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"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:36 min | 5 months ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Now, Sid Rosenberg All right back here on state Sports. Sunday. Mike to Dino. Great kid. He runs the board for Curtis Sleeper. Every weekday afternoon between noon and three. He's gonna be a part of this show, too. What happened? Look, I knew this was gonna be back. John Katzman TT's put this beautiful, full page color ad in Wednesday's New York Post with the help of Chad Me arrive three. I loved it. And I knew I'd be back. But again with the death the death of my nephew. I can't say unexpected. He's been sick with cancer for two years, but I didn't always happening this week. God rest Eric Soul that happened on Thursday night. The funeral was Friday. So I did a very poor job. To be honest, the last couple of days off preparing for today's show, even book the Great Joe. We got great gas. Great guests. I did that. But like Mike Latino, for example, Jonno Holleran. Who's on the show with me and Bernie every morning along with Mike, meaning he's gonna be a part of the show, So we're gonna have some pieces and we're going to cover every local team every week and hopefully get some good phone calls to that is that's what I do on the show. Let's not with This is the real guy. It's funny. Detective Nolan. He's in New York on line three. Detective Nolan. How are you, pal? Shit. I'm doing well, 1st 1st of all condolences on the loss of Eric. Very tragic. My family. Thank you for that. I appreciate that. Thank you. Okay now to sports. Brooklyn Dodgers. Yankee fans were going Dodger fans. What do you think it was like for Yankee fans living in Brooklyn when the Dodgers were playing in Brooklyn? Well, you know, it's funny away inside. I think your first name is William, right? Yes, sir. So buildings funny away. Sad because my grandfather Meyer, God rest his soul and my father, Harvey God rest his soul. They lived in Coney Island. They were Brooklyn Dodger fans, but his brother was a Yankee fan. And lived in Brooklyn, which made no sense because as you point out Bill, the The Dodgers, of course, played on a Pittsfield right by Flatbush Avenue when they were kind of Brooklyn's team, But there were a few of those of you Yankee fans in Brooklyn. And I'm sure that if you met bands in the Bronx, but Once those two teams left the Giants and the Dodgers and 57. The bigger question bill is what was New York Like those six years with only one team, you went from three teams to one team and one year It was probably very, very bad at the time my grandfather told me because, um, my cousin was a pitcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers. Really? Mallika? Oh, yes. What was his name of polygamy always play for about two students. Wow. What we know. Of course, Bill. Thank you for the phone call Detective Bill Nolan and thank you for your service. And I mean that sincerely, Thank you very much. We know, of course, that wild Branko was a picture for the Brooklyn Dodgers. And his daughter married Bobby Valentine. Who, of course, was a great manager for the New York Mets. And, of course, Ralph God rest. His soul gave up the home run to Thompson and the Giants. A shot heard around the world. He never live that down and he was a super guy, great guy. We know, Of course, the Dodgers only got to the Yankees once, and that was 1955. And I believe that both Don Zimmer and Tommy Lasorda but both on that 55 Brooklyn Dodger team, But that was the only year they got the better of the Yanks. Goes every year. The Yankees who just kicked the crap out of him, so 1955 was a special season on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn, New York, Liam is in Super New York. He's on line one. Good afternoon, Liam. Hey, How you doing? It's Leo. Highly. How are you? Good. We are like matter, Leon. I'm sorry, okay? That's okay. I'm very sorry about the loss, You know. Thank you, Leon. Thank you. But I don't know how. I don't know you. We grew up in the same neighborhood banging around Notion Avenue and the fact I don't know Sid Rosenberg is bother. It's terrible. What you did You leave Brooklyn and moved to Long Island. 1978 you see? I was born in 67 Leon. So I wasn't really doing damage till later. I graduated ps 1 93, right? Why would you go to high school? I went to honey Annex men shaman to tell you what the shaman out, OK, Very good. Very good. You know, I was the 7th and 8th Grade it. Oh, you want the honey? Okay, Sure. These air won't part of my stomping grounds. But You were there. You're a little older than me. So that's why you and I never hung out a captain Walters or wheelers or any one of those fine places off Sheepshead Bay Road. Writer anyway. When I wanted to ask you what I was thinking and you do with sports program. Can you do a show? About guys who were fantastic at their jobs. But then in the end made a bad place like Billy. Fuck. No right, Norwood? Yes. You're right about listen. Bill Buckner. Thank you for the phone call Leon. He wasn't a good baseball player. He was a great baseball player. He was a when I was growing up as a kid. He was on the Cubbies. And when the Mets would play the cops, I was scared to death of Bill Buckner. He was terrific. A good Dodger, Good Chicago Cub and Truth be told the Red Sox manager he screwed up because partner was not supposed to be in on defense. Buckner at that point was still a very good hitter. But he wasn't very good defensively and often the right socks would remove. Go Buck no late in games for defense. Here he is in the World Series, allowing that Mookie Wilson groundball to go beneath his legs and a poor Bill Buckner had to leave. He's kind now. He died not that long ago, but he had to leave town and They really made his life miserable. So he was not supposed to be in the game. He really wasn't but you're right. He was a very good player. And Scott Norwood too. Of course, Mr Field goal against my giants and the Giants held down to beat the Buffalo Bills. 20 to 19 in Tampa, Florida in Super Bowl 25. Lenny fought Lauderdale. We called the chronic online three. Good. Good afternoon, Lenny. What a pleasure to listen to you on the radio today. Thank you and sorry about your nephew said, Um, yeah, This is great to hear sports again on there. Radio. They get the other the other station plain nonsense all day long. All right, Listen, I actually got a text. Ah, well wish from one of the books is at the other station. We said I'll be listening to you. Look at it so hard to be a reverend stupid. He's ruining Evans. Just terrible, Just terrible. But how about the next and next? You're looking good for the next look Terrific..

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Hall of Fame Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda dies at 93

Rush Limbaugh

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Hall of Fame Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda dies at 93

"Former Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda is dead at the age of 93 sort of made his major league debut as a player in 1954 for the Brooklyn Dodgers, which Lake Moved to Los Angeles. He then managed the Dodgers from 1976 to 1996, leading the team to two World Series titles. During his time his manager, the Dodgers won four National League pennants and eight division titles. He had a heart attack in June of 1996 and retired from managing the Dodgers The next month assorted, then came out of retirement to manage the U. S Olympic baseball team in the 2000 Olympics in Australia, where he led the Americans to win gold, the sort of recently intended Game six of the 2020 World Series where the Dodgers defeated the Tampa Bay Raised to give them their first World Series title. Since 1988. The current president,

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MLB reclassifies Negro Leagues as major league

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

MLB reclassifies Negro Leagues as major league

"It means stats and records of thirty four hundred black players will count in the major leagues the Negro league started to dissolve a year after Jackie Robinson became MLB's first black player with the Brooklyn Dodgers in nineteen forty seven the late Buck o'neil played for the Kansas city monarchs he told the AP in two thousand five about Negro league exhibition games with Major League white players and the extra motivation we stress that single and a double man that double into a triple we stole home now o'neill and other players are considered major leaguers we dad in Europe fighting prejudice aha will walk to and we come back home and we segregated it wouldn't pass the Negro leagues were founded one hundred years ago I'm a Donahue

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MLB officially recognizes Negro League as "major league" after 100 years

AP 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | 7 months ago

MLB officially recognizes Negro League as "major league" after 100 years

"Major league Baseball is reclassifying the Negro Leagues as a major league. It means the stats and records of 3400 black players will now be part of MLB history. Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947.

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"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

Doug Miles Media

02:17 min | 9 months ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

"Yeah yeah that's only been done you know in the major leagues a handful times. But but if you're if you're going to pick anybody on the dodgers to do it it would have been david. I know we've kept you longer than we said. We could do. A whole hour on this. Hopefully we get you back on down the road but it's grabbed book. The baseball history called bums. The brooklyn dodgers history memory and popular culture. David crowley has been. I guess.

Susan SurfTone: Female Competition in The FBI, and Criminal Psychology

LGBTQ&A

05:19 min | 9 months ago

Susan SurfTone: Female Competition in The FBI, and Criminal Psychology

"I I think we need to start with the FBI. Special Agent in the eighties. Yeah. That's a pretty male dominated field initially for that. Yes. It was convene many women back then or there. That many where I think I, think women had been in for eight years before I joined. So what was lacking was women in the supervisory roles who they hadn't made it up that high hip. So those of us that were there were you know bottom of the Ron Did the women's stick together women did women do Basically. No. Women aren't like men and women don't help each other usually. Oh. That's sad to hear it is but it's the truth than I. Always tell the truth they'll please do. So every woman for themselves, I wouldn't say it's an all the time general rule but most women that do want to get ahead a lot of them feel that they're better off putting their, they're investing their time with the men that have power. And they don't help other women and I have a theory. See My father played baseball father was a pitcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers Minor League and I grew up in a very sports oriented household were learned to play on teams and be kind of a team player and understand that a team has to work together and I learned that my ban to. And women don't learn that because my women Meyer didn't plant sports teams, I hope some of the younger girls learning that now that they're having an, you know able to play more on sports teams that you kind of have to help each other to win. And sometime, there has to be. A star. And, sometime, that's the quarterback sometime that's the pitcher in the guy that can hit the grand slam home run like puts. Hernandez. Whatever his name is did for the dodgers women no learn that lesson and they don't help each other. They don't know how to work together with other women is that probably than reinforced back then there's a lot less women in the workforce overall. So just didn't. Learn that because women to learn it with. Yeah, I. Think. So that's what I'm saying we weren't on teams. We didn't learn that how teams work together and look at look at what happened to Hillary Women Support Hillary I it's hard to describe. Unless you've lived in it and you've seen it and it's hard to describe to man I. Think because they just don't don't see. They don't get it is that there is kind of jealousy among women. That is a very female thing. It's self-defeating. We'd be a lot further ahead if we learn to work together and support each other. Even with everything you're saying though do you still felt like accomplishment getting into the FBI originally though, right? Yeah I was it was an accomplishment. Sure. What was that I like when you're going there for training I guess scary. I didn't want to be looked upon as weak by the males in my class or the instructors who were all male I wanted to pull my own way and I wanted to do a good job. I felt good because when I took the entrance exam if I had been white male I, would've qualified to get in. So in my own mind I didn't feel any exception had been carved out for me because women were allowed to have lower scores because they wanted to get more women in when I think about the training. I think about learning to shoot guns personal defense will tell us someone's lying information from them without them knowing is. It all those things. It's all those things plus it's a lot of academic work. We did a lot of academic work. We did I had fascinating classes in criminal psychology absolutely fascinating. They were some hard slide shows to look at I'll tell you that Jin example, Flynn murders, bodies mutilations, and it was funny because it was in explaining the psychology of Ted Bundy in we were taught by experts in the field people that had pretty much written the book towards the end of the class I had showed us. Of course, it was female bodies were mutilated female victims and they said at the end of the class, we're going to show you two days of. Young boys and men that were victims and mutilated. And they said we can guarantee you. That There's GonNa be some mail in the class that's GonNa Faint. Said you're GonNa the men are going to get sick. They won't be able to handle this. Guy's all at all of course out eight hundred lightning ha ha well, one of them hit the floor guy sitting right next to me thud. The guys were practically running out of the room to get to the men's room so they could vomit. Seeing the male body so mutilated and it's bad. The things they show, they show you the real thing it and just you're saying that they were they were made sick by seeing a male body relative a woman's body right and the women were fine seeing the women's body and with the instructors told us and neither the guy that like I said wrote the book on Criminal Psychology said that women are so conditioned in our culture to see ourselves mutilated that it doesn't bother us. But men are not. And when men see it they just they can't handle it. Kind of blowing my mind to be honest blows your mind when you see. When you actually are sitting there and you sitting next to the guy that just fainted I've never heard it put that way that we are conditioned to see women's bodies like that and it's nonchalant toss? Yeah. Yet is a mind blower isn't it? It's like the opposite like we're conditioned to see women's bodies sexualizing half naked, and then we see a naked male body it's like, Oh wow, that's that's a naked person it's. How we're conditioned.

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Jackie Robinson Integrates Baseball

Black History in Two Minutes

02:44 min | 10 months ago

Jackie Robinson Integrates Baseball

"On April Fifteenth Nineteen forty seven when Jackie, Robinson, walked onto the field for the Brooklyn dodgers he broke Major League Baseball's color line forever changing the sport. And Race. Relations in America. Jackie Robinson was an extraordinary athlete lettering in four Varsity sports at UCLA. Doing more to, he was drafted into the army who was court martialled after refusing to move to the back of a segregated military bus Robinson fought his case he was acquitted then honorably discharged. So. He always had a sense of fairness always had a sense of racial justice and social justice. Nineteen forty-five because the major leagues remained segregated Robinson joined the Negro Leagues and played for the Kansas City monarchs. Meanwhile, sports writers from African American newspapers were pressuring the major leagues to integrate. Branch Rickey. General Manager of the Brooklyn. Dodgers decided he'd act and began a search for the perfect prospect. Robinson's college education and his ability to endure the racists attacks that inevitably would ensue convince Rickie. It was Robinson who was the ideal candidate to become the first African American. Major. League player. Ricky sign. Robinson to the Brooklyn dodgers in nineteen forty seven. Despite racist abuse from opposing teams and Taunting by the Crowds Robinson manage to focus on the game. But the cost was high. He suffered indignities because of a commitment not to fight back. Gradually. He build a fan base excelled on the field and then was named rookie of the year. Even. Naysayers couldn't deny his outstanding talent as he led the Brooklyn dodgers to their first and only World Series Championship. When he retired Robinson turned his attention to the civil rights movement. He's a frontline participant mending his prestige, his presence to these causes for civil rights. He supported protests in Alabama, attended the march on Washington and was one of the NWEA CP's biggest fundraisers. Yet Robinson Saul civil rights as more than a political movement. He engages in business and entrepreneurial activities. It speaks to his multifaceted approach new away with Jim Crow create opportunities five Americans. By breaking the color line America's favorite pastime Jackie Robinson Open the door for integration far beyond the baseball field.

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‘4 Us 2 Remember’: Los Angeles Dodgers, MLB Celebrate Jackie Robinson Day Friday

Bloomberg Law

00:12 sec | 11 months ago

‘4 Us 2 Remember’: Los Angeles Dodgers, MLB Celebrate Jackie Robinson Day Friday

"Update. Major League Baseball observed a Jackie Robinson Day like no other on Friday, with team celebrating a man who broke the sports color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. While the racial reckoning continues

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MLB Marks The 100th Anniversary Of The Negro Leagues

All Things Considered

03:42 min | 1 year ago

MLB Marks The 100th Anniversary Of The Negro Leagues

"Baseball is marking the anniversary of the Negro leagues created 100 years ago. The league's showcased black baseball players players who couldn't play on the major teams because of the color of their skin. Only a few members of the leagues are alive to celebrate the centennial Michigan radios, Doug Tribute spoke to the only surviving team owner and others about the legacy of the legendary leagues. In 1920 owners of independent black baseball teams from the Midwest gathered in Kansas City, Missouri. At that meeting they created the Negro National Leagues had no idea they were making history. They didn't care about making history. Bob Kendrick heads the Negro Leagues Baseball museum there, he says. Faced with segregation, black owners and players kept pushing for organized baseball. These athletes never cried about the social injustice. They went out and did something about so you won't let me play with you and I create my own And they did today. Stars like Josh Gibson, Buck Leonard and Satchel Paige are enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame, but thousands of black and Latino players endured bigotry and racist taunts. It was Tear before the players at that time. Many Forbes owned the Detroit Stars from 1956 to 1958. She lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan, that players try of them. They had nowhere to stay because of the discrimination, so they slept in the buses. And they couldn't go in places to eat so one person would go to the back door. When get food for all the players. Pedro Sierra pitched in the Negro leagues for several seasons in the 19 fifties. He grew up in Cuba and says it was tough to adjust to segregation and racism he saw in the US It wasn't easy to see all the problem with the raise. I know all about it, herb artist. But I hadn't experienced today. Sierra lives in New Jersey In 1954 he signed with the Indianapolis clowns at the age of 16. His salary was less than 5% of what white players were earning dollars a month a month, $100 a month. And I look back and say, Oh my God. Jackie Robinson played briefly in the Negro leagues. Then, in 1947 he broke baseball's color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers in Cleveland, Larry Doby became the first black player in the American League. Coming seasons brought many more signings. But many Forbes sympathizes with the many athletes who were good enough to play in the major leagues, but never got a shot. Unfortunately, some of the good players by the time the time Came. They were too old to play. The last league folded in the early 19 sixties, the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum estimates there are about 100 former players still alive. Forbes is 88 worries about being one of the last left to tell the story. And I just want a if I'm worthy of represent and speaking about the Negro League because When I got involved, things was easier for me. Then it wass father one before me. Many Forbes will keep sharing her stories with younger generations and others will to Major League Baseball has a day to honor the league's set for next month. The museum has pushed back its year long celebration of the centennial to next year and renamed it Negro Leagues. 101

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Don Larsen, former Yankees pitcher, dies at age 90

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Don Larsen, former Yankees pitcher, dies at age 90

"But we lost someone a major name in sports really for one event for one reason I'm talking about don Larsen passed away at the age of ninety lived a great long life former Yankees pitcher and I bring it up because for those of you who don't know he did something that no one else has done and he's considered for his performance perfect he pitched a perfect game during the World Series against the Brooklyn Dodgers he Larsen pitched for several different teams during a fourteen year career he was a journeyman pitcher not great on October eighth nineteen fifty six he ensured his place in baseball immortality what

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Yankees Legend Don Larsen, Only Pitcher To Throw A World Series Perfect Game, Dies At 90

The Nat Coombs Show

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Yankees Legend Don Larsen, Only Pitcher To Throw A World Series Perfect Game, Dies At 90

"Just last night. Don Larsen die who Was A pitcher for the New York Yankees. Akis who through the only perfect game in world series history I'd say he was a Journeyman pitcher But he threw this one great game and and beat the Brooklyn Dodgers Yogi. Berra jumped into his arms out after the last pitch. It's a nice little story is that there's a good clip of it on. ESPN if you want to look at it

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Don Larsen, who threw only perfect World Series game, dies at 90

Golic & Wingo

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Don Larsen, who threw only perfect World Series game, dies at 90

"Note don Larsen the only pitcher to throw a perfect game in the World Series is passive the age of ninety Larson's agent said the former pitcher died of cancer in Hayden Idaho where you've been in hospice care in nineteen fifty six in game five of the World Series Larson retired all twenty seven Brooklyn Dodgers he's faced striking out seven needing only ninety seven pages in the two to nothing Yankees win he became the MVP of the series after the Yankees beat the Dodgers in seven games and fortunately their condolences to his family don don Larsen as passed at the age

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Famed pitcher who threw only perfect World Series game dies at 90

Charlie Parker

02:56 min | 1 year ago

Famed pitcher who threw only perfect World Series game dies at 90

"Yesterday lost a couple big names in the sport world sports world first don Larsen the only pitcher to throw a perfect game in World Series died at the age of ninety the world is left less perfect today tweet Larson's wrapped Andrew levy don Larsen the only man to Pittsburgh game the World Series is gone goodbye my friend we will miss you he died of esophageal cancer in Hayden Ohio now pitch for seven different teams during his fourteen year career in the big leagues compiled a record of eighty one wins and ninety one losses in nineteen fifty four he went three and twenty one while making twenty eight starts with the Baltimore Orioles who just moved east from Saint Louis and been rank re christened from the Browns but on October eighth nineteen fifty six he took the mound for the Yankees in the crucial game five of the World Series against the Brooklyn Dodgers he out do old Brooklyn starter sal Magli every charge toward all twenty seven batters she faced struck out seven Dodgers Yankees one two zero throwing just ninety seven pages in only going to three balls on a batter wants any of the ever seen the picture of yogi Berra leaping into Larson's arms at the final hours when the most of iconic yeah it is motos in sports history in the meanwhile MBA former NBA commissioner David stern died Wednesday afternoon yesterday afternoon he was seventy seven and he was in serious condition following surgery for a brain hemorrhage on December twelfth now he was calm commissioner of the NBA from nineteen eighty four to two thousand fourteen any that's thirty years he turned the NBA into one of the most powerful sports leagues in the world he was inducted into the basketball hall of fame in two thousand fourteen any by far the longest tenured NBA commissioner now under his leadership the NMB exploded in value in popularity in the league became a global power one of the most influential figures in the history of American sports he was a hard line hardline leader on behalf of the NBA owners his MBA locked when they locked out the players for time sorting two seasons he introduced the league's first drug testing the salary cap it and he when he wasn't that if that wasn't enough control he instituted a dress code I remember this one is to do that dress code if you're in the band she had to have a suit jacket on and assured at first it was a tie but that went away he was followed by as commissioner in two thousand fourteen by his longtime number two Adam silver who sending the edge off of stern's more reactionary policies while remaining maintaining the NBA is a global behemoth lex say what you want about David stern he did do a lot for the NBA's during a mark turning it into a global brand eighty actually help the players earn more he heard help

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The fifties with the champions of the extra five doctors one Brooklyn Dodgers nine others baseball giants a football giants had won the seventies we had six championships two for the Yankees two for the next because they count of the next one is seventy the nets had two champions of the nets are the eighties were the aisle there's a for the Mets and one the giants on what the nineties the eighties and three we all remember those you know that you know the next coach was in heaven Loughery interesting yeah and Julius Erving wow yeah the Yankees so the nineties Yankees three giants won the Rangers of course Messi eight doubles and one two thousand Yankees to double two giants one and the ninety six I'm sorry but the two thousand townsmen war on championship amazing that you know you mentioned all those championships right then obviously where I'm from that city is not as old as New York City right in regards for any of us teams unless team I've got one stinking championship and that's already a long time ago but ninety five a long time with the Braves have been so good for so long you get a lot of I will die in peace when the falcons yeah and the hawks win camping you got it yeah I got to see rule yeah but I'm talking champ yeah I mean I'll die in peace when they done better than New York in the two thousand tons I I would say that you've done better than I don't know that's interesting that I don't know I don't I'm not so sure about that you know going to Seattle yeah that's so we'll we'll say but anyway then I can die in peace I always tell my wife that once right once those two things happened and if it ended the neck right then and there we have but there's a good chance of things may not have them in all right let's take a quick break is he's back was that not your choice I certainly doing him that you know yes in folk.

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"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"I haven't seen you since you were on my program last you'll one of you been up to I attended the World Series an Englishman at the World Series good day did you like it and I've never never had his music in all my life music brought is all construction and and the way that Lucy Marrero Sangyo national anthem it brought me to my feet what happened after he finished singing Nora Thompson bloomers started running around new music so I went home game between the New York Yankees and the Brooklyn Dodgers in this game your bangs a single story with the Americal play makes an amazing for the seventh and deciding game reading is third and makes a great point landing the two forty seven Johnny Mercer version of there is a movie song of the south and the great bay Bruce's per well discuss pitching strategy was when James Mason tells World Series experience on our show and highlight some actual nineteen forty seven World Series even more this is the any Howard orchestra and I wonder all from nineteen forty seven.

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"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:58 min | 2 years ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Channel I was twenty five and I shouldn't have done it but you know what it did not help you to an extent get elected well yeah but I was already an off if it was before it was four years before I became mayor of center that made you more popular did not shortly may be a household name you know what you know he is so is I eight nine that's true and that's true you know poisoning can only hours old I hear yeah well you know I know you're huge Yankees fan yeah right I know you you attend Yankees games regularly talk to use non Afghans in front yes so talk to me a little about your team this year now I would imagine you've gotten a chance to get to know some of the former players in the past like I was like yo Tory and the manager so what does that been like for you because because obviously you're New Yorker your huge baseball fan that must be a treat for you to meet some of the other you've Yankee store out yet are with us of the design brown I would imagine I great no goes back further in nineteen I'm a Die Hard Yankee fan could you you're a fan of the teams where where you live where you grow water I grew up in the forties and fifties in New York when the Yankees won the World Series every year they were in the world a New York team back then we had the Dodgers and giants two in New York the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants show from I came to America in nineteen forty nine I was five from nineteen forty nine to nineteen sixty four every single year sixteen straight years the World Series either had the Yankees the dodges the giants and sometimes two of them so it was like it was in New York calling tickets like back then and I mean they had to be preachy packed and they are now yeah like ten Bucks for tickets yeah well yeah you said the bleachers was seventy five cents and the general admission was a dollar twenty five K. idea so it was great and so my spend my youth the arching Yankees anyway it's a nineteen eighty eight and I am forty four years old and they have these dream camps and where people's usually thirty in up in most the guys are in their forties and fifties for one week you can go to Florida and play baseball with your heroes a double header every day for a week and then the final night of the dream camp you get to play against the Yankees but you have a Yankee pitcher and I was one of the only characters in camp so I went to the Yankee camp and the Yankee campaigns Mickey mantle Whitey Ford you'll get an error doc rivers I mean it was like all hall of fame the game and we wear so for a solid week you have your locker next to them you do have the all your meals with them you go out Mike night with them it's a double header honestly it was so now on the final night in fort Lauderdale I'll tell you the night it's April fifteenth nineteen eighty eight of Friday night you can look it up on the calendar so you know I'm telling you the truth it stay open up fort Lauderdale stadium to the public and now with the public to see Mickey mantle Whitey Ford you'll receive these guys of course to the sold out now in a packed stadium they announced the batteries for the Yankees Ford and spring and the cat Whitey is warming up all my gosh and I wear glasses underneath my mask and my glasses of following up and I'm tearing up because this is my whole childhood coming back to me oh my gosh I'm and suddenly out of the dugout coming to back bad here comes Mickey mantle ten thousand people get nervous you've ever been in your life I am now for physically shake and as I said two years are my glasses of fog so I certainly I called time out I run out to the mound and why eighty it has a thick New York accent right in Long Island as a combining out there to the mound and he says what do you do and I says why the I can't stop shaking he put his arm around me like a little child any says get the blank behind the plate mantle hasn't hit in twenty years any stone drunk okay okay I get what a story and then walk and then Mickey takes a swing powering fly ball deep to left that is court but just had she not high in the plane as Mickey mantle is his batting and Whitey Ford is pitching it was the single greatest you know I was just and that was the question is can I ask you a couple more quick questions for you Jerry new show coming up by the way judge I want to get to that I was gonna ask you what you've done in your career and your life and he had any other experiences like that where you say I don't think anything would match that but that where you met somebody special that you've always wanted to meet because of what you've done for living you been able to do some amazing the amazing yes to develop relationships while chip because of my politics said yeah as the mayor you in our metal the president's just because you do that in the business of your job engine credit like that so but I'll tell you the only person I've ever met that I got nervous about was I had an audience with pope John Paul the second and end well number one I am Jewish and then only Catholic people in Cincinnati and a whole bunch of them only now held this spring well you know yeah I'm in church every got the phone for the but it would because it started this organization in Cincinnati during the mid eighties called Cincinnati reaches out and you're not old enough to merit but in the eighties well in fact there was a song out of we are the world because Ethiopia and much of Africa was undergoing a drought in people were dying because there was no food and because no rain no food was growing but there was a was no medicine no sanitation so we went over to Ethiopia of two weeks at a time to bring over medicine because the people were dying of malaria yellow fever tuberculosis well the diseases that we had cured here in America fifty a hundred years ago and the pope heard the Vatican heard about our efforts to do this so they said on your next trip over to Ethiopia please stop over in Rome and the pope would like to bless your efforts so yes you know first you could say who is this really when you get a great in the battle of the court is saying yeah I think it's a prank and calling me really but it's obvious it turned out to that so we could run but you get when you go and meet the the pope you have to give me their day or two earlier right right are you sure you on the protocol it cetera and one of the things they said is now when you meet him he speaks this was booked jumble he speaks fifty seven languages or something she said so to speak slow enough that he gets immediately what language you're speaking speak loudly she was elderly so now it's my turn to go there in the end and beam and I actually was nervous and I realized I've been public my whole adult life why am I a nervous but but I was because this is a very holy man most people as it happened to be my religion but I sure sure totally respect for the I think most people would have made a yeah that is an incredible what every you said to him yeah he would repeat and say god bless so I said your holiness I am Georgia Dodgers spring a god I am and what I did state of United it's got but here bring medicine TV about if you'll be got I should say I'm with channel five news and we would have had it for you because you have the numbers right we would have had a promo channel five god bless if if you started shouting out generally yeah I do my share of this is when I was on the news before okay captions of but that I guess was the bows that's incredible that's those are two one billion I story and they have pictures of course cash but then like an idiot you know you order a yeah I'll take Colossus me on the boat you can't put them all up in your house right warn you send one to you right right what do you do I don't know because you can't give them your ancestors your autograph to send them that and your I'm saying that got hit with Jerry Springer tax so it all right so you're here to promote yes judge Jerry let's get to that and then we have let you go here I'm just picturing you in a robe okay being a judge yes okay yeah and first off how did this come about I know you said they reached out to you and what excites you about this new project in this new show coming up I'm loving it and it I'm not just saying it I mean I really do love it because first of all at my age I'm seventy five you would think it's time to retire and I really did think it was time to retire my show I was in a anymore episodes but then Sean Boyle who is head of sales for NBC of the shows he came into my office is as Jerry I got this idea your lawyer what if we did judge Jerry and I spit out the the coffee I was having and it is yes as I said yes right away and so was totally his idea did the network has been phenomenal NBC universal they have pulled out all the stops and would literally in a hundred percent of the country now so and these are real cases and it was a total joke around a little bit because I can help it but these cases are real when these people files real stuff anywhere in the country they don't know they're going to be on television didn't even know I mean it I have a judge show while when they filed a case is what we have is we have stringers all around the country whose job it is to every morning check every courthouse in America if you buy computer obviously every chord and find interesting cases and if they find it interesting case in any of the fifty states contact the plaintiff and the defendant would you be willing to have your case adjudicated by may I say now or some of these leaders that was some don't but yeah I would say yes so we flying to Connecticut yeah and then whatever decision I.

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"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"The Brooklyn Dodgers beat the Philadelphia Eagles twenty three to fourteen at Brooklyn's Ebbets field this week in one thousand nine hundred sixty six ice hockey legend, Bobby ORR, scores his first career goal against the Montreal Canadians at the time of his retirement. He was the leading defenceman in league history with two hundred seventy goals this week in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven the New Jersey Americans who later became the New York end. Z? Nets played their first ABA game. And jumping ahead this week in nineteen Ninety-three Joe Carter hits only the second baseball World Series winning home run as the Toronto Blue Jays win game. Six of the World Series to beat the Philadelphia Phillies, four games to two and I can still remember every awful moment. Yeah. I'm a Phillies fan. That's your iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. KNX traffic northbound I five at northeastern report way traffic is backed up by four to the westbound, I eighty four still a bit congestive twenty eight five five I five traffic, moving wealth important, directions and four or five. Inbound sunset traffic just a bit slow before the vista tunnel. I'm Jay Phillips traffic now. K to weather brought to you by standard TV and appliance in the week ahead. We'll start off with some unsettled weather still expecting to see some showers possible thunderstorms in the afternoon on Monday you showers winger Tuesday, but a little drier the rest of the day Halloween Wednesday doesn't look too bad high around sixty should be seen at least a little bit of a break for traders. If they want to go with Katie storm tracker, weather, a Mary Los another update less than thirty minutes from now.

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"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"But in the meantime, they played it a garbage pit that we're, they played was garbage dumped. Know that. What are you laughing at. Left at the bullshit that you laying out here and I gotta watch by language. Yes. If you don't mind, I'll chastise myself the Brooklyn Dodgers played it in Brooklyn. How do you know all this failure you there were, you know, but I studied the history of it and before the New York Yankees won so many championships because the Brooklyn Dodgers the Saint Louis cardinals, the Saint Louis Browns, they Detroit Tigers and they had that they couple of other like this. They Cincinnati barbers before they had to read the red legs. They had the barber's and before they had the Pittsburgh Pirates, they had the Pittsburgh pots or something like that. Pittsburgh earns. It was very embarrassing and. Which one in Pittsburgh Pittsburgh earns like funeral are like where you put and they played the Pittsburgh team had to play in the forest because the city just had didn't have any room for them. This was what was going on and Forbes field. All of these early ballparks didn't exist. I say they didn't exist timespan of we talking about here. We're talking about the very beginnings of the twentieth century, In the late. the late nineteenth century. All right. Well, the beginnings of major league baseball was nineteen. O one is that it that was when the American League was established and banned Johnson, who is the president? She decided she wanted to and she talked to her wife about this, and he said, this is a great idea ban. So she said, all right, and she was a big, big man. Ban Johnson is about two hundred and eighty pounds. She spoke cigars. She had a watch fob, and you know the coal nineteenth century get up and she'd sit around jaw jacket, nothing. And finally said, I think I'd like to be the owner of a major league baseball team, and someone said, where we'll that's gonna take money and she said, she's, you're, you're right, what am I gonna do about that? And they say, I guess you'll have to spend some and she said, okay. We're looking for oil. You want the story. The other teams tell us about how these teams are Pittsburgh played a forest. There wasn't any baseball. The only great ballpark was where the New York Yankees played. They played it a place called hilltop park in New York, and and people came out in the sun shining and they had hot dogs and root beer. All the other teams played in garbage dumps. They played in cleared out areas of the forest. Some of them were forced to play in the street literally because no one wanted them, you know, major league game was played in a street filled. Are you asking me the questions? You give me the answers. I mean, first of all, Margaret came on, I I came on, I tried to tell them, they mocked me, oh, marching my wife. We're not mocking your wife. I, it was hard to believe her. That's all they mocked me all. Have you know you Mark by a wife, your mocking, you mock him. You're mucking me, Frank. We're not mocking Margaret. We're saying, it's hard to believe that these teams. Early on in the twentieth century, I was zoomed that they played regular. There's a picture right here. I'm looking at it here of the bust Boston being here it is the bust and pilgrim's Boston pilgrims or the American League team. Right, right, right. And they're playing here at some place called it's it's a ballpark. It's what you're looking at a black and white sketch. It's a drawing. Yeah, but it shows people. Yeah, you know where they've played that with. That's showing you. That's right. In the middle of what was at artillery range that the army was using and the army would stop and they'd go out and play a game, and then they'd have to clear off what it doesn't look anything like that. What is it supposed to look like? When some assets down and draws a picture with a bunch of stick, figure proud people that stick figures are real people. Real people. I mean he drove, he drew something that looks realistic. The only things I've ever seen stick stick figure people standing there in a ball. No, no, no, no, no, no. We're talking to Frank Ray here. You're talking. To Frank gray, who's at attorney and baseball historian and what he says goes very dear. Phil Frank, you know, whatever you say, okay, that's fine..

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This Week in Sports History

Bill Cunningham

01:11 min | 3 years ago

This Week in Sports History

"In one thousand nine hundred fifty seven the Brooklyn Dodgers announced their move to Los Angeles, Los Angeles agreed to build the team a new stadium something that Brooklyn wouldn't agree to the dodgers played their first four seasons. At the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum before opening Dodger Stadium on April tenth nineteen sixty two. And this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine Herschel Walker is traded from the Dallas Cowboys to the Minnesota Vikings for five players and six draft picks. This is regarded as the best trade in NFL history. Well for the Cowboys Walker had no success in Minnesota while the Cowboys built their team up with players like Emmett Smith Russell Maryland Kevin Smith and Darren Woodson that's your iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Get ready to binge. It's new to view streaming edition new to Netflix this week. Check out some new stand up from Moammar or the new cooking series called salt fat acid heat for the kids. You've got new seasons of Sofia the first boss baby back in business and Octo nuts.

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Bill Clinton, Michelle Nap and President discussed on Retirement 360

Retirement 360

03:22 min | 3 years ago

Bill Clinton, Michelle Nap and President discussed on Retirement 360

"Now, a look back at this week in history this week in one thousand nine hundred thirty six harnessing the power of the mighty Colorado. River the Hoover dam begins sending electricity over transmission lines. Spanning two hundred sixty six miles of mountains and deserts to run the lights radios and stoves of Los Angeles this week in nineteen fifty six New York Yankees right hander Don Larsen pitches. The first no hitter in the history of the World Series, even better. It was a perfect game. That is there were no runs no hits. And no errors. And no batters reached first base Larssen's performance anchored. His team's third straight win against their crosstown rivals. The Brooklyn Dodgers this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty two eighteen year old Michelle nap is watching television inner parents living room in Peekskill New York when she hears a thunderous crash in the driveway. She went outside to find a sizable hole on the rear end of her car. A matching hole in the gravel driveway underneath the car and in the whole a bowling ball size. Meteorite? While meteorites are fairly common. Meteorite hitting a car is not a car is after all very small object on a very large planet. In fact, as far as scientists know it has only happened twice before once in Illinois during the nineteen thirties and once in Saint Louis and this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight the US house of representatives votes to proceed towards impeaching President Bill Clinton on charges of perjury and obstruction of Justice by December nine hundred ninety eight the Republican led house had gathered enough information from an investigation committee vote in favor of impeachment which in turn sent the case to the Senate. Bill Clinton was the first president to be impeached by the house of representatives since Andrew Johnson in eighteen sixty eight Johnson was also acquitted. That's your look back at this week in history. I times the most iconic brand in the booming cannabis industry. Just went public joined the IPO now high times investor dot com. Don't miss your chance to be part of history in the making visit high times investor dot com. That's high times investor dot com. Hi

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"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on PTI

PTI

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on PTI

"I wish I needed a haircut happy on people, happy eightieth birthday, Doug, no mos-. One of those famous New York City basketball players recruited to North Carolina by Frank liar along Billy Cunningham, Larry Brown, all star in the is a player, but most famed for coaching NBA for fifteen seasons. Most of them the Denver Nuggets. Very chatty and funny, absolutely mentioned Larry King before and the dodgers. Doug Moe loves the dodgers the Brooklyn Dodgers. That's going back away. Happy anniversary, Jared, Goff on this day last year, Goth entertain the Thursday night football audience by throwing for two hundred ninety two yards and three touchdowns Tej the forty nine forty one thirty nine like Baker Mayfield GOP was the overall number one pick, but he waited a lot longer to play because his coach, Jeff Fisher had no particular faith in him, which is ridiculous it. Starting with that game, thirty touchdown, seven or sections answer twelve and four. Starting with that win over the Niners shabby. Happy trails to fifteen yards for the jets. The jets were flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct after Zia crew. Oh, well scored a touchdown. And then did this obviously of seem celebration with the football before throwing it into the stands. It seems like pro well carries a grudge against Cleveland where it's been his first four seasons. Frank actually suspended for that freak show with the ball. The NFL will let you do almost anything now, but you know, you can't remember Beckham pretending he was the dog ping. I can't have it. One airline grounds GM. John Dorsey picked Baker Mayfield for the Browns. He wasn't there the year before when they pick Myles Garrett because that year he picked Patrick Mahomes for the bad quickly to the big finish Conor McGregor set of his next. You see that is going to quote truly love putting them beating on this little glass jar rat on quotas. He selling you. I have Spiro interest in that fight. Colin cabinet attorney says two teams that will remain nameless, maybe interested in signing his client. You believe that can happen, leave it when I see Jacob degrom on the mound tonight for the nets against the nets right here expect him to win Cy Young tonight. Chris sale, the Red Sox night against Trevor Bauer and the Indians who's got more at stake. Both are coming back from injury. Both are going to be in the play. Playoffs. That's watch last one. If you would number sixteen UCF tonight, sixteenth win in a row. I want that Streep to continue sixteen in a row all over. Let's the biggest. Most of the time we'll try to better the next time. I'm Tony Kornheiser and I'm Frank, so have a great week and you can get the podcast on the ESPN app or apple podcasts. Missy..

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"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'll be more aware of this by Saturday because I'm making a phone call tomorrow. In this area, the Malden Medford area. Oh, okay. On the it'll be t- assessable case says, okay, I'm one last thing. How you doing? Yes. Jack. Okay. All right. I'll talk to let it. All. Right. Good night. Jack out there goes back and. I will take our break. And then go to Betty so Betty on the boat. You will be no actually, let me take bidding air. One main reason I won't have time because I'm doing my CBS news break in three or four minutes and that three or four minutes. We'll give me Betty tired. So benny. Welcome aboard. Thank you. How are you? I'm fine. How are you? Hi, kenny. I'm working not bad for an old lady. Sounds like. No. Been here for a week. I took it out last week. And when I was a little girl about five or six years old. I was at the summer house up at big Sabet. Go all the adult men were sitting around the table. And I was sitting there bored out of my spell listening to them talk about who was going to win the World Series. And after they had their big discussion in disgust decided on their team. I leaned overnight tapped on my grandfather's pan. And I said, and I pointed by finger, and I said, you have it all wrong. What two teams I don't remem-. I don't remember what the other team was nine. I was five or six. So it would have been nineteen fifty one fifty two in that era. What team Matt would have been if if it was fifty one it was the the Yankees giants. It was if it was fifty two it was the Yankees and the dodgers. Well, I look at my grandfather. And I said you've got it all wrong. Any sudden who's going to win the World Series young lady? And I said the Brooklyn Dodgers. And if they win what do you want coconut cream pie from my grandmother? Nice. And and in my birthdays in the fall, and when my birthday came instead of having a birthday cake. She served coconut cream pie because they won. Well, then it was nineteen fifty five. Yeah. Well, I was nine I was very young gave us the wrong years engaged. Yeah. Exactly. Oh, I thought I was much younger. But I had never watched a baseball game in my life. I had no idea what the game was about. But all I knew was the Brooklyn Dodgers the shot heard round the world. Well, Betty book on that too. Thank you and only because I've got news and twenty seconds. I'm gonna say goodbye to you. Now. Good night goodbye to two very fine. Man. Thank you very much. I appreciate that. Take care. All right. Right. Right. And I've got. To people that are currently patiently awaiting their turn and their turn will come after the CBS news hit CBS news update. A mass shooting broke out in Maryland at a righty distribution center about thirty five miles northeast of Baltimore police, say twenty-six year old woman armed with a handgun opened fire on co workers Colleen Hendrix, lives nearby house just walking to get to the bus stop here. And there was one of my neighbors. That said, hey, watch out. There's an active shooter WJC TV's Jorge Solis is at the scene. Authorities say sneaky Moseley shot and killed three over co workers wounding three more before taking her own life..

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"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"They had just lost double header that Brooklyn Dodgers that that day July fourth. And I guess they had a game off a day off that next day. And then literally from July sixth through. I guess it was the early part of timber. The brakes put together a forty one game and twelve loss streak forty one and twelve in that period of time, right? Have having started at twenty six and forty and really became in contention until the week of the seventh and eighth of September where they actually beat the New York Giants to add three were the leading club at the time and moved into first place. I mean, and then you know, come September October. They were essentially on fire and is amazing turnaround, and you just wonder, you know, this now gets into sort of issues around baseball, right? So you get hot. You get lucky. You get team starts. Gelling starts playing well, you wonder, sort of what one of the things superstition. I mean, what sort of other sort of, I guess, intangibles you you, you wonder, sort of came into play to make them sort of coalesce into something that became somewhat of a confident of winning winning. A proposition on the field after having years in even the last two years of ownership, not being the case. Well, of course, the Braves, Nike fourteen where almost totally different team from the Braves of nineteen thirteen exceptions. So it was a made over team factor. Is that the giants? Of course, we're perennial power in the National League with managed by Monroe. The giants had an aging team in nineteen fourteen and well. These guys were on the downside of their careers, and in fact, the giants finish dead last the next year. So that was, you know, the way they faded in the last part season while the Braves just ran away with sort of a harbinger of how bad the giants we're gonna be in the next year and then McGraw had to rebuild that team which he did and then came back and won the dependent in nineteen seventeen. But the. Giants were. Everybody thought that they were the the stronger statement National League in nineteen fourteen. But it turns out they were not at all. They were not nearly as good as everybody thought they were. So. Before we move onto the rest of the season. You mentioned this quite this character rabbit Miranda. All right. So Walter, James, Vincent rabbit, quote, unquote, Miran Ville. Maybe a little bit of insight into Hammy seems like quite the character. I think he was kind of known as sort of a clown kind of character. Right? I've sort of a jokester if you will. He was there. Buddy also was a good solid ball player and had a long career. In in the National League. And of course. And later voted into the hall of fame by the veterans committee veterans committee. And I personally don't think that rabbit rabbit Miranda has any business the hall of fame anymore than a number of other people who are in the hall of fame do. But he, he was a very popular figure. One of the things he did was. Palm pop flies to shortstop area. He would make this basket catch instead reaching up for the ball. He would catch it at his his built, and that was very popular with the fans. You know, they, they left to see rabbit do the the basket, catch all around the National League. So he was just a. He was just a character, but a pretty good ball player, a good shortstop and. Around for a long time. He managed the pirates during one period of the nineteen twenties, and he was a good time manager. He enjoyed having a good time with his players more than he. Was interested in doing serious managing. Just he's one of those guys that we, you know, we, we don't have players like that anymore. Real characters. He was just that he was, you know, sort of like later on dizzy, dean, and Mark Federick, and some of the other characters who come along. But they don't come along anymore. Everybody is. Straight arrow and concentrating on his game and their introduce. Everybody says the same thing. And so that's part of of Morand villes appeal. He was just the guy that. You pay your money to see play because he was he put. You know, he, he gave you something to watch apart from just, you know, they weren't area baseball play. Well, I guess the fans showing up for for the team as well besides just him right?.

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"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

The Ringer MLB Show

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

"And I really wish we'd, we'd save it for situations like this. It's it's just how do you get this rich dot, knowing what you're doing on this scale, it's it's just breathtaking. I know there should be something almost quaint about, I think, particularly the wilpon ownership. I think Dolan obviously was the son of a very wealthy man in Woody Johnson is the air to an empire. So the these are both. People who didn't make their own fortunes. But you know, Fred wilpon in many ways, did make his own fortune as a real estate magnate around New York. And there's this should be actually the best version of ownership. It should be a man who is in unique full control, having having purchased out most of his partners in the nineties and taking on the majority ownership of the team, and he should be this homegrown homespun guy. But you know, there's this native wound with wilpon where he grew up as a Brooklyn Dodgers fan, and he was never able to abandon that fandom and for whatever reason he on trying to view on some. That's the Brooklyn Dodgers, which is impossible. The Mets entire characteristic is born around underdog and his born around Eunice sort of unlikeliness and the Brooklyn Dodgers are or old baseball tradition. And I feel like the wilpon in particular have tried to make an effort to seem like a bigger than thou organization and routinely ultimately seems so much less than when whenever they tried to do this stuff, it is kind of weird because we think about bad owners ally the time truly. Owners who are bad in part because they don't spend enough to be competitive like the wilpon Stu, it's neglect and this isn't neglect. It feels like they love it, but in the way that like Lenny of from of mice and men loves the the rabbit or whatever. The thing is that he strangles you know that like they, they're, they're crushing it like they don't know that sometimes to just let it go is the the best thing to do as an owner? Yeah, I think about that a lot in terms of a lot of the deadline deal meddling that they did particularly Newmar Monae years, and it's interesting that Omar is kind of back as one of this three headed GM monster that the Mets have right now I don't. It's always hard to tell. There's always this sort of elusive on the edges reporting about Jeff wilpon in particular meddling with the team, and we never fully officially know how involved they are with that. But inevitably it just seems like you have a team like the one that they had this year. If that features some very strong from I'm pitching talent that features. A handful of promising prospects who need time to grow and we're obviously not ready and maybe a couple of people who are overestimated in their run, and they got tricked into thinking they were ready to compete. And so they went out and they gave big money deals to Jay. Bruce. They get big money deals to Todd Frazier, they give big money deals to Jason Vargas. Now, I mean, big money is kind of a, you know is relative in in these terms, but it is money that is committed to players that are thirty five years old that they probably just didn't need to do and are now either blocking young talent or our players with no long-term purpose on the team, especially as they imagine a rebuild and make this decision about whether they should be trading Jacob degrom, whether they should be trading, Noah Syndergaard. So it's just it's hard to know who is saying, make this choice. Do this thing was at sandy Alderson was that the wilpon family? Was it John Rico who's now been kind of stepping in since Alderson was diagnosed with a recurrence of his cancer..

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"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on The MLB Show

"And I really wish we'd, we'd save it for situations like this. It's it's just how do you get this rich dot, knowing what you're doing on this scale, it's it's just breathtaking. I know there should be something almost quaint about, I think, particularly the wilpon ownership. I think Dolan obviously was the son of a very wealthy man in Woody Johnson is the air to an empire. So the these are both. People who didn't make their own fortunes. But you know, Fred wilpon in many ways, did make his own fortune as a real estate magnate around New York. And there's this should be actually the best version of ownership. It should be a man who is in unique full control, having having purchased out most of his partners in the nineties and taking on the majority ownership of the team, and he should be this homegrown homespun guy. But you know, there's this native wound with wilpon where he grew up as a Brooklyn Dodgers fan, and he was never able to abandon that fandom and for whatever reason he on trying to view on some. That's the Brooklyn Dodgers, which is impossible. The Mets entire characteristic is born around underdog and his born around Eunice sort of unlikeliness and the Brooklyn Dodgers are or old baseball tradition. And I feel like the wilpon in particular have tried to make an effort to seem like a bigger than thou organization and routinely ultimately seems so much less than when whenever they tried to do this stuff, it is kind of weird because we think about bad owners ally the time truly. Owners who are bad in part because they don't spend enough to be competitive like the wilpon Stu, it's neglect and this isn't neglect. It feels like they love it, but in the way that like Lenny of from of mice and men loves the the rabbit or whatever. The thing is that he strangles you know that like they, they're, they're crushing it like they don't know that sometimes to just let it go is the the best thing to do as an owner? Yeah, I think about that a lot in terms of a lot of the deadline deal meddling that they did particularly Newmar Monae years, and it's interesting that Omar is kind of back as one of this three headed GM monster that the Mets have right now I don't. It's always hard to tell. There's always this sort of elusive on the edges reporting about Jeff wilpon in particular meddling with the team, and we never fully officially know how involved they are with that. But inevitably it just seems like you have a team like the one that they had this year. If that features some very strong from I'm pitching talent that features. A handful of promising prospects who need time to grow and we're obviously not ready and maybe a couple of people who are overestimated in their run, and they got tricked into thinking they were ready to compete. And so they went out and they gave big money deals to Jay. Bruce. They get big money deals to Todd Frazier, they give big money deals to Jason Vargas. Now, I mean, big money is kind of a, you know is relative in in these terms, but it is money that is committed to players that are thirty five years old that they probably just didn't need to do and are now either blocking young talent or our players with no long-term purpose on the team, especially as they imagine a rebuild and make this decision about whether they should be trading Jacob degrom, whether they should be trading, Noah Syndergaard. So it's just it's hard to know who is saying, make this choice. Do this thing was at sandy Alderson was that the wilpon family? Was it John Rico who's now been kind of stepping in since Alderson was diagnosed with a recurrence of his cancer..

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"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Here's the thing i have a brooklyn dodgers hat that has the that same be on it which i don't know if they ever really used in the for the brooklyn dodgers but i the other brooklyn dodgers at that's the giant circular be letter that i hate that one so i never when you go off color on a on a team a hat uh what are you get in with best available best available hat leads you what you want to grab that judge i went to a leads you are at the mall i was in times square which is kind of an outdoor mall but worse why is it worse because they got rid of the prostitution yeah they're back in those days it's like who needs that many eminem his i need a whole square flows sex were yes right at just i i like it all in one place to good for you imagine how big the lids in times square where we should be i haven't seen it could you look down yeah the standard buster's exa you but at crazy angle i couldn't and i had a brooklyn dodgers had two with the same be and people need as a boston red sox had go had sexually it's a brooklyn now now we're we're if it it hair here story thirty four to nineteen the nevermind i don't but i hate when this is to to me to ram it work now with certain teams like yankees red sox dodgers they'll just make every color and the reality and in a like that i don't i i think it's using it's confusing in this case because that could that's that's a big you estimate has what's that made of it looks like he's a nice material it is.

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"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The nail in the coffin there 19th sixty one this dion song peaked at number one on the pop charts over in the round soon now run around suit member deante last name the mucci dion dimitri it's all run around and a 1945 jackie robinson became the first black baseball player to be hired by his majorleague team where this team announcied sign the into their aaa affiliate the dodgers brooklyn dodgers right now los angeles dodgers now playing in the world series nipped against the houston astros byebye keys flourish on fire the daddy's out here ravens in a battle field goals lose to the vikings yesterday 24 to 16 9 combined field goals in that game while six of which kicked off a bike i've warpath of the the vikings i think they set a record seven of those field goals were from forty yards and out sogliano four beth was 52 fifty one forty three forty three thirty four thirty two and of course a adjusted tucker had one from fifty seven yard just a banal zola raven his emmett till him up there although it's it was outdoor outside of them while pretty good for us i have really and of course the rain will continue to struggle offense was on a wide receiver went down with a concussion yesterday mike wallace it's all about so that's not good they they look pathetic they really did not i would fact joe flaco was sacked five times the other neogothic is right now you look at all the empty seats in the stadium across than it's something that the league's not sharing talking about it but a lot of people are are taking photographs of the stadiums on on a whether it's exactly a kick off or whether it's for soros all that we don't know but there were at least nine stadiums yesterday were half of the stadiums were empty right what a shame now shave and i'll i'll they don't have roger goodell 's contract as a result the owners are not renewing his fiveyear deal because of this anthem controversy who cares we have what we're seeing to is mediocrity parity that's all there there's no super teams this the really aren't and so or like animal i'd go i don't like one team running away with at all like everybody has a shot at a mediocre now well again look i think a lot of it has.

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"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"House this was big big la was it think eighty one or is something was the last la yankee or even one adriano does letters nobody announce ordinary appearance was i mean that was like twenty nine years ago josh blackie dan players ever you guys are what a two thousand all right last time you want is that correct two thousand but igor back truck and i wrote enough experience of you go back to the brooklyn dodgers and ugo dodgers yankees back on that day linda drove home the giant giant giant two three teams with yeah so this is hearkening back i love that the history of this okay all these guys who are like what the hell they mile luna okay unbelievable yet we agree thank you very little we have a lot on the agenda today killing gino stop stops the ohio right the care low has got arrested today dalieh lawyer they they they voluntarily went on and and they checked i guess they raynham and then he got out six they ever got to hearing today neuro learn any insights not he really area just about british asserted in are bad guy a sad they deserve it they deserve it but here i mean it's such a savvy rally we got to this point yes yeah it's just not absolutist's out i mean this the obviously the solar corona corrosion somewhere in there and it's a shame literally a shame but will follow the skin as we do all at the latest in the anthem dust up with the f l this past week roger goodell the commissioner surda we want everybody to stand but you don't have to yara you've got the owner of the forty nine is coming out saying i'm not gonna eurowhatevers it got jerry jones of the cowboys goes yes you will hit yeah you neil you're on the bench you're out and then the president of course with his tweet what are your voice think of where we are now the dell as east good though as a hypocrite thank you thank you for taking a fiveset impolite he's just like a politician here it's like you carefully wind is blowing as long as the money is flowing right yeah yeah jimbo what are you think i think.

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"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Try to take stuff out of the uh the market for the all nerica football conference and now that's now going to extend this out there but yeah they really didn't wanna do that that quickly they were open to key things a little more localised maybe just midway across the country and not go all the way out there uh that quickly well it's it's also very interesting is these teams came into play we're talking about eight teams in the afc uh you had to new york when the new york yankees won the brooklyn dodgers our what was the remainder of the brooklyn dodgers since the the switch to the new york yankees team you had a a team in buffalo that didn't have any competition uh professionally you had the miami seahawks right which was relatively quickly born from baltimore efforts you had a team and cleveland right the browns which will talk about the second you had the la dawn's which worse now competing with the the rams of the nfl rights or two teams in los angeles anna anna virgin french i shall we say in the in the forty nine or of san francisco but it's also really interesting to and that the chicago team of the afc you are the chicago rockets and we talk about why arch ward in a would seem to be find that to be a an important part for him being a chicago tribune guy you already had two teams in chicago in the nfl so now you got three teams competing professionally in chicago you know it's so for it for a league that seems to have national ambitions it seems like there was a lot of doubling down and in direct competition with the nfl which even made it me more bold and were questionable.

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"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"brooklyn dodgers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Happen anyway not important yeah i i remember that i said to myself maybe this year after oca stuff like that never happened and it happened near it happened and not only did the dodgers finally beat the yankees oil world series this meet something to me as your win assess bounces out and he actually was running a little bit the first base as the mets made this kid who's making his major league debut look like sandy koufax i thought i was joking about two hours ago and i said that struck out the first two guys looking hold played on pires going nuts and there you go leasing onetwothree inning but what made i think that cata cool is that not only the brooklyn dodgers finally erased the demon by beating the yankees the clincher anke stadium so you get that extra satisfaction if you're a dodger fan of getting to celebrate a yankee stadium if i'm not mistaken i think the 80s returned the favour the next year by clinching ebbets field let's go to nick nick is calling from jackson heights new york what's up next earlier great show is thank you sir thank you um i really quick we're about work right here in uh i i think we weren't house part of your share will go maybe winning rumored scared i bogeyed there were no sovereign but look grown will growing turn undergird wonder scripts up urb looker will quote quoted but i do wonder carry the threepoint shortage really all heroes he's the modern numbeer your who discuss will mostly i remember of yogurt nba forgiven this trim warm rebuke two from adjusted but are good notice burgers an incredible amount to walk one clear because employers from sharjah putting number of water and that's true to the complex you know the all you're seeing so many more four point plays than ever i mean i think the big four point play.

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