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"ben cooper" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"So the four of us are out of there and met with Dell, talent that the day after you let me go and it was very brief. But one of the things he said to me, he said sounds like you WanNa be a head coach. So WanNa go do that. Said, you're right. I will. And identity coach since earn assistant coach or some form of video coach since two, thousand, five and. Ready and I was under contract for another year. So was getting paid regardless, I could've sat around nothing at the very least. I was going to be an assistant coach at ub see volunteer coach for spend boot Sean it. I talked about that because that's right in my backyard here where live just to you know do something and still get paid by Florida but I had a friend that worked in the French League Brennan Sanni he's a young coach and played in the Western league and he he was a head coach in France and he loved it and he told me, Hey, there's job in Chamonix. France rain the Alps you know beautiful. Beautiful. Beautiful City Beautiful Spot I. Think they had the Winter Olympics way back you know hundred years ago or something, and so would have been really cool spirits. So anyway I was all over that I thought Oh that'd be fun. So I interviewed. I thought it was going to get the job I ended up, not getting it, and then in that time, I really thought about coaching Europe I'd put a lot of thought to and I was getting really excited about it so. When I didn't get the job, I said okay that's that I'm gonNA find a way. So I made a list of all the European connections I had and was going to call an email all of them and see what jobs they knew about and I, think like the first or second guy that I had on my list that I called the Janssen who I knew from Vancouver. We we had a good relationship, and so I call them up answered on the second ring and he was dropping off his kids at school and I said, hey, Johnny jobs open in the Danish league and see yeah, I do WanNa hunting and I know the GM and he's a young ambitious guy and here's his email so emailed him and. Marty who are is our GM must've been in front of his computer 'cause he he wrote back within three minutes to my. And his answer was this is amazing. We are looking for a young ambitious, North American coach and said, well, that's me. So I was on a plane to Denmark like a week later from Miami Fort. Lauderdale. And then I was hired two weeks later. So I think it was unemployed for like twenty days or something. So. Story I'm curious about in Florida. And we all know that Paul McFarland deserves a lot of credit for this as well. But that power play was dynamic. What made that thing work and how how tightly did you work with McFarland on it? Not, that tight I mean he that was his own baby. Paul's a super hard working really intelligent details coach. I've never seen that amount of detail with a power play and in that in that situation, it worked They just had the right personnel the right. I mean so much skill with you know Yondo yet Barca's hoover go dad NAF and just so much skill and he implemented a few details to that that really helped and Yeah. He had a lot of detail to it and it and it worked in different breakouts for different. Penalty kill four checks and all kinds of stuff and and I've worked with other coaches where you know. Gullikson who coaches the orders power play. He's he you know he gives them a bit of framework, but he's like just give him a bit of framework tweak things here and there but other than that just getaway. And let him go and that work equally as well too. So I've seen it both ways where where you're incredibly detailed and fine tune everything constantly obsessive every little detail and it's successful that I've also seen the other side of it where you have so much skill you sort of give them a little bit and just get out of the way and let that Skilling and creativity take over on the. Partly penalty kills different I. Think you've got you can be way more structured but power play I think it works both ways. So in our situation in Florida, it was it was incredible. It worked really well, how much that Florida power play was and again you know Nashville did this but really didn't find much success at sort of not really done anymore. But how much of it was bombs from the point? I mean who? who was at the top doesn't really have a bomb, but he's so so creative in so smart and can get pucks through can thread the needle so it wasn't really needed and then trying to think who is he had on the flanks I think was was Hoffman on the power play Yeah Hof. Yes. Oh, that's right Hoffman and Hugo. So the threat of those two guys like to me, the power plays it at the most dangerous of the ones that have great shooters on both sides I mean. You need the bumper in the middle who can who can dish and you can tip and recover pox in same with the net front guy who can tip is willing to stand in front and recover box and make pass down low but to me the the ones that are the most difficult are the ones with the bombs from the flank, not necessarily the ones from the top. But like if you look at Tampa's you know they always had to Stamkos and could off those guys could both like just Hammer the puck from both flanks. So like how do you defend that like you know because? As a penalty kill unit sometimes if you had one guy that would shoot so hard, you would sit a guy on him. So you know like Weber you know, can you just Kinda sit a penalty killer on him but if you have two guys in the flank that can really shoot, it's almost impossible to stop. And you know what your goals then ultimately what you want to do. Well, I don't have a plan. Too. Far Down the road I'm really enjoying what I can empathize with that. I've always been like that I no idea what I'm going to be doing right in ten minutes never mind two years who knows where this covert world is GonNa take us so right now I'm super thankful that I have a job in a good league a really good country. That starting time and just a really good situation. So I'm super happy there. I really enjoy being head coach I. Tell People this all the time. When asked me that like I'd be very happy if I had a twenty, five year. Head coaching career in Europe and I just worked my way up and you know find myself working in the Swiss League in. You know having a great life. I know other Canadians that have done that Sean. Simpson coached all over guy like that. You know I'd be over the moon to be you know working with the Seattle cracking and in two years like that would be a dream come true too because I grew up in the Pacific northwest. So, back the shell or you know head coach and major junior or you know coach in the American, the I I don't know in. Twenty years I'd love to be a head coach in the NHL or sooner. But if it doesn't work out that way, I'd be just as happy being a coach in Europe to and who knows you one minute euro hot young guy and you want to championship or.
"ben cooper" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"I was so caught up in the moment to like I. Didn't really break it down either. But over the years you know as a coach, you focus so much on shooting the Puck, just getting pucks to the net puck sending on it's such a cliche you literally repeated over and over at every level of hockey doesn't matter if it's he or NHL players, you say we have to shoot the puck more shoot the puck more and I. Remember Two years ago with Florida Paul Macfarlane who's now at the leaves and Kingston he said, you know re release over location like don't worry about where we're shooting the puck. Let's Quick release and just get it on that. So I I think that's what he was focusing on. Just getting the quick release before Ryan was set or or had committed to poke jacket. You know thinking about that goal now like we got a bunch of really cool video from the Olympic broadcasting channel or whatever, and there was like one where it was like no commentator noise was just the ice level noise. They had sort of like eliminated all the other noise and you could just hear. The iggy calling the pass and that was the coolest thing that I heard was just the ice level audio and you can hear the the urgency in the voice I tell players like if you want the yell for and Communicate Loud and use urgency in your voice and you could really hear like iggy and so that's that's stood out to me. Let me have one final. I'm sorry I'm hogging this what I'm curious. No all good. All good. What's more impressive to you the pass or the shot Both. I think. You know he doesn't get that shot off without the past coming that quick I think it was a back end from the wall. Reforms, Ski I think it was had committed a pile of the wall and sort of left said long those bit of a combination of the two but just the two of them working together and communicating and the release, and the AD is magical moment. That whole experience I would just want to be around it to soak it up never mind just winning although that's the most important thing. But just to see all those guys in that room, there's a lot of really talented people in there and all sorts of different jobs a lot of Alpha males they're all sorts of different works of life and just what were your key takeaways? What are the things you remember the most when you think about that two, thousand, ten team just how much poised there wasn't how how relaxed and calm they were like. I, remember and I actually have I had a little flip video camera and I filmed a lot of stuff in the room and note there were no other cameras in the room during the Olympics. The whole time there was no nothing. So I think I might be the only person that has any video of that room you know game speeches and during and after and stuff. So I've got I watch it every now and then and and there's I've got a shot of one of the speeches I think it's the pre-game gold medal speech and To look at Scott Niedermayer sitting in a stall. He's just completely relax uses like he's Kinda. Slumped in a stall he's just sitting there. He just like you know ready to go for a walk at the beach or something he was just so relaxed and not seemingly feeling the pressure and the whole room was Kinda like that. You just you know they all want something at some point. I think one of the motivational videos that we did for the you know the beginning of the Olympics was babs as I, a video of everybody winning something i WanNa shot of them whether it was junior or NC double A. or World Championships or World Juniors every player I want to show them. Raising the a trophy, or getting a gold medal or something and I think the only one we couldn't find a video of winning I. Think was Duncan Keith. But he had one I, think Western, Hockey League Championship with Colona Klom. But everybody else we had video of them winning something. So there was so much experience winning and they were just so relaxed and calm even between the third period and overtime. You know there was no panic wasn't very talkative. It was kind of loose like Joe Thornton was this like the most calming relaxing presence. There it was amazing. Now, I have to ask you like when this video was done at everybody look at Duncan Keith and say what exactly if you accomplished in your life? Now, I don't remember any talk about that. But you know he won the Stanley Cup later that year. So he had a hell of a year those Blackhawk I sure did. So maybe he was motivated by being left out, he wouldn't come. On the consummate to you is that good. To, follow ups come to mind out of that Ben Number One. Will you ever show that? Niedermayer's speech publicly and number two did Chris pronger ever telling you take that cameron, shove it up your nose. No, I should correct something. It wasn't a neater margin have speech. It was babs his speech referring to Niemeyer just sitting there just being very relaxed the look on his face but. Still I loved people would love to see that I bet oh yeah. I keep it on not joking I keep it on a flash drive in a safety deposit box with my two rinks. At a Royal Bank safety deposit box. So I talked about some friends that you should do a documentary something and I thought about it in the ten year anniversary I think I'm GonNa wait to the twenty year anniversary and I I have shown it to some friends I remember like a year after that the subsequent year winning the Olympics I showed it to a bunch of friends and we this is gonNA sound silly but actually pet. Jurors living with at the time is now an agent with a new we watched it before we went to the bar and we'd get fired up to go to the park because it was such a great a fun speech that just got US excited in a great mood. So it's pretty cool to watch. It's awesome. I can remember being in Calgary that summer for team Canada orientation camp and being outside the team Canada dressing room. And Mike Babcock is being scrummed and for many people including myself. It was the first time and this might be the first time there was used publicly. I don't know the term two, hundred foot game came out of coach mouth and bad guy remember who was talking about. But he referenced Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah he plays two hundred foot game and everybody in the media. What all wow. New Buzz term and then they just got like. That? No Gut plucked like a fiddle by everybody you put you on her for game two, hundred, two, hundred, it be all anyone could say about you know two way players, he plays a two hundred foot game. But what are the takeaways for you from working back and curious about your relationship with other coaches as well but with Mike Babcock, what were your takeaways working that closely with them? We'll Babson I sort of worked together a lot leading up to that camp, putting together the tech package like the book that had our systems and and so we would be on the phone a lot and I would be building it in powerpoint and and you know we had rink diagrams and. Arrows and words, and the thing that struck me the most was like the simplicity and the words, the language that he used, and he he would invent words or terms but you you knew it. They meant he was really really good at that and so over the years. He's probably the best coach that I worked with in terms of like a simple easy to understand language and I use some of the terms and. Words that I learned from him still to this day and He's he's an extremely extremely detailed coach. So I remember you know putting together that book and you know he would nitpick on the font size and the color of an Arrow here and there like it was just every little detail was scrutinized. Yeah. I found it very educational to work with him. During that time to to learn about how he spoke with players. The other thing that struck me is is the obsession that he had, and this is an important point for young coaches all coaches but the obsession he had with the amount of time that you had the players attention in meetings, team meetings, video meetings he was like obsessed with no more than seven minutes. And I. Think it's over the years. I've heard that it's gone down. It's like five and a half minutes or something now whereas like you cannot have a meeting literally longer than that time. That's all the focus.
"ben cooper" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Welcome Senator Special Edition of Thirty one thought the podcast Geoff. Miracle. Longside Elliott Friedman and this was a really special interview and I'm glad we had a chance to talk to Ben Cooper before he got on a plane and made his way to Denmark to coach hockey. Again, Ben is a former video coach with hockey Canada video coach with the Florida Panthers and video coach firmly the Vancouver canucks as well. He's now a head coach in Denmark and he's a really interesting guy. We always talk about you know young up and comers and we Had Riley Armstrong on a while ago, and we talked about him last week and his work with Sean Day in the Maine Mariners of the H Allen Ben. Cooper Elliott is another one of those people you're probably going to hear more from sooner than later and a real, not just an upper incomer but like either go-getter passionate all in hockey guy a really good storyteller to you'll hear from this interview he sort of been around a lot of big situations and it's allowed him to accumulate knowledge and experience in high pressure situations and I think that really helps you. I I got to know Ben couple years ago. The coaches site has an annual conference in in July and a couple of years ago it was in Toronto. It's It's called the team snap coaches conference and I went and I did one of the events for it and I went and sat and listened to it and it was really good like there were a lot of really good guests and presenters and remark Crawford's daughter Katie went out and she. She's she was twenty five or twenty six at the time she talked about her studies which were reaching millennials and all of the coaches no matter what they speaking to came up after just to ask more questions but the presentations were were really good and then last year they had Peter Deboer and Mike Kelly who was assistant coach in Vegas Prior Gerard Gallant getting fired Mike was there with them and they watched and talked about the game seven comeback for San Jose. And Craig Constants of the athletic did the interviews and it was riveting and they what they do is they put all these things online and there's a membership for it and it's it's the coaches. Site is the website and they're going to do something in September this year because obviously you can't do anything in July on two separate weekends, but if you're a member. You're allowed to go on site and look at any of the archive videos and I've done that from time to time I remember those one game we were doing with Carolina and they'd a good penalty kill and they'd Steve Smith breakdown of Carolina penalty kill on there now used it during a show. So that's how I got to know. Ben. But his storytelling is excellent. So enjoy it Hope you do as much as we enjoyed talking to Ben and we wish him the best coaching herning Blue Fox. In Denmark, here's Ben Cooper on thirty one thoughts the podcast. Elliot. Molesters here this interview with Ben Cooper. He will be on a plane on his way to Denmark where he's taking over the coaching responsibilities for the herning Blue Fox, he's a former video coach, the Vancouver canucks former assistant coach for the Florida Panthers hockey Canada video coach as well. Ben joins us now and Ben for people listening to US right now. You're probably on a plane as this is entering their ears. What does the last twenty four hours of your life been like? not too hectic. Actually have had a lot of time off over the summer two extra months in fact so I've had a lot of time to prepare and basically just seeing a lot of family and friends and saying goodbye and tiring my dog out. So she's a nice and relaxed for the nine hour flight. That's awesome. All right. So the dog's going with you. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. She goes we're kind of dog she's a golden doodle That's awesome. Yeah. Now, do you buy the dog a seat or does she go in a Kennel I? Wish she could find X. men she's a I. Don't think you can fly with him in the seat for intercontinental flights social be in the cargo hold in a crate. Okay, see. Elliott. Elliott doesn't understand this because Elliott flies first class. So Elliott people like me stay in the back with the golden doodle while Europe up stretching your legs in the front. Actually I got news for you the Golden Doodle should be up front with me and you should still be on the back. So ben there's there's a lot of places we want to go with you I but you know I think that when you you do this, you go with the lead and he gives the biggest story early my favorite. Introducing. You to a lot of our listeners and my favorite story vote you is team Canada video coach two, thousand, ten Vancouver and what happened in the celebration after Sidney crosby scored the Golden Goal Right. So we obviously all celebrated and we went out on the ice all the players out there the staff Ron. There were kind of on the bench and that we jumped out to take the photo the. Team celebration photo on the ice that is now an iconic team photo and so after that photo was taken with sort of I'm walking back to the bench Sydney approaches me and skates up next to me that Heya. Coup can you We get back into the room? Can you show me that the goal again like I I don't remember what happened in a while and I'm like what? And he's like, yeah, I locked out I. I, have no idea how how I score is if it was rebound or what if a shot at or what happened he literally had no idea. The moment was just so great and overwhelming that he just blocked out. I find it really on brand that the first thing that crosby. WanNa do is video work his goal right after that thing goes in your. Like honestly that varies Sidney crosby star while everybody's you know out there on the ice when we think of the the women with Champagne and the beer and the cigars on the ice and everything was having a great time and crosby wants to do video he's very, very crosby story. Is it not Ben? Yeah I. Mean He's He's just a a student of the game always and just obsessed with getting better. So I mean, he didn't really WANNA study at to say for a long period of time. He just more wanted to see you know quickly how how he score because he was curious I. Guess 'cause he just had no idea. But yeah, he sure enough we got into the room and quickly showed it to him and he was like Cool, how would you break that down? Is a video coach because there the way that I looked at that goal is and I don't know this is must be just be instinct on crosby's on Crosby's part. The minute that it seems as if Ryan Miller commits to the poke check like his hand is going up the shaft of his stick. So he's committed to snap. Oh, the voodoo stick. That's when crosby fires it in. An even know if you asked crosby. If that was he was thinking and that's what he did but it just seems like like that's how you would break down the play as an amateur video cheer Ben Geoff Merrick and that's how I would have read that. How would you read that? Yeah, I mean, I, didn't..
"ben cooper" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Code Ben Cooper in Columbus Ohio on the bench perishable for Cooper I've been I had a question concerning identity politics I spoke to a lot of people on the right and they claim you know that they are staunchly opposed to identity politics as a whole and I've always wondered how does nationalism which a lot of people in the right like aspire to not qualify as a form of identity politics so I think that your nationalism just the idea my country right or wrong is a form of identity politics in a fairly dangerous one so I've always just English nationalism from patriotism if you're a patriot and you love America because of all of the things that are great about America at its founding principles its culture its unique diversity right like all the various things that America make America fantastic America's a creedal country and that's pretty spectacular as far as being proud of our country just because it is where you came from again there is a natural tribal drive to be proud of the country you came from or the home place that you're from and that's not necessarily bad in and of itself is bad when it's combined with obviously you are that that place doing something bad and then the I don't know there's anything bad about being proud of your hometown but if your hometown decides it is going to do something terrible you're still proud of it and obviously you've done something wrong it is it can certainly be a form of identity politics again it's Y. I've been very as a little cold on the notion of pure nationalism without any sort of principle attached to it which is why I've always favored patriotism over nationalism Cooper's big it's a big broad debate inside the conservative movement actually Roger that appear to have been thank you I appreciate it thanks so much goodbye thanks for listening Matt in Seymour Conn you're on the bench for the format Hey man thanks for taking my call big fan I just was curious and not taking away from anything that's going on with all the coronavirus stuff right now in the past few months we saw Chuck Schumer threatened Supreme Court justice and Adam Schiff is blatantly lied to the American people and to Congress are we still going to hold these people accountable and if so what would be the direct route for our political system to take action against these people for these horrible things that they did I mean theoretically you could try to pass the centre bell in the house but yes it was hanging over that you could theoretically try center bill in the Senate I honestly did it because the news cycle is so short right now and because we are now experiencing the single largest story in the history of of the media I mean this really is what we are experiencing right now dwarfs Hey it really does work everything the World War two in living memory at B. because of that I think that Chuck Schumer's foibles are going to be cast and actor but those will come up again in campaign ads come twenty twenty that is absolutely guarantee just like Nancy Pelosi's machinations in order to achieve windmills and funding for the Kennedy center in the middle of the pandemic all that's going to be extreme add fodder as well it should be alright we'll take.
"ben cooper" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Stamp in nineteen ninety four. Born in county cork Ireland in eighteen forty five now is only a teenager when she her sister Francis. Widowed mother, we've Ireland seal the Boston in eighteen sixty when the civil war erupts a shortage of young men allows Nellie find work Isabel up in hotel, not many Billups. Look like Nelly a beautiful and finally featured young woman with waist length brunette hair. Flawless fear, skin and sparkling expressive eyes. Here's gene Baker off your the Cashman biography tough angel the tale of a real life adventures of the old west there's a legend that says that Nellie met general Ulysses grant and had a conversation with him that Andrew DeAnne ham suggesting that she go to the west because she would fit better there with the end of the civil war. The Cashman decide it's California for them. Them. They arrive in San Francisco after sailing on steamships and crossing through the jungles and mountains a panel on boroughs Francis. Or fanny she's called Mary's Irishman. Tom Cunningham and starts a family now is often for mining strikes in Arizona, Nevada, Idaho. And each you mining camp, she's a boarding house in a restaurant builds an indoor profitable enterprise, then sells out in moves on any minor down on his luck each for free at Nellis, and knowing is always ready to grub stake. Prospector? She also has a talent for the healing arts, and nurses, many and injured or your minor back to health. Here's a story near the old west Marshall Trimble, otherwise known as the will Rogers of Arizona. Nearly took great pride in the fact that she never turned away hungry miner who had no money to pay for his meal or board. And when there was a need to raise money, whether it's for churches and schools or hospitals or a family of a minor killed in a mining accident. Nearly Woodhead downtown for the saloons brothels with their hat turned upside down, and she always left with a hat full of money. The source of those donations never bothered her. She said one time whether the money comes from an upstanding citizen, or a member of an outlaw faction makes no difference to me, and the money doesn't know the difference. Either. In eighteen seventy four and Nellie joins a party of two hundred and the Fateh miners and for the cast your mountains in northern British Columbia near the border of the Yukon the region is practically unknown and all but inaccessible but the minors including Nellie, the only female reach their destination and straight gold on the upper reaches of the sticky river and long its major tributary creek. It's only fall winter comes to the Casio's the miners are caught unprepared for the heavy snowfalls against severe cold as their supplies dwindle. Dozens begin falling ill with scurvy. Glove. Nellie is not among them. She left earlier for a vacation in Victoria. I'm Ben Cooper island. When word reaches, Victoria, the miners are trapped by snow with ISIS, suffering terribly. Knowing purchases two thousand pounds of supplies,.
"ben cooper" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"I just wanted to say that Sheila whenever co-hosts was supposed to be here tonight. Sheila we help you feel better. Tonight. She'll feel better and you want to do the shout only have one show. Sharon has some shoutouts. Dash okay, I wanna shout. What way out there way out there and yonder land? Right. It's his birthday coming this week. If you're gonna call it hope his name is gave we call gay. Ben Cooper, Washington's birthday happy birthday. That's right. Happy birthday gay. We celebrate all night. We listening call anytime you want four zero seven eight nine four six thousand eighty it's gauge work. Do you have any shots? Sharon, just shout out to all of our clients that we have out there in Arkansas. They're all returning. So hey, everybody, I'll be back tomorrow to haunt you. Sharon, g Sarah's WSB. I just thought us up in we. We got a link Michael g g. We're just a bunch of oggi's. The three are the original gangsters blindness. Wait a minute. Hey, I just wanted to remind everybody that January is national braille literacy awareness month in honor of Louis braille who originally developed. The braille code nearly wow two hundred years ago. Braille was started January fourth eighteen o nine and developed the code of race starts to make texts readable for individuals like himself who are blind tonight. When we talk about different subjects Sharon's be talking about single moms. Single parents how about single dads single payer single payer. Yeah. Parents that are blind. We're just single parents. Well, no blind. Swimming pool. Why swimming man, okay? And I'm going to be talking about besides that. I'm going to be talking about your independence independence. That's an important thing. I liked we independent. I try to do everything myself. I happen to me last night that my wife for three years or better. Would let me try something in the house when let me even attempt to try something. And I feel bad because every night I used to wake her up because the dogs had to go out to make. We have this alarm system on and has to be shut off. Nice to have to wake her up to shut it off. And she used to always tell me don't touch it. You'll break it. Or don't touch it. You don't know what you're doing? Chris. Teach me how to do it. You know, what that me touch of things around the house because anything that you touch when they tell you that that me don't touch it. Because you a break it, right? When you hit those words right there. Let me you can't touch anything because every time you touch something always break. Right. So are they have nothing to do with your blindness? Michael's just because you're. You just you just tough. Yes. So anyway, Chris pick right up on that one happened to me all the time to shut off the alarm system. So a couple of days. I ask you to show me. It's just a panel. So she's look I'm not gonna put any pimples on it. Now for those folks that don't want him talking about. A lot of things in my microwave. I had these little. That'll put on the numbers calls me with numbers the push so five one two three or two just pushed I could feel the pimple. It's it's a little dot. Above the number. It's a bump above. So, but you won't put it on the computer. She won't put these bumps on the computer. Okay. So I answered to show me how companies go she showed me. And that was it. So last night. I know she didn't feel so good last night. So I didn't want to wake her up. So I went ahead to the computer vox. And I went over there. Mike and one minute to break. And I tried to do it. And she didn't tell me above the below the seven eight nine was another row because I'm only used to the top one two three in the bottom row being seven eight nine. I didn't know there was another row anyway found out, and I did it and sure enough. I didn't I I heard the alarm say Larne is off. And of course, I would. Yes. Yes. I did it and it was like a ten year old kid here. I am seventy six. Oh. Anyway, did it myself. Hey about on the other looking for the dog away a lot more. Lighthouse central Florida. That's the place to go. Remember that name lighthouse of central Florida if you are visually impaired, you're blind. You're sitting there saying why me what can I do?.
"ben cooper" Discussed on KOMO
"A northwest lifestyle weekend on KOMO news. Now, actually adventures await. Here's your host Seth Wayne. All right. So sticking with Deportivo Vancouver. Real quick before we come back to your options here in Seattle. So we mentioned that Cunard is going to be sailing out for the first time ever as Amara cruises. That's also one that's going to be sailing for the first time ever out of Vancouver. And also some other ones I had the opportunity to go on Windstar this year, the star legend and Windstar cruises based out of Seattle. I was pleasantly surprised but do keep in mind. That's one of the smaller ships. I have ever been on. It's only carries two hundred twelve people. It really was a phenomenal time. The customer service is amazing. But when we were talking about the elegance of Cunard is not what you're gonna find not so much elegant wise, but you're not gonna find the formal setting. I mean, you're talking about khakis and a button-down shirt for dinner every night. But also what really struck me about Windstar start. I got to cover this first Seattle, refine, which is our sister brand over on KOMO. Four is that their expeditions program is unbelievable. It truly is you go into these nook and cranny places misty fjords. You go into these places that you don't find on big big cruise ships, and you get to go and see it with Alaskans. And you go on these little tiny zodiacs from the ship, and you go, and you have seals that pop up next to you. You are have bald eagles that land on your zodiac. I mean, it is incredible. I can't say enough good things about them. Again. That's Windstar cruises dot com. Yup. I would agree there. It's when you go on on up to the smaller ships that are going out of either here or van well pretty much out. Ben Cooper, the big thing is they're either going to be luxury or they're going to be destination. That Windstar to me is nice combo agree. I agree. I mean, they they have a great product. But again, don't expect a lot to do on board. It's a two hundred twelve passenger ship. It's a very small shirt. That's not even ten thousand tonnes calm. So when you look at a cruise ship like the bliss, that's one hundred and fifty thousand tonnes think fifteen times smaller, and there's not a lot to do on board their social thing all rooms are suites. It really is an awesome product again that is Windstar there's American cruise lines, which is which is not even they're not even as big as Windstar we've got to go on and have dinner on one of those this summer last summer they were docked here. They actually sail out of Seattle, but they sell out of Seattle. Not at one of the big peers. They just go from where the clipper goes down near the near fifty six pure sixty eight or nine and it was so, homey. It was like the cabins look like, my my my parents bedroom. I guess I don't know. I mean, it had like frilly little Chinse land. But it was cool. Right. And and everybody was so friendly, and then when they go on a big ship, and you wanna take a tour of the bridge you have to apply, and then they have to get you there and the whole bit. This was like, oh, come on in the passenger literally knocked on the door of the bridge. And the captain's oh come on. Let me show you this. And I'm like, wow on Winston even open bridge policy. There you go. So the doors open gonna with the captain, and you have coffee, and it's really cool other ones that are out there, silver, see, which is extremely upscale. I mean, you talk about tuxedos at dinner's almost every night seaborn, also very luxurious. Which is a parent company to Helen America. That is their most elite brand. Yes, Seabourn cruise is is one that you is country club lifestyle. I mean, it is five star beyond great way to describe it. And they're part of the big carnival corporation, but they are two hundred to two hundred people on on the cruise, and they will do the same kind of thing as when where that will stop and a lot of smaller ports like Rupert ran away kind of thing and region cruise line, which is owned by Norwegian cruise line and ocean cruise line, which is owned by Norwegian cruise line, which also sales out of does. Right. Exactly. Yeah. So if you're looking for a smaller ship, the oceanic gotta carries about seven hundred and fifty people and that is an option for you. They alternate days, and they kind of have a dif-. Kind of season and they also sale because they're under the Norwegian umbrella from here. Sixty six which is which is huge. But again, bringing it back to the porta siato where we are. There are other ships that I want you to know about and Jimmy are going to talk about that coming up after the break here celebrity cruises has been dominant in the market for quite some time Carnival Cruise line is also bringing over a different product Princess cruise line. And of course, Seattle's hometown cruise line, which is Holland America line. They're also going to be offering different cruises out of Seattle. And they have a really really neat itinerary. Helen, America line. They have a fourteen night itinerary, which is one of the longest ones that you can sail round trip out of Seattle. And I'll talk more about that coming up along with Jim coming up after this short break on KOMO NewsRadio. Thousands of introducing.
"ben cooper" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"A win away their second. So I mean to think that maybe they weren't going to be a part of the postseason. Discussion. I think that was more. So just a hope or to wish on the part of many, maybe Pittsburgh would be a factor, but what we mentioned Columbus. Elliot's Pederson was a big reason why Vancouver was able to score that comeback tonight. Last year was brought Besser sort of taking the Western Conference by storm with Ben Cooper. And this year Pederson has just been fun to watch that Vancouver team might not get a lot of points. But they got some they got some guys that can can move the puck around in the watch Detroit. Sabres we'll play Vancouver until January when they do the western candidate trip at a very tough trip. At least with the way things look right now with Edmonton five one they've been playing better Calgary's. And I yeah. They look like a complete team finally. And I was playing better Vegas is playing better that division is improving. It was off to the the the worst start of the four of this four divisions. Give the sabers some credit to that. They took advantage of the division at the beginning of the year when it was a little bit now. That's right. So Arizona is next and the kings Buffalo's opponent tonight have twenty four points. Arizona has twenty eight that's the second last place team in the Pacific Division are the coyotes losing tonight in Boston. They've lost three in a row twelve points less than what buffalo has right now. They have a thirteen fourteen and two record. They've been very streaky. They've lost three in a row before that they had won four in a row before that they had lost four in a row. So I guess what? If we keep it four losses four wins. And now three loss to keep the symmetry of it. Four losses in buffalo on Thursday sabre are open for that prohibited off. That's right. So we'll have that game for of course for you with. The pre-game starting at six face off just after seven we'll have it right here on the Buffalo Sabres radio network. Pat. Thank you for your work tonight with X want to thank all of you for joining us here is we put a wrap on the Paul William belts post game from seven hundred six want to thank our crew back in Amherst.
"ben cooper" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Trick in the game. He's shot from the point hit a little bit of traffic. But I believe it went off of Saint Louis blues defenseman could've been Colton break or Joel both battling and see a couple of hats on the ice linesmen or go pick them up. This might be a close one. Six to one Vancouver eleven fifteen to go. Let's say you went up. Joe Evanston, either kneepads escape, and it's going to be Besser who who's a forward, but finds himself on the point and the entertainer changed with the defense when he's at the point. And he shoots it down. And the traffic looks like a hit Edmonton's Deepak hatrick hit John's probably makes that same eleven minutes to go in the third period. Six to one Vancouver puck dumped in front of the net comes down into the corner. Ericsson is there he'll rim it over to the far side at the point L, then shot around the boards. Now by Troy Stecher goes into the far corner back the Stecher at the blue line moves it left side, the Pouliot Pouliot shoots it towards the goal. That knocked down in front picked away by. Chris Butler is gonna be a tough game from plus minus standpoint geyser join there really is it really is no doubt about it. We have not seen a lot of special teams here tonight. Sincerest minuses in the charts here in Saint Louis blues. We're trying to figure out how to get back in the plus column and Jordan Nolan right there. Just bake it in front of Ben Cooper Banja door comes flying open. Dole by Barbara shed, ten thirteen to go in the third puck moved ahead. Here's Barbara share up. The middle finds Nolan entering the zone. Known avoids a check from grants Branson, the close in behind the net. East two teams are going to play that final week of play before the Christmas break Vince done with a shot. He shoots it wide of the goal coming to the corner. Sundquist disaster it done hold the line over to Nolan out high risk shot off good Branson that one goes wide of the net. Puck cleared out nine forty four to go. Well, that's the way the puck is gonna bounce. Sometimes you're deflecting shots off their deed is going into the corner. They're deflecting your dean, it's top shelf. Sometimes not your night. Nine and a half to go in the third behind the net of the Vancouver Canucks blues trailing by a score of six to one up to the blue line. Here's Ryan Riley makes the play that Joel Edmonson behind the net. Ben fire to the goal by shin loose and March is going to cover it up nine sixteen remaining, but bringing it back in a moment. Six one the score this Saint Louis, blues hockey. When cholera struck St Louis the sisters of mercy were there when polio threatened children the Franciscan sisters were there. True, two centuries. We've cared for generations of Saint Louis now. Saint Anthony's is mercy hospital south continuing a shared legacy of care. Learn more about mercy hospital south at mercy dot net slash growth. Visit MARCY dot net slash ground. Mercy caring for Saint Louis is.
"ben cooper" Discussed on Doughboys
"Welcome to Doboy the podcast about chain restaurants. I'm Nick wider alongside my co host chew in McGregor the spoon, man, Mike Mitchell. Again, I'd never have one. It's like a handsome guy then say that is e eats more. I love you. Can't complain about that. That was Ben Jones at Ben Cooper with a trailing. Underscore. Thanks for sending. And if you have an insult, you like news image of the show row, spoon, gmail.com. Good man, I liked it. You're like, that's like that's the. That's like the trifecta of the the, the spoon man roast of you. They can get like you on their side then that's like the that's like a slam dunk. Yeah, and I still don't like you anymore. I'm not trying to endear myself. Do you. Are you always want to like you more? I think I think that's projection. You want me to like you. That's bullshit. That's nuts. Totally on me. I like you. I'm the spoon man. Nick, I've got exciting news. I've you told me that you had excite. You told me in our guests that you had exciting news and we were entity this. So, yeah, I got a new kitty litter box. So not worth it. To pay off. Look. Of someone on one of our listeners. You know, for the most part, they they don't say helpful things to us ever. They're mean they be little there fools. It depends. All of our listeners are fool painting with a broad brush move. Our listeners are very nice. They're a lot of them are very nice. I'm kidding, Nick. It's a, it's a show that we joke. I know some are true fools. They are. One of these guys, he said, check out this kitty litter box will change your life, change my life, and I give him credit if you're listening. I got this thing. It's called a rock. This sounds again, this brand content. We're, we're such losers that we do brain a condom when we haven't no one's money or told us to do, it can't be, but it's it's like this Rockin roller thing where you got the kitty litter in there. You turn it to the side all the clumped up. Cat PM Pooh falls into a little tray. That's convenient. You pull the trae oh, you put it, you throw it away. It's it's amazing. So that's what that new thing is in your in your office. Yeah, because I noticed you were using it early. Got dammit. Fucking snipe my own joke setting up. A human. I noticed there was a human toilet seat mounted on top never mind. You think that's more convenient for me than using the toilet has what I was implying that you shouldn't a box like cat, they got things right. Let me tell you anyway. It's been great. That's. They got things right referencing them, defecating into sand, get a lot of things. Right. The amount of hours they sleep in a day. That's pretty good. That's enviable. Look, it's it's really, it's changed my life. They're, they're, they're, they're litterbox cleaner rate..
"ben cooper" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"I'm laminant nine zero one three thousand Tom that's our number on money Monday until we run out of calls. And when you run out of calls, we've run out of the studio. That's it. We're done done for the day, Don for the show. So if you are planning on calling in call as early as possible, Mark and lake forest park. Washington a year on the Tom leykis show. Hello, mark. Hey, Donna, talk some pot stocks. All right. All right. Why on a couple of my own T L R Y till Ray? And I also own crown C R O N. And the krone isn't doing very well. But the the T O R Y is going awesome. I it was by by seventy two. And I think the day it's up like one forty or something. So it's doing pretty good. My question is I was watching the CNBC today. Some guy was on there. Talking about the Canadian a Canadian stock that was were gonna extracting oils and whatnot out of that cannabis and Coca Cola might be interested in having them. Use their extracts. And it's number is AC BFF. And I'm wondering if that's the one that Coca Cola talking to, you know. I don't know the answer to that. When I will tell you my attitude as an investment by the way called Aurora cannabis. Right. The one you're talking about Ben Cooper. But I rather invest incorporations that are investing in pot. Rather than these individual companies themselves because number one, you never know when Jeff Sessions or somebody is going to start clamping down on these investments are clamping down on these companies or clamping down on these companies ability to do business with Americans. I do know that constellation brands, which is a wine and beer distributor, primarily they are investing in in cannabis and what a deal with that stock ticker. I do not okay, it's called constellation brands, very famous company and they distribute many of the most well known wine brands. They are investing in pot stocks. Now, this is very good company as it is do they make the best wines in the world. I'd always. But. On a lot of money, I wouldn't recommend some of their wines. But while while while they sell it. Blige volumes of of why? Hell no, you can only drink like us wine. Right. Exactly. Right. Exactly. Right. So that one was constellation beverage constellation brands brand. Okay. Okay. I'll do some more research and stuff and check it out and let you know about it. All right, by the way, the the ticker on constellation brands for reasons, I don't understand ticker is S T Z Z. Okay. That's long ways from their name. All right. I will look into that. Good lot. I appreciate it. Good luck to you. Thank you. Same to you Bye-bye..
"ben cooper" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"I'm laminant nine zero one three thousand Tom that's our number on money Monday until we run out of calls. And when you run out of calls, we've run out of the studio. That's it. We're done. Done for the day, Don for the show. So if you are planning on calling in call as early as possible, Mark and lake forest park. Washington a year on the Tom leykis show. Hello, mark. Hey, Donna, talk some pot stocks. All right. All right. Why on a couple of my own T L R Y till Ray? And I also own crown C R O N. In the krone isn't doing very well. But the the teal are why is going awesome. I it was by by seventy two and I think the day up like one forty or something. So it's doing pretty good. My question is I was watching the CNBC today. Some guy was on there talking about the Canadian a Canadian stock that was they were gonna extracting oils and whatnot out of cannabis and Coca Cola might be interested in having them. Use their extracts. And it's number is AC BFF. And I'm wondering if that's the one that Coca Cola talking to you know, what I don't know the answer to that. When I will tell you my attitude as an investment by the way, called Aurora cannabis right to one you're talking about Ben Cooper. But I rather invest in corporations that are investing in pot. Rather than these individual companies themselves because number one, you never know when Jeff Sessions or somebody is going to start clamping down on these investments are clamping down on these companies or clamping down on these companies ability to do business with Americans that. I do know that constellation brands, which is a wine and beer distributor, primarily they are investing in in cannabis and what a deal with that stock decorous. I do not okay, it's called constellation brands, very famous company and they distribute many of the most well known wine brands. They are investing in pot stocks. Now, this is very good company as it is do they make the best wines in the world. I'd always. But a lot. A lot of money I wouldn't recommend some of their wines. But while while while they sell it and they sell Blige volumes of of wine. No, you can only drink like us wine. Right. Exactly. Right. Exactly. Right. So that one was constellation beverage. No constellation brands O'Brien. Okay. Okay. I'll do some more research and stuff and check it out and let you know about it. By the way, the the ticker on constellation brands for reasons, I don't understand ticker is S T Z Z. Okay. That long ways from their name. All right. I will look into that. Good lot. I appreciate it. Good luck to you. Thank you. Same to you. Bye. Bye..
"ben cooper" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"Okay. What's that? Luggage Rogie, Sean was playing back then I think Rogie might have been gone by that time, I can tell you that. You know, you had all of the usual suspects the goon squads from both teams beating the shit out of each other. And it was so glorious. It reminded me of what I loved also I've gone back to the sixties on YouTube, and I have found by childhood hockey idle. Rich Fleming fighting his arch nemesis. Ted green these two used to drop the gloves. Two seconds into the games are beating out of each other. And it was spectacular. When you went to the game. You knew it was coming. You knew you were waiting for. It was great. By point being is that what has totally transformed the experience of going of watching hockey is high def and super slow MO because you can see things that you could never see even with your naked eye back in the day even being on the ice sticks bending during shots and and the puck wobbling through the air, which as a goaltender ice to see that all the time. But you could never really see it from the stands or at a at a at a televised game. But with HD, you can see all that incredible detail, and I still go to games I go to at least one game a year. I'm a Big Ben Cooper expanded. I'll buy ticket and fly up there and go to a game just for the experience of being in the stands at a hockey game, which is probably the best spectator experience. In team sports has had to me is is is a hockey game live. I mean, as you know, it's so. Much better in person. But it's almost. The experience is is different. But fantastic. With high definition television. So you don't really need to go any more, and you can see things that you could never see even with your eye on HDTV. So I you know, I buy a subscription and I get every game for the season. I just watched over my Roku. And that to me is is my kind of. That's my sports. I don't you know, I don't give a fuck about football. Never really have. I even less. So about basketball I used to be a huge baseball fan as a kid. I tell you what all labor disputes, and especially ninety five just soured me on the whole thing. And then going back to what you're talking about earlier, you know, being in Seattle and have the Mariners shove that stadium down after we voted against it twice. Just soured me on baseball. I haven't paid money to go to a baseball game since I'll go to a minor league game and watch it. But you know for me. HD is really transformed watching hockey. And and so I still do that. But all the rest could care less. I understand Chuck great points. Thank you for that. I got one more call here for this hour before we go to unscreened calls here on the Tom leykis show. Michael in Riverdale, Georgia. You're on the Tom leykis show. Hello. Hey, Tom how you doing? It's been a long time doing great. How about you? I call it in South Carolina made a couple of points that was sort of like the inaccurate. Saying earlier about empty seats in stadiums. Yeah. And you'd see basically behind home plate. Yes. Yeah. Well corporate corporate bought season tickets, right? And what they do is they they try to give them away to some of their employees. But the employs don't come because the parking and everything around going to a baseball game is still too expensive for them to come those. So those seats remained empty, but they're sold and they're part of the attendance. When attendance is taken for like the game. So if the Braves have a big series on a weekend, and they have it they draw and forty two thousand you'll see behind hope home plate that it's half empty, by the way every game I've ever seen in that new stadium. I have never seen forty two thousand. They may have sold forty two thousand tickets while they may be counting ushers and vendors. But there's no way this forty two thousand asses in forty two thousand seats. I've never seen it all I know you and you never will cause I'll always look to the right in down. And I'll see all that open. You know? And and I know what it is. Because even even when I get tickets, and I give them away people don't wanna come because they know they're gonna pay twenty dollars in parking. And then they're gonna power the food all of a sudden, they're still paying a hundred and fifty dollars, and and some of these some of these folks in the don't have it. And and the other point that he made the Braves when when Turner field was around the mayor mayor Reed had a battle with the Braves the Braves wanted approved what's around the stadium. They had one little restaurant called the bullpen. And it was a shitty barbecue place. He went in there. It was terrible. It looks like. A bingo hall, and they and they gave me like the food. Baseliner to improve that. But mayor Reed wanted to expand the airport, and that's what he decided to do it. That's what made the Braves look for other other places to move and build a stadium. And that's why they moved to Cobb County is because of what went on with the mayor, and now the mayor's being investigated for all these things that he did that were like illegal throughout his tenure. Right. It wasn't. It wasn't what the guy for South Carolina. Oh, and then it turned a field right now is owned by Georgia state. Georgia state plays football in there. And they play soccer. So Georgia state bought Turner field. Right. Understood. How much do they pay for it? Probably a decimal point of what it costs to Bill. Oh, oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. They didn't pay much. They didn't pay much, but you know, every night not every night. But what I'm going? I'm going home. I travel pass Turner field at night after range game. I see the lights on in there and stuff was going on in there. And now college football season starting so it'll be on quite often or interesting interesting, Michael thank you for that. Thank you for updating us on Turner field. I appreciate that. Why we're gonna take a break when we come back. It's going to be time for some unscreened calls on the Tom leykis show. I'm going to stay here and take every call. So now's the time shot calling in because we just cleared the lines. And that means you're guaranteed to get in. And you don't have to tell us anything dot tell us you name. It tells what city you're calling from don't tell us. What you call about talk to a screener. All.
"ben cooper" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"All right. Can be one of those nights. You told a story, a couple of episodes go about your dad, making you BMX bike out of your old bike, and we started talking about stuff that kid that the parents did for kids out of love and ended up being mortifying. Yes. Last episode to his mom made him that Darth Vader helmet to, he looked more like dark helmet, a massive giant, just paper, black, monstrosity, sitting holes cut out so you could see the his brokenhearted expression aside. So give it put out the call to the the listenership of battle on it said, if you've got just cost play disasters, if you've got costume nightmares, we'd love to see more pictures. And so Ryan Maori sent this one. And this is from the late seventies early eighties. He said. When you're three boys, all wanna be Darth Vader and you don't have any helmets for them. What do you do? Well, my Filipino mother didn't see anything wrong with putting all of us in black face says Ryan. Here's the photograph. Yeah. Wow, three little Al Jolson stress like Ben Cooper, Darth Vader costumes. I'm the one with the red and the white at the end. 'cause mom ran out of black. Mika. Do you ever even seen Star Wars. It's more Darth maul, but it is really, but that's gonna be go trick or treating. Who are you? We're three racists trick or treat. Candy. Stuff. It's meant for kids, things that children are supposed to enjoy. But we find out when we take a long hard look at them that they're inappropriate toys..
"ben cooper" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That original codesal yeah it was pretty awesome uh not last year but the eu before there was a kid that was a very convincing dicta burial a that was a good one yeah and yeah i was really surprised there was no no real major risk and none of you we talked yesterday about the kind of old kinda masks that we know what the elastic stray out salvos noone nolan had anything like that because at the schools you can't have anything that covers your fail right which would have ruled every one of us out whenever we are in elementary school fell i used to like when when they sold those costumes and again it was always ben cooper and co college fill those were the to the cut accord the marketplace so you always had the mask and then there was a vinyl vast that had the character's name written on it somewhere right like even my neck i i think i've told you this story when extra neighbors they had four boys and three of the four them decided they were going to be the beatles and they're they're they had the masks in that it said the beatles on there vast the better remember the beatles ever wearing does that said the beatles on it and now they don't see that and this was the first year my kids did not dress up is that of setting um it was kinda dillon wanted to be someone from sergeant pepper he didn't have a preference he's really into ringo lately here and the cast doom on amazon was ninety dollars and i said i am not getting this for you because i know you and you're going to end up not going out brian plays you can't return halloween cast him there and michael didn't do anything at the very last minute he just put on a black tshirt ripped jeans and a wayne's world hat and answered the door except he was he was saying happy thanksgiving just a mess with the kids that confusing yeah that was very very confusing our i didn't jessop either first time in like a usually a put something on but not yesterday investment a break and then.
"ben cooper" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I told you before if you're secondguessing that you're cast him may be cultural appropriation consider these questions and does mike has doom a they represent a culture that is not my own many times they would to include the words traditional ethnic cultural or tribal in truth was but who would attach those words to it you would do that yourself rate doesn't say it on the box i think though it would who gets a cast do i have a box than ignore the i guess pretty tight have remember those plastic mass that were hoki and terrible ben cooper and collegeville those with the s of course here the only one that nosediving love those i used to poor through those at ford city did you wear on only a couple of times they were freaky they were day it was that elastic strap would break that would lasted two minutes and then you'd have to just hold it up to your face all night and that was what nightmares were made of because it was like last it's like the burger king right with i holes the mall oh i'm surprised any kid survived an denied dow getting hit by a car because he had no peripheral vision zero you could see something if it was a 100 percent in front of you like an half an inch to the left effort you'd walk right into it and finally does my in perpetuate stereotypes are historical and cultural inaccuracies now while rice taken the fun out on halloween there is not going to be anything left you could be that's why i don't share some of the good customs are gone pagan a time trick or treat on the way home tonight yeah a that'll be fun all right we are unaware of look there's alters charles schwab i'm going to go in aldawla is would give away free lipstick ad every up for that i did the corner bake your if i were you all that's a must i think given away stuff i think they are there is a list in the paper today of all the different things you can get for free i i will look that i've shared later all right let's take a quick break bridget cara is.
"ben cooper" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"But eta's era dow up to four point three nine he says concentrating on improving one pitch has done some damage to another khumbu vocal soon to a little warmer junior and they have gone through full soon the indifferent to soren needed border livermore emerged article coming to britain yankees will be off thursday then play the first of three against the brewers at the stadium on friday the mets are nationals were rained out in dc no makeup date yet mets also we'll be off thursday jacob bagram start gets push back to friday in st louis nba the next said some interest in dion waiters but the free agent shooting guard will stay with the heat getting a new fouryear deal the warriors inc nick young to a one year contract richard jefferson decides not to retire stay on for another year in cleveland the thunder retaining andrei robertson for three years and a thirty million dollars all right now let's check the rest of the baseball score the red sox lost of the rangers eight to two so they're lead on the akis holds at four games the angels dip the twins to one the as 74 over the white sox top of the ten th now in seattle the royals tied at six interleague cubs seven raised three bruins blanked the oils four to nothing the astros with the braves ten four padres knocked off the indian 62 and the giants trimmed the tigers five to four and el it is a final in los angeles the dodgers hang on beat the diamondbacks wanted nothing the bargains out swore the cardinals nine six pirates five fillies to rockies down the reds five to three mls was york city fc losing at ben cooper three to the rebels want to add new england three two and the wnba it was the sun eighty nine of the stars 56 with reports every twenty minutes some harris alan wfan's 2020 spor the yankees homestand continues tomorrow night against the milwaukee brewers game tom 705 yankees regain six six 25 join a susan waldman in johnston rolling for all the action exclusively on.