17 Burst results for "Connie Mack"
"connie mack" Discussed on Business Wars
"Senator connie mack who greets personally high ignacio. It's crazy hot out. There isn't it. You guys from fort myers can't take the humidity Congressman cuban people are used to the kind of weather. Mac is one of the leading castro opponents in congress. He's also a big beneficiary of bacardi's political donations..
"connie mack" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Easy to X Y X. Signed John and whisk Owen War The BLEEP show with Big 10 football Right now, I will talk about the believe show involving Big 10 football with Dan Wentzel the top of the hour. It is a BLEEP show. And I hate to say it, but Nebraska is in the middle of that believe show. Talk about a believe show, Tony LaRussa. Hired by the White Sox. Are you kidding me with that? That's definitely one of my topics. Tony LaRussa. I was hired by the White Sox in 1979 said. There are managers in baseball right now that weren't even born then. And they hired this guy to Madge them said. Connie Mack didn't want any of that is going to bring Wilbur Wood with him. Tony LaRussa, and even worse is the reason for doing so. Wells in the 10 80 tweets. James Kelly gets big head bets. Alvin gets the week That was an a spooky mix. When can I get another segment? I have some really awesome stories signed writ. I've heard rich stories. None of them were awesome. He's got lots of stories. I'm pretty puny right about now. And one from a lady clone. Hi, Jim. I know it's a little early, but happy. No shave. November regards Portland Woman and Rachel's back. Come on, Rachel, Shave your back. Ashley in Nebraska War Lady clones, She wrote that she war lady cloned herself. No shave November Signed Rachel's back in Portland. Woman. Come on, Rachel, Shave your back. Ugo Ashley. What's up? Like I said, Ashley is the next big thing among Lady clones when we come back, Jim Trotter joins me. Jan Wetzel's so two of the best journals in the business, Jim Trotter, Dan Wetzel and America's tight end Harrison Bryant..
"connie mack" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"New May I thought that was a goof. Just try try to get him some publicity that is trying to buy a team someplace. We talked about it on the air, and that's what you're you're theorizing that Ryan star just put his name out there to increase his credit. But no, it's serious. This is not an April Fool's joke. The Sox hiring the 76 year old Tony LaRussa, he could run for president at that age America lawyers Day may hire a 77 year old You're on the country. Why can't a 76 year old make out a lineup card? But should you know? Should a 76 year old man be putting on a baseball uniform? Remember Connie Mack? He would wear a suit. You are stressed. Like John Howlett. Doug. He wore a suit and tie. I saw Connie Mack. In Philadelphia. When I was a young child, he was still managing back in those days, and my dad told me at that time, see how he dresses. That's what you want to emulate. Right there exactly. In July. It's 100 degrees. You are a nice wool suit out there. That's right. That's right. But let me ask you did totally were said, with all due respect to him. Did he not save his money? That's funny. I mean, really did he not does not have a nest egg? I don't Maybe maybe he's just bored and he wants to work again. He's 76. You know, 70 is the new fifties. They said, doesn't Tony on a car dealership someplace in name? You know, just a name. You don't have to run it right? All these guys have car dealerships, right? You're telling me worked in baseball for over 50 years and didn't put enough away that When he's 76 years old. He doesn't have to come back to town and manage a team 100. Well, who knows how many games? Yeah, Major League Baseball will be next year. But just for me, I have some tape of him meeting the Meeting.
"connie mack" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Chicago Native Michael Wilbon Post up with Waddell and Sylvie on ESPN Chicago Michael, Let's start with our Bears or possibly R white sacks. What would you rather have in Chicago, Vivian Bell with the Bears? Tony LaRussa with white sacks. I listen. I told you something. I don't know what to think of that. I mean, we just talked about that on the I and I mean, it's like Connie Mack. I mean, you know, I don't want our spirits on the roof of one of the great history of baseball, and it started. He was like a 36 year old manager. We got to the White Sox. Bright I don't know. I mean, how much when I was strengthen energy doesn't take the management. Anyone have that at 76 years old? I don't know. They never could have gotten rid of him when they did that whole carols. Specifically or Jerry's for letting him do it. Just like you know, letting Ah A certain Bulls general manager do some of the stuff he wanted to do, and I don't know. Libyan Bill. I have hesitation there. I physically especially having lost chord from the rest of the year. Let me have Bill could help the Bears. But if you know you guys have everything you want Antonio Brown. L No, I don't want Antonio Brown. Do I think that Livia Bell in big of troublemakers and around? No And you have the Jets are largely to blame. For what didn't go right there. Yes. Um Adam gays and with executives involved them in the car. It's all clownish. But the jet It's a clown show. No. I think Levi on Bell is the antics of the Bears are foreign one. If you can add a threat offensively, right, like he was in Pittsburgh. Then, to me, that seems to be the way to go. I don't know The White Sox are ready to live. We saw them be the number one seed with 12 days left in the season. They're ready to Lynn and controlling the route will be that I don't know, like I know that a lot of times there is a collaborative effort. I mean being the general manager's air given The ability to make decisions, but a lot of cases they talkto ownership. Is. Is this a situation where you think that this is purely the owner's decision? And if this was the decision, they went with that Ric Kahn in some ways would have been undermined as the general manager. I can't believe will be recalled. Nor Khun Witt mean Jerry rise has been quite a day for 40 plus years. And so this has to be a decision and by the way I understand it. I do. Now. He came close to this once before with a similar situation with duck out, right, And then he and Doug decided. Okay, we We want this friendship. Friendship was more important than just a coaching. And I applaud both of them for coming to that realization, I, you know. I don't make any bones about being normal. Ever gonna apologize to be in a south side born and raised kids in the company? But I admire Jerry Rise doors. I really, really, really like Jerry Rice. He joked about things a little bit of fun of me for being a cup fan. But whenever there is, they're often community reason. You know, culture of the South. I reasons that Jerry rise door. Has reached out to me or had his lieutenants reached out to me. And all the time it's been. Hey, listen, if you don't want to do this, I'm like no, I always want to do this. I always want to do it so I may be a cup fan. I mean, Gerry, rise over somebody who I just recognized being one of the most important People on the Southside of Chicago in the last 40. Plus years. Here's what doesn't make sense. I'm sorry. Go ahead. Finish up your thought. No, no, no, I want to get out. I want here. That's because Waddle and I just can't believe this story and where it's gone. We thought at first, it was just some Sided way. Well, can so this well, But here's what doesn't make sense to me. The white sacks made this big decision three or four years ago that we're not gonna let The stuff that we used to love in the past dictate the future. So no matter how much we love Chris sale, we're going to cut bait with him. No matter how much we love, Robin Ventura, we're going to cut it with him. The old way of doing business is not gonna work for us, and it's all worked all the new way. The Yung Wei wei and now they want to go back in time. 40 years. None of that makes any sense to me well. You have to fit in the 1000 of them. Make any sense. I mean, a zoo rule, right? I mean and I hear what you're saying. That's about to look, They've done it right, You know, talk about the Bulls, having built the writing twice and failed tries because he had to go abroad. Right. Socks would have run this twice. You know, the 2 2005 cash in. They didn't build the right team. You know what 11 12 when they thought they had that didn't work, but this one seems on the verge of working. And I like you When I heard it. I was like, okay, so they'll flirt with that for a little while, but I'm really gonna do it. And then you know, you see the secondary reports. The second wave of reporting just it can I mean, I I really I really don't know what you think..
"connie mack" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Know, you'd still be in the force. Absolutely. Who you tell him? Um, So if you're unfamiliar with Tucson obviously is a huge Air Force base there. Davis Monthan Air Force Base on it was right around the corner from where I where I lived. And actually, my high school was where a lot of the kids went to school. So weighed a lot of military brats. Quote unquote were on our football team, so we would have a great running back one year and the next day. You know, the next year they was gone, right? Yeah, that happened all the time. But Yeah, You know, I mean, it was big. I was big sports player in high school big into football. For sure. I didn't really play peewee football at all. And so like, I was always kind of baseball player. Literally, You know all that kind of stuff, Connie Mack, but football as soon as I got my hands on it, and as soon as I got that intensity and just that camaraderie that team like just cracking heads and practice like It just really start. I started to lose the baseball field and I wanted to play football. I wanted to play the junior college. I wanted to play the U of a whoever would take me but unfortunately, things didn't go that way. That way. When I graduated at 18, you know, I took a little shot at going up to Ah Community College in on Phoenix, but it didn't work out. It's a long story, but s so I kind of panicked and I was like, You know what? I grew up. There was some guys that live next to me that we're in the air Force at Davis Monthan. All those guys ever did was talk about how weekends off on holidays and painting this beautiful picture to me when I was 18 years old, and I just needed some structure in my life, and I needed some guidance and I needed a way forward. I said, You know what, man? Those guys were living good. I want to go live good, too. So that's what I did on. Uh, I took off for Lachlan Did boot camp and whatnot and try to go overseas. It didn't happen, so I ended up with my first base. In Omaha, Nebraska, Nebraska. There you go. 18.
"connie mack" Discussed on Alchemy This
"She's use sir. What personal items you bring that. I may use to contact those on the other side. A knife knife noted this belong to belong to my son's but they share this knife belong to two of your son. Two of my sons shed this knife. They are both no longer with us. Sweetheart did you want to participate in the I feel like oh I feel like it would be a set but I did in case it was I brought your wedding. Gown brought your wedding gown. I thought maybe we don't maybe if you can get this anything you can say it now. Okay well I just wanted to bring something important and everybody was bringing important things. Okay very good wedding dress talking to understand how this works or not. I don't know say says it's hurting. Can we all hold hands Napalese steps right? Can I may way. I'm sorry I'm late. I'm sorry Wait what's going on. I don't know I'm late. I'm sorry I'm late invitation to the sales. Well I did. A young boy knocked on my door and he handed a little letter inside. Said Um There's GonNa be a science bring a nabbed young Alma so I decided to make my way over. Okay okay. Did you supposed to be kind of a boys night guys night? My Wife's only who she runs the sites well surely we can make room for this woman. Clearly in white are probably another witch Now before we get started Please I'm just again. I'm sorry I'm late. I don't mean to come in here laying. It's Jay vegetables. Did you bring your? I did this too key for my grandfather's book room. He he loved his locked all his book. Legend has it that the key. That's I'm late. Can we go around and say your names for me please? You who brought the comb. What is your name Cornelius mcgillicuddy Helius Cornelius. Connie Mack Connie Mack and you sir who brought the crucifix. Amt Hampton Hampton Hampton Arrogant Harrigan. We've only well. He said it thirty times. The witches are getting in my brain. They say Connie Mack and Herrington. And you Sir. Who brought the one knife? Yes your name please. Okay so you make it up actually. I'm watching the importance of given name. I was advising impression. This is an anonymous sort of okay. Very well you'LL BE MR x for the rest of the we all give names his with Connie Matt Harrington Missouri. I mean this is. This is already. We've already passed the names if this is supposed reginald eggs through okay reginald eggs ex you dick sweetheart. Did you want to tell you your name? My name is Bennigan's okay and brought everybody together. I know and you miss me. Yes you oh well. My Name is candy. Sugar lacouture candy Likud no judgment a lovely name at him now. We all saw seriously just back and forth until hold hands way or stain. Your intention altogether now. Who Do you want to speak to you today? Go faster talking mother who everybody everybody. Everybody will come back. What Joe. Bob Hope to Egypt to monitors. Connie code is there. You Mother's she's she's been taken over by. I've seen his mother. Yes yes it's me pants. Down time to speak your booty applauded. What did I do mother? Own duty nobody knows that. You're the reason why I don. It's Oh ooh punish me mother. Punish me mother. We're back sway harder. My God there was so therapeutic hitting you. How did you feel booty? Heron me you know who have yes totally. You love me home. My God my. It's it's my fencing instructor. Toby you love me. Tell me you felt what I felt while we train. I guess I did. I don't know to Spank your with this. Pull your pants down. You need to be punished to have superior. Golly wins which is Xi. Wasn't my mother would stories. Spirits just gonNA spank coincident sway sway. Well we knew that because you were talking normally again. How do you disconnect? I hope would carry Daddy Daddy. Why did you give us one nine? Why only one knife father? We wanted our own life. This is different boys. I don't know what's happening is disturbing. You've brought my boys back to me. And why for what reason are the did would they spanked my booty. Eddie we miss you miss you father. I'm sorry a both dead. I shouldn't have given either one of you. The knife shed knife was mostly. Pull your parents go through the spanking? I guess just because it weird device to sorry how is yours banking me. Not The weird way. It's because we don't want these. Are Your Kids Dallas? Put on your pants. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA spank. You've got to be punished and rather not as we've all done it. Those are my three testicles. Have again that's why it's called. God they do okay. I'll just after all. I'm forty one years old. That would you call spanking women? Ding try a little harder. Yes keep trying and we're back. We're back swaying. Where have you been? You're late again? You're talking to me. No no she. She's talking to candy local. You're late again for Bible with it. Who has this? I don't know who the Father Francis you don't know who it is. I just I don't know how the France Father Francis is someone from the other. Somebody come back looking for you by name and you don't know who days is this for me for you candy. I I don't know a father. Francis Parents Down Candy. What yes candy. You should pull your pants down which makes sense out for my pants down because I think I might go for the fresh. Let's all pretty much down that real everybody pull your pants down candy. Don't be frightened by the three Justin. I mean it's it's disturbing but it's not Friday were wow your pants backup Why Are you wearing pants candy? I ride horses and Okay Good Enough. Good enough answer. Well thank you. For arranging the SEANCE. That was a unbelievable experience. Wow felt show connected with the spirits and justice. It was weird we never use. The wedding dress was that something were. I think it got messed up with that girl. Candy came I have to me. Well you were late. I'm sorry I'm late. I'm sorry I was lay no ono what I'm feeling something. So this is where she co which she just disappeared is does she smoke by. It's just disappear. Where did wife go your wife the witch disappeared? She's not a witch me learning Biwako. She turned into chicken. This chicken stop my wife particularly. We're not gonNA sleep with the chicken vinegar. That chicken looks like your wife. Dicusss have sex with the chicken now now that even if it was my wife. Okay well now just I think to speak and I'll take it as consent So I have a table for two table for to you to the together. Yeah this is my wife. Please don't make weird so your wife visit chicken. Know what happened to that. A Italian man. Okay so you and the company well yes. This is my wife. She's it's an animal forces. What is called how long how long is the way tonight is going to be bad to me. So you this problem. Komo MIA one of the finest neighbors who have in Ajoy Will be your his name. Anyway that's why the restaurant's called Bennigan's and we have these old timey photos on the walls and why we always serve chicken Just started with some help poppers.
"connie mack" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Any living players former players that played under Connie Mack and we found that there's only two yeah two players that played under Connie Mack but the funny thing is we also found out in that same research that there is only one player still alive former player still alive from the nineteen forty two season which was the first year of baseball digest while wow and that player is the oldest living former major leaguer and urology all my gosh oh my gosh by the way you know with a lot of free time on my hands I've gone back to reading and I'm always looking for something to read and I just online purchase the baseball game I'll never forget which is advertised in this current issue I think you had it in there before two fifty major leaguers recall their finest moments it I've just begun it and I know it's going to be very difficult to put down so again I mean the the value added here what you got Rick is unbelievable while I can even stop that because we we might have talked about this last time but you know through July fifteenth you can have free access to our archive which has every issue every page every issue of baseball digest from nineteen forty two through two thousand nineteen the only year that is not yet on the archive is this current year and you can do to sign up for that for free by simply going to baseball digest dot com forward slash free well yeah I and and I did take advantage of that and it's it's wonderful there's so many great stories you find so many of them in baseball digest and the other in order to talk about here about this current issue is is you know this this whole thing about on players in automated balls or strikes and this and that no I'm a purist Europe I know your purest I'm I'm not embracing that quite so much in from the gist of the article and you quote cost is in there and and everything else but it almost seems like there needs to be a little more thought put into this would you not agree that they thought needed here I think that was the again I think that was the point of the article that I don't know why there's this rush to bring in this automated strikes on you know you always have people and I won't mention any names with you know who are advocates for certain things I mean it goes far beyond an automated strike zone but I think the worst line uttered in baseball is the most important thing is to get it right well the most important thing is that this is entertainment and we're stripping away so much of the entertainment value we've taken you know arguing with umpires completely out of out of the game you don't usually see that at all I liked it it was you know maybe people will say well are grown men should be arguing with each other throwing their captain kicking dirt well you know I mean you know people shouldn't be hitting each other with chairs but the W. W. E. is very successful yes so you know we're stripping away so much of what the main we're taking the human element out of the game and based on the the employer's job just because fans can see the ball was a hair outside or you know they're not missing a gregis calls so I don't really see the need for it and as Bob Costas pointed out in the future you know how to how do we know that there's not going to be unintended consequences I mean you know how quickly the number going to be able to call a strike one of the commissioner over the president of the Atlantic league says it's instantaneous justice just as quick I I can't believe that I don't believe that for a minute either it's a great article Mike bird you know wrote a good guest to this program based in Florida so here we are we're we're entering may here very shortly we thank Rick I've I've heard this three this three zero Texas Arizona Florida plan I think nothing moves until it's it's it's from a health standpoint a really wise to do so but what do you think about that were you would S. as in Sam east coast time zone central time zone west coast time zone in and basically keep teams on their own you know their own game plans we think about that well I think it's going to be something that we're not used to it I mean it's going to change I mean can you'll see something else you'll be at a different sorry but you know put out there next week if there's just so many scenarios.
"connie mack" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To the Philadelphia aids we all know about the famous nineteen twenty seven Yankees but Connie Mack he put together some great teams and had some outstanding players and how did you get this assignment and how did you learn all about those Philadelphia is well I have the office actually called me when the baseball guys called me and said you did he heard baseball historians say that the greatest baseball team of all time might not have been the nineteen twenty seven Yankees which was more famous they were out of York they had all of the publicity but it might have been the ninety twenty nine Philadelphia athletics which won the World Series and and so they said would you be interested in looking into this and I said sure that sounds like a good one and so I started talking to have what I call the the the the Major League Baseball the main office and I said I did I need to know how many layers are alive still who played at nineteen twenty seven in the American League and I got a list of about twenty or thirty guys who are still around did the peace in the early nineteen nineties so the World Series was a twin center is important about sixty years earlier sixty five years earlier add I started well I went down the list I started visiting these guys around the country and of that World Series in nineteen twenty nine both teams of Chicago Cubs and the Philadelphia athletics of all the guys who played in that World Series were on the roster there was one guy left alive and his name was William bush who was a shortstop for the Chicago Cubs he was twenty two at the time in nineteen does twenty nine was to the twenty two so he was born I guess guess about nineteen oh seven and now here it is the early nineteen nineties and but he's close to ninety years old and I went to see him in a little town called Newark Ohio he was living on the woody English alley in Mexico and I sat with his living room he I got he's he told me he'd see me that when I got to town I called me said I can't see I said what we have come all the way from from New York systems to see what what you said you'd see me said well my wife just passed away we've been married for sixty five years and I said oh I'm so sorry and many thought about he said but wanted to come over he said that it will be okay so I came over to his house he lived in this little tiny house at the end of this alley at the work Ohio and we sat and talked for an hour and a half I taped he described I I'd had about all of the come to the games and so I could remind him what happened and he with his memory was just flawless and told me all about lefty Grove with Jimmy fox and all the great Philadelphia players and how good they were and there was one famous game work the phase scored a ton of runs and won the game and I went to old newspapers at the library of Congress I was living in Washington DC at the at the time as I still do and I went to the library Congress and I looked up all the papers that covered that series the New York Tribune New York times Philadelphia Inquirer and I read all of the contemporary accounts written by people about that World Series and I microphone and really got into it and then talk to all these players who played against these guys a member one guy tell me that the Jimmy fox was a boy was it was really thought both the big home run hitter in those days of the group got all the publicity but fox was really a home run hitter and he hit powering along the whole bridge he hit one off of what lefty Gomez the Yankees and and it hit so far into the upper Dickey AT stadium with Beth broke up a wooden seat it hit the back of its associate broker and he many years later lefty was watching television with his wife and and they were watching men walk on the moon and one day I reached down and picked up object on the moon the moon it looks like a white object of some sort and let the rice I wonder what that is HM he said that's a home run the fax it off the achy stadium it's great that the humor anyway it that you know that was a real fun story to do and I got letters full L. Simmons one of the great Philadelphia players a bucket for now and he his granddaughter wrote me a letter after the piece came out because it was on the cover ran on the cover the magazine okay the cover picture was al Simmons hitting a baseball and what I think the headline was lost to history the team that nobody remembers because they're a lot there because I got overshadowed by the Yankees you know that's where all of the publicity came out over the communications capital of the world is New York New York teams always get more publicity than any place else and this team was really lost in history I want to see Shirley Povich who was then the retired sports editor of The Washington Post who covered the twenty nine the Yankees in cover that World Series and he was in his nineties at the time and I sat with him at his house it is a part of it is in the Washington DC and he described that the he said that might have been the greatest team of all time he said nobody knows this but them telling you what a great team was left the girl was the pitcher he was a stopper what a great a great catcher Mickey Cochran who is noted for being in Detroit but actually was with the ace in Somers greatest achievements yeah I was a great great baseball team which I'm with bill nack and we've covered some different topics let's get into horse racing because you wrote about a person that was an outstanding jockey and I also thought it was an outstanding person to be around in the years that I spent with them and that's the issue we'll show yeah how did you decide that you could write something unique you know when you when you are signed these I assume you got to try to find a different angle that hasn't been written or develop a a personality that people don't know that maybe a silent shoe actually has a sense of humor yeah it was great it was would you know when I came to the magazine and seventy nine I started going up to the race track in the mid nineteen fifties in Chicago Arlington park and Washington Park and every summer of my youth the Jackie the double booked at the Jockey war that went on in Chicago who's going to lead the the big meetings in Chicago was built heart attack and bill shoemaker they wrote against each other every summer of nineteen fifty five fifty six fifty seven fifty eight fifty nine Calumet farm was there Claiborne farmers are a lot of the big stables was there Dixiana they were all there and in those Jackie does two riders were terrific and I remembered bill for many years watching him ride in Chicago and when I when I got to the magazine in nineteen seventy nine I said I'd say a couple years later built it kind of disappeared he just you know he he was at the do it like he's like he had been yeah but he he suddenly had a they have a mountain spectacular bid in nineteen eighty but in nineteen seventy nine I said that the operation I'm kind of like to do a piece on bill shoemaker I see the sort of disappeared they set all we've got him to death I said yeah but I said he's really kind of disappeared and now it's coming back he's right the source spectacular bid and and I said he's really made a comeback let's do is come back and they finally said okay do it see if we get anything known on earth we've got everything so I went out to California and I sat with him for several days I watched a bride we had dinner at his house his wife Cindy she was pregnant at the time with his first natural child and I started talking to the traders who noted over the years and it and it it really turned out to be a good story and one of the things that made it was it always years we heard that he was we have heard that he was put that he was born so prematurely we'd like to two and a half pounds that he was put in a shoe box and it is an incubator is that small add I said the bill one time I said that by the way if you ever see your Daddy said bow never see him as a what about your mother she's still around he said yeah she's alive and I said you know I've read everything I've written virtually everything read about written about you and I said I've never read anything about your mother I've never cedar quoted anywhere he said she was over and out near riverside California she was in a trailer park and she was older much older bill at the time was fifty five I think and she was sixteen when he was born so sixty or so she was interest well into her seventies and so I said could you give me your number and he did so I called her and she invited me after trailer park I sat with her and a friend of hers for a couple hours and she told me every detail about bill's birth and it never been published anywhere so is he really put in the oven in that shoe box he was put in a shoe box they lit a fire in the little hope a little wonders stole and they put him out the door to keep four eighty six it it it the his mother is the ruby and she said he looked like a drowned rat he had this little body with his hands like claws and he had a big forehead here and it just took awhile yeah I'm here I'm here no I said I'm here I'm just enjoying the story okay anyway I could barely hear you but and so he was put on the on the door and he was there for for like a day and he finally made a sound the doctor didn't think he lives he said are that that single never live well that's amazing that does sometimes the stories or myths and this was the two story absolutely a true story yeah and that not only talked a route that I talked to her to her mother I think she was also there at the time she was still alive so they both described.
"connie mack" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"You're listening attempt was neutral him with a loser line but I think ultimately he wins that battle here's another message next message Hey Justin if I guess you're not going to call me sent a couple weeks and it it's your loss okay by Connie Mack your life I'm fine I have moved on but you could still call me if you want I will do that recently too it's like I've never talk to you again three months later gonna tax Hey man hi what happened you know one you know what she tried to be strong for like that split I believe her own life picture like about to hit the button on her phone to end the call now stop into the back of her okay come your life not a member you get the listener line phone number it's really easy I have to do is text the word loser L. O. S. E. R. to seven eight five nine two next message Hey Melanie it's this call may need the other night I remember you were saying that like maybe you and your friends wanted to come over and hang out and I could show you my mind I've worked in that I was telling you about Mike down to do that one of you guys want I've actually got him right here right now I'll get just Polish them if you guys are free tonight or whatever it's pretty cool I've got like this like really sharp one right here I'm not sure what kind it is this is really sharp I've got I just got myself it is cool I mean I guess that one was actually kind of sharp which is called the testament to how awesome these knives are you the house is theirs the only people that like what you see blood you you pass out you just blood out hello we have the number for nine one one instead of just lose line.
"connie mack" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"With Connie Mack you Bella to launch a new fifty six million dollar find their goal is to work with founders to form new start ups as well as early seed stage investing joining us now the man himself C. Jiang talking about this new sort of bigger find if you will how it compares to the earlier versions sure secure dentures I started in two thousand fourteen in San Francisco it was really a small seed angel fund with just me and and some personal capital over the years have gotten lucky backing some really amazing founders saw this really big problems in transportation logistics crypto currency to centralize systems I even sort of looking at market places like post mates and posh mark and and style see there was to learn so that one there's always great scene stage founders looking to bring capital into to to speed up on their journey is also another situation where we saw in my partner who was at a prior venture fund before saw this as a as a seed investor himself was at there are a lot of problems out there that are born to solve world and we don't want to wait for for start ups to exist so that we can back here more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings yeah headlines breaking news twenty four hours a day business flash from Bloomberg European headquarters.
"connie mack" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To get to that next level bridge bank gets it they understand they'll Marie Sheetal Cordova chuan Rebecca Esperanza que everybody work with over there they do a great job SO bridge bank all over the bay area I've worked in Oakland than others San Francisco and San Jose as well let us go to Rick in Washington state Rick ate away can be our go ahead. go ahead Rick. all right put wreck on hold will come back to regret about John and after this John how are yeah. find more yet ready to talk to you I'd like to lower the bar on the two thousand winds how many wins do we need to get ahead of the next the winningest coach of all time I mean you know well I don't think we're that far behind well both she needs two thousand and he'll be one of the eleven managers I think to get to two thousand Leo zero sure would be next at about two thousand eight or nine I forget the number but then there's significant people ahead of that and then you go to Connie Mack who owned the team imagine for fifty years and one like thirty seven hundred games so if poaching gets the two thousand I think that'll be that'll be great to come. it would be but who's writing here which right now we are there sure I guess it probably two thousand eight or nine okay all right I I'm I'm I'm I miss cue that I'm sorry but not as good colors you had great colors are hard acts to follow well everyone has an opinion you know that. there is no right or wrong answer we just like. okay what is the state both the hard place and so is it Marty Lurie never that comes Marty is going to be tough to replace enjoy your show thank you Marty. do you all right Rick in Washington state I think is back online here Rick what's up with you. my area is Paula judgment if the mute button so that's fine now we're fine you round with Allie Josh RAF we're all here. AFP briefly on Anderson met middle relief is. he just dial I think more than starting yeah it was good in college anchors a big time closer and collagen you know you can you throw a look if you lay the ball and and you put it right over the plate in your in you don't have your command of the fourth in a you get killed this guy just has to come in and throw that ninety five ninety six with the slider and and I hate to say it but it's like hunter Strickland in many ways except these got better command that's what he reminds me of and that I love hunter Strickland but. look the like Strickland but he he but the guy who knows balls going. right is that make it annoys Josh what is that. no okay I heard some be some beeping like ET call home go ahead Rick now John energy stand alone is on ESPN the cardinals are thirty three and sixteen since the all star break that have a nearly half they plan Washington got killed today but they're right up there with him with Anthony rent to own and Soto and this cardinal team boy they they play great defense great outfield defense and got to the bullpen a little bit today they got to get a a ghost of course do bond hit the home run and then Miller had the walk and all of a sudden here comes belt and got it and you know they they way I forget who is doing it Dave Flemming or whoever said I was listening said he's gonna throw slider again he's throwing it again and bill just took it and I said boy how come we knew that build yeah. yeah I was I thought of that so frustrating so eight outfield situation next year I think to a large gotta be a mainstay distant defense alone yeah. I've exam I think us leave wherein texted me before he may be the first center field and lead the team in home run since Willie Mays but I thought maybe Bobby bonds of maybe led the team when years a center fielder I don't know but I'm with you the large got to come back in I'm not real sold right now on flickr cinerea the hot streak but as you know that come through and have those hot streaks and you notice minute you know hopefully it'll turn around I I think Yassin Slater you know Neal bit more power but you know I think they're both manageable out there Duggar I I need any kind of Wally kicked out of the situation good me but you don't know you know the we don't know what jail in Davis brings to the table we don't know what Eliot Rameau's is going to bring to the table so those guys eventually you're going to be the new core I think if Davis is the real deal we have never seen a majorly pitch yet so who knows but what they say that looks like a hundred bishop that's probably your core of when the giants turned around that's going to be your core out feel that not necessarily strips you Dickerson or pull our they're good for now but ultimately these other guys are going to take over. a few years ago there was the bread will and Adam devolved to know so much promise never turned out you know that sort of thing so yeah Hey I appreciate Rick thank you I am Marty one last thing sure is seriously living up here can you let the confiding appear from time to time yeah but he's got such a low profile that he's not the beloved figure and end up here that he is down there you know local taverns got a picture of the magazine comes in there a couple times a year you know when that we haven't heard from his dad at all in a couple of years he used to call in all the time and run it to him every once in awhile all right but that one the love down here and we love to see him. each little skate skater had on in and around pioneer square I guess he's got a a condo thirteen stories above down there somewhere and just when I think you know the whole building. all right thanks guys have been I think you all right Jerry it's an omen Jerry go head into a cambiar. a money Hey. yeah you really bring a lot of pleasure to our lives I really appreciate your work thank you so much it's been a long weekend but you know as I said before with Allie and Carmen and and Adam and Josh yeah fish and rap for the RAF and I've been doing this for fifteen years and it. what real nice along the weekend goes for us but when you say things like that it makes me feel good so thank you well I really appreciate it Hey listen although I was gonna say was I personally I I like Bruce Bochy as a person but I think you should be retired about three years ago they just as an exhibit the energy and leadership I think the other managers do and I think the same thing about Posey and bell their body language is. and well I don't see how they're not what is your book I let me take this on because we were going to run out of time and I want to develop just a little bit with you Belton Posey are that's who they are and you're not going to get them to be anything else when there's when the moment happens they can they be exuberant and get get crazy about it but on overall basis they don't do it I think you're way off of both G. Boettcher I think is a great leader he's got that Lou brown that Major League look to amend the voice and everything else he protects his players to to the nth degree which is which is great to see for a manager of the game's change a little bit he's got to work with Farhan is supposed to bright Sabian so that's different but I I think he's had a great career I really do and I'm glad he won World Series he's gonna have two thousand wins twenty five years and it's all say this jerk it's it's speaks for itself. I know you had a great career but I I think he's burned out I I think Posies burned out I think belt is on their productivity shows that Marty. look how I think we have fifteen or twenty more wins look at those guys get out the just roll the ball out his second two short or or belt he takes so damn it he calls for eggs well the. people go back and forth on him so well let's save that for another day but well okay how this thing ends up its member is a lot of kids to watch play in let let's focus on that and then let Farhad do its thing you know in far Hon we trust and let him go over the winter and then bring this thing back to respectability and they've had a good year if they've over achieve that and here we are at September and people are still talking baseball and and thinking about it so I like it I appreciated spent exciting it's been exciting yeah well I'll let you go money thanks stay healthy yeah I will thank you so much let's say a wrap it up with Chuck it lake port Chuck it away can be our go ahead. hi you guys have a great crew there. I just wanted to say I've been a lifelong giants fan which monitors game in sixty eight no on a single state. in just a couple of quick points to you come in off the air because any short on time yeah well the only hitters that hurts religious knowledge as Dickerson Pelor they all came from somewhere else. the coaches of the triple a guide you through all of this now I just think it needs to be changed in the coach there it's been three years since David hit your regular well it's not usually guys it's the coming through the minors and that's the that's getting the players to the miners who can hit there yet and that's the difference yeah that intelligence well they didn't have the players in the minor leagues and they had not they they had nobody to develop Duggar was a big deal but yeah they won the World Series with kids who came through them the the system the same coaches Hensley mule ins and everybody else and they won three World Series now the new crop is coming and let's see what they look like when will they get here Joey bart Rameau's hundred bishop. Galen Miller you know of Jaylen Davis and you know all these people who knows when they'll get here and when they do let's see have a hit let's see what they do. okay my last slide it is the next manager on the line taking care and Keren stat he played for the angels of two thousand two World Series and for our high and interviewed him from the. all of these games Roberts eventually got he's an analytics guy he retired from Nebraska right near. what do you think why not yeah I I think you you have someone who will get an interview along with Eric Chavez in probably role of Bonnie is and who knows who else but the yeah I'm sure that on our hands thinking along those lines and you know as long as Ron lotus is part of it I think that's the key thing is to maintain that the continuity of the generations of San Francisco baseball with the guy who loves San Francisco who knows the game cold can relate to everybody he is the analytical guy because he sets every defense and I think well it's.
"connie mack" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Charged with sale of water and. Sara for on and even the FBI was on him. And. Was there. Because he played for Connie Mack, and I wanted to know about Connie Mack and. Agreed and. Bound up being a fascinating interview, here the entire day and really opened up. Enjoyed the opportunity to talk baseball in the midst of all his troubled, and he just opened up and, and told some wonderful stories, and I think is probably my favorite interview in the book, terrific. And I got to meet fares Fain. I went up there a couple players took me up there, I feign for folks in the bay area. I know it's Sunday morning was sit back and just the learn a little bit about this baseball history in the bay area verse fame played for the seals he was born. I think maybe walnut creek. You play the San Francisco seals. And after you've paid four years in the Pacific coast league in the forties. You're eligible to be drafted by a so-called major league team. And of course, fares Thane played four years for the seals and was a tremendous hitter. And then he was drafted by the old Philadelphia Lennox and Connie Mack was the manager welfare. Spain was was a very outgoing straightforward kind of guy and Connie Mack in those days were starched collar and he was in already in his eighties. And here comes ferris Fain from San Francisco to sort of clash a little bit with Connie Mack. Well faint turned out to be a great hitter. A great fielder. Not a power hitter, but he led the American League in hitting twice his double play combination sort of Crawford panic and belt was juice to suited a Fain and they set the record for the most double plays. It still held. In major league history. But he ended up being his knees were bad his career ended. And he had all sorts of physical problems, and ended up as Norman says selling marijuana and going to jail for it. He was actually in prison for and then on parole. So I got up there to see him and had the same experience. Norman did an amazing man to hear him. Tell the stories of left deal dual at San Francisco baseball. So the book is called they played the game. Norman mocked is the author m h Norman give me another one. Another player that you that you interview that you that you enjoyed. Anyone player? Opportunity. Spend the weekend with. Talking. Would be Ted Williams. Away and. Unforgettable character..
"connie mack" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I'm going to tell you about a celebration that occurred right here in Philadelphia at shy park, seventy years ago today to honor the great baseball, man and patriarch of the Philadelphia athletics. Cornelius, mcgillicuddy, or is he was commonly known as Connie Mack on this date back in nineteen forty one then Pennsylvania governor, Arthur, h James signed a Bill officially making may seventeenth Connie Mack day, and the state of Pennsylvania, and this was the first time, the state had bestowed that honor on a sports figure. So this made that days tribute a big deal and the list of dignitaries in attendance reflected that some of those in attendance that day on the corner of twentieth and Lee high include the Commissioner of baseball at the time. Judge Kennesaw mountain Landis. As well as countless team, presidents managers and players from the Boston Braves. Pittsburgh, Pirates and Washington senators but probably the most impressive thing about that day in my mind was the laundry list of former players that showed up to honor, their former skipper some of those in attendance that day included Ed remedial, Amos, Strunk rupaul bird lefty, grove and many, many more. Now, one thing that was scheduled to happen. But didn't that day was the formal name change from sky park to Connie Mack stadium, Connie Mack, insisted that the first concrete and steel ballpark in the country maintained, the family name out of respect for the entire family that would finally change in nineteen fifty three when a plaque was invaded commemorating the name change at one of the final tributes, for the grand old man of the national game all told Connie Mack would manage the Philadelphia for the clubs. I fifty seasons starting in nineteen. Oh, one before retiring at the age of eighty seven before the nineteen. Fifty season. In addition to that Mack was at least part, owner of the as from nineteen o one through nineteen fifty four remarkable MAC was the first manager major league history to win the World Series three times. And he is the only manager in history to win consecutive World Series is twice doing in nineteen ten and nineteen eleven then again in twenty nine and nineteen.
"connie mack" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Moments here. We'll meet an MS thirteen gang member at the bottom of the hour. President Trump's topic onomic adviser and also the head of the National Economic Council. Larry cudlow is with us even the New York Times had to admit today. If you're an American tax payer, you probably got a tax cut last year. And there's a good chance, you don't believe it. And then it goes on to say, not even one in ten households actually got the tax increase, meaning the houses that are ready paid the taxes. They keep paying so benefited those people that need it the most. Yes, pretty good article by Tankersley, Jim Texas, pretty good reporter, actually, and I don't know what it is this view that people don't like tax cuts or people didn't get the tax cuts. I mean, let the center right of center roughly seventy percent of people got tax cuts. We doubled the standards adoption. And you know, we did some good social Paul. We built up the child tax credit, for example, double the Senate running out of time. Why what about the debt issue? Well, the best way to deal with debt, my friend, grow the economy to its max. And then try to limit government best. You can I like to. I like the Connie Mack penny plan or the Trump five nickel plan. I gotta run. All right. Larry cudlow. Thank you. Appreciate it was still watching this disaster unfold in in Paris of fire inflames, the eight hundred seventy year old Notre Dame cathedral. We'll have more on that. And you meet a gang MS thirteen gang member next. Hey,.
"connie mack" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"What's now right now? What's next? Once history. It's what matters what's going on on WG y. Final moments here. We'll meet an MS thirteen gang member at the bottom of the hour. President Trump's topic onomic adviser and also the head of the National Economic Council. Larry cudlow is with us even the New York Times had tool admit today. If you're an American tax payer, you probably got a tax cut last year. And there's a good chance, you don't believe it. And then it goes on to say, not even one in ten households actually got the tax increase, meaning the houses that are ready paid the taxes. They keep paying. So it benefited those people that need it. The most pretty good article by Tankersley, Jim Texas, pretty good reporter, actually, and I don't know what it is this view that people don't like tax cuts or people to get the tax cuts. I mean, let the Senate right of center roughly seventy percent people got tax cuts. We doubled the standards deduction. And you know, we did some good social policy we built up the child tax credit, for example, double the Senate running out of time. What about the debt issue? Well, the best way to deal with debt, my friend, grow the economy to its max. And then try to limit government best. You can I like to. I like the Connie Mack penny plan or the Trump five nickel plan. I gotta run. All right. Larry cudlow. Thank you. Appreciate it was still watching this disaster unfold in in Paris of fire inflames, the eight hundred seventy year old Notre Dame cathedral. We'll have more on that..
"connie mack" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Philadelphia. If Bryce Harper. Lineup. Really, no ceiling two thousand fifteen. The nationals have lost then victory a victory as new as it is old in Philadelphia where you live side by side. You're going to be overly excited. Look forward to just. Josh. Bryce harper. Fouts to free. Leisurely at one of Philadelphia's final restaurants for lunch. Philadelphia's innovation for the hurry or an automatic. Disposition to the corner goes Harper running one attempted to. They seem to step into today's exciting rhythms emanating from the teenagers favorite TV. American. Bandstand, definitely going to Steve. Much better ball swinging Madison. Strikes gets thrown out of the game. Baseball and Connie Mack stadium. For all of us. Third. The third. The city is alive rolling change. Glad so welcoming clubhouse take also is really happy right now the three to two Harper strike. In the cubs. Cubs are in the league championship series. In a day. A week or a month? Value overall. Well, we have to apologize.
"connie mack" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"I was curious how that stacked up all-time. What teams have been more volatile than the twenty fourteen to Twenty-eight team Minnesota Twins. The answer is a lot of teams. There is a lot of teams have been more volatile. And it's a it's a two way tie, and we're going back more than more than a century here. But the nineteen fourteen through nineteen eighteen you might actually already know this off the top of your head a little bit the nineteen forty to nineteen eighteen athletics at the top. But this is yeah. Not a team that was actually volatile. So maybe this is a measurement problem. Not a team those volatile like the twins. But here's thing. The as over those five years changed by a total of five hundred eighty five points of winning percentage. However, most of that and by most of. I guess I should say like two thirds of that happened between the first two years because the nineteen fourteen the as had a winning percentage of six forty nine next year. He was to eighty three what just like, absolutely dreadful. I've at least Connie Mack sold off all of his best players as he was upset at the federal league or something like that. So the as are tied for the top here, but they're tied with the nineteen seventeen through nineteen twenty one White Sox. The White Sox and seventeen also had a winning percentage of six forty nine. But then four sixty but then six twenty nine than six twenty three then four three. So the White Sox between nineteen seventeen and nineteen eighteen lost a lot of their best players to World War One. Just a horrible thing where we all agreed to murder one another for a while. So the White Sox as tied atop total movement of five hundred eighty five points over the span of five years that beats the twins by a healthy margin. But where ever you have a top of the leaderboard? You also have a bottom of the leaderboard do not. And so I could also look for because I put this. Altogether. The team with the least movement over five years as long as we're having a boring stat blessed white, look the most boring teams within it. And so I guess sometimes I ask you for guest. But this really no reason if we ask you for guesses so reason why you would ever know this. But let's say that the most boring team of all time over five years where Snyder seventy two nineteen seventy four San Diego Padres. Here's why total movement total movement over five years nineteen points of winning percentage in nineteen seventy nineteen seventy was the Padres second year of existence and it was a good year as an expansion team. They won fifty two games as a sophomore team. They won sixty three games way to go Padres eleven game improvement really something Padres win totals over five years. Nineteen seventy nineteen seventy four sixty three sixty one fifty eight sixty and sixty. So the Padres were exactly the same basically for five years in a row in their division. They finished sixth out of six and nine hundred seventy the next year. They finish. Sixth. But the after that then a six after that the finish sixth. But they got all the way up to sixth after that. I will say that list to their credit. They they were at maximum forty two games out of first place at minimum twenty eight point five games out of first place. But the the Padres nine hundred hundred nineteen seventy four so little movement. The just a total of nineteen points of movement. The nineteen sixty to nineteen sixty four Indians are the runner up with just twenty five points of movement in winning percentage. So those are the most and least volatile teams of all time over a five year span. I regret work that I did into putting this together. It was I think deeply unrewarding. Okay. We'll thank you for doing that, deeply unrewarding work. One less thing. I meant to mention this..