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"barry bonds" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

05:41 min | 2 months ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"I was a little bit surprised. Buster in that conversation because obviously we have seen all the quote unquote proposals. That have been out there. You know or Zona Plan that Florida Plan. You know even you know Dallas has been include. Nbc's in what? I asked Tony Straight out which one of these plants at the better possibility which I believe is one of the questions that you suggest that 'cause obviously well let's talk about these kind of QNA's he said there isn't a proposal on my desk and that was surprising to me. I always thought that obese proposals were being talked about that. All of these were had been run by the Players Association. Now we have learned that Major League baseball getting proposal together and it should be at Tony Status cow in the upcoming day. But that was the most interesting thing buster. That's that the players association wasn't that involved in those stocks Marley earlier today did a radio interview and I was asked about the the context of you know that That proposal that Major League Baseball is GONNA put forward to the players. They said look for me. Based on what I've heard from agents in club executives Major League Baseball Officials. That would be like the first batter stepping into the box for the very first inning. The top of the first in terms of the process. What what's your on it. That the cluster. And that's when I mentioned that I was surprised. It's exactly that this is the very beginning. Now let's look at the positive. The beginning is happening right and we are in. May and obviously you and I have heard that the are looking at late July. An mid-july is an option. So right now. We're thinking of the three weeks spring. Greg obviously this all depends on what happens with this terrible pandemic and you know I live in New York City and I'm seeing first hand that this is nowhere near control at this point but the good part is that you're right the batteries out the first pitch is coming but we thought I had been out there a while ago. Yeah exactly two of the biggest issues that they're going to have to deal with in negotiations between Major League Baseball and the Players Association one is The salary rollbacks that the major league baseball teams are GONNA be looking for. I heard actually this week. That on the management side. There's actually one teen. It's already instructed their Front Office for two thousand and twenty one to cut payroll so that's the mindset on that side. The other two is the question of liability You know if a player walks into a stadium he gets a corona virus. He gets sick. Who's actually responsible for that? What did you learn in your conversation with Tony about those? Two issues about salary rollbacks about liability in terms of salary rollback To be very clear that all the conversations and this is quoting you know even chief Tony Clark. That everything we're going to talk about in terms of salary is done and that the focus right now. He said we have an agreement. Obviously that agreement can be adjusted right. So that's that's the one thing that Tony said about salary and the one thing that he stress constantly he said this is all about player. Safety and the liability is an issue. And it's something that they're discussing and not only for the players buster for third third parties to right people who get infected with the coronavirus because the particular team opens up for business right so it's not only about. The players. Reliability is much wider than that and the focus player health and safety number one for the Union. That was the one thing that Tony said that the one thing that we care about that Major League Baseball should cure about and until they result that he basically he didn't say it flat out but he implied that their membership would not agree to anything that would not guarantee players safety and again you can read Marley story on. Espn DOT COM in a moment. We're GONNA be talking. Jim Leyland the longtime manager of the Detroit. Tigers the pirates and other teams One of the players I intend to ask him about. Miguel Cabrera someday will make a speech at cooperstown. I don't think it's going to be the longest speech ever made cooperstown. Marlton I feel I. You know look you feel bad for everybody affected by this in any walk life but you know. I've thought Miguel Cabrera who? When I saw him in spring training he was in tremendous shape and it looked like okay. He has a chance to bounce back from last year he just turned thirty seven in April. Two thousand eight hundred and fifteen hits. Mickey Cabrera will make one of my favorites and you said you know. He's he doesn't have to be on. He certainly be memorable and I'll tell you this is the kind of person. Go Cabrera S. I broke my my leg a couple of years ago and I happen to be walking by Detroit airport kind of hobbling with my suitcase and within a connecting flight and all of a sudden someone comes from behind the grabbed my suitcase and I turn around to obviously due to yell. Whoever this person is and Caparo and he looks at me he goes. Do you need some help. And I thought it was one of those moments that shows who make. Yes that is this one of the most humble superstar in Major League Baseball. And when you buster about the kind of guys that this affects it also reminded me of Felix Hernandez who is also looking for another chance. Who is really supposed to make that breaks rotation and isn't that same position of not knowing whether he's GonNa have a chance and you said begin. Everyone is always criticising that. Cabrera has all these years left on his contract and he came back with a healthy back. You know trying to be an everyday player again and now we don't know what we're GONNA get. We'll say that's a great story. I'd never heard that you'd never told that. That's awesome. All right MARLA. Thank for doing this. Of course thank you. You guys have a good day..

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

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 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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Barry Bonds says Major League Baseball has given him a ‘death sentence’

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

02:14 min | 4 months ago

Barry Bonds says Major League Baseball has given him a ‘death sentence’

"He bury bonds in a story that one link the story written by bag early basically says that he feels like major league baseball's has given up on him and he's received a death sentence and obviously he's referring to his hall of fame candidacy in and also maybe the of his ability to get or not get a job in the industry but all right where you guys weigh in on this I know locally there's a lot of people that want very in the hall of fame nationally it's the I don't care and they are they do care they care that he's not in the hall they don't want him there and and I just my whole thing is we don't know who did what if A. rod gets in before bonds I'm gonna lose it same way about war teas I'm we don't know who did what and when and exactly what they took and what the impact was drugs are drugs in Woodbury took was not with the other guys to look at all these different things that make it very difficult to compare so my argument guys it's been this way for years which is she just put them all in it's a museum it's not it does not say if somebody says I'm a hall of Famer you don't say you're of great moral fabric no you don't you say you're one of the best players in the error that you played it is very bonds one of the best players in the era that he played in we all know the answer to that question is obviously yes let's not go beyond that we don't know who did what who didn't do what and what the impact was so let's just take the best players of the era and put them in and if they have known associations the PD's noted it and if they if if there's no association to be dis when you put a man then don't noted and if something comes up in the future then go back and noted on their plaque but this idea that these great players should be on the outside looking in it's just to me it's they're wearing too much of the blame for an you know for something that was much much much larger than them as

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"barry bonds" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

11:02 min | 4 months ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on Giants Splash

"And the unpopular could still. I think it was I. I remember the scene vividly. He actually was walking off complaining and he got ejected. I was selected. Okay how what happened? Well Yeah I've ever younger up so these guys they've got that earpiece in and you really don't notice the timing on it because timing's pretty good to come from up in the press box down an fire so you don't really notice. A lack of timing and the pitch was almost balanced part. Here's strike you all strike. The hitter turns argues with them apart. Point of the press box saw nene ended up at checked out of the game guy was so upset And and when you look at that replay even though the ball spouse there was a little portion of the bullet might come across that line. And that's going on so I always tell the story crew cal I got much. Starting Soon I came up and so the California the first year and call. Pitch dug-out screaming at call. The pinch was up a little bit. They screamed they lowered it a little bit cold one low the teams yellen and when they stopped yelling. That was my strikes. See I trust that more than any technology of today. Well like I say these guys do a great job. I'm old school. I I still put the cameras tapes on all the time because I love much in the history of the game and All school I'm not a real fan of stuff that's going on. I think the batter was giants prospect. Jacob Hayward Yeah because I remember watching him down in the bullpen and I think Steve Costea was down there and I'm watching him and he stayed in the bullpen. He's not took them a long time to leave the Dugout user meeting which I got upset with the apart scream out getting them out there and start watching it in the bullpen from the press. Box over talking stick and the guy is still sitting in thought. You get one more objection. I got out of my seat. I went down to the bullpen. And you know all those young pitchers in the boy of applied. Us supplies sees me come a nice guy. He said he just left. I want to just one more. That's pretty good now. These are wonderful stories but one thing I didn't ask about is your childhood is a giants. Fan who you talked about maze. But what other giants were your guys? And and how often did you go out to the stick? Oh and and what games do you remember? I mean nine hundred and sixty two obviously was hours. That was the year when the giants lost to the Yankees in seven games. Yeah my dad took mainly game seven and I remember. He wasn't a smoke cigars down. Everybody was smoking cigarettes at the. He's walking around nervous wreck but You Know Mickey Mantle Yogi Berra and all those guys and stuff so was pretty exciting for me and I never really hit that ball. I doubt I remember jumping on the field after the game. I wanted to get up close and see what these you don't worry about. That was that was great but I mean growing up. I mean me Kirkland Felipe earlier mccovey I mean you know it's funny because I- mccovey Fan Willie's than I ended up calling pitchers on them. You know it's funny. You think these guys are so much older than this and all of a sudden a gap and you probably you probably powered Barry Bonds in new -pired bobby bonds now. Many speaking of game. Seven and sixty two mays at that double the right field. It was a soggy field. It had run Roger. Maris's the right fielder. Mattia LOU IS ON I. He goes to third. Willie gets a double. That's two outs. In the night. The giants are down one. Nothing mccovey comes up and lines to bobby. Richardson game overseers over but Willie says to this day. If he were the runner rather than the hitter he was score. He would not have just gone to thirty. He would've blown right by the third base coach and scored. Absolutely you were there. Would he have scored? Yes or no I say I I say yeah I mean not remember that moment but there were so many times our studies one of the greatest baserunners I've ever seen. Willie didn't look at a coach. Willy willies always watch runs. His eyes were on the ball and it didn't eat it. Breaks stride and he cash. We just got a foul ball. Scott to the computer had smoked the booth right next to ours. Really got Miami busted or computer to monitor anyway but like I said we'll take basis when no other player just one. That's basically the age old question. What's the best tool? I mean you series. What is better than the next there? What what does the best he can say? What is it Willie? I think about apartment stuff and I thought about watching some of these great players and they were always a step ahead. What am I gonNa do with this throw or whatever and I thought that when I heard I would try to think ahead of the place. I would be in a position or was able to get to a position. Well so they're still trying to fix this monitor but your father wants more before he scouted and signed Willie mays. He played shortstop for the Indian SPEC in the twenties and thirties. Now he came across babe. Ruth ty COBB. I mean really. Yeah your father played in gains in Babe. Ruth was barreling into him at second. Base tire spikes high at second base. Yeah Yeah Oh my God. I Look Retro Sheet on poet. Small box scores and look at those Yankee things on my dad's McKay with they stop at one of my dad's he he didn't tell a lot of stories and stuff you know. I wish we rely about. Ask THEM A lot more questions. But why number one story talked about. Babe. Ruth came in and took him out at second base sheets and and carry my dad off in a stretch and so after the game. My Dad's late in the trainer's room and incomes Babe Ruth. Since how you don't kid might. That's that was one of the greatest moments of his career. I mean because they look theft. Babe Babe Ruth was just such an idol to all those guys. My Dad used to tell me that when the Yankees when they were playing the Yankees and they were taking batting practice. The team's never left. It was kind of like a McGuire deal fans will come to watch batting practice with teams leave when they was hidden and stuff and I remember telling that story McGuire because he was getting a little frustrated in ninety. Eight opposite. Out Watchmen Washer I to watch. Because it was unbelievable what he was and so I told him that. Story About Myse- Marcus enjoy that I said because I'll give you the story of Babe Ruth. My Dad my dad had sit on the teams would come. And that's an honor your so. So he played against. Ruth and sign maze. With how could he do better than that? How do you follow up? Hey consign me because you you played some ball. I couldn't hit the curve ball. How how how good was your dad? How what kind of Ballplayer was he? I think he yeah. He was a lot of speed You know good field shortstop I think he held the record for longtime for most putouts. Something in a game. You know really only big lakes for four years when it was a pretty good players back then so. I always thought so. That's something just to get up there. It's an amazing story. Ill that he. He managed in the minor lakes and then scout from Boston. I and another guy that he signed was Mel Parnell. Pretty good so so went from your your father to you and by the way one of your two sons and I remember writing. The story played with Ricky Henderson. Not In the big leagues but with the San Diego Surf. Dogs and independent baseball. And Willie. I mean ricky in his forties just didn't stop playing no and one of his teams would San DIEGO SURF. Dogs and your son played with them. Yeah Terry Kennedy. Was the man against Terry any side at pepperdine with the dodgers and when he was a pepper nine. Hebrew roommates buddies Noah lowry and Danny Haran were roommates and so when he signed with the dodgers Kennedy was Working with the dodgers at that time so when he got red what address any minor leagues with the Rockies and then after being released. I think you'd better weather in entertaining in flora and Kennedy wanted a month's team so we invite him down San Diego and rookie. Who you're scrape the kids. Yeah I mean he he he absolutely loved it to this day. I recently spoke with them. How much he enjoyed. He enjoyed that as much as playing in the big leagues because it was like his childhood. That's that's basically you? You don't play for the money wasn't a business. You play for the love of the game and you know what I see overnight with a look at them on amid still put him out there and yet he would. I always always used to tell them. I said Ricky. You're GonNa Miss Your Hall of fame. Induction. 'cause YOU'RE GONNA have a game. You're ricky story where we're at New York Ricky's up. The bad is what the mets then and I called a strike one on becky steps out of the box and says he doesn't think that strike reassert strike and took up mass strikes back in the box talking to third. I either third person with ridden. That's precious I could go on and on but Eddie you got to write a book. And that's what they say. Well thank thanks so much. This was an extreme pleasure to go over a roots in the game. Your father. Your son. three generation of MONTAGUES. Congratulations on a wonderful rear entry. Thank you for listening to this. Episode OF GIANTS SPLASH Henry. So men and I will continue providing podcasts throughout spring training and into the season the giants splash is a production of the San Francisco. Chronicle support the splash and all of the chronicles great journalism by signing up for a chronicle membership at SF chronicle dot com slash pod..

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"barry bonds" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

11:57 min | 4 months ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on Giants Splash

"Dressing these locker and stuff and you know you that high pitched voice. I spend each. It's up and he pulled a brand new club out of his locker with Reuter Glove and gave me and I was like I was which do William as well. This is another story so my way and this is one of the box until this story that on my way home from seals stadium. Slow exciting stuff. I'm like waving the glove out the window. This really base. That's that I get home at. We're halfway hold on. My Dad said well he says you're left handed and your brother. Jerry's right handed my brother. Jerry was a good ballplayer and then I ended up with my younger brother ended up giving him the glove and I think that love got picked off at the playground within a month and Yeah yeah that's the saddest thing have but all these years later and we're watching the angels the giants in Press Booth at Scottsdale Stadium. Here it just a couple of hours ago within the clubhouse in you sat right next to Willie mays the man that you idolizes a kid the man who gave you a glove and fifty eight the man. Your Dad's signed in Nineteen Fifteen. And what a world you're still his buddy. I still yeah you know I still. I like listening to the stories. Well he's always been great but not only myself but my brother's a family whenever around he's always you know Just great that send I tell you a funny story vendor at Candlestick Park One day. At least the hitchhike all over the city and into the river and stuff and hitchhike on. I'm GonNa tell my parents at that time but I got dropped off in third and towels when. I'm walking to the Ballpark area. There at that time and I must have looked at a place because all of a sudden this Cadillac pulls over and offers me a ride. I look in and it's Willie. Mays who had no idea why was but just knew. This is a kid. Walk into the BALLPARK. Probably works out there and I understood that he did that number times and when I opened the door I've got well he said I'm Eddie of you all your Eddie's boy and stuff and when you say walked to the Ballpark you meant candlestick park. You didn't mean that other one right there on third kin. No candlestick yeah. That's what I'm saying. That's a long walk from third down to ten trying to hitch. But that's okay so what we all these great highlights I recited what about a lone light. I mean there must have been times that the motions just maybe just overwhelmed the moment and got you an empire unit player nose to nose back back in those days. It was real baseball right because you could argue. You wouldn't get ejected oftentimes but now. You can't say much at all because once. Ya Plays reviewed it's Gospel. You can't go back stiff. Otherwise you're tossed. Yeah and I liked it back. You had your arguments and stuff and I remember Bobby Cox we. We'd go nose to nose and stuff and and said the bobby's type of guy I talked about it Atlanta and we parked in the parking lot. The players parking lot there and we'd be nose-to-nose he's gone and screaming and yelling and but I always said if I see him in the parking lot and I had a flat tire that night. He helped me change higher. That's how bobby was you know. These are two famer. Yeah there were a lot of times. You know the arguments I've ever time in L. A. and I tossed vern rapp was a manager of the cardinals and I tossed him out. Ballgame for arguing balls and strikes in the dugout. I got his coach. Sonny Roberto and then Lou. Brock came up to bat and he was going to jump on the bandwagon. I call the pitch down the middle of play the strike a new step out. You know to show me up to get back in the box. He didn't get back in the box. I says pitched the ball through the nets pinch strike too. He wasn't even in the box. And then the next pitch. I tossed him him out in the game. Remember those three guys in one game and I remember after the game. I came in the dressing room. They're dodger stadium. I get the phone rings from his Cell Phone Sur- phone rings. There was Giacomo calling me. Go wait a kid. That was awesome. That's wonderful another great story. I recall if drew Jose Cardenal. Now you ran him like twice in one day three times in two days right. This is fantastic. Yeah Yeah well I can count the second one so it was at first base where I think Zia Palm Springs are used drive down there for spring training okay. Cardinal rounded first base wanted to second base but he missed her space by three feet and he got the second basically standing there and They appealed to I and I called him out and he said a few choice words that I throw them out at so argument soon and he goes to the dugout and in those days and I don't think they do it anymore but pitchers when they finished the game or player they go run in the outfield. Do their laps. The Games go on so Carnell because the dugout said. He's out in the outfield. During running this lapse so I stopped the game and I said I said Herman Francis Imagine Saharan. Hit Him off the field. We're not starting a game and Herbert goes eight Kenny. Can you run? I said hey can run all the way to the bucks and I said it so loud. The crowd got a kick out so the following day. A triple A. Jim Quick and rather CNN big on par through just working three men and we're standing before the game outside the locker room and the cubs Oklahoma steer buying Harthill came up the runway and he spit till quicken best us. But I went in and told the crew chief on the satellite say Ryan. We get out there. You GotTa don't let him in the game. He's dumb and Rani said you can't do that. He's not waiting today so we got out of the home plate. Luciano took the lineup cards. Some peanuts lowery and looked at me. Let me see your lineup parts. The delighted person was quote. Cornell's name and give me your pen and across Carnell in the lineup and we heard Franks came out told him the story and Herman was fine with with what happening. That's great so I guess I was three times. I might be a record. Yeah we'll have more of our conversation with Eddie Montague right after this. Hello Heather Knight. Hello Peter Hart Lob you may have heard from the east coast media and even the White House that San Francisco has literally become a toilet and we completely disagree. The big event podcast is becoming total. Sf and we're going to highlight what still great about San Francisco will interview colorful characters share history pay tribute to our favorite. Sf movies and just have fun. Listen for the cable. Car Bell Total. Sf wherever you get your podcasts. The mets and red SOx game the grinder to Buckner the. Weren't you the right field on fire? What happened to the ball? Well so I was in right field. John kindles working first base. And you'd figure in the game's over here Pinson. The play and Millie went down the field that I think he peaked yet. I'm not sure but looking was pretty quick and you know what I'm not sure whether or not the ball through his legs and then So that was game six and Marty Barrett second baseman started. Come over and get the ball. Game was over now run sport. I said I got it already. So I picked up the ball and took an address from I put a little mark on it and the next day got rained out and for game seven. Come back the ball pocket. And the mets come back and win game so after the game I remember Johnny McNamara was one of the first guys are locker room. You came in a nicer and stuff you know. That stuff happens but Then Arthur Richmond. Who worked for years with the mets and then also went on to the Yankees wonderful man so he came in. I said already. I said I've got something for you. I said this is the ball that wanted for you. This is the ball at went through buckner slake slob and eat him. WanNa take it all right so you worked for them in Columbus you deserve more than I do so keep them up so he took the ball and about a year later he called an ASS. Suze that ball. He says we're thinking of action. Offer charities outcasts and he had no problem free probably had about five six thousand dollars. It's my wife and Hopper Hawaii watching. Espn at morning. And they said record dollar amount for baseball went for maybe three thousand dollars and that was the ball and Charlie Sheen the actor Bonnet Charlie Sheen. Wow No regrets. No that'd be in my addict just pfleger industrial since that I think ball sold over again so last time zones half a million dollars so if you if we move onto the modern game again you know the strike zone with. What can you say what? What are the developments with the Automated Strike Zone? We now we have the newer technology the Hawkeye rather than track man but It seems like it's coming And maybe the umpires going appreciate this. But the rubble empires. The technology is so advanced that there's part of the game that doesn't ever want that human element to change but there's another part of the game that says well maybe the computers in the technology and the Hawkeye A system could could even get more right than the cars are getting it right and the UMPIRES. Get it right. Ninety nine percent of the time. They're well over. Ninety almost ninety eight percent recommend you know behind the plate and on the basis. It's about the same there. Percentet`y you know being a supervisor. I got to watch this and I have to review all the plays all the time and it's amazing like I tell them Mike ever supervising. I've been doing this night. Here's the supervisor and you know the last couple of years I can't remember play being missed. That was really outrageous. Maybe one or two OL Southerners Bang Bang. I was put down report super slow as a super slow flight. tells these guys they get down to the dubs because they all want to get everything right and it's how we work. We work like that. You don't want to miss anything and just you can't beat the camera you can't beat that guy slide into second base and coming off a half an inch and they're going to keep the tag on right. That's not what it was. What's meant to be but you know what they're dealing with and replay. If they see that being changed I think the person they're okay with replaying. I don't know about the new system. We're talking about automated strike so we we did that down and fall this year and impress me so much and there was some batters and we saw some video of the replace where it was definitely not a strike but it was called the strife right and there were arguments.

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"barry bonds" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

06:58 min | 4 months ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on Giants Splash

"Hello and welcome to the giant splash. I'm John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle and we welcome Special Guest Eddie Montague to the podcast. Montague is a longtime pyre. Who's now an empire supervisor? And we talk about the possibility of a robo up in the majors. Some recent significant umpire hires and his baseball roots. His Dad played in the majors. I Babe Ruth. Anti calm and as a scout he signed a kid from the Birmingham black barons named Willie mays. So we're with Eddie monarchy and Eddie one of the most decorated umpires. I think in history who has great roots In the bay area in San Francisco to the giants and even to Willie mays. And let's get this right out there. Eddie your father also named any Montague Was a scam. The giants back in the nineteen forties the end. He visited a Birmingham one day to check out a kid named Alonzo. Perry who played in the Negro Leagues for the Birmingham. Blackburn's what happened with Alonzo. Perry and your father. And that's couty mission well. The giants sent him down. The Look. Look at Alonzo the power base when I believe in. My Dad liked them a lot but he saw this young kid and I think Willie was only like sixteen. Lee always played with older older fellas and and he saw this kid and he just caught his eye right away with his screen instincts. Power His arm everything about a man so My Dad kind of forgot about Alonzo and after Willie is an amazing story. An city with Eddie Montague the longtime umpire he umpired in the in the major leagues from Nineteen. Seventy six to nineteen ninety nine. A San Francisco native grew up in Daly City. You have two thousand nine two thousand nine right and now is enough supervisor and you could see him in the press box at all giant home games for the most part sometimes over the as mostly in San Francisco and you know that there's been some news lately on the Umpires Front We've had some retirements. Jeff Kellogg Dana. Demuth Cedar Strong Everett in four guys for longstanding fell type. Two of them Everett and Kellogg believed to be empire supervisor. Yes yeah now also in the news. Perwin Danley. Who I went to school with at San Diego State and played with Tony Gwynn. He was an outfielder. Steve Sales those three guys by the way played in the same outfield at San Diego State all reached the Big Leagues Tony as a ballplayer. Cronin daily has no partner. Steve Sales as a trend with the Oakland A.'s okay. I didn't know that three paths to the major leagues. Three different ways. Tony Gwynn's too. And they all play in the same outfield back in the late seventies early eighties but anyway Kirwin Danley has been promoted to true chief as has Alfonso Marquez. Now What's interesting? Their historic and wonderful. Is that Dan? Lee is the first African American crew chief and Marquez is the first Latin American true chief. What does that mean to you Eddie? Wit and what an inspiration for for kids. Who See these guys in the elevator roles? Yeah well you know I work with Kirwin plenty. I came up and terrific you know. He's got great instincts. Whose BASEBALL ALL AMERICAN DOWN. There said he wants an undrafted. All American yeah. Yeah and he you know he's got great instincts and he's he's taken the role the last couple of years filling in as a crew chief and has shown a great job you know. He's very passionate about what he does. And so I think he's going to be an excellent courage yet it it. It's it's great to see you know like anything else is. Why wasn't this done a long time ago but anyway it is progress now You had some wonderful history as an apart- now everybody envisions empires as the four guys. Who have no friends out there except for themselves? Yeah but your history is amazing. I mean when I go down the list you were there when Pete rose past ty Cobb on the all time hits list you were there. When Barry Bonds hit a seventy I seventy second seventy third home. Run in that final series. Giants dodgers at at the Ballpark in one. You're there for Lou Brock's three thousand. You were there when Kirby Puckett hit that home. Run in the ninety one series. And you're there when when when Wilkie Wilson it that little roller up the line and bill buckner didn't feel too cleanly but some amazing stuff. Food highlight as a as an art. Like your most memorable game good or bad while I think. I think you know when you think back the Pete Rose thing always stuck in my head of that one night and I can see it like I was there today and and it was at certain times a night when the sky was just beautiful sunset and goodyear blimp overhead the flash bulbs or flashing and the Heat's versus bat. That's when he broke the record you know. Hit a line drive to left field and I remember The game stopped little. Came out and son. Tommy ells first base coach and Steve Garvey and I just stood back there in watch and it was really emotional especially when he came out and hugged his dad and stuff like that little turnaround Garvey and so it was great. It was great moment in past tightened up and my dad played against all my dad. My Dad played for Cleveland. So I thought that was one of the highlights that I was a part of it it was. It was the reds Padron. Steve Garvey in those pictures because he was the padres first baseman that year there shall through the Bitch and actually sat on the mound which criticized for yeah later during the ceremony. But that's another story What what about your you grew up a giants fan right. You're born in San Francisco. You grew up in Daly city and your your father raised you. You Seal Stadium Right. You were there the first couple years when the giants were there. I am before. Yeah I've been all three openers opening date. David Seals Stadium. My Dad took me opening the candlestick park and then I opened up behind home plate as higher for the new ballpark. So yeah so it was pretty lucky to have all that stuff happened and But I've never seen stadium.

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SF Giants exclude Aubrey Huff from 2010 World Series reunion, citing 'unacceptable' tweets

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

07:18 min | 5 months ago

SF Giants exclude Aubrey Huff from 2010 World Series reunion, citing 'unacceptable' tweets

"I got it wrong in the last segment by saying that Aubrey huff was an average to below average major league. I looked up the stats over the break and he was slightly above average. So don't mean to disparage man Just because of what it is that he is saying that is getting him. Banned from giants. Reunion I do find interesting STU gods because I don't believe Sports franchises are generally moral entities. Bright leave business comes first and in San Francisco especially where you have a customer base. That is more liberal than Middle America. Say you can't be offending a women when he's saying things like quote divorce rates among athletes will continue to rise until the justice system is rightfully fixed. Way Women who have never thrown a touchdown pass hit a game winning three or hit a two. Oh slider deserve half of a man's hard earned money just for having babies and while it really shouldn't matter considering like his comments the fact that the giants actually have a woman as a first base coach does add another layer to this. I'm I wonder though because while I don't think that Aubrey huff makes for a very sympathetic victim. I do think that these reunion celebrations should involve the if people have their freedom if the players have their freedom right They should involve those players like the giants are doing an awful lot like the giant built. This monument of a BALLPARK ON BARRY BONDS. His feet and then kick them out of the park. The giants are also run by an organization. Run by a man the only man I can think of in baseball at the top of the sport who got into a very public videotaped and banned domestic abuse situation in front of people that people got to see and baseball punish. Is there a line though? Like if the met celebrate the eighty six team and Lenny Dykstra as a free man. Should the mets have the right to not include Lenny Dykstra and that celebration? Look I am just telling you that these are moral entities and when they start waving around there moralities I tend to be skeptical and think they're trying to protect their business. That's about customers and not morality. Yeah well this is a business venture and I mean I guess Kudos to them getting out in front of it because if Aubrey huff does show up to this and they either choose to ignore his past or do it. Dan says which is this really for the players. Let them get together. Whatever then you have all sorts of protests outside and becomes an ugly situation. And then what's going to end up happening is you'RE GONNA end up bending the public pressure anyways and uninviting him but my the Aubrey Huff I'm guessing has not changed much since two thousand ten. In fact he hasn't changed. The Times have changed. The world has changed okay but to. I guess to Dan's Point Aubrey. Huff was a big part of that team in a reason that he won the world series. And he's the exact same person now as he was then but the times have changed. Should it be excluded? Because The Times have changed. I mean they have a two thousand ten but I think what I believe. Is that the moralizing around sports. As if it were something pure doesn't need to infect these particular things which are just nostalgia and memories like you you 'cause almost as much attention bring almost as much attention to this nobody. Do you think a lot of people would have said you think a lot of people would have said Aubrey. Huff should not be invited to that. Because Lenny Dykstra has committed actual crime And plenty of people would have enjoyed seeing Lenny dykstra because the remembering the baseball player. They're not remembering the human being. I imagine it came up in some sort of promotions meeting where someone right raise the question. What are we? GonNa do about Aubrey. Huff and someone asked. What do you mean? And then they brought up these tweets these public comments and they wait everything look. I'm sure I'm Aubrey. Huff probably knows what's headed in his direction. If even chooses to attend one of these things at the very least it's massive amounts of doing it could be picketing it could be all sorts of ticketing union. I'm Aubrey huff. Could become the face of something larger in an election year in a in a tumultuous time in our country I think he could be lifted up to be something more than what. This is really a ten year celebration of a sports team. And I can't fault the giants for not wanting any part of the conversation in that city. There's picketing the cubs are actually celebrate that world series and Chapman. Is HE GONNA be invited or people are GonNa have a problem with that? I mean he was a big part of that team Chapman. He's got some stuff I just I don't know how you're supposed to do this stuff. When you say you've heard me say last week I hate being governed by public relations and what I'm telling you is the giants just invited it. And we might not have even noticed that is postulated bigger story. It it it may not have arrived in our doorstep. It might have been a San Francisco story but it might not have gotten all the way over here to the other side of the country. If the giants hadn't taken the preemptive public relations measure of punishing a guy who Understandably some of the things. This is not a defense of anything that he's saying. I'm just wondering whether or not they've brought attention to something this by virtue signaling here by by saying look we are a virtuous franchise. That doesn't tolerate Aubrey huff. Unless he's winning the world series for us. I mean I never would have known of Aubrey. Huff stances comments or what he tweeted out. Had the giants not invited into this? There hasn't been much of a secret people understand that he's been one of these people who says things that are objectionable questionable. Often you know just not ethically sound some of the things that he's doing and I understand why the giants wouldn't want that voice at a reunion but that face was in their uniform. That face was wearing Their colors and holding up that trophy and I just don't get making ten years later a ceremony. That's meant to celebrate the achievements. I don't get Bringing this kind of unwanted attention to your franchise by taking a measure that I feel is something. That doesn't have a lot of precedent. I don't you know if a guy's in jail because students is bringing up Chapman thing Chapman Chapman lose games in baseball for that domestic abuse crime. I know that it is something that was questionable when they signed him because they overlooked whatever you Think the morality should have been there in order of in order to choose one hundred and three mile an hour fastball. He was suspended. Thirty Games So you've got to assist Aubrey. Huff not been suspended right and I hate for this any of this to sound like a pencil plate for ten years. I I hate for any of this to sound like. I'm defending this dude. Or what he says but I just don't get the idea of attaching morality to a reunion

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Jeter, Walker elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

News, Traffic and Weather

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Jeter, Walker elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

"Derek Jeter has been elected to the Major League Baseball hall of fame at the Yankee captain fell one vote shy of being a unanimous selection joining Jeter in the class of twenty twenty is BC native Larry Walker who last played out field for the Expos Rockies and cardinals former Seattle Mariners shortstop Omar Vizquel receive fifty two percent of the votes and steroid era stars Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens picked up about sixty percent which indicates the baseball writers might soon be willing to forgive and

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Jeter looks set to become No. 2 unanimous pick for Hall of Fame

Atlanta's Morning News

00:21 sec | 6 months ago

Jeter looks set to become No. 2 unanimous pick for Hall of Fame

"Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter's a shoe in for the baseball hall of fame is this year's classes announced today zero players like Sammy Sosa Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds also waiting to see if they're getting a little more attention from voters Curt Schilling is hoping to seal the deal after a steady increase in both ABC's Ryan borough says Jeter could become just the second ever unanimous choice after teammate

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"barry bonds" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on Starting9

"He stole berry talking trout. Chow chow trout's never driven in over one hundred ten runs. I don't know no no he's scored one hundred and twenty five runs out so he's he hit is the for he's the i player to hit. Thirty home runs steel forty five bases and score one hundred twenty five runs essy's. That's false. That's never got mike trout's never done that. Thirty home runs forty five and scored one hundred twenty five yeah. He's didn't twenty twelve thirty homers. Forty-nine steals on and twenty nine runs led the league in runs and bags yeah i was i was looking. I was looking at twenty sixteen where he had thirty bags twenty-nine jacks but my my point was he's. He's done that one time. Barry bonds did that. Five times very also also had a forty forty season and barry bonds played elite level defense so my trump's what elite level left field defense compared to something like league average centerfield defense if you've got an elite defender out in left field. That's a pretty cool thing. Sorry that that you put my trout in centerfield. Put them in field or not that okay so my trump played centerfield. Wh what do you want me to be angry. Barry bond gold glove field monistic on people because they displaced mike trout for peter orcas. I i know and trust me. That was the beginning of all right. Mike trout back to centerfield old but here's the thing you're basically just gonna play two feet off of the fucking warning track because we don't want you dive in for shit and we don't want you running into the wall because we just want you hitting the baseball also why you'll never see mike trout. I dunno might try to still thirty bags again yeah. They don't want him. They don't want him sliding sliding headfirst in the second base. They don't walk trout doing a lot of things that a superstar player does on a baseball field if we're just being fucking real all right just just seriously seriously. Let's not i mean he's not taking anybody. I mean if anything that's just a reflection of the fact that people are more uh responsible and valuing their franchise assets than they were at the time of barry bonds like div. The value added of a stolen base isn't worth the risk in a lot of these cases based on the way. The game is played today and based on how the officer run today. We're talking about two different. Two completely different eras again where a guy a guy moving from first to second was valuable based on the way to the game was being played when when barry bonds was playing baseball so what did barry bonds do he put himself in his team in the best possible position more times than not when he was on first base if he didn't hit the fucker out of the park and did that on a regular basis. They are telling mike trout. Don't do that so i'm. I'm not knocking might trout necessarily for not doing it because he's had the chains put on the cuffs. Put on them doing know that they're telling them that because i still have north worth of twenty bags last year we know it we know it. That's how do we know it though i mean if he has been conversations about it they talked if there's been articles written about it what the same in the same article about the defensive alignment for my trout not wanting him to play shallow so that he's not worried about diving for a ball and he's taking taking away the extra base hits and giving himself an opportunity to get to the wall and elevate above as opposed to running into. That's why you goes through my trout's highlight reel. You'll see more catches either at the wall or above the wall really than i think you'll see him laying out in flint forward and that's by <unk> designed the i think we all know what berry went on to do in his mid to late thirties but if you're looking strictly at the ah the clip that might trout.

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Game Of Thrones Books vs. TV Series: Which is better?

Jim Beaver's Project Action

03:49 min | 1 year ago

Game Of Thrones Books vs. TV Series: Which is better?

Eloise Albert Pujols, Paul And Homer discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Eloise Albert Pujols, Paul And Homer discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"Eloise Albert Pujols reached another milestone high fly ball that Albert hits well to right center field that one's caring and that Paul is just cleared the wall out there around in right center field and he hits an opposite field Homer right there is fifteenth home run of the season KTLA on the call that was to host six hundred and forty eight career home run giving him at least fifteen homers in the first nineteen seasons of his career he joined Barry Bonds and hall of Famers Anne Marie and Frank Robinson on

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A Wrestling Fan's Guide To Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury

Tha Boxing Voice

02:06 min | 1 year ago

A Wrestling Fan's Guide To Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury

"And I'll admit I've been critical of his boxing ability at times, but that man has always got a chance with the best in the world because he has got this free. Freak of nature power. That is just I mean, it is like watching Vince Carter dunk. It's like watching Barry Bonds hit a woman. I shouldn't use very it's like watching a Ken Griffey hit home runs out. That was when I could come up with you know, it's like watching Michael Jordan play like LeBron play Koby play like the it is a leak a leak. I'm talking about in the world. There is no one else that could do what he does or earliest very very few a meantime, what he say point zero one percent of the world probably lesson that in. So I'm glad that got cleared up because while size can definitely add power with some people when you have that God given ability to knock a man clean out. His but knock is so out his body. It don't really matter. If you're if you're five even ten pounds less it, it's you know, you got that power, man. Yeah. Man. Look interesting to see that back in the ring. That's what we're all excited for this woman a little bit over don't forget to participate on our axe ceres accessories, basically is acts whatever fighter today will be seeing Eddie Hearn and Tevin pharma, and we're we're heading on this road. It's snowing out here in the east coast, Ron is on the train over to my neck of the woods. We're going to jump on the road and be out. And get you guys. The best interviews possible that we can get don't forget the hit that helps with the visibility of the show helps us grow. And let's snow your pre she ate the hard work that Monday through Friday morning show. Don't forget the tune in on our flagship show Thursday at seven pm Sunday at seven pm.

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"barry bonds" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Now, let me tell you about covering Barry Bonds on a daily basis. He's just a bad guy. One of the worst guys I've ever covered. I don't like Barry Bonds as a guy, and I don't care should not matter not because listen on a daily basis. Barry Bonds went out of the way to be a bad guy to the media. He did not like us and most of us did not not like we despised him. I wouldn't go so far for me to say is I despise it because I was in off him as a baseball player, but on a daily basis, he either wooden speak us, which is breaking rule number one for media because you don't get. Access. So you can't write your store. You don't you're editor saying, we're the very squats. He wouldn't speak. Well, get him to speak. Well, if you got him to speak, he would go out of his way to humiliate or embarrass you or insult you. Or all true. It just I lashed with him one day. He was mad at me came up. I was staying in the middle of the clubhouse, and he came up in behind me and grab my arm and his vice grip and just held my arm and just stared right in my eyes for like probably ten seconds seem like two minutes, and I just looked at him like and. Are you trying to intimidate? I'm not afraid I gotta tell you. I don't know what it was. I have no idea because I was mostly in his corner. He was just by nature, not nice guy. Well, so what? Because when he had that little bat in his hand it was a little bit. And he'd choked up on it. I've never seen anything like this. He was simply the greatest hitter in the history of baseball and the greatest player in the history of baseball. He won eight Gold Gloves. Eight didn't have a big arm. But it was pretty accurate arm. But still in his heyday in Pittsburgh, he could steal bases and legit five to the fifth tool that arm is just okay now, I know I got I am with you compensate. If you look I don't have time to list the records, but we're talking about on base percentage on base, plus slugging slugging. It's just simply this. He was the first hitter. Whoever had the advantage over the pitcher is we've always seen the. Pitcher have the advantage until Barry Bonds came along. And he would stand in there in just spit on those pitches. If it missed by an inch. He would just what was what was it? You had two hundred and twenty-five wall. Would What it it was? was just he shattered babe. Ruth's on bass percenter. Because you just couldn't get the man. And after a while they would walk him. And then they'd say, no, we can try to pitch to him. And he would literally see two pitches a night he would crush those pitches that was in that especially in that two thousand one. I've never seen anything like it. So to me, I don't care what he was off the field at least he didn't. He didn't commit any crimes that I'm aware of. So was he not a good not a good guy belong in the hall from day one? I'm sorry. And by the way, you can give a man all the PD's you want, but you still have to make contact man. I hang on nation and totally agree. What another guy that using foot of numbers? Good question. Shannon back that it if you look let's just take his first eight years. I eight years he had to MVP's three gold glove three silver sluggers. That's what he had in his first eight years in that hall of fame in most of those how many seven years. Fan francisco. He won the MVP. That's the first day. He was still skinny berry at that his first eleven years. Yeah. When they said because everybody the time line that everybody wants to jump on is around ninety nine to ninety eight ninety nine so he had eight globe by a ninety nine all before ninety nine eight Gold Gloves seldom seven silver sluggers in three MVP's..

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"barry bonds" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Now, let me tell you about covering Barry Bonds on a daily basis. He's just a bad guy. One of the worst guys I've ever covered. I don't like Barry Bonds as a guy, and I don't care should not matter not because listen on a daily basis. Barry Bonds went out of the way to be a bad guy to the media. He did not like us and most of us did not not like we despised him. I wouldn't go so far for me to say is I despise it because I was in off him as a baseball player, but on a daily basis, he either wooden speak us, which is breaking rule number one for media because you don't get. Access. So you can't write your store. You don't you're editor saying, we're the very squats willy wouldn't speak. Well, you get him to speak. Well, if you got him to speak, he would go out of his way to humiliate or embarrass you or insult you. Or all true. It was just I lashed with him one day. He was mad at me came up. I was staying in the middle of the clubhouse, and he came up in behind me and grab my arm and his vice grip and just held my arm and just stared right in my eyes for like probably ten seconds seem like two minutes, and I just looked at him like and. Are you trying to intimidate? I'm not afraid I gotta tell you. I don't know what it was. I have no idea because I was mostly in his corner. He was just by nature, not an ice guy. Well, so what because when he had that little bat in his hand it was a little bit. And he'd choked up on it. I've never seen anything like this. He was simply the greatest hitter in the history of baseball and the greatest player in the history of baseball. He won eight Gold Gloves. Eight didn't have a big arm. But it was pretty accurate arm. But still in his heyday in Pittsburgh, he could steal bases and legit five to the fifth tool that arm is just okay now, I know I got I am with you drive compensate. If you look I have time to list the records, but we're talking about on base percentage on base, plus slugging slugging it's just simply this. He was the first hitter. Whoever had the advantage over the pitcher because we've always seen the. Pitcher have the advantage until Barry Bonds came along. And he would stand in there and just spit on those pitches. If it missed by an inch. He would just what was what was it? You had two hundred and twenty-five wall. That would it was just he shattered babe. Ruth's on bass percenter. Because you just couldn't get the man. Yeah. And after a while they would walk him. And then they'd say, no, we can try to pitch to him. And he would literally see two pitches a night he would crush those pitches that was in that especially in that two thousand one. I've never seen anything like it. So to me, I don't care what he was off the field at least he didn't. He didn't commit any crimes that I'm aware of. So was he not a good not a good guy belong in the hall from day one? I'm sorry. And by the way, you can give a man all the PD's you want, but you still have to make contact man a nation and totally agree. What another guy that using PD foot of numbers? Good question. Shannon back that it if you look let's just take his first eight years. I eight years he had to MVP's three gold glove three silver sluggers. That's what he had in his first eight years in that hall of fame in most of those how many seven years. Fan francisco. He won the MVP. That's the first day. He was still skinny berry at that his first eleven years. Yeah. When they said because everybody the time line that everybody wants to jump on is around ninety nine to ninety eight ninety nine so he had eight globe. But a ninety nine all before ninety nine eight Gold Gloves seldom seven.

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MLB -- Why Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens aren't getting into the Hall of Fame

The Dan Patrick Show

01:32 min | 1 year ago

MLB -- Why Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens aren't getting into the Hall of Fame

"They get in. But I think it's going to be tight. I also find it ironic that the new voters might decide if bonds and Clements get in. So the new voters who didn't cover bonds and Clemens could decide if bonds and Clemens get into the hall of fame, and if they get in a Rod's going to get in we can start to go down the list. I don't know if Andy Pettitte gets in Sammy Sosa gets in five years ago. I thought this would never happen with bonds Clements it felt like with the old guard. They were not going to let them in because they were the keeper of the flame there at the whole of fame the holes doors open to players who will once thought not to even have, you know, even have a chance here in bonds and Clemens they have a chance a very good chance over the next three years. I love the reaction with Mary on a Rivera Seton. If we could play that that. This is the actual phone call. And if you've ever been around Marianna Rivera that he is who he appears to be from a distance. If you're a fan, and you see him, he's as classy as any athlete I've ever been around as nice as anybody I've ever been around. And no ego. Here is the call from the hall for Marian Rivera. Hello. He's big into him. Who is this?

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"barry bonds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Wingo. With. You on ESPN radio and ESPN two as always we are presented by progressive insurance. All phone guests. Joining us on the shell Pennzoil performance line. Mike Golic, Michael junior. Trey wingo with you again, you want to get in touch with us. Get in touch with a couple of ways one eight hundred flowers dot com Twitter feed at Golic and wingo or check out our page creatively titled at goal. There you go. So we've talked a lot about the stories of the four hall of famers that got voted in yesterday. Mariano Rivera, ROY halladay. Edgar Martinez and Mike Mussina again. Congratulations to all of them. It's again, the shame ROY halladay passing away in two thousand seventeen that plane crash. Really, certainly sad sad there. But for the family, it's such a great honor for them. And then there's the story every year now in its seventh year, I should say of Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds to guys Societa with steroids and PD's at they're not getting voted into the hall of fame at this point. They have three more shots on the ballot four goes into veterans committee, which means they're never getting in. Because veterans committee is not letting them. I'm in so three more votes in where were they this year? They went up again. Roger Clemens was at fifty nine point five percent, Barry Bonds, fifty nine point one percent, basically two hundred fifty three votes. Two hundred fifty one votes. They're going to need in the area of three hundred twenty votes to get to that seventy five percent threshold. So after the guys that got in the next was Curt Schilling got basically sixty one percent of the vote, and then it was Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds at fifty nine so three more years. They were both about what fifty three and fifty five last year percentage right in that area there. So they jumped up again. But I gotta jump up. Quick math is going to tell you what another sixteen percent in three years. Are they going to do that? Because you have guys who are voting just basically saying nothing's changed for me. Not vote. No. You get a few that are increasing their balance. But will it be enough again at two fifty three and two fifty one they need another basically sixty five seventy votes to come their way over the next three years to make it in. I always said I think eventually they're going to get in. But I don't know what the turnover is going to be in the voters here over the next three years to wonder if it's gonna make enough difference for them to get in and so much of the conversation around this unanimous vote from Arianna Rivera has been the idea that public. Shame was driving force for the hall of fame voters to go. And to not be the one guy that leaves him off just for the sake of history. We've never done this before all these reasons that are bad reasons to not do anything with this hall of fame voters have a little. More on their side as far as public support from other baseball furious baseball fans who say that because of these guys tied to that cloud of doubt in the steroid era. We're going to leave them out. We feel like we're comfortably supported I just wonder we talk about aging out the voters for the hall of fame. I wonder how we the aged out that support for that line of thinking at this point. Yeah. And listen, here's the other thing. They're not getting in the way, it's going. It's just it. They should get in. I think they should get in. Because you can't write the history of baseball about the steroid era. And you don't know who was and wasn't using it that point there. There are a couple of that have been proven to be user. But there are other people that you don't know these two were not proven yet. Barry Bonds, and Roger Clemens they were not guys that miss time for this not anything like that..

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Los Angeles teachers to resume classes Wednesday after vote on contract deal

All Of It

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles teachers to resume classes Wednesday after vote on contract deal

"Of Hyundai and Kia cars and SUV's with four cylinder engines have at least double the non crash fire claim rates the institute began looking into the issue after a consumer group noticed a higher than normal number of complaints. The automakers announced last week that they will recall about one hundred sixty eight thousand vehicles to fix a fuel pipe problem that can cause engine fires recall follows previous engine failure recalls trial, Snyder NPR news, Washington, the Catholic arch. Diocese of Hartford. Connecticut has released the names of forty eight priests. It says have been credibly accused of molesting minors. Connecticut. Public radio's Jeff Cohen reports that the personnel files date back to the nineteen fifties. The archdiocese says it has settled one hundred and forty two claims from victims of sexual abuse and paid out more than fifty million dollars as a result. Most of the claims concern incidents that happened before nineteen ninety Gail Howard, a survivor of priest sexual abuse and co leader of snap. The survivors network in Connecticut had limited praised for the move. It is a positive step. But it is also too little too late. The Catholic church has not lived up to its promises to have zero tolerance policy and to be as transparent as possible Hartford joins more than thirty diocese across the country that have decided to release the names of abusers for NPR news. I'm Jeff Cohen. You're listening to NPR news. Former New York Yankees relief pitcher Mariano Rivera has been elected to the baseball hall of fame Rivera heads a class of four new players added to the hall, but he's the first ever to be elected unanimously by baseball writers details from NPR's, Tom Goldman. Joining Rivera are two starting pitchers. The late ROY holiday played for Toronto. And Philadelphia might use seen played for Baltimore in the Yankees. The fourth player elected is designated hitter. Edgar Martinez he spent his entire eighteen year career with the Seattle. Mariners Rivera with his trademark cut fastball. His calm, demeanor and smooth delivery became the best closer in history. He had more saves than anyone. And now he's the first to get into the hall with a vote from every eligible baseball writer notable among those who didn't get in. We're Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds, the two most prominent players linked to ban drugs got a few more votes than last year. But we're still well short of the seventy five percent of votes needed for election tongue. Goldman NPR news. News press secretary, Sarah Sanders, says the White House as reached out to the Kentucky high school students embroiled in an encounter with the native American activists and a black religious sect in the nation's capital last weekend. Sanders has President Trump plans to invite the students to the White House? The president tweeted earlier that the teenagers have become symbols of fake news. Meanwhile, Twitter has suspended an account that helps spread a video of the incident citing a violation of its policy against the creation of fake and misleading accounts. On Asia market. Shares are mostly lower after it down day on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials lost three hundred one points.

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49ers release Reuben Foster after 2nd domestic violence charge; Ex-Raiders Aldon Smith convicted

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:28 min | 1 year ago

49ers release Reuben Foster after 2nd domestic violence charge; Ex-Raiders Aldon Smith convicted

"In my native state of Mississippi he and Oakland civil rights attorney John Burroughs are calling for a boycott of the team. Never again, would I support the giants? I will not buy ticket. I would not encourage any of my friends about tickets Johnson's longtime attorney Joe ca- chat says the giants owner was unaware of Hyde. Smith's controversial remarks to say that Charlie Johnson in any shape form a manner has. As a racist bone in is saying my other client, Barry Bonds is a racist. It's as silly as it gets Johnson may ask for his donation back. The giants say they can't control his political activities in San Francisco. Doug, sovereign KCBS. Coming up on KCBS. I'm Holly Kwan downtown

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Baseball Hall of Fame: Mariano Rivera, Roy Halladay among the 35 players on the 2019 ballot

24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Baseball Hall of Fame: Mariano Rivera, Roy Halladay among the 35 players on the 2019 ballot

"He was twenty votes short last time on the ballot. Andy Pettitte, Todd Helton, Michael young and Miguel. Tejada also are among the newcomers on the ballot Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds are back on the ballot. Two for the seventh. Time will toilet day an effort towards governments and businesses to invest more in sanitation is being marked around the globe Monday with African countries. Among the neediest a new report by the group water. Eight says an estimated three hundred forty four million children in sub Saharan Africa lack of toilet at home leaving them vulnerable to water-borne infections, while the UN wants governments to spend more on sanitation the Geneva-based toilet board. Coalition says it's the business of the decade where private enterprise could step in when governments are unwilling or enable to the United Nations set a target in two

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"barry bonds" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"So it makes you keep it locked for that. Manny Machado is done. Right. Like the word here in. I don't think I mean, look, it seems like anyone who knows the sport is basically saying he's gone. It's either Philly or the Yankees or whatever take your liver's going back up the bring strategically the local reporting like people who are real. Oh, yeah. Into the Dow we've had a number of guys on the station. Whether it's Bill shaking on Mason Ireland. We had Horta Custodio yesterday of the time. All is stay all believe he's gone, right? And I look are you going to miss them? Broke that guy grew up in my hometown. So that root for that, dude? But even I kind of turned on him a little at the end. The not running to first base say the blowing the bubble like, yes. And people got mad at me when I tweeted about this. And I get you could be picking because his production is bigger. And that's not dodgers. Biggest problem? I get it. But you can't have your best player. Can't be the guy you're questioning about his hustle. All the time. We also to he's got to produce more the more, you're willing to not be Johnny hustle. The more. You have to make it not a problem. Right. Johnny hall, a green Preussen he did not produce enough to not be Johnny. Also. Right Barry, Bonds run out every grounder to first bay. He and Barry Bonds, Barry Bonds is a gazillion time MVP. And was the reason why the giants were good higher. It's were good. The other thing too. Like, you know, not that you're COPD. You know has had his issues with fans before and he's at his issues with the organization, and there have been people who've gotten upset that he was sort of more personality than production. But the last few years, I think week has been more mature he definitely was Hajer percent in the playoffs. Yes. But also too we has a fun personality. And a lot of his mistakes are actually the product of trying too hard. Yeah. In certain ways. Well, and he was also really young and dumb right and coming from a third world country Machado like that part. Can't just be dismissed Machado is the guy who said his own words, I'm not a hustle guy, not Johnny hustle, and he's got an unlikeable personality Machado's personality being around him just a little bit. I'm not gonna claim that I know the guy but just being a random little bit in the playoffs. Cocky, he's he's unlikable. I don't mind the cockiness. I like the players. I've always defended that key Shawn's in the TO's Randy mosses of the world. Lebron Kobe whatever. But I think that there needs to be looked like we talked about what Kershaw right and his agent some self awareness. Well, there's a cockiness with Machado. That comes also with being like a dirty player. He's stepping on a guy. The guy calls me. Like, that's not likeable. Yeah. But if is your guy you like it, I you know, what? Based off a lot of Twitter chatter, not because he's not performing. But if he was performing to that level, again, it just eight Roy's out the stakes of what you have to do it boils down to that. So Jamaal Wilkes going to stop by. We're going to give you a chance to win the Lonzo ball graph ball. And of course, the tickets for tonight's game is the Lakers take on the Mavericks and just a bit. But I mentioned Jamaal Wilkes hanging out with us at five thirty. But coming up next I want to get into a conversation. We got into earlier Andy about these young guys, and what is a legitimate expectation here at our we maybe even potentially overrating these young guys on this Laker roster. We'll get into that in just a second..

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Upcoming switch games for 2018 including Dark Souls: Remastered

Game Scoop!

03:04 min | 2 years ago

Upcoming switch games for 2018 including Dark Souls: Remastered

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Astros, Cardinals and AL discussed on CBS Sports Radio

CBS Sports Radio

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Astros, Cardinals and AL discussed on CBS Sports Radio

"It's pretty crowded near the top of the leaderboard. Heading into the final. Day the PGA. Championship Brooks kept go holding a two-shot lead at twelve under after shooting a third round sixty six Adam Scott, trails at ten under nine. Other golfers are all within four shots of the lead including. Tiger Woods Shot at sixty six, Saturday. In stands at.

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FBI seeks motive after U.S. airline worker steals plane, crashes it

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

FBI seeks motive after U.S. airline worker steals plane, crashes it

"More than twenty four hours after an airline ground workers stole a plane and crashed his motives are not known. Twenty nine year old Richard Russell took off Friday night from the, Seattle Tacoma airport and was seen performing maneuvers in the sky over the radio. Russell called himself a broken guy military jets trailed the plane before it crashed into an island correspondent Kris van cleave there's a report out air traffic controllers can be heard asking repeatedly for that, plane to identify its call sign to as they're trying to. Figure out why this plane, is just sort. Of ended up. On a runway but once, an airliner is on the runway with engines. Fired up you don't have, a whole lot of time to do something to stop it Brad Tilden as. CEO of Alaska Airlines partner of horizon air which ran the plane in terms of improvements that we might, make as a company as an as an industry to make this. Honestly to. Make this very safe industry. Even safer in. The future it's too

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Barry Bonds has No. 25 retired by San Francisco Giants in pregame ceremony

CBS Sports Radio

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Barry Bonds has No. 25 retired by San Francisco Giants in pregame ceremony

"Barry Bonds number twenty five being retired your, thoughts about bonds that ballplayer pretty special I think I, didn't grow up in the bay area but I didn't grow up with a very bonds poster and so it, was a big fan. Of his swing is one of the most beautiful swings in my opinion, the baseball's ever, had that's. Why choke. Up Is because of him, and what he. Was able to bring to the game of. Baseball bring to this city the enthusiasm trysofi Andy just, unbelievable home runs and great place so pre special player, and pretty cool that they're retiring number yeah I think about the the homers McCovey cove and, like he has, like thirty nine the. Next one has eight Yeah it's pretty remarkable what he's been able. To, do and accomplish and still to this day we'll sometimes you know Ramle pull up. His homers and just being Of what. He was doing so yeah definitely an incredible player and it's. Really cool having. Him, around and now we'll get to have his jersey number

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York Giants, Barry Bonds and AT discussed on SportsPhone 680

SportsPhone 680

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

York Giants, Barry Bonds and AT discussed on SportsPhone 680

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"barry bonds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The, public house Barry Bonds jersey retirement day Adam Copeland, Marty Lurie with you ahead of the. The big ceremony get to the ballpark early today recommending get here at three forty five, the ceremony five, o'clock today mardi it's interesting to listen, to the players talk about Barry Bonds because they they just focus really as much. As I can see, yeah, it's, interesting as you think through this thing. About Nightingale be with us from USA. Today of course. The players have played today many did not play with him right very few did but. There are some that there, is, still around and universally the ones who did not play with. Them and just to play, today they admire the, accomplishments and they they don't get It back into the, politics or anything else and it's interesting that listen. To. One, hundred ten. Said when he saw bonds so how we choked up as a hitter he. Did that, that's the way he learned. To hit so bonds you know, really? Had a tremendous, influence on this next generation of people they they go wild explaining the I the bat swing flow of the the the game that, he had what I think that, speaks to you A us guys you saw on the couch and make comments about about what it was that he may have done or been able to do without, the help of a performance enhancing drug but, when a guy. Gets out, there and he and he's facing ninety five mile an hour, fastballs and these guys see how hard it is to hate it over that twenty four foot high wall and then they're saying they pull up videos and they watch bonds do it, when the guy who. Plays the game at this level was talking about how difficult it is. To, get around. On that inside pitch and bonds. Could get, around on that teaching not, hook it, I. Mean that was one of. The most incredible. Things, I ever saw but I. Think we, took advantage of it in myself as a kid definitely did. Because we'd never seen anything else in since. That time not being able to see left handed hitters do what he. Did I still at all of the accomplishments he had as a ball player, yeah very much so Larry Krueger tweeted in. Today and I. I texted Larry this way of course tweet Twitter, is very, good today it really is I I like it for today. Number, one we have, our contest for, our September, dinner at original Joe's this, be our last dinner of. The season so that'll be coming up In September one in August is August thirtieth today's, John dougans birthday happy. Birthday Joe yeah he's up in Tahoe and we love John wish him. A, happy birthday. Today so John enjoy the day. To day, but we will. Have a, poll question, I. September and that is a. Score of the. Game, today and you can tweet. It in, baseball Marty but the other part of the question and we. Do need the tiebreaker we've had a using. The last couple of times The inning, that, the giants hit a home run today sort of in honor of Barry. Bonds so they'd better hit one yeah what inning You could say zero and you. Know you could do that, so no home runs you could do that but in the spirit, of contest we. Won't be rooting. For you if. You. Say zero homeless we know you'll get razzed if you show up at the dinner we'll find out. We'll? Ask you that's very good, yeah? Remember the raffle number that, because if somebody guesses zero and the giants don't hit a home run right and they get. The score right I want to know, it but it's a score of the. Game and. Would ending they may hit a home run today so that's that's our question at baseball Martin.

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"barry bonds" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"Cuter wants to ask you about something in the prosecutor can't get you on what the target of his investigation is will then what's the easiest way to get you it's for you know lying under oath read barry bonds or for giving a false statement to a fbi agent you know one thousand one of the united states code so any lawyer who's got both brain cells firing is going to say i don't want my client under oath and let alone if you're the president and if you believe that this is a a witch hunt why would you ever get under oath just recently the philadelphia eagles announced they would not attend the white house or maybe most of them in house they wouldn't i think they initially said we wanted to reschedule but seem very last minute and i think it was sort of received as probably something other than a reschedule i think they wanted to reschedule when the president was not town yeah so and i don't even they were gonna go down the the eagles all done a line of succession to figure out if trump is out and if pence's out who's next up is speaker of the house that gets too so message sent and then trump scrub the whole thing for the i'm guessing the four guys that wanted to go which is the long snapper the holder the kicker and the backup long snapper the uniform guy and the trainer and the trainer so then the both golden state warrior in lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers preemptively announced that whoever wins isn't going isn't going there either which is kind of interesting and certainly these are very interesting time for a living in when there's a team in embroiled in a playoff and they just carve out some time to announce that we don't know who is going to win but whoever does win shall not be going to the white.

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"barry bonds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"One thing that we saw that was right in front of us but we didn't realize it at the time is these guys were growing right before our very eyes you had guys whose bodies were changing barry bonds when from looking like a greyhound to state puff marshmallow man it looks like the michelin tire guy but he was right in front of us mcguire right in front of us you saw guys who start wearing baggy uniforms because they wanted i wanted to show you their body and then they wanted to hide their body when we realized will in a minute here you don't have that transformation with these players i'm not looking at bodies now going unless it starting in the minors but keep in mind they've been testing in the minors they have a good drug testing policy in the minors there's a big players though i mean there's no doubt there's guys that look like football players maybe not like the two thousands but there's some huge huge you know then you have to profile here but until you're busted i can't do it on the eye test but that's what happened in ninety nine but i'm not the eye test i we didn't know what we were looking at now we know what we're looking for i don't see somebody where i go unless bartolo cologne where you go guy seems a little big well we know why he's big but football feels like everybody's big everybody's jacked is it possible that been baseball they've been doing it like there was no transformation because they've been smarter about it since they were fifteen years old maybe i feel like the steroid era i maybe not even steroids but guys been lifting weights harder baseball back then like barry bonds have seventeen no seventeen year old is at skinny and more baseball guys are big big big is it consistency i i'm not sure i don't know when it starts i don't know how it's detected undetected but if you're asking me would i vote for julian edelman to go in the hall of fame.

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Eric Reid, former San Francisco 49ers safety, files collusion grievance against NFL

News, Traffic and Weather

01:58 min | 2 years ago

Eric Reid, former San Francisco 49ers safety, files collusion grievance against NFL

"Coming up on kcbs why infections from bug bites are on the rise across the country and what you can do to protect your family kcbs news time nine fifteen collectors horses joe hughes is in for steve yeah we've got forty niners news actually nfl news former forty nine or safety eric reed has filed a collusion grievance against the nfl this morning read a free agent remains unsigned and he'll use the same attorney that colin kaepernick is using in his collusion case against the league the grievance was filed under the collective bargaining agreement and will require an arbitration hearing read was the first player to kneel alongside colin kaepernick during the national anthem in protest of racial inequality and symptomatic oppression forty niners general manager john lynch joined our sister station ninety five seven the game today and spoke about eric reid's job hunt this off season we've been in touch with his agent is representatives throughout and there's so many things that go into these free agency and i think primarily air to good guy he was a good player for us a good leader for us and i just wish him well and i wish him well in his pursuits of finding a job and we'll leave it at that redesigned just one free agent visit this off season it was one of the bengals who reportedly wanted assurances that reid had no plans of protesting during the national anthem nba and beating the pelicans one twenty one to one sixteen the golden state warriors when their franchise record fourteenth straight home playoff game that's just one shy of the nba record set by the bulls of the early ninety s and the michael jordan bulls were pretty good team steph curry came off the bench last night scored twenty eight points in just over twenty seven minutes in his return giants legend barry bonds was one of the first people to congratulate him on the court after the game speaking of the giants though close out their ten game homestand this afternoon twelve forty five first pitch clayton richard and derek paulin a wednesday and the giants would earn just their second series win against the padres since the.

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"barry bonds" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"To you by straight talk wireless best phones best now works no contracts all right three days ago the major league baseball hall of fame announced their four new hall of famers another year when power they totally disregarded and forgot that the stairway era happened but congratulations chipper jones who got ninety seven point two percent of vote again we still do not have anyone who got one hundred percent of the vote flag guerrero ninetytwo percent and jim thome and trevor hoffman round out the four finalists who made in major league baseball for for for those who don't know the voting you can vote up to ten guys in you need seventy five percent of the vote to get a got edgar martinez got seventy percent he will probably be a next year fall by mike mussina roger clemens and barry bonds we will slow with barry bonds i am a huge barry bonds fan i am a giants fan i grew up in the steroid era dusty you grew up in a steroid era of syria in baseball was huge for the sport they need home runs get them back from the strike major league baseball wall stairways were banned starting in 1991 did not test for two thousand three major league baseball profited on the stirrups their era happened we had juiced hitters facing juice pitchers and we have now decided or the voters have decided that this era does not exist we're out of vote guys in the we suspect there was no testing noone tested positive bird an did do not a nut test positive water comment did not as positive there hadn't players have tested positive cologne tested positive andy pettitte de gordon got those three guys you never expect to use we don't know who using who did not use and so we're busy to sign a hall of fame process and he's voters are just aside like who using did not use and that's a flawed process to me especially when a lot of these writers benefited wrote about enjoyed cheered the steroid era it happened you can have a separate hall of the hall of fame which by the way is a museum it is not a place where perfect angels go to be immortalised as baseball players we have guys in there that nephews grease that had used drugs have using started means dam sure of you steroids there in the hall.

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"barry bonds" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Welcome once again to investors oh not that it managed to our caused but more people were led into the warm earnings being in the baseball hall of fame which brings me to something i have had an opinion on the steroid people and the hall of fame forever i of the opinions on barry bonds mark mcgwire and a couple of others that they should be let into the hole they should be in the hall of fame barry bonds before he even started doing steroids and believe me you can tell the head cut three times bigger or d at whole thing numbers i believe chipper jones just gotten practical elsa i'll look in the second but then i got to off watching three minutes of somebody that anybody here of well chris carter used to play for the minnesota vikings chipper jones bat vladimir guerrero jim thome may trevor hoffman got him i was watching the cris carter he has a show on uh fox sports in two he made me change my mind obama to get a clip of him today i'm gonna put it up and posted on the website it's amazing i have had this deeply rooted belief about being in the hall of fame i thought a few these steroid guy should be in there it took two to three minutes of this guy to change my mind a great two to three minutes of why they should not be and that he changed my my amazing a masing anyway congratulations to whoever got and that's that i just had to bring that up yep our have an opinion for twenty years and three minutes somebody says some two in boom.

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"barry bonds" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"To feel better if you're talk welcome once again to investors oh not that it matters to our cause but more people would let into the warm earnings being in the baseball hall of fame which brings me to something i have had an opinion on the sneer white people and the hall of fame forever i of the opinion on barry bonds mark mcgwire and a couple others that they should be let into the hole they should be in the hall of fame barry bonds before he even started doing steroids and believe me you can tell the cows head got three times bigger or at whole thing numbers i believe chipper jones just gotten tried nicole also uh i'll look in a second but then i got to off watch three minutes of somebody that anybody here of chris cornell used to play for the minnesota vikings chipper jones vat vladimir guerrero jim thome a trevor hoffman got him i was watching uh chris carter he has a show on uh fox sports in two minutes he made me change my mind i'm going to get.

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"barry bonds" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on WEEI

"But still that's a real thing that's it that's that's that's the thing that really happened and no matter what barry bonds was the hitting coach forty giancarlo stanton barry bonds and giancarlo stanton flew on the same plane got dressed in the same locker room and stayed at the same hotel for six months who could argue that stet was bonzes prize pupil and now stand in say he wants to hit sixty one home runs not 73 i love how people have revisionist history i love how people forget that's not what it is very fun set the record i think he did steroids i think it's tainted i look i'm not getting into a whole is barry bonds a hall of famer i understand why he hasn't been voted in yet and i get it but i think barry bonds not a cheater jeff of course he is so then why would you allow his record to stand because he did it you're rewarding was suspended he he wasn't suspended they've never proved it they took him to court you just said he admitted it eat no no immediate knowingly he our no hassle tucked steroids doesn't matter if he knowingly took him or on north we suspect they didn't have a testing program at the time they didn't have a a penalty system at the time alex rodriguez wherever phil what are we deal test he was suspended known recognizes his records who is a huge what record did he break while has yankee records that's not a real that that a record what record that he break in he was suspended barely ramirez was suspended rafael palmeiro was suspended there's a pick difference right but you never fail the test alex rodriguez so it doesn't make a difference whether or not barry bonds was suspended by major league baseball he's still cheated he still with us they're worried abuser and his record shouldn't count why would you were water cheater.

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"barry bonds" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"barry bonds" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Why don't you goal ask barry bonds and sami says why those guys put the question out there for ever heard of the culture behave seventy home runs benny in one season he's the all time all time mlb home run leader more rear and more than babe ruth are eight barry bonds his dad are a bobby months his dad was you'll put up regular numbers and dropped off when he got to a certain age very just kept getting better and we end novice it will you can't you can't ask the you'll forming wants shame on me for me twice i mean come on we saw the 70s when the nba added drug problem and people didn't ask the question and they twice tried to sweep it under the rug and as a result you know you saw led bias right before you get to the nba it became part of the culture around the game and in the nba cleaned it up and you know they're different issues now to play the league but baseball deal has guys getting testing positive for pds every year so it's still a part of the game is still a part of the game in that part of the world unfortunately and i think it's totally within bounds too we're going to have this for day when david ortiz know overtired is going to go into the hall of fame people are going to talk about it then he's never been proven on any lists and every day is sobbing so anybody who ever puts up astronomical numbers again.

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