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"bucky dent" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Tweets already buster bleacher tweets for a wednesday. You got something for me. Busters start off with i do. I have a postscript to that story about the mutant funds fence busting cow with the shortened tail. a couple of my siblings. I texted them Some of the response. We're getting Yesterday on social media to that story And they reminded me about something i i. I was either not aware of her completely forgotten. I mentioned that when debbie was born. her mom dana Mistook her tail for the umbilical cord and bid offer tail. So she like you know like a four inch tail. Well when debbie's first cap was born. She bit off that calf's tail her daughter tail as well. So there's something in dna where they didn't get quite the umbilical cord thing. Right you know collect classic family story there multigenerational that that would make a great little novella at it's hilarious. People were having a lot of fun with that on twitter yesterday. I told my father-in-law that the whole thing and he belly laugh like. I don't think i've ever heard him belly laugh. Thought it was absolutely hysterical. Let's kit on to the tweets here andrew campbell. By the way. I told bucky dent that story to yesterday when i was interviewing during the third inning told him that story and he laughed and i said i was rooting against you bucky. I gotta say it was written hard against your team that day. that's great. I'm glad you got to share that. With what it all comes. Full circle injure campbell writes in. Hey buster is the new york yankees twenty twenty one campaign the most disappointing single season outcome for a franchise in the last ten years. Wow that is a big statement from andrew. What do you think no. I mean look at yes disappointing. Because the yankees in the standard is to win the world series and they weren't as good as what people thought. When i think of two thousand twenty one i think the season for the padres and the mets is far more disappointing exit. Any make the post season you agree. They didn't play five hundred ball. I gotta say the yankees haven't had a losing season thirty years Yankees fans red sox fans can be a little delusional a time with their success. Paul hedging hedging rates in at paul. Kpi x. the real shock of the ale wildcard game isn't that the red sox the yankee's instead the game took less than four hours which is certainly notable in. I unfortunately do catch up on this game on dvr and i crushed it in about an hour forty minutes and i'm sure you're glad being a working man last night that it was efficient. It had a nice pace to it. I gotta say that game had a nice base to it. I don't know what the the final time was. But i didn't care. Because it's a nice pace stewart. Melvin reveron at reveron. Melvin writes in. I read the new york times article about our pool is pool host considering managing after retires. Do you think he'd be a good manager. I think about pools is someone who has a lot of interests in his life and if he were decide he wanted league baseball. That wouldn't surprise me If out and i've always gotten along well with our Well with them. Enjoy talking with them If he were a close friend he wanted to manage. I would give him a piece of advice which i think would be really important during his career like a lot of competitive people. You remember kobe. Bryant us do this. Michael jordan used to do this I remember when i covered the yankees. Roger clemens used to do this he would find a reason to not like somebody because he competing person and i think done that during his career he would need to get past that right. Because you got twenty five twenty six guys in your clubhouse different personalities. He would need to get past that. And i think you would understand exactly what i was talking about when i would mention that till tom. Struggle at tj struggle rates and after seeing my beloved nats dismantled at the trade deadline shows are internal go onto success with the dodgers trae. Beat soto for the batting title. What chances do you give mr national ryan zimmerman returning for a curtain call season. He got that curtain call on the last game regular season. But do you think he'll be back in washington. It felt like the end. Yeah watching that you know the way. He responded the way. The fans responded. I have not asked him about that if he were to retire. Would not be surprised. Pk steinberg our guy rates and add. Pk steinberg taylor. You buster all the guests and the hashing bleacher tweets are companions on my ride home from work every day. I never noticed traffic lights. And such though i abide by them because the content is always. So good thank you. We're going to be patting ourselves on the bat back here a little bit. Buster we love these nice tweets that that everyone so thank you. Pk yeah absolutely pk. And thank you for taking the time to write in. Write in all your tweets. You're one of the superstars of the pod from pk. Phil gordon at earl of surrey hill rates in. Thank you for the regular season. I've listened to the listen to every podcast in spring training or remember the cucumbers. I forgot about those. It's been nice skate for forty five minutes. Each day is sydney's been locked down since june. Who do you think makes the world series. Good.
"bucky dent" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"And you had your ace on the mound. Yeah would you feel pretty confident about. I mean i did yesterday. I felt pretty confident about it. Going into the game without a doubt. Now if i said to a yankee fan you have your ace on the mound. But he hasn't pitch. Well at fenway park. Because lost on saturday. You're going to have to go to boston as opposed to play yankee stadium. But here's the thing. Yesterday i still felt good about it. I mean the way i was looking at. It was just beat up a volley. The red sox bullpen stinks. They don't have jd martinez. I mean i was looking at essentially everybody who picked the game like the yankees. Like baseball guys like the yankees. So i mean i still felt good about. I'm not going to sit here today now and tell you that i didn't but the way it played out i probably should have should've felt worse about it. I just thought that jericho was going to be good very good. I didn't think he was gonna go out. There and throw fifty pitches stink. I mean it's just it's it's on but still once again you know. It's he's the biggest story and rightfully so. But you know that offense built a mash and a volley shot him down. Well wait a minute. Timeout giancarlo stanton was mashing. You three of them. They didn't score enough. Ron's i i understand that one guy who did amazing job. Who are those hit. That's the i know. He did an amazing job. I'll take anything away from the offense. A whole did not do a good job but he was. He did what he did last weekend. Yeah for sure. Almost let's reggie jackson moment when he really could have damon in the bronx. What's up damon. Good morning take him on his yoga on bouma. Let's say first of all. Thank you guys for making my morning. Commute great all the next Things think they stink well. And i think this is just too much over analyzing here. Let's just take a look at this team coming into this year. They did not get any better than they were last year. Saint saint results is not the team of the ninety day. Medical peanut nineties colt. He's the reason. Why are they all. Look at all this stuff. That was the show cool. The old this team is just. What is getting overpaid minus judge. I mean this is a joke. They're not going anywhere in the future. Not anytime soon starts to cash. That's been full. Stop with of course because he is the guy who makes all the decisions in the organization. He was the guy who decided to move on from joe girardi. He's the guy who made the giancarlo stanton trade and broaden garrett cole and everything else of course it starts with cashman because he's the one who makes the decisions. Brian cashman saux but also gotta remember that the luxury tax threshold. He's not working with the full deck because it's clear that he's been told do not go over it. That's why when he made the deals at the trade deadline he was like. We're not paying any of the salary you gotta pay. The salary will give you prospect now by the way The only team over the threshold are the dodgers right. Other teams aren't over rush. They're not. I don't wanna deal with the rays of seventy million total salary. They the yankees have two guys that make that up yet. T- teams don't wanna do it and by the way the yankees. Don't stink the mets stay. Bodry stink national. Stay right about marlins stink. That's true you know the the cubs stunk this year and they got rid of their whole team. You're right the yankees were underachievers. This year. you want to say. I'm gonna say thank i'm gonna say underachievers this also team..
"bucky dent" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Who would do a thing like this last guy on the ball home. Run just under the strain. No it's amazing. Bucky dent going into that bat was hitting two forty one for the season he had hit. Four home runs there. Were very few people regulars in baseball. Who were less likely not only to hit a home run but much less to get an extra base hit which is what the yankees needed. So did you realize jeremy that you were sitting in the seats of one. Russell bucky dent. When did that set in that. You were actually in your your family would have been ostensibly. I'd like to think that it registered fairly quickly but again and say it was the smartest nine year old. I know that within hours it became part of family lore something that you know. We talked about and have talked about over the years. I saved the ticket stub for a long time. I had it in a scrapbook. It was just as little. It was like an inch and a half an inch and a half and i had a glued into this book with all the other memorabilia and my mother. She threw it away. I forgave her. Mostly but the question. I have for you at the end here. Jeremy is because bucky dent has become. We're at the end already. I'm just buggy dead bad. He's he's a curse word now. he's a name that cannot be spoken without an expletive attached. And i wonder if you feel like by virtue of your position and all of this. Do you feel like you deserve to share in some amount of that infamy. Oh i hope so. Yeah i mean. I i i been trying for forty three years to attach myself whenever possible to this moments so i hope it's had some impact that my efforts have not been for naught. You know it. It's a great story right. Pablo and and i was. I was the luckiest kid. In the world. I've been to reggie jackson homerun eleven months earlier. I was at the dent game on october. Second seventy eight eight years later. I would be at the buckner game at shea stadium. And then seventeen years after that i would be at the bartman game at wrigley so four. Maybe maybe four of the five or six kind of most famous games baseball last half century. I was at all four of them. Three different cities four different ballparks. All of them a fan. Not any of them. What you're saying. Jeremy is that wherever. Jeremy schaap goes. Lots of people are about to be infuriated. That's exactly a you nailed. It nailed it. Jeremy bleeping chef. Thanks for taking us back in time. Thanks.
"bucky dent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Certainly give him credit for that. No doubt the Roy white former Yankee great on the Bernie and said show, So after the whole civil rights legislation passed, and it was sadly after Martin Luther King was assassinated, though, ah things did you experience a tangible You know the difference in the way you were treated, you know, in various cities, especially in the south. I mean, obviously you were allowed to stay with your team. But I mean, there was still this anger and this hate, I guess directed at that black individuals, especially in the south by by white people. Yeah, There was still a little bit of that. I mean, you got some of it at the ball perps. Uh, you know, there was some racial epithets, you know, Insults shouted at you. Sometimes. From my from the bleachers out in left field. You might hear something, Uh, It wasn't regular. But here and there, you know that existed. I mean, it still does. Today, It still happens and it's uh it's really a shame the other. There's so much hatred and In a lot of people on this issue has been going on for so long. And, uh, it's really scary. You know, you know what's happening. What the capitals that is that many angry people out there. You know that overthrow the government and change things that it was this really Is really frightening. This p. What's going on? The great Roy White between 1965 in 1979 became one of more popular New York Yankees of all time. And then when you get to the Yanks and made a lot of your good bodies, Roy were white men like Bobby Murcer. No, was a good friend of yours and Like they always remember the story. Bucky Dent tells me it every year when Thurman Munson passed away when his plane crashed and all you guys, of course with devastated But if I'm correct, you were very, very tight. Back then with Bobby Mercer. Yes. Yeah. Thurman Thurman and I sat next to each other in the locker room. He our lockers were side by side. And what was that? Ryan? How do you know that? Yeah, the last the last to elect of lockers on the left side. You know, as you went in the last two were right before you got to the trainer's room. Thurman at the last one, and I had the second to the last one. The very last locker. He always put his catcher's equipment is low, So we became very good friends way, sat together on a lot of plane flights and then had dinner together many times. You know, you talked about his His family. You know, Dick family man and talked about what he was gonna do. When he got out of baseball, You know how he wanted to develop shopping centers and Canton, Ohio. And, uh, Mercer. Now you know, we came up together. So we were friends, You know, being rookies on the Yankees in 1965 when we got called up, And then when he came back and 68 so therefore, Bobby, he he called me his his own hitting instructor. He always used to say that what he was doing wrong. You know what? He got this love, Roy. Watch me. What am I doing? Yeah, yeah. Getting out on the front side, you know? Yeah, I would try to tell about Yeah, You're you know, getting on your front foot too. Too early. You know, you gotta hold back a little longer and stuff so Yeah, It's sad to lose both of those guys. You know, they were closed and you know, they're both of left too early. You know, from the baseball scene, no doubt about it. No doubt the Roy Hilton white former Yankee great that Name to two All Star teams during his career. Roy White. No conversation about You know, the black civil rights movement, especially with the baseball player would be complete, especially a guy who played for the New York Yankees. If we didn't talk about Jackie Robinson now he lived in New York City while you were a Yankee. Did you know him? And what about his legacy and how it impacted you during your baseball career? Yeah, I measured against several times. You know, at some dinners in the off season, you know, back when I'm going first came up with the Yankees in the early sixties, Uh, met his wife later on that it's um, benefits and some golf tournaments and up a great guy to talk to, uh, Uh, Dr. Respect him tremendously for what he did when we were kids. We all know about Jackie. You know, I grew up out in Compton, California. And we knew about the Dodgers and Jackie Robinson. And and what do you have to go through and what he had to endure? You know, so the guys like us could get to the big leagues. So so that was a great throw when I got a chance to meet with Jackie Last one, Roy and again I can't thank you enough for getting up at 6 a.m. for me this morning. You really are a good friend of sorry, But you've been so wonderful this morning so wonderful. You guys got swept in the World Series in 1976 by Cincinnati and that really pissed off your old boss George Steinbrenner. She went on. He got a guy named Reggie Jackson and the next two years after that, the summers of 1977 in 1978. You guys were World Series champions, Beating the Los Angeles Dodgers into Great World Series with the Dodgers suffered their own laws last week when they're great manager Tommy Lasorda. Passed away What? We have memories in the other dugout of Tommy Lasorda with those great Dodger teams. Yeah, he was quite a character. No doubt about that. Ah! Very good sense of humor. You know, he was the guy you're gonna be around and was always gonna have you laughing about something. You know, He had a lot of good baseball stories to tell. So so that was a big thrill. You know for me, you know, growing up in Los Angeles and getting a chance to play against him in two world Syriza's Uh, with my my parents, you know, in the stands, Wow. And it also playing against my my little league buddy Reggie Smith. We both played the same little league out in Compton. And went to the same high school. So so that was great, and I'm beating them in those two times. He was a great plan. But it has that dream..
"bucky dent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Usa. Here's ron ron. Guidry has joined us here on sports. Byline talking about his fine career and you can read all about it. I want you to check out this book. Because it's just an excellent re gator. My life in pinstripes. I want to go back and just touch for a moment on that. Seventy eight season you particularly effective with two outs and runners in scoring position and in the ninth inning of games. I mean your success. During that seventy eight was due in large part to mastering the slider to complement your great fastball. Tell me a little bit about putting a new pitch into your repertoire. Well you know i did. I did not learn that pitch myself. It was taught to me by sparky law In in nineteen seventy six. I spent a lot of time in the both in. Like i said billy wouldn't use me a lot so i got to throw a lot in the book to try to keep in shape and and and you know. Try to get ready to do the job. That i was supposed to but i i needed something else. Other than just a fastball. Through hard i threw a break involved but it wasn't a very great breaking ball and one day spark. He just said you know. I've been watching you throw and you actually remind me of myself because of your mechanics. We throw a lot of like you know a lot harder. But i think if i showed you how i think you could learn how to throw a slider somewhat similar to mine and we started working on it and within two three weeks i had perfected this pitch. That eventually goes on to set me on my career. But it wasn't me was him. Also twenty. fifth win of the regular season was the most significant as you were the winning pitcher in the yankees dramatic five four win over the red sox and that one game playoff at fenway park in boston to decide the american league east winner in that neigh game of course is known for bucky dent seventh inning. Three run home. Run off of mike torres Tell me a little bit about that game. And what were the turning points aside from just that home run. Well you know going over there You know that was that was the worst thing we had to go over there Because we had lost the coin. Toss so Going over there. I don't think any of us really felt like okay. You know this is. This is not good. We we had just beaten them for games in a ruined in september In in fenway park. So we knew that we could. We could go with him told it to. Just a question of you know for me. I need to keep this game as close as i can to give my team an opportunity to win. I don't you know i. I was pitching on less than i normally had. So you know. I'm not gonna make an excuse and say you know i didn't pitch great but i didn't have my proper s. I know that. And you know. I gave up a home month to yeahs early. But it's one run it's a solo home run and then i gave up another run and and you know you're thinking okay. I can't afford to to to give up anymore And when bucket came up in the seventh inning you know. I'm thinking in the dugout. Okay you know. I don't know who it's going to be but that was that was kind of like the scenario all season long. There was always someone on our team who who always was a hero. It was never the same. It wasn't like me all the time. It wasn't like reggie all the time. It wasn't like months and all the time but just every game it was someone else that would step up and do something spectacular. And when you look at you know bucky goes on and he hits the home run. That's the big deciding blow that turns the game. Bucky hadn't hit a home run in two three months. He only hit five or six all year but yet he's the hero of the game. Okay reggie goes on in the in the next inning and hits with with turns out to be the winning run but that that put us up five to two at the time you know and you know i know. I don't take anything away from reggie but you know reggie's home one was important because that was the winning run they show. Buck is all the time because that was the turning point of the game and so bucky to hit. It was great because like i said he hadn't done anything really spectacular than be a great fundamental player all year. And that's that was what our team was. All of our players would just fundamentally sound. I always said if they touched the ball as a defensive unit. You out the other thing. That i found interesting was the fact that you know. When you played baseball you can always see a lot of players with a big lump in their cheek and everybody knew what that was a charged tobacco. But i've always thought for guys that were on the mound happen bam bam that could affect you chewing tobacco and you swallowed your tobacco. I've tried to pick through that. Ron you gotta bring that up. But that's the last time. I chewed swallowed it on the monday night game of the week and all i can remember my mom telling me the story. She kept saying that howard cosell. Who was the commentator. On monday night baseball he kept saying that. I pulled a muscle in my leg. But that wasn't the case because when the trainer came out well first of all greg devils walked over to see if i was okay. And he said. Did you pull a muscle. I said i did. Not so i'll in my back. Oh he just turned around and walked off gene. Monahan the train and walk out he started rubbing one leg and i said that's not he rubbed the when i said that's not easy. He said well what is it. I said i'll swallowed tobacco. You said well. He said a couple of derogatory word that he took off. And he has billy morton walking on the way and he just told billy swallowed his back and villages turned around and left. Now i got the inning. And when i got back in the dugout billy asked me and said hey slinky said do you think you can finish this game and then i started to get did. I started to see four of everything and i told him sure. As soon as i figure out who i'm supposed to throw to. I might be able to. And he just laughed and he said. Take it on your done last time. I chewed him. That that was the i can understand that over a seven-year period. You amassed a one hundred thirteen fifty seven win loss record but the thing that jumped out at me and i never had heard this before. Was you played two games in center field. You didn't make a play but tell me how that came about. Well i thought you know. I used to always shag incentive field throughout the batting practice. I very seldom ever ran. Like you know when pitchers are supposed to run. I didn't do that. I just ran for almost like a solid hour. incentive field and. That's how getting my running. I noticed in a field and if a ball was hit in the outfield. I tried to get it. I didn't make any difference if i didn't catch it or not. I just tried to if the ball was hit down the left field line in the corner. I ran all the way from center field to try to catch. I jumped on. The fence are crashed into the fence. I dove. I did everything like an appeal. 'cause 'cause i was a good outfielder when i was young and i always said i was probably a better i'll in and i was a pitcher but nobody believes that but anyway billy knew that i could play center field. He watched me play centerfield and I got an opportunity. One day.
"bucky dent" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"But Doris the check at the effect that they feel that nail this 1 may be awful. Our baby in the strange looking Damn! That's cold. It hurts. Your feelings comes out why it is that gets emotional poke. It's not. I mean, that's not your team. It's not. It's not even your team. Dude, is this thing with Mommy. Fascinators? Definitely team You could see the way he's been moved and I got to tell you more. If this is a hell of a photo right here. This is like great stuff Do with freaking Fred Lynn and Fisk and 78. Bucky Dent hit 2 43 with an O P s of 603. Damn it! Dude. Ah, guy with a 6030. P s hit the biggest home run in Yankee Red Sox history. Really? One of the biggest home runs. What was he sick? I was open. He's 63 63 when he was down there. I don't know. Look that up. Hey, had to be high Sixes. Low seven Sydney. Anyway. Bucky Dent, 6030 ps 2 43. Man. How did you get on that? I mean, well, you brought it up with this picture. We're talking. We talked. He has and grant. Yes, That's what Mary said. Yes. Yeah, yeah, By the way, love closing. Thought because I don't ever hear you do this. Can I get a Murph? A to least like 12th thought review feelings on Jim Rice. I don't ever have a poster on the law. There was recently a Twitter thing saying, Show me your childhood poster and I tried to find the job. I had it. I just couldn't get a good screenshot of it. It's him tossing the baddest side. It was those Esai posters. I had that Jim Jim Rice guy I wore number 14 and literally because they didn't have 19. So I wore 14 for right. And we get like a 22 for Jack Clark didn't have willingly one through 14. So I couldn't I couldn't of course, but I would have gone 19, but more 14 for Rice. Yeah, get ready. It's fascinating that the site You have 86 when I finally got to go to Fenway Park for the first time, one of the greatest days of my life my 19th birthday. My parents surprised me. We're on a trip to New York City. My first ever trip to New York Bali. Welcome in the hotel room. Midtown Manhattan that morning my birthday 95 86. My parents said Hey, here you go. Open this envelope full four tickets to the Red Sox Tonight. We drove, rented a car and drove to Boston and Rice hit a granny that day. How about that? You saw the ticket stuff. Oh, God. No, I'm not as good as appalling. Max saving those stuff I save all but I have the memories seared in my brain. Marty Baron homered. Clemens pitch there was the 86 Red Sox Polly Murph six Red team, go check out Clemens. His numbers that year there were interesting. We'll find the 995 86 box score in baseball read or you want to chase you want to see a guy who used to love going to see Paula? You know, I want to say homered in that came. I think Buckner homered in that game. Rest in peace. See, Big fan big fan. Yeah, it all comes to get Justin Wilcox is coming up can be our 1045 and 6 80 of the sports leagues. You're listening to Murph in Mac available Now on your Amazon Echo Smart speaker. He sees Kay, NPR, 1045 and 68 ft Sports leader, Traffic.
"bucky dent" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"We enjoyed our visit with you and Scottsdale. We enjoyed talking to you now, and it's just been. It's just It's surreal, but we want When we understand how difficult it is. I guess the last question for you is obviously the Buster Posey one and that is It was a huge deal, man. I imagine Maybe some of you guys knew before we knew what was going on. Um, and how you guys have reacted to your leader stepping aside for his family? What was the reaction in the clubhouse? You know, as as a friend. I'm going to miss him dearly for the year. Always love having Buster Manning the squad and I've learned so much from and got to know him so well and as a teammate, I support him 1 million%. You know, before Buster Posey, there's baseball after Buster Posey. They're still going to be baseball, and there's always gonna be baseball, but your family That's that's limited time and and you you got to take advantage of those important times with them, and keeping them safe is what's most important and I couldn't support him more and I'm just so excited for him and Christian to be Welcoming to new, beautiful girls to their family, So it's just it's ah, big blessing for them, and we're really happy for him and we were talking about how the reaction you know amongst the fan base, and everybody has been so positive and you would think You know, fans to be selfish. I want my wins. I want my winds. But it's an indication that Mike and I know you know you were in college when this is all going on, but what he's done for this town in this in this franchise. Of putting all that goodwill in the bank and being a good dude on and off the field, I think earned him a Tana goodwill with the fans. I think so, too, And I think it's it's rightfully deserved. You know, he he's done everything he could for the city so far, and I think he's going to continue to dio a lot of great things here and You know that's that's kind of what you deserve. When you're a good person and you you put the organization first for a long time, and people give you a break, and and they see the big picture, which is ah. That his family is very important. And they should be treated that way. Oh, well said, man, Good catching up with you. Thanks for coming on. We appreciate you calling in and like, Yeah. Go play some ball, man. Go play simple. We can't wait. Can you believe you could be playing a week from Thursday and Dodger Stadium? Can you believe it? I can't. I'm excited, though. I know. We'll look forward to it. Take care, Mike. Thanks coming on. Thanks, man. Appreciate it. There is Mikey Stransky official friend of the program was no question. I'm a fan of this kid. Natalie is a person and just also the the game he brings to the yard everyday. Dude, he's a kid can play. I mean, he can flat out play in that whole thing We got to experience in Boston with it was truly Murphy. That's getting too corny. I'll probably never forget that that was really, really cool stuff. The yeahs factor. Here comes Grandpa. Yes. Oh, by the way, throwing abo t 2000. I mean, that whole thing was, it was like a magical trip Really was. Yeah. You're right, man. Very good. I'm sure Frank Pet bass to shout out, Frank. That doesn't want to leave them out. Carly since he played actually played 165 games in his career in center field so more than I thought. Yes. 33 games of third base. What? Wow, that's crazy. In the 78. Like when I was watching that replay, the Bucky Dent came I think he has was at first. Is that late, man? I I think so. I think you played 765 games over at first base. Wow, can think of a pushy but 1900 games in left field. That's what about that picture of the of Grandpa Yazz and literally as walking from left field member that that picture just the two of them out there in the field. I mean, I know it was like arranged for the photographers still, but they nailed it. Right field coming. Feels cool from there. Walking with the monster in the background. Yeah. Well, good to have you as back. He was the first, you know, we asked the Giants for players and he was the first guy to volunteer to come on, sees a yet and that's it front of the program status right there. There you go. All right, Good way to wrap up a Monday show of some fun stuff on the other side to a few more cooler content love that Polly's completely in on Jackie's Army to Jackie's all Come in. I saw them passing the flag around. I think I watched the national anthem during the during the break. Dude, I think when the guy scored the goal, I think he started crying more Ray Hutton did and you know it right out. Come on, and I have to tell the Irish are so creative with their songs like immediately they were singing in the section. I was in to Camp Town races. They were singing Who Put the ball in the I T Net Rayo who put the ball in the Net Rail radio how to start a pogo stick rail route and railroad? Yeah, who put Ball the rail Rayo House? Hey, they just how they roll. It's like high level fandom over there, you know, and I got to tell you to. Here's how the world like Here's what I remember about that World Cup and admittedly, dude, I wasn't a big soccer guy at that point, but the grateful Dead would always play two shows at Giant Stadium every June, right. There would always come in June and go up and down the East.
"bucky dent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Available except for you. Andy Pettitte most likely For the Yankees. Even David Wells will be available out of the bullpen. If needed. Messina is out there. I still think they're their prime and Messina for the beat a long man because I think Heredia's getting up in case they have to pitch to Damon or Walker. This is But because they wanted the scene of the start off getting fresh if they can. That's a good point. Bill Miller first and a splitter Ah little bit low for ball one to Miller. Miller struck out his first time. Reggie Jackson with his note. This is the kind of game that makes legends Bucky Dent on a famous Red Sox Yankees game, although not quite as much at stake. That was the playoff game to determine who would go into the league championship Series. This is one game. For the World Series. Miller swings and fouls went off back into the second deck. One ball one strike Reggie course. Big moments here. You were a hero in a game seven of the World Series. Yeah, that's You know, I was very fortunate to be the guy standing there with the winning run on second base. I mean, you play all your lifetime and never get that opportunity, So it's not about Me At that point. It was about the fact that I had the opportunity to be standing there. Regine made his own. He created by hitting home runs low on one pitch, and that is a low and outside for ball, Reggie. 1919 1977 World Series. There wasn't a game seven. It was Game six clinching game, though, didn't let it. Go, said he hit three Three big flies one of amount of black bleacher seats out in center field attempt empty of fans as the hitters backdrop and not many guys have ever hit him out there. There goes the runner bonus. One bounce right Through the vacated shortstop whole, Jeter went over the cover. He was no longer there. And that's right. Where Miller hit the mall. So the the Red Sox place a little ball and Bill Miller was some beautiful execution. It's one through the vacated whole. Nixon goes around the third and the Red Sox, already leading for nothing now have runners at first and third with nobody out. Well, these Red Sox are showing you their entire game. I mean, they're hitting home runs, which they do well. Now they're putting a hit and run on move around around 1/3 and actually, I thought he gave up his position a little too quickly there. He just thought I think he thought it was a straight steal because he he broke right away. That was weird. Joe Joe Torey, So that's gonna be it for Roger Clemens. That was weird. Geezer broke for second. And then Soriano broke for second. How many guys you need to break for second in the same place. So Roger Clemens? Is this the end for Clemens? If so, be a bitter disappointment. He hands them auditory. He walks off the field and despite being down by four Yankee Stadium salutes the 310 game winner. The rocket Roger Clemens, who may be walking into the dugout into the clubhouse and perhaps into retirement. Yankees cannot come back and win this game. This's Kevin winter,.
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"Thank you. Yeah, I have one question because my sources within the industry one of whom is on the air with us, right now tells me that interviews like that are preserved. But in a warehouse in Pittsburgh, that like a lot of good doesn't wait. I I Yeah. They're looking for stuff. We apparently they're in somewhere somewhere in Pennsylvania Harrisburg job at maybe job. Babin has There's a There's a reference that three people know that because I was looking for other things, and you know we were looking for George and at the Yogi Museum. We have a little bit of that. And I had asked for three or four other things. I was told when the C I think when Eric spits left the station, I mean, he just let everything go. And Eric was the one that knew where everything wass he was the one that found the Bucky Dent one and George yelling at me. What of Bucky shoots me in the parking lot, And there's blood all the place. And I have to tell you that. Yes, I'm still am better fire! Bucky Dent. I mean those things air gold here. Find them. I have. Ah, you'll remember I had. Ah ah, on my desk. Ah! Row of kart pile. Yeah, felt that you didn't want to get there soon. There were a couple of you there with you screaming at a tape up or board up. Who forgot to hit record when you were feeding a postgame voice. Yes. Yeah, There was a few of those there as well. But I was just so you couldn't get him to turn up to drive out to Pittsburgh to catch this kid, but he wanted he could have stopped on the way back exactly what kind of Loyalty is that now I know you know what we're loyal to you guys because you were such a huge part, albeit in a behind the scenes fashion, But hopefully this last half hour is illustrated how important you guys have both been to the success of W F A N over these 33 years. So Eric spits and Stevie Cohen Continued success and stay well and stay safe. And it's great catching up. Now we appreciate the opportunity to talk to you guys a lot to both of us. So thank you guys very much. And thank you guys for helping us make helping make us who we are. Today. We learned so much from both. Is any of your amazing So thank you so much. Thanks, guys. Thank you. All right. That's little piece of W fe in history there, Susan that most people probably wouldn't understand. Right away right now. Well, it was It was different time back then we have a couple other close. But on the other side, how you you want to introduce this Because this is we'll take a railroad into trouble. Yeah, I think we'll have time in the next half hour. Susan to play a couple of things. Not only this interview that I did with Mickey Mantle, which I'll give you the genesis of in 1991 But you had a piece that I think you want to play, too. Uh, I think we can squeeze into this next half hour on my right. We had a couple of things I did in interview. I haven't heard it in years. But I didn't interview is Don Mattingly the day that he announced his retirement, that that's that, I think is kind of cool. And also we have the beginning of the The Georgian Yogi for a union that and that we can do that also, so we'll figure this out. But we won't be coming up right? What she said. Okay, that has interest rates that another record low. Now's the time to put Are you having a difficult time finding domestically made masks? Are you a health care system that is tired of being reliant on China for Pee Pee? Harvey Medical Supply is here to help. Our mission is to provide products made in the U. S A. To anyone that needs it. We're cutting our traditional distribution supply chains and selling factory direct to keep.
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"Friends from Pearl Jam taping this Sunday afternoon. We don't need to take this on Sunday night anymore. Because there's no sports it's all it's all vintage sports. I've actually been preparing for this moment. My whole life. Old Games ran. Russillo is here as he is every Sunday. This was the part of the schedule. And we'll be talking about March madness thoughts where the last couple of weeks of the NBA would were going. Would-be worried about Mvp conversations and things like that. Now now I wanNA talk about The later shot. 'cause I watched that with my son yesterday. He had never seen he didn't know is going to happen. He was amazed. I got to relive it. Threw Him Russillo. Yeah that was Was An all time. I mean that that seriously in the moment you're like this is a kind of game that I'm going to think about the rest of my life. I mean not every day Certainly but late nurses dominance is a college player and then seeing younger people watch that game now and not like Lakers mom and you go. You guys have no idea you have you have no you think you know but you don't you know what I what struck me watching that game. I thought Leitner was going to be a really incredible pro because he was so good in college. But then you watch him and you think about the translate him as I go. He's got slow feet was really hard for him to like. Put The ball down. Every shot was almost like a miracle shot by hamlet on balance. Fling shots These turnaround fifteen footers. I think nowadays he would have been an awesome stretch five. I think he would have been shooting eight threes. A game in everything he did would have been different but I am. I was mad at myself. Twenty eight years ago that I thought later was going to be such good proud. Who else knew who knows what else happened. When we went to the wrong team. He had some personal issues etc. You know what the great lesson about Labor is is that he was. You'll know better than I want to get anything where I get this. Kinda thing wrong. But was he one of the first guys like tested positive for. We'd like in that era. Right or was rumored or something. There is always always rumors. He talked about that thirty for thirty. We did that. You know he definitely Off The court might have had a couple issues but a everything. I love watching these games and just getting upset about some of the issues are making 'cause like Grant Hill. Just first of all. He was a soft mark coming off the bench which seemed inconceivable but It seemed like he could have gone by anybody. He wanted to Kentucky team at all times and yet they're like all right spread out for Hurley. This is much better option. Hurley's got this. Maybe she go to grant hale the guy who guy who's going to be a first team all NBA guy in five years. Yeah later was suspended. Some Games there. I Don history but I just wanted to double check it because I remember later on and that was you know when I started talking to guys in front offices in I would be leading up to the draft and I was like you know. How can you figure some of the stuff out because what you learn is that no one really figures it out? But when you're outside of the world you think everybody has this magic. Is that that none of us can understand? It's really not that and something to gm told me that was really really smart and again it was the very beginning of me talking to these guys when we were talking about backgrounds personalities and try to figure things out and he goes look he was plenty of guys that are from terrible areas. Have a terrible family set up and have bad guys around left and right. And they're the best teammates they practice hard. They care they never get any trouble and then you look at somebody like Leitner. Who's like the poster boy? He's one of the best college basketball players in history. Not just guys that we saw was that dominant. He was incredible. And it's like here. He is Duke. Looks like he's a gap model and the whole deal and it was like well. Yeah you know now no one cares about any of this stuff but I just always thought that was really really interesting to kind of talk about lake nurse transition to the pros because he was. It's hard to imagine. He wasn't better because he still was a decent player like he still had a decent career but he was at all incredibly dominating at Duke You thought there's there's no way this isn't going to be a special pro. Plus we had familiarity with them. Because we're able to you know. Watch him and watch that Duke team evolve and even like they were shown Cherokee parks on the bench and acid. Like I remember. They recruited him. He was like the number one guy in deal he was going to be. It was going to go from ferry to Leitner to Cherokee parks. And you know you watch him on the bench and guys like Thomas Thomas Hale who added thought of in forever you know we just watched all those games back then and and something changed with College. Probably Fifteen sixteen years ago when you know. Maybe they will. Maybe it was less time. I know everybody's talked about all the possible reasons for it but it just met more back then like I remember where I watched that game and who I was with. You know an and there's been Great College Basketball Games especially this year late. They were shown. Today they're shown Carolina Villanova two thousand sixteen. That was an awesome game. That was really fun. But it. There was a weightiness to especially that ninety two seasons. Because you had the The fab five and It just every I remember everything about that seasons it was fun to relive it. I thought. Cps did a good job the way they showed it see. It felt like a real game. They didn't try to cut ahead. They would go to commercial and they would only show one ad so they could go right back so it stayed in the flow. But they didn't try to edit it. They didn't cut free throws so it kind of felt like being a time machine right. Yeah that when I've gone back in watch the NBA stuff You sit there and like the thing that jumps out especially working on the side of it now like I would. They're all these things that I would never think about is just a kid home watching these games and now that you work in it not that you and I have extensive background calling games but you just you look at it so differently You know when you mentioned the college basketball thing though it is. It's a simple answer. You can't have a brand where you're changing the brand every single time like. Imagine if you had this hit. Tv show with all these characters that people invested in and he said. Oh by the way we're never bringing these characters back for season two where he's GonNa bring all new characters and it just. It's hard it's really simple answer. But the turnover. Who used to get weird when guys would leave after their sophomore years but like what like what that. Guy. I think. He's doing now granted. It's wrong I think I should be able to go straight out of high school but there's just you know we like things to be easy as fans and really as consumers in any story like really it's how do you get people to jump into the next part of the story and college. Hoops like how many people can name. Who's on Baylor? You know for the season started. I stopped everything to watch Baylor. Kansas and it was a really fun game. This year was like nine. Am Tip out here. But I know that those kind of Duke Games or that Saint. John's Georgetown stuff for Sarah to that big Monday like I would watch that instead of the NBA growing up and now. It's absurd to think I would ever do that. I saw. I noticed watching that thinking about that team and even Kentucky and they were talking about how they were on probation for two years and the guys stuck around. Patino saying they really have anywhere else to go the other. Yeah they had all these seniors that were there but one of the things. I loved about college back then. Was it married high school in the sense I. The new guy shows up. And he's the freshman. He's gotTA prove himself. But then you got the older kids that have been there for a while and you know. The Duke was like the perfect example of. They're they're really like a high school team. Cherokee parks was the young freshman. Grant Hill was a sophomore. Who is going to take it over when Leitner leaves and and that dynamic that just eventually was gone. You Watch that game and you're thinking Mashburn Ingrain. Hiller are sophomores Mashburn. Just unbelievable there. Eight hundred twenty eight ten just looks like a classic stretch for now he he would have been I think a multiple our NBA Guy. There's no reason he should've even stayed at Kentucky for two years he should have gotten into the NBA as fast as you possibly could. We didn't realize that back then. Yeah I got to know Mashburn when he was at he. Spn One of my favorite living in Bristol stories. Is he and I go into Walmart to buy an extra controller and I didn't know it was going to pay for it because I didn't want to assume anything and I was like. Yeah 'cause I had the playstations hooked up in my hotel room and we were just bored out of their minds so it's me Jamal Mashburn at Walmart and I asked him about that team. And I always when asked about different coaches that these guys played for. I was always really interested. In which coaches told you to stay or told you to go because they're guys that are really selfish about it but then there's other ways you know now it's it's out of control like no one. Stang but back then I was like well. What would say to you he goes? I'm not letting you come back. You're too good like you're too good. You have to get out of here and I know you know Ripa Tinos. Rep's is taking pretty big hits over the last couple of years but that was something that I was always really impressed with that. He just looked at like I was like. Did you want us? He's Kinda wanted to stay because mashes whole thing was like. He's a New York City guy and his mother wouldn't let him go to a school in New York City. He was telling me about some of the recruiting stuff like Saint. John's back then still would've thought they were getting Jamal Mashburn. And he's like my mother was like you're not you're not playing ball in the city. And then he goes on a Kentucky after Kentucky went through that that brutal stretch. And you know that's that's the game if you're thinking of one loss that you've had in your Phantom Bill. I'm trying to think maybe it's two thousand. Ten Celtics Lakers the one. That's things the most I don't know if it's game six eighty six in the mets. But that doesn't feel as bad since they've won four titles but if you're a Kentucky fan like that's the kind of that stuff comes up every day it's like Bucky Dent in the eighties for Red Sox fan just sitting at a bar. Mfn Bucky Dent on because later shot. Well the Kentucky did end up winning. I think it's probably worse for Mashburn Jerk Kentucky Fan. You had to tidal teams later in the decade. Because like Ben and I were watching. We went right from yesterday. We were watching that Kentucky game and then the Major League Baseball Network were showing the playoff game in seventy eight Yankees Red Sox and we watched the last like probably two and a half innings and I was explaining to him how the playoffs worked back. Then it was a gay. You played the whole season. It was two division champs in each league. They tied so we had to have a playoff game. And he was like Whoa. How did they decide? Who had it as like? I don't remember. I just remember like everybody from Boston to stay home that day. And we're watching it. He had no idea it was going to happen. And a living through the the remmy hits that shot to Pinella. Panella can't see any just jabs his jabs his mid out. I'm getting mad at George Scott all over again. I think he was my least favorite. Red Sox player just swing for the fences. Every time never never touched a ball early on that he was early. It was at the head of it. Yeah Jangle That was such an agonizing loss and they've won four world series since and it still really hurts Agata Sad. I don't feel any better from it. Yeah I I grew up hearing about it because you know that's where our our gap comes into play. Were still too young to but it was one of the first things like eighty two as my first sox game against brewers and I I just remember like the Bucky Dent thing like it was four years later and people still in them. I remember that we again emceeing. So if the way your brain store stuff early when there's nothing else in there so they allies kids we can always go back and remember anything. Because there's no distractions of real life. But I remember being upset after the fact years later. Just my father telling me that they blew the fourteen game lead and you just go. How is that possible? Like how? How could they have low like how they had the best team? And all these different things and again that stuff used a matter a lot more And Eighty six at all comes up again eight years later so we've seen over the last few days in especially ESPN and then Nba TV and emo but others channels. They're
"bucky dent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Number two coming up here on Wednesday night October second and I will make no more references to Bucky dent on this the forty first anniversary of the. three run home run fly ball to left field that dropped into the net to Fenway Park I promise I'm not sure of my next guest is a guest as a baseball fan but I'm sure if he is who he knows who Bucky dent is up ambassador Dennis Ross has written a new book be strong and of good courage how Israel's most important leaders shaped it's meaningless Israel's destiny and ambassador Dennis Ross welcome tonight's I how are you I'm good thank you I do know about the death was by the way. bad word here in Boston I'm sure you know that so I just want I was I was going to mention it but you did so I I feel that somehow will will pay penance for that and maybe things will work out okay I was actually at that game working that game and it was a beautiful afternoon who was a Monday afternoon and was beautiful until Mike tourist through one over the middle of the plate to dent deposited in the industry to left field up welcome welcome to night side I we talk about Israel and and the Middle East probably more of this talk show than on most talk shows around the country. and this is your latest book for those who do not know you and I think most of my audience do know you you are a a graduate of UCLA you have been involved as it as an ambassador as a diplomat for this country through many many presidencies of the first bush administration of Bill Clinton second bush administration president Obama you've you've worked for Democrats and Republicans alike with a great focus on the Middle East and on solving this conundrum of Israel so let us start off with I hope I want people to read the book obviously and you focus on for a prime ministers of Israel great leaders David Ben Gurion the first prime minister of Israel Menachem bacon Yitzhak Rabin and Ariel Sharon an interesting collection I was interested. Sharon ended up. yeah I guess in in in in problems after his a term in office correct. well Sharon but what happens with Sharon is Sharon has a a devastating stroke. and after he's made a decision to disengage from Gaza pull out all the sellers and all the soldiers from Gaza and also for small settlements in the west bank. he leaves his his party we could he's the one who actually help to formally could. originally and he didn't do it because of ideological reasons meaning he was not part of the revisionist movement up enough and Megan let first the party of a route and then as the leader of the could he was he referred to himself as in the pine lake which was really meant he was a late resign as. but a look at the he was a was amazing warrior the truce is dead David when you're in a rescued him within the Israeli military several times when they were at least three or four tents to drive them out of the military he was loyal to the people below but rarely what loyal to the people above him got into trouble when he was in the military for not following orders and that always being truthful about what he did. an Israeli Douglas McArthur almost well in a lot of ways yes and gets into trouble with big and in the Lebanon War nineteen eighty two because he he has an ambitious view of in a sense what that work and do with regard to remaking the Middle East but as prime minister he is the guy who built all the settlements before he became prime minister. he's also the only one who ever dismantle them what makes him similar to the other three leaders that we we looked at is not ideology but an understanding of what leadership means he actually he he describes I'm quoting here the solitude of the leader and what he meant by that was a leader is alone when he or she has to make big decisions the burden is on their shoulders they can't deflected the others and they can't and shouldn't think about deferring hard decisions for their successors have to make them all four of these leaders Ben Gurion big and Rabin and Sharon defined the essence of leadership as understanding what was important being prepared to take it on being able to look around the corner think strategically C. was coming down the road always understand the cause of action but also being aware of the cost of doing nothing of the cost of inaction and always putting the state first not their political interests it's not that they weren't didn't have political instincts but they all have the capacity to put the state above their own private personal political interests what's interesting is the book opens with Sharon and I having lunch together and is saying to me at a time when I was raising questions about what he was doing with regard to getting out of Gaza it was I was in favor of getting out but I want him to establish the principle of getting out but then also make clear that the policy should have some obligations they should have some responsibilities and so he should establish the principle withdrawal but the Palestinians should assume a set of responsibilities as it relates to security though should be demonstrated you could even have you could phase the Israeli pullout as and timing and link it to what the policies were doing and he said to me I can't make at that time he said to me I can't make our destiny our future depends upon their irresponsibility. he feared they would never be responsible and then Israel would be stuck and he felt they they could not stay in Gaza but he was saying to me in this lunch when I was challenged again he said to me all my successors are politicians and what he meant by that was. they will make political decisions hi making a decision when putting the state first will that was true for men Goran it was true for bad for big and it was true for remains true for Sharon they might have different ideologically but they didn't different terms of how they define their responsibilities. Beijing correct me if I'm wrong. Megan in effect was somewhat of a revolutionary. big and is a follower of job attends he bacon is a deep believer in the principle of there's a trail he wasn't in a land of Israel he was a deep believer that Israel should if it didn't have a right to all parts of it it had a right to none of it he was a. he was a lawyer by training but a in in many ways the kind of nineteenth century civil libertarian he was identified as being sort of on the conservative side of. Israeli political spectrum. but not when it came to the rights and and civil liberties including for the Arabs he was against the Israelis had martial law with regard to the air communities within Israel until nineteen sixty six he was against that. what was wrong wasn't he involved are accused or suspected of being involved in some almost terrorist acts on and in England. no not there but in but he was dear Gooden blows up the king David hotel which was the the where the command was for what the where the headquarters were for the British I command yes okay he was he himself was appalled by this because he thought they had given warning he didn't understand what could have gone wrong that ninety people could have died and so yes absolutely he was the the British pursued him he was he was underground the fruitless oftentimes dress is a Hasidic. this is what would the point is that that each of these men of not only historical characters but they're very interesting characters and the and I think that is what's going to make the book so appealing but I got to take a break ambassador and and what I want to come back and talk about is a little bit of of what's going on today I would be remiss if I didn't ask you how how Israel is going to move forward now with this seeming stalemate between the guns and and and the current prime minister and what is hanging over a Benjamin Netanyahu's had who is obviously let Israel now for ten years I also want to find out from you some of the things that this current administration is done in terms of moving the US embassy to to to Jerusalem and to you know recognizing the sovereignty of the Golan Israel sovereignty over the Golan Heights and so I'm I'm gonna contemporaries it a little bit I I I want people to read the book but more importantly but I also want to get some thoughts from you on on this and I hope you won't mind me asking some of those questions because the book is also designed to do is what needs to happen today yes of course I'm very much aware of that six one seven two five or ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty ambassador Dennis Ross who has spent time in the Boston area teaching at some of Boston's of best academic institutions so he's familiar with our area I'm sure anyone who's followed the Middle East and is at all concerned about the Middle East the name Dennis Ross is a quite familiar we will continue our conversation with ambassador Ross and invite your phone call six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty..
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"On comedians in cars getting coffee. Emcees. Great Long Island guys guys. You know, when you see any talking like that, then that you could really see him the way, I of always known them all these years. Here's a great grounded. Very funny. Anybody my mind very reclusive, too. I mean he likes to stay out of the. You know what he makes? So when you think of the money et made, and I you on the, you wanna just after wild started tacking, you and they start making rumors, you know, you do what you gonna worry about that on would vote and coming to America should be interesting. Oh, yeah. The sequel that's and Jerry's great Jerry, Jerry minded the brilliant, Jerry Seinfeld. That's actually going to be funny. So this is the only me. So when I go from the stadium and I was supposed to go to the bishops thing last night. Frankie I, I don't know how you could have gone to one more event. I went from the stadium and concert was, what was what six thirty? Okay. Stop I went to the Metropolitan Museum see the kids that was so cute. It was so great. See kids together hanging out. And by the grace of God, they got home safely. I give me a call. It's me anybody kids like that. Once they go to the city, the city, you know, you I worry. So. I and then I have an umbrella starting rain. I take my umbrella out of the car. I give. Alley the umbrella. It takes the umbrella, Meshu stager, and they got home. Okay. So then we went down to David Cone of an at the Mandarin, which is beautiful. You know, everybody was there. When I tell you everybody, David Wells, I posted a picture that what a great. I said, I said, you look so roughly eagles Joe it's all in. Allusion is funny guy, he goes, no, I just looked apart now. I can't live up to us. David look pretty tough to me. And then people it was like this, at the David Cone event, and Marianna was there. You know, everybody and I went to see my dear longtime friend Joe, Tori. Who I did bond close radio commercials with back in the day when I was at the improvisation before even broke and I went in, because I do voice overs, during the improv years and Joe Torry, you'll toy to catch her, you know, he was still playing back patio or just when was this seventy seventies. Yeah. Kidding. And we've been friends ever since this is one of the classiest nicest greatest movies as Joe said, you such respect and you make the Italian American so proud. He goes, well, I'll try not to mess that up. But it's always great. That was what Joe Tories then someone said, we have somebody who has a LS and Joe, we want you to go would you come over? So then I run into Bucky dent on the way and buck bucket booth. Looks like spectacular Bucky looks like a movie star Bucky for second. But I'm a meantime, this guy's taking me to, to meet Anneli LS patient, on the day of Lou Gehrig's birthday, so I go, okay, let me go over and make sure I take the member last month or so. I did that Dr lying H S S event where that was what wrestles bird. The rest has been very active in that and helping Heure. And then I saw in that video I saw at that time a month ago. I saw there are computers renovate a patience, speak. They look at the letters, any goes right up on the screen, and I watched it and I saw it when I was at the event with Russ and amazing. And then the computer speaks this guy, this guy, Chris. It was a privacy use his first name. He he was in a wheelchair. He had a breathing apparatus and one over any seen his eyes. He was happy to see me. I talked to him. I said me and you are courageous. This is the guy that took a wheelchair down to Washington. I remember that guy. Eight million dollars free. He looks at the computer and I said, how any looks he says, Joe this thing has changed my life? Yeah. I see written out, just brilliant. So what a courageous courageous me. So it was like that was just a feel good night all around. And I'm thinking I gotta get up the next morning. I gotta I gotta get up. I wanna be at least coherent because Frank mentioned something general. So love me. I don't wanna fall apart on the air. Well didn't work out too. Well, so then I go, okay, I'm going to get out of your every major baseball star was there. They were playing David Cone's perfect game on the big screen, and Michael k and seated and a shoutout to, to Michael. He he called the game yesterday. And then he did what am I not only did he call the Yankee game when the game was over? He has to run down to a basically a storage container to finish doing his radio show. And then went into I looked stage. So Michael and say that this guy works and he was great. And it was Bruce. Beck was there. So I went over and I go let me get out of your and my guy Ray into might all the table. We're at look, I gotta get up in the morning. I'm gonna sneak out before the festivities start. So I get out. I walk out. And by time you go out Lima Zilly works relievers, Zilly I didn't recognize him because it's me. I never heard anybody. So I said Lee, you know, any looks great Mizuki. Remember the bobble thing. So now, now, I leave getting a cab, and then Richaud was there, aviator friend. So I got a text as gonna get, hey, kill us. Got a really nice shout out from Michael. Okay. Waited ten more minutes life story, but pre sheet that the foundation said, hey, Joe Piscopo here. Showed a picture of Frank Sinatra junior screen. Went. But I got an got in the car and came back went to sleep man. Just just try to stay listen to Sean on the president. So and the news I understand when I said, and we go to break when you do this show, every news item that breaks every single one you have to look at it. You have to analyze you have an opinion on it, and you have to you could do it, 'cause that's your the way your brain works, right with me. Look, I got a research it. I gotta make sure it's not fake news. It's a lot. So but I would've loved to stay there last night. Sounds like a great event, you know, they had let a who's there old polo Neal's. Yes. So it was all the great Yanks there. So it was great. So shout out to David Cone, and his Dacian for great job. And you know what the Yankees had great that organizations great stadium was great. And now we're here we're getting into news when we come back right now, I four most at ten before seven Debbie is looking out for you. On the your big Mets fan, though. Great looks look so young. I didn't I weighed this looks like a you say you, you look like a young village, looked great, nice guy. Great guy. Great guy. Mazing people last night. What was it was something I wish I stayed know undo that. And you just want to say more night. Monday stayed for an hour and I left because I love you. You start talking to people. Great. Much fun. But I I'm like, I've got a bed. So. The business we chose. It is. Rainy out there, so that travel is going to be nuts. Six fifty one with Debbie on.
"bucky dent" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Is still lengthy here. My whichever Eggleston filling in Minsk and Doyle back together on Monday. Okay. So here's the deal. I was so chicken Jeff like I looking back, I wish I would've asked him so. I did this run a couple of weeks ago. Oh, you're so look, listen to you and your so in shape now I really wasn't was died. Those run things you really have to train note to self I did not train, and I crossed the finish line. I was like. How did you do? Sit down pass out. It was okay. So just train if you are doing a run. But anyway, so I'm doing this run in south jersey with a girlfriend of mine, and we're running, and there's a random guy mile marker one standing there, some random is this guy watching us like run per vote is loser now. So we circle the mile marker, and my girlfriend turns me and says, I think that was Carson Wentz. Carson. Why would Carson Wentz be here in the rain watching, and everyone knows run winches? He's the host of HDTV. Hey, said Jeff before he went on the air does everybody know Carson Wentz is he said? Eagles quarterback. Yeah. Okay. So I'm like, I don't recognize them. So mile three Sam. I said, that's Carson woods, Carson Wentz there is. So then, like every mile we kept seeing him and you should heard. I hope is it a heard what we were saying? We're like heap freely support law. We're like he must really love this town, supporting all the activities going on in the south jersey town earth. And so then we just kept seeing them, and then we cross the finish line and areas again, really. I don't know. He just is here because he just loves nothing better just loves hanging out watching people run in south jersey. Who doesn't who doesn't want to spend their Sunday morning watching people just run in the rain. Right. So then we go over to where the listing all the names are to see where replaced or whatever, and I'm like, okay, his wife. I see his last name when his wife was behind me the entire run. So he was there cheering on his wife, who is running in the same run that I was running just so happy. She was right behind me every mile marker, he was at he wasn't hearing me already was cheering his wife on not keep saying behind your so you beat Carson Wentz his wife in Bill. Head to ahead, the last mile I saw go pass me. Whatever besides the point. Okay. So now we're after the races over standing there, and I see him and there's not a lot of people there. So I know what he's going up to him. And I just dying for a picture with him. What do you think? I did it. No, I didn't I chickened out, and I did not approach, because I don't want to be that person who approaches and annoys hairy. And then if I got rejected, it would be devastating, right? I walked up to him and said you mind if I take a picture. And he's like, I'm sorry. I'm here supporting my wife. I don't really want to take a picture, I would be devastated and not even saying he would do that. All these dot going through my head devastated, 'cause he wouldn't take the picture with you, devastated, because you asked. And he said, no. And now you feel you feel so small the biggest loser, and it didn't even happen. I still feel like a big loser. So I did not ask him and I didn't get an autograph. It didn't get a picture go home and tell my boys who are big Carson Wentz fan, and they're like, why, why mom I'm like, well, yeah. Like an eleven year old boy and nine year old boy went up to him. It would be different than me. Right. All sweaty. So it was just so disappointing, but a given but not even disappointed because he tried even say it gave us an idea that we oftentimes you hear the celebrity encounters thoughts about that. Right. We're going to twist it a little bit. Yeah. So here's our question for you at one eight hundred two eight three one zero one five, which celebrities did you like see and didn't sane and just let it go and didn't say anything to them, just let them go on with their lives or which? Celebrities. Did you see? And you wish you didn't say anything because they were just complete jerk offs. Did I walked away with the worst taste in your mouth as a result? Yes, I don't wanna hear happy celebrity encounters now and it's so perfect at one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five. If you are like me, and you chickened out you saw somebody were like, wow. That really is that person. And you did not approach. Yup. Because you were scared you were afraid of rejection. All these things are running through my mind. So you see a celebrity and you don't approach who was the celebrity and like Jeff said, on the flip side you did approach and you're like, oh, they reject Amir. They were jerk like I love this person. And this person was a jerk to me. Didn't sign the on autograph didn't take a page or did and was like annoyed by one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five one and one I was on a when I was a kid a little kid, I went to like a baseball card show and Bucky dent was signing autographs and he was the biggest jerk. Why kids he was just sitting. There. He was seen it behind sunglasses. He was wearing sunglasses. Number one, and he was just signing. You try to engage with them wear engage with you. I was in that problem was met fans crashed he was the worst. And another time I was on an airplane, and Borussia cough was on the airplane, and the only reason I didn't say anything because I the only reason I recognize them was because he was on sex in the city regularly originally on sex of the city to seems like the wrong thing to do. Right. Your boyfriend. Save hats. We see you didn't you didn't. And I was like ninety eight percent jersey. And then I was sure it was him when we walked, the planet, somebody besides his person. Oh, the Jimmy Baryshnikov, you know, that, you know, not Barry Baryshnikov Mikhail Baryshnikov. I only would recognize the because of his role in sex in the city, which I only watched the nudity. Well, it's always on so the reruns are like every time I turn on this one channels, like rerun sex, but okay. And this is another thing. So when I see somebody really, really pretty hot girl, or guy, I don't look because I don't want to give them the satisfaction of another person. Check in the mouth. I look now I don't go the opposite. I'm like, please. You're not you're not that hot or yard. You are have. So we're going to look at you. Turn to stone. That's how hot you are. Those sometimes I feel. My own body to get yours. That's how hot you. And I'm not looking at him. Like I'm totally I'm totally sticking it to them like they know I'm not looking and they know that I'm doing. Look at you. Right. I know you want me to look at you, but I'm not but anyway, so I am telling you that is because when I see a celebrity something inside of me is like you're no better, right? You're just a great athlete, or you're just a great actor. You're not better. So if you reject me, you're not better than right? Like all like no don't you say, I'm crazy. Is what I'm saying, does that makes sense? Right. And if you are a celebrity I mean, I think it just comes with the territory. That's what I would think. All right. One eight hundred two eight three one O one point five. We'll get to all your calls coming up right now. It's four eighteen. Here's New Jersey. Fast traffic down the shore is just hit two major snacks. On the Parkway, northbound just after exit one thirty five it's an accident blocking two lanes, but that is causing a lot of.
"bucky dent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I'm your vacation relief, announcer Keith Olbermann alongside Jim bowdoin perched high atop Fenway park. We're just to the right side of home plate on Christine Lee beautiful day. Here in the back bay area of town where you're from more or less. Yes. Western Massachusetts right down the street from Fenway park's by childhood walking to the stadium. I worked here, many years ago for a local television station, and we both end up today we were at the Bucky dent game as fans. Yes. Mike Torres gave up that three run Homer to Bucky dent and no kidding right down. My eyes and I was Hanky fan at the time, so. Sorry. And then I quit because you're going to have after that, but we're going to get as a Yankee fan after that. All right back to this game, we're going to see now, Jeffrey broddrick as the main pay off the Cleveland Indians, in the ongoing trade. With Washington last year first pitch to Benintendi is a strike. How is this possible? Andrew Benintendi three for thirty eight in the first inning, Jim. And a lot of people wondering why the Red Sox. Don't change the line and put bets in the leadoff spot, a one fitches fouled and its own to lash Mookie Betts was the leadoff it over Boston. They won the world championship in the off season. Outscores said he wanted to move. Beck's to the two spot. One and a half some traffic when he's in front. The only problem is Benintendi is not provided the traffic for bed. So it hasn't quite worked yet. Here's the two from Rodriguez swung. This made quick work of Andrew Benintendi, who's now three for thirty nine in the first inning. Yeah. Made quick work in the curveball is how he put them away balls as best secondary. Pitch opponents Bank. Just one seventy.
"bucky dent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Two years later seven seventy seven. You're on the air. Seventy seven year on. Yeah. The Yankees played the dodgers in a five year span in the World Series three times, seventy six seventy seven was Reggie seventy six. Oh, is that right? Yes. Oh, is it? No, seventy eight fucking tent on the VP an eighty one the Yankees lost the who who'd he hit that home run off in a playoff against the dodgers. No against Boston. Those Mike Torres. Hey, I got that pitcher. He actually went on to win the World Series. MVP Bucky dent seventy eight. Right. Here's one for you. Gave up Mickey Mantos last homerun. Oh, that's easy. Dwight gooden. Yankees got swept by Cincinnati, seventy six the dodgers the dodgers and seventy eight. And lost to the dodgers on Jim lumbergh day center. I sent you to the other day. Comedian. Yes. Well he had a big role in that. Red Sox cardinal World Series against Bob Gibson. Absolutely listen. You'll great give everybody the, the website, the phone number and any numbers today. No numbers. I don't know. Be wins dot com. Don't even call me today. Db wins dot com. I'm gonna leave here. I'm going to jump on the path. I'm going to get back to Hoboken, and then get to Hawkin and lay out and get his ten as you know, I'm not going to be to win the indoor radiation, not for a long time. You don't amount every single day. No. But in the winter you, though, of course. Absolutely. That's what you'll. Yeah. The kid you gotta you gotta keep that tangoing people look horrible when white tonight, look on healthy and pale and horrible. You know, you gotta get out there and you know what you're going to die is something you may as well look good as you're alive. You're you're stupid as I am. What I think Milwaukee, it's a little hard that I liked them Cleveland and the over in the Mets game today. Sydney, listen up on. It's great to do the show next week. We're not going to be here now. So maybe you Russell through the show, maybe the guns, we'll make a three man booth that we got it'll be Russ Danny and guns, and I'm going to be away free that x four weeks. Did I miss you? Not going to Boca. Oh, you're going to Europe. I'm going to upstate. I see my dad mom fourth guessing, and I'm going next Sunday's Israeli day parade. So that's nice, you're gonna do the floaty thing, I'm gonna do the Ford I've got gotta show like ferris bueller. Same thing. You're all I love it. I love you, bro. You always a pleasure, if he's one of my best.
"bucky dent" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You're not okay with that we sleep together. And that's perfectly fine. Albert. We could just be perfectly polite. Platonic France do so number one why on earth? Right and less. You are starving for some sort of attention or chasing athletes. He basically laid it out number one is gonna he's not even a m-. There's no emotional connection whatsoever. Wow. Number two. Is you can't even get the social media stuff? Right. I can understand that. I can understand where you're if we're going out, we're dating I don't want it on Facebook. I don't want it on Instagram. I don't want it on Twitter where we're goal what we're doing at. That's fine. I can understand that you wanted a private life to stay private. I could that one. I'll give it to them. And then three. Well, I mean, there is no I mean, it shouldn't be his three rules on relationships is there's really no relationship if you're not emotionally involved, and you're basically sleeping with anybody. And everybody that you want to even if you're with quote, unquote, someone else how any so. Trevor Bauer is basing relationships on. It's basically a one night stand like his whole that's his whole rules for a woman to be with them a one night stand. That's basically what that is. Let's be honest. If you look at Trevor balanced face, this guy should not be making any rules. It should be happy can get any girl. Okay. It's an ugly person. That's the other thing. He doesn't exactly they Jimmy Garoppolo over here. Okay. There have this kind of rule set. Exactly Tom Brady. So this is seriously calm down. There's a question ugly men. And I don't mean that disrespectfully. Now does he put these rules out there because the success rate is high or we want to believe that his success rate is high is this a game of is this a game of calling his bluff, or do you think he's putting this out there? Because obviously as a twenty eight year old single man is a major league pitcher a successful with the Indians, a multi-billionaire that he's had a lot of success with this basically saying, it's this way or no way. Where do you think? He's bluffing. I do think he's telling you. He's we've all those. Yeah. One tell you got more game day. They've got more game cash. Really have. Yes. I think it's that. I think is the I would call his bluff because if you look at them the guy enough for nothing. I don't mean this between the galaxy. He looks like a goof. I mean, he doesn't exactly look like a handsome man, man. I mean, you know, really, but he's coming across like the thing to your point. Like, yeah. I got these rules this how I'd lined up. My ladies did the lineup this way. He doesn't know what he's in the clubhouse telling people these rules here here goes Trevor against Opie rule. Yeah. He's. Macho right, right. But those are I mean, it's an interesting rule. It's an interesting. He also went on to say if he was married. He'd be a terrible husband right now. You take no kidding. Up. Everyone can live their life the way that they would live, but we talk about athletes being role models. I would not look at these rules and anyone could live their life. Whatever they wanna do. But I would not look at these rules as kind of ground rules. Yeah. These young single person in America. I think you're right. Detached no social media posts, and he could sleep with anybody and everybody sleep around, right? I'm like a dog in the street. That's I do. Me one on the road. Yeah. Yeah. Don't tax me on my role. Don't call me. Don't facetime. He ever. And. Yeah. I don't tweet about me. Don't don't put an Instagram post about you and holding hands on a park. Plus, if you ever tell me that you care about me, I'm out. I'm out. I quit. I'm done. I'm dumping you. It's over. Nope. Bye. Bye. Yeah. This is Trevor are you kidding me? I gotta root for now. Exactly Lima's Zilly. Zillions heartthrob, bro. This guy was a heartthrob. Yeah. Real hot this guy. Let's get Masili. I can't think of a better look at ball player from the last nineteen Ninety-one core. Right. I understand Derrick jeeter Joan. A guy. Okay. I guess I should have leave a zillion zillion. Beautiful good looking guy. You know? No, not really. I mean, it's like Bucky dent that guy was heartthrob. Stop Jackie's riot. Remember what he looked like in his look seriously, don't he was a hot for a guy. He was a good looking guy. Yeah. All the girls. Love Bucky dent, by the way, if you if you have yourself, a thirty forty seconds, hop online Arab posted a video is girlfriend. Jennifer lopez..
"bucky dent" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"Stuff like that. We just don't try to fuck in. Destroy somebody try to. Get him. See your point try to get people on your side, behave give this person another chance you have it be open like that you open it up to discussion. And then people just watch it and learn some shit rather than just being like this person said this now they can't have that. Now, let's watch them fucking loose. Something get who she's just sitting there watching it for the fuck entertainment value. This is one of my favorite things to buy the ways to to get onto my fucking high horse here and preach at a quarter to four in the fucking morning, whatever fucking time at his hair. All right. Let's talk NFL playoffs. I missed most of them. I was able to watch a little bit of that eagles bears game in German, which was pretty cool because they kept enough of the English word. That I was able to you know, kinda know what the fuck they were talking about. And I know everybody's going to get on the bears kicker, but can somebody please explain to me why the fuck you go for a two point conversion when the bears did that why not just buck in kick the goddamn thing? And then you end up losing by one. John madden. My entire fucking life. Said you take the points. You take the points. You take the points those extra points come back to haunt yet. I know this guy I missed that. I guess he hit a number of fuckin- goal. Posting hit the crocodile post on the crossbar and the last one. I watched the highlights, but why the funky going for two points there makes and just well choose your only up by to your acting like it's the end of the game with fucking two minutes to go. There's a whole bunch of time left. And I forget when it happened the end of the third quarter beginning the fourth quarter. But there was plenty of fucking time where it's a complete non factor. Just take that extra fucking point just take the fucking thing. And then see where the fuck you are with the last five minutes, then you start playing that game. You know, everybody's going like Patrick wa-. Now like pulling the fucking goalie with like ten minutes left in the game. Which for some reason actually worked for him? So congratulations to to the eagles to next falls, man. They brought by the way, though that Mitch Trubisky man had Trump riske's as fucking break game through over three hundred yards. I thought he was like really accurate news dealing with the defending Super Bowl champions that great to Nick foles is. I that guy you know, like, I just fucking delivers. Oh, my God p Carroll Jesus Christ for fucking bastard. The poor fuck investment. He's getting a ton of shit in Seattle. I guess they thought he ran the ball too much. And I don't know what happened that feel go kick her get fucking hurts the punter and he has to do an onside kick like why didn't he just do what they all do? Just stick it on the T. And then you kick the ball in a downward motion on the upper third of the fucking balls would pops up in the air. The guy just he fucking this. Can basically lobbed it down the field that you know, something. If p Carol never won a Super Bowl. And they were gonna make a statute of him. It would be him with his hands on his fucking knees. Just looking down at the ground in pain. He sort of the urban Meyer of. NFL coaches, you know, in that they both won. But they just have that fucking. They just have that that soul crushing whenever I seem do that. You don't it reminds me of it reminds me of Collier scrimp sqi when he back backing up to the wall. When Bucky dent hit that three run Homer in your saw his legs Bockel. It just reminds me that every time I see that shit. So. I don't know my condolences. I don't usually have condolences to Seattle fans. But I don't know the revelries kind of died down football fans. I feel I've been there and all that she at. -gratulations San Diego. Chargers. I forget who played the last game all the colts. I the colts look good. Andrew luck is back which is great..