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"bob dernier" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

07:59 min | 3 months ago

"bob dernier" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"You saw a lot of group of john as saint louis. That was like what was on when we came home from school and we were latchkey kids so like our parents were working and we would come home and just flip on wgn and watch harry carey and watch the cubs. We became knowledgeable about like. There's no reason that we should know who like bob. Dernier and understand who lease smith was and then turn around. And if of course ryan sandberg. Everybody knows him. But the bully on. Durham like we knew. We knew everybody on our team. That wasn't ours. You know what i. There's one game for some reason in the sandberg game. I'm gonna stop you and say it's the sandberg game when he hit a home. Run in the ninth. And he hit a home run in the tenth anyone. That is a good one. That that i was gonna say i haven't met. I actually have a horrible memory. Generally i have a memory of being in our upstairs bathroom talk and and and i was just. It was after school. And i'm watching. A cubs gained almost positive cardinals. Yes like eighteen or nineteen innings. I bet it was the andy. Vance andy van slyke game. I'm sure like one of those because that was a crazy one too. I mean there were just asked there. Were so many of those games. You're not already. We should avoid talking about baseball to listen. So what did you so i. It's ridiculous that. I know your parents. Because i know them through what i've seen of them through the stuff that you've done which is amazing and you know you documentary and then of course this new series. Your parents are so ridiculously cute and try. Your dad's awesome. What it what was there. Because i'm cause you were born in the united states. But they came here. What was what is sports fan. Where we'll be bears. Fans will be bulls fans or what was their attitude. My dad was you know. My dad came to america. He you know he was in chicago with a lot of his indian. As right were the first. I would say Probably like three three or four years or may five or six years. By the time i was born we are in a small town freeport illinois in so i think you kinda culturally you assimilate a lot more american when you're in a small town because you know. Obviously they were friends with all the in that small town. But it's not like there's there's a handful of them and had his job is in honeywell and he had like grows. You know and so i really when it also i think there is an excitement back then of becoming american. If you're from one of these poor countries part of the american dream is doing american things. So that means you know if you're indian that met like eating cheeseburgers which is like the equivalent of like one of his fucking hooker. You know also just is unhealthy needed. I know this is like a sensitive subject. But i thought it was kind of done in a way that was correct was like even on the simpsons when apu becomes like the most american guy ever and he puts on the hat. And he's like the ny. Mets are my favorite squadron. The nine mets thing. That was definitely. I think that's really where the sports thing said in. And i think if you landed in chicago chicago's identity. I think is sports. you're certainly back then So yeah. I mean i was born. I mean my dad said that ever. Since i was like a little kid like i get so excited about bears game at that That during halftime like they had this peyton outfit for me. Yeah naked go outside and like throw the football playbook with recent vary from a very young age You know i was obsessed. I think at that point. It just sent san and i'm not even sure ought feel about it most of the time. I'm like really grateful. 'cause they're very culturally specific. I'm sure you guys feel the same way. But i also feel like i'm in an intensely abusive relationship with chicago. Oh my guy specifically as a bears fan now can joke and it's been like this forever. I know what this is. Maybe one of the worst run companies in america s standpoint a business. I would like our manager ryan pace. I would made out let it run an arby's i think he'd do a great job being. Maybe i don't even so when theo epstein retired where you like. Please come to the bears us hundred percent. That was like the first thing i'm will bomb was tweeting about it and i'm like oh my god i'm dude com to the bears. Then become the mayor of chicago. Then become the governor of illinois and then become the president jewish president down for that thank you. We're working towards africa were there. Because using indians we got the same moms harris comma harris. Bring it together bringing together. So was your dad like a was he a cricket fan because like no not even like into the indian sports and whatnot because that you were talking me. The intense rivalries comes india pakistan cricket. No nothing about it. My dad was about it. I mean i know is indian No interest no my number one without a doubt was specifically the bears and you know there is a point. Point is probably still today racket. Tell you everything. I mean i still bring up. All these obscure bears bogs. You don't like. I read them all every day. I did everything that they're like. No not at all. You're you're like us with michigan football where we're michigan grad. So we're the same with michigan football a once great mighty program that has fallen upon hard times for the last. Two decades cannot beat its rivals. And what are your thoughts. So harbaugh thoughts. Yeah big bears quarterback great bears quarterback coming back now. That's a lot of people open for that. So i think he may. I mean i think he probably has a better shot of going to detroit because they just lost their coach and he could he could remain living in ann arbor and have his family there and have his kids stay in a consistent school next to inter i mean they wouldn't have to up route and even though he loves chicago. That ain't right. it's like bears. Fans are like bring him back. Just bring back because he might actually would is. He definitely gone from michigan. Don't know we don't know. And that is kind of a hard problem. I feel like in many ways. The bears are a little similar to michigan. In that you know. The bears were in a super bowl. The bears the bears have made. It made it to the playoffs. They just can't get over. And i think similar michigan the bears. The bears have not had that quarterback. And i'm not saying. Jimmy man was at quarterback but like the bears. Their identity was defense so they did that way back in the eighties you could. I don't know if that defense could even stand up to today's like crazy spread offenses. But i do think the bears need. They need to do whatever it takes to get a new quarterback. I think that's number one on their list. But you know what that that that to me is. Unfortunately obviously quarterback is probably the most important positions all sports. It is without a doubt without a doubt it is right. Yes but with the bears. I actually think that's probably the third highest priority like the bears right now. Have a systemic issue said. I need a new owner or.

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"bob dernier" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

05:18 min | 7 months ago

"bob dernier" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"Fifty dollars a fourth any. Barry bonds wasn't even playing. Man Twenty years. That's how much again change. Yeah it really is. Hey, I appreciate the stories Harian Steve Thank you. I covered Let's see cubs cubs giants in the playoffs would have been what eighty nine I was. I covered that series. In fact I did a story on the ball hawkers everybody out beyond the Left Field Wall. Who? Who chased the home run balls and there were a group of professionals and I mean professionals. Their lawn chairs, they had their little TV's battery operated TV's attracting worthy balls were being hit. They had their their fish nets everything. It would be a mad scramble for home run balls out beyond the why did a story on that group but I show you the impact of of those super stations on this my memory as you know. Reds Fan. Mine entire life I can give you the cubs teams of that time was Jody Davis. Ketchup I can hear Kerry Harry, Carey Singing Jody Jody Davis Best Catcher. In the National League Bull Durham at first Leeann Durham they had Rhino Ryan Sambergen Second Shawon Dunston. A Zukas. Penguin Ron say at third the outfield would have been sarge Gary Matthews in left Bob Dernier. Center. Part of the daily double with Ryne Sandberg in what Zone Keith Moreland in right probably in those braves teams that was Dale Murphy and can't Oberkfell and Bruce Benedict or Polka robot Glenn Hubbard and Claude L. Washington Chris Shambles. Rick. Mailer. Guys like that. Phil. Niekro Oh and Ireland I know that because of the power of the super stations at that time. I add one more story than back to the phones I had opportunities around our Christmas specials. When I was in Chicago at TV I interviewed Harry met Harriet a try to remember what the name of the hotel was downtown or may have been in the the building he lived in but we met in the lobby and I did an hour long interview with Harry, just me and Harry sitting. Big chairs was hour long and it was going to run Christmas Eve and I'll never forget at the end of the interview Harry looks at me and he he had a beer is bud and he looked at me and he picked up the beer. Leaned towards the camera and he said, and this Bud's for you just classic Harry Carey and the following year for Christmas special. I had a chance He was no longer doing games, but I had a chance to go up to Jack Brick houses condo. And in his living room record an hour long special with Jack Brickhouse on memories of life and Times. It comes baseball and broadcasting adjust man. Legends Legends..

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"bob dernier" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

06:54 min | 9 months ago

"bob dernier" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"The. Music signifies one thing. Tom To. Check out things that happened on this date in reds, history began in eighteen, eighty six. The reds lose to the athletics on this date in Philadelphia eighteen to ten. They committed seventeen errors that day out. This state nineteen, thirty five. It was babe. Ruth Day at Crosby. Field Reds win six to three over the Boston braves in front of two thousand and four, thousand, three, hundred and sixty one. It was babe. Ruth's first nationally game in Cincinnati. He went over four. He had homered times the day before in Pittsburgh over four on this date nineteen, thirty five at late. Nineteen forty, two Frank McCormick has his consecutive games streak of six hundred fifty two straight games, and he set out the game with a muscle issue in his back that to this day remains the second longest consecutive game streak in Franchise History Pete's at six seventy eight Frank McCormick at six, fifty, two, nineteen, fifty-six on this date Johnny Klipstine in two other reds pitchers spend nine hundred third hitless innings versus the braves at county stadium, but Milwaukee rallies in the eleventh and wins the game two to one out. This date nineteen seventy, Pedro bore bone nearly starts a brawl what it was in his debut with the reds. The reds were swept in a doubleheader in San. Diego bone hit Nate Colbert, the benches nearly emptied, and Pete rose held more bone back and kept a brawl from ensuing this state nineteen eighty-seven, Dave Pirker ninth inning home run at Riverfront beats the cubs three two to Bob, Dernier went up against the wall, leapt caught it, but when he banged into the wall, the ball popped out of his mid over the wall for the game winning home run. This date. Let Me Backtrack Nineteen, seventy five. The red swept a doubleheader against the expos at Riverfront Stadium. They'd won six in a row. And this was the moment. The big red machine really started rolling. They would win forty one of fifty in that stretch those two doubleheader game, the Games they lasted two hours, twenty four minutes, two hours and thirty one minutes on. On this date, nineteen ninety reds over the expos, five three berry at a two run single in the night to win it. The Red stood twenty nine and ten on this date about nineteen ninety-three Tim Belcher, remember him tosses a one hitter to beat the braves at riverfront four to nothing. The loan braves hit Dion Sanders doubled in the first inning. That was it. And on this date, two thousand twelve reds beat. The rockies tend to three great American Ballpark, the relievers of hoover. Look cure on drew sick and Marshall Spin Five and a third shutout innings debate out Mike leake. Miguel Cairo homered Chris. Highs each homered and Ryan. Ludwig homered in the reds ten three win all of it happening on this date in rural history, all right run through the phone calls quickly. Let's go here in Lawrenceburg Hi Steve. Are you certain I am well? Tell me a story. So sorry I'm from South Texas originally. Used to come up with very little high on summer. GotTa Watch a Guy Nick Pogo. Sane Okay who? Who maybe start both? You know the story about Nick Nick. Wasn't a Bowler Nichols a pitcher went to Florida. State because. Shoulder McCain, the Bowler has thirteen thirteen rings and one of our issue there. I. Got To work with him at Lawrenceburg Chevrolet back in the day and you talking about a trooper, that man I had fifteen years, and he brought me back to polling nice. He probably on the prettiest suspenseful. How about all because of a baseball injury about that? Me Man. Hey Steve thanks, buddy, appreciate your listening. Thank you I can squeeze into more. Hamilton gene welcome to seven hundred wwl W sports talk. How you doing tonight, I am well. Thank you for calling now. I gotta say it was a great feeling to get back out on the lanes today. I went out to North West lanes and I both five games. How about and I have two? Oh two. Oh five game. That's not bad. You've got a long lay-off. That's where you were rolled it today. Yeah, yeah I, can remember my my grandfather I got me back into bowling. Go. Down to Columbia Bowling with all his buddies from champion. He take me down there and he set me up on the lane. You lanes away and. Give me a ball and say that. Nice? That's a good story gene. Thank you for sharing tonight. I would definitely do end to that striking. I thought that was a good idea, wasn't it? Great ideal I don't see what I can do. Thank you, gene. Thank. You have a good night one more, we can get the final word in in Cincinnati Jane. You're on seven hundred WWL W. I I'll tell you a quick story. One Weber one of the best bowlers that ever bowled in Cincinnati. I I recognize that name. He wanting TV bowling when he was nineteen years old. Way I'll tell you my quick story I started dating dating for about year. I really didn't know much about Boeing. So. One over to Montgomery. They're blowing the match game. Sort the state over there. And he walked in with me and we're talking I'm going to shoot three hundred I went. Yeah, YEA! Better night, he shot me three hundred. Hundred! For you and he has now passed away, but he hit six hundred rings tons of two ninety nine. He's about highest state home fame. We all over the country and I can't say. We hit a great life when it came to that all mad j net is a perfect way to end the show. Thank you so much for listening and it really means a lot. You call tonight. Thank. You have a great night all right? Thank you all right. That was fun I. I figured as much as we search for topics. Times like this. This was dropped right in my lap. Sit If bowling alleys are opening today, I got to be remiss if I didn't talk about bowling and the history and the heritage, and the the the legacies here in this town in the appreciation for for bowling, so thank you. I appreciate hearing from everybody in the the bowling community. Let's do it tomorrow night. I'll follow reds hot stove. We'll go seventy nine o'clock and see what we can make. Your News is next named Gary Jeff Walker serves up the NIGHTCAP. The home of the reds, seven hundred W W..

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"bob dernier" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

06:54 min | 9 months ago

"bob dernier" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"The music signifies. One thing Tom to check out things that happened on this date in reds history began in eighteen. Eighty six the reds. Lose to the athletics on this date in Philadelphia eighteen to ten they committed seventeen errors that day out. This state nineteen thirty five. It was Babe Ruth Day at crosby field reds win six to three over the Boston braves in front of two thousand and four thousand. Three hundred and sixty one it was babe. Ruth's first nationally game in Cincinnati. He went over four. He had homered times the day before in Pittsburgh over four on this date. Nineteen thirty five at late. Nineteen forty two frank. Mccormick has his consecutive games streak of six hundred fifty two straight games and he set out the game with a muscle issue in his back that to this day remains the second longest consecutive game streak in franchise history. Pete's at six seventy eight Frank McCormick at six fifty two nineteen fifty-six on this date Johnny Klipstine in two other reds pitchers spend nine hundred third hitless innings versus the braves at County Stadium but Milwaukee rallies in the eleventh and wins the game. Two to one out this date. Nineteen Seventy Pedro bore bone. Nearly starts a brawl. What it was in his debut with the reds the reds were swept in a doubleheader in San Diego bone hit Nate Colbert. The benches nearly emptied and Pete rose held more bone back and kept a brawl from ensuing. This state. Nineteen eighty-seven Dave Pirker ninth inning. Home Run at riverfront beats the cubs. Three two to Bob. Dernier went up against the wall. Leapt caught it but when he banged into the wall the ball popped out of his mid over the wall for the game winning home. Run this date. Let Me Backtrack. Nineteen seventy five. The red swept a doubleheader against the expos at Riverfront Stadium. They'd won six in a row and this was the moment. The big red machine really started rolling. They would win. Forty one of fifty in that stretch those two doubleheader game the Games they lasted two hours twenty four minutes two hours and thirty one minutes on this date nineteen ninety reds over the expos five three berry at a two run single in the night to win it. The Red stood twenty nine and ten on this date about nineteen ninety-three Tim Belcher remember him. Tosses a one hitter to beat the braves at Riverfront? Four to nothing the loan braves hit dion. Sanders doubled in the first inning. That was it and on this date. Two thousand twelve reds beat the rockies tend to three great American ballpark The relievers the hoover look cure on drew sick and Marshall Spin Five and a third shutout innings bail out Mike leake Miguel. Cairo homered Chris. Highs E homered and Ryan Ludwig homered in the reds ten three win. All of it happening on this date in rural reds history. All right run through the phone calls Quickly let's go here in Lawrenceburg. Hi Steve Are you Sir. I am well. Tell me a story so sorry. I'm from south. Texas originally used to come up to the high on the summer. GotTa Watch a guy. Nick Puggle Sane. Okay who who? Maybe Start Bowling You know the story about Nick. Nick wasn't a Bowler Nichols a pitcher went to Florida. State because shoulder McCain. The Bowler has thirteen thirteen rings in one of our issue. There I got to work with him at Lawrenceburg. Chevrolet back in the day and you talking about a trooper that man. I had fifteen years and he brought me back to polling nice. He probably on the prettiest suspenseful. How about all because of a baseball injury about that man? Hey Steve thanks buddy. Appreciate your listening. Thank you I can squeeze into more Hamilton Gene. Welcome to seven hundred wwl. W sports talk. How you doing tonight I am well. Thank you for calling now. I gotta say it was a great feeling to get back out on the lanes. Today I went out to North West lanes and I both five games. How about and I have two. Oh Two oh five game. That's not bad you've got a long lay-off that's where you were. Rolled it today. Yeah Yeah I can remember my my grandfather. I got me back into bowling. Go Down to Columbia Bowling with all his buddies from champion. He take me down there and he set me up on the lane you lanes away and give me a ball and say that Nice. That's a good story gene. Thank you for sharing tonight. I would definitely do end to that. Striking thought. That was a good idea. Wasn't it great ideal? I don't see what I can do. Thank you gene. Thank you have a good night one more. We can get the final word in in Cincinnati. Jane you're on seven hundred wwl W I. I'll tell you a quick story. One wherever one of the best bowlers bowled in Cincinnati. I I recognize that name he wanting TV bowling when he was nineteen years old. I'll tell you my quick story. I started dating dating for about year. I really didn't know much about Boeing. So one over to Montgomery blowing the match game. Sort the state over there and he walked in with me. And we're talking. I'm going to shoot three hundred. I went yeah. Yea Better night. He shot me three hundred hundred for you and he has now passed away but he hit six hundred rings tons of two ninety nine. He's about highest state home fame. We all over the country and I can't say we hit a great life when it came to that all mad j net is a perfect way to end the show. Thank you so much for listening and it really means a lot. You call tonight. Thank you have a great night all right. Thank you all right. That was fun. I I figured as much as we search for topics times like this. This was dropped right in my lap. Sit If bowling alleys are opening today. I got to be remiss if I didn't talk about bowling and the history and the heritage and the the The legacies here in this town in the appreciation for for bowling. So thank you. I appreciate hearing from everybody in the the bowling community. Let's do it tomorrow night. I'll follow reds hot stove. We'll go seventy nine o'clock and see what we can make. Your News is next named Gary Jeff Walker serves up the nightcap the home of the reds seven hundred W W..

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"bob dernier" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

08:20 min | 9 months ago

"bob dernier" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"Was a countdown. Two minutes all. Whole. My friends frankly go up there. He was doing here. They're gonNA. Shut the lanes off. I'M NOT GONNA no. He went up and he had this look on his face, and he didn't say anything like. Oh my God. It seemed to mind, so I get to the night and. You know. By them. and. I I gotTA spanning none. So I went up and I said. You know hit eight. So well, we would electric finish. I wish I would have meant that what? This is not after not bowling for about fifteen years eight in a row, it was unbelievable. What a story that's! That's good man. I'm glad you called that tonight. Jim Thank you okay all right good night. I can't give me that love. All these stories head down the stretch. Due on this date in reds, history grabbed Stephen Lawrenceburg. Heck, I could grab you. Five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one pound, seven, hundred on at and T. on a day. Bowling alleys allowed to reopen in Ohio, in Ode to Bowling in the Greater. Cincinnati Kentucky area at seven hundred WWL W. The music signifies one thing. Tom Check out things that happened on this date in reds history, we begin in eighteen, eighty six. The reds lose to the athletics on this date in Philadelphia eighteen to ten. They committed seventeen errors that day out. This state, one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty five. It was Ruth Day at Crossley field reds win six to three over the Boston Braves in front of Twenty, four, thousand, three, hundred and sixty one. Babe Ruth's first nationally game in Cincinnati, he went over four. He had homered three times a day before in Pittsburgh over four on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred five at cross late. Nineteen. Forty two frank, McCormick has his consecutive game streak of six hundred and fifty two straight games, and he said at the game with a muscle issue in his back that to this day remains the second longest consecutive game streak in Franchise History Pete's at six, seventy, eight Frank McCormick at six, fifty, two, nineteen, fifty-six on this date Johnny Klipstine in two other reds, pitchers spend nine, a third hitless innings, versus the braves at County Stadium but Milwaukee rallies in the eleventh and wins the game two to one out. This date in one thousand nine seventy pedro or bone nearly starts a brawl what it was in his debut with the reds. The reds were swept in a double header in San Diego more bone hit nate Colbert, the benches nearly emptied, and Pete rose held more bone back and kept a brawl from ensuing the state nineteen eighty-seven Dave Pirker. Ninth inning home run at Riverfront beats the cubs three two to Bob. Dernier went up against the wall, leapt caught it, but when he banged into the wall, the ball popped Atavism mid over the wall for the game winning home run. This. Let Me Backtrack Nineteen, seventy five. The red swept a doubleheader against the expos at Riverfront Stadium. They'd won six in a row. And this was the moment. The big red machine really started rolling. They would win forty one of fifty in that stretch those two doubleheader game the Games, they lasted two hours and twenty four minutes two hours thirty one minutes on this date nineteen ninety reds over the expos five three Berry Larkin at a two run single in the nine to win it. Twenty nine and ten on this date about nineteen ninety-three three, Tim Belcher member him tosses a one hitter to beat the braves at riverfront forty nothing. The loan braves hit dion. Sanders doubled in the first inning. That was it. And on This Day two thousand twelve reds beat. The rockies tend to three at great American ballpark. The relievers, the hoover. La-, cure on drew's and Marshall. Spin five and a third shutout innings to bail out Mike leake Miguel Cairo homered Chris. Highs E homered and Ryan Ludwig homered and the reds ten three win all of it happening on this date in reds, history all right through the phone calls quickly. Let's go here in Lawrenceburg Hi Steve. Are you, Sir I. Am well. Tell me a story. So. Sorry I'm from South Texas originally. Used to come up to very high on the summer. GotTa Watch a guy on him a Nick Pogo saying okay. Who maybe start both. You know the story about Nick. Nick wasn't a bowler. Nichols pitcher went to Florida state because they're out a shoulder. McCain Bowler S. thirteen. Thirteen rings in one LAS. Vegas shooting I know. Got To, work with him at Lawrence. Perk Chevrolet back in the day. And you talk about a trooper that man I had molded fifteen years, and he brought me back the polling. He probably pretty suspenseful. You've. How about all because of a baseball injury? How about that kept molly man? Hey, Steve, thanks, Buddy, appreciate your listening. Thank you, squeeze into more. Hamilton gene welcome to seven hundred W. W sportstalk talk. Hey how you doing, I am well, thank you for calling. I gotta say it was a great feeling to get back out on the lanes today I went out to North West lanes and I both five games. How back? To to all five game. That's not bad. You got a long lay-off. That's your role today. Yeah! I. Can remember my my grandfather. I got me back into bowl, and he would go down to Columbia bowling with all his buddies from champion, and he'd take me down there, and he'd set me up on the lane. You blamed the and give me a ball and say that, and that's what y'all. Nice! That's a good story gene. Thank you for sharing tonight. I would definitely do Ninja that striking spare show too I thought that was a good idea. Wasn't it great idea I? Don't see what I can do. Thank you, gene. I have a good night one more. We can get the final word in Cincinnati Jane. You're on seven hundred WWL W. I tell you a quick story. One Weber! basketballers that ever bowled in Cincinnati. I I recognize that name. A TV when he was nineteen years old. I'll tell you my quick story. I started dating dating for a bad year. I really didn't know much about blowing. Over to Montgomery, they were blowing the match game for the state over there, and he walked in with me and we're talking. Is I'M GONNA shoot three hundred. I went yeah. Yeah Yeah. Night. Shot at three hundred. Cow. For you and he has now passed away, but he had six three hundred rings comes to ninety nine. He's highest state. Halsey we traveled all over the country and I can't tell you. We had a great life when it came to that all mad Jane. That is a perfect way to end the show. Thank you so much for listening and it really means a lot. You call tonight. Thank you have a great night all right? Thank all right. That was fun I I figured as much as we search for topics in times like this. This was dropped right in my lap. I sit if bowling alleys are opening today, I got to be remiss if I, didn't talk about bowling and the history and the heritage and the. The legacies here in this town and the appreciation for for bowling, so thank you appreciate hearing from everybody in the the bowling community. Let's do it tomorrow night. I'll follow reds hot stove. We'll go seventy nine o'clock and see what we can make out of it. Your News is next Gary Jeff. Walker serves up the NIGHTCAP. The home of the reds, seven hundred wwl W!.

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"bob dernier" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

11:58 min | 9 months ago

"bob dernier" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"All sure a couple of names that nobody's really mentioning with the three lady. That ran it for quite some time. With both believable then went to Michelle harbors and chaffee box heard women that were in charge of the whole thing that really every weekend all right another name was as he was the announcer on the show. Yes yes in fact. I saw I saw him do a couple of the episodes. I watched today absolutely quite some time. But they ask at seven fifty. If you were to kings seven fifty for the king. Am I come back? Then they changed it to a thousand dollars later on. But you didn't get to come back later on episodes I like it. I'm writing all this down. Appreciate your listening. Thanks for the call right. Have a great night. I like the stories. I like the background about Somerville would go Stephan on seven hundred wwl W. Welcome to the show very good. Thank you thank you. I grew up in Westchester Fairfield. And my parents I'm sixty so we're going back. But they bowled all the time. And so I got when I you build more Oh Coma now more but it was hoping lanes there all right okay. And then they had to show their and then pretty darn sure they did it at personable at Tri County also we. We always went to church on Sunday morning but when when the bowling was at those places we went to that and it was very very early. She had to go and it was. That must have been a really cool experience frame. When you're little because then we would turn around. Come home and watch the watch it on them if we. I don't ever remember being cold because there was plenty of people that showed up for those things and Greenlee Popular and I'm hoping we go bowling this weekend. So assalants win so but it was a huge deal and it would be neat to see it. Come back out. That's good stuff stephanie. I really appreciate you calling tonight. Okay night all right. I want see come back on TV. I can't believe there should be. There should be there. Should be a show. I how about a weekly bowling show on the radio is well you could do it down that island fifteen thirty it would be called strikes and spares Saturday strikes and spares the Greater Cincinnati Bowling seen on. Espn fifteen thirty and the engineer would be in. The producer would be a big day. The sheriff every Saturday but it could air from like Seven to nine. Am every Saturday and it would be the the four one one. The who what when where. Why are the bowling? Seen three hundred games that week interviews with the bowlers upcoming guest appearance by Todd McGill and Vic Ayman and everything else I like that strikes inspect what would you listen to all Saturday morning strikes and spares on ESPN fifteen thirty seven am to nine am? I'm an idea guy. I got a whole bunch of things rattling around my head up here independence. We go Jim. You're on seven hundred. W W welcome they lance how you doing. I'm very well. Thank you for calling here. They have a personal bowling story routine. So this past year's Eve Gotten older get together friends and they're trying to do something earlier in the day not to be out late and that kind of thing so this year decided let's all go bowling because it probably hasn't been and maybe fifteen twenty years since then mold and it if the heyday average probably like sixty five every guy okay I got a set the stage for you so we went to Cherry. Cherry grow bowling alley around beach long. Yeah and they have. They have like two hour blocks of time. You can sign up for and So we went from a mountain. I was like six or something like that. So when we get a pretty or not pretty but include the pizza some during such so Born first game and I kind of got the cops dusted off. I brought my own ball. Everybody else who's using the PSYCHEDELIC. Then game might start out strike right right right right right right right. Man Audit out well so about sixty to. It felt like Tom Brown and nobody talk to me. Nobody was sitting by me. I started this routine where I would do exact same thing. Every time I take a sip also reach and I drive my hands off got started. This got tried to get in the zone. Well after I ate all of a sudden up on the screen was a countdown. Two minutes all whole home. I frankly go up there. He was doing here. They're gonNA shut the lanes off. I'm not GONNA know. He went up and he had this look on his face and he didn't say anything like Oh. Yeah so it seemed to mind so I get to the night. And I'm toast by them. And I I gotta spanning none so I went up and I said you know had eight so well we would. Electric Finish would have meant that what this is not after not bowling for about fifteen years eight in a row. It was unbelievable. What a story. That's that's good man. I'm glad you called that tonight. Jim Thank you okay. All right good night. I can't give me that. Love all these stories head down. The stretch due on this date in reds history grabbed Stephen Lawrenceburg. Heck I could grab you five one. Three seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred on. At and T. On a day. Bowling alleys are allowed to reopen in Ohio. In Ode to Bowling in the Greater Cincinnati Kentucky Area. At seven hundred. Wwl W the music signifies one thing. Tom Check out things that happened on this date in reds history we begin in eighteen. Eighty six the reds. Lose to the athletics on this date in Philadelphia eighteen to ten they committed seventeen errors that day out. This state one thousand nine hundred thirty five. It was Ruth Day at Crossley field reds win six to three over the Boston Braves in front of twenty four thousand three hundred and sixty one. It was Babe Ruth's first nationally game in Cincinnati. He went over four. He had homered three times the day before in Pittsburgh over four on this date in one thousand hundred five at Cross late. Nineteen forty two frank. Mccormick has his consecutive game streak of six hundred and fifty two straight games and he said at the game with a muscle issue in his back that to this day remains the second longest consecutive game streak in franchise history. Pete's at six seventy eight Frank McCormick at six fifty two nineteen fifty-six on this date Johnny Klipstine to other reds pitchers spend nine a third hitless innings versus the braves at County Stadium but Milwaukee rallies in the eleventh and wins the game. Two to one out this date in one thousand nine. Seventy Pedro or bone. Nearly starts a brawl. What it was in his debut with the reds the reds were swept in a double header in San Diego. More bone hit. Nate Colbert the benches nearly emptied and Pete rose held more bone back and kept a brawl from ensuing the state nineteen eighty-seven Dave Pirker ninth inning. Home Run at riverfront beats the cubs. Three to to Bob. Dernier went up against the wall. Leapt caught it but when he banged into the wall the ball popped Atavism mid over the wall for the game. Winning home. Run this. Let me backtrack nineteen seventy five. The red swept a doubleheader against the expos at Riverfront Stadium. They'd won six in a row and this was the moment. The big red machine really started rolling. They would win. Forty one of fifty in that stretch those two doubleheader game the Games they lasted two hours and twenty four minutes two hours thirty one minutes on this date nineteen ninety reds over the expos. Five three Berry Larkin at a two run single in the nine to win it. Twenty nine and ten on this date about nineteen ninety-three three Tim Belcher member him. Tosses a one hitter to beat the braves at Riverfront? Forty nothing the loan braves hit dion. Sanders doubled in the first inning. That was it and on this day. Two thousand twelve reds beat. The rockies tend to three at great American ballpark the relievers. The Hoover La- cure on drew's and Marshall Spin Five and a third shutout innings to bail out Mike leake Miguel Cairo. Homered Chris Highs E homered and Ryan Ludwig homered and the reds ten three win. All of it happening on this date in reds history. All right through the phone calls quickly. Let's go here in Lawrenceburg. Hi Steve Are you Sir. I am well. Tell me a story so sorry. I'm from south. Texas originally used to come up to very high on the summer. GotTa Watch a guy on him a Nick Pogo saying okay. Who maybe start both You know the story about Nick. Nick wasn't a Bowler Nichols. Pitcher went to Florida state because they're out a shoulder McCain Bowler S. thirteen thirteen rings in one. Las Vegas shooting. I know got to work with him at Lawrenceburg. Chevrolet back in the day and you talk about a trooper that man I had molded fifteen years and he brought me back the polling. He probably pretty suspenseful. You've how about all because of a baseball injury. How about that Cat Molly man? Hey Steve Thanks Buddy. Appreciate your listening. Thank you squeeze into more Hamilton Gene. Welcome to seven hundred. W W sportstalk talk. Hey how you doing I am. Well thank you for calling. I gotta say it was a great feeling to get back out on the lanes. Today I went out to North West lanes and I both five games. How back to to all five game? That's not bad you got a long lay-off that's your role today. Yeah I can remember my my grandfather. I got me back into bowl. And he would go down to Columbia bowling with all his buddies from James and he'd take me down there and he'd set me up on the lane. You blamed the and give me a ball and say that. And that's what Y'all nice. That's a good story gene. Thank you for sharing tonight. I would definitely do Ninja that striking spare show to. I thought that was a good idea. Wasn't it great idea? I don't see what I can do. Thank you gene. I have a good night one more. We can get the final word in Cincinnati Jane. You're on seven hundred wwl.

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"bob dernier" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"bob dernier" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"The New England delegation at the world's fair in New York scheduled a powder puff football derby a reporter for the Hartford current asked act is hair pulling considered unnecessary roughness and when you get a bunch of gals charging around just what is illegal backfield motion that reporter was a woman I found examples through the years of powder puff hazing powder puff brawls and tackle powder puff the last of which in Jupiter Florida uh-huh seems to have ended in two thousand seventeen after a fifty year run Google turns up page after page of current flag powderpuff Games South Newton High School in Indiana Indiana makes parents sign a powder puff waiver and provides three pages of rules including no rolling talking a flag in belts or pants and and unnecessary violent behavior will result in players objection from the game and may then be subject to further disciplinary action some school districts of late of cancel. Oh powder puff citing injuries liability or the fact that you know it's sexist than retrograde and perpetuates outdated notions of women in Sports Powder Puff Football is a mockery mockery of girls a student at Cherry Hill High School East in New Jersey wrote in twenty fourteen but kids love tradition students at other schools petitioned their administrators traitors to keep powder puff alive powderpuff survival seems especially weird at Wilson here in DC for another reason. The school actually has has a girls football team. DC added flag football as a girl sport a few years ago but only after it was accused in two separate complaints of violating federal title nine Standards Josh. What's your time to down this past weekend didn't just represent the probable end of the cubs twenty nineteen playoff hopes was also the last cubs home game broadcast by WGN TV which has been showing the cubs on TV in Chicago cargo since nineteen forty eight? They're going to be a few cubs road games this coming week but after that it's done though for the cubs on wgn the first ever telecast for Wgn in March nineteen forty eight was a golden gloves boxing tournament a month after that Jack brickhouse who had broadcast cubs games on Jan from forty eight to nine hundred eighty-one wrote a piece for the Chicago Tribune which he explained that for the next few years at least sports coverage will be far and away the most important single element and television programming the stages are built Wrigley Field Comiskey Park Chicago stadium the show maybe a red hot pennant fight or the blazing finish of they football championship race the Ingrid Bergman's and Barrymore's of the sports world go by the names of Williams Dimaggio trippy Lou Jack Cavaretta appling sling and others Jack. They're filming takes a minimum of manpower compared to that needed for a big studio production in advance of Wgn's first Major League Baseball Broadcasting Exhibition game between the cubs and White Sox on April Sixteenth nineteen forty eight the Tribune reported that the baseball shows will be relayed with the aid of the station's new mobile unit unit from the BALLPARK's to the transmitter atop the daily news building special telephone circuits will also be employed three of the latest type image or at the con cameras will be used to pay WGN TV one of them include the new seventy five hundred dollars zoom our lens so called because it zooms quickly and focus enabling the cameraman to change from distant shots to close ups with the Click of a finger. Thanks to all those fancy lenses sports on television did indeed catch on good prediction jack break us. The cubs caught on nationally nationally to when a nineteen seventy-eight. WGN became the second so called national superstation following. Ted Turner's braves televising TBS and being carried carried on cable systems all around the country three years later in Nineteen eighty-one the Tribune company which owned WGN bought the cubs and Harry Carey came over from the White Sox to replace brickhouse as the cubs television voice it is this version of the cubs the superstation cable TV Harry Carey cubs that I grew up with an eighties he's in New Orleans. My grandfather and his retirement would watch and or sleep through cubs games in the afternoon night. Games are not a thing at Wrigley field until nineteen eighty-eight. I don't WanNa you get all Doris. Kearns Goodwin here acknowledged that feels a little silly to feel nostalgic about watching a not very good team on cable that I didn't even root for it's not right quite peering through a hole in the fence ebbets field but I was a huge baseball fan as a kid this to a large extent was baseball for me. After the nineteen eighties the cable dial expanded with new channels. ESPN started broadcasting a lot of national games. Super stations lost their sway. The braves and the cubs were were for a very brief time national franchises and then and now today like most every other franchise in major league baseball they have predominantly local appeal although there still are pockets of the nation that are full of cubs fans and braves fans owing to the superstation days in ten years ago the Tribune company sold the cubs to the Ricketts family and two thousand thirteen the cubs they'd be opting out of their deal with wgn at the end of this. I the two thousand eighteen season starting next year. Cubs Games will be broadcast on something called the Marquee Network in Chicago. It's a new partnership between the cubs and Dun Dun Dun the Sinclair Broadcast Group stephanus grimacing. WGN still has the white sox. If that's your thing it's not that many people staying but it's a few people think I personally choose to be a nostalgic for the days of Ryan Sandberg Jody Davis Bob Dernier Leon Bull Durham and hundreds of visiting players. I whose names Harry Carey could never quite pronounce where the death that is our show for this day our producer Caplan Pasha isn't subscriber reach out to slate dot com slash hang up. You can email us at hang up at SLATE DOT com. You're still here. Perhaps you would like to stick around for more hangup unless and are about a segment this week we talked with Jesse Washington of the undefeated about the state of the black quarterback quarterback we get stuck on the stereotypes and I'm not really sure how much they apply anymore but it's still hard to get out of him and I don't think that you can blame the black ban dates for really celebrating or pay close attention to what these guys doing because we've never had this opportunity we have never had the opportunity to be the face of the leap to hear that conversation slate plus. It's just thirty five dollars for the first year you can sign up at slate dot com slash hang plus for Steph and fats us. I'm Josh Levin for members on Mobility and thanks for listening..

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"bob dernier" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"bob dernier" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Bluh through sweet. Dave Kingman was amazing. Him. So is Bob dernier. All right. I don't think the the the Boise state get in get in tonight. I don't know why somebody get him on the phone. Traffic. Let me get you this real quick. Culture is very male dominated. Lady bikers, but. Hang on a second. Feeling a private? That was that was a video off of. That's Carmen's gang. Topics so quick to blame me car. Let me drag you under that bus. I did nothing wrong personally, blame Patty. Why does she have the computer on on a were you guys? All stay. You all blame each other like patio blame row Cochran blames people. And then you blamed her right? It's on me. You're right. And then in the end everybody blames the Jews. Let me g and traffic everything moving along at posted speeds, except we have of course, overnight road work on the Kennedy and the Eisenhower and the forecast clear skies overnight, a low of sixty nine Tuesday rain in the morning. Eighty three degrees for that high currently seventy three at O'Hare Seventy-six at midway seventy four along the lakefront next news updates twelve thirty. I'm Andrea darlas. And these are the stories that matter on Chicago's Marian seven twenty WGN a kiss. Quite. Comfortable twelve o eight. Good evening. Good morning. Good night. Love you. Thanks for having WGN. Nightside. Mark.

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"bob dernier" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"bob dernier" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I am recommending that if you have a ready yet but riches new book the chicago cubs story of a curse is we'll give it will deepen your affection for the if you're a cubs fan i think for the franchise if you're not even if you're not a cubs fan it gives you greater insight into the importance of the franchise to this city i think in yet house using chao choosing the team are going to fall so important you could let's say you're dead yet he said that team will ruin rule ruin your life his what he said to me my right as useful your bank he's fanny took me to cubs game he pulled me side like was like a scene from the godfather had promised me the sun almost me you will never become sane and that was after you the tended your first game which was a loss and saw my first trunk in adult men and saw my first heckler all you heard a guy called larry bitten or a bomb in again another jab at now you know belong here all the good stuff and is a year so his they're on the way home had promised me will become a cubs fan and then of course right you had to and every time anything bad would happen he would just chuckle and say see goja boji and every time there is a cub that i love like bob dernier who i argued with him in nineteen 84 that it was too soon to say we look to me like he was going to be better centerfielder than joe dimaggio my my father today could be career could be a career year was always right well you became a a cubs fan in in spite of all that and i don't i mean i remember in 19th sixty nine being in los angeles in in seeing mike on the cover of i want to say life magazine or something the story of the amazing matson and it never i guess i didn't really pay much attention to it it never occurred to me that that was a that was that was at the expense of the cubs and cubs fan right that is the thing evaluation supports especially everybody's joys somebody else's misery that's what so brutal about it when i first.

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