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"carl ravage" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Laugh when you to join me at six o'clock so we will continue to pursue this finisher stick with us I came here one of four five and six eighty but we'll start with the right here rob Manfred talking to Carl ravage and basically opens up he did admit that the Astros have a responsibility to acknowledge what happened to admit fault at all of this and he goes on to say they need to take responsibility though when they tried to the other day they botched it so here's sort of man for his opening statement on the Astros need to take ownership as to what happened one of the most important things that has to happen in order to put this episode it is the people never gonna forget about it but to move on from it is for the entire organization starting from the top owner all the way through the players to accept responsibility and to apologize not only to their fans but to the fans across the other twenty nine teams and nam I I it's hard to deny the fact that dom that's going to be an ongoing process here it didn't get done the other day yeah yeah I think we all agree that when the Astros initially spoke out seem fake seem like they were lying the continued to to buy and back of these these fake stories almost won the blows everybody away is the Jose L. two very holding on to his shirt after the walk off home run against a rolls Chapman the Yankees so much so the Carlos Correa ended up creating a an entirely different scope and story around this member initially it was about woke apparently out to these wife told Carlos Correa's wife that she didn't like when Jose L. two V. had his shirt off in public and so that's why I'll to they said don't rip my shirt off and he's running third winning the American League and it and then he says later Carlos Correa did this week and say actually he didn't want to sure ripped off because he had a tattoo that was healing on his collar bone and he didn't think it looked really good that's get in a room and get the story straight you're a man you got twenty five guys you got guys we're gonna buy into a fake story just get the story right it would have been that difficult more from rob Manfred here basically doubling down on his Astor Tatian that nobody cheated and twenty nineteen I don't know that I buy this but he says the Astros admit fault and having cheated in twenty seventeen the admitted twenty eighteen he says by then we put a stop to it now don't forget twenty nineteen ALCS is where people claim the Astros reason buzzers if they were using some level of technology no last Thursday I want to say maybe it's Friday I we talked about that Washington post article the give a whole lot more context to what happened in the ALCS they talk about how Joe Torrey had pulled both managers aside AJ Hinch and and engaging Martinez aside and said there will be no funny business basically meaning no technology being used in this World Series you're not gonna cheat you're not gonna use any of the stuff they said to the extent that that that during the ALCS Yankee scouts were checking out center field with binoculars they were walking around down there at at minute maid park they were trying to see if the Astros were looking to get a leg up on them apparently no evidence was found in rob Manfred double down on that yesterday the arm in a way the peace that no one appreciates is that we found no evidence not a single witness who could corroborate that there were war buzzers being used during the twenty nineteen season indeed that they were doing anything inappropriate during the twenty nineteen season so he said we didn't investigation we found no evidence that they cheated during twenty ninety yeah also later in this interview by the way he says why would they admit to having cheated in twenty seventeen and eighteen but not nineteen and I good question except that sometimes if you decide you're going to be honest or if you look for someone to be a little honest like I said I'm just a joke about this sometimes what I've seen enough lawn order prosecutor homicide you know listen a little bit here what I'm getting at is that it just because they admit fault in first you admit fault a little bit and say well I've I was bad but I wasn't that bad wasn't as bad as everybody else was the main question I have here is what does rob Manfred have to lose in punishing Houston Astros what's the negative press you get from this I was listening to the CBS show before the the leadoff spot are going as I was prepping for this morning and and I to be honest I'm not quite sure who it is anymore and he should be taz in the movies whatever was on had a good day I even a good point you say look the the players union is going to protect the players to the best of their ability that said if rob Manfred had decided I'm going to punish all twenty five players from the active astra's roster and maybe it's a few more maybe it's a few less whatever you decide let's say he takes the active roster from the from the World Series he says I'm going to spend everyone of those players for one season is the players union going to fight that are we going to clap back at Major League Baseball because in doing so if the players union defends those twenty five Astros players your crap out on all the other active players on all twenty nine other teams you're putting the the safety and rights of twenty five guys who were admitted cheaters above the rights of the other twenty five guys on every other team in baseball I'm not sure that rob Manfred looks bad if he comes out and does that instead we're looking at this like in the early is staying on rob Manfred resume as soon as commissioner baseball he goes on to talk about why he decided not to strip the World Series from the Astros not a lot of people say you can't strip but you can't take it away feels to me like this is picked up steam in the last couple of weeks I feel like and myself included I feel like more people are on board with taking away a title from the Astros today than they were two weeks ago could be wrong it's just my feeling on the temperature of things going on on this conversation here's robin from why he decided not to strip the title in the context of my original decision it was something that we talked about and analyzed extensively it was a big topic of conversation between me and my senior staff and how did you land on the decision you know added on well I I landed on it really several thoughts number one it is never happen in baseball I am a believer in the idea that precedent matters and date when you deviate from it you have to have a really good reason to do that I don't understand president because it's never been done before so we can't do it now we never banned players for life from baseball into the black Sox scandal we never commissioner of baseball until said black Sox scandal ridden band a player since the black Sox for life to Pete rose came out and did it we hadn't been someone is an older to the band George Steinbrenner for life and then reinstated him three years later things happen for the first time in history because they happen for the first time we had not had a technology cheating scandal in baseball at least not one that in the end surfaced to where it was common knowledge across the game now I mention the quote conspiracy theory earlier I'm not gonna get into that I'm not gonna say that this is a widespread thing in baseball and baseball loves the press on this is still a lot of crap a lot of stuff filtered out about why it is that he's not punish the Astros he went on to say that he gave them immunity will play that sound bite for here a minute but he gave them immunity apparently in exchange for their testimony in information about what it is that went down my problem with this is that you set a precedent here now for this scandal this is different than stare internal people are looking for the comparison it's a little bit different in that you have a team that has now been caught they're admitted cheaters they've admitted fall some of them are to some extent maybe not to the to the full information that we would like to have but some of the fault is been admitted you have to wonder whether or not this is still happening in baseball whether or not there really are other teams doing so I would guess that there have been and the question I have is if you're not gonna push the Astros at what point to someone get punished is it now if you're caught cheating after twenty nineteen then you get a suspension if we find out that the Dodgers in the nationals are the the red Sox or whoever else was cheating in twenty seventeen and eighteen while the Astros were doing so but we find out after the Astros players have been given immunity do they get immunity as well is it anybody that's caught cheating from this day forward or is any of it retroactive that's the problem I've got with why he has been handed down a suspension and I don't understand what he has to lose what does Major League Baseball rob Manfred have to lose by issuing a suspension the Astros players unless they're aware of other players across baseball being as guilty without the information to back it up we can continue to discuss this a lot of people checking in with opinions on the task tax line we're gonna wrap it up on the other side but I'm gonna hang out with you till ten o'clock this morning so we will get more into this keep it locked here on KNBR one of four five and six eighty the sports with the.

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"carl ravage" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Honeymoon. Experience rian you're you guys are free to draw for me while i am gone and just to have the blessed ability to not be nearest to god's scam. We'll be my honeymoon reward because this marriage in terms of the amount of garbage that i have to put up with not being near it on my honeymoon. I'll do whatever it it is. I have to do from afar gun picks me just allow him to do it. Feel the love today man. I love you too donlevatar. I feel terrible. Here's the thing with you. You don't actually feel terrible. I didn't feel thank it. No i don't really care. I know you announcing. I feel terrible as just your way to move onto the next thing you're gonna do stugatz. They're just words and words mean. Nothing don't mean nothing his words words nothing words or just transitions to your next lie. That's so right. They're not words. They are bridges to lies. This live at our show show with stugatz on e._s._p._n. Radio i believe that one of the sui categories for a long time and again the sewage our next week they are our annual awards show <hes> has been shocking revelation is shocking revelation one of the categories this year because chris cody his told me that carl ravage who looks like a disney cartoon prince or is that on more than reese davis not not my the band my bad because davis does look more like that than carl ravage does the carl ravage has made a shocking admission. What was shocking about it chris so they're they're doing the little league world series it was called ravage. David ross and kyle peterson and david rawson kyle peterson our big brooding former major league baseball players so they just come. They're different sprint from call ravage and they're talking about. One of these little kids twelve year old kid throwing a split finger and instead of using the pointer finger in the middle finger. He's using his ring finger and middle finger so it's which is a unique way to throw a splitter especially for a kid so there's just marveling at the kid's hand size and it leads to ravage making revelation. We saw earlier earlier normally if you can throw a split it's like this. It took an went volkan on it. I mean this is a huge fans but that's not easy to do man. You don't have twelve twelve year old hands. Oh i do. I could not split on that at all so carl. Ravitch was willing to go oh on national television and tell you that he has the hands of a twelve year old yes. I don't think that rises up to the level of shock doc. I wouldn't call that a shocking revelation. I think you're making a shot his hands sir. I didn't even know about his hands. I assumed call ravage had monster hands. Put it on the poll guillermo lebatardshow. Did you assume carl ravitch had monster hand you. Didn't i mean you're not shocked at an adult reveal that he has the hands of a twelve year olds i mean karl ravaged to be honest with you. I did not think of him as somebody with monster hands i think of the thick of the sean casey's of the world as having a monster hayes is something you you can't judge a book by its cover drew brees small dude. Everyone thinks of him as a small quarterback. We had him on earlier in the week during that doing that research. I learned he has huge hands. That's part of the reason why why he's such a good quarterback. Small dudes short not small but just shorter for that position hugh chance and i just always put call ravage in that category smaller dude huge hands..

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"carl ravage" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Friday, Vlad Guerrero junior making his debut with the Blue Jays. And it started to really spark the debate for BUSTER owning Carl ravage, including who the first family of baseball is you, and I have seen a lot of dads fathers and sons in baseball through the years. Have you ever seen a skill set? Then seems to more directly translate from the father to the son than what we're going to see with bladder Guerrero junior. No, if you think about some of the families, they don't they may all facially, look like each other. But body wise, they're not all the same. I think about the Boone family for sure, and you know, you have dinner with Bob, and you have dinner with Aaron at the same time and the resemblance in the faces striking but Bob Brenton Aaron all had different body shapes. Everything about glad Guerrero junior. Looks like a young Vlad Guerrero from his hair to his body to his swing. It's you know, he he looks like throwback baseball player likely to move to first base at some. Point because his range isn't great. But he's gotta match and. Yeah, I there's th there is no doubt whose kid. He is none. And I do think in other cases, you can run into the situation. You're like. Oh, okay. Yes. Same last name. I okay. That's the Sunday. I get it. But this one, it's understandable. Yeah. And you're talking about bladder grad junior doing his best skill is exactly what his father did which was square pitches with the fat part of the bad. No matter where they are thrown. And then diving them all over the place, you know, we'll have to wait and see as we talked to the podcast yesterday where he settles in his position. But his best position will be in the middle of that lineup. I don't have any doubt about it. I mean, you know, it's a really cool interview because he's been everywhere at every level. And now one at every level. He's a he's a terrific guy to have deal with kids who are coming up, and whether they're at the AA level AAA level or the major league level. He'll be able to. To have some degree of context on look. Okay. You're you're one for seven or your four for four. What whatever the results may be of the first game and the first week in the first month, he will be able to speak to the player in a way that not necessarily the other managers have just as far as experience like with we're bringing the prospect of double HR leahey's yours, and if he struggles I I need you to be therapist. And if he kills it. I need you to kind of bring him back down to earth a little bit. He's in a real good position to do that. And we did a blue Jay game with Charlie probably two weeks ago at Fenway. Then again, there's that soon as smirk like, you know, you think he's ready, and he, you know, he, of course, he's ready. He's been ready for two years. It's not longer. But he's in a really good position. And Charlie knows. He probably is best served in the team is in the number three hole. Oh, that's where Charlie likes to put his best sitter. And this guy's going to be the best hitter on the team. And I would say he already is the best on the team in your mind, Carl, and I'm going to ask you an absolutely impossible question. Who's the first family baseball? And you can you know, Hank? Tommy Aaron vary in Bobby bonds. You can go any direction you want. Right. I'll go I'll go with the level of success prominence, and and really length of time within baseball, and I'll I'll defer to the Boone family from Ray Brett, Bob Aaron. To me, given the impact they've had on the game as players as managers the positions. They played the guys met current manager or the Yankees, we all know what Bob did grandfather father, and then grandson. But to your point this is this is along the lines of the mount Rushmore of baseball, you there is no wrong answer. You know, you could use the bells you could use some of the names, you've mentioned you the brothers. You know, there is no right answer. But I I would go with the boons call ravage and BUSTER only on the baseball tonight podcast. Of course, Aaron Boone in his second year as Yankees manager his Yankees seven eight four lead on the giants in the bottom of the seventh inning gleyber Torres along with Jerry Sanchez each with home runs the Yankees trying to orchestrate their first ever sweep over the giants. John Berkeley with you in the studio we continue to work our way towards first pitch for minute maid park in Houston for the Indians. And the Astros up neck. On baseball tonight, presented by Wendy's. He's the most outspoken man in baseball. But is that a good thing? This is Sunday night baseball on ESPN.

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"carl ravage" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"And you've talked to them the thing that absolutely jumps out to me. Always is he has like for for the game of baseball where there's an, you know, far better than I do. There's so much failure. And there's a long season day to day today. It feels like he's got the perfect humility in his personality for the game of baseball. What do you think? Yeah. Well, you talk about even keel, and although it's something we hear a lot. You could get desensitized to it. It's the truth. You know? Yes, you wear motions. And you gotta be passionate. But you have a series of tomorrow. I mean, that's baseball. There's this a series of tomorrow. So you have to have that perspective. And sometimes when your career you talk about Beckham. It's it's the fact that you get that opportunity. Sometimes if you're not playing well, and all of a sudden, you lose that window. You're not as you know, you're not getting that chance to get out of a slump or you know, that's what happens often with aid. Because now there's a young guy that they can't afford it willing to let you sort of play through it. So even yell at you hit, you know, to ninety something or you know, high to nineties in the first half. It was great first off. But it wasn't what he was able to do in the second half. And so offer to be matters. And you get that opportunity when perspective of like, okay, you know, just working through this. And I have the visibility that I can play through it. I have the contracts out to play through it. And. Then you just sort of let your talent work, and and yell. It was a great example of that. Now, one of the neat things about opening day. Was the fact that he law Jimenez, a rookie who deserve to be in the big leagues within the White Sox lineup for Nando tattoos junior of the Padres. He was in the lineup. Chris paddock was on the Padres roster because they earned a spot. We talked earlier in the week with Carl ravage and his theory, and I agree with maybe some of the teams are -ticipant at change in the roles and are going to be more aggressive putting rookies on the roster rather than executing service, manipulation whatever the reason doesn't feel like this is where we need to be. Well, you know, I always say follow the money. Right..

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"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Earlier on the baseball tonight podcast. Are Carl ravage explains why. All night. Sportscenter allnight baseball tonight. I think there is there is this real rigidity theory that there are certain markets that work well with certain players. I really do believe that I think we've seen historically if you think about the Atlanta Braves when they were on their great run, some of the great players, they've got it just didn't fit with that culture with that style of play with Bobby Cox, for whatever reason great players who didn't sit there. I think that a Bryce Harper would benefit greatly from being in a climate in which baseball is the story in that city. And I think in the summertime in a place like Philadelphia when they're playing well that is the story in Philadelphia. And it's for eight months. It's fight of the fact that the that the eagles civilised Super Bowl and the Sixers. Looks like a really good team that say we saw during the two thousand especially in the latter part of that decade, Philadelphia's baseball there is nothing better and bigger in that city than the Philadelphia Phillies crooked his team. I just think that Harper. Having experienced Washington for all Washington brings us a baseball city is not this sort of blue collar get dirty go play baseball. That's all we wanna do wanna talk about lights LLC is. I think there's a couple of those. But I think that's why Harper I think that's what he really wants deep deep down. And that's where I get a little confused by well when the team shows they want him. We'll have a perfect match like that is the ideal match in my world, Bryce Harper. Also from spring training. Daddy, farquars returned to the pitching mound. Taking another step on Sunday going in what he called a positive direction the Yankees reliever. Facing live hitters during a simulated game. ESPN's Cawley Harvey with his wife and three children in the stands here at Steinbrenner field Sunday morning, Danny four-car made what he called a step in a positive direction that step. He told me was extraordinarily successful for the first time since suffering a brain hemorrhage while pitching for the White Sox last April he pitched alive batters office stadium mound. So why was that four better outing so extraordinarily successful? Because farquars said he wasn't thinking about anything other than striking out everybody he faced. He wasn't bothered with thoughts of the injury. He wasn't distracted by the custom-made protective helmet that he was wearing he said he felt like himself again, he said he felt normal. That's encouraging news from feel good story. That so many other Yankees say that they are inspired by base five. Two strikeouts. Walked one and had a week fly bald, right? That would have would have been caught had been in the field. Angels had a couple of split squad games Albert pool halls pair of singles Mike trout over two while batting leadoff. ESPN's? Pedro Gomez says let's not read too much into that. Mike trout made his spring debut Sunday in a split squad game against the reds batting leadoff. But before anyone starts to think that the angels may think about batting leadoff,.

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"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Bellinger talking about that L A bullpen, but let's not forget the rookie right hander Walker. Buehler. Buehler. Shot. Two two. What? Mixer night. Our Milic space facts he is the dodger as Walker. Bueller? The rookie going seven striking out seven yielding just two hits. He spoke on sportscenter with Carl ravage and David Ross seven innings to. It's no runs seven case from what you've done collegiately before that. This is the best that you've ever had before. Yeah. I mean, this has has the top the list, I think. Hopefully, it's not on top forever. But this one this one feels good for today. What year what a year makes last year you're out there watching it with your sister out there? You're starting game. Three at home. Pretty impressive. Crochet? Tommy, John surgery. I mean, the velocity went up a huge check. Are you a much different picture than you envisioned yourself being prior to that? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, you obviously go under the knife. You you don't know what's going to come out. But we've been pretty pretty pleased with what happened. And no, I'm still still learning about my body, and my arm and it's worked out. All right. So far. Did you look at the radar gun tonight because you came out some Chad? Was I. Got ninety seven ninety eight hundreds in their feel good. I am a peaker. Good. Lashley for those who don't know. What was it like to.

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"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Two teams met last year in the American League division series Astros won the series in four games Carl ravaged joining BUSTER only on the baseball tonight podcast a chat about the AL CS. I know that the Astros absolutely believe that they are deeper than they were last year when they want it all you think about the guys that that they have to put not on the roster in the division series out of their bullpen. Every one of them would have likely been on the roster for a team like the Red Sox when you sit Venzke down and all of a sudden Presley's on your team, and he doesn't give up a run. And it it lengthens that middle part of that bullpen which last year was tested because they didn't have a closure. You have Osuna now at the back end who has been fantastic for them as of late allows AJ Hinch to kind of do whatever he wants in the middle innings where he didn't have that luxury last year, you you had to recognize I don't have Giles at the back end. How are we going to get? To the back end. And then who's going to be the back end. Now, he knows I got a sooner back there. I got so many options in the middle of this bullpen. I'm comfortable the starters, you'd put up against any one of these great teams. You're talking about the offense you'd put up against any one of these great teams you're talking about. Hey, look, it's it's bizarre. But Alex bregman is becomes the best player on a great team. So if Alex bregman has the longevity of somebody like Derek Jeter down the road way down the road. Maybe he's at least in the same breath. Not on the same line is Jeter. And you know, these these evolutions of these players is one of the things that I think allows that. Conversation to be had go around. I mean, I I did this. You you tell me you go around and we like to do position by position with the exception of right field. Where are the Red Sox better than the Astros? Not at not at all. Not at shortstop certainly not at third base left field. Maybe centerfield. No right field, vets where else are the Red Sox better than the Oscars, and they one hundred and eight games Carl ravaging the baseball tonight podcast with BUSTER only Astros shortstop Carlos Correa missed an extended period of time during the regular season with a back issue said this week that the back continues to bother him Tim Kirch and ESPN MLB insider with marquess tissue of all the things that are going well for the Astros, obviously Carlos Correa has been a disappointment. He's dealt with injury. How concerned are you with the health the back specifically of Korea as we enter the series? Yeah. It's it's not right. Although the last Friday Saturday of the regular season I saw him hit an opposite field home run into the game. I was at in Baltimore. And he did the same thing in the playoffs. So maybe that's a good sign. But but history shows us when you're playing an active position like shortstop, and you're trying to hit with a back is bothering you. I'm not sure we're ever going to see this year the best of Carlos Correa. But even when he's not as. As best. He's pretty good. But certainly it's a concern because he's not the player. He was at this time last year. Did the Red Sox answer their bullpen questions for you? Not enough. I'm I thought from the beginning native all the would be the secret weapon for them. The guy who can come in. Anytime you want started relief and throw ninety seven miles an hour or the cutter at ninety four. Now, he's so good for them. They need him in that rotation. So I still think especially comparing the middle relief of the Red Sox to the middle of the relief of the Astros. The Red Sox still have some issues and we'll see how Alex Cora juggle seeing. He's really good at it. I know he thinks we don't have to worry about middle relief. We're going to hit our way through that. If you can isolate only one thing what's going to be the difference in this. Well, I think it's it's sale and price and we've already talked about price. If Chris sale is great if he's the Chris sale that we know, and he's strong and he's dominant. They can they can picture with anybody. But we're still not sure about Chris sale. Even though he had six and two third scoreless against the Yankees showed a lot of guts came into the ballpark said I'm pitching in relief tonight. We love all that about. They're still question. How healthy is he what is its velocity level of? He's Chris sale of old Red Sox certainly can win this series. Tim coaching with Marquez to share. And here's Chris sale on going up against fellow as just in Berlin. Yeah. I mean, I've I've always said he never really worried about the pitcher that I'm facing. I I'm not facing him. I don't have to hit off. We know who we're up against. No, he's he's obviously one of the best around them a really good in the postseason. So like, I said, you just strap it on the same way. And then go out there and fight to Liam Orlando earn two victories in the AL DS series against the Red Sox in 2017 game. One first pitch set for nine pm eastern tonight. The road to the World Series ESPN radio. All the postseason action. Presented by autozone. On ESPN radio. ESPN radio dot com and the ESPN app the Yankees off season off to a rocky start details next. It's yes radio..

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"carl ravage" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"In Boston two teams met last year in the American League division series Astros won the series in four games, Carl ravage joining BUSTER only on the baseball tonight podcast a chat about the AL CS. I know that the Astros, absolutely. I believe that they are deeper than they were last year when they want it all you think about the guys that that they have to put not on the roster the the division series out of their Bolton. Every one of them would have likely been on the roster for a team like the Red Sox when you sit down and all of a sudden Presley's on your team, and he doesn't give up a run and it lengthens that middle part of that bullpen which last year was tested because they didn't have the closer you have Osuna now at the back end who has been fantastic for them as of late it allows AJ Hinch to kind of do whatever he wants to middle innings where he didn't have that luxury last year, you you had to recognize I don't have Giles at the back end. How are we going to get to the back end? And then who's going to be back? And now he knows I got back there. I got so many options in the middle of this bullpen. I'm comfortable the starters, you'd put up against any one of these great teams. You're talking about the offense you'd put up against anyone. These great teams you're talking about. Hey, look, it's it's bizarre. But Alex bregman has become the best player on a great team. So if Alex bregman has longevity of somebody like Derek Jeter down the road way down the road. Maybe he's at least in the same breath, not on the same line jeeter. And you know, these these evolutions of these players is one of the things that I think allows that conversation to be had go around. I mean, I I did this you you tell me you go around and we like to do position by position with the exception of right field. Where are the Red Sox better than the Astros? Not at all. All not at shortstop certainly not at third base left field. Maybe centerfield. No right field. The Red Sox better than the Astros and one hundred and eight games Carl Ravitch and the baseball tonight podcast with BUSTER only Astros shortstop Carlos Correa missed an extended period of time during the regular season with a back as you said this week that the bag continues to bother him Tim Kirch and ESPN MLB insider with marquess of all the things that are going well for the Astros, obviously Carlos Correa has been a disappointment. He's dealt with injury. How concerned are you with the health the back specifically of Korea as we entered the series? Yeah. It's it's not right. Although the last Friday Saturday of the regular season I saw him hit an opposite field home run at a game. I was at in Baltimore. And he did the same thing in the playoffs. So maybe that's a good sign. But but history shows us when you're playing an active position like shortstop, and you're trying to hit with a back is bothering you. I'm not sure wherever we're going to see this year the best of Carlos Correa. But even when he's not at his best. He's pretty good. But certainly it's concern because he's not. The player. He was this time last year. Did the Red Sox answer their bullpen questions for you not enough? I thought from the beginning native all would be the secret weapon for them. The guy who can come in. Anytime you want started relief and throw ninety seven miles an hour or the cutter at ninety four. Now, he's so good for them. They need him in their rotation. So I still think especially comparing the middle relief of the Red Sox to the middle of the relief of the Astros. The Red Sox still have some issues and we'll see how Alex Cora juggle things. He's really good at it. I know he thinks we don't have to worry about middle relief. We're gonna hit our way through that. If you can isolate only one thing what's going to be the difference in this. Well, I think it's it's sale and price and we've already talked about price. If Chris sale is great if he's the Chris sale that we know, and he's strong and he's dominant. They can they can pitch with anybody. But we're still not sure about Chris sale. Even though he had six and two third scoreless against the Yankees. Showed a lot of God's came into the ballpark set on pitching in relief tonight. We love all that about him. They're still question. How healthy is the what is the velocity level? Chris sale of old. The Red Sox certainly can win this series. Tim coaching with Marquez to share. And here's Chris sale. I'm going up against fellow ace Justin Verlander. Yeah. I mean, I've I've.

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"carl ravage" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"We'll talk ESPN's Bill Barnwell on the shell Pennzoil performance line in about a half hour talking NFL training camp news, but let's turn our focus to baseball. And we were talking last night fits and I were about the Yankees terribles sweep at the hands of the Red Sox. And one of that really told us much about the Yankees or more about just how dominant the Red Sox are. And I said they needed to make while the sun shines in August when they have the easiest schedule of anyone in the league base in three teams on pace to lose one hundred games in a season, and they started out with a win last night over the White Sox and very healthy solid when Lance Lynn looking. Fantastic Friedel. The only downside was that Jean Carlos Stanton still managed. To strike out, and he was getting pitched to buy a position player. So that's problem. But I will say this much it was a guy who has pitching experience in his done well in the past when put into that situation. But when he time you could put up a stat without any context that just as you got struck out by d. h. it never looks good for the whipper. Stanton, you think is teammates by remind him of that a few times. Oh, man. To be bad, but I, yeah, I'm, I'm with you. I think they just need to get themselves, right, but the Red Sox are that great. They've been that great all year and that team is so dominant and after what they accomplished over the weekend, they should feel great about themselves. I mean, they should feel like there is nobody that can touch them in the league. Well, it may not be fair for the Yankees that the microscope is so firmly upon them. But that's what happens when you start off as strongly as they did and when you are the where the expectations are so high, maybe another team goes in and get swept by the Red Sox who look like world leaders right now. And we just say, it doesn't matter. It's the Red Sox. That's how good they are. Instead, we're dissecting whether this is the Yankees, slow and eventual demise. And Carl ravage was on with golick and wingo from ESPN baseball tonight. And the host talked about why Aaron Boone the new Yankees manager is under such a microscope. You got a magnifying glass when you're playing the Red Sox, and it's worse when you're the first year manager at their first year vanity doing really well and you stink. It's it's magnified ten thousand times. I like I'm stink is relative here. I mean, they, they're still in the lead for the wildcard spot and it was they stunk against the Red Sox. That's for sure, and against the Orioles in the game leading off to that five game slide. But it's all relative. And if you're comparing to the to the Red Sox, they're clearly outclassed, but I think free. We also just because it's the Yankees, have expectations that don't always fit where they are in their particular window. And right now they're still a little bit ahead of where we expect it for a team that was in a rebuild right? Everybody who's got that. That microscope goes out news, take a look at what's going on. So the key is Aaron Boone has been around the game his entire life. This is in his blood. He is not a dummy. He knew what that spotlight in the pressures that came. Managing in New York after playing in New York, what that entailed. So he came into this with his eyes wide open. He knows how he wants to handle the good times as we saw earlier in the air, and he knows how he's got to deal with the bad times, but he knew exactly what he was facing. It should never be a surprise that the Yankees are are under that microscope because they have been that that glamour team for for baseball for years and years and years. So I don't feel bad for Aaron Boone at all. He's still the manager of the keys, and this comes with the job..

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"carl ravage" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Diamond for pod center all night is buster only is joined by carl ravage with the subject philadelphia manager gabe kappler on the baseball tonight podcast sportscenter allnight baseball tonight with buster only get kappler booed in his first game in philadelphia coral small sample size or a sign of things to come you know i think a sign of things to come and it's it's funny that sound bite there and the sound bite post bullpen disaster choice disaster run guys out disaster which was you know i'm going to do a lot more digging on this i'm going to be more accountable in the end it's on me everything unfortunately for gabe sounds very regimented and forced and scripted and i think one of the things that make some of these other new managers first timers more appealing is there a human characteristics to acknowledge human to sort of expose yourself when when i hear gabe and i hope it's not just the way gade talks all the time but it sounds almost as if we're grill sergeant and i will do this i am accountable and i'm going to do the best i can that's all i can do there's not a there's not a softer side yet that we've seen from gay which i think would serve him well and to be in some ways i guess not necessarily apologetic even though you made some mistakes but to let everybody know that this this is my first rodeo year and i'm going to do whatever i can to fix it i made some mistakes and the tone i think is one of the ways that he's he could improve himself and he may i mean i think the point that needs to be made is he's new to this you know boone is new to this core is new to this calloway's new to this there's a bunch of guys that are new to this and you learn nuanced and all that stuff yeah time will tell nfl news panthers linebacker thomas davis suspended four games by the league testing positive for a banned substance the browns traded third quarterback in the off season kevin hogan to the redskins swap a six round picks in the do cleveland also traded sean green bay cody kessler to jacksonville nhl another big night for sid the kid and the two time defending champs off to them causing kessel.

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"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Rinse making a statement eleven hundred a michael bradley nice returned to that cleveland lineup the go ahead two run singleness i swing the back helping the indians when their home opener three two two over the royals to pitch hit hard sayer past a diving auto down the left field line cow far can tucker go he's headed two thirds it's picked up by par waved around third coming to the plate there's going to be a play and he is dan's back at third base again and the braves stretch the lead back to a couple of runs it's five to three six eighty the bad brandon mccarthy works sittings provided a two run double as well in the fifty lead the braves two eight three rout of the rocks in colorado who's twenty seven degrees in the rockies home opener began after a one hour delay caused by sleet and snow dodgers giants rained out in san fran let's keep it on the diamond for pod center all night as buster only is joined by carl ravage with the subject philadelphia manager gabe kappler on the baseball tonight podcast all night spun sportscenter allnight baseball tonight with buster only gabe kappler booed in his first game in philadelphia coral small sample size or a sign of things to come you know i think a sign of things to come and it's it's funny that sound bite there and the sound bite toast bullpen disaster choice disaster run guys out disaster which was you know i'm gonna do a lot more digging on this i'm going to be more accountable in the end it's on me everything unfortunately forgave sounds very regimented and forced scripted and i think one of the things that make some of these other new managers first timers more appealing is there human characteristics to acknowledge i'm human to sort of expose yourself when when i hear gabe and i hope it's not just the way gave talks all the time but it sounds almost as if where a grill sergeant and i will do this i am accountable and i'm going to do the best i can that's all i can do there's not a there's not a softer side yet that we've seen from gay which i think would serve him well and to be in some ways i guess not necessarily apologetic even though you made some mistakes but to let everybody know.

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"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Do you have a game that goes let's say fourteen or fifteen or whatever you know minimum you get one pitcher added to the roster for the next couple of days did you see that yeah i mean yeah i'm good with that to capitalist talking about thirty men rosters in general twentyfive extra that's a lot of guys to carry who don't get to play baseball most of the time you know what i mean but you want your first five guys who don't make the roster to be playing over almost every day in iowa don't you well not only that if you wanna keep you wanna see ticket prices skyrocket pay five more players or for whatever it is a minimum salary at some point it's just it's too much and you're right joe has trouble getting everybody in as is so and that's also part of the the beauty of baseball how do you manage through a game with twelve position players and thirteen pitchers or vice versa i love all that's part of the beauty of baseball and to you can't fix every problem right i mean they're a team is going to have an issue if they play seventeen innings if it was happening every night maybe we'd make some changes but it doesn't it happens once in a blue i don't think the and we talked to carl ravage about this last friday as well i don't think you're ever going to see the players association agree to shortening games because when you shorten games terms of the number of innings you're going to you're going to affect jobs because you're not going to have to carry as many relief pitchers if you're only playing setting it i don't see the players association jess evergreen to something that may even with a slight chance that would cause a roster to decrease in that therefore take jobs away from guys maybe but then again with that if the idea is to add a minor leager for two days that's two days of service time two days of a major league salary maybe there is a middle ground but in general the major league baseball players sociation doesn't give into anything that would reduce the.

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"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The baseball tonight podcast with carl ravaged joining buster only on the appointments of that i sportscenter allnight baseball tonight with buster owning it is a real thing for these players to check these boxes whether you're a home run hitter and getting your first homer whether your guy and taking a few it is really stunning how that is something for these guys that is important and stanton touched on it yesterday after he hit the home run sitting in the booth yesterday with edward oh and kim that was another so the subject that kept coming up rizzo got his first you know ian half home run got a decent performance from the bullpen check that ox off there that is something that i don't think i was completely aware of with regards to players and major league baseball and early season zik never would occur to me that giancarlo stanton is going to go one for twenty i assumed and he was always going to get hit a home run thing because of who he is he's always going to hit home runs but they really do emphasize the imports of checking that box off and breathing and i guess that's my point like so you really are kind of uptight whoever you are your mike trout giancarlos that your aren't until you get the first one until you get the first one i just never really thought of it as deeply as they made it feel like it impacts them so that was a big takeaway from day one for the guys that get check their boxes again the baseball tonight a podcast with carl ravage providing that insight with buster only need h l the tampa bay lightning regained first place now nhl eastern conference and atlantic division day after falling to second turns it over yanni gordon costs left circle high slot point open well it's a little bit run and gun the white you're getting rewarded wfl britain point scored twice including his thirtieth lightning win at madison square gordon seven three there now appoint better than the bees meantime the leafs get it done late site several get there down into the islanders neulander back to the goal for hyman to lander passing with three fifty to go big papi is back in toronto ten fifty austin matthews the tiebreaking go just under four minutes to go leave silver the aisles five to four clinch no.

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"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"All night spotlights the baseball tonight podcast with carl ravaged joining buster only on the importance of that i cetera all night on sportscenter allnight into baseball tonight with buster only it is a real thing for these players to check these boxes whether you're a home run hitter and getting your first homer whether you're in on base guy and taking a few walks it is really stunning how that is something for these guys that is important and stanton touched on it yesterday after he the homerun sitting in the booth yesterday with edward oh and ten that was another subject that kept coming up rizzo got his first you know ian half homerun cubs got a decent performance from the bullpen check that off their there that is something that i don't think i was completely aware of with regards to players and major league baseball and early season it never would occur to me that giancarlo stanton is going to go one for twenty i assumed that he was always going to get hits the whole run thing because of who he is he's always going to hit home runs but they really do emphasize the import of checking that box off and breathing and i guess that's my point like so you really you're kind of uptight whoever you are your mike trout or carlos that you're aren't until you get the first one despotism until you get the first one i just never really thought of it as deeply as they made it feel like it impacts them so that was a big takeaway from day one for the guys that didn't check their box again the baseball tonight podcast with carl ravage providing that insight with buster only need h l the tampa bay lightning regained first place in the nhl eastern conference and atlantic division a day after falling to second turns it over yanni gordon three quarter circle high slot well it's a little bit ruining gun the white you're getting rewarded wfl a breaking point scored twice including thirty at lightning win at madison square gordon seven three there now a point better than the bees meantime the leafs get it done late site several get there down into the islanders home neulander back to the goal for hyman lander passing in front of the net they start.

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"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Because of who he is he's always going to hit home runs but they really do emphasize the import of checking that box off and breathing and i guess that's my point like so you really are kind of uptight whoever you are your mike trout or giancarlos to your aren't until you get the first one jesper this until you get the first one i just never really thought of it as deeply as they made it feel like it impacts them so that was a big takeaway from day one for the guys that did check their box again the baseball tonight a podcast with carl ravage providing that insight with buster only need h l the tampa bay lightning regained first place now nhl eastern conference and atlantic division a day after falling to second turns it over yanni gordon three quarter left circle high slot for the widening well it's a little bit run and gun the white hair getting rewarded wfl a breaking point scored twice including his thirtieth lightning win at madison square gordon seven three there now appoint better than the bees meantime the leafs get it done late sites we'll get there down into the islanders home neulander back to the goal for hyman disneyland or passing it with three fifty big papi back in toronto ten fifty austin matthews tiebreaking go just under four minutes to go leave silver the aisles five to four clinch no worse than third in the atlantic division more on the dramatic irish yukon semifinal brown passes mike while the sixers.

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"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The door and a will hook you up and then for everybody how 'bout this katie were given away a chicago baseball experience you in three friends will get you go on the same day to one game on the north side one game on the south side in the same day so those are four tickets each to each game it's a package worth nine hundred hours it for the game on the games on april eleven that's the prize that were given away courtesy of sprint be there with us bob city inro's bond here at home that attacks your friends and say hey i just heard about this great promotion waddell in silvio doing pubs inro's bonn we'll see you there on thursday for day one of the terni and just for the record we will not pay your bill if you are running on the field during the second game being out all day we are not responsible at espn one thousand for bill and you out of jail nor should you steal an ambulance gd is here we'll talk some baseball with carl ravage coming up next cubs sox mlb and is the trash talking starting between the cubs in another team get to that next and he has p and one thousand coming up on dorgan wind go monday we'll talk about all the things that happen in sports over the weekend i don't know what they are yet because they have an happened on doing this on friday i'm not a mental as other people are growing your monday live at five on espn one thousand this is the pepsi that you father drank and you're grandfathered drink when i was younger age we this.

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"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"carl ravage" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Day after they finalize the acquisition of giancarlo statin for miami owner how start brunner would really like to get under the one hundred ninety seven million dollar tax threshold espn insider buster only with our carl ravage what did ryan cashman in the ac is a cop with today oscar the genesis this deal was the padres interest in brian mitchell he's out of options in the yankees knew that they're holding him on the roster next year is going to be difficult but the padres had interest in mca the yankees message to the padres was okay you can add brian mitchell but the cost of that is you have to take chase headley and the thirteen million dollar deal so in effect the padres basically bought ryan mitchell for thirteen million but now the yankees have even more payroll flexibilities they talk about moves now perhaps adding it infielder like a todd frazier or one they at this pitcher from another team which we expect to have at the happen at some point so what are the yankee feelings about frazier what he did for them last year what he can do for them next year if they bring him back carl they loved him around the team and clearly he was someone who was very positive in the clubhouse he of course group in new jersey he loved the experience with the yankees the one thing the yankees don't know yet because they haven't got deep into conversations with him yet because they've been talking about autonomy and imagine carlos dan what is todd frazier going to be looking for in a contract either way after today's trade involving chase sadly there in a better position to bid on them than they were at the beginning of the day so the active would've loved to see in the marlins take els berries contract when they got stand that didn't happen now they were able to get rid of headley's so that they could get mitchell in.

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