18 Burst results for "Bob Welch"
Breaking the Chain: The Story of Fleetwood Mac
"Mac are a british american. Rock band formed in london in nineteen sixty seven. The band's original members were guitarist. Peter green drummer mick. Fleetwood guitarist jeremy spencer and bassist. John mcphee would surname was merged with the nickname of john. Mack mcvay to form the name of the band who were initially a blues band managed by clifford davis so danny kerman join as a third guitarist in nineteen sixty eight in keyboardist christine perfect. Who contributed as a session. Musician from the second album married. John mcvie and joined the band in nineteen seventy and then from there on out. She was christine. Mcvie all three guitarists of the man left in succession during the early nineteen seventy s to be replaced by guitarist. Bob welsh and bob weston. Along with vocalist dave walker. So the three guys that left. Peter green had a pretty massive addiction to lsd and he was later diagnosed schizophrenic. Yeah a little bit of a spiral. After that jeremy spencer abruptly quit to join the religious cult called the children of god. I know about the children of god. Yes yes yes like. They had traveled to america. They were unto were then he was like i'm going to. I'm going to stay here. I'm gonna call in this call up and let's see and then during dany kirwin actually got fired and now considered to be a minor incident. I'm he trashed his dressing room and refused to go onstage for a show and they fired him man so the ban. You know the the lineup has been a little bit in turmoil. In nineteen seventy-three either remaining members of fleetwood. Mac told their manager cliff davis that they needed a break from touring and instead of making that happen. Davis decided to hire a fake version of the band under the same name. Play the tour dates that the real band didn't make that's and the whole incident resulted in a lawsuit over who owned the band's name so davis booked. Us dates for the all new fleetwood mac from mid january to late february nineteen seventy four so when the fake fleetwood mac walked into their first show. Venue outside of pittsburgh actually in a place called the syria mosque. The venue promoter refused to put them onstage. 'cause he was like those are not fleetwood mac no but they play anyway And only about a dozen people ask for refunds and so they kept going and then apparently it like the next big venue. They played in new york city. People were like this is in fleetwood mac and they like they kind of they caught.
"bob welch" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"All over you literally. We're all nodding like sure very stoic. Nod yes fight the ocean at that could the that could go in the don'ts of the art of salesmanship right there. I think Yeah i would have started john birch society. That's just themed at getting people to fight. The ocean fight various forms of nature. Yeah mostly oceans. Punch trees water. All of john birch was preaching. Was good enough to earn his society. The membership of one of my favorite bastards pod characters. Phyllis schlafly she and her husband. Some guy joined in nineteen fifty nine. So yeah that's good. Phyllis schlafly gonna bark at that. Closest chef schlafly shleifer a as as we used to call ourselves not on the left squad. Nah so that same year. Same schlafly and her husband joined the john birch society. Robert welsh launched a crusade to recall newly installed supreme court justice earl warren justice warren was a liberal who had written the majority opinion for a decision that overruled state and local segregation laws. We're talking brown versus board of education. Yeah robert welsh did not like brown versus the board of education. Not not wild about the fact that black people got to go to the same schools as white people and welches is earl warren's opinion on this case meant that he was a communist. Welsh insisted in letters that warren had violated his oath and he harangued his most gifted followers to turn the effort to recall the justice into a movement privately. Welsh wrote that frankly with the left wing control now so strong in cities and ubiquitous in washington. I am not deceiving myself that we have very much chance of really bringing about the impeachment of warren. Although we might. But i don't think that is really as important as dramatizing to the whole country where he stands where the supreme court now constituted under him stands and how important. It is to face the facts about the road. We are now traveling on so fast. So it's really interesting to me. Because in all of his public like publications he makes it clear that this is a real effort to recall era war. And and i think we have a real shot. And we're going to get this guy out of the supreme court and his private letters. He's like we're never going to do this. It's all about making people angry about the rhetoric. It's about who show up the fight. Yeah which is not like anything else. That's happened since. I know a lot of size on this episode. Passed in the future compared. So you get a feel for bob welch by reading his letters. I'm going to read you now. An excerpt from when he sent to t coleman andrews. Who's the commissioner of the irs. Start with screen. I mean kind of it begins with what i hear. Out of all of this writing the letter begins with welches regret. That andrews turned down an opportunity to spearhead the effort against what welsh refers to in all caps as the movement to impeach warren. He calls it that in all caps every time he types about it. He's a guy. Twitter is or not on the supreme court anymore. Is i think he's dead at this. I was gonna say because you gotta go for him. I you know he's your guy. So yeah he starts by being like it's a bummer. That you don't want to help me impeach warren He goes on to discuss gathering storms in the south which is a reference to the civil rights movement Which bob welch stated he thought was directly caused by the communist party quote if blood does flow there which i agree is entirely likely it will definitely be because the communists planned it that way. They have schemed for so long to be in position to fan little fires of civil disorder into huge conflagration of civil war. If and when they need such a horror in their moves to take over and john birch. Though a minister devoted a piece was entirely ready to fight for a cause which he considered worthy of sacrifice so devoted to peace voted to piece. This guy something. He's he's referring to john birch who he did in saying we have to be like john birt devoted a peace but was willing to get into a drunken argument with communist soldiers. Get shot to death. That sounds like most right wing. Heroes like arnold travis. He was drunk He may have been drunk on malaria. I'm just assuming everyone. He's just wasted at all times. That's a good idea. John birch handed earl warren. That is actually a little known fact and found that in right okay nonsense. Yeah so welsh portrayed. The john birch society is work not as partisan activism but as an attempt to unite all americans under an anticommunist banner in nineteen. Sixty issue of the bulletin. He wrote it is of vital importance to the communists to split americans into all kinds of groups snarling at each other and so he said the society would not seek the split up. americans we are fighting communists period. Nobody else they put people into all these groups. And i don't think we should have black people jewish people chinese people liberals the lgbtq community. I don't think we should have any of those people. Those specific groups that i have chosen to deny as people see after evil. Yeah they're dividing us by people who aren't like it. Yeah exactly so. Yeah welsh by the mid nineteen fifties had grown increasingly. Convinced that the entire. Us government was basically communists all the way down and one of the main triggers for this was when congress voted to censure jr senator joe mccarthy in nineteen fifty four So he like on time by the way out right on time they got to quick. So yeah because eisenhower was a big part of finally censoring. Joe mccarthy after leading joe mccarthy joe mccarthy for years welsh saw this as more evidence that i was a secret communist hittings kind of on the wall all the signs. Are there if you're looking he. After justice to whole red scares he stepped in so the politician. Welch's book about ike remained largely a secret work. He circulated among his most loyal inner circle. He handed out to lake leaders in the movement but regular members didn't get to know it was kind of like zeno like when you get high enough up in the birch society word that eisenhower's a communist welsh noted about his book and one private letter quote are rather extreme precautions with regards to this document or not due to any worry on my part as to what might happen to myself but many of my best informed friends feel that having the manuscript get into the wrong hands at the present time might do far more damage than good to the whole anticommunist. 'cause it's it's alex jones. I mean in. Alex jones as a little bit of a spoiler was Grew up on john birch material so not a coup winky dink so for the berkshire rank and file. Eisenhower was just a crooked politician. Who was much too friendly with foreign leaders. At one point nineteen sixty. Ike agreed to attend a summit with nikita khrushchev british prime minister harold macmillan and french president charles de gaulle welsh considered all three of these men to be card carrying communists. Go which with khrushchev spare but to go to go to communist to do rituals and dates and remember. I mean he was pretty problematic and a lot of ways himself but communist is not an accurate is very limited. So as mcmillan for that matter. Yeah so well-considered again all these guys to be communist. And he had the john birch society. Sunday heavily publicized. Message to president eisenhower. If you go don't come back. Exploded was sent out in a blizzard. You'll be exiled hanging out with famous communist. Charles de gaulle. If you go what a great threat you go to that meeting conference room your so. The slogan was santana blizzard of postcards letters and telegrams and within the society it was actually quite controversial since many new were not as irrational as the group's founder nationwide sparked curiosity for this strange semi underground organization. One curious individual was jack mabley an investigative reporter and columnist for the chicago daily news so hey hometown hero yeah mabley. It's technically candyman. Is.
"bob welch" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
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And i had to like defend the continued existence of human civilization. I think i could do a pretty good job until they brought up clips from that show. I couldn't defend us from like war crimes charges and stuff but not not that. Here's this guy who is on the radio giving medical advice to teens for twenty years He's dressed like a hippopotamus singing song. Poorly yeah you know. What a great. Oh what are what. are you gonna use a virus. Big lasers like just just just do it. Just be quick about it. If the first questions aliens ask is was. Sean spicer a good dancer. We're going to be in real trouble there. But you know who wasn't on the masked singer. Sean spicer robert bob welch's although he would've hated that show evidence of a communist conspiracy brought out so bob welch's appetite had been you know pretty sufficiently stirred by the nineteen fifties and again he had kind of climbed as high as the candy industry would get him so like what you see. In the late forties is he reaches the the heights that candyman can hit and he immediately starts screaming about how communists are going to have infiltrated. The democratic party are going to destroy democracy Isn't that lease a normal career. Check is yeah. The problem is that eminem mars was run guy marxist collectivists because he didn't have a wonka vader you know he could only go. I'm gonna make so many more fucking willie wonka reference. I predict you will. Oh it's not that. I do not have trouble. Seeing bob. welch is a lot like willy. Wonka on us. Because i think they both believe business owners should be able to kill children young. I agree then slave people. Yes he is. So bob welsh you know in the nineteen fifties starts getting way more into politics now. It's unclear precisely when his terror left began again. When you read this guy's background the stuff that wasn't just written. By the john birch society decades later it kind of comes out of left field like he's just a candyman and then boom. He's screaming about the new dark ages But however it started. It was in full form by july of nineteen fifty when he wrote this in a fundraising letter for a politician quote. The strategy of the socialist. Divide and conquer carlo businessman crooks so that nobody will speak up for them and strangle them with controls and taxation bribe all the farmers with their own money into a selfish pressure group for more. Bribes infiltrate the labor unions and convert them into political tools. Discredit the medical profession until the rest of the public clamours for government medicine attack every segment of our population with tactics with which alienate the support of all other segments the forces on the socialist side amount to a vast conspiracy to change our political and economic system. Your face changed. You went deep into that channel. Bob dark there's a lot i love their including the that socialists were going to discredit the medical profession. In order to convince people to demand government medicine was like no vice buddy with discredited. The medical profession was people going to the er and getting a forty thousand dollar bill for a three hour visit. That'll do it. Yeah there are two ways to go on on that thought process goes so this was the first time bob welsh use the word conspiracy in public statement and it would not be the last tragically. Welches increasingly unhinged rants about socialism did not translate into success at the ballot box. Probably because a lot of americans in nineteen fifty directly in recently benefited from massive social welfare projects. You actually feel the effects of government working for you and you're like oh maybe this isn't an evil thing you know and then yeah but millions of us didn't starve because of the civilian conservation roger bad conspiracy to be honest is the conspiracy that we didn't starve to death during the depression. Because i liked that. Yeah that was a good one. Yeah so yeah. He lost the race for lieutenant governor by margin of more than one hundred thousand votes which nineteen fifty was like most of the country with inflation ten million votes. Yeah so it was not a close election still. It is worth noting that nearly sixty thousand americans had cast their votes for. Bob welsh and his giant left wing conspiracy after his defeat. He wrote about his hopes that this core of supporters would in the next year's grow into quote a far stronger more militant and more effective force of political strength and other campaigns to come. He insisted this crusade has just started. Because it's always a good thing when right wing ideologues describe what they're doing is a crusade that that always really gets a white men all hot and bothered whenever you give them the opportunity to go on a crusade against Anybody who's not a white man so my motto jordan. Abc baby always be crusade. And that's what you gotta do singer..
"bob welch" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Anymore. Bringing the closer. Here's why MLB is better than the NFL or NBA, and it isn't even close. Here's another reason why baseball is better than the NBA and the NFL as the playoffs or about to start the great thing about the play offs and we've seen this as years gone by is that Players out of nowhere rookies young players can somehow some way make a huge different and come a big time and change the course of playoffs and that's the stuff that you like to see, and that's what baseball offers. It's not very often in the other sports where somebody really really don't know or young player can have that moment. And change the course of a playoffs but I. Could Always Remember was Bob Welch against Reggie Jackson in the world series and he the Best Reggie and change the fortunes for the dodgers I can remember that. But there are a couple players out. Did it keep an eye on dustin may right handed pitcher from the dodgers the twenty-three-year-old he's a guy that could come a big for the dodgers in the postseason. He's had a really good season for LA. Another right handed pitcher to look out for is Devon. Williams from the brewers. After moving from a starting rolled into the bullpen last year Williams, man has emerged as a dominant force out of the pen in twenty, twenty. Coming into Wednesday posting a zero point three, nine, zero, Ray, and zero point. Six One whip with get this forty seven strikeouts in twenty three innings. That's eighteen point. Four strikeouts per nine innings to twenty six year old has a devastating change up one of the best pictures we we've seen in twenty twenty. So there you go look out for the.
"bob welch" Discussed on Q95
"They don't have it either put Billy Joel that actually sells it hello Sir that is more convincing than any of the dina put that together I was much more convincing than the the original right which was this hello the last results like the whale has one of those throat things right yeah I got a dog and we're playing what you're saying as far as the people are doing this in the mail and it's about that playing best moments from the show and Eric and Jenny one here they're sitting at work in an empty office I agree with them I've never laughed so hard as the morning we sort of reminded you that Bob Welch really couldn't say really many many hit the lady he called the slayings through his role by I will choose in Fleetwood Mac Leon yeah you're always going to be blown I'd love that song hypnotize the David five great Peter green I don't know if it has it's above will still sounds like pop up to me and.
"bob welch" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"About baseball player. Does because of the way baseball players think this. And you're right like I saw you referenced Bob Welch and of course he was part of one of those greatest you know when he gets. Reggie that crazy. I don't even. I hadn't even never seen that until I read it in his book. I remember it like twenty around Salt Lake. What she did and was that before he then was that was before he went to four. He got himself together and then came back so he was just killing it that he was dealing with those Jimmy's pressure. Ever get less like no. The pressure was never. That's why I said like the pressure was never less than me. From the time I was from the time I knew the profession from whenever that was thirteen or fourteen. When I knew I had to take care of my family. It was always the same pressure until I was thirty nine years old so I just retired. I felt the same no matter what no matter what game no matter what situation. It was funny. You and I were an elevator together but we were at. We were in like some elevated as suites at the deontay wilder fight. And I was looking at you as we were walking and I was wondering that thinking that you might be able to relate to what was going through that guy's head in a way I was on our show so I got spend a little time with them so I had a kid. I was rooting from heart. I had Empathy for him. But I was looking in the elevator. I was like man. This is the one guy in the place who knows when out like I I had like this video that I will watch before games. And and it was Mike Tyson describing walking to the ring and how it felt like an how you know. He was nervous in his hands sweaty but by the time he got to the fucking steps. I'm a guy like this is what I'm support like. Everything building up to start against the world series of whoever like? I'm walking out there. I'm warming up. I'm nervous but soon as the fucking light come on. And we went out there and they play the music in his big POPPA. And I'm on the male. This is my shit like this is what I do. You know what I'm saying. So it's a weird thing I can never imagine getting into reading the fight. Somebody you like I can never put out. I'm not trying to put myself there. No but impatient of walking up hitting the time being on you like you definitely feel like that is the started especially pitching for Yankee for the Yankees and the Baath in the world series. Yeah I mean Matt this shit is on you like this is GonNa win and lose because of you but I also thought when he knocked the guy out and he was for that second the best in the world I've always my whole life being fascinated by best in the world and like when you were the best in the world when you won the Cy Young. After sort of all the decisions you had to make to get there. We were you able to have a moment of drinking it in where it was like. I am this matters to me. I am the best in the world. Not after the CY young because I I like the. You'RE NOT WANNA CY young two thousand seven and I say this all the time if I pitched the way I'm supposed to pitch in the playoffs. We win the world series. And I bring a title to Cleveland so I felt empty like I did all of these different nothing like I did all of this. I had this amazing year. I was locked in all year. I stayed on my shit up like at finally matured as a player as a man in everything but I couldn't get it done when it mattered. The most and that's so I I mean. I don't think I slept that off season. I mean I mean I felt like I wanted to get a trophy back. I didn't want to come to New York to fucking to receive the trophy. I was embarrassed. I was really embarrassed after that. Not until after we won had the parade and at like at one a world series. Did I feel like I can like almost like I could retire? You're sure you know but you didn't allow yourself to be like I'm the best it's on felt like you let yourself down low. I'll I'll let a whole city down. Well that's you know so it wasn't really on it that way for sure. I mean I like I said I mean I would`ve. I would've had that parade. Like Cleveland is was starving for a winner and a parade and the champion team connect with each other connect very deep. We do because you know of that love that I sit and just that feeling of that particular pressure in that city when you're when you're the guy in that city yeah you want to deliver those people so understand what Baker Mayfield's going through right. You know what I mean like you. I mean Yeah. Those fans love you and they want a winter. They starve them for winter. So so that hunger that hunger. You couldn't let that hunger be satisfied until you got this other pride and even in order to keep yourself. It wasn't even Allen even think it was to keep myself going. It was just to fill. You know I mean I think you ultimately you WanNa win a championship and and the beat close in the be the guy that is supposed to take the city. They're the team mayor. Everybody's looking at you and you can't step up and even next year I go to trade halfway the year. All about the Milwaukee dive a lot of questions about so. Yeah I was locked in host. Ho second half I mean you know I mean you went eleven into And you you came into the middle of that you pitched the last three starts with three days rest right all that. I don't look at anything. No one of my sons came not allowed to say his name for a variety reasonable. My son's friends knows everything about it. He's like really concentrated Milwaukee. Because what he was saying was you you you put you're at an inflection point in your career because you were about to become a free agent and it was auto pay off and then you just completely sold out not in the good sense. You gave everything to get Milwaukee to the playoffs. You like put the team on your back and I'm wondering about how you did the math about whether you should be selfish or not in that spun off figured that if I think I was locked in and I felt good I figured mortared. I pitched the more money I was making myself. My agent was pissed like he was mad. He was like what are you doing? Trust me. I know what I'm doing like a good but you have run was like me like that was for Cleveland to a little bit. That was like trying to show them like what I can do or like. You know what I'm saying and yeah it was. It was weird. I was pitching for both cities. Bentley's full does make sense to me. You were trying to you were you. Were sort of galvanized by what had happened. And you were like okay. Well I'M GONNA I'm GonNa do this. It was. I had that you have in. Some kind of like full was in his own. That's I was locked in. Like all those games mash into one like it was all those autostarts are like one long game for me like I was it was. It didn't matter so like it wasn't me pitching on three days. Rest was my decision right. I wanted to Dell Office at untold. Them like I'm pitching in two days and then I went in there again and told him. I'm pitching arm hurting when you're doing never mushroomed in hurting to tell about a couple of months. Doing that did not hurt not at all. You're not at all not I mean if it did I would have stopped right. Never I never felt anything never heard and like I said I felt like I owed it to the baseball baseball people to myself to my family. My mom like like I need to show you guys when I can fucking do when it when it really matters. You know what I'm saying so yeah and I figured you know the morning. I'm doing this the the the more it's going to help me get to the Yankees and wasn't view. A lot of people had a lot of people were pitching himself out right then I think even cashman thought there but now I mean honestly the second half of two thousand and six into two thousand ten. Yes I felt I mean I was. I was who I was the best. I was going to be. That was the best part of my career right. Oh yeah that was the second half of the second half of two thousand six all the way into two thousand ten maybe even eleven and in the playoffs and twelve so like those those years. Are you always somebody WHO's fueled? I talked a lot of people about this. Do you remember along the way the the people who didn't believe in you or gave you a hard time? Does that fuel you or just do you? Do you get fuel out of sort of like while. I'm going to win for this person are I'm GonNa you know. Some of us are motivated by anger. Some of us are motivated by love. In my mind was more years. Both mine was fear of felling. Mine was fear of you. Know not being the best athlete from Vallejo in not being you know living up to what everybody said was hall of fame potential. You know not there was fear was more fear of of everything and you know. I never really. I never got angry. You know when people wrote Shit about me or I saw an article in the Baseball America. I never got. I never got mad about it. It was just like that's a real possibility like hat's how you took it. That's how I took it. I'm I relate to tiger when he's just like a really you think I'm not gonNA WANNA Major. I relate to that myself like I'm not I'm not playing for the person or not playing for you. I'm like I'm playing a out of the fear of I could turn into that article right. You know what I mean. That's not so much. The people on twitter talking shit like I don't care about that like I'm not playing for you. I'm playing for my family. I'm playing for the organization so I never let that. Shit bother me at all really. That's also why the failures but I remember once I remember Bob Ryan Guy in Boston columnist says some shit about me on. Espn that pissed me off. One time and and That's about it though but but I never really i. I made sure that I was GonNa Shut Boston's ask ask every fucking time. Because of what he said but that was it. I did that once I was at A. I was at a knicks game and when they were playing the Bulls with Scotty Jordan and I said some shit to Scotty about the Migraine or something and just looked at my was really close up and he just looked at me. Anyone offer like thirty times scoring and I learned. I was really young because carefully everywhere. So me they don't give people a reason to want to kick your ass you know like. I should be out on the mound stopping around talking. Shit yelling at people. Doing whatever he'd be like what are you doing? That's that's fun to watch. It was but it was. It was draining. You know what I mean like. I feel like the first six years of my career was a lesson in how to control my emotions. Anger my excitement. You know my fear my anxiety all that shit. I was learning how to control all of that. And I will be walking around strutting around almost kind of like Marcus. Stroman watching pitch sure. We were thinking of our Bosque. The manhunt Gary. I'll be barking and yelling at the twins Kinda Shit. He pulled me one day he was like go out and pitch like if you up. Seven runs down several runs. It's exactly the same stay even keeled. No show no emotion and watch how watch how you roll through people and they started to do that and I started to. Kind of do it worked for you. It worked for me until you ever. You ever had.
"bob welch" Discussed on KCRW
"This two songs by two different members of Fleetwood Mac when they did some solo recordings Christine make V. off of her legendary Christine perfect album we heard and that's saying a lot also one of those heavy highly coveted drum brakes for all of us record collectors in beat drum samplers right there and before that Bob Welch on when he went solo a gorgeous tune called don't let me fall from his solo record called the other one will before that the London Lucchini choir with Bob about food too the name of the song feature Ricardo I say and that was RAF Riley doing the remix of said song of that tunes free download online if you like that one before that a tribe called red gonna play a couple songs from them in order to keep the native spirit all through here and yeah and give steel thanksgiving give it back to the people who are fuller who were in in do word it for that weight loss not even the right word but you already know what I'm saying a tribe call read the name of the group from the same record that I started this whole show with their record is called we are the whole looser nation the virus is the name of the song featuring Saul Williams on vocals and black bear as well and then before that brand new music from DJ shadow off his record are pathetic age we heard the song Rosie is leading single from a from a heavy weight new masterworks from the man himself DJ shadow J. soldier missile with you here it's K. C. R. W.'s stay close man so much more music you get into you know what I mean breathable fabrics and a lot of liquids in your systems you know what I mean so we can get through.
"bob welch" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"That word story of his life the movie purple rain grow seven million dollars in its first three days twenty years ago today heat wave that was all across the country continued been linked to at least ninety four deaths across the nation in July alone birthdays it is your birthday your your birthday with one of the greatest one Curt Gowdy born on this day in nineteen nineteen sports commentator ABC CBS NBC HBO we was the voice of the Yankees and the red Sox TV play by play AFL NFL Major League Baseball World Series all star games rose bowls super bowls Olympics NC double a final fours he was also the host of the American sportsman owned a couple of radio stations no wonder he was the recipient of the George foster Peabody Award for achievement in radio and television birthday today Henry Albert Bauer they call him Hank played with the New York Yankees nine World Series one seven of them including five in a row birthday today for Mister Bob Welch after Peter green and before Lindsey Buckingham Bob Welch was the guitarist of Fleetwood Mac from nineteen seventy one until nineteen seventy four this first album with the band by the way was one of their best bare trees.
"bob welch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Stopped at LaGuardia Airport and was found to have marijuana in his bag was issued a summons to appear in court. Hockey postseason rolls on a pair of game fours from Thursday avalanche shut out the sharks three nothing. Philip grew. Our made thirty two saves. Nathan MacKinnon with a goal that series. Now tied at two games apiece. Earlier in the night. Bruins beat the blue jackets four to one to harass made thirty nine saves Patrice Bergereon he scored twice. And now the Bruins and blue jackets also tied at two games apiece. Baseball Mets beat the reds one nothing Noah Syndergaard making history a complete game shutout Andy at home run. It's the first time since Bob Welch back in nineteen eighty three that pitchers don't a complete game shutout and accounted for the game's loan run with the home run. Syndergaard sick and home run of the season. Again, Mets beat the reg one to nothing. Padres of the Braves eleven to Kinzler and Myers with home runs twins over the Astros. Eight to two meanwhile, Nolan error Nado, his ninth home run of the season. Rockies beat the brewers in Milwaukee eleven six, raise takeout. The royals in Kansas City. Final score three to one nationals two to one of the cardinals. Derek Lilla Quist fired as nationals pitching coach White Sox. Six Red.
"bob welch" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Russell was stopped at LaGuardia Airport and was found to have marijuana in his bag. He was issued a summons to appear in court. Hockey postseason rolls on a pair of game fours from Thursday avalanche shout out the sharks three nothing. Philip grew Bauer. Made thirty two saves. Nathan MacKinnon with a goal that series. Now tied at two games apiece. Earlier in the night. Bruins beat the blue jackets four to one to harass made thirty nine saves Patrice version on he scored twice. And now the Bruins and blue jackets also tied at two games apiece. Baseball Mets beat the reds one to nothing Noah Syndergaard making history a complete game shutout Andy at home run. It's the first time since Bob Welch back in nineteen Eighty-three that pitchers don't a complete game shutout and accounted for the game's loan run with the home run. Syndergaard second home run of the season. Again, Mets beat the reds one to nothing Padres over the Braves eleven to Kinzler and Myers with home runs twins over the Astros. Eight to two meanwhile, Nolan aeronautical his ninth home run of the season Rockies beat the brewers Milwaukee eleven six, raise takeout. The royals in Kansas City. Final score three to one nationals two to one of the cardinals. Derek Lilla Quist fired as nationals pitching coach White Sox..
"bob welch" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"That was the offense. This was the mound work pets. Fastball. Noah Syndergaard has his third career complete game shutout where he get home of the heavy lifting both on the mound and at the plate. Syndergaard with a four hit shut out. The final store that New York. Mets won and a six Addy rents nothing WCBS with the call. Syndergaard. Went the distance went deep Mets blind threads. One to nothing is second home run of the season provided all the games offense. Fourth home run the season by Mets pitchers, according to Elias the previous pitcher to Homer in a one to nothing complete game. Win was L as Bob Welch against the reds way. Back in June of nineteen Eighty-three only seven pitchers have now thrown a shutout at a home run for the games. Only run in the live ball era. Thor post game. No, what was the biggest difference for you today? Repeatability in delivery and soon with mechanics and just kind of trusted that. And there's about it talked about how the baseball felt like ice cube in the past. Did you feel like you had the grip that you wanted today if the most beautiful day summer starting to come around or spring? Nice weather. You've talked about getting your mechanics in line. But what specifically did you put in? Did you work on? I should say in between these starts that you felt was more line today. Just keeping things simple. And just trusting conviction and every pitch trying to win every and they game plan. Today was.
"bob welch" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"It's the first time since Bob Welch back in nineteen Eighty-three that pitchers don't a complete game shutout and accounted for the game's loan run with the home run. Syndergaard second home run of the season. Again, Mets beat the reds one to nothing Padres over the Braves eleven to Kinzler and Myers with home runs twins over the Astros. Eight to two meanwhile, Nolan aeronautical his ninth home run of the season. Rockies beat the brewers in Milwaukee eleven six, raise takeout. The royals in Kansas City. Final score three to one nationals two to one of the cardinals. Derek Lilla Quist fired as nationals pitching coach White Sox. Six Red Sox four. I'm Jay Berman. Hey, it's Bill Ryder. We do radio, right? Rather than you. Weekdays six eastern three Pacific on CBS sports radio. Nuggets blazers king three Friday at eight on Xtra sports thirteen hundred. Three frivolous or flat out love. A look back on the frankly foolish feedback of the week. Amy. Say your heart is back over the Dow is now running back plea key out of what it was. He said, but I disagree with what he said feed news. Our thing you'll get that major New York facetious. These guys are over the policy with no kill its height. Fugard your call me. I was I was you Louis. No..
"bob welch" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"We'll start in the NBA playoffs continuing on Thursday night. Just one game on the playoff schedule. It was a game three between the Sixers and ranchers and Philadelphia and the Sixers win it one sixteen ninety five a strong fourth quarter from Philly really helped them win twenty seven fourteen. The Sixers outscore the raptors in the fourth. Joel Embiid thirty three points and ten rebounds Kawai Leonard at thirty three four Toronto. Again. The Sixers win it by twenty one and Philadelphia now leads the series two one James harden practiced on Thursday, he will play in Saturday's game three against the warriors. That after being hit in both is by Draymond green, which resulted in blurred vision hockey postseason rolls on a pair of game fours from Thursday avalanche shut out the sharks three nothing. Philip grew our made thirty two saves. Nathan MacKinnon with a goal that series now tied at two games apiece. Earlier in the night. Bruins beat the blue jackets four to one to harass made thirty nine saves. Patrice bergeron. He scored twice. And now the Bruins and blue jackets also tied at two games apiece. Baseball Mets beat the reds one nothing Noah Syndergaard making history a complete game shutout any at home run. It's the first time since Bob Welch back in nineteen eighty three that pitchers toward a complete game shutout and accounted for the game's loan run with a home run. Syndergaard sick and home run of the season. Again, Mets beat the reds one to nothing Padres over the Braves eleven to Kinzler and Myers with home runs twins over the Astros. Eight to two Rockies beat the brewers. Milwaukee eleven six, raise takeout. The royals in Kansas City. Final score three to one nationals to the cardinals. Derek Lilla Quist fired as nationals pitching coach White Sox. Six Red Sox four. I'm Jay Berman. This is Tiki up.
"bob welch" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Don't figure. I do. So you're saying I've say you heard me correctly. I think that they won't you really think they're not gonna side of trying to get themselves into the AAA stuff. And I don't mean the automobile association of America. The cubs acquired utility infielder. Ronald Torres from the Yankees for cash considerations at a player or later. Yeah. Or as looks like Torah is or is it could be. I'm not sure the Peradze. He's a top notch club is. Is God dream that great old Bob Welch saw Araya's could be adults. Terai Terai s ethic to riots psoriasis. Notch clubhouse guy, very popular bug is Yankee, TV baseball skills is okay. Is on the field. But the clubhouse bet the gas money, very popular. I'll tell you what he did you wanna play gin Rummy rise cat could deal. How about a snack? Go make you a sandwich. If you love browse quarterback. Baker Mayfield has no regrets about calling former browse head coach Hugh Jackson fake. Ooh. If you're because he's no longer the head coach. I didn't see him do that on on hard dot com. Knox. I did not see that at all. He was suck it up. Trailer the parking lot. The Green Bay Packers side free agent safety. Eddie pleasant. Nice guy is that without a fire. Was I think so I was paradise. Eddie, pleasure, California. Whether the president's pleasure pleasure. Put those fire out what mattress at a time. Two girls. What mattress? Two quarterback, Mike Glennon? Hey, mike. How you doing buddy will pretty good knocked up your wife a get. Well, you've got a second child. That's all we know for sure. Second child Austin is day. Yup. That's a popular today. But was he's a boy. Congratulations you dope. Where are you right now? Anyway, big dope of right down here. The playing somewhere. I got a uniform and a clipboard. Okay. You're cardinal. Yep. Okay. Well, don't forget to put some sunscreen on out there. It's really. Pretty ivory skiing. I really adverse skew bake your bird up quickly. We'd busy up here. Big. We don't miss you at all. Gave me a lot of buddy. All way, we did. I barely got other field this year with the with the Chicago Bears. Lash barely. This year not at all because you're not on the T. Nope. Good where the cardinals a bit on the field, but just like during warmups touch the ball. He can't be surprised if found out. You're going to be surprised to find out a sat round. Throw it at you. You gotta go with us balls misshapen is Scott two points. And don't forget. All right. Nice talking to you a moron. All right. All right. You big creepy. Look good crazy. It was. Right now. The Edens out to lake cook twenty-five minutes.
"bob welch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Seven hundred wwl w sportstalk. I'm Lance mcalister. I'm on Twitter and Instagram. I'd love it. If you followed Atlanta McAllister, I would ask if there is there, a more obscure Cincinnati sports figure than than Billy Bates when it's all said and done. Yeah. The name that popped into my head. And I had to look it up. What about a lesser scale? So probably it'd be an a a conversation. How 'bout net not that? He's obscure. But it was he was in a different role as a walk on from the football team. Steve Sanders who hits the three pointer to win the shootout in what nineteen? No, I'm sorry. Not the shootout to win the opener at at the shoemaker center against twentieth. Ranked Minnesota at that point for all the the hype and excitement of the opening of the shoemaker center at UC wins on a three pointer. The last thing we had Steve on the show back in the closing of fifth. Third arena. Stephen walked on from the football team and hit the the shot that opened up. The shoemaker center, but that would not be that's not on the level of Billy Bates. What is all send Danny Jackson started that game for the reds against Bob Welch Jose can hit a home run into the right-field seats in the thirty inning. He was his only hit of the series. He went one for twelve. The reds lead reds trailed four two to Ronald had an RBI single to score Oliver in the fourth inning the made it four to three that was the last plate appearance of Ronald career. In game two of the nineteen ninety World Series. The reds tied the game in the eighth. Hatcher tripled over Jose Canseco who was who was suffering from his back spasms and hobbled. And then he scored on a force play lost in the shuffle of all that. Danny Jackson lasted two and two thirds innings and allowed four runs at night. The reds bullpen of Scott Scudder, Jack Armstrong, norm, Charlton and rob Dibble pitched seven and a third shot at ain't see back in one thousand nine hundred the reds were bullpen World Series games. Just like Craig counsel. It was two and a third into two and two thirds innings. Eddie, Danny Jackson. Let's go to the bullpen seven and a third innings from the pan. And you talk about times having changed two teams that night in a World Series game ten innings combined struck at only nine times in eighty seven plate appearances read struck out twice that night twice attending World Series game back to the phones and again, Nazis call and you can watch that entire game on the blog at seven hundred wwl. Dot com. Marcus you were on seven hundred wwl w. Hey, you.
"bob welch" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Your good mood tonight aren't you I'm always in a good mood but I'm just I'm gonna win with different move. I started off with a little Stevie and disco here. A couple of little different things, coming forward That cigarette your erstwhile semi professional producer in a board operator extraordinaire Hey wait wait and see the nation one question yeah yeah, maybe you're talking about the ground for the Cy Young Yeah All. Right I was just looking at some Cy Young numbers from American, League not even. Nationally When now this year now from in the, nineties and everything Who off the top of your head from the eighties nineties what sticks out to young people Gooden's year in eighty five non, talking American League though American League Cy Young and the eighties and the nineties Clemens Yup I've, just. Figured if you had any years that stuck out your head. Anybody it's amazing the ER as that. He's, guys had. Into, wins I'm gonna give you a quick couple yeah go ahead yeah All right so I'm. Gonna go backwards from the nineties down. Ninety, five Randy. Johnson Eighteen into two, point four, eight ERA what's a great year I did American League because everyone says you know ER Asia about a run high or a half. Run, hire so close to show? You the ball's. Juiced and, is just different pitch man ninety four David Combe. Right sixteen and five Two ninety four ERA okay Bob Welch in. Nine. Hundred. Ninety with Oakland Yup Yup two point nine. Five, twenty seven and six yeah that was that was. An incredible year for, wealthy do me a favor say flip over to the National League can. Just confirm something for me go to one thousand nine hundred, seventy four with Mike Marshall and he came out of the pen that yours became the first relief pitcher to. Win the Cy Young award how? Many wins that he have I'll betcha you had fifteen wins in. Addition to the saves yet Nineteen seventy four and I'm getting a going up now I bet you I bet you that he had fifteen wins coming out of the dodgers bullpen that year If I'm not mistaken something like that Because there's never been a pitcher that has not had at least double digit wins that's gone. On, to win the Cy Young award I there's some interesting comparison by the way of looking at up between the Graham and max Scherzer who, it came down to it right now the two leading contenders for the National. League two thousand eighteen, Cy Young award I'll get into that but I want to? Know, in seventy, four how many games, Mike Marshall one Yeah, pulling up man he was a workhorse a workhorse of course he by the. Way Mike Marshall in, nineteen eighty one pitched for the Mets at, the tail end? Of, his career Who he. Pitched with the dodgers to and a number of. Teams yeah. Yeah, going back here. It's not show me seventies it's. Only show, me the eighties here, let me keep digging with him see if I can get it over here myself hang Tae Mike marshall Nineteen. Seventy four and I think I. Got it. Got it fifteen wins and. Twelve losses there. You go And he had twenty. One saves yeah Yeah Listen to some of these others. Also so I gave, you whereas the last one I gave you Welsh gimme Welsh in ninety with. Oakland all. Right so eighty. Nine Bret Saberhagen right twenty three and. Six two. Point one six IRA And I'm saving the best for last Frank This ain't Frank viola in one. Thousand. Nine hundred eighty eight twenty eight music Yup with the twin twinkies over the twenty four hundred seven two point six four Then you had a couple of years. Early. Eighty six Clemens twenty four and four incredible season two point four eighty Oray Eighty five you. Had. Saberhagen again with a twenty. And six record two point eight seventy or a nineteen eighty Steve Stone. You remember him sure do twenty five and seven he's the only one that in the ERA threes three. Point two three well you know what's what's a common theme though with everything that you're mentioning is that. Almost without exception I think Randy Johnson's the only one that you mentioned so far and maybe cone as well everybody. Else had either twenty wins or twenty one plus and when. We used to think. About Cy Young award. Winners to tell you how much. The game. Has changed you need twenty wins to get into the win the wind has been sold the emphasized. In in. In exchange for. So. Many other statistics that people. Now consider to be much more important the win is now considered to. Be, something that's overblown statistic I got one here that's even gonna Trump you're your degrom guy over here My boy Ryan Gigiri nineteen seventy eight twenty five and three with. A one point.
"bob welch" Discussed on Q95
"What they had it weird so what was your first grown up album i remember the very first up album deep purple machine head that were bon jovi's slippery when wet all your child sticks ran delusion that's a good one i album that's a good one steppenwolf greatest hits roy was that the forty five that jokes never funny the pusher man what's that one song shooting if he runs the push obey album i ever bought was the doors oh boy you love or hate the doors i love you people them step in here my thoughts l a or like the doors i don't think jim wars can sing droid say i love bob welch oppression i like the fact i like the fact that you can be so wrong and really have a lot of confidence no you know what i'm not wrong or right that's my opinion and i'm okay if i never hear another doors on me again comedy you know everybody has a personal style okay i not everybody appeals to everybody that opening to riders on the storm that does nothing for your chick nope not really i love st okay well wait a minute i kind of like the music peace frog that's okay but but woman woman that's he comes on roadhouse blue great song let's not roadhouse how's the end zone so the beginning of apocalypse now mute you don't hear this is the okay i'm not gonna argue that it was a there's no argument it's my opinion of what was the fortieth anniversary of the release of the doors very nice in case you're learning more about the remington not really getting out of their cars still running jumping off their hair on fire hear more about the river can you want to hear about the kid more than the band can you do the airbase to the riverton i don't know i've never tried i know yeah nice oh hi.
"bob welch" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"There have actually been three times in this is no longer just about elimination games in playoff history there have been three times a team has won a playoff game in which the starter went zero two thirds of one inning we have got three games most recently in game four of the 1980 one world series bob welsh was starting for the dodgers and welches outing went like so willie randolph triple larry melbourne double dave winfield walk or do jackson single dave goals jolts a hit look these things up for dave g replaces bob wealth pitching and better ninth so welsh lasted four batters he retired none of them in that game inning ended with the yankees in the dodgers to nothing and the dodgers ultimately one eight two seven so 1980 81 bob welsh zero outs and and the doctors to one before that we go back to nineteen of forty seven we have got v brooklyn dodgers who uh who defeated the new york yankees three two this is game for the world series and nothing forty seven had enough i said that for anyway so harry taylor was the starter for the brooklyn dodgers and harry taylor's outing went so stuff snuffy stern weiss single tommy henrik i can i got it done wrecked tummy henrik single yogi berra hina that one fearless choice but there was an error and then joe dimaggio walked with the bases loaded at that point harry taylor was removed he was relieved by halla gregg who then got a pop fly and a doubleplay so even though harry taylor retired none of the first four batters he was moved from the game the yankees for just one run in the inning now this game became much more incredible later on because even though the dodgers did score a run in the fifth inning that narrowed the scored a two to one yankees bill bevan's started this game for the yankees and i'm just gonna make sure i'm not mispronouncing be vince well in any way bill bevan's from salem oregon he was starting a for the yankees and here's the really interesting thing about this game.