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"chabba" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design
"Outlet celebrating other people. I'm sort of tying this back into ebony in a way because. Like I said I grew up on that magazine grew up on jet magazine I? Think a lot of black Americans grew up with that magazine in their orbit and while I remember reading it as a kid I certainly don't remember like synthesizing I think most of the information that was in it like it's a lot of stuff that I don't. Really get now until I'm an adult that I can look back on it and think, wow, ebony was was it like yes ebony was a magazine from Johnson Publishing Company, but Johnson Publishing Company also put out books that they sold in their magazine Johnson publishing also owns a beauty company that put out hair care for men hair care for women that. Advertise in the magazine. So like not only are they selling you this representation of blackness but now you can also go and buy it like you can be a part of it by you know buying a do care kit or or a relax from ravine or something like that, and there was so interesting how ebony just kind of had their hand in. Every pot about driving forward the sort of positive aspirational model of blackness. You know really during a time when I think of course, we're still fighting for civil rights and just fighting for equal representation. They really were at the forefront of that sometime in in high school I, remember doing a book report on John Johnson's biography succeeding against the odds. I think being able to see how much one person was able to really dry forward this conversation about representation and about even just like the stories of what other black people are doing out there in a way has found its into my work through the black weblog awards is certainly the revision path. So there ten years, ten year interval between those two things two, thousand and three. You start the black weblog awards, ten years. Later you start revision path, which is a story in itself. Important work he's done for I think four hundred episodes. Could you frame it for our listeners who don't know what revision path is? Sure. So revision path is a weekly showcase of the world's best. Black Graphic designers, web designers, and web developers. Really. It's really kind of say digital creatives in general because we certainly had more people that are kind of outside of those three particular roles. and. We just do end up conversations about the work that they're doing. We talk about their story how they got to where they are now. And depending on whom the guest is, there may be other things that we try to dive into. For example we had. An expert from expert that's living in Amsterdam. This was I don't know maybe around two, thousand sixteen or so right as trump got elected and we had like this great conversation around. What's it like being a black ex pats over there and do you. Have a feeling of wanting to come back to the states and like just how are you feeling in general? Even. During pandemic, we've been every person that I've interviewed I sort of touched on in some kind of way like. I just a gut check. Mike how are you feeling like where you at? So it's really more about putting forth these people's individual stories. I really try to take myself out of it as much as possible even though I'm the host i. kind of just feel like I'm more of the. Conduit for like uplift what other people are doing because I feel like you know in design media that's important. I think if you go into most bookstores and are probably looking for design books, design magazines, you just don't see a lot of people of color and you definitely don't see a lot of black people and granted. PODCAST is not a book podcast is not a magazine, but this is certainly where people's attention is that right now in terms of media and so revision path is able to be this kind of weekly. Digest of you kind of getting a sense of who this person is why are they important and how you can really follow them and learn more about them I think it can be very easy to kind of fall into the pattern of saying what you do for your job is just to work. which it is, but also based on what it is that you do where you are in your career who you are as a person and the the trials and tribulations that you've had to go through to get where you are like that's a story. That's a story that you know wants to hear that someone out there can empathize with now it sure is and I I was telling Jessica before. We got on with you that I had spent some time pouring over the archives and then I found myself drawn by memory to your work around black. Panther. And it was so much fun to be a and to listen to you be a fan behind the scenes and you teach us about these creative people who made this world for us and I was wondering if you could help put into perspective. Why Mc Bozeman, and his amazing colleagues in the entire ecosystem mattered so much and what they've done for representation in the creative and design fields. That's a heavy question. I really think you know with with Chadwick you know rest in peace to him and of course, condolences to his friends and family and people that he's worked with. His representation of Black Panther I think was just something bigger than a role in a movie if anyone can think back to that time. I say from twenty, seventeen, two, thousand, eighteen when the movie was announced and. The fervor around that movie and that role. I've never seen anything like that. It was so much more than just oh, he's just as actor in a marvel movie I mean he's playing this iconic superhero. The black. Panther of course has that association with the actual Black Panther Party, the political movement here in the United States and then for Chabba too I think come from an HVAC. You have also played all of these other real life black. Heroes Thurgood. Marshall, Jackie. Robinson. James Brown. It's something that I think in hindsight we're finally seeing just how much he was able to shoulder through representation and be able to kind of take on all those larger than life roles. It's I don't know. It's so hard to kind of wrap my head around just how. Huge that is he. He. Brought Marvel. I mean, well, one to the company he brought marvel just so much. Energy and diversity an interest from people but he really really really united people through that role and was still like moving forward to do more things. I know he has a project coming out soon I think it's Ma Rainey's black bottom, which is one of the players from August Wilson Century Cycle. At. That's that's a whole other kind of representation of blackness I granted. It's fictional, but it's still something that is steeped in this. American black ethos.
"chabba" Discussed on Marketing School
"Our mutual friends over at drift coins us new word conversational marketing, and I think that's actually thing. Now, they actually put a you could actually there's a job description for conversational marketers, which is someone that's just handling the chats on your site like intercom, for example, or chat bots like Facebook. So basically this person will. Be responsible for manning that let's forget about the fact that we're just talking about the secret Instagram weapon. This whole conversational thing. Whether it's through Facebook Instagram, or even on your website, if you do it while using drift or income, you're going to drive a better experience versus just trying to have someone, you know, half ass and put together a basic sequence that nobody really cares for so conversational marketing, Google check, it out drift has written some good content around it. So speaking of chats, you have a child on you've had it for a year now, plus what percentage of your revenue or lease our customers? Whatever you wanna call it from our from your chapel, there's one okay? Let's see it's not big. It's. MIT even be like two percent. It has to be more than two percent. Because you don't have like fifty clients know what I'm saying is that we don't have more than fifty clients. The reason. The reason. Fifty clients. But what I'm saying is we literally I think we only got one from it. We did get a couple of other opportunities. But yeah. Until recently, we we haven't really ramped up our conversational, which we've improved a lot and Nick Stephe mutual friend of a ton. Yeah. I believe it's one third of the revenue comes from the child. Young third chat. One third phone number one form field. I think that's split. Roughly like that. It's roughly that now with the Chabba question for you is then you know, and I know this was about Instagram, but it's the same thing if you guys used chat bots on your website, and scrim doesn't really matter. If you're not generating revenue from the chat bot, why continue use it. So what we do is what happens with the large majority of the chats is they actually we drive them to another piece of content or we drive into a webinar. We just drive him into our list. So a lot of them. Oftentimes, when they're when they're raising their hand oftentimes aren't qualified to work with us because you have standards we have standards to vast majority, aren't but. So, but why keep still using them because if you're driving if you're collecting emails from people who aren't qualified because it doesn't cost me any money to have it there. That's true. And you can always sell them other products. And you know, I'm just as an Eric these questions at a curiosity. We've tested out chat bots on our website. We found that a works is just what the agency or for your software age either one we've found that. It's just too much work to man. The chat software works better to speak to our software like the large crypto exchanges, or you know, pretty substantial sized companies. Like, there's a large sports company that reached out. So I think it depends. Because if you're like next eve, it's like, oh, I understand like this is a product. Or if it's like software. They'll reach out what we've found is the reason as hard for Eric. And as agency is our ticket is too expensive. We're not trying to say that in a bad way is just as you go up market, the majority of your visitors aren't qualified. So then you're going to have people just manning chat. And that's what we found in which we way too. Traffic for how much work it takes a man to chat..
"chabba" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"Usa channel they all feel that these sports there's a big big mitch out their fans that crosses over to the mainstream so if you're one of those type of guys that you know you know ufc bon pain is dead and wwe's not real this kinda tell tales that guy that hey though it's real and it's detaching assigned fail reference got nice do you i know you're not the biggest pro wrestling fan but obviously you have a sense of espn's major major commitment now to the ufc very clearly one of the reasons they're doing this is they want the younger male demographic and they think they want to try to maybe win back some fans that may have left them over the last couple of years every night w census pretty much watching suburban commando with hulk hogan is that is a dated reference chabba well done yeah the old act the doc in a couple of times that my parents would yeah i think there's a lot of curiosity around how much usc ultimately going to get and just to see that number is staggering as it was tells you all you really need to know about the appeal of this demographically to what he can still trying to trying to reach trying to acquire the younger viewers or so lucid for the sports networks national sports networks and i think they also feel some overlap there between maybe what they walked last year with nfl your ship but what they what they fear losing nfl shipping what they make game so it's it's pretty pretty fascinating to see one of these rights to the degree that they have but i wouldn't consider surprises fit for the you'll see been terming the flavor while rob i in terms of the wb deal which is really interesting about the bus give.
"chabba" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To find out what exactly what makes she tick bradley chabba exactly what motivates yarden key exactly what are you about herald landry because it's a sizeable investment yeah now i'm shirts turned baulky in the manner personnel staff did the exact same thing in 2011 but you really have to look closely not just that what kind of player you have on what they do as far as the band shen you know they're forty and all that but what kind of personal they and what's going to happen when they get a lot of money and a lot of fun it's life in the lane how will they be able to handle it and you got to find out you gotta you'll do your best to find out what motivates the the young man what what you know what's gonna how he's going to react when he gets a lot of money because a lot of these guys don't have a lot of money and all sudden they can a lot of money and it's real in everybody come an atom with business ideas and this and that and it truly is life in the fast lane how they act up swai lurks that got on this thing guys who mary their high school sweethearts i keep click it near buster posey's mary his high school sweetheart cc sabathia married his high school sweetheart in vallejo it just kinda and they've got the kobe bryant and it goes to kofi prakit he married uh vanessa she was seventeen she had to drop out of high school because of all the attention when he would show up to pick her up the whole school would stop he was 21 and starting to star with the lakers and then it says his parents opposed the marriage but uh is parents sitter hope i know his parents they didn't attend the wedding they thought you know she was too young and even preview of yeah but but the forty parties but her parents loved immediately sure i don't know ed change your whole life nkobi right and how that go for them right now granted they're still together but i mean that of the whole eagle colorado the whole i'm out laughing this but i remember infidelity the a great quotes from the when he to kudha when they were going through that the.
"chabba" Discussed on No Huddle
"To me even though he's come out of college he hasn't put in the working in a thorough a guy he reminds me of his levy on bill he doesn't have livio's rot wanting ability just yet but he's dynamic you could kinda put him you know looking for as to being a guy that maybe can match levy on liberal production on the field is always we appreciate we say goodbye looks wrap it up with a hardhitting question nick ferguson at the movies cordell was raving about black panther last friday your thoughts well you know i would consider it it it's fascinating and there's a reason why it's the number one a movie in the world right now i love what they've done with whom the with the cats in the story line is something that we can all go to the movies in actually appreciate it so they did a great job with the movie and i'm a happy and proud of uh a chabba boesman and his uh uh put trail of uh two cia so that was awesome you're you're not events that were definitely waved drop likely likelihood look away mick ferguson the jersey dropped the my idea has it i'm going to be honest with you win having a chance to watch captain america's civil war i went back and watched it again just to follow up on how the actually in this amazing how these directors man do a phenomenal job especially when it comes to sequels and trying to draw connection from thorne have in his own movie to even put me with the adventures of vice versa how they have a way of already known for sure or the movies are really being made.
"chabba" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The name of superbowl mvp you'll live on forever it's pretty not dan's ieremia talking football would aim to giants too i mean i you know you're a lot of different things i gotta believe the taken a quarterback right usually bite i don't know i think it smart thing to do here though you know if it was anybody else akim in there um and then dave gettleman i think i would i would just be like look they're kicking a quarterback they're they're rarely this high you gotta older quarterback who's been gummy average for awhile now you you have to go with the organisation decipher the next guy but there's something about the nostalgia there of gettleman haven't been there with you lie when they've won big in and you sit there i could see them just talk and yourself into it and saying hey we get those dealt back healthy we throw stay one barkley in here with lebanese graham and man we could have you know we have the best offense in the league next year i could see them talking themselves into that that's why i a little bit i sure which which direction they end up going barkley who could be there a toomey ever to other brands could take a number one overall nor quarterback at four but if he's there how much of a difference in your mind your expert opinion is there between say kwan and the next few running backs whether rates ronald jones or sony michelle or nick chabba whomever is there a huge difference in your mind from barkley to everybody else i think period and i i really like over the player and i'm not going to be great and this is one of the dangerous thing because you can quit this off and you can throw it back at me next year when those guys rush 1300 yard because i do think obviously some of it dependent on where you go you look at hyde girlie with andrew whitworth this year and without him the year before you know you're going to the result i do think they kwan barclays is the most talented an just man i think you throw hit then you throwing them with that'd be pretty tempting because many talk about taking pressure off with each quarterback nothing i'll do it more than having a guy like.
"chabba" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Out to be worse made the airline is correct who's gonna diagnosed her for her to contact the crew saint she's not feeling well and then them say look we can't get stuck with flight why don't you go get yourself checked out and make a later flight now i mean at the promises ways for that but that's i you know i don't know maybe the airlines right about that it also any of you are not feeling well and the flight at at best is going to be a seven hour flight you might want to rethink getting on that plane and maybe her cramps really weren't period cramps maybe they could have been something else you really want an appendicitis case or somebody having of the major go on right in the middle of a flight that as the divert so uh i don't know maybe the plane has a you know maybe the airline now is right on this one now we're also told this seems to happen all too often a pilot to make an emergency landing because a fight broke out now why did this fight broke out because of passenger what's up forty two dutchmen sitting next to a flatulent passenger reportedly asked me to stop but he refused and continue to break wit according to the transavia airlines flight from dubai to amsterdam the budget airline crew allegedly did not help the passengers after their complaints lead until fight between the man sweat wonderful the pilot the altakriti continued in plane to be diverted to vienna airport where it made an emergency landing police boarded the plane was later moved to within until then that the pilot reported as passengers of the riddick the women who were sisters or move for the flight are now taking the air lights court claiming that they weren't even evolved to the altercation nor a lie chabba 25 or law students said that that the removal was humiliated we had no idea who these boys were we just had the bad luck to be the same broward we didn't do anything all i will say that the crew were really provocative and stirred things up all four passengers have been released police custody without being charged however helping dan fine transavia airlines this see the crew lesson cure a safe flight with has just those risks these what about the forms her.
"chabba" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The bulldog's forced five straight empty possessions now i know that's not were they won the game but he was huge to be able to limit the sooner took 29 total yards in the third quarter after giving up wait for it wait for it three hundred sixty yards in the first half nerd a alert you know that alabama and clemson barely combined for three hundred sixty yards total in the sugar ball i've being a little bit facetious they were over four hundred yards but clemson didn't have a three hundred yards in the entire game against the alabama all you went for three hundred in sixty yards in the first half but only twenty nine in the third quarter and that was massive there are certainly was a mistake or to by baker including interception on him to overthrow that led to a georgia score but oklahoma eight third as i talk about with that follow return for the touchdown the sooner is were still up forty five thirty eight inside of the final four minutes and we got to see the steadiness of the true freshman jake from we got to see again the the run game the creativity of michelle and chabba men they were fantastic in this game when they were given the opportunities and then we got over time it reminded me of the super bowl first time in rose bowl history and i hate college were ball over time that the thing so it didn't surprise me but as they got into overtime the game plan for oklahoma seemed to change on offense that seems a relatively normal reaction to me now i know lincoln riley as the first year head coach of the sooner is is receiving a ton of criticism right now trying to defend the way the he called the game in overtime but think about it over time doesn't look like a real game it doesn't if you make one mistake if the a turnover all of a sudden you're crushed or in the case of oklahoma what happened they had a field goal blocked and then boom came was over just like that next play and so i certainly understand why lincoln riley got more conservative because i kinda feel like the same way that my still make but my stomach muscles world tents that nodded up the same way that my heart rate was increasing the same way that.
"chabba" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And some of them at some of those other important provisions right but we know on repatriation the house in saint were slightly different in the race that they proposed the senate called for fourteen point five percent and seven point five percent the house called for just fourteen and seven percent um so we don't know exactly where lawmakers are lining up on that but the one thing we do know is that the international suffers definitely the most complicated it's the most technical and it seems as though that's um the the provisions that lawmakers have sat down and tried to engage with multinational corporations the most on but where they settled and how quickly they can you know really confirm and try to get those provisions in place that remains to be seen so i think we'll be seeing more and perhaps even a delay a on some of the international tax rolls house ways and means chairman kevin brady seemed to signal that that you know he understand some of this stuff is so technical and will take time to implement so maybe there could be a delay not much time to get this done though as we await president trump's final pitchers he's put it on this attacks overhaul buildouts coming up in just a little more than an hour alexis leon this get back to the tax team straight ahead on bouvard politics policy power in law we're counting down to the feds final policy meeting of the year first let's check the latest world the national headlines with then see lines in the bloomberg 991 newsroom thanks nathan deputy attorney general rod rosenstein has been assuring the house judiciary committee today that he is on top of the robert muller investigation of russia's election interference and he's doing what he's supposed to do bloomberg serve chapman has more on today as testimony to complaints of antitrump by asked rosenstein said the department of justice there's not improperly consider political affiliation with regard to career employees we recognize we have employees who political opinions as our responsibility to make sure those opinions do not influence their actions republican steve chabba wasn't buying them your team overwhelmingly ought to be you're tired with prime with hillary teeshirts certainly not with let's make america great again rosenstein noted that an inspector general is reviewing the investigation of the clinton emails in washington erv chapman bloomberg radio.
"chabba" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"What he wanted to go with the first quarter aboard seven georgia nothing ride rafi jarrett rakkli with your there's the third member of our table at the orlin down the sidelines isleta hey guys neck chavan sony michelle they cohen thunder and lightning now sony needs ninety seven yards to get to one thousand for the second time of his career and if that happens it's the first time georgia has ever had to one thousand yard rushers in the same season just incredible if he can get it ever knows by now that these two our best friends there roommates they've been through a lot together when they first got to athens in preseason camp their freshman year todd girlie in chief marshall were the stars and sony says that him in nick chabba both very down on their situation and at one point we both stop wanting to play football as a direct grow well then of course they had to compete against each other for carries and her besmirch told me yesterday what started as a really good rivalry ended up being one of the best friendships and college football sony challenge the team this week two masked intensity but i tell you what watching them during the first heart of this game they seem so lose so calm so comfortable you would never know that they're fighting to make history as the first order team and appellate for bob way the weather events were about to those guys with him for some redemption they were really bottled up in that first game against the auburn georgia russ for just six yards in that contest they average over to six apply the game at his tops of the sec and ninth in the country george on first not attempt at its own 38 as to receivers right one damn the left which tells the tale back will take a toss of rob outside puddle of all headed toward the saw it's out of bounds arnold basaltic his eyes arbiter what looked like a good pitch man he just lost it at walnut about a veneer sidelined near the longest vantage it'll be no gain if it will bring a second out of zen gathered.
"chabba" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast
"Card to office to restaurant everything no matter where you are you'll have your bought with you and he is this is far from reality no i love it part of what we're looking at will my botkin i have i bought wearing pyjamas i'm just i'm really it's very important you kid i tell you what doug how we do it right now we could make a body of eu talking to your client out of the worst thing my funk and fans the true echoing and we'll put a bit pajamas of yuan hardcore fans of an ice guys on business podcast know that they only want one of me he can't possibly deal have the deal with a second want to be so uh if if somebody in our community wanted to get some more information about about the stuff that you do doing where would they go to find it you just go to a there's some for everybody it's chat bots nation so as chabba nation dot c o not dot com chaoba nation that co you come to lome page doug been there if you just it says start amirkhanov your little robot right click on that by my leno see about our demos i like that little yeah the little chases a chases up there chases a every ito these bought say have person elyse right so he's kind of like this childlike guy kinda like luigi he's goes you know like a shadow in the room is almost like yeah he's yep yeah i gotta flies around here but if you go over there to chabba nation that co you click start here if you guys are you know if you more like solo entrepreneurs are just starting we have a do yourself course if you wanna learn how to build chop outs on your own now they will be fully interactive animated characters like that that's more of a customize experience if you want us to work with you you can scroll down to the bottom of the page we have a a you can do a free discovery session with us and i will talk about your business and see if that's right and i'm pretty sure the chased his flip me the bird i mean what's going on.
"chabba" Discussed on The Watch
"Third one it's ten points higher yeah which i think is may be you know maybe that's a case of critics kind of getting into the swing of sea or coming to grips of the fact that he was aren't going anywhere and my like how denial eating it is not going to help yell yeah urges like knowing that this is the state of movie yet and so that the root of sort of standards have been whole that's how why did they pull in the first place rate is because this is just become like the do this is like pop culture now yet these are movies and like i think i i say in the intro of this piece is that you look at the top ten of this year more than half of the movies are superior movies and next year there's black panther there's infinity laura of all and and you are goal was docked entry into exactly it's not gonna stop yet and the movies armystyle making money and italy's for the near future were gonna keep needing to go see them do you think that we are ever going to see any kind of i mean it's it it's easy to just say like older before tea will there be fatigue but do you think that maybe an infinity war or after anthony where the end of the evans yet were worthwhile alan sunshine racean i mean down for sure can keep doing this morning talking about not doing and they would have to they would probably wanna set it up so that like tom holland and chabba boesman and uh you know um brie larsen and benefit cumberbatch cut cut take it over to you make these movies with out store without caps on american without ironman or three question brings i've really been thinking about this a lot like.
"chabba" Discussed on WJR 760
"Traffic weather first on the five cbs lena segment at three fifteen how we do not so good kyw it is not a minute drive home into the weekend new report coming in right now out on eastbound 696 coolidge left centre lane blocked due to a crash eastbound davison at oakland collision being reported affecting the left selda an oil spill still blocking two lanes at on southbound seventy five at four 75 and genesee county causing stopandgo traffic major delays out on westbound ninety six at grand river all the lanes remain blat blocked i should say chabba continues to just get by on the right shoulder and us 24 this is northbound on telegraph at sigler has the right lane blocked due to a fenderbender i am lena segment wjr traffic first on the fives the wjr weather center will filling a lot more like october late this week than how we started the work week it's a in the upper 60s this afternoon just slightly above average fifty six tonight with a stray shower trey thundershowers tomorrow high of 72 another front comes in early next week coolidge down from weather channel i'm scott lawrimore loose talk seven sixty wjr's well our allies oh by the way we've gotta she's 68 degrees sixty nine degrees out there right now under cloudy skies this he's the guy gordon show on news talk seven sixty wjr iran is not living up to this spirit of the deal we will place additional sanctions on the regime to block the financing as terror iii who you will address the regimes the liberation of missiles and weapons that threaten its neighbors global trade and freedom of navigation so basically he's going to six treasury on them in as you heard from jim phillips our guest is a few minutes ago that could be highly effective that not unlike what we do against drug dealers and other rogue regimes uh he's going to say to treasury look if you can make the connection between the islamic revolutionary guard and their support of terrorism you go ahead against those financial institutions and you lower the boom and as you heard from jim he feels that may be the real hammer in the deal one eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven taking your calls also are our.
"chabba" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin
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"chabba" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Anything's possible when you get to the post season and served in the social tremendous belief in your farm system right yeah you believe that okay we we gave up the peace well we believe that we can scout a we can get some more to create that death and continue to develop lairs in our farms as them yeah we would like to have these players here but nobody's replaceable irreplaceable a cancer and so nice job past couple of years of rebuilding their farm system the deals they made last year of andrew miller and are all this chabba in bringing the likes of libor tours and andrew miller what they say two thousand fourteen in international signings and what they've done in the mlb draft has led them to in a year bar where you did not expect this yankee team to really fully young supposed to be yong developing by building george two thousand eighteen now it's south high suggests la here we talk your your heart i recoba noted that the difference between the jets and the yankees down as you believe that you also believe that yield upper management knows what they're doing you've seen and they have a body of work right now we're trying to figure out what mccain and can do longterm he's in a new role as well tabloids is new we have seen it but if they can pull it off in a couple of years in maybe we can put them in as well as what does it do for an athlete when you're when you're all in when it went up when a team it makes the moves i know it's a different sport i get it but to reflect leadership yeah when when you find out when you when you see your when it when bright catchment goes out makes the deal for sunny gray when he makes the trade with the chicago white sox the straight than the bullpen add todd frazier as well to try and rectify the first space scenario move it heavily over there what.
"chabba" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Happens in radio for the microphones are off it's only twenty sports time is five o two things have been rougher the yankees of late but this one might have the worst of all basesloaded to out bottom of the ninth pitch hit on the ground look what around scores here comes a second round the home is not an john game over white sox jose abreu in the shortstop home two runs scored and the white sox win the game before making at eleven losses in fourteen games for the yankees john stroh in the call right here on the ban role does chabba was not available for this one or two working each less today's della batanes is also working on his third straight day unable to nail down the save laws for sharks enough from behind to every hitter muscle from won the pushed one on that from yes erin judge rbi single in the eighth followed by tworun double for gary sanchez tyler clipper was a bright spotty preserved a one run lead in the eighth getting out of a basesloaded jam this after lewis severino was broken seven and he's a one run bald no walks while striking at a careerhigh twelve here to really is really good fastball and in ashley heaters change of safeguarding mixed in the world so again seven these views of the one ron and hope that when you get three gets and be hits for judging senators can be none of joe girardi on yes before the game starling castro was placed on the deal grade 1 hamstringstrain seems to think it's not there at series could be back in the minimum ten days we well matt holliday still could go blood workers clean but it's still battling fatigue he could be a deal candidate if things don't turn around quickly game three of the series tonight masahiro tanaka beyond the man in the pregame begins at seven thirty marlon snapped the mets threegame win streak 63 ichiro suzuki the goahead rbi single in the seventh christian yellow justin bore they each knocked out a pair of robert zalman left in the fourth after he strained his hamstring trying to beat out of slow roller over closer and you know uh my followers does and now i want to stay out there and and competing you know and no give its give a chance to give.
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