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Samsung's Galaxy Buds Live are clear winners with a unique design, strong sound and long battery life

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02:13 min | 3 months ago

Samsung's Galaxy Buds Live are clear winners with a unique design, strong sound and long battery life

"Lose Samsung unpacked event was just yesterday but if you believe Chris Welsh over at the verge The surprise breakout announcement from yesterday was for something that a lot of us kind of ridiculed those galaxy buds live. Those things that look like actual beans that you put in your ear. Well. Welsh says maybe they're cool beans an unconventional design for God's might actually turn out to be a winner quoting from his review. The one, hundred, sixty, nine, dollars, ninety, nine, Cent Buds live have a style all their own and they're super reflective in the bronze color which can look more rose gold and some lighting but I generally liked the look and the fact that Samsung is experimenting. You've never worn ear buds quite like these, which means putting them in the first few times feels a bit foreign and. You might think it turns out they slot into the culture of my ears quite naturally the bean design works and are both comfortable and stable once they're there are no silicone tips, the speaker points directly into your ear canal. The Buds live have silicone stabilisers near the top, and there's a slightly larger set included in the box if those buds better sit in your ears contours. The tap controls work just like those on the galaxy buds plus single tap to pause double the skip three to go back and you can customize what along press does the Galaxy Buds live carrying case which has a USB port and wireless charging support is wonderfully compact though the ear buds will definitely go flying out if you drop it since they don't have a very deep cradle with three total beam forming Mike's to on the exterior and one inside the galaxy. Buds live have performed just fine during my zoom meetings and Voice Calls Samsung. says. They also have a voice pickup unit in the hardware for improved speech detection you can use either. But independently while the other is charging in the case taken as a whole package, the Gazi Buds live, exceed what I came in expecting based on the leaks and the uncertainty I had about what the bean shaped would mean for comfort and sound quality neither wound up being a concern after actually using them. If you're okay living with a healthy dose of outside sound while listening to the Galaxy Buds live, there's a lot to like and quote.

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"chris welch" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:01 min | 4 months ago

"chris welch" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"We know that one company has already responded. Saying, Hey, wait a minute after we reported that we did change our board, Can you please Prince of accurate information, and I do think public shaming and pointing out These companies lack diversity, actually bring about change. I think this was a good thing. Uh, and that's penalty enough to start. But once we get significant data, I think there's going to be other things we're doing like the bill that I just file yesterday. If you're a bank that has public money, state or municipal, and you lack diversity. The penalty is going to be you're not going to be allowed to all those government deposit Well again, that's kind of a consumer based for lack of a better descriptor. Response to this or that is that is, you know, I I understand that if I if I said on the city of Chicago, and I was ah, in charge of investing the money for the city of Chicago, I would want to invest in companies and banks and funds. That would represent my constituency to the best of our abilities. But I don't like the mandate of every private corporation based here in Illinois, having to Acquiesce to you know these mandatory quotas? I you know that the companies that are downstate. Well, they don't serve Chicago or a rich mix either. I think you I think you're mistaking the bill that is law now. A law that goes into effect in January mandates that they report their racial and ethnic makeup. Right any March. A march of next year. We're going to start Giving report cards to cos if they don't want to do it, don't do it, But we're gonna put the information out to the public so people can make consumer decisions and I believe the consumers are going to choose. To walk away from businesses that don't support their communities, not a mandate. You don't want to do it. Don't do it. But guess what? We're gonna impact you right in the pocketbook. Do you want to mention the company that came around to your way of thinking today? Well, you know, Groupon is one of the companies that reported their information to the secretary of state. We used the information on that website to report it. The various outlets. We reported that information as it was reported to us in Groupon quickly wanted to point out that they've made changes to their corporate board they want. They pointed that out quickly. After the stories in the air, you notice I don't set this morning they were they were prominently discussed in the story. Well, State. Rep. Chris Welch, thank you very much for your time. We'll discuss this further. I'm sure and have a fun and safe. Fourth of July weekend, sir. Thank you. You too. Take care. All right. We'll take a break and try to come back and get to a few more your calls, And then we'll finally set exactly how many strokes John Dempsey will be giving me in our blood. The golf match tomorrow morning. Next on Double D. L s towards dream on checking traffic..

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"chris welch" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"chris welch" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"What I hear, and I hear pretty good well, the intelligence people didn't even many of them didn't believe it happened at all. I think it's a hoax. I think it's a hoax by the newspapers and the Democrats sky. You've been very patient. I have to get to John Dempsey gets very angry if her late to the newscast, but Go ahead, Scott. Thank you for your patience. Welcome to double the US. Good evening, John. And by the way, I think a six stroke. Uh, start for you would probably be fair here. Next golf game here. Let me just check on that with John Dempsey. Six strokes as John sounds too high to me. Taken under consideration. That's all. I'll take it under advisement. Go ahead. Alright, sir. Just real quick. I found hypocrisy coming out of city Hall just to be appalling. Um, ultimately If the police were not funded, and they're not allowed to do theirjob law abiding legal firearm owners like myself may end up being put in a position where we won't on ly have to drop our firearms, but we may have to discharge them to protect our police and that right there is going to be incredibly dangerous. Not just for the politicians, but You know what I'm going to say to the people in this state? What's that going to say that people in other states could definitely be on even more dangerous time than what we're seeing right now? And quite frankly, I just don't want to get to that point Boy. Die concur. I concur. It scares me, too, really does The idiocy out there is stunning, and it doesn't seem to begin any better. We just have to try to keep our wits about us and play through but be prepared. One boy scout to another. Be prepared. Thanks, Scott. Have a good weekend. You serve you to all right, Let's jump into the newsroom coming up in just minutes. I caught this story earlier this week, and it seems slightly out of place today, but I do want to talk a bit about it next. You know, I've I've not been invited to sit on many corporate boards, have you, John? A lot too many so many that I've lost track. Moscow n't sweet gig, You know, like the great George Gershwin wrote. Nice work if you can get it. I knew somebody had said on several corporate boards and believe me, it's a It's a nice little little sweet taste to get you in. I'll try to get you in. Well, that'd be awful. Nice. Keep your six strokes. Just give me on a corporate. Okay, I'll work on it. Anyway, a state. Rep. Emanuel Chris Welch will be here next to explain why his diversity plan is something we should embrace. I'm not quite sold on this. I'm not even remotely sold on it. But he can give it a shot. Next at about 6 36 Mayor.

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"chris welch" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"chris welch" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The mayor today I was waiting for her to address the lakefront. Could we just dip a toe in Chicago's beaches will remain close throughout the holiday weekend, Folks, Let me be clear about this. Everyone that whenever a politician says, let me be clear, Gird your loins. Chicago's beaches will remain closed throughout the holiday weekend, Folks, Let me be clear about this. Every single year. We lose so many people go drown in Lake Michigan. And this year we have no lifeguards on the beaches because of beaches are close. Please don't be foolish. The lake is dangerous always is thankyou that seemed reasonably polite to me. Ride 6 16 Coming up in just minutes. A state representative has asked for and is still pursuing that Even private companies have a 20% Minority interest on their corporate boards. I want to discuss how you implement that and what's the thought process is behind that we'll talk to a state. Rep. Emanuel Chris Welch, coming up shortly after 6 35 and Bob Costantini is working late on this Thursday, feels like Friday afternoon. To join us for the latest on the Russian Bounty story. Bob's next on Double D. L s inbound. Eden's eyes, made 18 minutes like a crow to the junction. Outbound. 20. Kennedy involved from O'Hare, 39. Found 28 to the airport. Eisenhower inbound from Thorndale, 48 out down 29. Stevenson in from 3 55 26 27 Dan Ryan in from 95th 13. Outbound is an 18 minute trip. That's traffic from the wools and made 90 traffic center. We've erased our history all over the place from Conquistadors from 15 hundreds through Abraham Lincoln. Thomas Jefferson, left everywhere in the world uses racial.

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"chris welch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:12 min | 5 months ago

"chris welch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Sports talk presented by Kelcie Caroline first our Chris Welch checked in talk little red's baseball let's let's continue the baseball conversation I want to talk baseball I want to talk the broadcasters rules challenge I want to talk podcasting and I'm going to ask our next guest about his days hosting king of TV bowling as well because a bowling alleys can open up today and I am all all about the current events so it's welcome in the man behind the Mike podcast it is it is new and you know maybe next its Twitter and then tick tock for our next guest that would be tell me Breneman you are branching out if its podcasting today it's going to be Twitter soon it could be one of her out of that I mean you know we all have to go through the pain and so you know wow we could now be profound courage here the rest came up with the idea Hey let's try some of the ten days of testimony so what about help but I think it's fun we're excited about the season starting on the we'll get to that in a minute and and hopefully that will be happening sometime soon we in with other people you know for the radio announcers with other teams and so we we have client interests and for the followers and Lancaster the culture growth plan of the pirates attempt Clark with the cardinals and medicine from the could put in the land of blades topical if you looked at least every so so as we get closer and closer to fans who wondered about okay really sort of that or the cardinals or whatever and if convicted of both guys and really know their keys inside it is they they are fantastic listen you can find through Reds dot com you got a red dot com to scroll down a little bit you see Tommy's picture it says a behind the might click on it you can listen away with that is the backdrop are you are you confident that we are going to see baseball this season so you know I don't like everybody else and I try to look at things is class out and run in the glass half empty and I'm I'm not perfect I'm not by any means you know they're gonna put it out but it is quite because they're they're they're they're gonna contemplated getting you know I do know that if they don't get it done the world could be because of hope I think everybody would panic yet but if it turns into one I think that there would be your available damage done to the game of baseball the sport of baseball as we know it I don't think it'll ever be the same ever again if this thing ends in a stalemate because of money very well said that Thom Brennaman checking in talk a little red stock a little major league baseball check out the podcast behind the Mike podcast goodreads dot com I had I had Chris Welch on an hour ago when he levelled some scathing allegations against you he said if I were to ask you about the broadcasters rules challenge versus your dad you would say and and I'll quote him he said you would say you were job would you like to receive no no no no well I mean I I you don't want and I so wanted to give a little you know like a lot of the global head of myself one hundred and five hundred and one question I I said everything I had das per usual that is beautiful it's it's it seems like you guys were having a blast you know it was really cool it completely unsuited to put baseball rules academy dot com which Chris runs that site if you're not a whole cultural challenges many years comments for emergencies high school college well there's there's different rules you know in evaluations of bowls and it really gives you a great idea of being able to know what it was like that against me get some contamination that was on purpose it does an awesome job it was only a lot of fun all right I I gotta ask you because today in Ohio bowling alleys can open there is a website king of TV bowling and I went down the rabbit hole today looking at a bunch of episodes from years past I found you tell me about your time is one of the host on king of TB bowling well you know when I got it today you can always single market means I was like twenty four seven over Eden park and work in a team that was unbeaten sport sector and with the weekend sports anchor woman I mean that's guys like to be considered in the list goes on and on and on that it doesn't show that you're the guy who doesn't know the way it works was you would get up at five o'clock in the morning on Sunday morning okay what happened at the end whatever let me know when it was all because it was really popular so once you yeah it's a good idea a lot of people who say they were never that show well when I went to Jennifer my partners on it about six thirty in the morning when a lot of guys that I had not the ball parks in Strickler Jake please all these guys are coming off the ball but it would give you what you can remember opening now you get the religious people think it's six thirty in the morning and there will be fans packed the place you've got a cold here for thirty hi there that's fantastic it was another one hundred years you already I could probably do that six o'clock sports can be eleven o'clock sports on Sunday you go back home he took a couple hours you have a lot of but we have a lot of laughs about it now no I'm syncing with that early of a wake up call that limited to the ability to run the streets the night before correct not at all that's fantastic I love that he you don't yeah my you know the the the kids are fighting back the boredom but they're you know they're they're they're getting through it yeah our kids got final exams this week and so what we've done a great job with with that whole thing I don't know there are a lot of issues with with you know very different walks of life in your you have our socio economic needs so forth but we've been very very lucky little kitchen that's the critical question and they've done a great job Hey L. one more thing before I like to run and I I heard you reference this a couple weeks ago on the red tide still open and I wanted it to know more about it and I don't know that many people understand the impact he had on you but but take me back you started to tell the story when you were doing raids games early on Eric Davis can it take you around the clubhouse in being kind of a like a like a liaison or a mentor take me through that and how he helped you will ensure that all you're trying to get started and and Qualcomm you can obviously Mike there was well known in the capital I was twenty two she's getting on the year twenty three and one of my jobs was to go down the ball park before everything got a riverfront stadium getting interviews with a couple players get a picture he's coming up to a live shot may be on the field when absolutely you might come back you know thank god you love the clock at night and get different sound bites of the say of the pills from different guys after working in browse even though I I I've been blessed to be around a lot of clubhouses around a lot of the biggest names in the history of the game because all three whenever the nineteen ninety World Series green there was a after that he started in the mid eighties where market and Davis and Carol Daniels and Paul o'neill and Kirksville and Chris and robin and norms all these guys were coming up at the same time and I don't know what can I get along well with a little reason and I am for impact because that makes people laugh the whole time your favorite rap and you do not want to be clear when you were little your life would be like you talk about a lot what they're left on outlook what that looked toward like that would likely like Peter Clark but as you know this yeah Mike Mike you know career trying to carve out a plan for yourself thank god the ballplayer cakes I guess I I always loved him I still love him I won't it's just a really really good man great story great story I tell me Breneman hanging out today podcast behind the Mike podcast goodreads dot com fantastic listener perspective around Major League Baseball Tom the great catching up I enjoyed this stay safe and hopefully we can see each other in person soon or to learn programming all of the best everybody out there god bless you so you gotta thanks Tommy there you go dummy run in checking in behind the Mike podcast raids dot com all I don't think for a second we are not talking about the the king of TV bowling coming up later on in the eight o'clock hour how bout that CD set up short about six thirty in the morning the tape that show on a Sunday with the crowd already there waiting to get it and drinking here he is there a go of it I will talk a little bowling as we get closer to eight o'clock tonight Richard Skinner who all states like dual host night a Richard Skinner who also hosted king of TV bowling look going into the day as I start mapping out the sure I said alright I know I know that so high was re opening bowling alleys and put put in batting cages I said I'm not paying attention if I'm not focusing at least a little bit on bowling alleys and referencing king of TV bowling that is coming up before we're done today that was one seven nineteen arnelle Kerrier sports talk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred WLW he's held.

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"chris welch" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

08:31 min | 5 months ago

"chris welch" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"Sportstalk lot to get to tonight. Packed baseball got a little bit of boxing. We've got with the opening of bowling alleys. Putt PUTT in the batting cages. Today we'll do an Ode to that later on in the eight o'clock hour and a couple of guests to toss your way go front and center or leadoff hitter tonight sits any waits for the return of Major League Baseball and Chance to broadcast another season for Fox Sports Ohio. Let's dog little reds and baseball and acting and the rules academy the broadcasters challenge with from Fox Sports Ohio Chris. Welch how are you? I'm doing great and that's a lot to cover. Land is you're up to probably yeah. I'm I'm getting used to it. I'm try I've been finding things to talk about for a long time so so I take it. We've talked once before during all this. You still hanging in there. I guess you know what. We talked about You talked about attitude. I hope that Those that are making the decisions about Major League Baseball Right now. Have the right attitude. All country could really use spurts. We could use live sports. It was fun to watch what was going on over the weekend with the charity. Golf There's been some other sport sporadically on TV But I think baseball would go a long way. Especially now that you've baseball is up in planning a little bit It would go a long way to kind of getting everybody all minds off of how the latest to thirty seconds ago. Update on the coronavirus. Chris I ask you this the last time. I'll ask you again because I like to draw your pitching expertise. If in this this plan and I do air quotes. It's a three week spring training. Is that enough from a pitching standpoint in your mind. Yeah they should be throwing. Won't change your your level of expectation for what this baseball is going to look. I have a feeling it's GonNa look a lot more like what it used to roll the clock back a few years. Maybe even a decade or two. Because there's GonNa be more guys going out there with with your analytics with preparation time. Uh managers making more gut decisions because you've got something completely unknown which is a half a season scheduled that if you get the Pie and so it's going to be very interesting from that standpoint. Yes I absolutely as be able to get in shape after nine. Don't be on the roster. Go ahead go somewhere and training until you get ready. Let's talk movies last over this past weekend. Chance debuted at starlight drive in and Amelia Matthew. Modine had on the show last week. Jake hurts but I had on the show. It's a locally based movie filmed here in the area. I did not know until you tweeted about it. You had a role in chance do tell I do. Small Role Played Myself as a a coaching amateur baseball team. There was Art Team play against chances to and There was a play at the plate and I went over and and happened to be the game winning play and we want to talk Matthew Modine team a little bit chances to them up a little bit and what my byline started out to be almost maybe one or two minutes. I think they got it down about ten seconds so they weren't taking any chances straight time. Tell you Michael Bailey. Who he and his son row row produce the entirely. It's a very good movie. It's about teen suicide about how things can just get out of hand for teenagers and I recommend you know from an entertainment standpoint. Yes but also some educational standpoint. I it is. It's a fabulous movie and a great tale. They did a super job on it. You know I in talking with Jay Kertzman last week. Who plays at Sycamore he? He joked he said Matthew Modine taught him acting and Jake said he taught Matthew Baseball. What kind of sense did you get as as Matthew Modine in terms of a baseball guy the sense that he was a little bit of a baseball fan? But I don't get the sense that he played a lot growing up So those are always the tricky part of a baseball movie actor. It doesn company now under. It doesn't come to them. Secondhand is others but hey as a coach he's got great stage presence Modine does and you know. Stay back so many realize why. This guy's an actor and I'm not very interesting. It was great. We had him up Last year Actually a couple of years ago. Now that we wouldn't they feel mad and we put it We got him on the air a little bit and talk to the TV booth and it was really. Yeah visit with him and that gets him. I've been a fan of his ever since you know joker joker and full metal jacket. Yeah absolutely we're talking with Chris Welch Fox Sports Ohio Reds Baseball. A little bit of movies. Let's Talk Rules Academy. I always loved that passion. You have behind rules academy in your your branching out. Tell everybody about the broadcaster challenge in WHO's involved in the latest episode of it. Were you know people in the baseball rules when I found out with no baseball going on? You're drying up even when baseball's going on but with no facebook on other really care so these couple of dry programs about the rules has some really great experts including Ron Rock. The REG official score talking about official score and it really didn't get much run with it. Not much tracked try to. Do you know what everybody likes to see. People uncomfortable okay so I wanted to put broadcaster versus broadcaster. Have an empire there to officiate and actually guys jeopardy get involved in jeopardy type game category pick a number answer it and move on and so the first episode with Rex Harbor. Who's the color analyst for the Kansas City? Royals played about ten or twelve years. Schroeder who's a color analyst for the Milwaukee Brewers? Both of those guys are great. They told stories about their career was wonderful when he had retired. Ma- APAYART John hirschbeck officiating. Last week. We take one with Marty and Thom Brennaman and I'm trying to it was the old man and a young guy can win top off Wei Grit. It's in his Vanity Sure Kentucky. He was the officiating home plate on Pyre and he cleared US up on some rules. Don't some funny stories about him being on fire and You know these things are only about thirty minutes that one more like fifty minutes we. We put it up on Youtube today. That's also on my website baseball. Rules ACADEMY DOT COM. Had a great time doing it and Maureen Tom they were. They were just terrific. That is excellent That is very in fact. I'm talking with Tom. Coming up in about an hour from now so I'm GONNA ask him. I'M GONNA ask him a little bit more about that. I I love you got josh. He's going to Saint Martin extra next question right because who was about the hall of fame and it had to do with empire. How many empires are in the Baseball Hall of fame question? He gets wrong so I I can't have him have this so I offered him a lifeline. Call to Greg Gibson who is on the same call us and get an answer to right. We already the points and Tom. What very happy about. That is beautiful. Great Hear Your Voice Hope to hear you call him baseball very soon and always appreciate to Lance Let's keep our fingers crossed. Here sounds good. Thanks Chris. There you go Chris Welch Fox Sports Ohio the the rules academy the Broadcasters Challenge Tom Versus Marty head to head a showdown all right. We are loaded up tonight. Cam Miller the local filmmaker coming up at six thirty five his latest film on Izard Charles. We'll get his thoughts on that. Thom Brennaman checks in at seven o'clock tonight as mentioned with bowling alleys opening up today and PUTT PUTT and batting cages. We'll do an owed to that later on in the eight o'clock hour talk with Todd McGill from Coleraine Bowling. Talk with our Gaiman from King of Bowling TV. Richard Skinner hosted for a time at least a few episodes of King of bowling. Tv He's going to check in at eight o'clock tonight. Take some of your stories as well. We best get to your headlines as we continue as well. Thanks for being here. Hang out for a while. We'll get sports talk till nine. It's aren't carriers. Sports Dot presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred WWL W..

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Google’s much improved Pixel Buds are finally here

Techmeme Ride Home

02:33 min | 6 months ago

Google’s much improved Pixel Buds are finally here

"Back when the pixel phones were refreshed. You might remember that. Google announced the hundred and seventy nine dollars. Second Gen Pixel Bud wireless ear buds. They were to be Google's first. True wireless ear buds eliminating that fabric tether that the first generation had and the emphasis at the time was on the hands. Free Google assistant voice control capabilities. However they weren't immediately made available delayed for six months or something as Google said at the time. Well it's been six months. It's spring and finally. The new Pixel Buds are here and at the Verge Chris. Welsh says. The design is much improved. Wireless charging is cool. Google assistant works well and the sound quality is very good. However one small caveat quote new to this iteration as soft stabiliser arc. Think of it like a silicone fin on each earbud. That's meant to help the Pixel buds stay anchored in your ears. I had no issues with comfort. But we've been testing a few pairs of Pixel Buds and dinner and Becca. Bo said the ARC caused some soreness during extended listening and quote. I should describe this. It's not a silicon thin. That goes around the outside of your ear. It's actually it tucks inside your kind ear canal a little bit. I can see how if your ears aren't shaped correctly. That would be a little uncomfortable. So I know if that's a deal breaker or not I guess it depends on your ear and I mean one advantage of the design is the fact that you don't have anything dangling from your head if you'll recall that does mean it sort of looks like you've got Frankenstein. Monster style bolts in your ears. But I guess that's an a weirder than any other design that's out there. And frankly the coolest application of these things remains the ability to use google. Translate in real time if you're traveling. And Encountering Foreign Tongues Chris's conclusion in his review. Was this quote at one. Hundred seventy nine dollars. The Pixel Buds are priced at the same level as Jabra's elite seventy five t ear buds. Which is still personally pick over these for their more dynamic sound and because you don't miss out on features depending on what phone you have. There's unsurprisingly no pixel buds APP for IOS. But if Google assistant has a decent sized presence in your life you might be willing to make do with the downsides of Google's new ear buds lacking base and the occasional swell in outside noise for the convenience of being able to call upon it anytime anywhere

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"chris welch" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

08:10 min | 6 months ago

"chris welch" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"To and I think this could have been a pretty good year for him. Hopefully we'll still get the summer. Yeah absolutely Chris. Welch has been working on a website that defines the rules of the game. And as we know there's so many quirky oddities in things that happened in the game of baseball. Why did you get so involved with the site and tell us about the site? The name of it where people can go. But why did you start doing this? Well I did it and the name of the site. Dan is very simple. It's Baseball Rules Academy baseball rules. Academy Dot Com. I did it as a broadcaster because I thought as a player I played ten years five in the major leagues five hundred bigly in the minor leagues. But I always thought I knew the rules just by being around the right group books time at time. I thought I was one of those guys who was a little bit more knowledgeable about rules in my teammates until I got the TV booth and then it was a quirky rules related play on the field and I look around and like Holy Moses will happen there and we go to break and I'm supposed to have the answer sixty seconds where we come back right and I would look to the rule book and I realized I couldn't find anything. I decided right then and there make a database to attach slang words to the rulebook so like a battered drops. Battling a ball. What happens ripe it so I began to develop a database not realize when I started getting into it man. This baseball rulebook is about as complicated as any rule book out there. So secretary longtime after seven or eight years. Now we finally have come out with our second version of the rules website During peak of a regular major league season. We're getting to five thousand people today on the site. It's always free to look up any rule we've got rules at high school level college level. The League you triple lesson Olympics and of course major league level so you can look up any rule you just by typing in some some some slang words or even a player's name or something like that We've got an extensive database there But there's also a premium membership level that you know if you WanNa take advantage of all the videos we have. We have close to three hundred teaching videos. We have probably three hundred special case. Reports of of interpretive plays that have happened in the major leagues. And how empires look at things. So if you're if you're serious coach or serious playing or an aspiring empire. I mean it's the place to go because you can take away the put in your pocket and call up any rule. Anytime BASEBALL RULES ACADEMY DOT COM. GimMe a situation in baseball. That people interpret wrong all the time but yet you see it on a nightly basis in major league baseball well the first one that comes to mind for me is one that we saw last year during the world series. It was game number six any number seven when trae Turner Look Round bottle on the third base side of the pitcher's mound. He ran down to first base. Now trae turn is a right handed hitter so directly roof and his right hand batter spock's to first base is in fair territory. He's running down the line. The pitcher picks the ball up throws it and the ball gets to second baseman. Who's covering who's curiel at the same time that the runner does and There was interference called and and everybody just went crazy. You know you can't do this in a world series. I'm the endless. Had IT wrong? Trae turn it didn't understand what he was doing. All it took Joe Torre and a post game meeting with the press to explain the rule and this is one of the most commonly misunderstood rules at every different level Amateur Baseball High School Baseball College all the way up to the big leagues and That's one that it's called the runners lane the forty five foot lane violation and It was a perfect call by the empire and crew in that world series. And that's one that comes to my mind right away that people just don't know but once they realize that its role makes them a better player. Fan Yeah define that then so you have the runners lane in the first base lane. You know where people say well. He's got to be between the two white lines. It's not necessarily the case. Is it no you? Don't you know if you go to a big league game? You look at the first base line little line that starts halfway forty five feet from first base forty five feet from home plate and then it gives you a little three foot lane that is in foul territory when a runner is not forced to run in that lane however if he's not running in that lane and he interferes with the receiving throw then you could be charged for interference. And that's what happened to try. Turner. There's no rule because if it's a ground ball the second baseman there's no way that you're gonNA get in the way of the throat then there's no reason for you to be in that lane however on balls that are hit right in front of home plate maybe a bunch. Maybe a little binder squeaker that the catcher comes out and field. He's got a photo first base if that runner is in fair territory than he could be cutting off the throwing lane for the fielder receiving the throat presumably the first base. And if he is that's what an empire should call runners interference in that. That's the case. The ball is dead. The runners ordered for space and a lot of people. Don't now what happens you know? How would I see high school baseball? Dan Is UMPIRES. Don't call this. Because when they do coaches go beserk they go crazy. They can't believe it. It's a lot easier. Sometimes that make the no call than it is to make the right call but it's not teaching your players to find the game. How about a ground ball to a second baseman with a run I? How much distance should the runner give? Because you know you always hear it you have to allow him to make the play and then you hear about the tag. Is he out of a lane? Well where is the lane? How does that all work on some of those kind of plays well? There's no lane between first and second base that there's but there's a right of way that goes on into base. Pats and I think that's one thing that you're referring to anytime that a fielder is fielding a batted ball. He's got the right away. The runner has to clear out of the way. You can't run by him and touch it so close to him the empire would deem it interference because not necessary. You can't run by an yell at them. Say Hey. Alex Rodriguez did when he was playing for the right. But what what you can do is anticipate what's happening If your first run first base you see a Ground Ball. The second baseman. There's no play being made on you as far as tag place. You know the big circle around that fielder and not be out of the baseline so he would force him to rather than tag. You have to go to second base to start a double play but the one thing you do not want to do of course is to run into a fielder when he's feeling the ball and then how much you get three feet correct. So he's trying to do a tag double play. Make the make the ground ball make the play in his glove tag. The runner throw to first. But that runner. He's only got three feet one way or another correct. Yeah and this is where it gets kinda funny and I think that when you start seeing videos and that's where a website like line. It really comes in handy because you can visually there. The runner has no base path. Until there's a play being made on him. So for instance. If I'm taking a lead from first base and a throw over to first base and I'm caught off the back I can start running out towards the right field if I want because where I established my own running lane so as soon as Sunday tries to make a tag on me I now have to have it. Running base path and that path would be direct line between where the tag is tempted to be made on B. and the next base. So it's not. It's not an exact geometric line from first base second base third base. It's where the runner is. The tag is being made. That's when you establish your baseline and three feet you're talking about is three feet on either side of that line has six feet.

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"chris welch" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

08:18 min | 6 months ago

"chris welch" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"Are putting in long hours around the clock to best serve our community so the next time you're in schmucks tell them thanks and that you appreciate them let them know how much we appreciate their efforts because we will all get through this together. One of my favorite people in the business of Baseball Chris Welch former Major League pitcher and now longtime analyst with the Cincinnati reds. He also runs a website. That will not only teach you about the rules. But bring you in. It's interactive is well. Chris is always I miss CNN. It's great talking to you but Hopefully we'll see each other in person fairly soon. How you doing? I'm doing great Danny. You know we were. We were scheduled to to meet up on opening day in Cincinnati. The parade the cardinals and everything else. It's it's one of the big match ups that I always love on the reds played cardinals because I get a couple of teams that I really like and get the hang around us so Thanks for having me on today. You got misplaced golf with the on opening day and I really miss seeing what this rivalry have been like in twenty twenty and maybe we'll still. We'll have that chance. But what were your expectations for the reds coming into the season? Wow very high expectations you know the ransack thank The Front office says took a bucket thereafter and said Hey. We don't think that we're going to have a better starting pitching rotation in the next few years than we do right here in two thousand so the winner of Two Thousand Nineteen Two thousand twenty one. They decided to go for a lot of money. More than one hundred and sixty million dollars in free agents They made some trades. They decided to bolster their offense. A little bit. Bring in guys like Mike Nicasio to to get already pretty decent team over the edge and I think that was part of it then. I think the other part of that. They see the window of Joey votto being a high quality caliber possibly MVP type player beginning to close enclosed quickly. So you want also take advantage of that so I think everybody in. Cincinnati had great expectations for this Auckland. What did that line of look like Especially towards the tail into spring. When you're playing your regulars and you're seeing Mustafa's Kosta Janos Suarez veto some of the others. I know there's some injuries mixed in there. But you didn't have the full complement. But what was it looking like as you're heading towards That Opening Day. Matchup with the cardinals. You know the interesting part of the lineup is at the very top for me. Because res- went. They signed their first ever Japanese. Free agent Akiyama who's left handed hitter not a big power guy but he was always very good on base percentage player over Japan and I think that that the reds thought his skill set would play pretty well as rates in the same way. It'd probably platoon little bit. Maybe with a young player name. Nick Zell Dick. You gotTa look at him. Last year. He came into camp injured with a shoulder into that. You know he should be ready to go right now so. I think that that would be the top end of the lineup. Joey bottle would probably be in the number two spot. And then from there it would be this learning Mustafa's past the however. David Bell wanted to play the lefty righty matchups and I think the good thing for the Red Sox fans standpoint is that they've got some firepower. They would have some threats in that lineup as far as power hitters. All the way down to the you know. Probably the number seven spot in the eight spot Freddie Galvez. Who's going to take over shortstop on an everyday basis the guy that switch hitter you can expect fifteen or twenty out of him so. I think that there was a lot of excitement to go along with good pitching that they were going to see some homeroom ball set to what would rotation look like a you know. When you think about some of the the big names that you have coming back and guys that really Kinda reclaim their careers in Cincinnati. I thought you're pitching was going to be really improved this year. You know the pitching is going to be improved because you have veteran status pitchers who are now reaching their peak age wise. These guys are thirty five years old. They're twenty nine twenty eight twenty seven one and one a. whether it's sunny gray or or Trevor Bauer no Trevor Bauer. I'm a steal. You know so you know. Casino was was the at the start opening day starter last year. Trevor Trevor Bowers on board obviously sunny grey had he got some cy young award boats and so I think those top three or guys that they really think going to be They would keep the red some have any kind of losing streaks which is always a real problem on ballclub doesn't Excel Wade. Miley was signed as a free agent. left hair first time at a. Red Square takes him. That is very exciting. And he kinda you go one through one through five in that rotation and now you're looking at is the some of the guys who were in the rotation last year the year before our Tom Alley for instance pitch pretty well. Times LAST YEAR. For the reds. Probably looking at going to triple a long time for that kind of depth that they came into spring training. You know looking to cut pitchers off their roster rather than at pitchers to the rotation. How I'd would it have this year? And hopefully we'll we'll find out but to not see Marty Brennaman in the radio booth in a Cincinnati reds game. How how odd would that have been Chris? I think even more odd for you would be not to see him in the media dining room because a lot of people don't know this. I think the best forty events in my day sitting with having because this Guy Holds Court. He has great stage presence. He loves you and gets on you all the time. Get BILLIONAIRE IN. Turn a little bit you know. Sometimes they hurt. But that's the beauty of it though. It is the beauty of it and the guys completely unhinged out what he's not on the air when he's the air is one of the best officials ever caused a terrific reds fans are going to really. Miss Him. I think. Because it's you know little by little the fabric of the game is changing and when you lose icons like Marty Brennan Menendez in the Radio Boots. You know you just don't have you. Don't have the comfort a turning the radio on and hearing that that old leather shoes that fits so well kind of voice things move on certain late but they're they're certainly going to be a big void. I want to get to your site here in just a moment but a final question about the reds David Bell and his long history with his family with the reds and the city of Cincinnati. What would it mean on a personal level David Bell to win in Cincinnati and to do it with the reds? What what do you think that would mean to him and for the city and the fan base? I think it would mean everything for him. Obviously I mean he's always been a guy even going back to the days when Dusty Baker was managing. Jesse told me one time he goes. You know who's going to succeed me as manager David Bell that time David Bell is managing the double eighteen for the reds. In the meantime he had moved on came to the bench coach. The cardinals he. He's well respected his father. Buddy Bell is in the Reds Front Office document. Everything plagued the front office operative coach and so on So the Bell family very well entrenched Cincinnati. It would be a lot. I mean Cincinnati's allow like Saint Louis. You really proud of your own when they do something fun and great and I think that that's how they would appreciate it bill. The one thing that I would recommend. You didn't ask this question but I I think the one thing David Bell you learn as a manager is you have to sometimes follow your own instincts a little more than you think you do Everybody can manage with the stat sheet. Anybody can manage now with all the analytics that the science apartments and the data departments are giving to the manager. But I WANNA see him. Take that one step forward where he begins to manage people a an and situations in putting guys situation or they can succeed by using his gut feel a little bit because he's got a great sense of baseball where he knows the game. He's got a great sense of being leader.

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"chris welch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:38 min | 6 months ago

"chris welch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Donors are in critical need during this time of the cobit nineteen pandemic to keep the shelves stocked for traumas and emergencies hi it's worth blood center university of Cincinnati probably back in spring training which seems about a million years ago now I overheard a conversation between you and Chris Welch and the topic was older player specifically hitters who extended their careers and they did that by learning to become great breaking ball hitters but over the last five or ten years that's no longer the case is it well I I think with the the accelerated velocity especially as a hitter gets older you just don't have those same quick fast twitch muscles that you had back when you were twenty three twenty four years old and I and I think the you're just not seeing as many pictures the overall amounts sh lower breaking balls being thrown everything now is hard and when I'm talking about heart I'm talking about velocity that is around ninety five miles an hour I mean the the ninety mile an hour fastball when I was flying was was good velocity now you're talking about ninety three ninety four and top velocity is above a hundred so anytime that you get a player that is that maybe is not a great defensive player anymore but can still hear you still try to be able to help bridge the ninety six or ninety seven miles an hour because he's coming off the bench in a spot where he would face a late inning reliever and seventy five percent of those guys were throwing the ball in the upper nineties and close to a hundred miles an hour if you can't hit that and you can't get the battle that high end fastball you're doing between no good do you think that's something that keeps the hitters can't correct at some point or is it just a matter when you're thirty two thirty three years old no matter what you how you train your not going to be able to catch up with those pitches well art I thank you you made a okay you still work there that really is going to help some of these older guys and that's the training part I think you have to be able to hit that I am fastball in the beginning of your career and you've got to figure out a way to keep your hands in the past week so that you can at least file off that fight off the urge as you get older in your career if you want to stay around and you're in your thirties and mid thirties you got to be able to develop a fast ball every now and then United dairy farmers has always been about being fresher than fresh for over eighty years UPS has been the place to pick up a fresh milk eggs bread.

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"chris welch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:17 min | 9 months ago

"chris welch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And Sunday Saturday in office read back at exhibition season and this spring training from the desert live the first pitch three oh five Reds Indians get in on we talked Chris Welch earlier now shifting gears to a little bit is of the circus in the run for the White House twenty twenty and it is weird it maybe weirder than it has ever been she not weird but insightful certainly professor emeritus former boss a political science Wright state university she's a raider the on the basketball court they lost tonight but she's a winner Dr Donna slick welcome to seven hundred WLWT always good to talk to your sterling Hey hi how are you tonight I'm okay tonight was right off the bat I didn't watch a ton of the debate last night I know you live that breed that I'm sure you were a soaking into your pores trying to make sense of things because that's what you do it being the Cincinnati kid in a right state former professor boss up there when it comes to poly sci stuff in living that life how crazy and insane is it is it always been this much of a it's like a charm in the water kind like you Bloomberg who spent like all the money in the world look like he was a a hurt like a I don't know square in the water in like a sharks all over trying to attacking whatever good it did just weirdness which isn't greatly entertaining but is it really servicing the process it it it was hi Peter it was high drama no doubt about it might take aways were a couple of the left wing you know Bernie is is is clearly searching and we saw Elizabeth Warren she is still in this race so the the loop the left battle was going on there and then of course the center and you know the Bloomberg right side of the party Biden didn't talk very much but certainly put a judge and any club which are had a an interesting few exchanges Bernie was burning and as always so the the lefty shaping up the right is shaping up how you use the word com yes that that certainly looks like from the outside but in jail a few days I mean that literally but we we we we're gonna have a lot more clarity although I I do have to convince I called some friends in California earlier today and they're already lamenting voting for Bloomberg in in in the early voting that that's already underway in California when you say lamenting you for voting for Sanders why no they were lamenting that they had voted for Bloomberg all blue I'm sorry okay there you will but if they had not anticipated the the assault on the beat down in fact to me David circulating of you know his his his all right he Elizabeth Warren having written his obituary for Mike Bloomberg he looked like he was taking a really painful massage and yet you still there Graham made points about supporting Democrats and willing to support Democrats if he doesn't win the nomination and of course his work in gun on gun violence but he but that was an overdue deep down and of course they all deeply resent the amount of money that he's he's put into the campaign but they were on policy for the most part the it was pricey and Bloomberg will be back and I I've I bet you a cocktail at your favorite Cincinnati brewery that he'll do better in the next one it is it good that we're in a place it is an individual's I mean we got but two billion or sliding out and one obviously not having to use his money but it certainly is the benefit also now course of of being president being trump really throwing their weight around as guys who have live the dream in this country one way or the other starting from family another guy is starting from nothing building it up but it it's about money is that where it's always going to be from now on it is about how much fire power you have to buy ads because in a short amount of time bloomer cause spent what in in excess of I mean what three hundred to under million dollars something like that crazy amount of money maybe more than six hundred it it it it pushing for hundred million is is the one that I've heard and here we are coming up on the tenth anniversary of the citizens United decision right which allowed the with the flood the tsunami of money into the process one of the things I think we should expect after this is is a return to that always frustrating conversation about campaign finance reform way back in my days in the eighties that's what we were talking about in political science none of us anticipated that this amount of money flooding in their their talks about some you know some laws perhaps the constitutional amendment but money speaks doesn't it it is so always really been a situation of whether what's happening really in the news behind the scenes and the presidency often times whether you know you're dealing with lead up to impeachment within the acquittal or otherwise that we don't really know what's happening in the midst of this I even though it you know you got a billion or spending his money others are donating a mass quantities all these people how much of it is still powerful entities deciding who they really want to be able to go in there to serve their best interest in the rest of us regardless of how rich we may think we are we're still just getting crops and that that will always be the conspiracy theory all right so you're saying on the ten had black helicopter freak is the thinking that that it's all just they're out to get us out wait a minute really I I I I have my aluminum foil hat on like talk about money in politics it is true he recruited kids did raise a lot of money you know after the the campaign that but but you're right it's it's the the candidates like a body chaired the club which are even Elizabeth Warren who are gonna be running out of money really fast and it it really is going to stay in the field and the question is the transparency of that money and the path that that bring it and that's why that word transparency keeps popping up where is the money coming from and it's one a Bernese claims to fame right he's taking it from a lot of small donors and they just keep giving they keep giving ten Bucks twenty blocks over and over he he he has not had to go that route to the contracts are just amazing you know grassroots verses the billionaire will come in and I think he's willing to spend the billion dollars if necessary although I I I did want to comment so he did point out that his plan is to give away all of this money then and he's been spending a lot of money on a lot of good causes that that he cares about the environment done violence etcetera but this is his last big push and I suspect part of his the anticipation is iris to try to to bring the party back from the left well it you mention that in extremes so it and the kissing cousins of left and right so extreme that they're almost the same the talking been shared interest of people that could be trump people are could be Sanders people how how close in reality is that what you study there's there is some overlap in in ways that we describe people who are you know ardently devoted to both of the candidates who are deeply believe that there are enough darker forces at work in society many of them are the same very working class people but the candidates are so incredibly different but yeah there there there is some overlap and you know that that that the supporters of both the president and and Bernie Sanders won't support anybody else's is is is the great fear were were there to be a primary challenge on the on the right on the Republican right which there won't be but yeah that there's some overlap in the Arden passion I think that people feel for those candidates but I I don't I don't see it other than one of those little interesting little quirks in the campaign nothing no bigger difference then between burning and Donald Trump certainly talking to doctor Donna Schleck professor emeritus former boss political science Wright state university she's a Cincinnati kids seven hundred W. O. W. what you're listening to Yang dropped out injure Yang any talk to everybody in a thousand dollars to get your money would have store thousand dollar deal I want my free money well I'm waiting for my experience money from that into the experience pack as well okay so yeah mailbox every day every day and so they will be waiting for a long time it in this world in which we're living in where it is still so amazingly polarized and the talk about misinformation and disinformation and social media just recently the intelligence community and heads is this administration our government came out to say that Russia still making a serious effort in twenty twenty to try to make it one direction or another in this case for trump but apparently how believable is that and how believable is anything at this point when there are so many lies being told by people in positions of power and authority are you give you raise the really important point last week the D. N. I. the director of national intelligence island German choir I think gave a greeting to the house intelligence committee and you know who broke the rules of the committee and recorded the the events of the briefing back to the president it was Mister Nunez Devin newness in the course the D. and I had had this week it replaced by ambassador quit now why that would be if if the president wants to exert more control over intelligence that get shared to the Congress apparently the president's concern was the report to and that was an an agreed upon all the intelligence agencies agreed that the Russians are currently now working to stir up trouble and to support president trump in the twenty twenty campaign you'll remember when Mister Muller Davis reports do you remember the last remark that he made before he left his testimony he said the Russians are interfering in our election process right now it's going on right now and everyone in public and everyone in Congress should be concerned about it this past week the president there was another in intelligence briefing to the house intelligence committee about that very thing and within a week the director of national intelligence is shown the door and then what's the upside in the mean is the will of the president these people work in those positions yeah this point even us discussion the fact that Russia would be interfering in having any any type of real progress I guess at the polls the changing public opinion but us discussing that they would be doing it is in itself a win for them is it not it it it it corrodes any confidence that people have in the system could load their desire to participate there did their confidence in their government you know what they pay taxes for as well the the the director of national intelligence who was just told he will no longer be acting director you've been an admiral he'd been brought into the intelligence community to work on counterterrorism and when Dan coats left you know he he took the acting position the ambassador who has been nominated to replace him has zero experience in the intelligence community none never and and and and and intelligence this is his first assignment you know at at the full ambassador worked for many years with John Bolton over at the you and the dentist somebody with no top level management experience or intelligence experience whether it's in the military or you know in.

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"chris welch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"chris welch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"At. and how much you're appreciated. that's all I got well I I want to tell you some money because we don't we don't talk about this a whole lot simply because. we're here all the time together and. it's difficult to to share these things when when you stand bay today but you talked about protection and. when you come in and you're trying to take a seat that Joe Nuxhall held for. for ever. you did something for me that. I don't know that anybody has done that except my dad and that is protecting you from. from failure and protecting you so that you can have some success. and. lost my dad a long time ago and. ever thought that I would ever have that kind of relationship with another man ever but you have protected me you have taken care of me from day one that I walked into this booth and that that's part of the reason that these folks here in Cincinnati accepted this country got because Marty Brennaman accepted me and I can't thank you enough for that and. just for your teaching and helping me understand what it's like and what it's supposed to be to broadcast ball games what I do hope going forward. is that we will be able Tommy and I will be able to make you proud not only the people here but you've set a standard here and I hope that we will be able to make you proud and Kerry on the phenomenal tradition that is here in Cincinnati and in Cincinnati radio well about you know how much I love you pal and I I I I I just hope that the people now going forward will accept Tommy's role as well as a accepted me forty six years ago he's a very talented young man I think people know having listened to his work beginning in spring training and and of course all throughout the course of the year and I. trading fairly giving me an opportunity to settle in and in the seat that I'm sitting in right now because he will end up being here for a while and doing a very very very good job to law the other broadcast partners that we have the Tom Brady was in Chris Welch's and Jeff the corals and dogs lands and Danny graves and sample a cure or and Brian Jeez and slaw hope but I missed anybody they know how I feel about them at first and foremost..

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"chris welch" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"chris welch" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"State Representative Chris Welch was among the protesters and says less lakes patients are mostly working class minority. Tech this community. Well. Linkin park. Mark. Some services that are offered at Westlake hospital will be moved to a west suburban hospital man has been charged with trying to take a round lake beach. Police officers gone over the weekend. The officer was called shortly before eight pm to perform a wellbeing. Check after someone spider two truck parked in the middle of the road on Kenilworth. Drive and round lake beach officer found the truck parked in the driveway of a home saw a man identified as Marcos Ortega. Vincent, a who lives in the area slumped over in the driver's seat truck wasn't running and the officer was concerned for the safety of the man officer woke Ortega, the send a up and helped him to the door of his home appear to be intoxicated police say and walked away into the road when he was unable to get the locked door open when the officer tried to get Ortega of insanity out of the Rhody tackle, the officer to the ground and grabbed his gun. That's when an arrest. Was made its twenty eight look at traffic. Now, here's player lane. Oliver expressways. Tollways are clear every single one of the Edens. Kennedy. Eisenhower.

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"chris welch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"chris welch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"His mind overpasses. I'm Chris Welch is right about the velocity. I can tell you my thirteen year old Nathan otherwise known as a wild, man. He he had little league elbow last summer where he is lean and lanky, I'm like his father, and he throws the boys got like the rubber arm or so everybody thought thirteen year old boy elbow issue. He did you blaming it on the league because he threw the ball harder than anybody through too many pitches being literally took him to the doctor little league elbow couldn't throw wild. But the problem is Bronson Royal we talked to him last. He wouldn't even get a sniff today because when the scouts com to watch kids pitch, they're looking at one thing. What do they say man you see the kid? He's thrown in an average of ninety two ninety three you have to hit the jugs gone or they're not gonna look at craftiness. And he, you know, he's working around the breaking stuff. I mean, that's part of it. But you have to throw the ball hard. And you said this from your days playing when you watch you're watching pitching, you're watching different. Things and strategy. And I mean, it was always I forget who the pitching coach was for the Braves for so many years, but you always news, Leo Mazzone. Roger mcdowell. They were the to Coleraine guy. I'm trying to think of the hand to be one of the two or maybe I don't know. Maybe it maybe it wasn't even the Braves. But it was a guy where you always knew. And I for some reason I feel like maybe went to the Orioles. But it was always going to be alone away at the end to go for that third strike. You always knew there was going to be that strategy loan away. And they basically came out and said, that's what we're going to do to you. And they just went and did it and the ability to control the ball versus just burn a heater in there. That's what I like watching. I'll say. I mean when you watch him pitch, you would think to yourself really tattoo that guy. Nice try when we continue. There are some rules being proposed by major league baseball that would go into effect as soon as this year. Wait till you hear some of these. And I still argue. Yes, Chris, you're correct. The game has changed somewhat. But I don't think it needs to be changed anymore that after a check. Years ago. Another guy in the public eye proposed some my interest in baseball rules changes. None of which will ever be adopted. Maybe we'll address those as well. It is one third. You're gonna take a quick look at the real news, and he'll be back with all that and so much more leading up to UC basketball today against Houston here on the home of the Bearcats NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w..

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"chris welch" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"chris welch" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Spin after the news and sports at seven, thirty we'll speak to state Representative. Emanuel Chris Welch a democrat from. Hillside he's the chairman of the, house higher education appropriations, committee and he's had a couple of hearings down in Edwardsville in Carbondale about the future of the Southern University. System And it could lead to whether a break-up is in store involving those two universities will also talk. About higher Ed in, general will catch up on the news and. Sports at eight o'clock and then we'll speak to my Chicago Tribune colleague. Mike Hawthorne Mike's been covering these new EPA, rules, from, the White House that are. Aimed at helping coal country despite the. Effects of carbon emissions. Will find out what that, all, means after. A final check in the news and sports at. Eight thirty will turn our attention again to sl you though this time we'll. Be speaking to you professor John Jackson he's part of the Paul Simon public, policy institute he's also the co author of. A study on the politics of regionalism and, where in fact do the tax. Dollars go and as we see. In reelection politicians trying to pit, one area of the, state against the other well here's a study that shows something similar revealing facts about where the tax money goes And who does get short changed and all of that that's all coming up. But right now we're going to take a quick break you're listening to. The Sunday spin on WGN the highly David competing this weekend in something called the tough mudder and this.

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"chris welch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"chris welch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Oh broadcasting do you ever get upset that really calls you a stew all the time that would bother me no kangaroo happy fourth of july yours and everybody out there what's going on at the safe on the road segment location and ninety guys cooking out what are you doing i'm going to the ball game tonight ken brougham headed to the ballpark in a little while do they have a cookout down there until chris welch used to bring gtm and cookout down there he would have like a whole he would know he would have the whole thing you would have like i don't know maybe maybe ask him about iran's coaches are cooking tonight hotdogs and hamburgers for everybody we're at the ballpark so you'll have some of those no i don't i don't think so no no no cookouts down air nothing down there last night that was a bummer last night you know what i don't understand is is why people think that if you're starters only go five innings that's a good thing because that's what the major league norm is but eventually it affects the guys come in after doesn't it and it affected him last night seven to lead i like jackson stevens i like him but he was throwing batting practice there at the correct what about that kevin quackenbush he's the international league pitcher player of the week i mean he's been taken names in louisville bright yeah that's big in louisville but there are a lot of guys come up here i'm up here it's a completely different story correct it's like i could get down to louisville it'd be a mega star right you're up here you're just one of the guys it's the way it works when you're in the big time ken brew the on this.

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"chris welch" Discussed on Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists

Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"chris welch" Discussed on Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists

"Is now i was that quite recently to give a lecture and took the opportunity to chat to professor chris welch who runs the master of space studies course before long we diverted into space memorabilia but i typically pasqua serious question about whether universities alumni tended to end up well it's very broad some of them do go on and worker in space agencies some of them go on and working universities and several and go on working space company's other's set up their own space companies the head of the south african space agency sensor valentine's armies annoyance u s p alumni as pay the space studies program in terms of people were he was race companies you will find people in spacex airbus and boeing uh all the big space companies you'll find isu alumni there and then in the new space sector as well companies like planet one of the three founders of planet is an isu muster's alumni and in a uk context in particular of the company spy global was set up by by full mosques the students five years ago while they were on their internship they raised one hundred fifty thousand dollars on kickstarter to north they first cube sat and now five years later on the companies worth i think about two hundred fifty million dollars and they employ two hundred people worldwide chaff unfortunately not can i wish i wish i wish i thought to sort of you request equity worth are now didn't didn't think of that and sought and found the masses causing particular making cheese can they intensive which specific area are out of the space industry that they want to concentrate s studies well we have a very broad curriculum here we're not just a science school in engineering school when we say into disciplinary we have what we consider to be the ice you disciplines you have to speak somehow so we have space engineering we have spy science physical sciences we have space applications which includes remotesensing.

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"chris welch" Discussed on Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists

Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"chris welch" Discussed on Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists

"Is now i was that quite recently to give a lecture and took the opportunity to chat to professor chris welch who runs the master of space studies course before long we diverted into space memorabilia but i typically pasqua serious question about whether universities alumni tended to end up well it's very broad some of them do go on and worker in space agencies some of them go on and working universities and several and go on working space company's other's set up their own space companies the head of the south african space agency sensor valentine's armies annoyance u s p alumni as pay the space studies program in terms of people were he was race companies you will find people in spacex airbus and boeing uh all the big space companies you'll find isu alumni there and then in the new space sector as well companies like planet one of the three founders of planet is an isu muster's alumni and in a uk context in particular of the company spy global was set up by by full mosques the students five years ago while they were on their internship they raised one hundred fifty thousand dollars on kickstarter to north they first cube sat and now five years later on the companies worth i think about two hundred fifty million dollars and they employ two hundred people worldwide chaff unfortunately not can i wish i wish i wish i thought to sort of you request equity worth are now didn't didn't think of that and sought and found the masses causing particular making cheese can they intensive which specific area are out of the space industry that they want to concentrate s studies well we have a very broad curriculum here we're not just a science school in engineering school when we say into disciplinary we have what we consider to be the ice you disciplines you have to speak somehow so we have space engineering we have spy science physical sciences we have space applications which includes remotesensing.

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"chris welch" Discussed on Download

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"chris welch" Discussed on Download

"Jack with the conversation what's happening oh speaking to a colleague at the verge chris welsh about this and the idea that nbc akon chasms universal could just say we're going to launch our own strengths equivalent to cbs's all access and just keep all of our our our catalogue of shows and develop new series for that is not out of the question i mean see vessel aisha's has problems but they've seen what having a show like star trek can do for it uh and i think that is a viable thing from that if he gets the point where they are being outnumbered by disney of decisions and they just can't do anything about it i don't see why nbc at by comcast would stay if they can just leaving and give hulu to disney meaningless got well millions of drivers at last count i believe in and that's a law but it's not it's not like it's natural to two hundred million it's not like okay will this is basically the only streaming service that kind of matters in our addeds it's i'm interested to see what they plan to do once disney does get him because there are a couple of avenues open to them the one thing that that they'll have to consider though is that they have already put a lot of resources into hulu i mean a lot of nbc shows our exclusive to hulu they just did a big they've done a couple of big deals this year one for this is us and one four uh willing greatness so you know they could decide to go start their own service but those deals they can't just pull their content off of hulu tomorrow they'd have to wait for those deals to expire and they're probably multiyear deals so that could be one thing that will keep them in the hulu business for a little while longer is that they've already pumped a lot of resources into that business succeed are going to wonder to with um one of the french comcast is probably thinking use what is disney one who you to be and if disney wants who to grow as a streaming service with a particular target audience in a particular demographic in mind it's possible that comcast will say.

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