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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 welsh" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Terrify half the population if it pleases the hotdog who got. Oh god. i'm so sorry. Put take away my long coney in In the case of heinz versus the united states. He's going to have to recuse himself. I was so yes he cannot he could not want anything to do with the john. Kerry campaign frankfurter was a liberal supreme court justice which might explain. Why robert welsh so much welches biography which is quite a text says that the young robert welsh hated felix frankfurter because quote. The young man from north carolina. Recognized hogwash when he heard it and hogwash spelled in all caps and also spelled out with a dash in between each word. that's it's a fascinating That's a canterbury tales of bullshit. Right there yeah. Magnificent did someone who is with the john birch society right this biography. Oh yes absolutely yeah. They're sort of editorial style. Probably by bob welsh in nineteen twenty. Two welsh left harvard just a year before he would have graduated. He decided that he'd learned enough. And it was time to make a shitload of money and this wonder can had a specific plan for how he was going to get rich. The motherfucking candy business. Hell yeah hell. Yeah am candies. Where the money is man. You know that's the thing about candy. You get older. It stays at peeling the people of the same age. I don't know why tried to tried to tried two times that one. So bob's brilliant idea. Was something called the papa sucker the papa sucker the speaking of fast times jokes because it is what it sounds like. What would happen when you dad gets a blowjob but it was actually a caramel lollipop designed to not melt in the summer heat. That's what would happen if your dad got a blowjob straight and like your dad's penis it was filled with dangerous chemicals which is why it didn't melt in the summer heat. That's good stuff not a good to keep. You have take the rough with the smooth as they say. Dangerous chemicals it's not melting. Especially when it comes to your dad's genitals sure you take the rough with. This comes to fortunate fortunate. This is really gone on the rails. But they're not great rails. So despite the novelty of bob. Welches papa sucker. His first business named the oxford candy company did not go. Well the cause seems to have again been the fact that bob welsh did not play well with others. He had an increasing series of tents disagreements with his board of directors in nineteen twenty nine. They had a fight over what he described as their desire to reduce the quality of their products to improve. prophets welsh. Quit and again walked away. So we're getting a bit of a theme like everything. I wanna do is torture children for morality tales. He he just keeps getting into disagreements with people be they. His professors are his business partners. And then piecing the fuck out. That's that's early life. Bob welsh not an easy guy to get along with. So he's also not an easy guy to dissuade from his sacred task of selling candy. He set up another candy company. This one in berlin and money was tied Because he had a couple of kids by this point so he took a second job as a salesman for. Ej bracken sons which was one of the largest candy companies in the world. They're the people who make candy corn among other bracco. So they're it'll to. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah and their history's greatest. Monsters got corn pumpkin. They make candy pumpkin candy corn substances in a bunch of different shape. Oh yeah you mean. The little pumpkins that are made out of candy corn. Yes i do like the very specific term substance ever. It's made of which you don't know and it's just a substance so me and try to convince me that like candy. Pumpkins are better candy. Corn sucks candy. Pumpkins are good. No it's just more is saying it's a larger piece at the same terrible candidates. Just a ball you know. It is great i have this. There's this so. The person i lived with for a while is a is a chinese national in. She introduced me to this wonderful restaurant in portland. That's a chinese street food restaurant and have this dish that i'd never had before. That's just corn and fried batter and green onions cilantro. And it's fucking awesome. It's so good. Like i don't know how it's It's good incredible. But you know what. Bob welsh would really hate the idea of you living with japanese nationals. He would hate everything. As soon as i said chinese he would have started screaming. Ever the this head no. I convinced him. My friend was descended. From chiang kai shek he'd probably have been all right with that he was a big chang- head that way around. Yeah that'd be nation. Now dan leaving. Why are you running. I feel like you had that one in your head for years and then you horned it into a joke about changcai check because no if only. I'm tortured by new versions of that. Same shitty joke all day. Jordan's made the joke. Fifteen times on podcast. I've just edited out every time. Yeah you're wise to do so. This second candy company didn't work very well because it was the great depression and people didn't have disposable income for candy probably was a bad time to start a candy. Business nineteen twenty nine And his his new company fell. Apart in nineteen thirty-three fortunately bracks was still making money and he was doing well enough as a salesman that they took him on his full time employees which kept him afloat for the next year or so in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. He started his third candy company. The mid west candy company of attica indiana and unfortunately. His candy was as bad as his company's name and welches. Third enterprise failed. So he still papa suckers no he he had to give the leave the papa sucker behind when he had a fight with his business partner. So all the pompous the worst loss. That's the worst loss right there. He's not getting a dime for many of the poppas. That are getting sucked. These which is a real shame so yeah. Three failed candy companies and in nineteen thirty five. Bob welsh files for bankruptcy. Which is you know. Pretty on brand for him. It's the financial equivalent of like running away when you get into an argument. So so far everything. Scans he returns to boston. And he gets a job working for his younger brother who was also in the candy business and a lot more successful than his older brother. The o welch company was a success. And this is what finally brought. Robert welsh the wealthy desired. He was made. Vp in charge of sales and advertising and as the company grew this roberts spent years travelling across the country to offices in atlanta pittsburgh's houston los angeles and seattle. Now a wealthy man. He began racking up positions on government. Boards the boston chamber of commerce. The cambridge chamber of commerce and eventually a role is a national councillor for the us chamber of commerce is. Oh anything that is you into a right wing lunatic more than getting rich off of somebody else's work yeah especially breath sports yeah right regular right wing thing how. They all get to where they are. Go ahead sorry will just. He takes a lot of credit for the company's success but judging by the fact that he had three failed candy companies in only succeeded when he latched onto his brothers. I'm gonna guess. James was the talented the might be the case. Yeah yeah d- if i recall correctly. Didn't they make some like pretty like memorable candies. Yeah no the james o welch companies made some some of the group. All time great candies. They all sound weird. I think is yeah and they had some sort of weird sugary rope thing. i don't know they. They made a bunch of candy cows. Yeah it's not like it's not like the god fearing modern candy that we have today. It was all strange and terrifying and involve owns little nibbles those little. Cnn even sell kids something with horror in the name. Now it's just the social justice warriors. Yeah cancel coaches runamuck. And now we have our hor- hound candy.
"bob welsh" Discussed on Q95
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"bob welsh" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"They'll to pitch fastball. The box does not like the call that doesn't matter no assembly guard has his third career complete game shutout where he did all the heavy lifting. We rose on WCBS eight eighty the Mets over the reds wanted. Nothing. Owning a split. The four game set Mahia five and five homestand improving to sixteen and fifteen for the season. Syndergaard with a one hundred four pitch for hitter. Ten strikeouts. Just one walk and his third inning Homer provided the margin of victory. His second. Jack this season the sixth of his career Syndergaard. The first sets Bob Welsh back in nineteen eighty three to Homer and throw a complete game. One. Nothing win the Mets begin a six game road trip tonight as they take on the brewers. It'll be Stephen match versus Brandon Woodruff the Yankees off on Thursday after that six and three road trip there at the stadium tonight against the twins coverage on the fan begins at six twenty five. Minnesota leads the American League with a record of nineteen ten DJ LeMay Miguel on heart could both return from. Their injuries this weekend. And Clint Frazier could be back with the bombers early next week manager Aaron Boone we'll have the pleasant dilemma of making out his lineup card with several newcomers. Having impressed him in their roles as fillets guys that have have earned more of a role with our club has has, you know, up their their value and their stock, and, you know, they're gained some valuable experience and guys that even moving forward are still going to have a chance to play valuable roles with Boone with Mike francesa yesterday here on the fan. Send James Paxton to the mount tonight, it'll go it'll be Kyle Gibson going for Minnesota check in scores. The Padres in the National League beat the Braves eleven to the nationals with a two one win over the cardinals denying Saint Louis four-game. Sweep the NATs fired their pitchy. Coach Derek Lilla Quist Rockies outscore the brewers eleven to six American League twins eight Astros to raise beat the royals three to one the White Sox with a three run Homer in the bottom of the. The ninth from Nikki del Monaco beat the Red Sox six to four was the angel six two over the Blue Jays..
"bob welsh" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Our number two the rich Eisen show her on the air. We just spent the last several minutes here going down a a memory lane trip because we talked at the end of our number one that Christian yelich just broke the brewers record for most home runs in the first twenty games of a season. Breaking rob deers record of of nine back in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven and I talked about how you you said that rob deer. Probably led the league in strikeouts that year. And I said that I I bet it was the year that I saw him get struck out a million times in a game by Dwight Gooden. And the brewers were in the American League at the time, and it wasn't nineteen eighty-seven that he's so rob deer. Get struck out. It was nine hundred eighty five when rob deer was on the giants. So I was right that I saw rob deer. Get struck out by Dwight Gooden and Shea Stadium on a night that white struck out a million people like they ran out of ks sixteen and. But rob deer only. We look this up. This is great. We're just looked it up because I want to get this. Right. What was the date that? I was at August. Twentieth. Nineteen eighty-five was there that night. Do I couldn't was a twenty year old FINA? I'm twenty nine years old. He add a town and the palm of his hand. Yup. Every star was a festival it Shea Stadium. Even I wanted to go to Shea Stadium as a Yankee fan, go see him. That's how I got the Yankee fan that went to shares you and you're in high school. I was a junior in high school getting set for my senior year. He went twenty four and four that year. Yeah. He was but rob deer. Only struck out one mayor actually only struck out once for one with a strikeout pinch hit. Okay. Late in the game. But Dwight had sixteen who to get that night. Who know he got a Bob Brennan three times. Jose your rebate twice you re day. Brad Wellman twice. Brad Wellman Joel Youngblood twice young. But former I think is a former Mitchell young Youngblood. I was nuts. Won the game that night, right? They win the game three nothing. Dwight Gooden nine innings sixteen strikeouts. He went the distance sixteen strikeouts. Oh, man that was his nineteenth one of the year. Anyone how many Wednesday yet he was twenty four and four four. Nineteenth one of the year. And it wasn't even September yet. We'll any pitcher in major league baseball getting nineteen wins this year. Was the last twenty game winner. Major league baseball about them apples. How about that standby? Was there a twenty game winner last year? Well, anybody even get nineteen wins this year? I mean, and he had nineteen in August. And it's just the wok. It's era of of bringing somebody in the sixth inning because they can throw gas and you're going through third time or like Dwight Gooden, you gotta sit him because he's going through the lineup. Third time through analytics would have gotten quite good. Not at the twenty year old. I couldn't last year Blake's now at twenty one to go. So Tampa Tampa Tampa Bay Ray fans were yelling at their radios. Right there. Actually, there's been one every year since two thousand nine except twenty seventeen. So the I will say yes, somebody will get this year. Then how about that? It just doesn't seem like guys get twenty wins anymore. It does something that matters. Right. I mean Bob Welsh at twenty-seven Welsh in the early nineties, adding never happen. Again, seeing Bob Welsh strikeout Reggie Jackson in the World Series was something else. That's when a while. I'm going down memory lane here, man. Baseball was better. How does that sound? I am an old man. Baseball was better. Thank you the ball in play. They didn't shift and when guys came out to clear benches..
"bob welsh" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"So the other way to enter this question is to sort by the least war produced by a draft. And that way the answer is the nineteen seventy four cubs who produced negative five point six war for themselves for the the drafting team and negative six point six war. Overall in terms of career, so nineteen seventy four cubs. We're the worst in that way. They actually did have three signed players majors. But one of them was Scott Thompson who is worth negative five point seven four in his career that was their first round pick. And then they had two other players make the majors and both of them were sub replacement. So you add it all up and those guys were worse than zero. Now, obviously if you are the player you'd rather make the majors and be a sub replacement player than never to make the majors. But you could make the case that it's worse for the team to have someone actively dragging you down than never making it at all they did draft. Bob Welsh that year in the fourteenth round. And Bob Welsh ended up being very good. But they did not sign him. So he signed in a later draft. So he doesn't count so nineteen seventy four cubs would be the worst draft ever in that way. And some other terrible one's nineteen ninety s stroz nineteen Ninety-four Phillies in nineteen Seventy-three Braves. All produced negative for wins or fewer for the drafting team. So last thing I will say about this, and I'll put the whole data set in a Google sheet. If you want to go play around with it, don't see why not I just figured I might mention the baselines here because I think that's something that we all think about and wonder about what is a good draft. How do you define a good draft? How much talent does the typical draft produce? So a limited this to nineteen sixty five to two thousand just because players drafted in two thousand or, you know, mostly done with their careers, perhaps not quite in some cases. But the average output from a teams draft in one year, the average number of may. Leaguers drafted and signed is four point three. So about that. I mean the draft for a lot of this time was forty rounds. And the average team gets four major leaguers out of that. So, you know, one out of every ten picks maybe makes the majors obviously concentrated toward the early rounds. The average war produced for the team by its drafted players eleven point seven which is not a ton, obviously. And the average career war produced by all players in a teams draft around twenty four point five, and that's their entire careers over all picks in the draft. So that makes thing maybe that kind of calibrates your expectations. I mean, you get one stupor star one really great player, and you're already ahead of the typical draft like, and maybe this is changed over time. If you looked at it in more recent years, perhaps teams would be better at this than they used to be. But. Really it remains a pretty low probability exercise, even though it is an important one speaking of focusing on prospects. How do you think? Hey, Seuss Monteiro is right now. Okay. Maybe like twenty eight twenty nine years old his Montana's only twenty nine years old. Anyway, I do have a pseudo very quick step last if you wouldn't mind her a a completely different story interjection. So last year I had written about how much I liked catella Martine as a breakout pick and he had a fine season. He did improve. He got up to two point five wins of of replacement according to fan graphs, but let me tell you one more time on Cottrell Marta. And here's here's here's what it like. Okay. So the league average you might be familiar when we wouldn't be talking about pitchers had fan, graphs. We like to look at strikeout rate minus walk rate..
"bob welsh" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Yeah. Welcome back. Everybody wildcard Wednesday. Good windy. That is any artists any song anything three one two nine eight one seven two hundred and yeah, it's that was Carol from brick field who wanted to hear Br Bob Welsh with precious love, and that ends our theme of love songs this morning. Okay. Hey, we haven't had a we haven't had a TV theme. This morning. All we have. It's a it's a strange morning because the a lot of socks have themes. We did Paul political things that are gonna show. We did love songs there is an anniversary song after four thirty. And then after four forty five we will get our TV lease one TV theme song which on wildcard Wednesday. We always get at least one. All right. Thanks for participating everybody. It's fun three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. Welcome back. We're here live in the Allstate's guidelines studio, and we were talking about some memorable and sometimes weird celebrity endorsements. For products and your favorite celebrity endorsed commercials. Yeah. About Peyton Manning. Peyton Manning is one of the most recognizable faces in sports and as an elite quarterback in the NFL. His approachable everyman demeanor made him the highest paid endorser in the league with twelve million dollars endorsements a year. How many would he's got a ton right? Is he nationwide is on your side. He's on that with whoever the hell the country guy is Brad paisley of can't prejudice. But he's got that. Well, he's got a ton. Right. Manning Papa John's. Yeah. What about his brother is he having a year? They did the football on your phone. That's right. Which of course was played here on the on the show. Ricky's are brought that in. All right. Peyton Manning's funny, man. I think pacman very funny. He was very when he's hosted Saturday Night Live a couple times. He's very funny. We got a ton of texts coming in eight four seven Sam Elliott doing the beef commercials. I love beef. It's what's for dinner. Get Sam Elliott. He'll love Sam Elliott. Steve says Broadway Joe and legs. Joe Joe Nemeth wearing pantyhose in the legs commercial. Three three one says how about Ricardo Montalban for Chrysler. Oh, yes. Carden didn't Kurt Kurt. What was it? Kirk court quarter Wrentham Caribbean. Yes. Carinthian leather. Eight one five area code Orson Welles for wine. Yeah. Gallo wine. Now, Dan, have you ever seen the outtakes? Oh my God. Orson Welles bombed like a believe he drank five six gallons of wine. While they're trying to shoot this thing. And and because the two people that are in the commercial with him because they have to pour wine, and he keeps screwing up his lines. Because he's completely annihilated. Orson welles. And so they have to keep reporting like in pouring over and over again. Like, I can't I can't remember how many takes it is. But it's on it's on YouTube. You could see Orson Welles drunk Gallo. We serve no wine before its time. There's also I believe audio of him getting notes from a director while doing a commercial for frozen peas, right? First of all. He's just doing I realize he's just doing like a frozen peas commercial. And you're the director of the frozen p commercial you don't give notes to Orson Welles. Like if I were the director of anything and Orson Welles, I would not give him one note. He's Orson Welles. You know, one of the greatest filmmakers that has ever lived in one of the greatest directors of all time. You don't give worse than wells notes. This guy who was in charge of the frozen p commercials was giving him wine readings and Orson Welles was not having it. Doug plank for watertight basements. Oh, yeah. I can't remember that Steve Ontiveros for hairline creates. Dan, you're too young to remember, Stephen Taveras, right MTO? Oh, he was. He was handsome. Cub. While Bill says, George Brent Dorsey preparation H. Well, that's the thing. George brett. Arguably one of the best baseball players this ever played the game. But the first thing that I think of when I think George Brett the first two things that I think of when I think George Brett. And this is this is really a shame. It's a damn shame. Because George Brent is truly one of the greatest baseball players of all time. And the first two things that I think of if you mentioned George Brett are hemorrhoids and pine tar those are the first those of the first two things, and this guy has some incredible numbers has played played baseball for a long time. One of the best pro baseball players of all time. And seriously, the first thing, I if you say George Brett to me, the first thing, I think of is hemorrhoids and pine tar. That's the first thing. I think that's really too bad. Eight one five area code says the h Jon Benjamin for arby's is really weird. Yes. It is. Ema says Fred Flintstone and Barney rubble for Winston cigarettes. We've played that audio bunch of times. And it's fantastic. Children's cartoon endorsing cigarettes with Fred and Barney smoking away. Three one area code says. Randy macho man, Randy savage and pocket. Meet wait a minute. What? His slim jims. I agree reestablish his pocket me. Okay. Yeah. So says never do a slim, Jim. Ooh. So, but by the way, I'm looking at the TV Deanna channel nine as you know, we we always have a Jeremy Colloton is on right now, they're like showing like a press conference, and they're showing him at the practice. He looks like he's twelve years old. He's at the dry erase board. And he's like right now plays and stuff at the practice. I'm like who is this five year old who's he looks like he he looks ten. He he's he's thirty three years old. So I'm twenty years older than this guy. And he's now coaching the Blackhawks he looks like he's eleven years old. I thought he was giving a presentation. You know? I remember one of our past. You know, what did you last feel old somebody texted in? Oh, you know was when I realized that was older than every major league baseball player. And then you said, it's also when you realize that you're older than some of the coaches. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. I'm twenty years older than the coach of the Chicago Blackhawks. I want to let that sink in for a second. I am twenty years older than the coach of the Chicago Blackhawks. I was looking at some of the players are older than him. Probably looking at him going who is this kid for them? Kevin Powell said Brent Seabrook. Played with them. Fever. All right. Well, that wasn't big news at all in the morning. I wasn't shocked at all at eight o'clock in the morning when I got the news. The coin Ville got fired that wasn't shocking at all. It didn't make me angry at all. I wasn't confused and angry for the entire day. All right. Let's break news is coming up next. Then we'll talk more about celebrity endorsements..
"bob welsh" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"They can fastball was going to try to drive it out of the ballpark. He got fool with that pitch. I mean, that's that's what it takes some time to get great dinners out, particularly when they're on a roll max Muncie first basement up walked and scored on the double wide Machado. That's our run taken strike one just to finish on Turner, ROY Campanella award winner. And that means something when you're in the family that there you go. I means a lot. Yes. You know, dodger family came up with them. Wonderful years one of them. Swung on a miss Fulton efforts to hit. Oh. And to show making good pitchers as you point out. You know, I'll never forget being in spring training as an eighteen year old kid ROY Campanella in his wheelchair down there. Working with the catchers while sandy Colfax, Ron paranoia skin. Don, Drysdale Rhonda amount, working with all those young pitchers. Ooh. That was close, but he held off and on to the ball. What a thrill. Well, I'll just give you some names. Bob Welsh, Dave Stewart Fernando Valenzuela Ted power Orel Hershiser. Oh, how about Mike social he caught for a while with the help of ROY Campanella? Swung on a mess. Voltaire who told me the week at both called him that because for a long time. I wasn't sure I could get Fulton out. But I practice it a lot. So I feel fairly comfortable with that. But faulty told us it really his key. He doesn't have command of this fastball. He said he has better command of the slider. And the slider was the pitch that he got the third strike right there on Muncie. The sliders a pitch I feel like he's really going to need with Machado here. It's a it's a heartbreaking ball. It's a flatter. Breaking ball, not near the big break that you see from Richhill. But it's a key. That helps him get away with mistake. Located fastballs Machado who doubled in the first inning score. Monty looks at bar one has only to hitching a series two for thirteen bolted driven and runs. Two run Homer came to and the double here. Oh, that's a bullet to center, but right, and she architect. Center fielder. Been busy the catcher been busy and one two three for forty a great name for scrabble tougher. Announcers. Double letter word. You're one of a kind of over. Thank goodness. Thank goodness..
"bob welsh" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"It was tense it was tense and so i keep asking about the guy who wasn't there and it was really awkward i could see neil with sort of smiling and being cool were mike seem just a little disengaged will mike spin through a lot he lost some petty this year yet and he talked about that it's been a really rough time for mike i feel awful formed after after go through the loss of his best friend and his musical partner where imagined for neil finn is just like hey this is wild he couldn't believe that because he was just sitting in new zealand and the phone rang it's hey to join fleetwood mac it's like what the hell sure they explain in the interview how they came to the idea of these people yeah the thing is from day one it's been mick fleetwood 's band so when people leave if it's peter green leaving or bob welsh or whoever it's mixed job to find new people so he was doing this in nineteen sixty nine and doing two months ago yes what is referred to earlier for people don't know that fleetwood mac has had a very long history including a very long history before stevie nicks and lindsey buckingham joined the band yes so you know yes for for some of them like it's just another change it was very smart name the group after the rhythm section because they're the two ones that have been there the entire time it's been the same drummer and saint bass player which is fleetwood mac from day one but everybody else just lee sierra they could've brought in lille's and to be.
"bob welsh" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Remember with the dodgers i kept that little counter on the night before i pitched or two nights before i pitched and had to report every twenty five pitches to the pitching coach and i think the guy that i had to keep the counter for was bobby welsh and they kept averages on welsh from zero to twenty five twenty six to fifty fifty one to seventy five and then seventy six and beyond that and they found that the batting averages really went up after welsh thrown seventy five pitches so that pitch count was really relative to bob welsh and i'm certain with the other starting pitchers as well but that's what they told me about that so if welsh had a low pitch count and the hitters weren't really squaring up with them he got a chance to go beyond six or seven innings now today it seems to me that every pitcher before every ball game has a specific role and i'm certain because the players get to the ballpark so much earlier now than what they did then they have a pretty good idea of when they're going to come into a ball game because all of the stats are put on an ipad and they're able to review how their numbers match up against the opposition if you have a left handed guy who comes in who gets left handed batters out there's a good chance he's going to face the middle of the order the banning the guys who bat left handed in the middle of the order if the game is in maybe six to the eighth inning and then you have the guys who bridget from the starter to their closer and then the closer comes on if the team has the.
"bob welsh" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Do you remember who that why now jimmy win he was an win played center field for the dodgers on those teams that went to the world series in the early seventies and then in terms of somebody that and this kind of weird story somebody that kind of broke onto the scene and was great young then at a drinking problem and then straighten it out remember bob welsh bob welsh came up as a young dodgers flame right hander the famous strikeout to knee right and then when he's young and then they came back with the as ready really strong those are three of them i was a really big our oliver fancher i loved him zero zero when he was in pittsburgh he quit texas and in texas he quit at about twenty nine hundred hits he was hitting just fine i never understood why didn't go for three thousand bruce suitor the closer for the cubs through the greatest split finger fastball of all time you wanna talk about a pitch it would just drop completely off the table he was literally unhittable not not literally i've been yeah it's some people in the last one in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight i was texas rangers fan and they signed to free agents john matt lack and richie this right remember on opening day they played the ankles john matt lack through shutout and ritchie this hit the game winning home remember those guys really clear yeah right steve now you can play it.
"bob welsh" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Yeah i agree yesterday we played the highlights from the seventy eight world series i was fourteen years old huge dodger fan bob welt strikes at reggie jackson that was one of the coolest things i've seen a baseball like all the drama that moment with mr october routed three owners the year before and bob welt strikes him out and at that point the dodgers at a to a lead in that world series at the end of game two and then the yankees won the next four games and that was punctuated by reggie jackson hitting a homerun off bob welsh absolutely to this guy 100 percent agree with you i love that moment bob welsh against reggie jackson who was a cool moment and i kinda try to forget about what happened the rest that world series josh yeah i i can't say a blame you buster but hey i mean that that's the point of being a fan that's what's cool about being a fan you need those bruises on your heart uh i'd rather be a fan of a team that loses at that championship level than the fan another team finishes in last place every year never gets are broken because that's part of the fun uh i'm in cleveland may maybe people here would disagree although they sailed probably love talking about that what i say davis homerun off jab in in the world and they get to choose i mean they they could have either way they they see it both ways they could either be an indian span and or be a brown's men tell me which ones more fun yeah you're right 100 percent interesting conversation i know i know some france were fancied rather not experienced heartbreak though i must tell you in fact i have friends greg burrel my good friend if i went to college where the huge red sox fans to this day he wanted knowledge of the ball got through bucknor's legs.
"bob welsh" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Todd we totally bought in to your thought it becomes a lot less pressure than the nationals in this case i don't think so i don't think there'd be an advantage either way i think the dodgers applying was so much confidence i don't think that that the cubs would have a psychological edge t jones's at t n j six twenty nine and says buster what do you think the top quality is forum major league manager the ability to manage egos men zeman itself or talent evaluation leadership ability creating a good cultures number one number two the ability to run a pitching staff couple more garrett sealed zack garrett underscore shields and says if the yankees win tonight and make the lcs we'll their season be seen as more of a success in the red sox season even though the sox when the alias yes i think it has been more of a success we talked about how much pressure the red sox were under coming into the postseason you know what they did in advance any further than they did last year even though they had traded for chris sale couldn't agree more and finally got this one from jacob eight reagan whose at jacob age reagan jacob says buster which homefield environment is most hostile to go into in the postseason last few years not just this one wrigley field i think certainly there's a lot of emotion their players talk about that but yankee stadium i think he's is different type of place you the day i was talking with austin jackson former yankee writing came up in their organization i asked him and said hey how did the fans treat you here uh in a given that you came up in the organization you probably get a passing just looked at me like i said the stupidest thing ever he does now there they get on you pretty good so i think yankee stadium probably be that place would be the most and comfortable the blood deep those questions coming use the hashtag liter tweets and keep in mind busters at an airport today in that is a zipper going crosses microphone keep that might one last thing this date in baseball history and 1978 in game two of the world series between the dodgers and the yankees when he ethic match ups of all time bob welsh pitching to reggie jackson with two outs in the ninth inning gave a lesson work.
"bob welsh" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Did i think he's in that type of conversation but he has done enough that you're going to start thinking about him but if he will is you're gonna start considering a most guys don't do enough as a rookie at your even think about this you are thinking about his legacy because it i know it is one of those situations where he's so good that you think you're going to continue this pace in in every by seems to think the same thing you think about price harper insomnia other guy he's going to continue to pace he's worth four hundred million dollars where would he be at the ldl entitled i i will say this he's probably had the greatest rookie season since jackie i'll save a sadist that osce this was the baseball historian if he has his reggie moment then we will say uh he's he's a legend miss october will was regs moment hello this one home runs of their yellow her three homers three pitchers again bob welsh known as if he if he does this and the worlds in the north american series hits several hormones and metal world they do puerto were aware as you from well bahamas but darvish over these are repair but he's quite an awards aurora clan so but anyway but if he has after meeting as the largest hill in the series and he's like the leading it is the every paid any zeleny man i remember bob look you don't remember bob he's always bodies the pitch it righthander but when number two non a nerd like yours number 35 settle bobby will seek it you know your stuff who would us could be ask you about a baseball is how do you think what will miss the baseball will does had to do to beat the cubs or national.
"bob welsh" 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.
"bob welsh" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"So la because he talks about receded which is a town of san fernando valley he talked about ventura boulevard the main artery of the san fernando valley he filmed the video the sherman oaks gallery of those kids going down the escalators and all and i remember thinking so 'cause it receives from gainesville florida some gains of obamacare but he's a he's encino la to is very much so but anyway all great memories we got it entirely mike moore 1989 nineteen eleven with a two six one what's he threw two hundred forty one in asks what bob welsh have that year d he got twenty plus right i'll look but whatever reason and one of the things i remember thinking when they played running down a dream is mike moore warmed up in game two i remember thinking kathy oakland coliseum always plays more current music than candlestick park does they were the as always ahead of the curve in sorta hiccuper in game sounds hell right down to cool in the gang celebrate in 1980 one when they would when a game which by the way i still endorsed to this day and if dave cavill ever gets that stadium built over there i want celebrate played when they won their first game here here i've always thought that was one of this i don't even care how played out it is i love when the a's win and play cool the gang celebrate and so there you go i look i make more just second but probably a check of the cash we text lie next i look at yeah from the 510 goes right to our point of the the profound simplicity of the tom petty live 510 just texted it will i don't know but i've been told you never slow down you never get old tired of screwing up tired of going down tired of myself tired of this town yeah oh man i.
"bob welsh" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Seeing him one day in cooperstown because i just don't think the career was quite at that level well no he was not a a great pitcher but what i'm asking you is do you believe that because the the bars lowered while we start seeing pictures get into into the hall of fame without these three hundred win plateau without two hundred fifty win because if you don't in it if he goes commensurate on rings you know a baseball it doesn't happen everyone does it get a written eventually baseball so how will it be measured that that's the question i i can go to mark brawley's numbers are one of my favorite websites baseball reference dot com and i could put his name in that machine and and we can find pictures that have similar numbers to mark burleigh some of the names that come out of there is catfish hunter of course all her shaiza fyre cay kevin brown rick rush cc sabathia who could be a hall of famer see about that our toll cologne is also a similar pitcher to mark burleigh at lingered i'm david wells bob welsh is on that list as well so those are some hall the very good pitchers actually i've this top10 two of them only halloffamer's based on the careers so i'm wondering if there's going to be a situation where someone wins two hundred plus games to ten without a ray rain will they be hall of fame worthy because otherwise we're going to have a whole generation of pictures that don't reach three hundred wins that don't make all the thing go i agree with you i i think that the numbers are flipped because you're not going to have to get the three hundred any morris pitcher and just because you get the five hundred as a hitter we've seen that kannik blow up in smoke right right so i go i'm with you 100 percent on that i think there's gonna be a lot of pictures going in the hall of fame the next twenty to thirty years that finished their careers of far below three hundred wins i think that's that's that's a that's a lock for that to happen now it'll be guys who don't lose a lot of games who don't pick for may be as long as not going to see the the twenty five year careers anymore sump.
"bob welsh" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Art health care on this day in nigeria ninety five derek jeter made his major league debut twenty three years ago with it the into and we were there in two thousand nine and a three one yankees victory over the indians in cleveland mariana rivera saved andy pettitte win for the fifty eight nine thousand bob welsh and dennis eckersley for the most wind save combinations in majorleague history by the time they retired mariano had saved seventy two of andy's wins and on this date it's one each weldon chicago roger clemens struck out eleven batters becoming the third butchered majorleague his rudest rug out jenna more batters one hundred times although clemens loved the game after seven innings trailing three one a two run single by bernie williams followed by a threerun home run by the shia beano in the night gave the anc's a six three comefrombehind victory over the white house well today the yankees begin this road trip they're in first place with a a very nice lead it really doesn't mean anything because as in know whatever hundred fifteen games to go but the yankees do have a three and a half game lead over boston and former law side and the orioles who have lost seven straight thirteen out of sixteen of the orioles are four out of five on the law saad so today the you send out the young lefthander jordan montgomery and baltimore counters with their best pitcher a righthanded name dylan bundy against the pitching matchups on this memorial day wherever you're spending the day however you spending the day and i hope that we bring you soon some vandalism happiness on the radio today.