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"bruce bochy" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"And so you know as short-lived as far as my enjoying my time on the field but Yeah it's a moment I'll never forget you. Did you get the baseball that was kind of before that became a regular routine of getting the baseball's yeah no? I I didn't get it I didn't get it Who KNOWS I I don't know it probably would stayed in the game. That's the way it was back then but I never thought about getting it either but you know Cherry Been Nice to have gotten it. What a store. You got Later on when you became manager of the Padres of course the the best player on your team at that time was Tony Gwynn. What's a story? You like to tell friends about Tony. Gwynn you know just beside you. Know is is his talent You know where he meant for me. in my purse. You're managing Tony night play together And so we became pretty. Good friends. We both live in power away. The you know at one point he. Fishing was his passion. That's that's one of mine and So we had done some bass fishing together and then we golfed and so you know we were so are pretty good. Friends played cards and so now. I'm become a manager NASLUND different. He's he's going to be one of my players But unfortunately Gino and we had that strike in ninety four and that carried in the ninety five which was my first year managing so my first year mansion. I've got replacement players and I am not comfortable doing this and Rainy Smith who hired me He helped me out and he said. Listen if you think. One of the coaches should do most of workouts You know you know. Let them do it. I get it because I didn't lose credibility Yeah with my players when this thing when that stripe is over so Tim flannery he picked me up there and he ran most of the spring training to be honest and and so when it ended Strike and we get the season going again. Tony was the one that you know really helped me. As far as saint just on the players less I know bocce. He knows the game. He knows what he's doing a help you know give me. Credibility as locker was right beside my office. Era The old Jack Murkier or qualcomm and And so you know. That's that's what I'll never forget 'cause I think there were at that time two or three players they they kinda cold for. You. 'cause you were supposedly working with these replacement players but You know he He really picked me up there. But you know there were times when we talked about As teammates yeah he. He'd go. He just knew what pitch he was going to get. He would tell you in the dugout. He's GonNa turn slider here and I'm GonNa do this with. He would do it. You know I'm GonNa hit that pie hole because you know he's GonNa he's GonNa keep throwing me away I it's just incredible at this guy could do with the bat and he made me think about him. Boches is that with all the batting titles You know that he won. It still felt like in the midst of his career. He got better because I think based on conversation you had with Ted Williams. He really learned to look for situations. Drive the ball. Oh no question and you're right it them that you know Ted. Call them out. Basically I still remember You know that evening John. Moores is house He had Ted Williams over and in fact had the first time he saw Mesa. I hear you like to fish. And he says What kind of flies are you Do you Tie The ted. I don't five if you don't fly fish but you don't fish in. I mean he just so intimidating and he was the same way with Tony about hitting and And he got on Tony about you know not hidden inside pitch and doing damage with. Because that's when you make your living you know you should be hitting the ball over to five. I five five whole Tony. You're great hitter and You know anybody can do that. But you know but you can hit the ball out of the park and you should start looking at drive that pitch and And it changed Tony and But it didn't take away his average either it just Tony Woods. He's just one of those players is great players. You know they just feel like they never have a ripe wonder it'd be better and that was Tony. He was so driven. Be The best hitter can be and he worked on that inside pitch to where became natural. They throw it in there. He he would turn on it and started hitting home runs and driving the ball and was a better hitter in And I you know he's probably looking back going. You know what it's like. What did done that earlier in my career probably would have three four three four hundred home runs. What do you remember about his relationship? Tony's relationship with Barry Bonds someone who you at the at the end of Berry's career you got to manage because it always. Those two guys had such a special relationship. It almost felt like a little bit. You know the way that you'd hear about Larry Bird and Magic Johnson and it was that way exactly like that goes through is such a tremendous respect for each other. You know what they had accomplished into game in Completely different Hitters and completely different philosophy which amazes me You know 'cause I as I I managed bury my first year and Tony was the guy you know he. He really believed that. You know the bottom hand underneath not the KNOB leading the way and Berry Woods. He talked about a top in catching the ball. He Tickets Tom. Pan On the bad. Until I aims. Amazing I look into it a bit sitters in our era and And they had different philosophies and they were different type of hitters so that played a part in that but now they just always talked hitting always got together. Talk Baseball It was EMC two of the greatest that Tremendous respect like You know bird and magic and guys like that. Tony always love to tell the story about how during batting practice one day bonds came out while the padres are taken BP and and badges riding him about his bat which you referred to you know the PEA shooter because it was so small and he said very grabbed it out of his hands during one round and then proceeded to hit about eleven straight balls is of course bury a left-handed hitter into the left-field stands in and just flip the bat away like throwing a toothpick away. Amazing Amazing Guy. Wait what he could do. you know. There were times in Neo because he knew I had Tony in spring training. Goes you know I can be what Tony does you see pie hole and he would just hit ball after ball right there in that whole I remember one time. You gotta go go. Mvp was you know hidden and triples alley there in San Francisco and And he was complaining about how deep it is. They're very you're you're you're stupid evening doing that. Why why are you doing that? This what you want to do and Berry would take it and just flip it in the Senate over the trail. Nine downright till nine. So you know you're looking guy that's all time home run leader but also had just incredible back control. It things he could do with it and in back when he He tied the record I still remember he knew clay. Hensley was gonNA throw the ball away on those sinkers away. It was in San Diego and to BP that guy was thrown BP extra two day in and my ball had a little run to it as white throat because it would be similar to Clays and sure enough you know. He played zone terminent sinker. Way might take it out to the field and he did so. I wanted there a million Madison bumgarner stories Tell me your favorite one that you like to tell people about Madison. Where my favorite Well I am positive for a second. 'cause I can't tell my favorites bear hunting trip. I swear to secrecy on that. And hopefully he'll let me tell it when when day but On the baseball side my favorite of course two thousand fourteen and Incredible run that And that he had personally You know between the wildcard game and of course what he did in game seven but it was after game five. Just shut up the royals and I had switched it a little bit because I just felt like we had to go and Kansas City up against down a game so because I was taking some heat for not pitching them in Game. Four and then Starting game seven and but Abolhassan start game four against their fifth starter. I wanted mom. Garner Pitkin chills. Anyway short ends up He shuts out Shuts out the royals. And you. You know now. We're going to Kansas City where three to work game away from you. Know being a world series champions and and Guys are you know they're to pack. 'cause WE GOTTA GO TO KC GUMS in my office. He goes you know. I just WanNa tell you if you want to win this thing you're GonNa put me out there you're GonNa start me and it's a start you win. He goes after his day off. He met game six. It's I'm not starting one day's rest. He goes on to win this thing anyway. We're starting game sits six. We wouldn't say Save Them for game seven in the pen you know. He'd be the guy that we go to as a long guy in And I said WELL NEAL I. We haven't set you know. Set to pitch in game seven right now. It's Hudson and he and Hoodie. Were very close. They really became Not just good teammates but very good friends and he looked at me so now. Now you gotTa Start Hardy I. I want him to start his gang. But you have me ready. You want to win this thing. Of course you know what happened there. So it's as Just the guy that had his maniacal focus on winning the world series when he was going to hold back on its feelings no he pits twice as many innings more than twice as many innings than any other pitcher in that postseason on any team and yet I think he told me one point that after you guys win game seven It is one of the most amazing postseason in baseball history. He finally acknowledged that he was tired. Yeah yeah he owned to well. Of course everybody was because emotionally. You're tired mentally. I mean it's just you talking about every pitch every play on the line and And of course with him you know we. It's not like we gave cushioning pitching with one run lead and of course what happened in the ninth inning You know with the two hour triple when he still has to get one more out because I could see a warming up but I I all I remember when he came in after the seventy eighth inning. I wasn't a look at them because I didn't want to look me and say I am because he you know he was our horse in about so well but Yeah he he finally owned up to it. But you know what I I'll say to me. It's the greatest pitching performance and postseason Because you know it hasn't been that long since we've had had you know we've had two extra games a wildcard and an extra postseason games. No-one's pitch at pitches many endings. Jake peavy is a great storyteller and he told me a great story about Bumgarner new that I've never asked you about and I want to But I I want to check it. Check it out with you He said that the the reason why you want two thousand fourteen the world series. He said there was a moment in the dugout. You guys are playing the dodgers late in the season. He's losing his act cranky toodle one and his spot in the lineup is coming up in the eighth inning and according to Jake he said you know you go. You basically let them know you're going to pinch hit for him. And he's lobbying he wants to bat because he loves to hit. He's down Iran. It's a big game against the dodgers and you're saying this is according to Jake. You're saying I know I know and then Madison. After hearing that a couple of times goes you a talking to me like you know and then you let him hit that. Stake story what What do you remember about that close? I mean it was close You're probably embellish that just a hair but that's J. Cuts. You know what it was a situation where he was her best and I thought he He earned that right to hit. But originally I was not gonNa let him hit Because I want to look after them too. I mean it worked hard but he was one of our biggest threats and And that's what I I I remember that really Made up my mind but you know what this go bomb because he he deserved it and he was one of our best threats he was one of our best clutch hitters. I'm telling you this guy. When you need a big hit or even a homerun. Somehow he came through for you impact. I my kid all the time now because you know he's not not the hitter he was because he's trying to see how far but that time he he knew how to sit on the pitch and So anyway yeah he yeah he was. We're going back at it back at each other a little bit. But I had made up my mind a he's GonNa hit and I told rags out in I said he's GonNa hit but I'm GonNa have some fun with this. Tell me your favorite first time you laid eyes on Lintz come and whether or not it was there any party. You is You know somebody who's been in baseball longtime wondering if that was gonna work that unusual delivery well. I bus started first time. I saw two thousand seven which was my first year San Francisco. I still remember Spring training I mean it. Was you know a lot different You know because I had some years in San Diego. The giants were team that we had to be and that was after the first meeting. That you have with your team and So yeah I'm heading out to the field. I'm with Dave Righetti and And they've goes rags goes. Hey by the way there's your number one.
"bruce bochy" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Ball. And no Dr Aaron waiting out the beep straightaway fastball. Better deal clock Marvelous Marvin for baseball marvelous moments for Atlanta and the state of Georgia. What marvelous moment for the country in the world a black man is getting a standing ovation in the deep south or breaking a record of all time. Baseball idle added a great moment for all of us and particularly for him rearm. Yup that's right the anniversary the day when Hank Aaron Broke Babe. Ruth's all time home. Run Records April Eighth Nineteen seventy four. It happening Atlanta Taylor. I was ten years old and you know I told you. I grew up on a dairy farm. So I'd get up early. Four thirty five o'clock to go to the barn every day and I fell asleep before that took place but my mom wonderful late mom who really was the one who got me interested in baseball because she bought me a book on Sandy Koufax when I was eight years old. She left me a note on the kitchen table the morning after and she described it how what happened and Hank Aaron broke babe. Ruth's record and she just had one sentence and it said. The crowd cheered and I always think of finding that. Note the morning after and being so excited about About what Hank Aaron did. That's so funny. I you know as soon as you said like you fell asleep and that you're you started saying your mom in my first thought was what my parents would do is pop in a videotape and record something on TV and that just wasn't an option back in the day no and we didn't even have television. She listened to we. We had nothing but radio until I finally overpowered by parents wanted his fifteen and got to watch some got to watch the world series on television. Wow Different Times speaking of legends. Today we're going to be talking with former giants manager. Bruce Bocce Future Hall of Famer. He's got tons of stories and a strong feeling about whether he wants to manage again and stories about. Pete Rose Tony Gwynn. Buster Posey's ten. Let's go Madison Bumgarner Paul Hembekides will join us. Because he's got stuff on Bruce Bochy in the aftermath of reports that Major League Baseball on the Players Association have been discussing a plan to begin to play in Arizona in May Major League Baseball issued a statement which went along these lines. Mlb has been actively considering numerous contingency plans that would allow play to commence once the public health situation has improved to the point that it is safe to do so while we have discussed the idea of staging games at one location as one potential option. We've not settled on that option or developed a detailed plan while we continue to interact on a regular basis with governmental and public health officials. We've not sought or received approval of any plan from federal state or local officials or the players association before we get to coach in. Have you talked to Hembo about the quote Unquote Arizona Plan? Check out the latest episode of the Bill Barnwell. Show Barnwell is joined first by Todd. Mcshay as the to discuss the process of scouting quarterbacks than Bill Connolly joins Barnwell to breakdown. Joe Burroughs writes from transfer quarterback to the likely first overall pick. Fight it where we get your podcast jumping into the numbers. Valuating millions of leases data in league playing the avs Cincinnati by do bites. This is Hembo knows. Hembo is palling bikinis a researcher at ESPN D- He is a on the show. Get up he tells us he's the head Honcho. We've not been able to confirm that Hembo I can tell you. There are a lot of theories around baseball yesterday that That that story about the potential games being played in Arizona in very specific sites having bio dome type situation with fifteen hundred members of teams basically locked down to play a bunch of games. There are a lot of theories around the sport yesterday that that was a trial balloon and I think it fell flat. What'd you think I I get the same sense not dissimilar to the trial balloon. It floated just a few weeks ago prior regarding the new playoff format in some sense but to stick to the point. Here buster. I I would say when I read the headline. Mlb plans for May start in Arizona. I guess my first sort of Cynical reaction was or the also going to announce that they're releasing a vaccine because sure because short of that. I don't know how on Earth could happen then. I read the piece and after reading the piece. I think the way I would best describe. Their plan is way overly ambitious. I think that's how I would describe it to be clear. I like the thinking I like. The fact that they're willing to think creatively and outside the box and radically differently because these are unprecedented times. And we know that. But when you boil all the variables together it seems extraordinarily unlikely to me that they could pull anything close to this together. So those are I was supposed to be a fourth generation pharmacists. Okay until you gotTa Diene Chemistry. I talked to my dad yesterday about this. He said he's a scientist at Astra Zeneca. He was fooled by the plant. He he describes me as irresponsible. He thinks it is unfathomable to think that people could be playing baseball as early as next month. His best guess is late in the summer. Which is I think more in line to what you know the rest of us are hearing and to to to put it as clearly as I could and chatting with him in in reading some other Science on the matter what would have to happen. Essentially as everyone would need to be tested in order to get this improved like all everybody. Fifteen hundred people like you said which would be close to impossible given the current testing Climate and then those people would not be exposed to anything and to be able to control the behavior of fifteen hundred human beings over the course of four and a half months. I think is is next to impossible. I I would agree with you. You Know I. I wrote a column on Sunday about how I understand. This sort of reflexive push for sports leads to get back and we saw after nine eleven how it came back and it was. It was so healing for for New York and for folks around the country to the distraction of baseball and other sports which is something the White House really wanted and the White House right now. You'd probably want that. But there's one enormous difference between the stituation after nine eleven the situation. Now you made reference to it. You can't tell the players that you can keep them safe. You can't tell players you know that you're going to protect them and I tweeted out over the weekend that if I were a player by first question would be about this bio dome idea. Are The owners? GonNa be in there to our donors going to be in in in with us and taking the same risks short of that I wouldn't entertain it also say this quickly. The there are two things that weren't mentioned that piece that I think the first thing they said suggest after I read it. One one about the minor leaguers right. They weren't made mention of once. We just GONNA as other careers in the seasons at the very least of all these minor league just a wash and secondly major league baseball would have to make spitting punishable by fine like this. That is one of the one of the ways in which is most easily transmitted. Imagine watching baseball game without spinning. That's another that's another sort of a caveat to this that I thought was interesting and probably worth bringing up when we finally end up having this conversation in more. I give me some reflections on alkaline. The hall of Famer but more than that and you. You saw the reaction after. He passed away to what a great person he was. Yeah Alcohol Caitlin was One of the good guys. He was my grandfather's favorite player. My grandfather rooted for the Detroit. Tigers grew up in North West Ohio and so I got to hear lots of stories about alkaline and and revered is probably the best way to put it like. He's he's one of very He's a he's a rare breed one of very few people whose asked anonymous with the city for whom he played as anyone in any sport and it was so refreshing to see the outpouring of of love for my. I read an extraordinary Open the Detroit. Free press with extremely an enormous detail and it is you know. We talked about alkaline as a player just last week because Jim Kaat spoke so highly of him as a player. On Your podcast. But there's a few things that really Stuck out to me about alkaline. Buster's the player first of all was honestly remember him as being prodigious to sign a contract that they after you graduate high school and then appear a week later in the game is a pretty extraordinary thing he remains to this day. The youngest player to ever win about about title and I think the the best story that I read. That really speaks to who he was as a person was in nineteen sixty eight. He missed as you recall a lot of time with an injury and the Tigers went up in the world series that year and he volunteered to take himself out of the lineup despite being their best player and instead they played on four hundred and the world series and was bigger reason why they wanted anybody. But that's the kind of person he was. He was Unselfish to a fault on those he never wanted to. Mvp He he's a person who I think he was very much overlooked In some sense in an base in in the in the scope of time period baseball because there was dominated by the Yankees but a tremendous person a great player and it was nice. It sort of has his to see his moment in a more time this week. It was sad but it was. It was refreshing. Yeah it was one of those reactions. Though is absolutely universal that people really liked him and respected him for the type of person that he was. We're going to be hearing from Bruce Bochy and his second. What was your biggest takeaway from the interview? Which we we sent you a sneak preview of it and he was talking about Tony. Gwynn the Tis. Tony Gwynn stuff was extraordinary and I have to admit that I didn't ever study Tony. Gwynn's career in in in the sense sort of broke it down to before and after. He embraced hitting for power. But I was overwhelmed with the number that I saw. And you'll hear Bruce Bocce an interview talk about this so in the final eighteen career. That's ages thirty four. Through forty one he talks in a five hundred slugging percentage. That's the exact same. Slugging percentage as Fred. Mcgriff did during that time just for some context number fourteen percent higher than it was early in his rear went theoretically he would have been hitting for more power and to provide a little bit more perspective on on what that is it a player of that age or or older thirty four older the higher slugging percentage and Ken Griffey Junior Mel Ott Reggie Jackson Willie mccovey posted and the seasons. And as you'll hear Bruce Bocce say he did it without sacrificing power buster during that time. Twenty Gwin batted three fifty six only up for a higher batting average twenty when after the age of thirty three as you said. He got better with age when he gets truly embrace it for a little bit. More power and spitting on the baseball. And I'M GONNA I'm GonNa Bring this up and I didn't tell you this coming. There's one swing that I vividly remember. Vividly remember illustrating this point. Buster the game one of the Nineteen Ninety. Eight world. Series threw a fastball. His fist and Tony Gwynn sputtered around a hit off the third deck and got. It was a rocket I if I felt like I hit the deck. Like three seconds that. That is a swing. That best illustrates the hitter. That twenty Gwin became. And obviously as you'll hear that There was Ted Williams in some sense that inspired him to do it. Yeah boats tells that story about being in the same room with Tony Gwynn. Ted went my goodness. I can't imagine how much I if you ask for. Charity auction having someplace how much money would generate..
"bruce bochy" Discussed on Giants Splash
"Playing the cubs you know in nineteen seventy eight and we had to go through these really complicated signs with we. They have been authors in the outfield. But not just stare Saint Louis Colorado pronounce technology. That's leading the way from Wrigley Field. You'd never know I mean like the old Polo grounds. There's so much out there That who knows where they might be hiding a camera So there's been a lot of talk of removing all technology in game for player access. Like why do you use it during the game? Use It for the prep-work pre-game but don't have any access during the game. Just play the game or would you be in favor of that or or like totally okay. No question to play the game you know and there were times when of course like every club regards you go back and look at their bats. Whatever no-one I would take it away. You know just to try to get two guys back playing the game you know. Sometimes I just felt it was a distraction. Y'All have to go out and play defense year and they're looking at video for five minutes and then you got hit the field. They're coming out. Scramming find their gloves and everything. Well I can focus be where it needs to be some Now I would be so much for not allowed technology during the game yet. I mean that might be coming given what we're seeing here Well John and I'm being honest this is not. I don't want Monte Old Guy you know. Hey you can't do this. Do that at the great for the game. I think we're all learning how to improve. Make plays better whatever but at the same time you know. It's you don't WanNa make the game less entertaining. That's that's my fear. Sometimes when when we're slowing down in You know we're putting stuff up there. The fans don't even know what it is. No when we came up you had its. Rbi's an average and granted is up more numbers in there. More important than adequate average fan wants to see a baseball. Yeah you know. Now it's it's it's GonNa grow and and that's that's great but this this don't overdo it you Were contacted in the off. Season about by the number of teams asking because there are quite a few opening sort of managing. You respectfully said you wanted to step back in twenty twenty and that's what you're doing and now you're a special advisor with the giants now. The last time the giants hired a special adviser was Baker and now he's managed to the big leagues and You know so to ask the question which you probably have gotten before but not twenty twenty but beyond twenty one twenty two whenever you see yourself. Managing again in the bigs. Yeah no I've been asset a lot. You know it's a hard question to answer because I don't know how I'm GonNa React as we get into the season how much I'm going to miss it or one to get back. I made this decision. I'm good with it. I'm thinking about managing right now but You know I may hit me to the point where I'd say cop man I just miss it too much. I love to have another opportunity. I don't know I don't but I met a good place now. I can tell you that and but dusty. I'm happy for him and I know He really wanted to get back to manage. And so some fortune. What happened with silver lining on this dusty used? Get a chance to manage again in a really good team. Is He. A Hall of Fame Manager Bruce. He he never won a world series and it seems like sometimes. That's the prerequisite for a lot of managers You know he's up there among the leaders. Oh probably get to two thousand now. That he's back in. The game is amazing. You see anybody else with two thousand there in the hall of fame. But for whatever reason padlock etcetera a world series title has escaped his resume. Yeah and you know. I don't know how they decide. Managers it's the wearing a little different for me dusty with what he's done he's impacted game and even throw in what you know good player too. But it's pretty good numbers and you're right. He's get two thousand wins and I know this. What's driving me wants to win a championship? Yeah I think he he look as body of work is when percentage. He's really good teams in in a look at me. I've beds. Why hasn't gone? Well met them up years with some things with yeah to me when I looked at some of those managers advocacy of. They're looking good bruce. Thanks so much in good. Good luck in the world baseball classics again. Your new role with the with the giants or Gionta. Visiting this gives me good memories. I'm sitting down here and it's nice here and we're in the shade watching BP his new complex you know. Aaron Spring Training what I had This wouldn't have happened to. I covered you back in. Yuma Bruce when you're catcher with the padres in the eighties at the the Ray kroc complex in Yuma Arizona We've come a little ways a long way. Thank you for listening to this. Episode OF GIANT SPLASH HENRY. 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"bruce bochy" Discussed on Giants Splash
"Misfits can be a good then. I remember that two thousand ten club that was a compliment when describing those guys You want it all if I remember ten twelve and fourteen. I Dunno of your favorite in any of those series. You're used to the underdog role irrelevant. Underdog role and prevailed With the underdog role in won three titles. And now you're probably underdog again but this is at a different level. Could your experience in that role. Help you in these situations Hopefully you know we We'll be talking about some of that stuff. We went through with the players Alan Hansen for example. And I'm hoping he goes. He's like our Babe Ruth because he's a professional players so he's an hard my order and my hope is hope is he does make it. We should over sure and a couple of days with the you tried to draw on that experience of you know I'll be talking to the players about some of that stuff but you know what it's It's going to be about work in about putting any effort is no easy way to get these guys ready. You gotta get down get after and is a double elimination and its Six teams and to advance. I believe For France Brazil Germany Nicaragua Pakistan and south. Africa's that right right. Yeah Okay we'll have more of our conversation with Bruce Bochy including his thoughts on the Astro scandal right after the. Hello Heather Knight. Hello Peter Hart Lab. You may have heard from the east coast media and even the White House that San Francisco has literally become a toilet and we completely disagree. The big event podcast is becoming total. Sf and we're going to highlight what still great about San Francisco will interview colorful character share history pay tribute to our favourite. Sf movies and just have fun. Listen for the cable. Car Bell Total. Sf wherever you get your podcasts. I think it was one of your most emotional days as a manager. In all your years was calling your son from the bullpen and him trotting out and you actually give him the ball. The pitch and big league game first time in history. A father gave a ball to his son to pitch in the big leagues. It was John At. I'm getting motion. Dugout a man I got was nervous too but You know and I I did. Time did not realize that never happened in history. The game and that even booed me way more but You know I wish you love your son but You know I know what all he went through. I wasn't drafted high school with Kansas In having Tommy John and We drafted omen End Up being closer rich men. We put a great numbers of Marlene. So this was earned. This was not because he might son. That's the tough part about being the son of and manager or somebody in baseball. Mant answer that question. But the numbers prove that Are Have the evidence that he earned that but still you know to have matt on the mound and go have so many memories of took him through his journey to get to. That spy is pretty special. Yes because special. You have You know your son your brother. I Bet your dad would be proud of this of what's coming up here seeing the the next generation and beyond The in part of this special event and in your father was kind of instrumental in your life. Brought you out to Washington senators game straight. Bribe Ri- right you. If my dad was here he would say no. I'm managing your your gear. Coaching on the basis. I know him because that's what we do. And you know. He coached armed forces and our army teams on base. He was code head coach Then he would be proud. You know you've done my generation my son him and Joe. My brother there so And you know. I'm sure there'll be times when we think about we'll sit around and talk about them and how much he wished we which he was there to see this now. I I don't think you're a big fan of the twenty eight man rosters in September I think he like If I'm not mistaken when the new rule instead of having as many as forty I think twenty eight is the Max You know but I obviously bret earned his way to the big leagues He had some special numbers in the minors. But maybe moments like that and rewarding guys who paid their dues in the minors aren't Possible anymore. What word is that true with John? Mortimer you know bread may not gotten okay Coupla call-ups he probably would not be honest to me. You know I I don't think he was viewed as you know the next the next two or three top guys be called up. And you know I've been in in that situation yet these guys but they go through minor leagues and the schedule that they have to deal with the money that they make you know indicated adventures thirty days in the big leagues. That's something you can never take away into makes everything worthwhile and so it's going to cost some players as that's my position on this Now do I think it should be forty dollars to me? But if get to the point where teams in contention gardeners you look over there. They would have about forty guys then. That's too many but I think twenty eight. That's you know that's tough for those guys. Now you know the hope for them get called up. Its duggleby as big as it used to be. You Know I. I haven't heard any commentary by yourself on the The Astro scandal linked you win the championships and ten and twelve and fourteen. The astros wanted in seventeen and technology has advanced so much. And we've gone so far since then. What what was technology like back in ten twelve and fourteen versus what it is now or at least last year. When when you manage. How far have we come to to see a team like Houston do what they did get in trouble for all cramming John in this game and really the last five years pro bowl how? How much has changed in two thousand ten now? We still had analytics. We've used a lot of our stuff. Computers and opposite. We didn't have the ability to do a Houston. Was Doing Avenue cameras out there. Whatever but you know. That's you know. I think that suitcase with any business You know it's. It's our games that Mike Gaza of the business world and And so as a matter of time before something like this happen it really was. It's unfortunate You know what's really sad about this whole thing you know. They won the world series and seventeen. But now that's a hard rain to where it's hard and say. Hey you know I was world champion two thousand seventeen. Because now it's been tainted as much as they say it has been you know still tainted now who's to say how big a role was overstated. And all that I. Nobody knows you know the whole story but but it's almost like the baseball gods are saying. Wait a minute. They're slow down on this. They punished us a little bit. Well when you were managing before this came out was was. Was there a belief by the Astros or any other team that that stuff might have gone on and it was. There always a defense mechanism to to try to overcome any Possibilities teams stealing signs with technology illegally. Yeah Yeah there's always concern No some point. They have to relay it. So that that's what you're trying to look for in We're always on alert for any kind of whistling or noises or an ice to honest to God truth to three years ago and I'm not saying they used them. I said you know it's going to be a matter of time for someone has buzzer or something on them. You know you know because you look at where we were with technology that obviously every team was capable of doing that if they want to do it now what we don't know who else was doing and right now you don't know and that's the thing but I can tell you there were other teams. Were doing some things or trying to do some things. You just don't have the evidence. O or how far they went with it or they actually used it in games all this stuff. It's it's been going on in the game for a long time. And maybe not quite to this extent but I remember.
"bruce bochy" Discussed on Giants Splash
"Expectations are sky high for the as this year especially with the Houston Cheating. Scandal potentially opening path for the as to win the division. I am Susan's lesser. You can follow along with all the as developments throughout the season on as plus hello and welcome to the giants splash. I'm John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle and we welcome Bruce. Bochy to the PODCAST. I caught up with the giants three time. World Series Champion at Scottsdale Stadium before he left for Tucson where he will manage team France in a world baseball classic qualifying bocce touched on a number of newsy subjects including his views on the Astros signed stealing scandal his new role as giant senior adviser and witch former giant on his wbz roster. He calls our Babe Ruth so last year about this time. Maybe a little earlier you. You're announcing that the two thousand nineteen season afterward would step away and it was kind of out of respect in many ways for Farhan Zaidi. Who's coming in so the story line wouldn't go on during the season if I'm not mistaken and this year you've you've Kinda step back a little bit out of respect for gave Kappler to let him do his thing it is. That is that accurate on both accounts. Yeah I'd say that's accurate you know at the time To step back for managing that was at the end of the eighteenth season in Larry. Nine on what a meeting there. So good idea. Thinking was wasn't home after that where for how became president. But that was part of my thinkin along with a lot of things. You know moving. Leo Laborer under new leader was going to be. You know he should be able to pick his manager but it was more where I was as far as where my head was. You know it was time. Okay no but there were lots of reasons that would just one part of my thinking and so I made that call. I didn't know when I made the call that I was GONNA receive. Say Answer that I did say at the end. But from the other clubs. That was humbling but that was not the plan. The plan was more to lighten the load on everybody. Looting Larry. Fara the players and myself having to answer a question every day or you coming back and so but you know been done and I'm in a good place now and Enjoyed my time ears. Ring Training Watching these players I was GONNA come a little bit later so last thing. I want to be with any kind of distraction in unanimity. They need their their time and space. Will Your presence can only be helpful and as a new a senior adviser about that What what is your role and Who you're out here watching the Games as we speak on Backfield Scottsdale Stadium watching batting practice? Joey Barton Billy Hamilton and others but what? What is your role in? How do you see this playing out? your hopefully Found different areas would ever foreign for home like my plan is to worship pub and had my evaluations of amassed. Again give them. I thought so insane with Minor League side. You know pretty much. Every day had been going over there washing their guys to I need to you know. Get to know the whole system and This year I'll be going to all the fields and not just watching the players and put a face with the name you guys have heard about but Enough I can be a sounding board for the players coaches managers You know that that's what I'm hoping anyway. Then that's my job and So it's hopefully be an asset to the organization in this role and now I'm in a new this new territory and you know dusty did it last year. I remember talking to him last year. And and guys who have done this they all say well. It's it's an adjustment but It's been good adjustment for me. Factors perfect office. You know to come here and spring training and not have any thoughts of Jalis. Thank you did decide and tough. Decisions will with those but Young planning everything. It's been bad to be honest. You know become here watch baseball. Yeah that's cool and also to check in with some of your Your Your Marquee guys over the years you know from from Crawford and belts to buster and Pablo resigned and hundreds back after a year and Texas kind of different to see them in a from a from a viewpoint that you're not used to usually you're up close now you're Kinda seen him from afar. Yeah it is and The and that's been good. I've enjoyed seeing them you know in a little different way as as you just said that you know and I thought it was time for for them to hear new voice and as could be good for them a new manager almost completely new staff with exception of Ronnie. And so they'll go. Here's new ideas. Good fresh ideas too. So that's not a bad thing for them now. We're coming up on some news involving yourself as the manager of team France. You're born in France. Your father got served in the army the US army and you're born there and when he was stationed there and so you have roots there and your name. The manager of team France for the World Baseball Classic. And that's starting up right. Now you're heading to Tucson And you're GONNA it's Kinda cool because it's it's a family affair speak of your father and the reason you have that opportunity to run. The team is because your father was stationed there and now your brother Joe is going to be benched coach with the team and your son. Brett is is going to pitch. I mean how cool is that It's GONNA be. It is the real fun time for all of us. Obviously we we want to win. And that's that's our goal but you know they have bret back in the dugout with me and had my brother in the dugout. Who's never been dugout with me? Except for when we literally as only time I ever played with me four years older than me and you know and always looked up to him. He's my big brother older brother new such a good baseball player You know I just tag along and now the have him in the dugout slided. This were a big reason. Why May I had connection with France? I don't remember much about it. In fact Joe. My brother remembers lot more about at the May he. He was a little bit older when we lived there. But you know when we talk. I said you know my if I can help promote develop baseball in France and That's great. I've been there since I left there when I was a kid. You know my wife and I have made the trip there but You know planning on going back. And I'd like to go to the KADEMI and promote baseball in France. Well that's great. 'cause IT Fred will pitch for the team and There's a possibility Alan Hansen who you had a couple years ago had his best year in the big leagues under you an infielder with Toronto last year in trying to make the Seattle Club. This year he may or may not play but How much do you know about the team? And how will you suddenly take over a team and know the strengths and weaknesses and write out a lineup in rotation? I mean this has got to go quickly because you play Germany believe on March thirteenth. Right I really have nine days to get this Squad ready in I don't know anything about them. I'll be honest. I mean they. They talk to me a little bit about the players. But I haven't met them and it's hard to go on somebody else's evaluation when you don't know them either in and how they evaluate so this dip apart in an example. Is You know Pat Burrow who scattered for us after a while when he'd said something news actually you know what he saw player. What was Mitt? There's some unknown here. Kinda reminds me of that movie that dirty dozen and if you remember when they got you know now call these guys misfits. He had you know. They're not playing professional ball. Some are from Venezuela there from all over there not just French player but they do qualify because their parent was French or nay or somewhere along the line so now we gotta take them and get them ready for tournament and try to beat Germany on the Third Game. So we got a lot of work to do men so Ford made them tomorrow morning where we'll get together at the meeting and go to work..
Who will Giants hire as manager?
"Where the giants gore right now Hey guy Bruce Bochy who but not a demand is back in the mix one of the last fully autonomous managers you know Joe Maddon is is an analyst guy was on for front of it where the giants going now maybe not to the day Kapler extreme well maybe to the Gabe Kapler street as of there's been talk that he is own list of giants guys to be talked to if he has been talked to already wasn't just did they say bad was three for twelve so it was it is a three for between rival between twelve and fifteen yeah here is good in the make I was surprised only in three years then they only yet in the only given five they give a five or a little over five in Chicago was it like five press was five it was definitely five year gap I think it was five for twenty eight I'm not positive but if you take a little bit of a pay cut that kind of shows you where things are at right now percent and the angels the cost was it it it it matters before he managed in in Detroit short I. N. I don't even know you learn there because it was a very much it was really a winnable situation there that he had one good year but I have to go back and look but getting your rate of just because of of is it has its shortcomings this year was because they wanted a bad back they were they wanted a guy who had been there done that he did it with the with the rays one did win the big one and then when the big one with the with the cubs and they probably hired they probably they had no idea they can get rid of us was because they didn't think the cubs get rid of bad luck the cubs made out of got rid of mad it except for the cubs just they ran into a brick wall the last three weeks of the season they were brutal they they couldn't win is they can get away and go when night nope not gonna win at either in the Milwaukee could lose I mean who would have thought that would the odds of that have been Milwaukee making their playoff cubs don't after your guides or gets hurt down that going to happen but it did not so easy falls out of favor there and let go and he gets to go to the Anaheim where you want to go he wanted to go there they wanted him there that's the reason they got rid of them but if you're not gonna see that that's one of the reasons they said you won't see boshi this year because no one's going to want to paying that much
Yaz's grandson Mike hits HR; Giants beat Red Sox 7-6 in 15
"Course when if you're a red Sox fan of your baseball fan you know collies Krinsky Yeahs. his grandson yes is now eighty his grandson Mike Mike you scream ski. trotted out there in Fenway Park to play left field tonight for the giants against the red Sox he's twenty he knew the night would be special his grandfather was on hand at eighty. his grandfather played his final game of his career October second nineteen eighty three where he won seven gold gloves played on the video in in front of the fabled green monster so this is a dream come true for him. giants manager Bruce Bochy deciding it was a fitting time for him to play left field why not you're at Fenway in a rare in early game with the giants are at their red Sox. so my key eskrima ski then receives a standing ovation. before his first at bat they received another one. after. in the fourth inning and fan
"bruce bochy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Park and ordinarily I would say, welcome to today's lachey show but the skipper of the giants Bruce Bochy took the Red Eye last night and made his way to Albany. New York and then a drive through upstate New York to, Cooperstown to the national baseball hall of fame and museum as one of, his, former players Trevor Hoffman is being inducted into the hall of fame. Today so we hope that that all goes well and it should be a uh A great day up there six new members. Of the hall of fame going in today the giants bench. Coach is cer- Hensley bam bam moons and he is the manager today, and Has we now as the bench, coach what about is the game is going along besides the. Detail work are there times where maybe, just, pop, a suggestion to to Bruce Bochy said to Are you thinking about pinch hitting here or whatever well A long time and he's dying graciously, and with a lot of style in and you know he has a really good. Feel of what he wants to do during the game and, usually we waste for him to. Ask us, our opinion and that's how we've done. It you know he's when he wants to pinch hit he comes over in the ask them, who I think. She'd been shared hitting koshen allows Apollo he thinks should and we come up with the. Right guy also, with double switching and things like that when you know sometimes you don't. Have a double switch to to make. That that move so we'll have to do something else but most of the time when he, wants an opinion of any of us on the bench he'll come right. To and. Ask me maybe ready to give him Nassar all right so now you have, a? Bench coach today because now, you're the manager today right so when we're in defense we? Always I. Have to a pitching coach next to me just making the right the moose, with? The pitching and then water, says a Bench goes for a long time here, now the infield coach is always on the bench always thoughtful of what. Should, be done and so I'll lean him Jose Lucille a fish base coach and. Lonzo hitting coach still be on the bench now Lena Amal on all of them to make sure make the? Right, moves, today and, the lineup did did Bruce Bochy give suggestions for the lineup or did. He leave that up. To you well yes you know obviously we. Made some changes the lineup yesterday for mom last night's game it's. Pretty similar today the only thing busted and play last, night and then we made all the changes moving to the leadoff spot coaches stay is. Going to remain in the spot today and we're going, to insert muster in the second all. So that the moves Duggar down. So we're going to dog. Or behind the pod today and then Hanson and then the Hernandez so that's the only actually changes. We made peace you tested We can do whatever things. Should do to to have the right guys in the, right spots and you know we we actually ran it by him before he left last. Night he was kind of an hurry to get them, that right I to be in Cooperstown. Which you know obviously we wish him a lot. Enjoyment today Support, supporting one of the great closers of. All time in Trevor Hoffman and also Alan Trammell who wasn't staff at some point and hope he had. To have a, good, time being in the hall of fame I see you know. Is a great day today all right Hansen munitions giants, bench..
"bruce bochy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Chew chew on his voice that's what it sounds like got a wad of his voice in his mouth is what what bruce bochy sounds like they're dave grabbing it for us bruce bocce is right i mean restaurants has been big and this is the kind of guy you need to rely on a young guy who comes out full of piss and vinegar it's like what my talks about all the time this is an uncomfortable at bat you got a big herkyjerky gut flowing guy out there throwing flames at you flip and sliders up there that's an uncomfortable at bat which is what you want late in a ballgame you don't want any guy going up there comfortable feeling like he can t off on a fastball against you which is the fear you have with a asaf throwing a relief pitcher which is why you don't see a lot of guys like avi look tie block closing ballgames you want a guy who's gonna make your your opponent uncomfortable come out there throwing flames dave let's go to another one here bruce bochy on alan hansen are guidon bob who electric man was playing shortstop yesterday he's been much better with the glove since he came back but he fouled a ball off his leg thank goodness xrays negative they're just calling it a knee contusion but but hansen at least listed as daytoday for right now make it back up and and and then be able to play but he just couldn't go wait x rays he's fine needs won't be pretty sore tomorrow but yeah you can't look at it like that but you know we've had some up breaks at the today in the game was going look like we're missing him bad left handed bat in there yeah would have been nice to have that left handed pop which is what they were looking for the right handers stepped up and and they got a victory so bruce bochy one more here on finally ending the series and the marlins getting the hell out of san francisco those guys play hard to marlins they get some young talent and you know the pitching does a good job at keeping them in the game i don't think they're going to get better they got some nice young players like and he's got him playing well yeah pine hard you watch her they run the basis how they play they're very good defensively they gave us all we can handle i mean a series air miami and lost a couple of tough ones air the first one here they came back in the ninth and here they're down three and they're battling back so glad they're out of town me to the giants blow a whole bunch of leads late they almost blew another one i had a texter right before we came on the air today actually a out to the sea here the seven hundred oh seven sending texts firing off tech four fifty two in the morning dave before we even came online here did you did you hear the collective grown throughout the stadium is the marlins tried to tie the store in the ninth.
"bruce bochy" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"I agree i agree couple more here this one from legs zander wist at wist lexander when will it be safe to plan a trip to the us to be able to watch the braves in the playoffs i'm not sure where like zander is from not sure if it would just be a north american trip maybe from canada or if he's coming from australian zealand someplace like that that might way into it with the key word in your question is safe okay safe bet that's a little different than a bed i'm going to say two thousand twenty big question for the braves is how quickly can they developed a young pitching yeah so depending on where you are lexander starts swimming finally this one from brian simpson at be simp twelve o two seven four did i catch a niner in there brian says hey buster i worked for the ninety six padres which person from that team had or is having the greatest baseball career some folks that he mentioned larry lucchino theo epstein tony gwynn ricky henderson trevor hoffman kevin towers and bruce bochy wow that is a great way to learn i think is yeah brian i think this is maybe the best question that we've gotten this spring i absolutely loved it and i gotta tell you is i thought about my answer i changed my mind like three times because my instinct was and joshua know me well enough to know right off the bat when i saw tony gwynn's name i thought was of course it's tony gwynn one of the greatest hitters of all time i've talked about how wonderful it was the cover him is is a beat writer but then i thought i ricky henderson is like the greatest leadoff hitter ever i can't believe that people didn't vote them in unanimously for the hall of fame kevin towers the late and great kevin towers what a great job he did bruce bochy is going to go the hall of fame one day we talked about larry lucchino should be honored at all fame but i changed my vote eventually to theo epstein because he's saying that's yeah if you're going to have i mean you talk about your place in history he is we've talked about if you had a mount rushmore of general managers no you would have branch rickey you would have pat gillick.
"bruce bochy" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Bruce bochy now d d d d the full fat this both uber not had snow that it snow that is so that is snow man size friday the fire is so life since we've now play to go.
"bruce bochy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The squad was a stay with this club and try to rebuild and regain control over that division and continue the success that he's had i think he's the greatest manager in san francisco giants history i think the way that he's man is not only the bullpen the like i said inside the locker room with the egos that's something i don't think we've seen with the giants manager in recent years i don't think philippi a luca do it i don't think dusty baker could do it as much as he's loved around here because a guy like bonds which was so overpowering but bruce bochy didn't let any of the saying that got like bumgarner imposing singles guys have massive egos that they need to be kept in check but i see bruce boat you really being a true captain for the squad and you just kinda just wonder how much longer he's got in the article shade showman they do say two players who asked to remain main anonymous because the sensitivity of this topic offered specific saying that boji has turned negative over the past two seasons particularly in the dugout one player was quoted as saying it seems like nothing we do is good enough both were asked if they're just seeing a natural frustration with losing but each said they sense the change in bosi during the first half of two thousand sixteen the giants were building the best record in the majors that feeling is hardly unanimous vote you has support within the clubhouse and nobody can question the giants level effort on the field even as the end of the nightmare season draws near that reflects on the manager that is just peace from schuman and shays article in the chronicle about bruce bochy if that is in fact true i just think bruce bochy if he has another bad season may start thinking about calling it quits is already go into the hall of fame he's got three rings it's one of the best giants managers in the in the history of franchise but who were these two players that want to remain anonymous i ca i find it hard to believe it would be anybody who's had success a bruce bochy because the feeling that i get with these players is that they respect him immensely for so for some of the pop off like that.
"bruce bochy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And despite that ninety one percent of dove men plus care users recommended and here's what they said had blocked the pin press brayshaw think if the fans who are comfortable smith says why go likes the smell because if i am tired is quite masculine path manda arms aren't the worst thing at the gym and scoured the hoover dam for armpits aghast dove men plus care any person tough on sweat not on skin there's nowhere like knzr dow backed outfits in brooke secondary this year term bears we we all are resolve who's coming to cut maine's hard peter's battered clear as little interest rate will not always will you look around the clothing because we soil the core or keynote we won wish so i wanna get dragged to we are now cimpian starter heralded used to any indian of two or three rose or could lose basis that's bruce bochy from this morning hero knbr and the first part of what he said not surprising if of course the giants are embarrassed as individual professionals and as a group that has had great success of the past two years let's round up first world series was in 2010 of course reimbursed and confused we'll get to that in the second but the last part of soundbites adjust her for bruce boches the one that's interesting to me because while we all know you know the numbers are just seeing the games have heard them here when knbr the giants at times can hit their way out of a wet paperback the you run it was interesting to hear bruce bochy say that we gotta get us starters to get us into what he said six hundred seventy six hundred sixty six or seven thank you because that's true to your right at the beginning of the season in a bob and our have an unusual dumb yet sometimes spirited debates about what was one of the giants and bob was on the authors that they got score they got score they got score they can't score in his way it was right then these right now that we've had you know over uh have with season to watch and marvelous giants baseball this year but my thing at the beginning was the beginning of the.
"bruce bochy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Occasional present are we got to give back to the cook stuff do you guys by what he's saying that this is like the right did they need like the roger craig home baby attitude ju gives at two on bull right then we could deliver that mean bruce bochy needs to muster don't ask last night i was at a swim banquet shout out to the strawberry seals what's that like what to swear nice let honoring the kid letterman valley parents have glasses of wine medrud somali latah why i bet it was but it was a rec centers very casually were there any laumann's or other nazi nosaka catered just big big trays of pasta the eat nice naira casual every dressed casually in but but people did be wiode w bring your own wind and i noticed there were a lot of people drinking sure tell you there jerkan in the suburbs people the market are in the break i got to show you to by the way i got to show you column written over the week from the detroit free press about a guy that the end of youths mortars is not about the it's not about fourthplace trophies it's about the snacks we'll talk about that on the other side because gabe did man bun gave did bring that to my attention for the guy asked me the table he goes who's gonna pay for the giants failure i asked me that i said what are you sports talk radio host as it who's going to be i said well that's a great question i said it could be as high as the general manager or the manager could be as low as trades at the trade deadline and he said in your opinion who would be more culpable the gentlemen's you're the manage and that's what are you sports talk radio host i said no two in my opinion gentlemen ajur that bobby evans's roster has been proven to be wholly inadequate and you start with the outfield and we could start enumerating why you think this is gone so badly i can't we hung events is a decaying presence in right field that strike out saturday night through the rally was all gone so well the.
"bruce bochy" Discussed on KELO
"Eight hundred three two seven seventy seven seventy nine the okay i lied we will have the forecast in a couple of minutes but i thirteen past the hour wednesday july fifth this day in 1865 the secret service division of the us treasury was created to suppress counterfeit currency that same day mainly siham ringing bells and collecting for the poor around christmas celebration army hopes the needy all year long a christmas in july the the south asian army was formed on this day in 1865 by william booth in london ninety in fortyseven well we became the first black baseball player in the american league when he suited up for the cleveland indians he played thirteen seasons in the majors a little shocked at crowd at the paris fashion show in nineteen fortysix three bruce bochy the way song as from the nineteen 50s but the bikini bathing suit made its public debut in nineteen forty six and lewis ray are designed 1962 algerian independence watched the movie battle of algiers for more history around that troubled nation and in 1954 this was the day some call the big bang creation moment for rock and roll at sun records in memphis sam phillips recorded elvis presley's first record release bye danny way that's all ride momma and bill monroe's blow moon of kentucky recorded by elvis presley add he was off and running and those are some of the things that happened on pasture lie fifth it is fifteen minutes past the hour time for our accu weather meteorologist brian thompson morning to your brian what's going on however no things looking pretty good overall here is ago throughout the day today and much of the country you're out of the of like yesterday early on on a lot of major weather systems crosscountry of much of the northeast still uh looking at dry weather it will be a warm afternoon but not really vacuum it'd most spots although be some ma pop up showers and thunderstorms from central and western of vainio down through much of the midatlantic given ended north carolina there will be a couple of showers and storms nozzle extend backend.
"bruce bochy" Discussed on KOMO
"Okay i lied we will have the divorce cast in a couple of minutes but i thirteen past the hour wednesday july fifth this day in 1865 the secret service division of the us treasury was created to suppress counterfeit currency that same day mainly siham ringing bells and collecting for the poor around christmas celebration army helps the needy all year long a christmasinjuly the the south asian artery was formed on this day in 1865 by william booth in london nineteen 47 larry doby became the first black baseball player in the american league when he suited up for the cleveland indians he played thirteen seasons in the majors are model shocked a crowd at the paris fashion show in nineteen fortysix three bruce bochy the she song as from the 1950s but the bikini bathing suit made its public debut in nineteen forty six and lewis ray are designed it 1962 algerian independence watch the movie battle of algiers for more history around that troubled nation and in 1954 this was the day some call the big bang creation moment for rock and roll at sun records in memphis sam phillips recorded elvis presley's first record release bye day that's all ride momma and bill monroe's blow moon of kentucky recorded by elvis presley add he was off and running and those are some of the things that happened on pasture lie fifth it is fifteen minutes past the hour time for our accu weather meteorologist brian thompson come oranje to your brian what's going on 700 things looking pretty good overall here as we go throughout the day today and much.
"bruce bochy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Rid of a lotta people losing money in some money on currents crash i don't care studio them up and day out doors the fbi chief's term debts to be but in a few other people talk management really debt decisions in similar signing you have to have gone after kimberly gm soon stood at essen wouldn't be the trouble all right well one thing was brought up blurs let's say milansan converted all four of his saves the giants would be fifteen and ask games out in fifteen games under so all his this a good points thanks for the call the passing of a larry i hear he tennis hall eric a nolan aeronautical level some people getting you know they're getting upset his dad you this on the other side i came here six eighty these ports of back on tv at the scene thai blocks yang rock well because this done in his prime bruce bochy sterling is lax calling laugh different times on the outside corners looking for our common purpose of this coming into the stroke the guys aw six similar has him a kind of vibrancy conceal almost here and sam adams similar al let's renew colonies this one great tastes taxes the colors this summer perfectly there's the yellow of the rising the orange ranked in the.
"bruce bochy" Discussed on The Score 1260 AM
"Ball hit eight combat field down the line towards the corner and it's why all the got gotta hanging curve ball hit it into the same thirty three down the line yang his is it all of the season and the cardinals now lead porto on one of five homers for the red birds there raise the auriol's eleven to record with the call in the cardinals radio network elsewhere the marlin show that the braves five nothing behind dan stralia struck out eight over six and a third dodgers handle the reds three one is alex what is now seven to no thanks to eight innings a one rabasso ball do for us we talked about today bruce bochy in the mood home are but he was dominant manager dave roberts russ the scoreboard the cubs dumped the pirates nine five was the dbacks over the phillies five four win streak to five and the nationals beat the mets seven two as mac shares are struck out ten over a strong us open halfway done four players tied for the lead at 7under while the top three players in the world dustin johnson roy macaraeg jason day all missed the cut and the sixers and celtics reportedly discussing a deal that will give philly the top overall pick in this week's draft marco politi you can now listen to cbs sports radio on apple music search cbs sports radio to find all of our great progress rabin rise and shine use syracuse super it's time for yourself all delicious glass foreign syracuse recruiting news insider information latest task you syracuse blogosphere comes to life.
"bruce bochy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Cork keys to for three a single strike out in an infield he had also been thrown out tried to steal takes at one on the corner fastball strike one called judge bullpen is quiet josh hostage got the third out in the sixth if i get larr an an a lefthanded hitter shaw coming up in the bottom of the seven three four hitters today for milwaukee here's of foul by hernandez strike too especially shaw who in theory could that be the tying run in the bottom of the seventh inning that's a gathered bruce bochy wants 'hostage the face of course the pitcher spot could come up here and as banning seven slater the eighth place at our ondeck the o2 a away taken until ball trans world again one big hit from a pinchhitter in his game erin hill with them a head in the sixth with a pinch it double here's the one two hernandez pops up rightcenter field moving over is brocton from center he'll be called off those ball slices georgia santana he's got a few down with slater coming up make kelly tomlinson as the guy's gonna come out of the ondeck circle dan ajay's will get hunters strickland up in the bullpen just at that maybe there's even a chance they wouldn't use a pinchhitter 406 but they want the brewers to believe they would i think of there're runner in scoring position bruce bochy would take the crack to try to add on five three giant slater has not made it out hit by pitch homered and walked he takes a strike fastball the neeson one i would do.