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Accept The Consequences (MM #4523)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Accept The Consequences (MM #4523)

"The Minute Mason with Kevin Mason. Our political climate makes people talk about our Constitution. Right now, people talking about, well, of course, gun rights all the time. But more importantly, the First Amendment, our right to free speech. And as I learned as a young man, you have the right to speak. You also have to accept the consequences if what you say isn't accepted by a boss or a teacher or somebody of power. Sure, you can take politics out of it. At the end of the day, you can say anything you want, but you may have to pay the price in some way. I can say anything I want to about my boss. He could fire me, and he has the right. Sure, I have the right to free speech, but he has the right to pay me a salary or not. And that's the one thing people aren't quite understanding right now. Just the other day, a Baltimore Orioles broadcaster was kind of chastising the team about how they didn't play well. Well, management pays his salary, and they've decided not to pay his salary for a while. I learned this fact when I was in high school probably, if not sooner. And I've paid the price a few times for speaking in my mind. I've learned it's better to bite your tongue. You can think about it, but don't feel you've got the First Amendment right to say it. And if you do say it to somebody, make sure it's not going to come back to haunt you.

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Fresh update on "baltimore orioles" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:09 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "baltimore orioles" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"Points lower. That's down half a percent right out of the gate at 4268. The Dow down and 28 points, a decline of four tenths of a percent. The Nasdaq 100, 94 points lower, down six tenths of a percent. We check the markets for you all day long right here on Bloomberg Radio. I'm John Tucker. That is the opening bell report. Paul and Tom. Well, John Tucker, thanks so much. We'll look at foreign exchange or two moving on on the the bond market this morning. The opening bell brought to you by Citron Cooperman. They understand the challenges middle market companies face. Their deep knowledge has helped optimize performance for their mid -market clients for over 40 years. Citron Cooperman. Focus on what counts. Citron Cooperman. Focus on what counts. And Paul, we welcome Citron Cooperman to the combine. Absolutely. You know, it's good that they're here. Dow negative 150. It's not Citron Cooperman's fault. Dow negative 150. Vixx out of stick. 18 .66. A lot of talk today about versus worry and and angst is measured by the Vixx. I know. And there's like 25. It's like that's I what work in. That's what I hear. 30. Then there's above 30 which is the Jack Ablin level. We're going to Jack go to Ablin now. Crescent Capital chief investment officer and founding partner. Jack, why is that in the equity market? Boy, you know, that's a good question. I think a lot of it anticipating a weaker consumer going into the back half of this or back quarter of this year. The Fed is, you know, keeping this higher for longer in this expecting very strong consumer to weaken. How long can the consumer Jack, just following that thread there, how long can the consumer keep at this pace here? We understand that the consumer has drawn down most of the stimulus savings. Credit cards racking up debt here. How much longer can the consumer keep pushing this economy? Yeah, I mean, it is It's remarkable. I will say that wages did start outpacing inflation in May next year, of but consistently above that level, largely because inflation has come down. But, you know, the fact is that consumers now face $1 .7 trillion in federal college loan debt, and that's expected to nearly take $9 billion a month out of spending. So I do think that with excess savings down, with some of this federal loan debt out there, you know, we're already starting to see trends, spending trends in foreign travel, for example, which I kind of view the ultimate discretionary item starting to taper off a little bit. I look, Jack, you know, the whole thing we're going through, the whole process, and people are saying, oh, this is original post -pandemic and all that. And what it to me comes down to is the education and premium pricing of profit -making enterprises. And the zeitgeist this morning is how many Russell 2000 companies make no money. Small detail. quarter, About a actually. Yeah. And my answer is, is how are we going to value free cash in the next 12 months? Well, I think one of the things that we are really focused on is quality, quality, quality, quality across bonds, across corporate, across equities. And that's really just because of the maturity wall that's coming due. In fact, I did a lot of work on the The bond maturity wall last month and ran against my Bloomberg data limit because there happened to be 56 ,000 municipal bonds in the Bloomberg Municipal Bond Index. But the fact is that corporations are facing two to three pitch point increases in yields as these, uh, call it 4 % coupons are coming due and happen to be replaced by, you know, six and a and a half, something like that. And the high yield, of course, it's even worse, it's probably three to three and a half percentage points increase munis remarkably maybe because of the long term nature of those holdings of those loans. Those coupons pretty much equate to current yields, so I'm not as worried about munis or high yield munis as I am about corporates. You know, Paul, I just assumed, you know, I have an album on one of the Chicago teams would be playing baseball here in October, and I'm looking, I'm looking through the list and Jack Evelyn, you know, white socks, dreaded white socks out of it, cubbies just dismissed. It's a scandal. It's a national scandal. Well, now they've got the bearish I mean, it's like the Red Sox as long as people show up to those games. Exactly. Little incentive for them to win. I learned that with the Toronto Maple Leafs. That's what they do up in Toronto. Why show up if Wrigley Field is packed as well? I look Jack at everybody out there who's got a retirement plan and they're listening to Paul Sweeney's show and, you know, the angst that's out there right now. How do you ignore all this five -year perspective? Yeah, I mean, I think part of it is, you know, if you look at just evaluations by itself, you could certainly frighten yourself. The 10 -year simple B bond yield should equate to around a 15 .5 or so forward PE. Of course, the S &P is around 19. That would suggest an 18 percentage point overvaluation or 18 percent overvaluation. But if you really drill down and look at The average stock in the S &P, so strip away that magnificent seven or whatever, it is trading closer to that 15 times. So, you know, I think most stocks are pretty well behaved. And And if you focus on, as we will, moving forward on interest coverage and Leverage ratios, you know, we want to focus on that space. I think areas we want to avoid right right now, if we do see a deterioration in consumer spending would be the casinos and the The lines, cruise you know, these are very, very dependent on the consumer, and they're So also pretty highly leveraged. Hey, Jack, are we range bound in the equity markets here if the backdrop is higher for longer? I think I think we are, which isn't a terrible thing. one of the things you know, we're also focused on is dividend and dividend growth. Actually, So one of far, you know, holdings is McCormick spice company certainly have a strong history of dividend to dividend growth, but unfortunately, they appears to have missed missed on the revenue side this morning. But I think if you look at the history dividend to dividend growth over time, it's run circles around the inflation rate, and that's going back to even into the 70s. So I think it's a it's not a bad way to generate income. And if you're focused on the highest quality companies with dividend growth, dividend payout, I think it's not a bad place to kind of sit tight while we get this interest rate back to kind of normal. Okay, nobody at McCormick is paying attention to the spice business today, Jack, because they're all going to watch the Baltimore over the next three, four or five weeks. It's one of Baltimore's great iconic companies. But I'm looking at a single digit revenue grower. It's a sterling company. I get the dividend growth story, but I at single digit revenue growth. Okay, fine. I got a 10 % net income at 18 % EBITDA margin. Jack Ablin, that used to get it done. It doesn't get it done anymore in the technology world we're living in. Well, it's a place where we can hide. In fact, we've what done is we've made investments in actually spice companies on the private side as well, largely because they're pretty predictable, cash -flowing in economically relatively insensitive parts of the market. The fact is spices as a total cost of food is pretty fuel. And if they would happen to raise it by a few percentage points, food is probably not going to push back. Jack Ablin, thank you so much. I should point out free cash flow modeled out for K .C. 390 gazillion, 700 gazillion, 850 gazillion. There's a of little bit free cash flow growth there. And K .C. rooting for the Baltimore Orioles. Down negative 117 SPX negative 19 VIX 18 .56. With our news in New York, here's Michael Barr. We'll be right back. Speaker Kevin McCarthy is facing an extraordinary referendum on his leadership of the House after fellow Republican Representative Matt Gaetz, a longtime critic, moved to launch a vote to oust him from the helm. Gaetz, a far -right Republican from Florida, rose in the chamber as the House was almost done for the day file to a motion. Gaetz says he has the votes. Well, I'm not so pessimistic as to immediately accept that it will fail.

Accept The Consequences (MM #4523)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Accept The Consequences (MM #4523)

"The Minute Mason with Kevin Mason. Our political climate makes people talk about our Constitution. Right now, people talking about, well, of course, gun rights all the time. But more importantly, the First Amendment, our right to free speech. And as I learned as a young man, you have the right to speak. You also have to accept the consequences if what you say isn't accepted by a boss or a teacher or somebody of power. Sure, you can take politics out of it. At the end of the day, you can say anything you want, but you may have to pay the price in some way. I can say anything I want to about my boss. He could fire me, and he has the right. Sure, I have the right to free speech, but he has the right to pay me a salary or not. And that's the one thing people aren't quite understanding right now. Just the other day, a Baltimore Orioles broadcaster was kind of chastising the team about how they didn't play well. Well, management pays his salary, and they've decided not to pay his salary for a while. I learned this fact when I was in high school probably, if not sooner. And I've paid the price a few times for speaking in my mind. I've learned it's better to bite your tongue. You can think about it, but don't feel you've got the First Amendment right to say it. And if you do say it to somebody, make sure it's not going to come back to haunt you.

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Fresh update on "baltimore orioles" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:14 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "baltimore orioles" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"You're at Union College and the shadow of every study at that wonderful school is the humility that there was GE and then it left. How do you synthesize seven stocks or whatever that are going to be there forever? Because you lived in Schenectady, the collapse of assured an thing. So those seven stocks might be a little bit of a worry for the indexes at large. If you look at just the market cap of Apple, and I'm a small cap guy to begin with, the market cap of Apple is bigger than the entire Russell 2000 pretty much right now. So there's a risk in the market. But at the same time, some of those larger stocks are expected to deliver some of the strongest earnings in the S &P 500. So at least near term, those seven stocks could help bolster some the of outlook for the index at large. Small cap, there's just no love for small cap. Has there ever been? It feels like it hasn't been since the 80s and 90s. But what we're seeing, at least on our end, is that multiples probably have washed out too far. And we have that market pulse index, which is a sentiment gauge. And that's moved back down to neutral, which is a good thing. It was an excessive risk it's taking in July and August, which signal lower expected forward returns for small caps in general. But that's moved back to neutral. The small cap index is looking pretty oversold at its RSI level currently. So at least near term, there's a little bit of boost in evaluation. Just like Paul's CFA talk. That's right. I'm just popping up there. It's a mystical quote. And we have it on the Bloomberg Terminal, relative strength index. And boy, it is sitting, Tom, he knows what he's talking about. The Russell 2000 relative. It's sitting right on the bottom. What's got a number? Is it under 30? No, it's right smack on 32. So load the boat. Come on, let's get you in trouble. Load the boat? No, not necessarily. We don't have any time. You don't have to answer the question. Michael, thank you so much. Getting him in trouble. Microcast for working for Bloomberg Intelligence telling you to load the boat on whatever it was this time around. It's baseball season with your news in New York City. Here's Michael Tom, Paul, thank you very much. Kevin McCarthy is facing the greatest threat to his speakership yet. A rebellion from a handful of members in his own party who want him gone. Florida Congressman Matt Gates introducing a motion to remove McCarthy as speaker, setting the stage for a rare and dramatic vote that will decide his future in leadership. It all comes after McCarthy worked with Democrats to keep the government funded. Gates spoke about why he is introducing the motion. Kevin McCarthy had created a secret side deal with President Biden on Ukraine while we were in the middle of this government funding battle. A secret side deal on Ukraine is not what the American people want to see out of a Republicans. The House has to vote within 48 hours. Donald Trump is expected to appear in the New York City court room a for second day today in his civil trial to determine damages in a fraud case against him. A New York Supreme Court Justice found the former president guilty of fraud last week after a three -year investigation into business his has found he overstated the value of his assets to illegally obtain financing and more. Trump claims the fraud case is interference in the 2024 election. There's no case here. There's no victim. are The banks a victim. The insurance companies are a victim. Everybody gets paid. It's a terrible, terrible thing. This was for politics. His son Eric on Fox News claims the trial is designed to keep his father off the campaign trail. Former President Trump was not required to appear in court, though he is expected to testify toward the end of the trial. Jury selection begins today in the trial of Sam Bankman Free, the fallen 31 -year -old old crypto mogul faces charges he committed fraud against thousands of customers. Live from the Bloomberg American Interactive Broker Studios. This is Global News 24 hours a day, powered by more than 27 journalists panelists and in over 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr. There's a Happy Giants fan. This is Bloomberg. And forget about the football. This is the best day of the year for baseball. But how many games is the wild card? Is it three out of five? Or they've extended it now? I thought it was still, is it still three out of five? I thought it was still three out of five. And what's so great about this is the pitching staffs are totally different. I mean, basically everybody plays, everybody goes two innings. It's like, it's like an all -star game almost. It looks good. I enjoy baseball. Which one are you going to follow? Which wild card team are you all over? Don't tell me the Detroit Lions. They're not a wild card team. Actually, I admire the Baltimore Orioles because I didn't expect them. But they're But not playing today because they're so good, they get to buy. Yeah, they get to buy. But I mean, I want to see how far they go. I think they're the team to look out for between that and Atlanta. Arizona, Milwaukee, I think is going be to fascinating. Yeah. They play real big. I mean, Arizona plays gorgeous small ball. Yeah. It's great. It's like on seven networks, Paul. I can't figure out who's on where. Tampa They raised at ninety nine wins this year. Yeah. And they have like a fourteen dollar payroll. It's amazing. Yeah. The payroll size is a whole nother topic. It's the best day of the year. Well, okay. Except when Lions play This is Bloomberg Radio. Good morning. Thank We have the opportunity to build a more sustainable and inclusive future. 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Accept The Consequences (MM #4523)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Accept The Consequences (MM #4523)

"The Minute Mason with Kevin Mason. Our political climate makes people talk about our Constitution. Right now, people talking about, well, of course, gun rights all the time. But more importantly, the First Amendment, our right to free speech. And as I learned as a young man, you have the right to speak. You also have to accept the consequences if what you say isn't accepted by a boss or a teacher or somebody of power. Sure, you can take politics out of it. At the end of the day, you can say anything you want, but you may have to pay the price in some way. I can say anything I want to about my boss. He could fire me, and he has the right. Sure, I have the right to free speech, but he has the right to pay me a salary or not. And that's the one thing people aren't quite understanding right now. Just the other day, a Baltimore Orioles broadcaster was kind of chastising the team about how they didn't play well. Well, management pays his salary, and they've decided not to pay his salary for a while. I learned this fact when I was in high school probably, if not sooner. And I've paid the price a few times for speaking in my mind. I've learned it's better to bite your tongue. You can think about it, but don't feel you've got the First Amendment right to say it. And if you do say it to somebody, make sure it's not going to come back to haunt you.

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Fresh update on "baltimore orioles" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:12 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "baltimore orioles" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"Minds are singularly focused on this goal learn more about Damon Runyon's brave and bold approach at Damon Runyon org these are the sounds of a dinner a dinner didn't happen a dinner now served thanks to people like you due to COVID -19 17 million more Americans may face hunger feeding America helping is our neighbors in need and if you're able you can too donations are being accepted at America org dot slash coronavirus brought to you by the ad council and feeding America 200 and blue in Bloomberg's surveillance John Farrell leaves to prepare for a nine o 'clock hour and of course that shakes Japanese yen stronger yeah in the last 10 minutes we go from the precipice of 150 to a stronger yen which is 149 93 indicative in the bond market as well waiting Lisa for 10 a .m. data yeah jolts data which comes out at 10 a .m. but I take your point about the coordinated move as we see ten -year yields backing away from some of the highs as John was talking about from 474 down to 472 and you're seeing that in the currency markets to moving away from some of these other levels are we seeing buyers could step in or just a moderation of what you would call moonshot of yields going by remind me you said it earlier do we have fed speakers today we do we have Raphael Bostic coming out I believe he did about a half an hour ago so I will look look and join us now our chief speaker analysis always a jolting interview Michael McKee just man bloomberg is nice you combined the two thoughts I did well I'm gonna combine three in here which is we Major got League Baseball finally the real season starts at tonight Mindy of Bloomberg briefed me yesterday on the Baltimore Orioles this is a Mindy brief is a lecture I a got lecture for 20 minutes we'll have more on a majesty I can't say enough about the excitement of going into the world serious Mike Mike McKee I want to you know I got to get to jolts as well but I want you to lean your expertise I want the four worthy said yesterday in Fed speech what'd you learn well we're pretty evenly divided you've got people like John Williams and Tom Barkin I'll throw them the in from end of last week saying we have time to act carefully to think about what we want to do and and then you have Loretta mister and Mickey Bowman saying we think we need to raise rates one more time does it really make all that much of a difference I think Michael Barr who is the vice president for supervision doesn't usually talk talk about monetary policy but he did yesterday he said it's not so much about raising rates once more it's how long we are going to keep rates high that's the real question so what's happening at the Eccles building building now with the first and second derivative of interest rate moves we talk monetary policy what are we going to do forget about all that malarkey Michael Barr what is he and his bank supervision doing to study this interest rate move on our banking system well he talks to banks all the time obviously and is talking to the bank examiners all the time and their message has been similar very since March when we had the banking ructions is to make sure that you in are good shape but the data that the Fed has collected is basically telling them that are tightening credit but it doesn't seem to be beyond what would be normal in a situation where the Fed is raising interest rates so we're going to have a little bit tighter credit now the question is who's going to borrow how many people are going to borrow is this going to be different this time because they're trying to shut off or bring down the flow of credit and at this point it hasn't had as much of an effect as in previous Fed tightenings although now we're finally seeing the tightening in the long end do you think the Fed is relieved to see the market waking up what to they're saying yes I think so I mean we were pricing rate cuts and still are to a certain extent in Fed funds futures but the Fed is not going to be cutting rates anytime soon not until they see inflation coming down now inflation has been coming down faster than they thought and we may end the up year with PCE core inflation lower than their anticipation which could change people's minds about where the Fed is going to be next year but for right now the Fed likes the idea that are conditions tightening because that's what they're trying to do if we get Ed Hyman David Rosenberg and others inflation and Paul Krugman has talked three month annualized as well Jason Furman at Harvard's doing this as well do academics like Barkin and Williams do they bring that right over to the bond market yield where will follow that disinflationary trend well essentially yes but people are not looking at the disinflationary trend in terms of what they're pricing in the markets right now they're looking at what is the Fed doing and where the Fed is going to keep interest rates Fed is saying it's going to keep interest rates at least at five and a half percent where we are through next year and then if they come down you look at real rates they may come down to about three percent but that's still not going to be a kind of zero rate environment we had before so it's not so much inflation as it is how do you get inflation back back to two percent are you gonna be around for jolts at 10 a .m. I'm going to be around for jolts at 10 a .m. jolts 10 a .m. McKee Michael be there right now and this is a joy and perfectly time the Conference Board is one of great institutions of America to be blunt full disclosure my grandfather was involved this goes back to World War one it goes back to trying to figure out how to aggregate statistics before the revolution of 1947 in econometrics and in statistics as well on to the modern day and gail fosler's incredibly important work in the Conference Board is absolutely definitive on the pulse of business in America Dana Peterson is a chief economist of the Conference Board Dana what's business doing right now with this yield move well I think businesses are looking at the fact that the cost of capital is rising on and they're starting to

Accept The Consequences (MM #4523)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Accept The Consequences (MM #4523)

"The Minute Mason with Kevin Mason. Our political climate makes people talk about our Constitution. Right now, people talking about, well, of course, gun rights all the time. But more importantly, the First Amendment, our right to free speech. And as I learned as a young man, you have the right to speak. You also have to accept the consequences if what you say isn't accepted by a boss or a teacher or somebody of power. Sure, you can take politics out of it. At the end of the day, you can say anything you want, but you may have to pay the price in some way. I can say anything I want to about my boss. He could fire me, and he has the right. Sure, I have the right to free speech, but he has the right to pay me a salary or not. And that's the one thing people aren't quite understanding right now. Just the other day, a Baltimore Orioles broadcaster was kind of chastising the team about how they didn't play well. Well, management pays his salary, and they've decided not to pay his salary for a while. I learned this fact when I was in high school probably, if not sooner. And I've paid the price a few times for speaking in my mind. I've learned it's better to bite your tongue. You can think about it, but don't feel you've got the First Amendment right to say it. And if you do say it to somebody, make sure it's not going to come back to haunt you.

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Accept The Consequences (MM #4523)

The Mason Minute

00:58 sec | Last month

Accept The Consequences (MM #4523)

"The Minute Mason with Kevin Mason. Our political climate makes people talk about our Constitution. Right now, people talking about, well, of course, gun rights all the time. But more importantly, the First Amendment, our right to free speech. And as I learned as a young man, you have the right to speak. You also have to accept the consequences if what you say isn't accepted by a boss or a teacher or somebody of power. Sure, you can take politics out of it. At the end of the day, you can say anything you want, but you may have to pay the price in some way. I can say anything I want to about my boss. He could fire me, and he has the right. Sure, I have the right to free speech, but he has the right to pay me a salary or not. And that's the one thing people aren't quite understanding right now. Just the other day, a Baltimore Orioles broadcaster was kind of chastising the team about how they didn't play well. Well, management pays his salary, and they've decided not to pay his salary for a while. I learned this fact when I was in high school probably, if not sooner. And I've paid the price a few times for speaking in my mind. I've learned it's better to bite your tongue. You can think about it, but don't feel you've got the First Amendment right to say it. And if you do say it to somebody, make sure it's not going to come back to haunt you.

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:30 min | 8 months ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And LeBron James named as the captains of the two teams that will be taking part the 2023 NBA All-Star Game. That's coming up next month in Salt Lake City. Oakland a's trading lefty pitcher Cole Irvin to the Baltimore Orioles along with minor league Grady Cal verbitsky for 21 year old shortstop prospect Daryl, her nays. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update, Ryan. Thanks very much, Dan. Let's get to our guest Mark cranfield Bloomberg M live strategist to take a look at markets. I guess we can start with the fed and spend a fair bit of time on Asia afterwards. In looking at the fed, you think the fed will be happy with this latest GDP report and all that it said. And they will. I mean, the idea of a soft landing in the U.S. economy is really a bit of a wonderful scenario for them if they can achieve it. But I think they would also go to lengths to reemphasize the job isn't done inflation is still too high. They've got a lot more work to do and giving that closer to their target. That means that there will be a rate hike next week, where they'll probably be another one after that. And then Jerome power will need to reinforce the message that the rates are going to stay high for a long period of time. I think you'll want to push back pretty hard on the idea that rates will possibly be cut before the end of this year. But it's not what he would want the market to get too carried away with that. So he's got to find balancing act to go. But overall, yes, he's probably see some positive signs in that GDP that his job is on the way to being a success, but he won't want to get the champagne out just yet. Good morning, Mark. I mean, one thing that Powell always says he's looking at is those services prices, especially ex housing, and we've had a lot of data moving in both directions, but on that front, on that specific front in his favorite gauges, where do you think he'll come out when he's justifying whatever move they make next week? Well, really, I mean, nothing really has changed from the fact that 2% inflation was their goal previously. They missed it by a long way. They've been trying to recover ever since then. Once he's confident on the fed is confident that the fate, the inflation numbers are heading back towards 2%. They'll probably be a serious discussion about whether that is a still a realistic target. That's the thing that markets will need to grapple with this year at some stage, the fit will probably set new parameters for what is a reasonable level of inflation. It's probably going to be slightly higher than 2%. They may offer a new range, something like two to 4%, something like that. But that's going to be the big changes too early for them to even start talking about that. It's been such an embarrassing affair about the whole inflation being in it being transitory and all that. But they are starting to make progress, the high rates are working. And at some stage, there will be a serious discussion about what constitutes a long-term meaningful level of inflation. And they were taking into account all the data you just mentioned. Well, in looking at the jobs so closely as they do, and it doesn't seem that job losses are that great. And they're not driving up unemployment. So in my own thinking, I go back and forth between the fed will pause after another 50 basis points. And then they'll stay there for like a whole year because inflation is not going to come down that much and unemployment is not going to go up that much. But then there's a lot we don't know about the effect of these rate hikes in the system. So I think for everybody, we're just sort of on a wait and see approach, right? Any good Central Bank will always try to leave as many possibilities open as it can. Even when it's trying to set a fairly clear path. And I think especially for the first half of this year, I think the fed is probably fairly sure that it needs rates of at least 5% possibly attach higher. It wants to make sure that nobody gets the idea that the rates are going to come down before the first half of the year and that each target's a gradually being met. Once we're getting once we get beyond the midpoint of the year, if by then the data is starting to show that we're getting close to a recession or the jobs data is deteriorating rapidly, of course, the fed will be ready to make some changes. But I think for the next few months, they don't want anybody jumping the gun, but the job is done. They're just going to keep on doing what they're doing. Well, that message seems to be clear out here to Asian policymakers, including those in Southeast Asia here, Mark. We heard from bank Indonesia's peri ware geo yesterday telling us that the hiking that they've done is sufficient, the fed's path seems to be pretty clear. Malaysia is already paused, Philippines signaling an end to tightening. I mean, what would the fed do that would really shake them off course out in this region? I think if Jerome Powell gave the message that they're going to take high rates well into 2024, I think that would be a surprise to quite a few people. I think the working assumption is, okay, we're going to see out this year. With rates relatively high, but sometime in 2024 already by then the data will justify things starting to come down. I think that's the general idea if we deviate from that on the hawkish side, I think that would be a big surprise to a lot of people, including some of the central bankers in Asia. All right, Mark, thanks very much for being with us. Smart cranfield, Bloomberg's M live strategist with his life here. It's

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Transfer targets to help their attack. All three have not been playing regular minutes for their respective clubs and will potentially be available in the next transfer window. Yuve has only scored 9 goals in their first 7 matches this season as Italian giants and they've placed in the Serie A table. Bloomberg reports that Saudi Arabia is looking to get more involved in sports as a kingdom will invest $38 billion in turning the country into a hub for eSports. Savvy games group, which is a subsidiary of the Saudi sovereign wealth fund, will be spending the money as a country looks to diversify their economy. Good AFC matchup on Thursday Night Football as a three and O Miami Dolphins are at the one and two reigning AFC champion since daddy Bengals. Miami is coming off a big home in over the Buffalo Bills while the mangoes beat the jets in New York. The Toronto Blue Jays have clinched the first of the three American League wild card births after the Baltimore Orioles lost this afternoon at the Boston Red Sox 5 to three. Currently the Tampa Bay Rays in the Seattle Mariners occupied the other two spots. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports op aid. Markets, headlines and breaking news, 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Asian equities are falling this morning, the nikkei trading down 1.2% now the ASX 200 off 6 tenths of a percent and the Cosby is trading down about four tenths of a percent earlier, U.S. stocks tumbled to the lowest level since November of 2020. More fed officials sounding hawkish. We had German inflation topping 10% and the UK government's tax plan continuing to weigh on market sentiment. We had data in Japan, August, retail sales, plus 1.4% month

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"120 countries. I'm Michael Barr, this is Bloomberg Tom Paul. Michael Barr thinks so much. Bloomberg business of sports with the shift I watched the other day in baseball. I still don't get it. But now we have relief pitchers starting games. Jeff passing over to ESPN today with a smart article on breaking the cadence of starting pitcher to middle relief to one guy that mops it up. What we grew up with is gone. There is no Sandy Koufax anymore. You don't have that. You don't have the pictures that we had back in the day. The Denny with tigers, man. You don't even look records anymore. You don't say like it used to be, if you're a great pitcher, you had 20 wins in a season. Yeah. Yeah. Nobody gets that anymore. Remember the Baltimore Orioles had three pitchers one year Jim Palmer and two others that were killed. From a Bloomberg business of sports standpoint, is this just there were so much money that the worry about their arm is completely taken over. Denny mcclain didn't care about his arm. He would just pitch until. I mean, we all fell off. You're too young to remember this, Michael barber, there's a guy named Christy Matheson out of bucknell, who tragically died early of TB, but a guy like Matheson pitched himself out of baseball. I get that's the bad case. A hundred whatever pitches a game. Pretty soon he couldn't throw the ball, but have we swung too far the other way? No, well, I think this is the way you're going to see the game go, because you're going to have it broken down in three segments like that. You got started, then you got the middle, then you got the reliever. You're going to see

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Primary voters I'm Brad Steve Now this Bloomberg sports update a roll this chap and walked home the winning run in the 11th inning to give the Baltimore Orioles a two one victory over the Yankees on Friday night The Yankees did not score it either extra inning in Baltimore finally pushed its automatic runner across on its half of the 11th Anthony bamboo and Kelvin Gutierrez drew one out box against Yankee reliever Clark Schmidt a night after throwing just four of 16 pitches for strikes against Toronto Chapman came on and struck out Cedric Mullins before walking Ramon urias on a full count slider The Yankees fall to four and four on the season The mets under late pitching legend Tom Seaver during Friday's home opener on Jackie Robinson day at Citi Field a 3200 pound larger than life bronze and stainless statue was unveiled Seaver died of COVID-19 complications and September of 2020 he pitched the Met store world championship in 1969 afterwards the vet's power in their way to attend three win over at the Diamondbacks for Francisco Lindor homeward from both sides of the plate Robinson Cano and starling Marte also and deep and another impressive outing from Chris Bassett who allowed one run on two hits over 6 innings While one New York team honors one of the pillars of their franchise another New York team learns of the laws of one of their legendary icons has four times Stanley Cup champion Mike bossy lost his battle with terminal lung cancer at the age of 65 Bossy scored 573 golds in his career and he's being remembered by the team's president and general manager has an icon not only on Long Island but across the entire hockey world Bossy was selected in the first round of the 1977 NHL entry draft the number of goals he scored as the most in franchise history and he was instrumental in helping the islanders to four consecutive Stanley cups from 1980 to 1983 The islanders gave their slim playoff chances alive with a three zero win over Montreal When the Bloomberg sports update I'm Tom Rogers Broadcasting live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York Bloomberg 11 three O to Washington D.C. Bloomberg 99 one to Boston Bloomberg.

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

SPORTS GOOFS

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

"Hey hey what's up. Everybody it's sports goofs number one sixteen. I'm francisco joined by my good buddy's andrew and charles and guys. We got a big night tonight baseball. I mean i wanna part topics tonight had also a pretty big night if you know what i mean. Well if anybody's watching this. The the title of this episode is s. One sixteen horny jail and well certain head coach of the jacksonville. Jaguars is going to horny jail right. Yup wow oh man. What a story. I am. Loving the memes. I'm everything about it is great so we'll talk about that. We'll talk about the. Nfl will talk about college football. I'm jumping nfl bandwagon. Already right that's that's going to be my story arc this this season and we're gonna live with the miami dolphins because the miami dolphins terrible dedicated segment anymore but it will be in spirits this week. Men are god. I wish i wish we could get doug on the show more often because man we trash them every week. Oh so how's your your your your week guys. How is housed sports watching week. How is everything wants to go. I andrew what's what's been going with you. I mean. I'll discuss a little bit later but down week for me. Sports wise to down tampa bay rays clinched. The best record in the american league. You guys are punching our way to the postseason already. Just waiting the winner of tonight's game trash Oh on at eight o'clock. I may or may not happy onscreen for us in like tiny tiny little corner. You can't do that to me. I so i can see it but the score is on the score crawl. We're waiting there from fenway park. This this is everything. Charles has wanted all season. It really is going to script lake. This is this is the culmination of his pettiness. All on one and either way either resolve. He may get what he wants or he will get what he wants. But yeah all right so we gotta we gotta find a way to organize the discussion today. So we're going to go with baseball just to start because it's pertinent and i'd like to talk about a before. The game starts at eight o'clock all right guys so major league. Baseball season is over. So congratulations so all the teams that made the postseason. We are finally in the true october october baseball when when things really matter. September was really exciting. Especially in the american league. I it was it was. It was a great finish because game. One sixty two had a lot of a lot of things that were on the line and It's been a why i mean. It was the ten year anniversary of game. One sixty two from twenty eleven so it seemed like appropriate that there might have been some chaos that that could have happened. unfortunately it didn't happen because man that would have been awesome all right. Let's let's get back to what was furniture. Let's before we get into that. The tanka thon raise the baltimore orioles in arizona. Dan bax tied. They've both. They both went fifty two on one tan so the baltimore orioles somehow were able to take two of three from the red sox and still had their tank and yet it didn't really matter did a charles did it. But they did. What i needed to what i call them to have. Four wins they bitched out in a way. Don't give me two winds. But it was the two most important win. So i appreciate them now so that the akzo baltimore. I'm i'm not sure it has baltimore as the worst worst team..

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

Doug Miles Media

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

"Remember something in philadelphia. Here where he was also visited the cost of I think it was an auto accident here. But i'm not sure you know what's funny seven. I can't remember but That's what really got him into really hurry. Car was all banged up and it happened I think his house and i went to see him. Of course they wouldn't let me but he was some kind of player. I really enjoy playing with joy. Eventually i enjoy our relationship after baseball and bill. Good skip to the the main point that we did last week about really carpenter because you played in philly where to say. She's philadelphia both on television and as an active player. Before you went to join phil resume. We'll we'll chat about that for a second but as a as a player And then later on administrator within baseball about really carpenter good man very very very good man. We many owners i think. Sort of stay away from the field. Some of them say away from players but really was there. You could talk to him. You can open up with him. Talk anything with them and you felt that he's listened and you felt that you were going to First of all he respected. Everybody just just a very very very good versus and I've played silly. What three years. First year. And then i snapped. My gillies hung around for two years but one of the best people very very best people. I've met while i was in philly. What's ruling and you can talk to Listen and had great respect for. I know you already work on sexist saint louis while you were still there and then of course had the opportunity to go to channel six in new york which was abc affiliate in fact at that time. The number one abc stations in america. And you had a chance to do some work there. But how about when they whether you got to new york and they said we're gonna give you an opportunity and puts you in the radio booth and tv phil resume walked out on you and you've never broadcasting before never broadcast to game. I'll always remember. We're i think we're playing ball or donald miami. So i've linked playing martin celtics to the ballpark and and introduced me to fill all the sudden demise yo shows up right white take the mic talked to the nationals and the seat the baltimore orioles guy at home run here. I am my ever doing play by play. I just said oh. That's good as holy cow. You know what he was later on. When i really got east broadcasts somebody. It's a long long while. Oh last question. You'd stepped up from claire to broadcaster resident. Actually will why it up with this. Agile being administrator. Well you know it was. It was good experience for me. It was a good experience. First of all i. I had a great people that are working with me. I will say for me working working with me and That's that's important And bart giamatti was a great person and we help each other bark knew a lot of my administration And i knew a lot about the game. And it's it's amazing he'd come up and he spends fifteen twenty minutes or more sitting talking about baseball about rules about different things about life and about a love bark and i really really really was upset when when we lost him but A lot of people helped me Couldn't probably remember all of them up there but basically i think giamatti and the people with whom i worked. We've been there for years Really really took good care of me. Unfortunately i i didn't make too many mistakes there and You know we made some pretty good decision..

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Sale Returns, Red Sox Send Orioles to Loss No. 100, 7-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Sale Returns, Red Sox Send Orioles to Loss No. 100, 7-1

"The Boston Red Sox started their final homestand of the season with a seven one win over the Baltimore Orioles at Fenway Park Chris sale started for the Sox and give up the only worry was run in five innings of work the Sox bullpen with four different pitchers followed sale with four scoreless innings and allowed just two hits as well the socks were to win the second one in the fourth one in the fifth and three in the sixth all coming on a bases clearing double by hunter Renfroe Greg at ski Boston

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

SPORTS GOOFS

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

"He was being a gentleman varying a gentleman and she just puts it out there. But listen guys. I mean come on jay. You're looking for love. I support that man. You do yourself wolves about that. It's better to be jae. Crowder getting denied the being pj washington. That's funny god and jay. If you stayed in south page miami popica- over here when it talks you know automatically like that but it's okay to got you so those are all the real. Mvp been collecting over the last month. So there you go. I guess i can do a you know we can switch it up and just do the guy. Leaves gives do the opposite right here. I just have to right now but you guys always pop up anyone that comes to mind anyway. Doesn't it turns. I find those damn graphic. I need to find a way to bit better anyways. Got leaves gunes. I got two of them right here. first one is called farnsworth because he said a dumb thing talking about soreness he's been retired. For what like fifteen amyloid. He's been gone for awhile like ten years lease at least ten years. You know kyle farnsworth. Hey play remember forget right can also kind of lump this and a little bit pitcher you know talking about how old how can you boost this port of the season. Everybody was so why. Would you sit out and all off and look. He denies that he was talking about the certain player. But everybody kinda suspected an alleged that he was talking about trae. Mancini guys andrew. Who is train manzini again. Curry mancini is a player. Leaving outfielder for the baltimore orioles. What's he he missed the entire twenty twenty season because he was recovering and fighting cancer. Yes we've was. Was it colon cancer. Some one was on cancer. Endless a cancer. What was cancer and it was staged three cancer. It's not like you know beginning cancer. You know a little bit of skin cancer. You get right immediately and you know nothing. No no no no no no this man at stage three cancer. That is really really hard on. The body was the entire twenty twenty season with it. He comes back this season. The dude is killing it. Yeah he's the he's the runner up in the homerun derby. Yeah behind just a superhuman i. Honestly i forget who won the homerun. Derby loans lonzo cocaine polar bear..

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

Doug Miles Media

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

"And so i was home the whole summer and i went to about forty pirate games counting playoffs and world series and really fell in love with that team. You know it's it's hard to be a pirate fan as you said We've had so many losing years in a row but a couple of years ago our office move right down in fact i'm looking out over. Pnc park as i as i talked to you and it really sort of re-stoked my interest interest in baseball. I always followed it. But i you know sort of lost the passion for it and i thought for the fortieth anniversary of that nineteen seventy one team. I would try to go to forty games again. I did and this was two thousand eleven. The pirates were actually surprisingly good. And we're very exciting for this down for most of the summer and then and then you know fell apart of the end and unfortunately did the same thing. Last year i went to another forty games or so and and it was a little bit of groundhog day but Hopefully they're getting better but it's it's painful it really is painful and But it's a very very interesting franchise and said at the opening of the show We're both in in sarasota during spring training. So i get a chance to see the bucks a lot over brain. Did you get down to spend time in florida during spring training. I did for the first time last year. In honor of this book my wife took me on vacation To see the pirates play in bradenton four days in a row which which was great fun. It's such a beautiful little ballpark and spring training essentially relaxing type of atmosphere. So that was terrific. And hopefully i'll get to do it again. To great on a ballpark done the refurbishing. Of course to have a a media day coming up this week to to show show us what they did. They did a few years ago where they all new seats. Another kind of reprieve. Revamping it again because they had some more seep so If you look nice protect me over. Talking about yeah. They also put the lights out for their minor league. They never had lights there so they could lose Couldn't use the ballpark for minor league. Baseball and One of the things like that Sarasota where we are and of course. That's a right now The home of the baltimore orioles that had been cincinnati for a long period of time. But it's now baltimore and the one thing that is two cities are so close together I think it's been tough for Sarasota to reestablish a minor league franchise at the level because they're too close to britain in. I don't know if they're going to work out a deal. Now where they'd be part of that. Florida state league or not but to great ballparks that smith of course having football dance with science starts with having sleep down to a science because the better you sleep better you show up on game day that's why. Nfl players rely on the sleep number. Three sixty smart it senses..

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Indianapolis Colts' T.Y. Hilton to Miss Start of Season

ESPN Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

Indianapolis Colts' T.Y. Hilton to Miss Start of Season

"T Y. Hilton expected to miss the start of the regular season after re aggravating a neck injury. At practice last week earlier on ESPN radio are Courtney Cronin in Shape Peppler. The Colts need to let go stage their locker room like they need to take a page out of the Baltimore Orioles and what they did there in breaking a 19 game losing streak because it just feels like injury after injury for them Now, next on the list is T Y Hilton, who's got a back problem. They don't know the diagnosis with That, But I know Courtney, you've got some more insight as to what the deal is with T Y Hilton in Indianapolis. Yeah, Apparently he was injured in practice on Wednesday. This didn't come from the preseason game that they just played on Friday. That happened early, and then he came back out and he was able to finish practice. But now we find out Shea that he has a back and a neck injury and he's out indefinitely and that comes on the heels. And, like 24 hours, they find out that and then Sam Ehlinger, the backup quarterback as a knee injuries out for 4 to 6 weeks. I think that this Indianapolis team for all the steps forward that they were able to take in the last few weeks, getting Carson Wentz back at practice, the good at least, you know, positive news that they got with Quentin Nelson, who had the same foot injury that Carson once has. That it's not going to be the end of his season, either, And then they're dealt this blow the big one here, though, as I look at all of these injuries and trying to figure out which is the worst one is probably Ehlinger because you don't know when Carson once is really going to be ready to play. Is it going to be weak? One? They haven't put that timetable on him. Yet. That is still two weeks away. Your backup quarterback right now is Jacob Eason like it was supposed to be Ehlinger. But now he's out 4 to 6 weeks. That's something that I don't think is a should give them any confidence. That's a Big below Hilton, Like many

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Baltimore Orioles End Losing Streak

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Baltimore Orioles End Losing Streak

"That's right hallelujah. Because the baltimore orioles. Losing streak of nineteen. Strict consecutive games is over taylor. Describe what it was like in your apartment last night well buster it was a A muted celebration. Because i felt like it was like winning. A battle of attrition and really wasn't even that big of a win was like we got out and didn't lose all the tanks you know and we live to fight another day but it could be worse tomorrow. I know. I said on the podcasts that i was rooting for this this losing streak to continue and in a way i i kinda was and because it was just like a a horrific spectacle to watch in like they're just gonna keep losing like why not be the best losers of all time but happy for everyone involved From the players the coaching staff the fans. Maybe not mike allies. Because this is what he wanted. I guess brand high luther. He's gonna cry last night in his post game press conference so happy for all the guys and hopefully they don't start another losing streak again against the raise this

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Those were the days I'm through bashing on Huey Lewis. I actually like Huey Lewis. It's just that they all sound the same. Cal Ripken Jr. Baltimore Orioles Rookie of the Year World Series. Played in more consecutive games than anybody. Lou Garrick held the record for decades in 2130. Cal Ripken played in his 2131st game in 1995, but didn't stop there. He played another 501 more consecutive, like another 3.5 years. Yeah. He finished his career playing in 2632 consecutive games. Think it goes without saying a record that will never be broken. Davey Lopes of the L. A Dodgers set a major league baseball record on this day, stealing his 38th consecutive base. That is hard to do. It's hard to steal three bases in a row. Much last 38. That was a record then it's not a record now. Record for consecutive stolen bases is 50 Five. Oh, wow! By one. Vince Coleman. Wow. Michael Palka hosted the pure of Palka podcast in one half hour, Otis so good to finally see my bay Bridge.

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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Phillips Races for Inside-the-Park HR, Rays Rout O's 9-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Phillips Races for Inside-the-Park HR, Rays Rout O's 9-2

"Josh Fleming descent winning Brandon Lau homered twice leading the Tampa Bay rays to a nine to win over the Baltimore Orioles Fleming who followed opener column accused two perfect innings allowed just a pair of runs on six hits while nearly getting the race through the eighth last home runs in the fifth authorial starter Matt Harvey in the sixth off reliever Paul fry were two of five on the evening by Tampa Bay including an inside the park Homer by Brett Phillips the win snaps the race two game skid and extends their lead in the American League east at three and a half game ahead of idle Boston Steve Kearney St Petersburg

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Historic All-Female Broadcast Crew Will Call Orioles vs. Rays Game

Murph and Mac

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Historic All-Female Broadcast Crew Will Call Orioles vs. Rays Game

"Next week will be uniquely different than any other MLB game in history. When the Tampa Bay Rays host the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday, the entire broadcast team will be comprised of women. The current Orioles play by play. Announcer Melanie Newman will call the game. At MLB dot com Writers Sarah Lang's will be the analyst. Meanwhile, Helena Rizzo will do the on field reporting, while Heidi Watney and Lauren Gardner will anchor the studio shows. Newman says. You recognizes the importance of the broadcast that wants to make sure their first all female team isn't the last stock staying

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Sports fans at Sandy West and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history will start out in 19 Oh, two, where the Baltimore Orioles had to forfeit to ST Louis. Having only five players available to play the Orioles second season in Baltimore would be their last for a while, as the team was moved to New York after the season, where they became known as the New York Highlanders label this week in 1914, Giants outfielder read. Murray is knocked unconscious by lightning after catching a fly ball ending a 21 inning game. The Giants won 3 to 1 sticking with baseball this week in 1941, New York Yankee Joe DiMaggio's 56 game hitting streak and in Cleveland. DiMaggio's streak will probably never be broken. Born this week in 1968, Barry Sanders, NFL running back for the Detroit Lions and 19 88 Heisman Trophy winner. He was inducted into the pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000 and four this week in 1994. The men's FIFA World Cup final ends in a 00 tie, But Brazil beat Italy 32 on penalty kicks at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, and this week in 2010. Brian McCann's three run double in the seventh inning provided the National League all the offense it needed to capture its first broadcasting live 24 7 from the Tom Drexler plumbing air, and, uh, Electric studios. This is news radio. Wait. 40 w h a s orders. A news story that involves a naked man running down the street. Don't you think that probably gets a lot of clicks, Don't you think Hailey? Oh, I would think so. It's just interesting probably depends on the picture depicting the naked man. They probably can't use that on TV. I'm guessing, but you know nowadays that everybody's got ring doorbells and security cameras on the sides of their homes. It's.

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Alonso bests Mancini, Ohtani for 2nd straight HR Derby title

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Alonso bests Mancini, Ohtani for 2nd straight HR Derby title

"Peter ones are combined his power with warm temps and Colorado's thin air to win the twenty twenty one home run derby with the victory the New York Mets first baseman successfully defended the derby title he won in twenty nineteen Alonso ripped a derby record thirty five homers to beat Salvador Perez in the first round then eliminated Juan Soto before winning the final against Baltimore Orioles first baseman treatment Saini whose presence was its own miracle he missed the twenty twenty season battling stage three colon cancer Bruce Morton Denver

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Baltimore Orioles outfielder Trey Mancini tweeted today that he will participate in this year's home run derby. Mancini returned to baseball at the start of the season after undergoing surgery at its rate the cancer he has 14 home runs on the year. And Mariners pitcher Hector Santiago has been suspended 10 games for having a foreign substance on his glove during Sunday's game, according to ESPN's Jeff Passan. He will appeal the suspension. Brian Antonelli WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, 3, 43 traffic and weather together, the Subaru Retailers of New England. All wheel drive traffic on the trees. Where is the worst of it, Mike? Well, south of the city is not great, Ben, this HBO expressways Just all stop and go more stop. Then go. From the tunnel to South Bay and then granted after route 24. No profound. You're in a deep from East Milton up passing upon its circle. It's not terrible up towards the tunnel right now. Three south, you're on the brakes coming off the expressway down past union straight down towards Derby Street as well. But after that you are on your way. 1 28,000 tough go from Route nine all the way down pass through one in debt him about 30 minutes there. 93 is backed up. Either way, getting to route 24 states like that on 24 south for about a mile. Nothing unusual there this time of the day up to the North 1 28 north friends held up to Lexington again Route 38 past 93, which is a couple of miles there. 93 north. We'll call it heavy and slow from the second bridge up to Medford. Not terrible After that Route three is slow going route 62 up into Bill Rika. Downtown. The worst of it. I don't know. Maybe the Ted Williams tunnel It's jammed up from entrance to exit. Then into the connector tunnel. Sterile drives back there. The Longfellow Bridge. The lower deck isn't terrible. It is pretty bad on this. They can bridge though. As you work your way into the southbound tunnel. The Tobin Bridge is fine and then delays on the mass Turnpike westbound, of course, out past Newton Corner. And out after 1 28 miking WBC's traffic on the three we got another warm one Today, upper nineties most spots little cooler in the eighties. Some of the beaches, the humidity that's not helping. We've got real field temperatures 100 to 105 degrees, and as we check the radar, there's been a couple little pop up storms that have kind of made their way through the area. One just south of lemon stir right now. Another out in western Mass, just to the west of Amours, and then a few up in New Hampshire. These are not widespread, but there could be a few of them as we head later on into the afternoon and into the evening. Tomorrow we'll have another hot day. The heat wave continues. As we hit 97 in Boston. That would be a record if we get there and then some showers and thunderstorms for More of the area late tomorrow afternoon, and especially into the evening cooler weather as we head later into the weekend holiday weekend, live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good afternoon. I'm Ben Parker. Here are the five things you need to know at 3.

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MLB Grappling With Unprecedented Spike in Injuries

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

MLB Grappling With Unprecedented Spike in Injuries

"Injury news from around baseball. The baltimore orioles place. John means in the ten day injured list with the left shoulder strain sunday. Giants third baseman. Evan longoria will be sidelined for estimated four to six weeks. This is a body blow injury that occurred when he was in a collision with shortstop brandon crawford on sunday houston astros utility man to lead ms d as expected to be sidelined for six to eight weeks after suffering a fractured left hand. When he was hit by a

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Orioles Lose Another Early Lead, Fall to Nationals

CBS Sports Radio

00:09 sec | 2 years ago

Orioles Lose Another Early Lead, Fall to Nationals

"Washington Nationals leading the Baltimore Orioles six before the end of the sixth inning. Freddy Galvis Trey Mancini in Anthony Santander trying to come up and do some damage for Baltimore, the

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Washington Nationals Activate Stephen Strasburg From Injured List

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Washington Nationals Activate Stephen Strasburg From Injured List

"Nationals. Ace stephen strasburg set to return from a month long stint on the injured list today when he throws against the baltimore orioles us placed on the injured list five weeks ago with right shoulder inflammation cincinnati reds place infielder. Mike was stockists on the ten jade in ten day injured list thursday. With a right. He'll contusion

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Turnbull twirls 5th no-hitter of MLB season, Tigers top M's

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Turnbull twirls 5th no-hitter of MLB season, Tigers top M's

"Spencer Turnbull through the fifth no hitter the Major League Baseball season as the Detroit Tigers beat the Seattle Mariners five nothing trouble allowed just two walks while striking out nine mariner batters and inducing twelve ground ball outs on one hundred and seventeen pitches his no hitter was the eighth for the Detroit franchise and the first since Justin Verlander in twenty eleven of the five no hitters pitch this season three of come in may and to bid against the mariners in Seattle as they were also hit by the Baltimore Orioles John means just thirteen days earlier Jim Bernard Seattle

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Put into words right now. It's unbelievable. Um I don't even know what to say. To be honest with you. I felt okay. All game. I didn't really have to change up to the end. And I'm glad I got it. I got it going. John means with an absolutely amazing story and absolutely incredible moment yesterday in baseball. And this is kind of what baseball's about those moments of magic. John Means pitches, a no hitter yesterday for the Baltimore Orioles. It is the first no hitter by a single picture by an Oriole pitcher since 1969 when Hall of Famer Jim Palmer did it. At the apex of the Orioles way. Now the Orioles had a no hitter in 1991, but four different those pictures combined on it, So this is the first time More than 50 years that one Orioles pitcher threw a solo no hitter. He was one batter away from a perfect game and should have had it. But the third strike in the third inning was dropped by the catcher. Allowing the runner to get on. And then he was quickly picked off. And so John means actually faced the minimum number of batters. Now. This is extraordinary because John Means was an 11th round draft pick and didn't become a regular starting picture for the Orioles until he was 26 years old. This day and age. You do not suddenly stumble across a starter when he's 26. That's not the first time you go. Oh, you know what this guy could be our every day or every fifth day guy. But John Means began his career as a starting pitcher at 26 in the majors after 11 round draft pick career in the minors and has become their ace. It Means says constantly kind of Good question about whether he's a true ace or not, But let me read to you this amazing opening paragraph from Tyler Kettner of The New York Times who covers baseball. Throwing a no hitter you could say is like a lassoing the moon. You can see the distant glow beckoning and teasing all at once. Can you really get there? Probably not. But you can dream. On August 13th 1969 Jim Palmer made the giant leap for the Baltimore Orioles with nine no hit innings against the A's. It was the same day Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins glided up Broadway and down Michigan Avenue for ticker tape parades in New York and Chicago. Followed by a state dinner with President Richard M. Nixon in Los Angeles. Palmer. Now 75 years old has never been to the moon, of course. But the no hitter broadened his universe in a way. No other Oriole had experience until Wednesday, when John Means became the first Baltimore pitcher since Palmer To toss a complete game. No hitter. Means subdued the Mariner six Oh, With 12 strikeouts and no walks in Seattle. A brilliant piece of writing by a really great baseball writer Tyler Kattner of The New York Times, and it just speaks to how amazing the feet was and how long it had been since something like that. Had happened and I have to say I couldn't help but think of little more. When I saw this Mo was an amazingly die hard Baltimore Orioles fan and in fact, I've got a painting of Mo next to me right now at this desk that I have watched over the show, and he's in his Orioles hat and his Orioles jersey. I've got a little mo bobble head directly to my left is well and on that he's got an orange T shirt on and Oreos hat and he was just The biggest Orioles fan ever, and they're just sometimes that a little Sprinkle magic in there that Sometimes makes me wonder what Mo has his hands in that day. But Josh Graham is a radio host and his father is an enormous Orioles fan. And his dad is fighting covert right now, in a rally I see you. And Josh tweeted this out, he said. There's no sports team. My dad loves more than the Orioles and as he's fighting Cove ID The ICU. He just watched John means tossed the oriolesfirst no hitters in 69. He just sent me this video, and now I'm an emotional wreck. In the video. Is his dad hooked up to breathing tubes in a bed with the Orioles game. Switching the phone between the TV screen and his reaction. And he's like on the verge of tears. He's like, Oh, my God! It happened. I can't believe he did it. His dad. Is on the verge of tears watching somebody else pitched a no hitter. Which in and of itself is why sports still matters. Sport will always matter. Is because it moves us to feelings. We don't normally tap into and sometimes can't describe can explain. But I just said, Gosh, there's There's a little bit of there's a little something in this. There's a little Sprinkle pixie dust in this inn. Not sure if MO has any sign already say or whatever, but Just some things that happened in sports and specifically some things that happened with with some teams that you just kind of know there's There's a little bit of the Unexplainable in this This day is absolutely about John means it about his journey in about What he's been able to accomplish. And when you saw him jumping around at the pitcher's mound after the No, no There is this unbridled joy That also is, I think Underscored by.

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Audible originals, audio books and podcast Start a free 30 Day trial when you sign up it audible dot com from the Ramsey Monster Weather Center, mostly sunny today High 65 Tonight Mostly cloudy low 56, then partly sunny tomorrow. By all the way on up to 82. It's 52 from the Ramsey Monster Weather Center. I'm Joe No 1 77. W A. B. C. This is Sid on sports on 77. W A. B. C. Let's start with the Yankees. Another rough go of it Last night, Harvey Day. Matt Harvey on the mound for the Baltimore Orioles. Shut down the Yankees last night. Six strong innings somewhere. My late by the Harvey is smiling. He loved his happy Harvey Day T shirt. That Harvey we services and beat the Yankees last night. Yankees just two runs just four hits again. The final score four to his Yankee star DJ LeMay, You one man Harvey stuff last night saw a singer for strikes. One in the zone. Um, he, uh, thought this stuff was pretty good toe. Jackie's with laws fall to nine and 13 there were dead last inside the American League East. They'll play the Orioles at Camden Yards again later on today. The Mets he's enjoyed a day off yesterday. Today they welcome in Joe Abboud's Surprising first place Boston Red Sox in Queens first pitch just after seven o'clock tonight. NBA The Knickerbockers nine game winning streak is over, lost yesterday to the two seed in the West. The Phoenix Suns. 1 18 1 10 the final score. Knicks put six players in double figures, including Derrick Rose. He led the way with 22, but it wasn't enough. On this night. We got administration playing across the like apartment gang 48 minutes. You know, they got a.

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Data Shows MLB Teams that Sell the Most Hot Dogs Win the Most Games

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Data Shows MLB Teams that Sell the Most Hot Dogs Win the Most Games

"Secret to why Major League baseball teams are summer successful and some flat out stink. It has to do with the sale of hot dogs. Really? Yeah, you This is your cause and effect their national hot dog. Soc Sausage council has put out data. The L, a Dodgers, Chicago Cubs, New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox and ST Louis Cardinals each S o more than a million hot dogs and sausage each year, and they're the most successful major league baseball teams. Now listen to the bottom five teams that so the least amount of, huh? The Detroit Tigers. The Cincinnati Reds, the San Diego Padres, the Chicago White Sox and the Baltimore Orioles. Kidding awhile, That's that's rough on,

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Billy Conigliaro, First Player Drafted By Boston Red Sox, Dies At 73

WBZ Midday News

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Billy Conigliaro, First Player Drafted By Boston Red Sox, Dies At 73

"This just in to the WBC news room. Billy Comically Arrow, the first ever drafted by the Boston Red Sox and brother of Tony Connick Lee Arrow has died. Ah, Hometown native Billy was born in Revere and graduated from Swampscott High School. It was the Red Sox fifth overall pick and Major League baseball's inaugural first player draft. In his big league debut. He had two home runs against the Baltimore Orioles in 1969 in 1970, he shared the Fenway Park outfield with his brother, Tony. When Tony suffered a heart attack in 1982 Billy devoted his life to caring for his brother until he died in 1990 Billy comically era survived by his wife, Qi Sha. He was 73 years old.

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on 600 WREC

"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 this week in 1920 Jo Malone of the Quebec Bulldog scores in NHL record seven goals and a 10 6 victory over the Toronto ST Patrick's. This week in 1941. Joe Louis knocks out Red Berman and the fifth round at Madison Square Garden to retain the world heavyweight title jumping ahead this week in 1988, The Washington Redskin scored 35 points in the second quarter to overcome a 10 Nothing deficit and beat the Denver Broncos 42 to 10 in the Super Bowl and VP Doug Williams passes for four touchdowns and a record 340 yards. Timmy Smith rushes for record 204 yards This week in 1992 sportscaster Howard Cosell retires This'll Week in 1993 at the Australian Open Women's tennis final. Monica Sela speed Steffi Graf for her third consecutive Australian singles Crown Thistle Week in 1996 future Basketball Hall of Famer Magic Johnson comes out of a five year retirement and helps the L A Lakers. So 1 28 1 18 win over Golden State at the Great Western Forum With 19 points, eight rebounds and 10 assists. Magic would go on to appear in 31 more games that That season, making nine starts. Then he retired for good on this week in 2005. After 13 years with the Chicago Cubs, Sammy Sosa is traded to the Baltimore Orioles for Jerry Hairston Jr and a pair of minor leaguers. It would be his on Lee season with Theo's on. That's just some of what happened this weekend Sports history the weekend sports Time capsule on my heart radio. Tactical.

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The extent that when he was 19 years old, he caught the attention of the Baltimore Orioles minor league owner and manager. A guy by the name of Jack Dunne. Now here is where the nickname comes In. So done. He goes out to ST Mary's and signs Ruth on Valentine's Day 1914 to a contract that would pay the youngster $600 a month. Ruth said. That's more money than I've seen in my whole life. So Donnie takes roof along with his minor league Orioles down to spring training in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and their word spreads about done having to sign guardian papers to get Ruth to be a professional baseball player. The ST Mary's industrial school would not have released Ruth until he was 21 without someone else signing over for the legal guardian rights. 22 George Jr so off they go there, and word gets out that Donnie is his legal guardian and the players and reporters covering the team started referring to George Ruth as Jack Dunne's baby. On. This is in mid February, 1914 within a month. The Baltimore Sun is referring in print to Ruth as Babe Ruth. And the nickname obviously stuck forever. Now, the next thing I wanted to talk to you about Occurred on his first stop in major league baseball in Boston, where he was a star pitcher for the Boston Red Sox is a matter of fact. He was so good that in the five full seasons he played in Boston, he helped deliver three World Series championships to Boston and the Red Sox and was just a burgeoning star. His name was known known nationwide by then Babe Ruth was everybody thought that he was the best left handed pitcher in the game. But he got sold to the Yankees over the winter of 1919 1920 headed off to New York. The Yankees, who had never won a championship, so he goes to New York plays there. 16 years and in that time delivered seven.

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"baltimore orioles" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore orioles" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Right. It's a sister sledge birthday. I take it Kathy slash was like 14 of them can sled. There's not 14. There's five of them. Whatever Whatever. Hear this song, I think the 1979, Pittsburgh Pirates and pop star Jones. Willy star jumps, right? That's right. I do to remember how the world Series turned out. Well, that was the theme song for the team. I do not remember. That was what 16 79 79, Okay? No. They played the Baltimore Orioles were together. They're behind in the serious three games to two. This is my memory now. Gosh, I hope I'm right with the last two games scheduled to be in Baltimore. They win Game six and Game seven. On the road against the Orioles. Pop star JAL. Yeah, at that point, I didn't want anybody that lived in the city of Pittsburgh to win anything. Oh, that's right. You're already in Cleveland Steelers won the Super Bowl that year as well. Yeah, That was a great run by the team. A great story, But I don't know why this song connected with them, but it did and interesting. Yeah, This was a big That's why this song blew up. One of the reasons that blew up. I like the song. I've always liked it. Yeah, I meet you. Plus, I have two sisters. So then we'd be like, Yeah, That's right. You be the lead singer. You'd be Captain Kathie Lee Sledge. That's right. I'm Kathie Lee Flash. Yeah. Great..

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Chicago White Sox name Tony La Russa, 76, new manager

John Howell

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Chicago White Sox name Tony La Russa, 76, new manager

"Hired a new manager today. He's a familiar face. Tony LaRussa, the man who led the Sox to a division championship, the Western Division back in 1983. The year they lost to the Baltimore Orioles for the American League pennant. Tony LaRussa, then went on to win three world Siri's with the A's one with the A's and two with the Cardinals. He's 76 years old John Howell. But now he's coming back to the White Sox. And here he is. Saying he was sick of plain or sick of working upstairs behind a desk during the last bunch of years that I've been upstairs where there would be friendly B or the D backs Angels REDSOX Uh, there's a wonderful opportunity to stay close to the game. Watch the game from upstairs, but I always had this thought, Man. It's more flooding. It's more fun downstairs. I tell you what it is that he's an interesting guy. And

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