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"May actually cost less than flying coach this year But this is going to be a Davos unlike any we've seen Tom for starters no snow strangely no skiing no Russian oligarchs And a backdrop this year that is bleak economically and politically Tom why is this even happening A couple ideas I actually looked up at the Gulf Stream costs here jet fuel through the roof and it's $21,000 Just to get it up I'm not taking the Gulf Stream Okay Folks you say good morning to Swiss air They get me over to us Switzerland that will be shell shocked This is of course the great independent state The war is front and center Joe And what I would say is so so important is the World Economic Forum This time around is more on the page with the zeitgeist than I've seen them in 20 years I understand the war the war is front and center They're doing all the other themes that risks global warming all the rest of it but Klaus Schwab doctor Schwab is said the war matters You know I want to get to the real stuff with you I cover politics We have a G 7 right And you've got the big family photo You've got a lot of posturing a lot of mission statements but it's the buy lats It's the bilateral conversations that you don't get to be in the room for The actual in your case the deal making is that part still intact There's two parts to the deal making of the elite and Davos One of them which I think has been way under reported is it's no different Joe than the plumber's convention in Las Vegas where yeah there's a lot of partying but people are there to do a lot a lot of business The corporate officers that go including our leadership at Bloomberg work nonstop seeing people that they see once a year It is exactly like the plumber's convention in Las Vegas How much of it is spontaneous It's very planned because people are on very short schedules One of the great things about Davos in the modern calendar is the casual European four day 5 day conference for many people to squeezed into a 48 hours in and out That's sort of the backstory The front story to your point is there is a zeitgeist not traditionally on a Monday start I would say by Wednesday morning it's completely changed into what really matters to people And that happens year after year after year but this may meeting is so different and so truncated that I'm not really sure how that's going to play out Secretary Gina raimondo our commerce secretary will be representing the administration I know you're going to be talking with her next week Tom What kind of an aura does the United States have Particularly the administration walking into this meeting Loaded question That's like the Boston Red Sox in a year where there are actually competent versus what's going on Well we don't have to worry about that this year It is so so changed in changeable over the years Of course everyone remembers the excitement of Donald Trump coming and what was he going to say And all that without being political it was a clumsy moment When president Xi spoke in Davos in 2017 it was shocking the quiet that descended on the valley like a four or 5 mile valley you could feel the silence is he spoke in the elite's hope that things would work out Take a memo Joe it didn't work out Yeah I heard that For the U.S. it's so ever changing I will never forget years ago where the Bush administration everyone was there but Laura and George And I'm there with rob Portman retiring now as a senator from Ohio And I don't know what undersecretary he was or whatever But I'm literally sitting at the counter with rob Portman over eggs and potatoes trying to stuff in some food late at night I mean it's those kind of moments And then that changes to now where the U.S. doesn't really want to project here So they send along mister raimondo of Rhode Island to be the face of the administration This of course is the administration carries out an important trip to Asia The connection is China It's always about the elephant in the room and the elephant in the room is China Their growth their percentage of global growth and Joe I would suggest a great theme there will be what is China like after lockdown And we do that every day in surveillance We debate with people about when will the lockdown and et cetera et cetera But I think a great theme will be what will China be like and the Pacific Rim and Asia be like after lockdown All this said we're talking a lot about the political undercurrents here at Tom How about the economic undercurrents and the markets themselves The last time we saw everything go down You're showing up in Davos with people licking their wounds Tom That's happened before in any number of flavors and tap as it checks all are we there Yeah I guess we're there this time but Joe I've been talking about this this week across Bloomberg surveillance show You can hear it and see it 5 days a week Yeah I'm a fan Well I didn't know if you were where we were on That early you're only sliding in at 10 a.m. There are a couple of mornings I've been there for that yeah Oh that's good But the big thing here not spoken is the decline in the bond market The financial media and I'm as guilty of this as anyone is equity driven There's all sorts of reasons for that we don't need to go to I think your show's different on the front there We're trying That was something I was the invention but it stock market stock market stock market stock market And the.
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"P. sports on the ferry the Astros are making a return trip to the fall classic correspondent Adam splaine has the details on the shoulders of your don Alvarez's for for for night the Houston Astros are American League champions for the third time in five years after beating the Boston Red Sox in game six of the American League Championship Series tied to nothing the four hit night caps a series for Alvarez that saw him bat five twenty two earning him series MVP honors Astros shortstop Carlos Correa says he's excited to get back to this point when okay guys I love the red Sox were held to just three runs over the last three games of the series over to the NBA Kevin Durant had a triple double in the nets closed on a sixteen one run to beat the seventy Sixers one fourteen one oh nine Taran had twenty nine points fifteen rebounds and twelve assists for the nets who trailed by fourteen before getting their first win the defense side you know that's how I can't turn their attentions plant right wait stop terms like that the Suns beat the Lakers one fifteen one oh five the jazz knocked off the kings one ten one one the next role to a one twenty one ninety six route of the magic the raptors clobbered the Celtics one fifteen eighty three the bulls for one twenty eight one twelve winners over the pelicans the nuggets are to one oh two ninety six victory against the spurs the wizards outlasted the Pacers one thirty five one thirty four in overtime the rockets hammered the thunder one twenty four ninety one and the Hornets posted at one twenty three one twelve win over the Cavaliers in hockey Charlie Coyle had a goal and two assists as the Bruins handed the Sabres their first loss of the season for one Taylor hall had a goal and an assist to back Linas hallmark who stopped thirty four shots against his former team but it's definitely going to be one of those life to live long memories for sure it was very special elsewhere on NHL ice it was a shark's beating the Leafs five three the stars getting a three two overtime win against the kings in the Orleans defeating the golden knights five three Dave Ferrie AP sports
Astros celebrate after advancing to World Series
"On the shoulders of your don Alvarez's for for for night the Houston Astros are American League champions for the third time in five years after beating the Boston Red Sox in game six of the American League Championship Series tied to nothing the four hit night caps a series for Alvarez that saw him bat five twenty two earning him series MVP honors after scoring a combined twenty one runs during their wins in games two and three the red Sox were held to just three runs over the last three games of the series Adam small lane Houston
Red Sox hit 2 slams in first 2 innings, even series
"The Boston Red Sox became the first team in major league history to hit two grand slams in the same post season games and in doing so tied the American League championship series at a game apiece the nine five win over the Houston Astros JD Martinez staked the red Sox to a four nothing lead with his first inning grand slam and Rafael Devers followed suit in the second date of all the earned the win for Boston after allowing three runs over five one third innings illegal retail drove in three runs for the Astros game three is Monday night in Boston Adam Scott lane Houston
McCullers still hoping to help Astros despite injury
"Carlos Correa seventeen home run broke a three three tie as the Houston Astros took the opener of the American League Championship Series with a five four win over the Boston Red Sox the Astros added an insurance run in the bottom of the eighth which they needed because ki K. Hernandez led off the ninth with a solo Homer to Ryan Pressly retired the next three hitters to preserve the win Houston fell behind three to one in the third but seven Astros relievers held the red Sox to just one run over six one third innings he gave Hernandez finished four for five with two homers Adams pulling Houston
Altuve, Astros going back to ALCS after topping White Sox
"Jose Altuve they filled up the stat sheet as the Astros defeated the white Sox ten to one does winning the ale DS in four games L. to be had three hits a home run and three RBIs and also scored four times L. two B. says he doesn't try and put a big numbers in big games before dinner you should not think about be the hero you got to be ready just in case you need to be determined so I think that's the mentality will have you know we just trying to win a game Michael Brantley chipped in with three hits as the Astros had fourteen for the game to go along with four stolen bases the Astros now advance on to the A. L. C. S. for the fifth straight year and they'll have home field advantage against the Boston Red Sox with that series starting on Friday night David Shuster Chicago
Red Sox flex muscles, power past Rays 14-6 to even ALDS 1-1
"The Boston Red Sox pounded out twenty hits led by a five hit performance by Kiki Hernandez to defeat the Tampa Bay rays fourteen to six in game two of the American League division series one night after taking over for caller Hernandez finished with one of Boston's franchise record five home runs in the game and also had three doubles talk to hitting coaches and we came up with a with a with a plan to work for and and the Cajun isolated to the two B. P. and I feel a little bit better and I had an okay game Jenner how could earn the win taking over for Chris sale who allowed five first inning runs the way it allows the red Sox to even the best of five division series at one game apiece splitting the first two games at Tropicana field Steve Kerr in Saint Petersburg
"boston red sox" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"Ends October 10th back with Alex barth of 98 5 the sports hub and you can follow them on Twitter at real Alex barth, apparently doesn't know how to center himself on his camera as we're doing. Podcast. Are you with us? Yeah. Okay. You could move over to your right just to see, I get because there's this. I don't have like a perfect way to balance everything here. Way to prep for this podcast, I appreciate it, Alex. You come through for us all the time, you're awesome. All right, let's spend some time as we wrap it up on the Tampa Bay Rays and the things that the Red Sox is going to have to do. First of all, they're starting pitching is going to have to control the top 5 batters in their order which figure to be. Randy, rosarina, playing left field, wander Franco, the super sensation rookie that was brought up in mid season and he hasn't disappointed. He's their shortstop. DH Nelson Cruz, who has experience up the wazoo. This will not be in a bigger than life situation for him batting third. Batting fourth cleanup is third baseman yandy Diaz and batting 5th, second baseman likely to be batting 5th Brandon Lau with a lot of pop. He had three homers in a game I believe recently against the New York Yankees a blowout win as the Tampa Bay Rays clinched a hundred win season in the best record in the American League. That's one thing. And the other thing is their rotation. The Red Sox are going to face Shane mcclanahan in game number one. And he it seems like we say this every year, Alex barth, about Tampa Bay pictures. He had a breakout year as a young picture in the ray's rotation. He's a left hander he had a ten and 6 record this past year, 3.43 ERA. He starts game one a little more than a year after he became the first picture in MLB history to debut. Make his debut in the postseason. He posted a 3.01 ERA with 99 strikeouts over the last three months of the season. And, you know, he is a guy that is really, I think in a try and give Tampa Bay a boost right out of the gate. Yeah, I mean, I think they've got a bank on him because without glass now. And we talked about this a while ago, like, I thought Tampa was out of it without glass now, because I wasn't a huge fan of their pitching rotation now. Mcclanahan's come on and sometimes it's hard to project with rookies right and he's obviously been that guy. So he checks a box, but Ryan Yarborough struggled Michael walker's struggle. So if you can, if you're the Red Sox, and this is obviously easier said than done. If you can take a game started by mcclanahan, you really put the raisin corner. It's not impossible for the Red Sox to win it if they lose game one. But it kind of becomes tough for the race to win it, right? If they lose it because then they're pitching potentially against totally blown up. So mcclanahan is a pivotal player in this series. I don't have a splits in front of the Red Sox when it pulls up right now because I'm actually curious, but I think this first game is going to tell us a lot..
Angels deliver blow to Mariners' playoff hopes with 2-1 win
"The Los Angeles angels dealt a setback to the Seattle Mariners playoff quest with a two one victory all this going to place in the first three innings the bears had runners in scoring position with no outs in both the seventh and ninth innings but couldn't plate the tying run manager Scott services this is been reference team this year I don't think our guys trying to hoard ring like that like I said we've played this game so many times this year and we've always been able to you know put something together tonight we just didn't Brandon Marshall's two run double gave the angels the runs they needed Jared Kelly drove in Seattle's run the loss drops the mers into a tie with the Toronto Blue Jays one game behind the Boston Red Sox for the last American League wild card playoff spot with just two games left in the season Jim Bernard Seattle
Cole, Stanton lead Yankees past Red Sox 8-3, cut lead to 1
"The New York Yankees took game one of the three game series with the Boston Red Sox eight three at Fenway Park the Yankees started the scoring early with three in the first and then added four runs in the third which included a three run home run by Giancarlo Stanton the socks only scoring came in the sixth on Rafael Devers thirty fifth home run of the season but the Yankees added the final run of the night and the top of the seventh from a solo home run by Gleyber Torres Greg at ski Boston
Sale Returns, Red Sox Send Orioles to Loss No. 100, 7-1
"The Boston Red Sox started their final homestand of the season with a seven one win over the Baltimore Orioles at Fenway Park Chris sale started for the Sox and give up the only worry was run in five innings of work the Sox bullpen with four different pitchers followed sale with four scoreless innings and allowed just two hits as well the socks were to win the second one in the fourth one in the fifth and three in the sixth all coming on a bases clearing double by hunter Renfroe Greg at ski Boston
Schwarber's 3-Run Double Lifts Red Sox Over Mariners 8-4
"The Boston Red Sox broke a two all tie with a five run eighth inning in route to an eight four win over the Seattle Mariners the red Sox loaded the bases with Xander Bogaerts trouble in a pair of walks then pinch hitter Kyle Schwarber cleared them with a three run double to right field Alex Verdugo later added a two run Homer to complete Boston scoring in the frame the red Sox are now in a three way tie with the New York Yankees and the Toronto Blue Jays for the two American League wild card playoff spots the mariners meanwhile find themselves three games behind them Jim Bernard Seattle
Haniger Homers in 3rd Straight Game, Mariners Top Red Sox 5-4
"Mitch Haniger three run Homer broke a two all tie in the seventh inning is a Seattle Mariners beat the Boston Red Sox five to four the mariners rally came with two outs taking advantage of an error a broken bat single then Hannah goes high fly ball which just cleared the left field wall I know this can be really close I was just I was screaming at the ball the Kerry and luckily you know by a foot or two over so yeah happy one out the red Sox rallied with two runs in the eighth inning on back to back home runs but Seattle hung on for the win striking out fifteen red Sox batters in the process the lost Dropbox into a tie with the New York Yankees for the last wild card spot with the mers now just two games behind for the final playoff position Jim Bernard Seattle
Rodriguez, Richards Combine on 5-Hitter, Red Sox Beat Rays
"Bobby Dalbec had two hits and drove in a pair and Eduardo Rodriguez and Garrett Richards combined for a five hitter is the Boston Red Sox shop the Tampa Bay rays for nothing Rodriguez allowed just four hits all singles in six innings of work the left hander called Thursday start his best of the year that's my best on the season not the way I feel today about me but also to arms control wise my wife and I mean I feel like no dustbin my my best of the season also echoed Richards went the final three innings for his second save dot backs are B. R. Singh on the top of the first off rays starter Shane McClanahan gave Boston the lead the first baseman added an RBI single as part of a two run fifth loss means the race can manage only a split of their four game series with the red Sox and if all the six and a half game ahead of idle New York in the American League east Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Rays Win 9th in Row; Red Sox Star Bogaerts Tests Positive
"Ryan Yarborough earned his eighth win in reindeer rose a rain hit his eighteenth home run is the Tampa Bay rays defeated the Boston Red Sox eight to five arose arena solo Homer in the bottom of the second off red Sox starter Brad peacock tied the game at one apiece Tampa Bay took the lead an inning later thanks to a six run third Yarborough allowed two runs on five hits in six innings of work the rays hold the best record in the American League in eighty four and forty eight and now lead the red Sox in the American League east by ten games Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Tampa Rays Beat Boston Red Sox 6-1
"The tampa bay rays the defending champions the american league unequivocally the league's best team they faced the red sox last night and louise patino a key. Piece acquired in the deal with the padres was outstanding tremendous stuff in the raise dismantle boston. Nick better first brandon lau is rocketed the right sterner betty the budweiser ports pets up. And that's where it landed. I swing here. The i just wanted to bud light. It's one nothing race. They will six twenty. Da the raise win that game six to one before the game. The red sox announced that. Closer matt barnes was played placed on the kobe. Nineteen injured list on monday. Joining several teammates will miss time during the critical stretch of the season. Also at kika dez christian arroyo in pitcher martine
Franco, AL East-Leading Rays Win 8th in Row, Top Red Sox 6-1
"Luis Patino earned his fourth win in Brandon Lau his thirty first home run is the Tampa Bay rays defeated the Boston Red Sox six to one Lau's home run off Nick Pivetta led off the bottom of the first inning giving the rays a lead they never relinquished the second baseman on the importance of getting the lead early in a big series like this one any time we faced these guys are the Yankees or anything like that you know it's it's a picture you sent to come out early and you know give us a little bit of transport some Christian the let him go and do what he does this was huge the team allowed just one run on a solo Homer by Bobby Dalbec while pitching into the sixth Tampa Bay has now won eight straight and are thirty five games over five hundred for the first time in franchise history Steve Kearney St Petersburg
"boston red sox" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"How do you play bigger than what you are. And that's that x. factor clubhouse stuff that we love to talk about and for that reason. He's number four on my list. Excellent choice fourteen years with the boston. Red sox and i hope that he comes back in a coaching role or some something in the front office i hope he stays with the organization and they continue to get a lot of benefit out of him because i think he has a lot to give i think his career ended a little bit early thirty five in the end more whether is basically career ending injury. It was understand that. Yeah and and i want. I wonder if we're going to see him. Step away for a while. Because i'm sure he's not happy about the way they own can't be as a competitor totally if we're gonna seem separate from baseball for a little while and then maybe come back after around the time he's hall of fame eligible not so much as like a like a campaign. No he won't need to know. I don't think he'll need to kim now. But i think more is like okay. I'm ready and i don't know if he'll get. I don't know if he'll get into the hall of fame on voting. It's going to depend on. Who is up against those years. Yeah was on the ballot but the culture club is going to get him in for sure for sure and he know what's crazy is like. We were looking at the balcony for this year. Yeah and it's week. It's really bad so he might just get in because he's up against a week feel nc. That's what i'm saying so it's good. I think you'll end up in the hall. i think it's going to be one of those two scenarios. Yeah that's what. I say took the only two options. Well i mean. I know i know you voted in the culture club. Opening day will put him in for sure and if he does get voted in it will likely because there are. There's a little bit of a weaker class man up against that's it. That's make your. But i'm telling you yes this this is a this is a guy who story baseball needs right. And that's why. I think the culture club is gonna lean on putting him in is because his story is a is a great baseball story especially coming out of the steroid era. Yep like he's one of the first general like he's part of the first generation of post steroid run. It's really important for baseball. It is so ruth you baseball family. Let us know what you think. Did we get it right to. We miss somebody. I'm sure we did. There is plenty to turn twenty. One seasons could come on and and you know what the is actually shocked about was going through as well to no wonder they didn't win for a long time. Yeah it's like them with the cubs so yes was because there are a lot of guys who are important in the franchise played well relative to like baseball. Reference gives the what the top twenty four players with their With according to their war jazz day do and there are guys in there who like he was a pretty good player..
"boston red sox" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"Dustin pedroia absolutely in my opinion. Talk about a fan. Favourite cannot have fan favourite lists without dustin pedroia fourteen years with the organization. We know that eighteen in one thousand nine hundred were incredibly terrible years for him super hard. There's a lot of speculation as to why the yankees are not also far from that conversation. Which i think adds to his story honestly as a as a fan favourite red sock so but i mean this guy's awesome. He's he's into to your point about. Just get your technique. Downright just do your thing better than anybody else. This guy is five nine hundred seventy pounds and watching him. Play is special. Yeah it always has been. I remember when he came onto the scene. My dad big big red sox fan. My dad's red sox fan forever. He literally drug me to the television and said he paused it he. Dvr time this was back in six right so i was just getting high school my senior high school and he said you gotta sit down and watch. This kid hit this ball because when does to pretoria swings the bat. It's all in dude. It looks like the bad swing and him weighing three sometimes right sometimes but he brought that level of intensity he brought that level of of gamesmanship. He brought that level of integrity to every single at-bat every single play. I never saw him loaf one time. The dude is my guy. If i had to pick my guy in boston over the last twenty years. It's dustin pedroia no questions asked. I love dustin pedroia like it a lot. He was in my top six to narrow. When i was narrowing down. And i i. I love telling the story about how introduced to who dustin patrol bus. Dustin pedroia was again. Because i had my brother-in-law bought me. And it'll be the show. Yeah two thousand seven crepe and pedroia was called up made his big league debut in two thousand and six but he was in triple. Anna game did the road to the show and i was like well. I won't play on my guy to be on a good team such as the red.
"boston red sox" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"Feel like i can finish the workday when it wears off around two thirty. Visit rep sports dot com that's p. sports dot com and use code bt pot at checkout to support the baseball together podcast and to get fifteen percent. Off your sampler back variety back or custom order of raise energy. i'm jason. And i'm david we're the host of the non-response podcast where the homeless sports talk for. Everyone join us five weekly. As we talked about the happenings in sports. You can find another sports podcast on anchor dot fm apple. Podcast spotify stitcher. And wherever else you find your podcasts. Thanks for taking a quick break with us baseball family. We're just going to jump right into the next names on our list for the boston. Red sox mount rushmore and You know we've overlap twice now. So i'm a little bit worried about what might happen. This is unprecedented waters. We've not been here before. None of the first two right. We've done we've over four and then like the third and fourth. Yeah but i think three out of four is the highest. We've ever gone. And i'm a little worried we're gonna go for four me too. Okay all right. The next guy on my list left fielder and first basement hall of famer already in the hall of fame. Mvp triple crown. Eighteen time all-star seven time gold glove winner three batting.
"boston red sox" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"You write hill. Ted williams a name. You can't escape when talking about the red sox and we're very happy about that baseball in general. Let's be real correct. Well okay. i'm going to jump into my next one then since we've overlapped yet again of course i'm gonna get into mind. Da my no brainer okay. We're talking about a designated hitter first. Baseman you do you yeah. Six three two hundred thirty pounds ten time all star three time world series champion seven times silver slugger award. Mvp end the world series. Most valuable player david ortiz. David i have. I have big papi on my my bigness is bigness. Yeah yup yeah. Fifty five point three career war eight thousand six hundred forty at bats. Two thousand four hundred seventy two hits five hundred forty. One home runs a career batting. Average to eighty six with wapping seventeen stolen bases. It's quite a bit guy bigness. I wonder how many of those on the back end of a double steal first base. And he's got somebody on on on seconds still in third who's taking trotting second but if that's the case i'd probably it on the second game on say try to third base right a little bit of a wild throw maybe ended up under the under the tarp or how many of those were overthrows into into center field. That's what i'm saying. Swinging amiss on on a hit and run wild thrown into center field. And he's standing on. He's like just going to scoot this way real quick. So you mentioned world series. Mvp he was. It wasn't two thousand four. It wasn't two thousand seven. It was two thousand and thirteen right when he was thirty. Seven year old season. Yeah so and the thing that goes along with that to To me is that it's not just the fact that you know he's thirty. Seven is that he was an integral part in two thousand four thousand seven but his biggest role was as team leader. A veteran and experience guy. Who's like you know. I really wanted to world series. Let me let me carry the way here And and he did so super cool I actually have one more guy on the on my like one modern player on my list. I can't tell you who it is. It's the same game. Yeah you'd probably but no he's bigness. Play fourteen years with the red sox right twenty years total in the league and Yeah he's he's going down. Yeah i always forget i. I always forget. But there's a long time i did not know that. He's been six years in minnesota exactly and it's funny because he was kind of like toiling as a borderline defensive liability guy i base and then he goes to boston and at the time you know that was the theo epstein years. I wonder if it was just a player. Development thing could have been a. He saw what he was good at and said this is what we're going to we're going to do with you. Here's your new role Fit right into this system. Then he was top five. The mvp voting hit after his first year in boston. He taught by the mvp voting for the next five years. Actually yeah and an all star pretty much every year in two thousand nine. He was not fourteen fifteen. He was not but otherwise from two thousand and four to two thousand sixteen all-star every year but three..
"boston red sox" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"Yeah this is a leftfielder And i was going to get right into his last. Got about four hundred. I got ted. Williams ted williams. I assumed you would just get it out of the way. You're smart ted williams a hall of famer time. Mvp two-time triple crown winner. Nineteen time all star six times batting title five times major league player the year and probably will forever hold the title as the last guy to four hundred yet he probably will. I don't see anybody else doing that. Hit four zero six in nineteen forty one. It's asking the magic number that is it's the it's unobtainable is one. Yeah it's a. It's a huge deal well and he. He sits fourteenth overall and career war. That doesn't surprise me. So he's that great of a hitter. One twenty one point nine is his career war so offensively though if you take just his offensive war. He's six of all time and that makes sense because you know what he is the all time leader in on base percentage for an to an on base plus slugging. He's in second place he's right in there. Yeah isn't this crazy this. We're talking about a guy that you can't tell the baseball story without. Yeah no for real. And when i i was pretty when i learned the significance of four hundred who ted williams was. Yeah and for somebody i mean. I wasn't even a teenager. You know i. I might have been like nine or ten years nine or ten year old to to learn about that and to remember it and be able to understand the significance because your dad says so. Look this guy right here You know to get. He's going to get on basically backseats about three twenty five and he feels like he gets on base every day. You know that and the the dimaggio fifty six game hitting you know those are those are story. you can't get away from yet for sure So this that's that's cool. So not only is ted williams american hero because of baseball. He is literally an american hero because of his military service. He served three years and in the military during world war two. So you know like everybody else about. He took that time off baseball pretty much. And then in nineteen forty six came back and he won the mvp slugged six sixty seven three forty two batting average and a four nine led the league with the four ninety seven on base percentage guy. All the guy did was get on base. Only did whose win. All he did was win win win. No.
"boston red sox" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"Mets blogger. Yes she started on the mets blogs you just kinda of work your way up through Through local local channels ended up. Espn and she's them. I'll be. I think that's really cool. So amazing don't poop who the blogs and don't knock the hustle. Yeah exactly newest. She was going after it. If got the thompson the hassle with you'll make it to where you want to be because she's exhibit a of that we've seen in the last ten last ten to fifteen years in the in the sports world in general we've seen a lot of that For anybody who knows who. Bill simmons is. He's the owner of the ringer. Used to be at the espn. He used to have a blog so long ago. That it wasn't. I don't think it was even on the internet. He what he did was he would write his blogs email to his friends they email to their friends and their friends and they pass around. Eventually he did get a website. He got bigger. Espn picked him up. And that's how he found a success. He wanted to be a writer. And and from what i remember he was he was hanging around newsrooms but not really finding the success. What he's really giving them a shy. He was kinda getting people coffee hoping to get assignments. And here he is. He's one of the richest guys and her media. It doesn't matter who you are just as long as you got the hustle and the chops to do you'll you'll find your spot and and And i think that we've seen a few examples. That looking at one right here with sarah lang's so super cool and this is the thing we've talked about this before. Don't let anybody tell you you you can't do it. You know what what was. He said brig You're not done until you're not work willing to work hard enough to get into something like that. Yeah and if they're dumb enough to hire you're smart enough to figure it out there you go. That's what i always say. Now let me let me throw a disclaimer out. There were two white dudes right. So we know that we've benefit from a ton of privilege and don't understand some of the things that we saved may be offensive to certain certain Demographics we're doing the best we can to to give. You are honest opinion and if so if we said anything that that makes anybody upset about these you know these women really breaking the mold here in and doing some great things. Then please let us know. Drop it in the mail bag and say hey. Change the language you know. This is how we prefer you talk about out Women moving up or dif- different disadvantaged. People are different demographics. That might not always get the the attention that that everyone else gets. Whatever it is if you if you ever hear anything like that we're really trying to be as inclusive and as Respectful of of all types of people as we can so drop assembly line in the mail bag and we'll we'll be sure to address it one hundred percent. Thanks for that break. I really appreciate that And with that. Let's take a quick break when we get back. We are going to get too previously recorded segment of our red sox mount rushmore. Just put it on. No i told you. I don't want to. It'll be fine no brig. I don't wanna get punched in the face. It's way more fun than you think. I promise you're the crazy one not me. It's been a it's the best you'll be fine. I don't care how good the equipment is you're always saying how important content is it'll.
"boston red sox" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"You've offended me now. No i was just gonna say no no so While i was out there with brad we did play. Mlb the show. And i did get. I wouldn't say you kicked my butt. Brad didn't kick your butts. No no it didn't hear at least one of the times. I held my own but mlb the show is doing a two thousand twenty one summer circuit tournament thing. Whatever they're calling it with words and What it's going to be as three open qualifying tournaments and anybody who's eighteen or older in the united states and canada who has a copy of mlb. The show can enter the tournament. And what happens. Is these three dates. July twenty fourth august seventh and august twenty. First are the three dates that you can join the open. Free for all qualifiers. The top sixty four. Excuse me the top sixty four participants across all all three open. Qualifiers are going to be eligible for the grand final tournament which is going to be a single elimination bracket I think there's a semi final round in there as well that single elimination but but the point is there's up to a total twenty five thousand dollar cash prizes a bunch of in game benefits and different things like that that you can unlock stuff like that so there might even be game tickets that you can get to go to live baseball games and It's it seems really cool so for those of you who do play. Mlb the show twenty one. Those of you who are interested and didn't know about it. Now you know thought it'd be fun for our for our audience here that there's a way to maybe make a little money plan. Mlb the show and If you enter the tournament we wanna know if you win. We want to know and we will show. I'll wait. we don't wanna cut talk show. We'll hear about your experience. So i think that'd be really fun so let's definitely well and it's it's it's free to enter right. All you have to do is get on and play. is that right. Yup that's my understanding. Anyway the the details are a little bit scant. And maybe it's just that. I don't speak Online gaming tournament language Just true but at the same time like i said it was paid to play so awesome. Yeah glen play. Let us know if you do like bricks. we'll get you on the show. I think if you give it a try let us know. We'll bring on because i think that's cool. That's a lot of fun our last thing. We have here break. We haven't we have what is believed to be the first female broadcast team for major league baseball game and this is happening for those of you listening on the first day. This episode releases is today tuesday july twentieth. It is mlb's youtube game of the week. The orioles vs tampa bay rays.
"boston red sox" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"For a few days and one of the things that happened while we were hanging out was we both got a notification on our phone and said jock. Peterson was traded from the cubs. The braves what how we were so confused. We're looking at each other like what you see. The only one who has some kind of elaborate hoax is insane. So so unexpected. And i mean there's right is right before game. Started again after the all star break and he got the wheels turning for both of us. You know who's necks how much. How much are the cubs gonna tear this thing down so so bring who do you think who do you think is next kaby and I think he's going to new york. The yankees or the mets. I don't know. I haven't figured that out yet but i can see him in either team could. Yeah that would make sense I saw i saw somebody. Pros trade from the mariners to like between the mariners and the cubs the other day. And i was like yeah right. 'cause it was like a mariners fan site you know like s patients had something like that and so was like okay. You got me. i'll bite and looked at. I don't remember who the two guys were that the marriage were sending with cash To the cubs would like not outside of the realm of possibility. I mean i don't right it's gonna. I'm not saying. I think it will happen. But that was one of the better trade proposals that i've ever seen. Because they're two top level prospects both outfielders and And i think there was like a like a like a large amount of cash. Like i don't remember exactly but i i saw a like i've seen much worse. Fantastic proposals than what i saw that. Yeah yeah okay. Here's my question. Here's my question do you do you bring in b to play right field or do you try and rehab in for.
Aaron Judge Among Six New York Yankees to Test Positive for COVID-19
"Was supposed to return yesterday. If you guys were keeping an eye on this, the Red Sox Yankees, we're gonna play now. The word originally copes. Now we're talking. We had a layover. And where were we? Denver Coach goes. Yeah. You know, the Yankees can't play today. The game got rained out. Turns out it wasn't a rain out Copes. Here's what happened. All Star outfielder Aaron Judge was among six New York Yankees. Players who have tested positive for Covid 19. This all happened yesterday. So that's the reason the game got postponed. They would have played the Boston Red Sox that was supposed to open the baseball second half of the season, leaving other players on the American League All Star team undergoing testing now, obviously, because Judge was over there at the game. They're going to have to ensure they didn't contract the virus to. So here we go. This is going to be a kind of. I think a lingering story here. Murder. Um, let's hear some sound. We got Brian Cashman and Aaron Boone on this Yankee Covid situation. It's a fluid situation that could spread. It has spread to some degree We have Three positives and and we have three ending that we've had rapid tests on and took the lab based tests come back. The the rapid tests come back positive and so on multiple occasions now and so, therefore Or well, wait now for the lab tests to come back, which I'm assuming is going to be positive as well. So that would increase our number. 26, Certainly, you know,
Yankees Game Postponed After Positive Coronavirus Tests
"League Baseball says because of positive coronavirus tests within the New York Yankees organization, tonight's game between the Yankees and the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium has been postponed.
Yankees-Red Sox Game Postponed After Yankees Test Positive for Covid
"League Baseball says Because of positive coronavirus tests within the New York Yankees organization, tonight's game between the Yankees and the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium has been postponed.
"boston red sox" Discussed on The BosBabes
"Your wedding around the baseball season my boyfriend and i have been jokingly guess not jokingly talking about getting engage but i guess talking about getting engage recently and he's like brit. I know you really want a summer wedding. But you're dating baseball player so sad to say that's probably not going to happen however we have a date in mind where we love the number eleven. It's been very prominent in our lives. So if are engaged this year eleven. Eleven in two thousand and twenty two may or may not be. Our potential wedding dates will stay tuned for the listeners. But i think it's super cool that you guys were able to get married down in florida. Have that warm weather. You had the graffiti artist. David garibaldi their pacing. That gorgeous hand painted photo of the yuki new. he's so talented that that was literally kissing at the aisle. There's a photo that are running photographer. Took and he gave it to david garibaldi in like during cocktail hour and he only had like forty minutes to prepare and memorize it and then he goes in he. He's a performance artist so he you know set up his little tarps on the dance floor uses basically his his hands and brushes than he just jumped swipes. His fingers plays really great music. Like what is it. What is it. I really become good. Like we've noida would have to be and it was amazing. I've loved the bright colors that he added to it. So you guys for those of you. That are going to be listening to this podcast. Obviously you can't see it. So i'm going to describe it to you for those of you. That are watching live or may watch it on the youtube. Obviously you could see how gorgeous it is for those of you that are listening is essentially a really up close tight shot of both matt and chelsea kissing at assume it probably was them kissing at the alter in it so up close you can see the detail of them just given that sweet tender kiss probably after they said i do and i love the fact that he incorporated some pretty colors in the background. So you see like a fuchsia. Purple secrete some blues. It's very gorgeous very pretty. I love gives a pop of color to her living room. I believe she's in right now..
"boston red sox" Discussed on The BosBabes
"I love hearing that story of how he was so supportive of you will obviously as a friend and now currently you guys are married and maybe you guys will have kids some day where i want to hear proposal details sanderson that he did it in front of your family and your friends on the front porch of your connecticut or now connecticut home that you guys bought together. So what was that whole experience like. Were you super shot. Did you kind of expect anything. That day gives us the details yet. No i did not. I'm still shocked because i. I'm on such a planner. I thought like. I'm gonna know when this is going to happen. We got hamas like for my birthday. Mike convenient how like i. I was really like wondering what was going to happen. I i. I had a feeling. We're gonna happen soon. You know we have talked about it a lot and we bought our home. I'm in now that we live in now in connecticut and it was long process into houses and in love with this one and you made the offer me ended up getting the offer accepted on my birthday. Which is december twentieth in. It was really exciting. At the time i was still in will in new jersey and i was living with my mom down in jersey because it was close. Matt was between connecticut florida for baseball and in boston as well and as we bought the house in we really weren't going to be able to fully move into it until like that spring or summer. 'cause we bought it in december and right before he even for spring training which usually goes down middle january. Like now ish we just the home and we just got some some furniture. We were at a furniture store getting a the master bed south abed and chairs and stuff and were walking on the front porch and or walking down the front walkway and all of a sudden mailing. Put his arm around me and like what are you doing. Like he's like you know like we've known each other for a long time like this is so exciting. We just want this home together. Akin to like officially move in with you fretful lake make at the home and i love you and i'm like only cautiously so mushy like had no idea it was coming. We go up front pushes at four steps in. It's like announcing he kind of cuts me off before going to the front door and go down when nina. I'm like oh my god like i don't even know. He said he could have down there side. Like you're annoying. I would have been the yes. I was so shocked. I was just like oh my god that i was glided than obviously reposited is really sweet. It was just me and him and it was on the front porch His home in it was so exciting. And we have. We can't put the ring on and all of a sudden the door opens in lake. Who's here like we just bought this home. One minute ago. The door swings open. And it's my brother-in-law and our law and he's surprised i'm like aj often. In the door opens like a long staircase a wind circuit disturb stilled in the balcony cells and living in right now is filled with people in everyone was watching from the windows. Like that's our entryway and here. Everyone was watching the ports. It was everyone screaming. They're betting it was my mom and my aunt my uncles my in laws. My cousin. I was so shocked People here like everyone lives in new jersey oregon in that had done such planning at all of mine is angled cousins..
"boston red sox" Discussed on The BosBabes
"To be a pro athlete ironic. Because i married one. I was like. I spoke on my studies because business. This is what my future's like ninety to go all out on this and really focused on that. So i just to say about parks and repeat the the professional baseball personal sports play. I'm hans actually perform so it's great and then when he gets injured all right here him so sounds like you guys definitely do have the best of both worlds. You've got to still be involved highly in the sports world whether it be you helping people out whether it be with sports injury or other types of injuries you get to help out your husband and as you mentioned travel around watching baseball and just being continuously surrounded by that whole baseball life so we've been poking the bear a lot obviously we're gonna continue to dive into chelsea's wife before she got married. I believe her last name is zara so chelsea's actual last name is chelsea zara. Is currently barnes. Why we've been talking about it. She is married to matt barnes. Boston red sox pitcher. So let's just jump right into it where you guys met so chelsea actually met her husband that barnes while attending college so they both went to the university of connecticut. Matt is a connecticut native himself. So i'm gonna give some quick little stats on him. Sure a lot of you guys are familiar. Especially if you are from the new england area and you are listening. So matt played college baseball yukon pitcher there obviously for the yukon. Huskies matt is well known in new england. Currently he is a pitcher for the boston. Red sox humidity's mlb debut in two thousand fourteen and he was drafted in the first round by the red sox in two thousand eleven chelsea. This podcast obviously is not about your husband. It is about you want to hear the behind the scenes. Like how the heck did you guys meet. I understand that it involves taking some shots and you guys were at a bar called. Huskies so let's care all your experience at husky is how you actually met your husband for the first time. So what matinee had roe similar friend groups so we have mutual friends yet. Not yet i think met in two thousand eleven. yeah and at the time was bartending. Have used to bartend aside a great job. I loved working there. It's all my friends and it was a great gate and there was one time when i wasn't working i was there it was. It was really the only place to be at uconn on thursdays for nickel night. I don't know it got so expensive. Maybe not doing code and that was there. He had actually just been drafted and he had come back to visit yukon and it must have been the offseason at some point and he was apparently someone i had heard what setting record for. Who could buy the most shot in a single setting or whatever what is up boss fanatics. Thank you so so much for tuning in.
"boston red sox" Discussed on The BosBabes
"We have the incredible chelsea barnes with us alive and she's actually a doctor of physical therapy and mlb baseball wife and she's going to be sharing all types of details about what it was like going to college. In connecticut meeting her husband's they're a little bit of some funny stories about her. Getting lost at disneyworld so please stay tuned with us chelsea. How are you. Thank you for joining me today. Thanks for having me. I'm excited to be here super excited in before we even get into where you grew up. So she's actually a new jersey girl by heart spent a lot of time in connecticut and actually lives there now. But i think it's super freaking bad as you have your doctorate in physical therapy so that is actually where we are going to start. So guys listen up. He is both beauty and brains kaiser. Dpt which actually stands for doctorate in physical therapy. She actually told me. I was very long and exhausting process. Three year graduate program that included fifty two weeks old full-time clinicals and lots of studying and earning out. So let's just discuss that whole process of getting your doctorate in physical therapy and why you chose that career so have always been really good. At math and science i loved to generic. And i love school. Want to uconn so gordon. Raising jersey went to uconn for college. And i was a bio major. I didn't know if i wanna stupid. Premed or be a pa or a pt. And i shout at the time. I wanna say like my software college i shouted a ton that some are and i shouted with. Pt's surgeons In love with his therapy. I was napoli myself and i love like the exercise process of better. I really specialized in orthopedics fusion. So i love that stuff. And it was long program. So after i got into. School is a little questionable. Three years of grad school. Like wow too. I really wanted to but but but now i my doctor working for like two and a half years now. I love my job and in all paid off. So what exactly does it mean to be a doctor of physical therapy sort of walk the listeners through the process and what these clinicals were liked and you have to work on people's certain body parts learn how to do certain types of massage therapy. I understand you recently. Newly got certified in trigger point dry needling which is very important for professional athletes as well so we will talk about that shortly but let's just got to walk the listeners. Through what exactly it means to get your doctorate in physical therapy and what you went through so being peachy has come along. Why like i think when i was in high school i had pt for me for soccer. I didn't realize how intense of a professional ones. I thought College pt enact and then a few years ago. I wanna say like eight or ten years ago. Pt became a mandatory doctorate in the us. Meaning it's a clinical doctorate so obviously different than md with the dp. Now i have the ability in my colleagues have the ability to treat with depending on your state and your insurance.
"boston red sox" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"If you if you could sail with immortal Rodriguez now, neither one is sort of a wild card at this point is but. You know that's not a bad one to there are a lot of teams out there that have a worse one to than that, and then you have Nathan involved. That sort of three guy we all know huge has never really. Put it together that injuries doesn't be issues you know Martinez kind of innings eater, and then kind of roll the dice at number five. But again, that's a potentially possible rotation. The sale with Tommy John, and now who knows when Rodriguez who's GonNa Pitch Because Code and? Then he I guess he. Has had some lingering extra matt so it might be. I mean weeks in the season before they get him. So now it's Baldy Ball Team Perez, and then Ryan Weber at number three and. Was a minor league signing last year. He's never made an opening day roster a ten years into a career like. Even if you figure Ryan Weber is maybe a nice little find writing to you know. Finesse pitcher. You know maybe it's been sort of laying guy got kinda underrated and and Kinda trapped within Minor League Baseball for years and you just need to chant great but he's your number three. And you won the world carry two years ago like that's. An and they don't even have a for inside right now is. One, but if an opener in one bond and they told us that. They depending how things go they'd like to more traditional starter, the number five spot but. I mean the options? So that are like. That Godly Dylan Covey Brian Johns like it or not A. Either you know sort of stock star types You know maybe it works I mean maybe in a sixty eight season, you can be as your way it and lean heavily on all those extra arms in the bullpen. And actually does look pretty good You know I'm not sold on Brandon Workman at an elite closer, but he was in the League reliever last year and Matt Barnes is really good Then they have sort of a bunch of those guys but. Maybe. Maybe you can piece together over sixty games but but man it it. It's hard to imagine that right now with the way that you know you now look at. The each starting pitching is you know where you're used to I, mean book from the the Yankees Garrett Cole right and now this is the rotation the red sox are out if it's GonNa be it's GonNa be tough to imagine how Jackie they can make that work. Yeah and even like you said with sale if he didn't need surgery this year, it was still going to be big questions. So that kind of goes you know that that I think brings up the question and fairly what what is the red sox plan for the next few years because it doesn't seem like they're really. Ready to compete, but they also have a ton of talent and a ton of payroll. Yeah and I think that it seems to me.
"boston red sox" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"Happy to bring back on the PODCAST. Chad. Jennings of the athletic in Boston. He covers the red sox. He's been on many times in the show Chad happy opening day for the Boston Red Sox. Thanks. Yeah. It feels good to at least have something that resemble normally thing even though by the time I get to the Ballpark, it will be very clear that anything but normal. Yeah, I I think I mean, obviously, there's been the exhibition games and the Intra squad games and all that kind of stuff. But I, think the national audience definitely realized last night during that Yankees and nets game things are not normal this year and It's going to be the same for all the teams going to the ballpark this year. But I feel like the best news, the Red Sox Scott was the expansion of the playoffs because in my opinion that opens the door for them this year. But yeah, there's no question I mean. We may see a team with a losing record playoffs Now it'll be. You know everything about this year is going to be weird at all going to come with an ask you anyway you know even if the. The Red Sox miraculously win fifty games and. To the world series, we're going to look back at it as. Well they did it in this really weird year, right? I mean. That's just everything's GonNa. Be Odd though I kind of in favor of. Strip. Let's just throw. Convention out the window and. Yeah you know try this sort of thing I it. From the sport, it's probably good easier way for them to make some money and if they need that. You know by only the this year of all years. Let's try something a little bit wacky to. See if you can boost revenue and So. Yeah. But I, think it does help. I mean they give them at least a fighting Jan I think right now they're projected on banks to be like thirty and thirty So it'd be Kinda. Figured them and. I don't know gosh the White Sox you know vaguely maybe like the Blue Jays and Rangers the angels those teams are all kinds in that marquee middle. But you know one of those teams has a good year..
"boston red sox" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"A Mac got us. That's a M A C dot us and hair that is always allergic. Just another that has a drain Somebody n O V. I Teo that dark about teaching the hair starts falling out, Dina, Vice part of Maxwell gets mad about you Don't I will be no lovin Joe is on the air. I am ready to start the show. Let me give an example of your power. You have a lot of power. This is from the Wall Street Journal Ratings for any network have plummeted. Since it cancelled the hit police reality show Live P D on June 10th a sign of how much the network relies on law enforcement programming. Average prime time viewership for any between June 11 in July 19 was 498,000 people. Down 49% from the same period last year, according to data from Nielsen. The key demographics of adults 18 to 49 25 to 54. The declines their 55% and 53% respectively, The show which follows police from their rounds of multiple cities simultaneously. Averaged about 1.9 million viewers for it's Friday and Saturday night episodes repeatedly re aired. On other days. It spawned several successful spinoff shows that were also canceled. And he could go to hell. I see in the AA in Fenway Park. There's a mass of black lives matter. Poster. So I would ask the owner. Of the Boston Red Sox are the owners of the Boston Red Sox. If you're a white person and you go into that stadium, and you know it's part of their mission. They're talking about systemic racism by white people. Or you're a Jewish person and you go into that stadium and you know that that organization is anti Semitic, and it seeks to destroy The ancestral lands of the Jews through the BDS movement. Why would you put a sign like that in your stadium? Massive sign? Did you see that? Mr Helen Keller could see that sign. Ray Charles could see that Why would you do that? And then have another one outside to make sure everybody's driving by the stadium conceive. Why would you do that?.
"boston red sox" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"I'm I mentioned just a moment ago that it this car did break the sound barrier and I I one thing that we should note here is that the sound barrier varies by by altitude and even by temperatures so you know when we're talking about the place that this vehicle broke the record I think it was the else to do something like and I'm I'm trying to remember this off the top of my head but it's like three thousand nine hundred feet above sea level so at sea level the sound barrier is something like seven hundred and sixty one miles per hour and it has to be fifty nine degrees Fahrenheit let's hope that help particular that is right so it it changes so if you go up to between I'm gonna give you a meters measurement here not feet I don't know why I'm doing that but eleven thousand to twenty thousand meters above sea level the speed it drops down to about six hundred and sixty miles per hour at negative seventy degrees Fahrenheit so the temperatures very greatly the the speeds very that's almost that that's almost a hundred miles per hour off when you get to a different different altitude so. specifically for this record you know at three thousand nine hundred feet above sea level when you know anti anti green piloted this vehicle is seven hundred and sixty three miles per hour he was breaking the speed or the yeah the sound barrier we'll be right back with more of the I heart radio original podcasts the fast track. the biggest names in sports radio this is why Travis the Dan Patrick show hi it's Colin towers your home for the Boston Red Sox the. boards nine eight blasted away now one ninety five point nine Aftab hi this is Peter Hussey from the next financial group on WGY every Saturday morning at five thirty Sunday evening at six PM give me a call at five one eight seven five six four four one one and let's see if we can help.