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Fresh update on "babe ruth" discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

00:30 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "babe ruth" discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"I'm going to give Dave. Zach the diesel the Patriots Santa Fantasy football before you don't have to people just want to know what the announcement is. So you can go ahead and give the announcement right here Baucus in great demand the show for year after year after year after year. Coming up on ten years, but tonight is actually my last official show what Oh unbelievable we're well aware of it. You know I'm just trying to try to act surprise for for the listeners. So we do have we do have a new and improved co host coming in. Yes I feel like do you want to introduce them now? I mean you got a little bit of an accent but for God's sakes, we're from Wisconsin. So you have a lot of where even worse. They have leaving the HSF power as permanent co host tonight want interest, commissioner. But I'm not decommissioned. You're not the commissioner we want to introduce be commissioner the new Permanent Co host for the HSF our the commissioner himself from the Kentucky Fantasy Football Championship welcome in feral Elliott. Farrell welcome in tonight man. Oh gentlemen I'm glad to join you I'm glad to see you having such a great time. Tonight. She has sound great. Isn't fair voice so much sexier than mine so much better drips of sweet allowed love. It wasn't good for ratings. I ride him yeah. Point one point one, two with which would all have high for? Question Yeah. So do you want do so? So we're going to talk to feral here tonight and and you know talk about the the new era of the HSF F. Our but if you WanNa talk a little bit about like sort of what went into this, why you decided that that tonight or this episode now is the right time to leave the. If we can't go out for dinner on Friday nights. She's GonNa, divorce me. So I said, all right. You know this is a huge delays other year. Your front of. Finally You know call the attorney but don't actually file suits and eventually I'll I'll get done right? Exactly. You, know I, I feel like we've done it a long time and it's great and I have. An awesome working with you and you you've likely so many times leading into whatever. Yeah. Hey question about any development. one, hundred and seventy four episodes my friends. Like one, hundred, two, hundred, fifty. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you know I, think it's time for some new blood and I in Farrell was willing to do it. So I think it was a good time to move on as the season Kinda progressive here we got through the preseason. Yeah. So and one of that but feral one of the aspects that that you will add to the show that we've never had before is somebody who actually is a player in in the F. F. PC format David I, offer our but but we're we're just sort of bystanders you've been at this, but you know since the get go right. Yeah, since you're one and and and well, you very humble to be requested to To come and join you bulky and and I will carry one thing forward in the my it's your co host. True Love. The Andy is bill. You know it out with me into into future shows. You know this this is like a George selkirk moment for me you guys ever heard of George. I'm not familiar. nope apparently not he was the he was the guy that the Yankees trotted out. Into right field after they had sent Babe. Ruth packing. Bay went on back to Boston to play his final year and George. selkirk was a wonderful wonderful player. But they would always say after they talked about how good he was. I would say one thing he's no Babe Ruth and the same thing say out the you know that's you can definitely say that but give me a break he's no digital, but he is coming I, feel like I'm actually the guy who preceded Lou Gehrig. It's more like while. I'm the Wa. Wa Wait Till Barrels, volley pipping you essentially you're. Now well when one one can only hope that that is tremendous stuff. So going forward, basically the plan is this Dave is not necessarily divorcing the show or washing his hands completely off or anything Dave will continue to make guest appearances. and. They're. You know not you know as frequently as he has been coasting fair would be my wife and I get in a fight I'll be like. Oh David come on and but but going through. The show will still it'll be wherever you still listen to it it will be in it. You know the exact same thing still at ten nine central every Friday except for when we switch it but instead of Dave, it will be feral coming on this week and in in Fairleigh and I you know David You I know talked a lot about this and and I. Feel like you were sort of the natural choice here because I've always you know the last few years we've had you on I've always introduced you as the unofficial third co host of the show because I think you have co hosted the show more than anybody else not named dizzle. So this just made sense that you would come on and and hang out with me on Fridays. well-known party crasher from way back. So yeah. You're entertaining. You know most of the you know at least you don't you're good. Some of these other guys Kinda, suck. So you're good. So that's good. That's what we need. We need to raise the bar because I will be lowering it each and every week as I do on the show. So Dave, a couple minutes left before we sign off do you have any parting words for the listeners any of the FCC players in the high stakes players that have listened to this show again, you don't want to overeat this. WE'RE COMING UP ON TEN years we're coming up on five hundred episodes of. So. So this has been a regular part of these people's lives for the last decade. We honestly it's interesting tonight in our to PAP racist rebels, Bourbon City ballers Wachire amongst our most frequent listening I, really appreciate all of you that have listened live for so many years and I mean I think we've all endured the hell that is blog talk radio dot com for the love of God worst. Platform. The history of planet. So freaking awful anyway Like that's your. That's your first part shot. I are you suck part of the people who are fans of? I'll miss everybody You know how from Yeah. Okay. This break him up all the all the all the questions you know mostly real occasionally fake. Hey, Starsky and Hutch I. Don't know what you're talking whatever what about for Brian, Rob Anyway for them You're not my best friend. So right here. On Rob's always robs drunk. All right. Great and You know it's been great. It's actually been really fun I really enjoyed it and I I will I'm sure we'll miss it to to some extent I and I'll say this to like you know and I don't the reason you know I could've we could've put together. Fair Line could have put together a big sendoff for you tonight and I know you're expected a professional or no no here now. So here's the thing but I know you and I know you wouldn't have wanted that so I like we should just put you know just say classy send out together and I'll say this about. The birth of this show was in. Two thousand nine I believe maybe two, thousand, ten I can't wants to thousand nine. I. Think it was April two thousand nine and it was something that Dave and I had talked about in passing and I think it was like Wednesday in April early April two, thousand, nine, we were in some some crappy bar no, no, no no we were at work. We're where we're at our normal day job and you said on shoulder and you had said to me, hey, we're doing a show this Friday and I'm like..

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Fresh update on "babe ruth" discussed on Russell & Hunter

Russell & Hunter

00:43 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "babe ruth" discussed on Russell & Hunter

"It's Andy West, and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history, we'll start off in 1903, the first World Series started. Boston Americans beat the Pittsburgh Pirates five games to three. The best of nine Siri's Thiss week in 1932, Babe Ruth's legendary call. He points to centerfield before home ring into the Wrigley Field bleachers in the fifth inning of Game three of the world. Siri's Yankees win 75 Thiss Week in 1951 3rd baseman Bobby Thomson hits a one out three run home run in the bottom of the ninth inning toe win the National League pennant for the New York Giants. Thompson's homer wrapped up in amazing come from behind run for the Giants and not the Brooklyn Dodgers out of their spot in the World Series. Giants went on to lose the Siri's to the Yankees. But Thompson's miraculous homer remains one of the most memorable moments in sports refer to as the shot Heard. Round the World Thiss Week in 1961 New York Yankee Roger Maris becomes the first ever Major league baseball player to hit more than 60 home runs in a single season. In the last game of the regular season, Maris hit his 61st home run against the Boston Red Sox. And this week in 1980 Larry Holmes retains the.

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Fresh update on "babe ruth" discussed on The Troubleshooter

The Troubleshooter

00:47 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "babe ruth" discussed on The Troubleshooter

"Second track from the new album Letter to you, Springsteen says the songs about the beauty and joy of being in a band and the pain of losing one another to illness and time. The entire album will be released October 23rd Chris Rock will host the season premiere of Saturday Night Live next week due to social distancing the SNL cast will be performing for a limited studio audience. Chris Rock, recently told Jimmy Fallon that what he calls a smaller cove. It crowd can actually be a plus The cold it crowd is very happy that there's a show this give us anything. We are watched Tiger King. Far too many times. That's entertainment. I'm Liz Warner, NBC news radio. Looking back at the world of sports. It's the I Heart radio weekend Sports Time capsule. What's going on fellow sports fans. It's Andy West, and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history, we'll start off in 1903, the first World Series started. Boston Americans beat the Pittsburgh Pirates five games to three. The best of nine Siri's Thiss week in 1932, Babe Ruth's legendary call. He points to centerfield before home ring into the Wrigley Field bleachers in the fifth inning of Game three of the world. Siri's Yankees win 75 Thiss Week in 1951 3rd baseman Bobby Thomson hits a one out three run home run in the bottom of the ninth inning toe win the nationally In it for the New York Giants. Thompson's homer wrapped up in amazing come from behind run for the Giants and not the Brooklyn Dodgers out of their spot in the World Series. Giants went on to lose the Siri's to the Yankees. But Thompson's miraculous homer remains one of the most memorable moments in sports, referred to as the shot Heard. Round The World Thiss Week in 1961. New York Yankee Roger Maris becomes the first ever Major League baseball player to hit more than 60 home runs in a single season. In the last game of the regular season, Maris His 61st home run against the Boston Red Sox. And this week in 1980 Larry Holmes retains the W B C heavyweight title, defeating Mohammed Ali on That's just some of what happened this week in sports history. The weekend sports time capsule on my heart radio. I hear Rio 3713713855. Let's take a comment from Joe about champion. Joe, what's happening? Yeah, listen into.

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Fresh update on "babe ruth" discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:53 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "babe ruth" discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

"Oh, ask what's important for him to keep doing. I guess I'll continue to be allowed to make records from my label. I mean, if I was told to stop making music I be, you know, really upset about it. It's a part of me. It's always been a partner, so the opportunity to do and share with us many people as I've been blessed to do it with us. It's fascinating to us. Trust me. We don't take it lightly, but we also don't take it too seriously. There's a great humility with being from New Jersey. Keep listening to I Heart radio form or Bon Jovi and all your favorite artists. Looking back at the world of sports. It's the I Heart radio weekend. Sports Time capsule. What's going on fellow sports fans. It's Andy West, and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history will start up in 1903, the first World Series started. Boston Americans beat the Pittsburgh Pirates five games to three. The best of nine Siri's Thiss week in 1932, Babe Ruth's legendary call. He points to centerfield before home ring into the Wrigley Field bleachers in the fifth inning of Game three of the world's Siri's Yankees win. 75 Thiss Week in 1951 3rd baseman Bobby Thomson hits a one out three run home run in the bottom of the ninth inning toe win the National League pennant. Of the New York Giants. Thompson's homer wrapped up in amazing come from behind run for the Giants and knocked the Brooklyn Dodgers out of their spot in the World Series. Giants went on to lose the Siri's to the Yankees. But Thompson's miraculous homer remains one of the most memorable moments in sports refer to as the shot Heard, Round the World Thiss Week in 1961 New York Yankee Roger Maris becomes the first ever Major league baseball player to hit more than 60 home runs in a single season. In the last game of the regular season, Maris hit his 61st home run against the Boston Red Sox. And this week.

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Hank Aaron: Breaking the Home Run Record

Black History in Two Minutes

01:55 min | Last week

Hank Aaron: Breaking the Home Run Record

"On April Eighth Nineteen seventy four Atlanta Braves outfielder Henry Louis Aaron better known as Hank, his seven hundred fifteenth home run finally breaking the record of the legendary Babe Ruth like everyone else in the country I've been following errands pursuit of the record since the previous season. He played in the Negro Leagues in the Early Nineteen Fifties, and now here he was just two home runs away new but the excitement was undercut by a sense of alarm as errands quest unleashed a torrent of vicious racism baseball is the quintessential American sport. Now, an African American, a dark skinned black man challenging the power, the supremacy of baseball and of white men. That's why the hate mail death threats bomb threats. This was driving a stake at the heart of American culture. Has All this made you more aware than you're a black baseball player? I've never forgotten. Later, he would confess that he was afraid. He wouldn't live long enough to break the record. Then at the start of the nineteen, seventy, four season. All. Of all. Errands triumph was electrified By the end of his Major League career nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six, he had hit a total of seven hundred and fifty five home runs. Errands record would stand for more than thirty years. The braves retired his number and he was elected to the hall of fame. To. This Day Hank Aaron is considered one of baseball's greatest players.

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"babe ruth" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:05 min | 3 weeks ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"We're on 78. Every Saturday morning last week we had a caller who asked about Theresa, right, signed letter. Theresa, right, played Lou Gehrig's wife in pride of the Yankees, and I looked up some things on eBay that it's sold. And signed contracts only sold of hers from 25 to $65 an eight by eight saying photo 105 So probably somewhere. In that range for the letter. So it's cool be a cool display, especially made out it was made out to the collar personally, That's pretty neat keeper. Actually, now here's something that did sell for a lot. Pride of the Yankees. Cast signed Baseball, which included Babe Ruth, Gary Cooper and Teresa Wright, sold in a Huggins and Scott February 2013 auction. $3750 for that. That's pretty cool when they think that Babe Ruth was actually in the Lou Gehrig movie, you know what I mean? That's really kind of neat. And Gary Cooper. Was a good Lou Gehrig. Except he looked like a bad athlete. Get those guys looked like they could, and they're trying to play a slugger. That's kind of unusual. Willie sent me. Through Twitter. A direct message, he said. Check this out and collect in the 1996 n ba top 50 player's autographs. He has 22 of the 50. No. He gets most of his autographs by attending N B. A All Star weekend, which is that's an awesome to get him. He says. What do you think the value of this he gets all 50? Well, one thing they saw Huggins. It's a lot really. Depends like Let's say you have Michael Jordan rookie card signed as your signature or a Maravich signed rookie or you have that Will Chamberlain card from upper deck? That was he sign that it wasn't I mean, then that adds a ton of value. But if they're mostly cut signatures with Like base cards in the display. I think Huggins had a top 60 where they added 10 more of their favorites and that sold for 4000 So you know probably 3 4000. And potentially more. If it's a real hard to get those air. Probably three of the biggest from that group. Signature wise where they could be. A lot is Jordan Maravich. And Wilt. I would think, And we have Dennis from Palestinian waiting on line when they have their dentists made. My son is too. Meat from the 97 98 floor, Don Bolles, So they're folding tears, the folding chairs. They're the ones who are right on the floor, okay, And they're also their number in there also says it one year they don't know what game there are from like Canada in ship. So the championship that's cool. They have a letter from the Bulls with them. No, they don't have a letter of the bulls, but they do have on their gold plated. I think saying, what what number it is and what game it's from. Very cool. Now. Bill Huggins with things climbing a little higher from after the last dance with what do you think those might go for? In a Huggins and sky? Jack. I don't know that I've seen it before. But I like the fact that they've got the The little things attacks to him that say what it is and what game it from Mother. That's very key, and you know things could be I don't know 500 to 1000. I would think, eat some. They're on their worst day and who knows on their best day because with an added to it, I think that there's a lot of potential now a bigger item like that. That's really that ship a ble bill. How How would you work that if a Chicago area guy had a big item, let's say he was even bigger than that. There's We've had lots of items over the years, Tom that I still have a have a few. And in this auction where we work with the consign er and they just need Work with our writing team and our photographer to take pictures and give us details about the item. And then it really we We put that it's available for pickup in the Chicago area effectively. Yeah, or if for some reason A person who wanted Once that ship I mean, the consignment could take it to. Ah. Ah, facility and they will pack it up to chip it foryou, not chief. But The the way underpaid, poured one way or another, like for instance, here, see delivery could handle something like that. Somebody in the Chicago area and then you could do it for sure, if if the buyers in Chicago and the sellers in Chicago Yep. And we have enough resource is where we could get the best possible price in the industry and we will protect it and ship it to the buyer of the auction. Now, Vince, come anyhow. Would somebody get in touch with the air sea delivery, either if they have Something like that. Or let's say somebody today is like I got to get this refrigerator moved to my my son's house like today. How did they get a holy year? See delivery could just simply caused 6305161199. It would be happy to take care of for very good. Anybody in particular they asked for. They asked for you or what? They just call the number you answer. The phone could handle it, but they're certainly welcome to ask for me. Vince Clemente at ear see delivery. Okay. That was some good call. I have a question. Can you guys explain to me what made that Mike Trout card the most expensive card ever like? It's not gold? Is it because it's rare? What made that Ray, why rarity is huge, and over the last couple of years, there's been a lot of big money. Guys who are looking for The best possible card or cards or whatever collectible of the best players, somebody with too much disposable. And I mean, you know when that LeBron card win for a million eight, the high end Honestly, prices that I never imagine, 10 years ago, a newer things that like you knew there was big money on Babe Ruth High grade cards and Honus Wagners tobacco card stuff like that, But the stuff from the last 20 and 30 years how high it's going, There's a whole new market of big money guys making Just big money stuff. So it's good. Like I've got stuff that was in my back room that five years ago. It wasn't valueless, but it was just sitting in the back room. Some of that stuff. You get that grated now and it can be Over 1000 per card, and it's just amazing how hot some things have gotten it. It's a whole new market this whole 2020 You just 2020 is the perfect example of a year. Obviously just living that you have to go with the flow and and adjust to what's going on. But In business You just have to. I mean, my store is doing really well, but it's You won't even know it's the same store from a year ago. I get products in from The card Cos I'm tightly allocated. I hardly get any and the restock prices they're so high. I don't even re stack on things anymore. I mean, If I made it A This is one thing that I don't change when I think something is too high price to make it worth selling it in the store that if I have to pay extra get it that I have to sell it. Then I don't get it. I'd rather not have it and I'm doing fine with that. I mean some of the prices on boxes of things Eric are just like Through the roof and brand new products. It's really It's been an incredible year. Now. Now, Vince for Air Sea delivery. How have you had to adjust like, how is that changed your businesses here? Well, I think some of the bigger stuff with the truck work cutout went down. But yet the medical we do a lot of turnout. Maintain levels of that increased show, and some of the bigger stuff is coming back. Slowly. But surely so. You know, any time you can stay open and do okay, I think especially in this economy right now. You're doing okay. So work, Rachel. Well, if you do have something you need delivered contact Vince commenting at ear, See? Delivery? I'm demand delivery. They literally could come into somebody needed a refrigerator delivered today..

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Republican Jewish Coalition official makes the Jewish case for the Republican party

People of the Pod

05:42 min | Last month

Republican Jewish Coalition official makes the Jewish case for the Republican party

"As the Republican National Convention dominated the news this week I sat down with Matt Brooks the Executive Director of the Republican Jewish coalition to hear him make the Jewish case for the Republican. Party. Just a reminder AJC is a five. Oh, one C. Three, not for profit organization that neither endorses nor opposes candidates for Elective Office Matt. Thank you so much for joining US Saffy. It's great to be with you. Thanks for having me AJC held a series of virtual programs last week at the Democratic National Convention and we're doing the same this week alongside the RNC you spoke at. An Age RNC program yesterday and you guaranteed the Donald Trump will win a larger percentage of Jewish vote in two thousand twenty than he did in two thousand sixteen. What makes you so confident of that first of all, my understanding of the politics of the Jewish community I've been doing this job for thirty years. So I think I have a very good feel for the Jewish community. But then the most important reason is to look at the record of this president There is no question that he has been without a doubt, the most pro Israel president ever in history. That's not coming just from Matt Brooks, but it's coming from people like the prime, minister of Israel has said as much in the Oval Office in meeting with them. So there's a reason why fifty six percent of the Israelis who were polled in a recent poll would like to see president trump reelected and only sixteen percent. WanNa see Joe Biden reelected because they understand that this president is absolutely transformed the US's relationship beyond that Steph. Touch on domestic issues I think people in the Jewish community are deeply concerned about what's happening in our big cities whether it's Portland Seattle New, York, the lawlessness, the rioting, the efforts by the left wing progressives in the Democratic Party who want to defend the police. I. Think People in the Jewish community understand that president trump giving his incredible track record. Pre covid is the best person to revitalize our economy postcode and also recreate and bring back all the jobs that were lost as a result of this pandemic. So I think there's a wide range. Of issues that both foreign and domestic that to me give me great confidence to have my back moment point into the stands and guarantee that this president will do better among Jewish voters and twenty twenty than he did in two thousand sixteen was the Yankee Fan I. Appreciate any reference to Babe Ruth let me just follow up on that though you pivoted and spoke about domestic issues at the end, which obviously are very important. You started out with Israel though I'm curious does the RJ see any kind of polling or anything like that indicates that the? Percentage of American Jews do vote based on. Israel. My sense is generally not at top issue for American Jews. So we do have extensive polling and we're very data driven in our messaging and how we look at the races you know, I think your point is well taken but you know elections and campaigns about mosaics. It's about putting pieces of the puzzle together. It's not just one issue. There is definitely a segment of the Jewish community that does care about Israel we're going to appeal to them. There's definitely a segment of the Jewish community that appealed issues. Like school choice we're going to appeal to them. There's definitely segments of the Jewish community the care about the issue of defunding the police and having law and order in our streets in protecting us against anti-semitism. So we're GONNA have various messages targeted to various constituencies within the Jewish community. Our community as you well know is not monolithic. So to say that there is one issue that's gonNA drive the Jewish vote would be a mistake but I think we have enough experience and expertise in this arena to make sure that we're serving up the right messages. One issue that you just mentioned Matt is is Antisemitism Joe. Biden actually laid the cornerstone of his campaign on President Trump's comments after the unite the right rally in Charlottesville in his video announcing his candidacy, and then again last week when he accepted the nomination, vice president. Biden cited the president's very fine people on both sides comment at which he saw as excusing anti Semitism he cited those comments as motivating him to get into the race to beat the president. How would you want Jewish voters to think about those comments? Well, I, mean, that's going to be part of our task and we've had several events both with Nikki Haley Mark Levin with Senator Ted Cruz just this last Sunday night you know in which we've talked about that there is a mythology that has taken hold by the Democrats to try and create a false narrative that the president Or somehow tried to give support to white nationalist. If anybody takes a step back reads the entire transcript and admittedly I wish he had been clearer and less awkward in his original remarks when we put out a statement to that effect. But if you read a few sentences before and a few sentences after very fine people on both sides, it's very clear that the president strongly condemns White Nationalist Neo Nazis, and you know it is absolutely unambiguous also to some of his other speeches in actions you go back and look right after the tree of life synagogue tragedy he gave a speech that day to the future farmers of America No. President no president go back and take a look at the record, and you'll agree if you read the opening speech, no president has ever condemned anti-semitism and planted a flag about us and our strong commitment to fight anti-semitism wherever it raises its ugly head, and then obviously you look at what the president did it on his executive order to help protect students on college campuses who have been the victims of anti-semitism and I will tell you time and time. Again, this president has by action demonstrated his commitment, not only to condemn white. Nationalist Neo. Nazis. But also to stand up and take strong stands against the rising antisemitism in this country.

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Twitter Theory Says Composer Beethoven Was Black

The Daily Zeitgeist

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Twitter Theory Says Composer Beethoven Was Black

"Beethoven <hes>? What because everybody? This is a tweet going around saying. Beethoven was black to debate now Beethoven. What that me I? I have no idea. I didn't even know that was the thing. I I always heard that thing like Babe Ruth was Dominican. Beethoven was black. So sure I think it's more just in the spirit of of fun, but I have no idea that I think a lot of people of. Said rather than debating about that. Why don't you are actual like black composer? HIMSELF <HES>? That were from the nineteenth century like George Bridge. Tower of who is like a Polish. Born in Poland, but was black and also composer, but hey.

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Hank Aaron became baseball's home run king on this day in 1974.

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Hank Aaron became baseball's home run king on this day in 1974.

"Forty six years ago April eighth nineteen seventy four Braves slugger Hank Aaron faces al downing of the Dodgers and one of baseball's most historic moments with that Aaron broke Babe Ruth's all time home run record although he remained a home run king until Barry Bonds broke the mark in two thousand seven Erin said in a nineteen ninety nine interview that he was more proud of other aspects of his game I think there are even more proud of is the fact that there's not one time that I struck out a hundred times in one season Erin finished with seven hundred fifty five home runs I'm Dave Ferrie

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Turning a passion for sports into a career

Native America Calling

05:48 min | 7 months ago

Turning a passion for sports into a career

"And today we're GONNA start off in South East South Dakota In Minot saying hello to Randy Taylor Cherokee Cowboy and pro announcer. He is also choctaw and he is the host of native voice one radio segment word with champ. Thanks for joining us for another native America. Calling Randy the pleasures mindshare. Hello Hello so Randy. When we think about being that athlete and then there comes a time to start a new chapter We turn to you and talk to me. A little bit about Having a career in sports it's been somewhat natural for me. My Dad was a race. Car driver He was a first generation race car driver. His popularity grew in the sixties after starting on a drag racing strip and then he continued in dirt track circuit racing in Oklahoma where I'm from. They called it super modified and then he graduated industry car right think which went with the big boys. We moved to Tennessee and then came back home where he were. Instead of building and designing and driving cars he simply showed up to the race track with a helmet bag so my life in sports. I would say that certainly began with him and his dedication and watching him win lose crash and continue to follow a passion that he had and and I think that developed my passion for sports starting and wrestling and the child sports that we do in in peewee baseball pop warner football and continued on into the Rodeo circuit. So that that's how I began. And it's been a blessing for me ever shits insulated when you think of being that athlete and then moving into the position that du Sir that you feel very well now How do you think that to work together? Beat ANNOUNCER AND ACTUALLY. What's happening There in the arena. I feel that the opportunity to have accepted victory and defeat and knowing what it takes to be successful and what sports comes defeat. I mean. That's huge you know you look Babe Ruth. He struck out more than he had home runs and he's probably the greatest Baltron as many other athletes. Are I believe that There are some announcers that are dedicated to being announced that. Do not have a background in sports but I think they have to really dig in and dig within themselves and do a lot of research but are believed that being an athlete from the ground up as provides a lot of authenticity. When you know how a man feels or a woman feels when they when they're experiencing that in the arena and then transferring the emotion to a a ticket by customer. What when that does happen. Or maybe even your ability to interpret. Why certain While in the Rodeo arena. It's not plays but but maybe why Even a bull did something that it did. You have that kind of insight in a lot of times when we are those athletes in action We don't necessarily know what those lessons that we learn as were moving and competing What they may help us with in the Future Randy. When you think about that knowledge you regaining when you were in the love. The sport Helping you out years later. What do you think about that? That's a good thoughts and and I think that There are a lot of lessons learned on the field or on the match or in the race track and the race car on about can horse. I take the probably the biggest lie that we all learn. Sports Humility No matter how bad you think you are. There's GonNa be a bucket horse. It's coming along and he's going to hurt you and he's going to throw you off and and and bury your head in the sand in front of a lot of people and some of those people are your friends and family or you might be sixteen hundred miles away from home so so so no matter how much success you have and whatever endeavor you pursue. I believe that's that's where the biggest lessons that we can learn. And in the sports arena or at a microphone especially. I am challenged today I have. I have challenges that are presented and I have to stop and think how would I have handled this? How do I handle this? And what would my peers and mentors? How would they handle this? And I and I and I think that you are correct in that speaking on a market sold about sports she participated in certainly gives you an advantage in a leg up and so talk to us a little bit about the announcing announcing that you do this weekend I was in Waterloo Iowa and a coors bull riding classic next weekend. I am a monster truck. Show in rapid city South Dakota. I've had the privilege of announcing the Indian National Finals Rodeo six times and I've had the opportunity to announce the championship of champions. Which is the Indian relay horse racing Championships at the Horse. Nations Indian Relay Council. This'll be the sixty or coming up. I believe it is scheduled in Walla. Walla we started in billings and then went to Walla Walla. The past couple of years

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NBA trade deadline: Winners, losers and teams in between

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:19 min | 8 months ago

NBA trade deadline: Winners, losers and teams in between

"Flurry of trades in the NBA a blockbuster in baseball mortar common colds to memorialize Kobe Bryant and highly visible way joined by ESPN's Howard Bryant good morning hours good morning Scott how are you I'm fine thanks is awesome aggressive deals in the NBA trade at the trade deadline who do you rack up as the winners and losers well and I'm not sure about the winners and losers of the trade deadline but certainly the winners and losers right now of the first half of the season you've got a look at the Lakers in the west and and the Milwaukee Bucks I think they are head and shoulders above everybody else how could you hold on for a moment our you know head yes government for you almost got me for a second there's got yeah Milwaukee is terrific and and they're great they're holding on the crushed Philadelphia the other night I thought coming into the season it was gonna be Philadelphia Milwaukee Los Angeles and Los Angeles Lakers and the clippers but I'm not too sure about the other two yet but we've got a long way to go I think trade deadline wise I think Miami Heat got much much better they got on great good dollar they made a very good deal with Memphis I think that Philadelphia tried to shore up of making a deal with with the warriors and de Angelo Russell going to Minnesota who knows what that's gonna do maybe there's a late run there but the bottom line is coming forward right now I still think that you've got two teams in this league disappointed the Boston Celtics didn't do anything but I think it's the box and the Lakers right now an official memorial for Kobe Bryant's been set for February twenty fourth they've been calls to make his image a permanent part of the game you even rent a Poland that did I did I read a little Twitter poll this morning which was soundly rejected to replace Kobe Bryant is Jerry west to is the logo of the NBA with cut him a cell away from the silhouette of your request yes absolutely and it would have been fitting in some ways because Jerry west was the the man behind making sure Kobe Bryant ended up with the Lakers making that draft day trade with the Charlotte Hornets and I I understand add on one on one level the need or they want to want to memorialize Kobe I also understand that the NBA has been around since nineteen forty seven and maybe it's time to create a new logo Jerry west has been there fifty years since nineteen sixty nine however I do think that if you're going to think about and I'm a new logo or and a modern logo it's probably got to be Michael Jordan right or but I got an arm and a leg yeah but I also understand the desire right now for people to feel that something should be done for Kobe Bryant after after all that happened Boston Red Sox LA Dodgers Minnesota Twins switching sports agreed to a three team trade Tuesday that's been perhaps delay it has been delayed because of some medical records Mookie Betts has what they call a generational player MVP Golden Gloves traded to the Dodgers are the red Sox making the worst roster decision since they sold Babe Ruth's contract well if you red Sox fans are very happy about it especially because it's a generational player Mookie Betts is a beloved player two years ago he wins the M. B. P. and they won the World Series you're looking at a guy that fans just adore and it's a very cynical move in some ways but it also may very well be a huge business deal for them because number one we know that super star players now at this level after Manny Machado deal after the Bryce Harper deal your it in and now the the Gerrit Cole deal you're looking at three hundred and fifty four hundred million dollars to sign a player and if Mookie Betts didn't want to play with the red Sox will find out over the next several weeks and months if that was the case then of course they had to move them but on the other hand if that's not the case the red Sox are a super power they can sign whoever they want they've got money it's looking like a cynical deal we will see I'm good at and by the way I got as you know your cubs aren't far behind because you've got a guy like Chris Brian who's another cornerstone player and what does that mean for the cubs keep these players and the fans love him yeah thank you very much ESPN's Howard Bryant thanks so much no my pleasure

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Lone Voter Who Left Derek Jeter off Hall of Fame Ballot Keeps Vote Private

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Lone Voter Who Left Derek Jeter off Hall of Fame Ballot Keeps Vote Private

"Was that baseball writer who chose not to put Jerry cheater onto a hall of fame ballot there's more from CBS news correspondent but Michigan the baseball writers association of America released the balance of three hundred fifteen hall of fame voters Tuesday all included Derek Jeter's name so the one hall of fame voter out of three hundred ninety seven who kept Jeter off the ballot and kept him from being a unanimous pick like his former teammate Marianna Rivera last year has chosen to remain anonymous Yankee fans were incensed that Jeter wasn't also unanimous pick but he's in good company some other hall of Famers not named on every ballot Hank Aaron Willie Mays and Babe Ruth not too shabby

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When it comes to unanimous Hall picks, Jeter could be No. 2

Ron St. Pierre

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

When it comes to unanimous Hall picks, Jeter could be No. 2

"O'clock when it comes to unanimous picks for baseball hall of fame Derek Jeter quite appropriately has the chance to be number two believe it or not there's only been one unanimous pick and we talk and you don't not Babe Ruth not Ty Cobb was Yankees closer Mariano Rivera he became the very first player to appear in every ballot when they swept four hundred twenty five votes in last year's election Ken Griffey junior was three votes short of perfection two thousand thirteen breaking the mark of five shy that had been set back in nineteen ninety two by Tom Seaver so we'll find out if Derek Jeter gets in unanimously because baseball's hall of fame class will be announced at about three o'clock this

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Remembering Babe Ruth and the Beginning of 'the Curse' 100 Years Later

KNX Programming

00:20 sec | 9 months ago

Remembering Babe Ruth and the Beginning of 'the Curse' 100 Years Later

"Was a very unhappy anniversary in New England one hundred years ago in December twenty sixth nineteen nineteen the owner of the red Sox sold a pretty fair pitcher and hitter to the Yankees for the venom heard of some of a hundred thousand dollars you may have heard the Babe Ruth who went on to play pretty well for the Yankees and they want a few World Series in Boston that became known as the curse of the

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"babe ruth" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:32 min | 9 months ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I don't at the time Babe Ruth was Babe Ruth baseball was it in this country in terms of pro sports at the time Jordan was Jordan football was get in this country and maybe that's the only thing that hurts Jordan in the argument but I would say given the way the world as spot on its axis over the last hundred years that Babe Ruth is going to be and is going to remain the all timer now we are so scattered in what we can do and watch and be a part of I mean you can't possibly watch the number of shows that your friends recommend there are not enough hours in the day I heard was that the Netflix I think was the Netflix CEO and this is true with video games etcetera that was the Netflix CEO who said our biggest competition is sleep there are so many shows now that their biggest competition is sleep which is definitely a two thousands thing you know that there are just not enough hours in the day for the options available to us so for any sports star any sports star to rise to the level of Babe Ruth and such a simpler time is in my mind impossible I don't think you can ever happen we got could there be a better player a more more dominant player I don't have any idea certainly possible but in terms of iconic across the board non sports fans etcetera I think Babe Ruth is pretty safe in being the most iconic athlete of all time Jesse Owens certainly is there right because of all the stuff that went around with him but I still think for Americans anyway all about worldwide the for Americans I think Babe Ruth is safe and we're talking about in case you're just joining us because a hundred years ago today the Yankees choir Babe Ruth from.

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How 'Broadway Joe' redefined the NFL

Retropod

05:31 min | 10 months ago

How 'Broadway Joe' redefined the NFL

"Com. Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen world with retro pod a show about the past rediscovered fifty years ago a few days before his team took the field as huge underdogs in the super bowl. New York jets quarterback Joe Nemeth known and then and forever as Broadway. Joe arrived at a Miami Hotel in a Turquoise Cadillac Nemeth known to sometimes show Eh Games. Still drunk from the previous evening's activities. was there to accept an award. The quarterback sat on the dais next to his companion for the evening. Mr Johnnie Walker wrote Mark Kriegel in his two thousand five biography when it was his turn to speak Namus said I'd like to personally thank all the single girls in New York for their contribution. This was pure Broadway Joe tipsy free willing amorous and so was the cockiness that emerged from his whiskey. Soft lips later the jets will win in Sunday and said `I garin teeth. I the colts win by a large score. Today I'm GonNa say Baltimore Colts by a score of thirty five to ten. I think New York to win forty one thirty one. Nemo's prediction wasn't just hockey. It was really New York over forty one called the his opponent. The the Baltimore Colts were seventeen point favorites nameless knees were beat up. The colts have the second most potent offense in football in the best defense. Some were predicting a blowout. They said that it couldn't be done. But it has been near. The Third Super Bowl could gets one sixteen to seven was named most valuable player. Performance wasn't all that stellar. He didn't even throw a touchdown. But in critical wrote the moment itself took Namus fame and pro football's popularity to different planet in fame's pecking checking order. Nemeth suddenly outrank Sinatra. The biographer wrote. Actually at that moment he outranked just about everybody who wasn't a beetle doc attendance around the NFL Sword Soda TV or ship particularly with the launch of Monday night football the following season. The League made sure that Nemeth in the jets played in that inaugural game he's going NBA. Joe Name. After George Sauer for the touchdown everyone wanted a piece of Nemeth especially reporters profiles of Nemeth for the nineteen seventies equivalent of Click Bait legendary columnist. Jimmy Breslin wrote a famous story about Nemeth For New York magazine entitled Nemeth All night long in it. He compared the quarterback hanging out at a bar to Babe Ruth hanging out at a bar. I saw ruth once when he came off the golf course and walked into the bar at the Old Bailey side course in queens president wrote in one shot. He swallowed the mixing Xing Glass Ice Chunks. And everything else. He slapped the mixing glass down instead. Give me another one of these things kid. The place went went nuts. It is the same thing when you stand at the bar with Joe Namath. Life went on like this for awhile not surprisingly Nemeth endured his fair share of busted relationships drunk driving charges bad business. The steals fading playing ability in then of course fading fame drinking was the biggest problem. Nemeth was an alcoholic alcoholic. He settled down in Nineteen eighty-four marrying Deborah. mays woman he met at a voice class with her insistence. Nemeth was able to quit drinking a few years later but after they divorced in two thousand Nemeth began heavily drinking again leading to one of the ugliest and most embarrassing moments of his life during a jets game in two thousand three Nemeth wearing his old number and obviously heavily intoxicated intoxicated was interviewed on the sideline by ESPN reporter. Suzy Kolber he answered one of her questions in a truly shocking way. What does it mean to you at now? Team is struggling kiss. I couldn't care less about the teams throttling Nemeth apologized and entered Rehab. Namus is seventy five years old. It's easier for him to look back now on that improbable win and understand and just how much it changed his life and sports forever. I think about it now. He recently told the New York Daily News. But at the time time I

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Babe Ruth's 500th home run bat sells for more than $1 million at auction

Mandy Connell

00:22 sec | 10 months ago

Babe Ruth's 500th home run bat sells for more than $1 million at auction

"The Babe Ruth back to that he used to build his five hundredth home run is selling for big Bucks an unidentified buyer snag the bat for over a million dollars at an auction over the weekend Ruth gave that back to the former mayor of suffering in New York and his family kept it in a closet for years not telling anyone about it for fear we get

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Mets phenom Alonso wins NL Rookie of the Year

Boomer and Gio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

Mets phenom Alonso wins NL Rookie of the Year

"Minute the Mets Alonso and the Astros Jordaan Alvarez were name rookies of the year last night however unlike Alvarez who was a unanimous choice Alonso received twenty nine out of thirty votes the lone dissenting opinion belong to some dummy named Andrew back early of the athletic wrote a detailed albeit wrongheaded explanation entitled hi Mets fans please don't hate me for voting for Mike Soroka over Pete Alonso stagger Lee was wow that's Rocar allowed only fourteen homers what could be harder in today's majorly climate he wrote with its top Flite balls and thirty homers seven hole hitters tend to be a rookie pitcher back early principled independence wants him with all those knuckle heads you didn't vote for Babe Ruth Hank Aaron Willie Mays and Tom Seaver on their hall

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Did the Raiders contact Antonio Brown's agent before Brown apologized?

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

08:14 min | 1 year ago

Did the Raiders contact Antonio Brown's agent before Brown apologized?

"Something i wanted to get to the bottom of was did the raiders in fact contact. Rosenhaus awesome tonio brown's agent. I've seen this kind of float around but i'm not sure that this is what happens i wanted to see if either of you know <hes> if he was contacted before we're antonio brown's apology on friday and told that the guaranteed money and his contract would be voided as it was at that point so at that point basically antonio only lebron's going in apologizing knowing that the thirty million is a hit is that something that we know was already told to him before the apology or i don't i think to <hes> the bottom line on that is that they didn't have to i mean he knows as well as anybody once they imposed that discipline. They have the right to go after it so i mean i think he's smart enough to know without having that conversation that that was what they were angling for. It was clear we talked about <hes> when we first saw these letters on wednesday basically all those letters. There's are is is a legal paper trail down the road to say here's what happened. We had we had these issues. We had to find him. This is what went on that's all. Those letters are for <hes> so i think rosenhaus kind of knew he probably explai- tube and there i'm positive on some level even though no it's illegal according to the rules of the n._f._l. Under the c._b._a. I'm positive that rosenhaus was talking to other teams and saying if this happens if the contract is voided if for run out what is the market and i'm sure he knew what it was and so like. Did he know those things. I don't. I'm sure he did was explicitly laid out by the raiders. I'm i'm not sure about how that worked but <hes> i'm sure he knew exactly what the situation was yeah so in other words. He knew the patriots were looking at him and that he could play there. Air instead of explicitly said i'm sure he knew what the market was. When you think of maybe this is like a wild theory and so. I got on tin foil hat. You're so picture that all of us but if <hes> excuse me antonio brown got to the raiders he was happy happy for a little while then started practicing with these guys right maybe gets the training camp and he's like what they're not going to be very good and then he's just decides besides you know what bleep this. I'm just going to act ugly. I'm gonna throw crap all over the walls until i'm just going to keep doing it. Even though you tell me to stop even though you tell me you know i'm gonna find you find me on posting on instagram like i'm going to now make it even bigger mess and then he knows that he enforce himself out because he knows that there's maybe a winner. That will be there for him. I think that it's not out of their own with possibility as i now take my tinfoil hat off and put my reporter reporter hat right back on that. This is something that could have happened because when it's five hours after somebody releases you that you are with defending super bowl champions. There's maybe somebody should look into that right. I mean i think i went once the further with my tin foil will happen i tweeted and it was more of a joke but <hes> as as everything in my life does it relates to seinfeld but there was there was an episode of seinfeld where the mets wanted to hire george costanza away from the yankees and they couldn't just hire him because it would be tampering and they wouldn't be able to go hire them away from team so they told him to do everything he could to get fired from the yankees. He started dragging the world series trophy around he was wearing babe ruth pants from the yankee museum. <hes> everything do get fired so that the mets would be able to hire him like in my mind. Bella check like a go create chaos out there. We need to bring you in. That's the only way we can get you and that's again a complete and total conspiracy. Uh but i like to think that it's true. Let's talk about some of the possible reaction and we can expect here from the raiders because i wanna in a hypothesize what derek carr might say about antonio brown's tweet of bumper cars meaning. He and his brother david had been doing some conversation about antonio brown. That's what i interpreted that tweet demean. I can't imagine it would mean anything else so cars generally very nice well-spoken guy in front of the media very even temperament. Do we expect any crazy reaction from him. Certainly not i mean he's a quarterback right and quarterbacks are always is going to be measured in what they say. Now i do sort of wish that we have been hearing directly from derek carr instead of through really an intermediary as his brother on n._f._l. Network right. I think especially because derek carr was in the locker room today and we were told as he came back in that he was not going to be talking and and that's fine. He certainly has that right and he's a quarterback. He speaks one time a week but i just think it would have been nice to hear directly from derek carr car <hes> since you know he had been nothing but supportive i totally respect dirk are not talking but i think that you know it just it just would have been nice to hear from the quarterback in that particular situation and he doesn't have to but he could've essentially descending out press releases. I mean through his approach. That's what he's doing in. They're not it's not it's not like they're being secretive about it. I think that's that's the one thing i'll say about this is like if it was just some secret that if it was some random person in the media and derek carr was feeding things to get it out there and not talking to the media locally but hey i'm gonna feed this to whoever you you know whatever national reporter and it's coming out saying oh source close to the team said like that would be a little bit different to me than in this case. It's basically his brother going on tv serving mrs mouthpiece and saying explicitly. I talked to derrick this morning. Here is what he said. I think they're being pretty open about it. It just it clearly rubbed antonio radio brown the wrong way and you know we saw the other day he unfolded the raiders and derek carr on instagram and then reformed the raiders but not car like that was pretty telling of where they are have a check dam sure he unveiled the raiders as well now he did. Yes yeah <hes> but you know. I think that was incredibly telling that when he did follow the raiders he did not re follow derek carr. You know i it was pretty clear that that relationship was was heading in the wrong way. Even though derek carr continued to say how close they were and how they've played well after field and here's the other thing it listen it's part of the job we understand but how many times jon gruden was asked how many times micmac was asked just how many times derek carr was asked about the distractions in about everything that's going on and how many times they basically said. You're inventing this you guys the media are inventing the story story. No no weren't by the way to the same thing to the readers out there to the fans out there like these things are not invented. There's a reason isn't that story. Lines are storylines. This was something that was going on and it was bubbling over all the time and it was distracting the team. It was bothering the team. It certainly had been an issue for a while and now it just has has reached that point where they couldn't deal with it anymore but i think it would absolutely not be surprising if it was something that tonio earlier brown was like i need to do this i need to get out and this is my way out and the other thing is it wasn't blown out of proportion either. That's the that's the phrase that like gets on my nerves a little bit. <hes> men like all these things you're saying. They were blown out of proportion. It's blown out of proportion. He's just a wide receivers blown out of proportion. Friggin von miller said that on on a conference call the other day no. It's not blown out of proportion when you're yelling at g._m. In practice right you're posting your fines on instagram. When you ask on instagram to be released win. You recorded your ahead coach with a stencil your head coach with the conversation. Put it on a two minute youtube video in a two party consent state. I don't really think any of these things are being blown out of proportion so i love what jonathan abram had to say on twitter and he put this out just about a little over an hour ago he says in today's world the worst drug there is called attention

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"babe ruth" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Jim bass will see Kelly will be on the field we go over the Dallas Cowboys against the New York Giants thanks to a six year ninety million dollar contract extension Edward reports fifty million of that is guaranteed so he is the highest paid back in the league per year averages well is guaranteed money topping Todd Gurley and that was important for you guys right right right well. probably from the best Jerry Jones on A. B. overpaid anybody when you're talking about that kind of money for all of the play if you really wanted to look at it that way one is John how is war she realized his skills then he's in the market place of where we are and post for Jan pro football Jaguars quarterback Nick Foles dealing with an oblique injury they upholds the chiefs on Sunday baseball Mookie Betts huge night for aids two home runs five not the red Sox top twenty sixty two Indian spend off the white Sox eight six Oscar marcato had three it's the game saving catch in the ninth inning Yankees first team that makes the ninety two wins the top the Rangers up for one getting home runs from judging Taurus pizza on the giants of the cardinals nine eight seven four two run shot you game winning blow their threads over the Phillies eight five Michael Reyes Z. he had a whole Ron got the win on the mountain played outfield last player to do that Babe Ruth met double that.

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Reds' Lorenzen has a game not seen since Ruth

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Reds' Lorenzen has a game not seen since Ruth

"Phillies are struggling as well. They're playing okay little five and five in their last ten but they struggle against the reds and lost game eight to five michael lorenzen who was in as the starting pitcher got the win. I'm sorry has relief. Pitcher got the win and ended up finishing the game in center field. He is the first person to do that at he hit a home. Run two run home run in the eighth inning got. The win hit the two home the two run home run and finished a game in centerfield first guy since babe ruth to do

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Enter Rivera: Yankee closer awaits his place in Hall of Fame

Joe Giglio

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Enter Rivera: Yankee closer awaits his place in Hall of Fame

"I know you're on a hall of fame tracking to upstate New York for this upcoming weekend what's the hall of fame story line that you're looking to follow and then be able to write about after being in Cooperstown this week yeah there's you know big class of course six people going in I think it's that the overriding story line I think you have to say is gonna be Mariano Rivera because a he's a Yankee and the Yankees icing the cake most of the air out of the room wherever they are anyway the fact that he had all those great moments in the last Yankees dynasty the fact that Rivera is going in as the first unanimous hall of Famer ever which is still amazing to me I'm kind of sorry by the way he is he got unanimous vote because yeah I always get a kick out of it all like Ty Cobb Babe Ruth nobody was there I don't know who the voters would be that would look at that Babe Ruth Ty Cobb and say no yeah not good enough I'm not gonna vote for that guy but they did it and and it's marcato finally unanimous so y'all you'll of course be the big story line you'll have some you know a lot of emotional Todd with the White House a day going in posthumously and and I I believe his wife is gonna talk and and and yeah I'm sure that'll be really a touching and the tragic moment that he's not there yeah you have the controversy we heard that last December the batters committee put at least now and Harold Baines and and course a lot of people had their say that they don't think either one of those guys are hall of Famers and you know but they'll be there as well which means it'll be a big moment for the Chicago teams because listener long coat time with the cubs and Harold Baines with the white Sox so you know it's kind of a little bit of something for everybody in this year's class I think sounds like your last story lines cues problems got it will be re new over the weekend have a good time up in Cooperstown we appreciate out but on board with

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"babe ruth" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Gonna happen but we'll see tomorrow all right all right let's get to this week's quiz in troy first quiz what do you got for us dot all right here we go the nineteen thirty five all star game played at cleveland municipal stadium was unique for this reason was it hey it was the highest attended mid summer classic ever be it was babe ruth fuck first or i'm sorry babe ruth final all star game see it was the only mlb game played at cleveland municipal stadium that season or d it was the first of all star game to be played at night nineteen thirty five buster and i remember well highest attended all star game ever babe ruth last one only mlb game played in that stadium that season or d the first all star game to be played at night i'm gonna go hey highest attended all star game you gotta try i'm gonna go with cd only game played in the stadium that season well troy just draws the first blood right out of the chute how that was great yes i learned i was thinking about that taking that one but it was so random it just it felt so random that you that you wouldn't ab just throwing that in on your own so mistake by may troy gotta write what were you gonna say top i'm gonna say yeah yes it boom very well well earned a the indians played at league park and if i'm not mistaken municipal stadium was kind of built on spec the hosts the nineteen thirty two summer olympics never happened it was just gigantic and it was always gigantic and a and a big crowd not the biggest ever they put they all star game in there and the indians finally shifted over there fulltime a several years later so there you go.

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"babe ruth" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Them credit for. No. I don't because they have never. They've not been created nice about pulling it. You know what I've been to? I've been talking about Palinka. I think a lot of this stuff is confirmation bias, everybody thinks he's a screw up. So everybody assumes that because the trade didn't get finalized, until isn't isn't finalized on June July the thirtieth. He must've f the whole thing up. There's not much you could have done on that either. Right. I don't think New Orleans ever gonna agree to that. All right. Okay. Go ahead your game. We're doing. Right here with the game because you've got to leave. Yeah. Well. So here we go. This is the game for me. I called groups of five. You're are you familiar with name that tune? You say I can name that tune in five notes and you go backwards. This is the opposite of that. I'm going to give you a category. And you can you have to tell me how many in that category. You think you name, you can know how many of that five you always have the most complicated games? So you would say like remote, he would say, like three or four, whatever and you were name them, Mason. You my counter with I can. Say you would say name that group. Yeah. Now, wrong, the other person can steal. All right. So here's the first category. Ramona will start with you all time career home. Run leaders the top five, I'll save five. You can name all five. I don't know we'll buy not okay? Go ahead. Funeral name those five fairy bonds, one. Hank Aaron number two. Shoot. Shot may have overshot it. Let's think the third one seems pretty Mickey Mantle. No, that's not right. Babe ruth. Favorite money. Do I need you just need a name just eat? All this, babe. Ruth favorites. Yeah. All right. Steve. Do you. Very bonds, Babe Ruth, Alex Rodriguez. A rod. Oh, I wouldn't have got really news. Six on this list. Albert Albert pulse. Yeah. Wow. That's what I said. All right, Steve your category, definitely got all five of I five presidents of the United States of America. I can name five. All right. I can name five to you, but you go first. Why it is my turn. I know. But I'm trying to hold your hand game Washington. Washington Adams, Jefferson Madison Monroe that is correct, too easy. I'm up to now but sometimes the hard ones. Advantageous. No, we, we had to learn them all in a song when I was Ramona. Games played all time for the Los Angeles Clippers. Oh, this is hard, but that's only need to name to I'm gonna say to name to all right? Steve games played all time for the Los Angeles Clippers all time games played for the clippers Ramona can name too. Name. Well, I think Blake Griffin's there. See one of them is not. Blake Griffin's, none of the top five he was there for a long time. Not that wrong. Steve, you can steal..

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Ruth Jersey, New York And Yankees discussed on Joel Riley

Joel Riley

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Ruth Jersey, New York And Yankees discussed on Joel Riley

"And Babe Ruth jersey is a new record holder for the most expensive piece of sports memorabilia, the New York, Yankees, jersey dating from nineteen twenty eight to nineteen thirty sold for more than five point six million dollars at auction on

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Babe Ruth jersey fetches record-breaking $5.6 million at auction

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Babe Ruth jersey fetches record-breaking $5.6 million at auction

"Collectible from a baseball legend gets top dollar. The Big Apple. Going on the road jersey worn by Babe Ruth from nineteen twenty eight to nineteen thirty has been sold at auction for more than five point six million dollars making it the most expensive piece of sports memorabilia ever sold. The previous price record had been held by nineteen twenty Ruth Yankees jersey that went for four point four million dollars in two thousand twelve the item was part of a collection, put up for sale by the roof, family and private collectors Saturday at Yankee

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Homer., Ruth Yankees And Six Million Dollars discussed on WGR Programming

WGR Programming

00:10 sec | 1 year ago

Homer., Ruth Yankees And Six Million Dollars discussed on WGR Programming

"Homer. A ninety year old Babe Ruth Yankees game jersey sold at auction today for five point six million dollars two million more than the previous record for a Ruth

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"babe ruth" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

14:18 min | 1 year ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Welcome back. Everybody. Ted Randall's talking baseball last week loyal listeners here hurt his devote time to be brewed at long last receiving the medal of freedom. Now more about the big fella after a decorated career at the Washington Post. Our next guest is taken long form writing to a whole new place. Her biographies of Mickey Mantle and say, it'd be Colfax became bestsellers. She regards those as two thirds of her trilogy. And now another blockbuster entitled the big fella Babe Ruth and the world he created from HarperCollins books, which is earned for the Seymour medal award awarded annually by the society of American baseball research sabre and a nomination for the biography of the year from the national book, Critics Circle, here's the Babe Ruth of biographers. Jane? Lady Jane, great to have you on the show. Jane, this is an extraordinary work of scholarship. It took eight years encompass more than two hundred fifty interviews for a subject that so much has been written about throughout history. Making this a quite a challenge. And this guy was on your radar fruit for years for decades. Yeah. I started out believe it or not is early in the eighties and nineties wanting to write a novel about him because I figured that was the only way you could inhabit the caricature that he had become, you know, bandied leg big chested guy that everybody thought he was always, of course, as you know, he was why came to the Red Sox. He was a kind of dude it nineteen fourteen. But what happened is that the ability to research and dig back into history and to basically rewrite history changed with the digital revolution. And so I was able to find in documents on its state archives at a newspaper records the story about his childhood that had never been told. And a lot of you set aside, you sideline a lot of mythology about him, for example that he was an orphan. Yeah. There were two conflicting and completely irreconcilable. This was that he was an orphan the other was that he was an incorrigible meaning a boy who had to be sent away by the courts to be reformed at a school called St Mary's industrial school on the western edge of Baltimore City. And neither of those was true. But those mis prospered in the absence of him having anything to say on on the matter. He would get angry when people called him and offered and say, no, no, no, I had parents. But he never went further than that. And the truth is that his parents were divorced which was something you didn't brag about or you didn't have Barbara Walters or dice player minutes. Offer. You a guests. Shot to go explain and and elicit sympathy for what was basically a Dickensian childhood. So his parents were divorced. His father accused his mother of being both an adulterer at an alcoholic. He kicked her out at nineteen o six custody of the kids, and basically that sealed little Georgia's fate because his father had no interest or time for him and sent him loss to live at the at Saint Mary's industrial school, which is run by a lay order of Catholic brothers called as a very brothers. You got to sources about the baby that no one had before. Well, again, I it was because you're able to find things now in documents that my very able predecessors couldn't have found for example, the the divorce of George route senior and Kate schamberger Reuss was it was made news and the Baltimore in Baltimore papers is in the Baltimore Sun in may nineteen o six, but you'd have had to read, you know, microfiche for hours weeks months in order to find that item since there was no there was no wave click a mouse and say, you know, give me everything Georgia Georgia's senior where now it just pops up in front of your. Three and astonishing gift that you received from the cyber God's back late. Babe Ruth became Babe Ruth incorporated in here. In your book. We meet a failed newspaper cartoonist in adman named Christy Walsh, who created the template for the modern celebrity athlete. How did they meet in one thousand nine hundred twenty one Kristie wells? Well, Christy Walsh was a master is really the original Jerry Maguire, and he was a master of spin. And damage control words that didn't exist in in nineteen twenty one. But apparently, and this is according to his nephew, Richard. He was so desperate. Having just lost his job in in a car ad agency that he found out where babe was staying and climbed up the fire escape. Cold opened the window of his room found him in bed with a blonde climbs through the open window slapped him on a button and said, I want to represent you. Wow. Who is the kind of moxy that Babe Ruth. I think would've appreciated also the fact that he was offering him for his ghost-written stories columns that would appear in papers around the country and most predominantly in New York, you know, ten times what he had received before. But by nineteen twenty seven year, he hits the sixty home runs because it Kristie Walsh. He's making more money off the field. And he is on it. Yeah. He was the model for modern celebrity. I mean, Walsh really was visionary. And in Ruth he had a guy who was in every sense of the word game. If you said, they please go, you know, hold a lobster on national lobster day. He'd do it. If he sees hold a dead. Turtle. He'd do it you pose with anyone and anything that would, you know, broaden his appeal and his image and Walsh was smart enough to. Physician him as the first really major spokesperson. You know that he he did more in nineteen in the nineteen twenties. And Peyton Manning is doing that. It's hard to believe because Payton's on every commercial. We're with Jane Levy who has written another blockbuster. The big fella Babe Ruth in the world. He created from HarperCollins books, and and as part of the celebrity janey takes on Commissioner Landis, who takes exception to the fact that he's endorsing everything and bay feels that he has a right to make a living after the season. Yeah. He one of the things that surprised me. The most about him was how really well-spoken and forthright. He was about players writes back at a time when they had none. So one of the ways that these guys made money in the off season was to do barnstorming tours and everybody did them. But of course, Babe Ruth did them bigger and better than anyone else. And there is a crazy rule on the books that said that if you had played in the World Series, you couldn't barnstorm because. The people who ran baseball back then were dimwitted about marketing and did not understand that it was to their advantage for Babe Ruth to go out into the countryside the game and promote the game to people who remember there's no radio. They can't hear it. They can't see it. Right. And Babe Ruth said, you know. Well, gee, I think I have a right to make a living doing what I do best. And by the way, I think what we're doing is great for baseball Landis who was busy trying to consolidate his power as the first Commissioner in the fall of twenty one and who has his own problems because there are investigations have him in congress because he won't give up his job on the on the federal bench in Chicago. You know, makes a big case out of this and says if you go, you know, you're you're you're gonna be fine. You're going to be suspended Ruth tests him and does anyway. And of course, he was. Finding suspended. He lost his World Series money. And he was suspended for a quarter of the twenty two season. How out of balance Jane is the popular perception of the bay with the reality. You know, I think that it's. It's so. Like, so many other mess. It's a matter of degree as you point out. So yeah, he overate. Yeah. He drank too, much beer. Yes. He availed himself of all the pleasures of flesh. But remember when he got out of Saint Mary's, this guy who is supposed to be this wild, man. The kid who was supposed to run amok on the waterfront of Baltimore. His first instinct was to get married so nineteen fourteen when he gets out of St Mary's at age nineteen it signs with the Baltimore Orioles. Minor league team is sold to the Red Sox. He meets a waitress Helen Helen Woodford who become selling Reuss, and he gets married. His first instinct was not to go nuts. But to try to give himself the family. He never had a sure it the marriage didn't work out he discovered that. She was. Sixteen. He was nineteen. He didn't know how to be a husband. He didn't know how to be a father. That's hardly surprising. But again, his first instincts for to try to create what he'd never had as. Early in the book you have in in our remaining moments. Jane Levy early in the book, you have almost a full page of nicknames. Do you do you think fans have any understanding of how overwhelming his celebrity was in his time? No. And that's really probably what I was trying to do. And I found thirty thirty eight more of them by the way since since I wrote the book. No, there was no way to capture the bigness of him. And so sports writers of the day. And remember sportswriting was just coming into the fullness of tabloid journalism and they're competing for take to get the best of him in the most from him. And they can't find a word with all those things put together they're still not enough big enough to encompass how big he was. He was a revolutionary, Ed. Reinvented baseball. He took it don't hands for away from the micro managers like John McGraw waited who hated Jack done for selling for selling him to the Red Sox and not giants, by the way. He took the game out of their hands, and remade it with his two very very large positive fifty four ounce back, and he he reinvented how how players were thought of that. He created the notion of players entertainers who should be remunerated not just for the balls. He hit outta ballparks. But for the people he brought into them, and he barnstorming against negro leaguers, which was it. He's not the only one to do it. But he was Babe Ruth. And so his sanction of their play and his his willingness to articulate that what she did in the newspapers I spoke volumes. And I know the answer is no, here's no way. You you. You a modern reader can understand how really big he was let me ask you in the in the remaining moments that we have writers back in his day were in close proximity. The babe. And that's all there was as you said. There was no radio. There was no television. It was newspapers, and they brandished his fame and yet there was so much. They did not right about that. They I witnessed the irony is they were as close to him and had such access to him. Again, a word use today, but not in use then, but they didn't write most of what they knew about him personally because everything that was you know, off the field was considered absolutely for boat. And there was a kind of clubhouse omerta, and they just didn't write anything personal. And so while they knew him very, well, they didn't convey that in print which is the opposite of today where the mandate for reporters to write every thought and personal item. And everybody has a phone. For you. Go in our remaining, thirty seconds. What's next for? Jane Levy, you're gonna write the we've had Mickey Mantle. We've had said he Colfax we've had Babe Ruth. I know that's a trilogy. Anything else coming? You got an idea for me it. We'll talk about it off the air. Right now. I mean, Arizona doing book book festivals and collecting this seem more mental which I'm thrilled. Receiving congressional. I'm I'm thinking about a couple of things. But if I say it out loud, you know, what happens now..

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"babe ruth" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"And then all of a sudden, you realize wilt did it sixty five consecutive games. Why is we don't recognize will Chamberlain the way we recognize Babe Ruth that that they're you know, there's like they're not real a mythical figure, but we recognize the greatness of Babe Ruth. We forget about will Chamberlain. I think whether it's fair or not one thing we say about wilt is that he he was almost like a character out of Gulliver's travels. Right. Like, he's this super sized athletes, whereas everybody else around him outside of Bill. Russell was a smaller player playing almost a different sport. I think we are are are looking at will as this. This is being overpowering. Whereas we look at Babe Ruth is being maybe more skilled. It's I don't know if I agree with it. I mean, I love I agree with that much either. I think we'll accomplishments personally should be. I I'm with you. I think we'll sit college mentor. But I you know, when when this conversation comes up, it's like a will was this seven foot one monster. And how many other guys we're able to defend him on your physical level that seems to be the argument? Yeah. But same with shack. Nobody could come close to his size, but they were more. I mean, there were more guys check it. You ain't gonna lie guys that were not check size, but comparable. Then you go back to the days of wealth. I mean, how many guys were even close to physically overpower? We're talking about Russell being as peer Russell like six nine like, you know, with a great defensive instincts skills, but he was nowhere near as physically biggest we'll either, but you had guys who were big Nate Thurman was very good defensive player while Bellamy had guys who were similar size or at least close. I would. But I don't know. I just feel like we we look at Wilton go. Oh, I don't even know how categorize him. What he did? You know, in the fact that we don't have video when he scored one hundred points in a calf. Did it really happen? You know, it's one of those where did he did we really land on the moon type thing, and we have video of that? I mean, mo- most people only don't we'll hundred point gain from that. You know, that that piece of paper held hold on me on the internet where everybody just kind of changes it with Ben Simmons goes for one. They raise the two zero one offensive faith on it. I mean, honestly like most people know that we'll did it what they don't have any context of. How did it? Are you buying into the rockets now this late run beating Golden State again without harden when we get to the playoffs L I'm buying in not to say that they're they're they're going to win. But I think they're back on that level that they were lashed the defensive numbers. Trouble me, they're not a very good defensive team right now. Whereas last year they were in the top half. Leaked defensively. But you know, forget hard forget, Paul. The reason this team is back on a championship radar are those bargain-basement additions. They've made dad I mean, Kenneth Reid is giving them like sixteen in pen was stapled to that. Nets mentioned has been a shell himself. The last years. Austin rivers was let go basically by two teams this year. And now he's giving them thirty three minutes per game. This team had a bad off a lost a Reza Elorza by moot? Say they lost some of their defensive identity, you know, in the process in getting for reading rivers, some of the other guys that they've been able to grow. They're starting to get some of that swagger back. So I think you can count on Chris Paul and James harden being great if they're healthy. But you're now able to count on the role players being a lot better than they were at the start of the season to visit with you. Chris safe travels. Thanks for joining us. You don't even want to talk about the Celtics. I'm disappointed in that debt. I assumed it'd be some Celtic related conversation. If you're a betting man is Kyrie Irving with the Celtics next year. Yes. Five years hundred.

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"babe ruth" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I that's gonna take a week for me to figure that one out both years. Can I say both of them? I mean, we could combine them because I feel like there's there's so many great years that he had that's an obvious. You know, hot take that we have right here. But if you're say, what is bear best year that you experience for you, could you. Yeah. Is there one that stands out or they all just go together? Well, yeah, I think you mentioned the two obviously what really sticks in your mind is is the home run chase. I mean, I I can't tell you. How many nights the majestic home runs? And he's and bays and Killebrew Babe Ruth, these people that you just you know, the greatest in the game. I mean, those things you never forget. I think when he hit three seventy was just as impressive because he walked two hundred times and you got to pitches they hit the game. And and when he got a pitch to hit he put it in playing gotta hit. I mean, those are amazing things. But I think. Certainly the home runs will stay with you forever. 'cause there were such. They were such majestic moments. Ron absolutely amazing to talk to you. It's been a pleasure. Thank you so much for hanging out with us for a couple of minutes. Are you are you in Asia? Are you still back home? No, no, no. I'm milking this thing. How's that? Polar vortex going. Yeah. No kidding. I think we don't have to deal with that shoot. I hope we don't start baseball in February major league baseball. We wouldn't be able to say there. Have you talked to your family back home? Are they are? They just are. They not staying are. They not going outside legis that not even the girl. There on the east coast. It's not quite as bad. My sister used to live in Minnesota. And she used to deal with that weather. But yeah, no, my mom's eighty two now back in Connecticut. My brother, and my sister in law, that's user back there. And it's not that bad there yet. It's moving that way. So hopefully, it won't hit him as hard as it didn't west Ron, I appreciate you. Thank you so much of appreciable. Hopefully, we'll catch up with you throughout the year. Being daycare. You're the man right there. Right there. Whoa. The world is the outstanding all right away cave yards. A number will continue the hot stove. Our does a couple of minutes left here to offer. Kevin Franson on the sports leader..

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"babe ruth" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on WWL

"Watched footage of Babe Ruth run? I think I could run around the basis faster than Babe Ruth. Every time. It's all relative to era doesn't take away from his greatness for his time. But I don't think because he's become this myth in this folklore. Those comments should be dismissed as like controversial are crazy for you know, adamant Vito said that in a podcast in a relaxed format for a reason because he believes that like since then he's probably had to walk it back again. He did have to walk. He said he didn't mean it as disrespectful. He probably didn't mean it as disrespectful. He just that's his reaction. He thinks he would strike Babe Ruth out every time. And I think he's right. Hey, what's the argument that a modern day baseball player? Wooden strike Babe Ruth at every time. Nineteen. Baseball career. I believe ended in one thousand nine hundred thirty five forty five fifty five sixty five seventy five eighty five ninety five thousand five hundred fifty that is eighty four years ago. The simple human. Evolution would tell you at that point, not only athletic evolution human evolution data, abolition supplement evolution nutritional training. Evolution changes in the game. Everybody playing nowadays. Fulltime baseball players are making millions of dollars versus whatever was going on. So I don't think that's crazy. I don't know where he has to walk that back. I bet you would strike Babe Ruth out every time. I didn't say I would strike Babe Ruth out every time I said, I would maybe run around basis fashion them. I'm not saying I would strike I'm not going that far that would be disrespectful, but an actual major league pitcher who strike it out. Major league baseball guys very often nowadays. Hardly. Anyone gets a hit off of strike, babe. Ruth out every time we walk around that. Because dude has a candy bar named after eight five five two one two four two two seven Robin Lindbergh on Twitter. It's the Robin Lundberg show here on CBS sports radio. You're listening to the Lovin lunberg show..

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"babe ruth" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on Double Toasted

"I'll be mad as became attorney. My place laugh that scene. I really got the impression that seeing that the two of them set that up because they like to do their routines when they like, okay. We about to beat somebody. They see us in the movie would go in. We'll do number six. I see. Yeah. Yes. Just kind of charm person behind the counter, and it didn't bother me. I liked it. I would just wonder, but you've made it clear to me. I see what you're saying. Yeah. You're right. You're right. So, hey, brilliant. What I liked about. It though is that you know, they they they're married couple. I know people make that joke all that. But no, they really are man is in daring their America couple because it doesn't help that. He's calling him babe. All the time. You know, everybody else doesn't. But it hit people's a special rain to interesting that that all of Hardy's nickname was babe. Because I was also the nickname of curly from the three stooges oh, really babe was just a bare poplin back in the day, Babe Ruth. Maybe that's just like a fat guy thing. Call people. Maybe it's like dre today. Like, babe the blue big blue. Yeah. Yeah. But they they. You know, they they would finish each other's sentences. Man. You know, they finish each other's words and also finish actions in the way, they were meant they they were more married to know. Why look I mean sometimes he wanted to. Okay, y'all fucking they hold in hands again in band together. And this is like, and if you know what? And if you work, that's that's great because they were perfect for each on. They got along better than they got along with with their wives. I think like they knew it was really it was a minute was a door to see them get into a little spat not wanna talk to each other. And then all of a harder would say, I t the woman be like, how do you want it and STAN would be like a lot of sugar whatever the fuck you slot ham. But he would finish it form. And then he's like. Who I at you? You know? I love that man. You know? It's really that's what it is man. You know? This is the heterosexual movie about but that that is romantic comedy this. You know, this is a I've learned up with this. I mean, which was obvious out there romantic comedies. It's not about the sex even about the romance. It's about the the meeting the chemistry in the break-up bring you get back together. We'll we'll won't they we. And since we are in about these guys we get kind of in the middle of them meeting and the meeting is in Mia reunited to go on his tour. That's the relation. Going throughout the tour. That's the endorse of the relation. Of course. They they have a huge fight. And will they get back together? And you want them to because they might not be gay. But they're great together. You know what? I mean, there's I mean besides their history. Also big secret hanging over their heads..

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"babe ruth" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"But. Candlestick. We had if you're doing good. And you're you know, you're you'd run to the lower deck. But if you lost the game, you'd have the punishment run read up to do every aisle up and down on the upper deck candlestick. And that was that would get you breathing are Stanford Stanford Stadium. We'd go down there and run the stairs. There that was just the last eight rose rebels going straight up, and they were long, and they were hard, and it gets you in shape. But I tried everything. I mean, you know, Nautilus free with free weights, yoga, whatever, we tried everything. And so good, well, babe. Whatever it did a worked. All right, Babe Ruth. So part of it is it helps to be the greatest hitter pitcher you've ever see after the medicine ball session, probably a stake in a cigar starting to read the book by Jane, Levy, the big fella. I just started. I got it at Christmas. Mike you read it the new biography on him. No. I'll check it. I'll give me love Babe Ruth when I was in Philadelphia. My really it was tug McGraw who I just adored, and I learned so much for toga. He loved Babe Ruth. I mean, he had memorabilia he went and saw Bruce wipe any guy that ever played in that era that he came across. He would sign for hours would ask about Babe Ruth. And he had so many incredible stories about the bay back in the day when they went on the train, you know, they didn't have boom boxes. So they brought their musician and Babe Ruth. Brought a piano player wherever he went up. There was a little gathering above the troops in his room after a game which happened too often. There was the tunes. He had. That's awesome. You you love to play your music and the guys like to walk in with their ear buds in now. And and there's all babe. Get around the get around the piano and tickle the ivory good stuff. Mike fun just of kicking it around. Who knows what will happen by next Tuesday? But we do know have a great weekend. Enjoy everything we'll talk Tuesday. Cuco on Kamiar. Tim Ryan next on these sports.

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"babe ruth" Discussed on PTI

PTI

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on PTI

"Podcast that he'd make a fool of Babe Ruth. If the Ben beano played today, he recalled telling the coach, quote, I strike Babe Ruth out every time rest in peace shout out to Beirut. But I mean, the guy hotdogs drank beer, it was just a different game pulls, quote, Tony if you don't tell this full where to stick it. I will first of all I love the fact that he said out the Babe Ruth. That's great. If the Babe Ruth that played in the twenties and thirties came up today looking like that carrying a forty two ounce back this guy who's never faced one hundred an hour heater. This guy would strike him at every time. But the craziness is to think that that guy wouldn't be in the major leagues now because nutrition is different and offseason is different workout two different. If Babe Ruth showed up now is Babe Ruth what he would be is Aaron judge times one or two hit fifty sixty and probably seventy and he'd take out of the no, the if this guy thinks that it'd Babe Ruth Roussy, think of Willie Mays and Hank Aaron and let me just go to something you be stupid shifts. They employees the employed them because the the numbers are so stupid. And they're so ignorant of what can be done on a baseball field by great players. Do you? What do you think would happen? If Pete Rose waited until people shifted on he left, he hit eight hundred because every time they shifted. Not only would he would hit a baseball into who left handed power hitters of two. To do that. That's my point. I should baseball is a sport. Which in many ways has gotten worse. Do you think sandy Colfax couldn't play in today's game? Do you think this this dope? Think Bob Gibson couldn't play as I think the important thing is this asinine. You can compare numbers, but you cannot compare people because the world changes and involve if we'll Chamberlain as we knew him came around to day he'd be the greatest thing that everyone has ever seen. So join with you in saying shut up yesterday, we mentioned that Steph. Curry did not believe that men had ever landed on the moon. I said I thought this had to be a lighthearted Omar's to kyri Irving saying the earth was flat. But it appears curry actually believes this. He said so on the winging it podcast hosted by fellow NBA years, Vince Carter and as more we'll bonus questioning the moon landing bad look for Steph. Curry is a bad. Look everybody is not just a Korean. I'm gonna say this. Let me start by saying if this is a joke. They're just trolling people. Because I believe Peres doing that. I feel certain that he's doing and I think Steph do whenever let me just say the three people who have taken up this call from the last forty eight hours, Marc spears of this network in this company, Steph curry, and Jalen rose, these people are my friends, I know them. Well, well, I'm with them their discussions all the time. I know their intellects don't do. This don't come out and say, we saw these pictures are kinda granted they're black and white happened before I was born. Because does that mean, you don't believe in slavery? Does that mean, you don't believe in the revolutionary war? They're not it because it didn't happen on your watch. Don't do this. You guys are too smart. Don't do is supposed to be are you saying J J J today? These guys if you are as real is you say if you are as technologically savvy as you appear don't do this very thing. I don't believe in history because the hell with history because it didn't happen while I was looking at my cell phone watch, a very small step to becoming a holocaust denier, don't do it. And so I'm gonna Cameron say. This and I'm going to say this both to Steph curry and Kyrie Irving go. I don't think he's joking. I'm gonna say this is anti intellectual, and it's anti science it should embarrass you should embarrass your family's. It should embarrass the fine schools. You went to Davidson Duke in the same state. It should embarrass. The NBA is not a position to take. Nasa is happy to bring you in more time. Bring you what's up? I believe you're trolling if tried on..

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"babe ruth" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"He's talking about Babe Ruth took a couple of swipes at Babe Ruth have that for you coming up here in a moment. The gang sheer ready to go gotta poll. Question. Mclovin that has to do with offense and defense we do. But I just wish it up. I started with would you rather? Enter the plans with a great defense or offense. Seventy four percent defense. Obvious going to jump in. I'm going to preview the Babe Ruth story with the question would Babe Ruth dominate in today's game. Yes, or no. I know it's a silly question. But we were arguing over it. So I think it's worth putting out then. Okay. All All right. right. Well, that's the setup here. So let's play it. This is the free agent reliever. Atom off vino who was. Brought it up with his coach and AAA about bay Bruce affective nece in today's game. Koshin AAA about Baber its effectiveness in today's game. And this was like ten years ago. I said look Babe Ruth swing. Swing swinging that band. I got an a buck for. Favors three seventy with sixty homers. I'm straight Baber time. Like, I'm not trying to disrespect them. You know recipes, you know, shout out to be Ruth. But it was a different game. I mean guy hotdogs to try and beer, and whatever he did. And it was just a different game. Okay. No disrespect, of course, and gives Babe Ruth a shout. That's so nice. Do we have any response in Babe Ruth checking? Okay. Babe. Hit three forty two and a twenty two year career and hit seven hundred fourteen home runs. Oh, by the way. One almost one hundred games as a pitcher. He was playing against pretty good players back. Then now, you can argue about there was no integration back then. Okay. But he was still playing against the best players in baseball and his numbers. He hit more home runs than teams did in some years what he dominate today. No, he would not. But let me take Adam auto vino back to the nineteen twenties. No supplements, no weight lifting travel by train no nutrition. And I want you to play the way they played under those conditions. How would Adam out of vino do back in nineteen twenty? And then I allow Babe Ruth to travel by charter nutrition weight throw in some PD's. If you want to everybody else has been doing them. So I get to do that for babe. Babe ruth. Now would Babe Ruth dominate the way. He did back then in the twenties. It's possible. But unlikely he was by foreign away the best player. Imagine a clean Barry Bonds who could also pitch. He won twenty games. A couple of times. I believe. He probably could have been a three hundred game winner. So let me just factor that in everybody looks at Babe Ruth and goes that fat guy. Okay. He wouldn't be fat. Now, he would he would be in shape now and people if you look see what baseball reference has Babe Ruth height and weight polling because it will shock people. How much Babe Ruth if I said over under two twenty for Babe Ruth under everybody is going to take over and he's probably under two hundred. They haven't listed six couple places. Six to two fifteen six one to ten different places. Another thing wouldn't Babe Ruth Babe Ruth be facing faster pitches now which would add to his power because the faster the pitch. The more chance there is for a home run that you're going to be a physics major know that. And so being he would he would have a chance to be more powerful now. Well, the defenses are better their specialization. I understand because you'd have pitchers who would pitch, you know, fourteen innings if they needed to the shifts that are on for Babe Ruth. But he would still be playing in Yankee Stadium, and that Tomer friendly, but Babe Ruth would be a different athlete now. And so would Adam oughta vino he might be a guy who was drinking beer eating a hotdog smoke in heaters. Yes. He but one I think that we should not forget that. I believe baseball players probably do still drink beer and eat hotdogs. Yeah. I get that they're in better shape..

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"babe ruth" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"Jackie Robinson died. There wasn't Jay was into. They meet. Hey, would you want Berkeley hip hop? He gotta put some ground happy. Cool her put the seats. Okay. Hip hop. Do you? Remember that movie the babe? John Goodman about Babe Ruth played Moby network. John good. What I was a while look at the ratio of Facebook as. Right. So we all know Babe Ruth was what Dominican? Bicket give you. Okay. So you give a nose job. I put him in a movie the white actor Hussein heartache play at Babel's, no different than Zoe sadda- play. Anglo-saxon caucasians? Right. He joined his platinum three secret families. It's like. Any money? For the show. Definitely gotta do the story from thirty to thirty. Dave baby plateau. Appeals talking to him. Like, you gotta come nego come out. Money. You gotta do. On if all. Canonica? Listen. Connecticut's what black Yankee cannot claim as Jamaica. Gary sheffield. Gary Shipe platelets. His name is it's guys like probably the car is guaranteeing guarantee. Giving Sheffield characters come on Jimmy s ain't good garrison Cheviot. Komo. Management is definitely the best attacks attorney Montego. Con carrying fears. Are you for closure? Jaren can ship by socio crackers. This is advocacy with. Just add to Katsumi. Okay. All right. All right. Put the coffee. That's all. Thing. My parents would wait till Sunday. At all my sisters privately. Young. Cook. For me, the house be mess. 'cause I am no only when that pulls up a broom in this. To say that every Saturday morning. Lady. Yo I'm trying to watch cartoons over here. Comoros? I like the hedge. I'd rather come on. Hello. So I don't wanna beef. I'm only seven I have no idea where we germ for breakfast show, pretty regular. No, I do not want coffee. I don't want coughing. Everyone that seven seven seven's. Oh, no Ferrell. You're not yard. If you if you didn't start everyday with feral shot at the new sponsor of the the. Of the podcast Ferrell. The was the fish oil box. You'll know because every week about you've ever cop at has issue, man. The cod oil pills. Oh my God. What what is it? Why why did farewell compound? You know, what it is? Was it forced to eat? Do you take that? Right. This big g you're talking about. No, you that's not the full combat and you talk about the seven seas liver oil capsules. Vitamin d vitamin d. Look you alive than umbrella. If you who's the DR like four years. Oh, yeah. We have vaccines. Just take. Little Horlick's dental gets to the day, go to work. So you get back home for the dogs here. Drink soda was really a laxative. Wake-up washout. Wednesdays. Oh me. But you go to the hospital Reader's Digest to read it and use the toilet. Everybody should now house. You know what I'm saying? Home book. Does I gotta go back to Jamaica. I gotta go back Baker in y'all know what it is what I'm saying run up there because the goats got guns telliano, they don't play. But yeah, I gotta go within be humble just live with no wifi. No electricity. You no payroll. No even across the street is like a four K production studio. Transferred. Because I'm I'm I'm in a cinderblock house across the street from fucker major steel, I are date. That's like eighty feet tall. In and out to Audi's puck on the driveway shit. I'm like like like what got wifi? They're like. No. We don't have you look at your phone this twenty eight. Whimsical Jamaican under the cedar should feel the rush field. People share your wifi. Oh, na. No. Emergency along. Gonna crash. Stupid. Okay. Murals clearly on a digital money. I'm not sure your wifi. Everyone knows if you are small island WI fi is more precious. Order you only use it. When you go home and get other people's WI fi. He was you need the for you. What's that? I think really thinking the Caribbean WI fi cheering wifi is a bigger problem than homosexuality. Would you dare you do double life doing for the foot? We'll have a password. Guilty guilty. Guilty case called. Get them out of my sight. Over the phys..

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"babe ruth" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on WTVN

"Experience was Babe Ruth legendary. Call three points to center field before homering into the Wrigley field bleachers in the fifth inning. It was game three of the World Series. And the Yankees won seven the five this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty one third baseman, Bobby Thompson hits a one out three run home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to win the nationally it for the New York. Giants Thompsons Homer wrapped up mazing come from behind run for the giants. The giants went on to lose the series to the Yankees. But Thompson's miraculous homerun remains one of the most. Memorable moments in sports history. Referred to as the shot heard round the world this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty Larry Holmes retains his WBZ heavyweight title defeating Muhammad Ali and this week in two thousand one the Atlanta Braves defeat the Florida Marlins twenty two three to clinch the National League east title and become the first team in professional sports with ten consecutive division titles. Stature iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. And now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule sports fans at sandy west. And I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start back in nineteen twenty one and the first broadcast of the World Series on radio, the New York Yankees beat the New York Giants three two zero. This week in one thousand nine hundred fifty five Baltimore Colts full-back Alan MSCI becomes the first rookie in NFL history to top one hundred yards rushing in his first two games. Get one hundred and fifty three against the Detroit Lions after his one hundred.

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"babe ruth" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of moves. Like, that But that's how do you explain that to people who didn't witness the idea that somebody kept getting into the batter's box and was so feared that no matter the pitcher who was. Also possibly on steroids they didn't wanna throw the ball in the, strike zone to him and they just kept letting him have first base all season How do you explain that one I don't know. Here's a guy that was really elite we saw Babe Ruth in, his prime we all saw it he needed the Greg dead Do? They can get. At this point so that's that's definitely. Big for the Yankees you know it's. Important that they have. Another piece swaggering swashbuckling legend Barry Bonds. Was, Babe Ruth in baseball with the help of steroid. Yeah that that's an important addendum you Dave. Was just, bay was beloved right that's that's correct babe also black His personal. Record, book yes Chapter four that's the chapter don't doesn't everybody, miss that time in. Baseball Everyone miss the twenties steroids Steroids not the roaring twenties I'm incredulous that you do miss those, times to be honest Storrs baseball. Hunt, stars that we. Cared about they were artificially enhanced stars oh and a wonderful You were. Loving, they come on Down here hidden. Bombs at players One hundred, and? Fifty feet for my entertainment right but I wasn't thrilled with it retroactively once I had the information, that for the, love of..

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"babe ruth" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"babe ruth" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Is some new guy equal tulip drawn that liberatti early her patrick them you know um but i have this growing benefit just sort of the way culture is now that we're not going to stop talking about your and the way we i usually stop talking about bill russell or these guys i don't think it's going to happen um i was talking with some guys the tech thing about this to their friend in fargo he coaches babe ruth baseball okay ah now babe ruth is like now when i played it was like the ps and babe ruth was like seventh and eighth grade now it gets babe ruth is this whole thing that kind kinda competes with legion baseball but he was interesting babe ruth was playing in seventy okay he was an active major league baseball player three two hundred years later his name is still associated with like youth baseball what do you think the familiarity with the name michael jordan will be in the year you know um you know a hundred years post his new the middle of his career like you think that but michael jordan will like we'll it i mean i guess see the shoes play a role on as if the shoes are still something people are wearing but i think he is away to be relevant to generation that doesn't remember seeing play because you talking about a lot of people now ray his his last great game was ninety ninety eight the the uh the steel in the shot all that stuff you basically you have to be twenty seven twenty eight years old or older.

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