right. That's gotta be a hard thing to just suddenly say okay. This is what you do now so I don't know if they're going to suspend ball calls until people get used to this or what but anyway it seems a little overwhelming but but I am interested in all of these rule changes and and I I've seen backlash to wire they tampering with baseball baseball's perfect et CETERA. This is making a mockery of the game. This isn't baseball anymore. People seem upset about this. At least some people and I'm not upset about it. I like it. I love that the Atlantic League is being used. Is this laboratory..

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 All-Star Game television rating sets record low

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:44 min | 1 year ago

All-Star Game television rating sets record low

"At the TV ratings from the all star game they're down a record low rating the A. L. S. four three win over the NL in Cleveland had a rating of five point oh down from last year's record low of five point two why did the low ratings well lots of factors interleague play is less in the excitement and drama the all star game used to be very special when the NL played the American League because the two sides you know you didn't have the intermingling like you do now throughout the year and youngsters really don't watch the game as much anymore a baseball apparently moves too slowly for some meanwhile in the Atlantic league that's an independently back east at their all star game last night they had a computer call balls and strikes the home plate umpire had an iPhone with a blue two theaters here a doppler radar system was set up in the press box and relayed the call to the umpire it went well apparently and Jeff passing of ESPN says that is the future I believe they will be in place within the next five years and and that may be like a little bit of an aggressive timetable but look there in the Atlantic Lee right now and then they're gonna bring its minor league baseball if it's at all successful this year probably next season at latest at twenty twenty one season I'd say by twenty twenty four there will be balls and strikes that are called by a by our robot overlords Alex Rodriguez is not happy I hate this and I hated with a passion first of all tires are so important to our game they're under rated there under appreciated and

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 'Robot umpires' debut in independent Atlantic League

WBZ Morning News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

'Robot umpires' debut in independent Atlantic League

"Out baseball fans here come the robots yeah you heard that right they have been given a shots during a minor league all star game the home plate umpire being told by an iPhone app how to call balls and strikes making the Atlantic league the first in professional baseball to give that job to a computer the system will be rolled out across the independent Atlantic league in the coming weeks but human umpires will still be there just in case you know the robots

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"atlantic league" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on Around the Horn

"The little fellow young people Tim cowlishaw would he pays you showdown one finger in the air not specified which finger twirling motion that is the international side for coaches challenged and it's now going to happen in this N._B._A.. Upcoming season you like it or want to challenge the challenge. Would he page no. I'm all in favor of it. Gives coaches the opportunity close to the the game to maybe change the outcome. I don't like the twirling idea. How about a laser light? I'm not sure I like what's going on here. Tony already burdened by so many stoppages to look at oh. Did somebody touch the ball going out of bounds here this this adds another layer of that. I don't not wrong there though we will be grading how people twirl their figures server absolutely point to cal showdown taking a charge from a seven foot six inch three hundred pound Topo fall. That's what Brandon Goodwin did. He's still alive. Retired got how long they were wiping up pieces of goodwood off the floor. Afterwards twenty nine seconds breakdowns him. Where did it go wrong for Mr Goodwin? I mean he's slid slid right out of the screen looks like the lifeguard stranger things spoiler alert but I realize talking to fall who did not get drafted was coming at him. Talk a fall. You're gonNA realize it TACO. Fall is is actually the Star R._E._I.. Entertainer at the entire summer leagues you don't take the fall against Taco fall in named up in a restricted area or John Seventeen gay some cash or you're up three to negative one stranger things have happened though in showdown showdown three stealing first base speaking stranger things Atlantic League going experiment with it for Jacob. Oh Gosh Washington Post if there's a ball that gets away from the Catcher at any point in a bat batters could try to steal I at least that's now. I really miss who knows good experiment or bad experiment when he page. I liked this radically with the long island ducks in those <hes> so skaters that are the current champions. I think they're the guinea pigs for baseball. This could be the start charter something big stealing I if you call it a hit especially I don't hate this I do wonder about guys swinging and missing and the ball gets away and the reviews of whether it was a foul tip or not one Hongwei overview but the idea of going on strike three kids doing on bulletin all right. This showdown got away from you what he page Tim Cowlishaw thirty seconds of face time. Oh Man we are so lucky in the tennis world <hes> Friday morning we will have Roger Federer versus Robin the doll for the fortieth time <hes> these guys refused not only to quit but even age at this point is they meet in the semifinals in Wimbledon. It has been eleven years since that legendary..

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"atlantic league" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on The Short Porch

"So I'm not in love with the idea. But I'm either vetting it out a little bit this year in the Atlantic league. You can see how that plays out. So we were going to get some more of that. So they're they're trying a few different things. What would you think Rowbottom pirate home plate? How I feel like I've been I've been I've been wanting that for a while. Just and it's not because I don't respect on Pires. I do and I like I like the human nature of the game. I am old school. But there's there's so much on the line with balls and strikes, and it's such a hard job. Like, you can't you're not gonna get them. Right. Like, it's really hard. And I just think being that there's so much on the line with balls and strikes. It'd be great if we can get them right because. You know, they affect people's careers and the seasons like in ways that are like really hard to hard to calculate wouldn't be less fun. Yelling at a robot though. Yeah. Although I try never to get empire. Because it's like, it doesn't do you any good? You want them to call? You wanna lose lose more pitching to give more bitches? Yeah. What about a pitch clock? I don't like it. I'm not for me. I mean the game. I I don't I don't like I don't like the clock between the innings. I mean, obviously, we want things to go in a timely manner. But I think like the clock is just not a thing that you for decades. And decades you went and saw a baseball game. And now to have a clock right in your face like as like hurry up and come set. And I don't know. I'm not a big fan of it between some of those rule changes. And you know, the free agency market taking so long to develop. It seems like there's building tension between players and owners, do you think we're headed for striking a couple years? I don't know. I don't know that it will happen. But I I will say this like the players are are very aware of everything that's happening. And really preparing for that possibility. Like, so I think if there was to be one like this would this would be the time. I'm just because like maybe the last couple negotiations like the players. It wasn't on our radar that that like a work stoppage could be a necessary like tactic. But I think the guys have really like really been paying attention to the last two years and really starting to ask the larger questions and even the young guy. So I think that the guys are more connected now than they probably were over the last ten years. And I think that's that's a powerful thing. If you could steal one pitchers pitch. Let's say the history of the game. Not even now who would be to just add the arsenal. That's a tough one. I mean, it'd be nice to have that Jordan Hicks hundred and three months. Springstreen for one week. You're just adjusting tickets and one oh three. Yeah. Yeah. That's crazy. It's also weird that he didn't have as many strikeouts. You'd think with that. But he also added a slider this off season. So that's yeah. Willing to bet that he's gonna strike a lot of guys this year. I think he's gonna learn figure out some things there was some more sliders figure out maybe four seamer. He's gonna punch tickets if he's the National League. All right. So before we start her up to more kind of just random well once a question one is an assessment question. Just what are few of your pet peeves? You seem like you might keep a list of pet peeves? Olis'? I I have a less. I I don't know if that's a common thing. But what what are some things that bother about baseball? No, just now life life, New York life. New York City bicyclists, really. Bay the rules of the traffic like they're just trying to cross the street and some guy just goes through red..

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"atlantic league" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

13:36 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"I these rules that are going to be implemented in the Atlantic league. Which by the way is a pretty good independently started here in the northeast do. New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York got a team the Long Island ducks. I some reason they put a team in Texas. I doesn't sit didn't seem to make sense doesn't make sense to me. They've had franchises. Join the league drop out of the league comeback in as I think two out of the original ones up to twenty years at the league has been an existence. I was kinda bombed because I had a Atlantic league team. Twelve months my house. It takes me. It's fifteen minutes my house into photocopy a proper and the field that was in Camden, New Jersey overlooked the Benjamin Franklin bridge, which ran from Camden into Philadelphia, so fourteen miles now somewhere thereabouts a really nice minor league stadium. Campbell field was the name of it. Campbell's has a major plant right down on. The Camden waterfront there, and they helped kick in money and bought the naming rights for the field and add the Camden Rigobert sharks for years, and they went belly up, which was unfortunate because it really was a quality stadium. I've been to minor league stadiums all over the country. And this one was as nice as most as nice as the stadiums that they have down in Florida and Arizona that major league games during spring training, and they just could make a work, which was unfortunate probably. So many entertainment dollars to go round and Philly is it is as I said just on the other side of the bridge and Phillies a diehard Phillies town, I was disappointed. They could make a work went to a bunch of games there over the years, but they no longer play in Camden bay redid the field. I guess Rutgers Camden, it's a spinoff university of Rutgers University, which is up in New Brunswick down in Camden. They'd got a campus as well. And they've got their own outlet programs. Not the same as Rutgers University itself in the big ten. They bought the field and turned it into a baseball slash softball slash soccer field. Which was a great stay. I'd bummed out by the Atlantic league is gone into bed with major league baseball. I guess MLB reached out to him and said, listen, we got some rule changes. We're contemplating. We don't want to do it. We're not gonna do it on a major league level. We'd have get okay. From the players to be able to do something like this. And we're not going to be able to slap it together. We're not even sure we want to do with our minor league teams because minor league teams were working on other things developing players. We're not sure that we want to do. So would you like us to fund the Atlantic league? And you accept the rule changes that we want you to implement for us. And apparently the Atlantic league said find they're not doing this out of the goodness. I can tell you that because they are as I mentioned earlier at least in part competitors. Because at Lantis league teams are within some kind of distance of a major league team. And we're gonna win Alantic league game. You're not going to a major league game. So they they shouldn't really wanna be helping each other out the only way it works. Is somebody's writing a check. So without having seen the financial agreement. That's in place. I'll speculate for you. Oh, MLB wrote a pretty good check to the Atlantic league and said we'd like you to implement these rule changes. So we can get a firsthand look at them in practicality on the field. So we can make a determination. Whether we'd be good for our game. The game on is the pi levels. No mound visits for anyone other than the pitching coach for other than excuse me for pitching changes or medical issues. So the pitching coach can't come out and talk to the patriot anymore. The cat catcher can't go out and talk to the pitcher anymore. Page has got to be out there on an island by himself that is certainly targeting pace of play. They want to speed up the game of baseball. I think it's a little overreactive. I'd like what they did last year. Limiting the numbers of visit. You could have rather than white them all loud. I think that's an over. Stamp in trying to speed up the game. So I don't like it. But I understand it yet about pace of play the elimination of most defending champs by requiring to infielders on each side of second base. I like I sign off on it. I don't like it because yes, you're limiting defence. And defence should be part of the game. You're handicapping defense. But in professional sports date put rules in all the time to protect teams against themselves that they've gotten so good at crunching the numbers and figuring out when and when not to share that it is hurting offense in baseball 'cause ships do the job that they're supposed to do and limit deadpool laters and take base away by having guys properly plays defensively on the diamond and baseball wants more offense. So it should be as easy to say as well. Just tell the hitter to hit them where they aren't that makes sense. But major league baseball doesn't want to ask that the players. They want to have them. Go up there and swing it. So they are kind of plating eliminating shifting by keeping to integral design each side of the diamond. That's to increase offense in major league. Baseball three batter. Minimum for pictures, barring injuries. I think that plays into pace of game as well. Because the managers are just going out there and changing patriots all the time and having to have thirteen patriots on I twenty five man roster. You got nine possession of your in American League at ten ten positions. Available. Colluding designated hitter. Of what you're gonna use for just one position and the other half of our positions. Well, they can limit the number of picture you being used by going. What's I'm like this? And I laid out my staggered approach that yes, this could be implemented for the first seven innings every game. But in the eighth inning, you've demand you're a little bit more flexibility. You only have to pay to hitters ninth-inning win the game. Truly is on the line. Well, have to play phase one if you wanna pull a guy right away. I think it really will. It keeps the essence of managers and strategy and a game exempt as a matter of fact, I think it adds to it moving the patriots. Rob a back an additional two feet to sixty two feet six inches karma. During the second half of the season is the most ludicrous thing I've ever heard of in my entire life Wiegand debate. How much moving the rubber back to feet would do. Yes. The boss gotta travel longer. You can't throw it as hard. It can be as hard coming out of your hand. Is it was? But it's got to slow down gravity is gonna take old so ninety nine could become ninety seven ninety five could become ninety two. It should make it easier for the headers adjustment period for the pitchers as well. I think that's for the good. I'm ready willing and able to take a look at that. In the middle of the year is asinine. I never heard of anything like that. First of all, what are you gonna do? Take two weeks off and fix all the fields. And I know by the way, just tell the bridges yet go out and throw from two feet further after they've worked on getting their motion. Exactly, right. From say, it's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. If you're going to do something like that you need to implemented over time not changing in the middle of the season and the one that annoys me the most the use of track man radars to assess home plate umpire calling balls and strikes assist. Somebody needs to explain this to me, I think you meant to say replace home plate on Pires calling balls and strikes because if they put radar in if they put lays in the empire's going to no longer make the call a laser's going to make the call, and I didn't grow up playing video games. When I was a kid, we had this novel idea if you light sports, you went out and actually played them rather than sit in front of a console and a sixty inch television with a joystick in your hand. So I was never a video kid. This wasn't it. Feels like to me major league baseball would become joystick time that lasers are deciding to game rather than actual play individuals humans umpires I like instant replay ever call is wrong. I wanna get it. Right. You have to have some implementation with actual human beings. And I think the empire's do as good a job as they can call balls Baltin strikes. So that's one I will you'll never get me to buy. I'll never give up the game. I loved major league baseball. But I will watch it with lasts forever. If they go to this this one as as Eddie attic is changing the length of the pitch in season as dumb as that is. I do that before I go to lasers. Call him Baltin strikes. Eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four. What do you take Tom from Albany up on CBS sports radio? I tommy. Hey, jodie. Nice. Taking my call. You got. But. With all the pace of play stuff. You know, the one thing I'll tell you. Now, this is an admittedly small sample size. But everybody I've talked to my friends who were based. Okay. And I heard it in other places too. I think you're on you know, you say the right thing with it's the pace of play not necessarily like the game. But I'm telling you right now from you know, from what I can tell listen the callers on sports radio. It's the biggest thing that is getting people away from the game. And that they say is the schlepping in between pitches that is you know, all the other changes that they're that. They're thinking about in front of implement their great. But you know, the one I'd like to see and I'm a huge baseball fan the whole night. It's my favorite sport. I'd like to see the pitch FOX. I really would. And listen, we've known that in the game of basketball. They implemented any number of wolves to just get the players to play the game. There is the twenty four th you know, there's the shot clock. There's the inbound rule. There's the half court will there's the three second rule, you know, play play. O'clock. Good football. Yeah. There's a play clock. And you're just to get the players to get the game going. And that to me is the biggest thing the pitching changes. You know, I see where they're coming from. And they did a good job. In terms of limiting the mound visits, contributing to the schlepping. It was well, but the big thing is the Nomar Garciaparra stepping out in you know, tying his batting gloves in between each pitch the pitcher walking around on the mountain ration bag five times. You know? It's that's the big thing that more than anything. I really don't mind the three and a half hour game. And I'm hearing more and more people say that as well. It's just they have to get off. You know, again, you've probably heard this before you've probably seen it before. And you remember it you go back on any one of the, you know, I yes, never up here. And you watch the Yankee classic games for the always win. It's yeah. I mean, you watch any of those games like Dave Righetti perfect game or any of the games from the nineteen throwing pre strike, and you just it's it's almost amazing. You know in I was in my teenager, then. And I didn't even remember how fast the game. But I watch it now. And it was just the ball back. Get a new ball pitch. Hit next banner comes up, and you know, and that's the way they have to get back to that. Tommy while I'm with you. I got bad news brought to you. And I doesn't look like it's going to happen because they put the pitch clocks in just purely for spring training. And they said it's not gonna happen during the year. We just want to see if the players can get used the players can deal with it. We just wanna get a look at it. Get a feel for it. It's still being used but the empire's never in horse. It it goes to zero zero all the time and nobody ever gets an extra ball on him. They ever get an extra strike raider. If they're not in by the time the pitch created gonna pitches, Reggie go. They said it, but then they didn't implement it. So I'm with you. I think it could really pick up the pace of play. There are some massive individuals that slow the game down that abuse the amount of time that players have now been given and take readily between every single page, and I think with a concerted effort they could clean that up and change it around in a heartbeat. They gave a half hearted effort this spring. Most of the players complained about the pitch clock more. So the patriots than the players, and I guess major league baseball decided, and we're constantly contact with their empires and said, listen, we can't just not do it. Because we said we are committed to it for its spring training. So it's going to be there..

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"atlantic league" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

12:01 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I these are rules that are going to be implemented in the Atlantic league. Which by the way is a pretty good independently started here in the northeast do. New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York got a team the Long Island ducks. I some reason they put a team in Texas. Doesn't sit didn't seem to make sense. Still doesn't make sense to me. They've had franchises joined the league drop out of the league comeback in his I think two out of the original ones over the twenty years at the league has been in existence. I was kinda bombed because I had a Atlantic league team. Twelve months my house. It takes me fifteen minutes, my house into photocopy a proper and the field that was in Camden, New Jersey overlooked the Benjamin Franklin bridge, which ran from Camden into Philadelphia, so fourteen miles somewhere there abouts a really nice minor league stadium. Campbell's field was the name of it. Campbell's has a major plant right down on. The Camden waterfront there, and they helped kick in money and bought the naming rights for the field and add the Camden Reeb river sharks for years, and they went belly up, which was unfortunate because it really was a quality stadium. I've been to minor league stadiums all over the country. And this one was as nice as most as nice as the stadiums that they have down in Florida and Arizona that major league games during spring training. And they just couldn't make a work, which was unfortunate. Probably. So many entertainment dollars to go round and Philly is it is as I said just on the other side of the bridge and Phillies a diehard Phillies town, I was disappointed. They could make a work went to a bunch of games staff over the years, but they no longer play in Camden. They redid the field. I guess Rutgers Camden, it's a spinoff university of Rutgers University, which is up New Brunswick, downing Camden. They've got a campus as well. And they've got their own athletic programs and not the same as Rutgers University itself in the big ten. They bought the field and turned it into a baseball slash softball slash soccer field. Which was it was a great stadium. I bummed out by the Atlantic league is got into bed with major league baseball. I guess MLB reached out to him and said, listen, we've got some rule changes. We're contemplating. We don't want to do it. We're not going to do it on a major league love. We'd have get okay. From the players to be able to do something like this. And we're not going to be able to slap it together. We're not even sure we want to do with our minor league teams. Minor league teams were working on other things developing players. We're not sure that we want to do. So would you like us to fund the Atlantic league? And you accept the rule changes that we want you to implement for us. And apparently, the Atlantic league said fine. They're not doing this out of the goodness in Iran. I can tell you that because they are as I mentioned earlier at least in part competitors. Because Atlantic league teams are within some kind of distance of a major league team. And we're gonna win. When Orlando bleed game you're not going to a major league game. So they they shouldn't really wanna be helping each other out the only way it works. Is somebody's writing a check. So without having seen the finance agreement. That's in place. I'll speculate for you. Oh, MLB wrote a pretty good check to the Atlantic league and said we'd like you to implement these rule changes. So we can get a firsthand look at them in practicality on the field. So we can make a determination. Whether we'd be good for our game. The game on is the pie levels. No mound visits for anyone other than the pitching coach for. Other than excuse me for pitching changes or medical issues. So the pitching coach can't come out and talk to the pitcher anymore. The catcher can't go out and talk to the pitcher anymore. The patriots gotta be out there on an island by himself that is certainly targeting pace of play. They want to speed up the game of baseball. I think it's a little over reactive. I'd like what they did last year. Limiting the numbers of visit. You could have rather than white them all loud. I think that's an over. Stap in trying to speed up the game. So I don't like it. But I understand it yet about pace of play the elimination of most defender of shifts by requiring to infielders on each side of second base. I like I sign off on it. I don't like it because yes, you're limiting defence. And defence should be part of the game. You're handicapping defense. But in professional sports, they put rules in all the time to protect teams against themselves that they've gotten so good at crunching the numbers and figuring out when and when not to share that it is hurting offense in baseball. 'cause shifts do the job that they're supposed to do and limit deadpool laters and take basis away by having guys properly placed defensively on a diamond and baseball wants more offense. So it should be easy to say as little just tell the hitter to hit them where they aren't that makes sense. But major league baseball doesn't want to ask that the players. They want to have them. Go up there and swing it. So they are kind of plating eliminating shifting by keeping to infielders on each side of the diamond. That's to increase offense in major league. Baseball three batter. Minimum for pitchers barring injuries. I think that plays into pace of game as well. Because the managers are just going out there and changing pitches all the time and having to have thirteen patriots on a twenty five man roster. You got nine position of your in American League. You got ten ten position to Bill including designated hitter half of which you're gonna use for just one position and the other half were all of the positions. Well, they can limit the number of pitches. Are you being used by going with? I'm like this. And I laid out my staggered approach that yes, this could be implemented for the first seven innings every game. But in the eighth inning give demand. You're a little bit more flexibility. You only have to pay to hitters ninth-inning win the game. Truly is on the line. We only have to play face one hitter. If you wanna pull a guy right away. I think it really will. It keeps the essence of manner. And strategy in a game exempt as a matter of fact, I think it adds to it. Moving the patriots a back in additional two feet to sixty two feet six inches comma during the second half of the season is the most ludicrous thing I've ever heard of in my entire life. We can debate how much moving the rubber back. Two feet would do. Yes. The balls gotta travel longer. You can't throw it as hard. It can be as hard coming out of your hand. Is it was? But it's got a slowdown gravity is gonna take home. So ninety nine could become ninety seven ninety five could become ninety two. It should make it easier for the headers adjustment period for the pitchers as well. I think that's good again. I'm ready willing and able to take a look at that. In the middle of the year is asinine. I never heard of anything like that. First of all, what are you gonna do? Take two weeks off and fix all the fields. And I know by the way, just tell the pictures. Yeah. Go out and throw from two feet further after Dave. She worked on getting emotion. Exactly. Right. From say, it's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. If you're going to do something like that you need to implemented over time not changing in the middle of the season and a one that annoys me the most the use of track man radars to assist home plate umpire, calling balls and strikes. Assist. Somebody needs to explain assist to me. I think you meant to say replace home plate umpires calling balls and strikes because if they put radar in if they put lays in the empire's can no longer make the call a laser is going to make the call, and I didn't grow up playing video games. When I was a kid, we had this novel idea if you like sports, you went out and actually played them rather than sit in front of a console and a sixty inch television with a joystick in your hand. So I was never a video kid. This was feels like to me major league baseball would become joystick time that lasers are deciding to game rather than actual play individuals humans umpires I like instant replay ever call is wrong. I want to get it. Right. You have to have some implementation with actual human beings. And I think the empire's do as good a job as they can call him, balls and strikes. So that's one I will you'll never get me to buy. I'll never give up the game. I love major league baseball. But I will watch it with less pervert, if they go to this this one as as Eddie addic- is changing the length of the pitch in season as dumb as that is. I do that before we go to lasers. Call him Baltin strikes. Eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four. What do you think? Tom from Albany is up on CBS sports radio. I tommy. Hey, Jodie next taking my call. You gotta but with all the pace of play stuff. You know, the one thing I'll tell you. Now, this is an admittedly small sample size. But everybody I've talked to my friends who are based. Okay. And I've heard it in other places too. I think you're on the you know, you're saying the right thing with it's the pace of play not necessarily the game. But I'm telling you right now from you know, from what I can tell with no callers on sports radio. It's the biggest thing that is getting people away from the game. And that they hate is the schlepping in between pitches that is you know, all the other changes that they're that. They're thinking about and trying to implement their great. But you know, the one I'd like to see and I'm a huge baseball fan the whole night. It's my favorite sport. I'd like to see the pitch FOX. I really would. And listen we've known that in the game of basketball implemented any number of rules to just get the players to play the game. There is the twenty four th you know, there's the shot clock. There's the inbound rule. There's the half court will there's the three second rule, you know, the play clock and football. Yeah. There's a play clock. And you're just to get the players to get the game going. And that to me is the biggest thing the pitching changes. You know, I see where they're coming from one. I think they did a good job in terms of limiting the mound visits gazette was contributing to the schlock put well, but the big thing is the Nomar Garciaparra stepping out, and you know, tying batting gloves in between each pitch the pitcher walking around on the mail bag five times. It's that's the big thing that more than anything. I really don't mind the three and a half hour game. And I'm hearing more and more people say that as well. It's just they have to get you know, again, you've probably heard this before you've probably seen it before. And you remember you go back on any one of the. Yes. Number up here. And you watch the Yankee classes games for the Yankees always win. It's yeah. I mean, you watch any of those games like they Righetti perfect game or any games from the nineteen nineties pre strike, and you just it's it's almost amazing. You know in I was in my teenager, then..

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"atlantic league" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"Check it all at geiko dot com. I these are rules that are going to be implemented in the Atlantic league. Which by the way is a pretty good independently started here in the northeast new. New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York a team the Long Island ducks for some reason, they put a team in Texas. Doesn't see didn't seem to make sense to let make sense to me. They've had franchises joined league drop finally come back in. I think two out of the original ones over the twenty years at the league has been in existence. I was kinda bombed because I had a Atlantic league team. Twelve months my house. It takes me. It's fifteen minutes. My house into vote out be a proper and the field. That was in Camden, New Jersey overlooked the Benjamin Franklin bridge, which ran from Camden into Philadelphia, so fourteen miles from somewhere thereabouts. A really nice minor league stadium. Campbell field was the name of it. Campbell's has a major plant right down on. The Camden waterfront there, and they helped kick in money and bought the naming rights but a field and add the Camden Rega river sharks for years, and they went belly up, which was unfortunate because it really was a quality stadium. I've been to minor league stadiums all over the country. And this one was as nice as most as nice as the stadiums that they have down in Florida and Arizona major league games during spring training. And they just couldn't make a work, which was unfortunate. Probably. So many entertainment dollars to go round and Philly is it is as I said just on the other side of the bridge and Phillies a diehard Phillies town, I was disappointed. They could make a work went to a bunch of games there over the years, but they no longer play in Camden. They redid the field. I guess Rutgers Camden, it's a spinoff university of Rutgers University, which is up in New Brunswick down in Camden. They'd got a campus as well and got their own athletic programs and not the same as Rutgers University itself in a big, Dan. They bought the field and turned it into a baseball slash softball slash soccer field. Which was it was a great stadium. I'd bummed out by it. But the Atlantic league is got into bed with major league baseball. I guess MLB reached out to him and said, listen, we've got some rule changes. We're contemplating. We don't want to do it. We're not gonna do it on a major league. Love forget, okay. From the players to be able to do something like this. And we're not going to be able to slap it together. We're not even sure we want to do with our minor league teams 'cause minor league teams were working on other things developing players. We're not sure that we want to do. So would you like us to fund the Atlantic league? And you accept the rule changes that we want you to implement for us. And apparently, the Atlantic league said fine. They're not doing this out of the goodness in Iran. I can tell you that because they are as I mentioned earlier at least in part competitors. Because Atlantic league teams are within some kind of distance of a major league team. And we're going to Atlantic league game you're not going to a major league game. So they shouldn't really wanna be helping each other out the only way it works. Is somebody's writing a check. So without having seen the financial agreement. That's in place. I'll speculate for you. Oh, MLB wrote a pretty good check to the Atlantic league and said we'd like you to implement these rule changes. So we can get a firsthand look at them in practicality on the field. So we can make a determination. Whether we'd be good for our game. The game on is the pie levels. No mound visits for anyone other than the pitching coach for other than excuse me for pitching changes or medical issues. So the pitching coach can't come out and talk to the patriot anymore. The catcher can't go out and talk to the pitcher any more debates has got to be out there on an island by himself that is certainly targeting pace of play. They want to speed up the game of baseball. I think it's a little overreactive. I'd like what they did last year. Limiting the numbers of visit. You could have rather than white them all loud. I think that's an over. Stamp in trying to speed up the game. So I don't like it. But I understand it yet about pace of play the elimination of most defensive chips by requiring to infielders on each side of second base. I like I sign off on it. I don't like it because yes, you're limiting defence. And defence should be part of the game. You're handicapping defense. But in professional sports, they'd put rules in all the time to protect teams against themselves that they've gotten so good at crunching the numbers and figuring out when and when not to shift that it is hurting offense in baseball 'cause ships do the job that they're supposed to do and limit deadpool laters and take basics away by having guys properly placed defensively on the diamond and baseball wants more offense. So it should be easy to say as well. Just tell the hitter to hit them where they aren't that makes sense. But major league baseball doesn't want to ask that the players. They want to have them go up there and swing it for defense. And so they are kind of plating eliminating shifting by keeping to infielders on each side of the diamond. That's to increase offense in major league. Baseball three batter. Minimum for pitchers barring injuries. I think that plays into pace of game as well. Because the managers are just going out there and changing pictures all the time and having thirteen pages on I twenty five man roster. You got nine possession of your in American League. You got ten ten position develop including designated hitter. You're gonna use for just one position and the other half for all of our positions. Well, they can limit the number of pitches there he'd been used by going what's on like this. And I laid out my staggered approach that yes, this could be implemented for the first seven innings every game. But in the eighth inning, you've demand you're a little bit more flexibility. You only have to face to hitters ninth-inning when the game truly is on the line. Well, we have to play face one editor if you wanna pull the guy right away. I think it really will. It keeps the essence of managers and strategy and a game exempt as a matter of fact, I think it adds to it moving the pitcher's rubber back in additional two feet to sixty two feet six inches comma during the second half of the season is the most ludicrous thing I've ever heard of in my entire life. We can debate how much moving the rubber back to feet would do. Yes. The boss gotta travel longer. You can't throw it as hard. It can be as hard coming out of your hand. Is it was? But it's got to slow down gravity is going to take old so ninety nine could become ninety seven ninety five could become ninety two. It should make it easier for the headers adjustment period for the pitchers as well. I think that's for the good of I'm ready willing and able to take a look at that. In the middle of the year is asinine. I never heard of anything like that. First of all, what are you gonna do? Take two weeks off and fixed all the fields. And I know by the way, just tell the bridges. Yeah. Go out and throw from two feet further after they've worked on getting emotion. Exactly. Right. From say, it's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. If you're going to do something like that you need to implemented over time not change in the middle of the season and the one that annoys me the most the use of track man radars to assess home plate umpire calling balls and strikes assist. Somebody needs to explain this to me. I think you meant to say replace home plate umpires calling balls and strikes because if they put radar in if they put lays in the empire's to no longer make the call a laser's going to make the call, and I didn't grow up playing video games. When I was a kid, we had this novel idea if you liked sports, you went out actually played them rather than sit in front of a console and a sixty inch television with a joystick and your and so I was never a video kid. This was it feels like to me major league baseball would become joystick time that lasers are deciding the game rather than actual play individuals humans umpires I like instant replay ever call is wrong. I want to get it. Right. You have to have some implementation with actual human beings. And I think the empire's do as good a job as they can call him, balls and strikes. So that's one I will you'll never get me to buy. I'll never give up the game. I love major league baseball, but I will watch with lasts forever. If they go to this this one as as Eddie is changing the length of the pitch in season as dumb as that is. I do that before I would go to lasers. Call him ball, two strikes. Eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four. What do you think? Tom from Albany is up on CBS sports radio. I tommy. Hey, Jodi, thanks for taking my call. You got it. But. With all the pace of play stuff. You know, the one thing I'll tell you. Now, this is an admittedly small sample size. But everybody I've talked to my friends who are basically. Okay. And I've heard it in other places still figure on you know, you say the right thing with it's the pace of play not necessarily like the game. But I'm telling you right now from you know, from what I can tell us no callers on sports radio. It's the biggest thing that is getting people away from the game. And that they is the schlepping in between pitches. That is you know, all the other changes that they're that. They're thinking about in front of implement their great. But you know, the one I'd like to see and I'm a huge baseball fan. The homeland my favorite sport. I'd like to see the pitch FOX. I really would. And listen we've known that in the game of basketball implemented any number of rules to just get the players to play the game. There is the twenty four. You know, there's shot clock. There's the inbound rule. There's the half court will there's three second rule, you know, play the play clock and football. Yeah. It was a play clock. And you're just to get the players to get the game going. And that to me is the biggest thing the pitching changes. You know, I see where they're coming from one. I think they did a good job in terms of limiting the mound visits contributing to the with this this. Well, but the big thing is.

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"atlantic league" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"In the more laxed. You are the better your body is doing what you want it to do. So it's something that you have to learn with basically being thrown into the fire. You gotta learn it yourself and just go through it. Find comfortable waiting in that situation. So. So you're Twitter bio says I get paid to play baseball with my friends, which sounds like you're enjoying life as it is. But of course, you like every other player have the goal of getting to the big leagues. So where do you feel closest to that? And where do you feel furthest from that? Because I would guess, you know, you're in the Atlantic league, you're playing with a lot of big leaguers you played with Ryan Webb this year, whom we've talked about a lot in the past is that where you kind of feel like you're getting seen and where you might actually get the call as opposed to somewhere like Taiwan arrest Rilya. Yes. Yeah. I would say definitely the Atlantic league's where closest to getting called or maybe out here. There are a lot of pitching coaches or any of the coaches out here are you know, inefficient that ball somewhere with team. So there's is on you here as well. But Atlantic league like, yeah. There's guys that go down and w triple A and people get signed pretty quickly out of the Atlantic league. I think I heard that the reason. Why that hadn't happened in the last two years from his I just don't have AA time. So teams don't really want to sign a guy into Stroman AA, if he hasn't been there yet, they wanna more experienced guy who's been there and done that. So, you know, part of it's frustrating wait for the the right time. Somebody somewhere is gonna see you in like, you get a shot, and if not just play until you can't anymore and have fun but Atlantic league. Yeah. There's a lot of ex big leaguers a lot of eyes on you. So that's where you feel closest to getting that shot. Anyone might argue the with your your time in Venezuela. You're sort of pitching it. Let's say a AA equivalent level. You know, there's there's Franklin burritos down there. Lewisville Bueno has been down there at one hundred down there, dumb and young Harold Ramirez. Like their major league talent former major league talent. So I guess if you had the opportunity to sell yourself you'd say, well, look, I struck Williams twice. A what more do you need to know? Absolutely. Yeah. Definitely facing is here, and knowing that people who are making those decisions know that those guys are out here. It'll really help putting up good numbers here to, you know, make that Bush and hope for the best and how far in advance do you typically know where in the world, you're going to be? I mean, you know, next season where you're going to pitch or if it's winter, do, you know, where you're in summer, if it's summer d'you know where you'll be in winter because I mean, just Instagram stocking. You it looks like you're engaged. So I guess that you know, you have someone who is maybe traveling with you or or not seeing you for long stretches of time. So how does that affect your life and your.

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"atlantic league" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on Get Up!

"You gotta get. Walk and she's chasing the great six to number six Atlantic league Lexington and West Virginia. Watch this again, watch brewer, Hicklin. Look at the adjustment. He makes. Any safe. That's not. That's really not number five, hot ice roller hockey tournament. What does the diving save here by Kevin Dwyer? Take another look at it couldn't get over there and make that flight. I, I could play hot ice 'cause I hate cold things. No, just missing late war. Straw, watch them up on the hill. That's good. I'm like, those every stadium should have that was going to say, why. Love it for the guy that doesn't have to be out the right. AA baseball. What's lane? Thomas actually had this one on the show yesterday, but it's pretty good. I, let's lane Tom, it's up against the wall and over. It makes the catch bowl wall. That's that's a nice play. Number two is the ultimate frisbee here. Okay, semi is the world club championships and you were just going to see Laura owes spinal, lay out, right? Throw it up. Just go get it Laura. No chance for all receive was like, we gotta get it. Can't. Yup, that's an underrated sport. Finally, number one, single eight baseball down east would ducks. And I want you to watch Alex wall chick with the bobble into Hotta is there to make the play and they get. You've got my back. I got, yeah, it's the seven, six, three, then seven. Here's okay. And watch the tag is three, the presence of mind. Arkansas dot make moves the world. Today. We got the international Champions Cup on ESPN, man, you and Liverpool five eastern than Byron Munich and man city. And then we finish up at Barcelona. Tottenham eleven eastern great soccer. This Saturday on ESPN and on ESPN two continues get arsenal. NPS g at seven thirty AM eastern from Singapore. All the matches are streaming live on the ESPN app, so you can watch from absolutely anywhere aren't as we go more from Jerry Jones. He says, Jason Garrett is not on the hot seat, but should it be feeling the heat anyway, that story more as we roll on another hour, get up right around the corner. Thanks for starting your day without signing SPN.

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Kawhi Leonard wants out, Dustin Johnson tops the us open and the World Cup continues

24 Hour News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Kawhi Leonard wants out, Dustin Johnson tops the us open and the World Cup continues

"The law firm for injured workers fills out yonder dylan cousins headed declare water to begin a running progression as he works his way back from a quad injury the seventy sixers continue to prepare for the nba draft had another group of prospects out working in camden today the group in today included kentucky forward kevin knox nba draft set for thursday also from the nba multiple reports today that forward kawai letter has told the san antonio spurs he wants out leonard one of the big names the sixers could make a run at this off season golf second round of the us open after shooting a three under sixty seven today dustin johnson is alone at the top of the leaderboard he is now at four under for the tournament world cup group play action continuing over in russia uruguay defeated egypt one nil iran slipped past morocco one nil portugal and spain played to a three three draw back baseball dion stafford junior was a star catcher at saint joseph's university the pittsburgh pirates drafted him in the fifth round last year in stafford has spent this season playing for the pirates single a squad in the south atlantic league the west virginia power stafford talks about his biggest focus right now as he works to get better but catching part of being behind the plate you know being a catcher there's so much more that goes into it that a lot of people do not understand on defense is for the most important thing to being a catcher you affect the the team on many aspects so definitely working behind the plate to get better and perfect the crap the twenty two year old stafford doing a really good job with the bad hitting two eighty eight this season for the power five home runs twenty seven runs batted in in forty seven games his successes earned him a spot in next week south atlantic league all star game that sports some matt leon kyw newsradio humpbacks to newsradio a message of hope from the great cosmologists stephen hawking is beamed to a black whole i'm larry miller in london kevin news time five forty nine at penn community bank we put people before profits on gene doni president and ceo of penn community bank as a mutual financial institution penn community bank is not publicly traded and does not have.

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"atlantic league" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on WTMA

"We will i check in and other action from across the south atlantic league two now the spells off another back to back to strike pitches to stay alive scoreboard for saturday may nineteenth around the shop league one game a rain delay they're suspended in the bottom of the first in west virginia where the power had already taken a to nothing lead over lexington now to walk to the dirt in a slide to his right doing the work behind the plate can apple in hickory scoreless in the bottom of the third up in north carolina that's just outside of charlotte incan apples they're playing indo marva we're in salisbury the shorebridge lead it to one of her hagerstown top of the second there's a turn the throwback to second year epa joe and it bounced away from the shortstop for mean covering might have hit the base winner molina davin back in fact ronald and now the glove molina's stays put at the base doe marva in hagerstown have been rained out each of the last two nights in a game at arthur w perdue stadium they will not play a doubleheader today as novice gets tied up inside swings and misses an eighty mile per hour offering to go down swinging for the second time i out of the inning molina's sillage second after a leadoff double and dalton blazer will settle in for his third trip to the plate tonight blazer two singles and a pair runs batted in lakewood to greensboro nothing also in north carolina they're in the top of the third in a rain delay before the game started in greenville drive set the play augusta another close pickoff play there that time for me thought they had in the shortstop covering once more and then.

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"atlantic league" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on WTMA

"To ninety four and twenty games slugging five fifty nine in the year he's oh p s putting him sixth in the south atlantic league among qualifying hitters this year got off to the hot start the first couple of weeks in has cooled off a bit in the last week swinging in slicing one foul over the grandstand sections out in the right field corner only one of the dogs third baseman so essentially over the defense gave you the sunbelt lentils river dogs starting lineup about we give the pires making the calls tonight that's presented by biz vox communications as the old one enhance throws it back home has about down the third baseline juggled thrown on his second relay is in time for the double plane five four three they go around the horn it looked like hash was safe he still standing at the line is dan fear reto the first base coach comes out to argue the greenville drive might have been helped out by that call it would have scored a run had they not turn to look five four three the drive go round the horne their sixteenth double play this year and the river dodger left emptyhanded as we head to the bottom of the first you're tuned in its wealth fifty twelve fifty w tma wants to take you out to the ballgame as we put on another fabulous charleston river dogs weeknight saturday may be joining wtmj's charlie james how you talk to joe in an air conditioned sweet to watch the dogs take on the lexington legends we haven't seen the river dogs game until you've watched it from a sweet win your tickets this week in eggs with charlie james in the tma morning show charleston sweet talker twelve fifty w tma kate tell me what have you always wanted to do but never had the chance one summer we want to go on a road trip and catch a game at all fifteen minor league parks in the.

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"atlantic league" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on WTMA

"Road they'll face the five hundred who can apple intimidators in a first pitch count up it's seven thirty right here from the ballpark happy to bring you the coverage of river dogs baseball all season long right here on our radio affiliate the big talker twelve fifty wt show for the first time from riley park let's give you the sunbelt reynolds river dog starting lineup here for this opening night contests from the job oswaldo cabrera will be the opening night's second baseman for the dogs the switch batter in his second season with charleston nineteen year old that's the top of the line of guard wilkerson garcia switch hitting infielder out of venezuela will follow he's the shortstop batting second then it stephen centrally and batting thirty clobbered thirteen home runs last season after being drafted in june the third most of any one of the two thousand seventeen draft last already with his first home run of the season a big power hitter in the middle of the lineup for the charleston river dogs it stolen blazer batting cleanup and playing first base he'll be followed by chris she's been one the hottest hitters in the south atlantic league start the year the rhode island product with three home runs as part of his nine for twentythree stretch of the plates to begin the season he had a heck of a road trip trying to keep that rolling here into opening night at the joe in the sixth spot it's leonardo molina the rightfielder who got to a rocky start going over twenty one but ritz two base hits in his final to advance yesterday afternoon in rome he's the right fielder for charleston here on this thursday opening night that's leftfielder frederick cuevas the catcher in water novice and the center fielder evan alexander so that is the river dogs sunbelt rentals starting lineup for this one charleston is managed by the first year skipper julio mosquera ronnie garcia just called up and activated off the disabled list will get the start with regards his first adding the season on opening night show on the other side for the.

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"atlantic league" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on Deadcast

"Anc he's workout it's going to be in five or six years they didn't try to get a good prospect returned from the yankees they tried to get a good prospect returned from the cardinals and the giants stanton didn't want to go there and then it was like in a fit of pique they traded him for like boxster or necas and startling castro and a nineteen year old named cody and that's the whole deal county with a k it has loaded with a k in two keys kawhi cody chung guess he actually walked a battering inning last year in the south atlantic league or the remarkable thing about this as a as a kind of um janki is being piggott's thing too is that they now have five outfielders so a judge in stanton uh or both guys who are legitimate threats to hit fifty home runs and they're both gold glove caliber right fielders and they have brett gardner whose you know probably the truth yankee of them all at this point and as a spectacular leftfielder in his in our great baserunners great on base guy very valuable player on and she contract and they have aaron hicks uses big centerfield prospect and they have and they have jacoby els barre whose 20milliondollarplus star and they have this kid fraser in the miners who strikes at a bit too much and probably needs a little more time aaa but on a normal team would be very much in the rotation for a bench spot and getting some playing time so they they they may be the single team in baseball that had the least used for stanton and they just got him just because which i kind of admire.

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"atlantic league" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on WCTC

"The plate with an opportunity to potentially tie up this game i don't know off that say that but alton leads the atlantic we get home runs with 23 lead the atlantic league and runs batted in with seventy four and after the patriots played a two runs on four hits in the top of the first they're hoping to hold onto this lead though the antonini against halting with garner leading off the first space from the stretch first pitch the halted mrs inside one ball and no strikes while the patriots left two runners on base at the top of the first they could have had a bigger inning but you have on gonzales grounded out it to a six four three inningending double play one ofrom anthony any swing at omis one ball and one strike that continued a trend from the first three games for the patriots have left a lot of guys on base thirteen runners left on basin each of the first two games of fourteen runners left on peace last night and he stranded at pair and the top of the first one one coming here from anthony ani as paula mrs inside two balls and one strike ansett any stairs into his catcher adam died.

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"atlantic league" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on WCTC

"Leads the atlantic league strikeouts 95 overnight only one in the third innings coming into this ballgame got three strikeouts early that will bring your unconsolidated play the backed a roller for a second what i edged the walks from yesterday fat in large part that was due to the starting pitcher for the bridgeport bluefish mike akwa lino who's making his professional baseball debut first michio von gonzales mrs low wanna know aquilino had no interest whatsoever in throwing inside see roller so is pretty easy for roller to take a bunch of pitches off the played in early pair of walks the 100year to your on mrs outside two balls and no strikes gonzala sitting three eleven on the season 3 on runs and twenty runs batted him right now he is technically not among leagueleaders because he didn't play yesterday's really towing that line the 200 here mrs outside three balls and no strikes going into monday night's ballgame you is just a third of a plate appeared shy of qualifying he had five plate appearances monday but did not play last night's bogging 300 year in for a called strike three in one so he's just underneath that line right now to be qualified but if he was qualified is three eleven batting average would rank is the fifth best batting average in vehicle antic leak three wanna yovani drill towards deep left field field raging back towards the warning tricky tights around and it's off the feds it stays it play yo von ginzalo us skated the second base with a double i thought that ball was going to be gone it looked like it might have hit off the very top of the fence it straightaway leftcenter field yovani ginzalo as narrowly missing what would have been his fourth home run of the season but it's a oneout double for gonzales it is first date of the ballgame the first it for the patriots their verse baserunners well so he lead off of second now carlos goose monster epson.

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"atlantic league" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"atlantic league" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Qualified hitters in the south atlantic league what numbered as tibo fallen is ninety three qualified and he's it to 22 these over the middle east amine well he's hitting indus he's hitting seventy fifth up eightyfifth there you go he's eighty for eightyfifth out of ninety three qualified hitters in the south atlantic league and he moved got all because the exit velocities obvious well the rates yeah i mean how do you die the change right now what you know when did exit velocity even become a thing i don't know what either chase rates or exit exit velocity as the the speed of the ball when it goes off the bat okay aaron judge apparently has like the i i it's amazing usga 'cause you know his exit veal was one twenty seven won twenty nine pitcher throws it at ninety eight ninety nine hundred saudi without aid to the balkan off the bat yes okay an era judge apparently had every time he hits one it's a new record phrase seven to eighty two yeah i mean the the he's going to hurt the baseball yet what she's means that is a big guy he's a he's a enormous man and and that it is and that is also the reason i need to even home run derby i'm with you i hope he is albinger is we know stanton is i'm with you on that i hope we get an eighty fifth of ninety three qualify hitters moving on up moving on up how close are the cavs to landing paul george will ask our very own brian winners that question but first a word from over we all have times of some extra cash would come in handy like one planning a vacation and like to bring home to guess for the family and friends were maybe go on an excursion person i was actually i got over in chicago or daughter lives through the airport and was talking to the guy about over the dude absolutely loves it your fen over as i am agree certainly is how it's working for him so that's why we're telling everybody earn some extra money drive with uber driver over totally flexible and that's one of the big things you mentioned the value can earn extra money for all the things that matter to you wanted plan that vacation or whatever you wanna do that's why drive with uber.

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