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"cooperstown" Discussed on Big Time Baseball

Big Time Baseball

03:54 min | 3 months ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Big Time Baseball

"The only thing that stops trout from. Just being. Lost his face plastered everywhere is I don't know that that's in his DNA I don't know that he likes that type of thing. So. This would you see is what you get from from from Mike Trout in I don't know that whoever be like Fernando? Tattoo juice seems Kinda enjoy being in the light. Handles it. Well, it seems like my little uncomfortable when. You know what I find him to be a a great personality You're you're right that he hasn't gone out of it. He hasn't gone to seek it certainly know Joe West and looking for the attention but. You Follow Mike on Twitter. You know he has a personality in a sense of humor and he's got other interests which is great. He's a great weather savant knows a lot whether. Next. Career will be at the at the Weather Channel It's interesting. I. Find Him to be a great personality but he is an out that you're you're right about that and That's the only thing that's probably keeping him from becoming a Mickey Mantle certainly playing in New York health and all the world series that helped as well and you know as the angels are there hot now but you know they've underachieved dramatically this year and the pitching they've never gotten that straight and. You know maybe that's part of it too. They're not the playoffs and they're not New York. New York centric but. I think that's all part of it but you know Mike drops it all type. Likes it and I was trying to say he doesn't have the might has a terrific personality, but not everybody wants to be in front of a camera all the time. No. My father was like that. So I certainly don't blame actually respected that he just wants to go out play baseball it have a good time doing. Stock about a Francisco Savelli at this is kind of a sad story suffered yet another concussion. This is quite a few for him. in his twelve year career is this could be the last one? No, John. Yeah I. Think it might be. We'll see he's quite a game are and he wants to continue his career and I know that the first doctor suggested that maybe maybe they should be it meant said it looked more strongly than that but I wasn't in the room. So I don't want to say that, but he's gone out to seek second and third opinions to see if he can play again, the unofficial count is seven concussions for him and. His great would be over earlier and he kept going and kept going but I mean, you know one more foul tip he's taking chances and You know obviously have to fast of festive protocols I which I don't believe he's done but I think the doctors tell them the times up he listening to the doctors and our that the Marlins will too. But what a great personality has he was great for the Marlins in the Games early. When a fire is out with a covert has most of their team was. Help get them alive and keep that. got that streak going against the Orioles. Early on really the MARLINS stolen playoff position as we speak here today anyway. So it's interesting to see with what's going on there with the marlins. Yeah No. Definitely. Surveys put together a really good career. That catching position, it is crazy to say the more are still. Take a break for Zach. We still have Russell Badeah. The interview gotTa remembering the late Great Topsy seaver a-plus. We edge aren't Ayman's insider horror. A stage will be right back..

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Kershaw the second Dodgers pitcher to reach 2,500 K's

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Kershaw the second Dodgers pitcher to reach 2,500 K's

"Dodgers pitcher Clayton kershaw keyed two, thousand, five, hundred career strikeouts. Got There yesterday the best left of his generation adding to his cooperstown plaque to be. Watching on ESPN news he's most guys down and It's just it's unbelievable. Just watch Kershaw just deal you know year or so ago back problems in and out of the lineup. But when he when he's on, he's on, he's got some stuff the only current guys debut in the two, thousand, five, hundred club, current guys, ver- landers, shirts or Grinky and Cole Hamels, and by the way this all came into dodger win the twenty nine wins the most of anybody in baseball and

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Tom Seaver, Hall of Fame pitcher and Mets legend, dead at age 75

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:23 min | 3 months ago

Tom Seaver, Hall of Fame pitcher and Mets legend, dead at age 75

"Tom Tom Seaver Seaver this this morning, morning, the the Baseball Baseball Hall Hall of of Fame Fame or or the the greatest greatest Met Met ever ever has died at the age of 75. Let's go live to City Field address, 41 Seaver Way and WCBS reporter Marla Diamond Marlin. And Steve Tom Seaver's plaque in Cooperstown lauds him as a power pitcher who helped change the New York Mets from loveable losers into formidable foes. He was simply the greatest Mets player of all time and among the best to ever play the game, said Mets owner Fred Wilpon in a statement. Ed Crane. Poole was a teammate and good friend. He was the number one player Marquee player franchise, and you can't replace a Tom Seaver in your organisation. This is a sad day and met Tom Seaver was a class act an inspiration to his legions of fans at a young how he rose. Just watching him taught me how you're supposed to comport yourself professionally. So even as a kid When I was 13 when Tom came up in 1967 watching him go about it. You had a Seaver threw out the first pitch in the Mets last game at Shea Stadium and was honored last year with a street naming at Citi Field. He was too ill to attend. Seaver died Monday from complications of dementia and covert 19. He was 75. Steve

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Tom Seaver, Hall of Fame pitcher and Mets legend, dead at age 75

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:23 min | 3 months ago

Tom Seaver, Hall of Fame pitcher and Mets legend, dead at age 75

"Tom Tom Seaver Seaver this this morning, morning, the the Baseball Baseball Hall Hall of of Fame Fame or or the the greatest greatest Met Met ever ever has died at the age of 75. Let's go live to City Field address, 41 Seaver Way and WCBS reporter Marla Diamond Marlin. And Steve Tom Seaver's plaque in Cooperstown lauds him as a power pitcher who helped change the New York Mets from loveable losers into formidable foes. He was simply the greatest Mets player of all time and among the best to ever play the game, said Mets owner Fred Wilpon in a statement. Ed Crane. Poole was a teammate and good friend. He was the number one player Marquee player franchise, and you can't replace a Tom Seaver in your organisation. This is a sad day and met Tom Seaver was a class act an inspiration to his legions of fans at a young how he rose. Just watching him taught me how you're supposed to comport yourself professionally. So even as a kid When I was 13 when Tom came up in 1967 watching him go about it. You had a Seaver threw out the first pitch in the Mets last game at Shea Stadium and was honored last year with a street naming at Citi Field. He was too ill to attend. Seaver died Monday from complications of dementia and covert 19. He was 75. Steve

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Baseball Hall of Fame postpones July inductions until 2021

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Baseball Hall of Fame postpones July inductions until 2021

"K. gonna have to wait one year to see Larry Walker inducted into the baseball hall of fame yeah the first rocky ever to go into the baseball hall of fame Larry Walker in Yankee legend Derek Jeter I'm gonna have to wait a year to give their hall of fame speech Wednesday the baseball hall of fame in Cooperstown New York said they were canceling this year's induction ceremony among concerns for public health and safety because of the corona virus last year fifty five thousand fans attended the ceremony in July and that number certainly would have been even higher for Yankees fans a drive up from New York City to see Jeter's induction

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Baseball Hall of Fame postpones July inductions until 2021

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:51 min | 7 months ago

Baseball Hall of Fame postpones July inductions until 2021

"At the baseball hall of fame canceled the July twenty sixth inductions in Cooperstown due to the coronavirus Derek Jeter Larry Walker Ted Sizemore and Marvin Miller will be honored in twenty twenty one alongside any twenty twenty one elect to use right away a record crowd had been

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Baseball Hall postpones July inductions until 2021

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

00:15 sec | 7 months ago

Baseball Hall postpones July inductions until 2021

"The baseball hall of fame is postponed its induction ceremonies for this year which was to happen in July at Cooperstown as it always does has been postponed it will pick up again hopefully in twenty

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Coronavirus Update: New York's Cooperstown Baseball Hall fo Fame To Close

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

Coronavirus Update: New York's Cooperstown Baseball Hall fo Fame To Close

"The race to stop the spread of coronaviruses shut down another gathering place national baseball hall of fame and museum now closed to the public Cooperstown landmark following Major League Baseball which cancels spring training and postpone the start of the season the hall of fame will update the situation every week until they feel it is okay to re

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Lawmakers: Put Flood in Hall of Fame

Politics and Public Policy Today

00:59 sec | 9 months ago

Lawmakers: Put Flood in Hall of Fame

"But it didn't take too many years before not only was the reserve clause reverse the current flood was recognized in federal legislation this single page letter file this part of the nineteen seventy case there's a copy of that letter at the hall of fame is Cooperstown if there's a copy of her client's letter in the hall of fame Curt flood should be in the hall of fame and I hope those looking back at what's called the golden years of baseball a good look at players who didn't get into the hall of fame we'll take our advice look at Curt flood look at the difference he has made for players playing the game today and put him in the whole thing senator Roy blunt on the Senate floor Curt flood died of cancer in nineteen ninety seven at the age of fifty nine and the next baseball hall of fame ballot will be voted on this

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Public ballots are out and Derek Jeter's lone 'no' Hall of Fame voter remains a mystery

Ron St. Pierre

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

Public ballots are out and Derek Jeter's lone 'no' Hall of Fame voter remains a mystery

"Member last weekend we told you Derek Jeter was nominated for the hall of fame on all but one ballot course you do especially if you're a Yankee fan we're never gonna know who this writer this it'll somebody will dig it up at at one point but ESPN reported last night that the voter who denied the Yankees legend from being in an estimate unanimously elected into Cooperstown will keep their controversial ballot and private for lease now Jeter appeared on the balance of three hundred ninety six of three hundred ninety seven all voters with the lone dissenter being the individual who stays anonymous realization that the person behind the Jeter snob will not be identified arrived yesterday that's when the baseball writers association of America at least the balance of three hundred and fifteen all voters the ballots released all included Jeter so whoever didn't vote for him at least for right now remains

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HOF voter who snubbed Jeter keeps ballot private

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 10 months ago

HOF voter who snubbed Jeter keeps ballot private

"The lone baseball writer who's not Derek Jeter remains anonymous the baseball writers association of America released the ballots of hall voters and all public ballots included the Yankees captain but the one hold out I chose to keep his or her ballad private Jeter will be inducted into the hall I Cooperstown on July twenty sixth along with catcher Ted Simmons and later air dissociation head

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Jeter Misses Unanimous Election To Hall Of Fame By 1 Vote

Brett Winterble

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

Jeter Misses Unanimous Election To Hall Of Fame By 1 Vote

"Baseball hall of fame in Cooperstown welcome to new players today while those accused of steroid use fell well short again Larry Walker who spent seventeen years with the Expos rocky since cardinals is here along with shortstop Derek Jeter who was one vote shy of being only the second unanimous election to a hall of fame caliber meanwhile Roger Clemens sixty one percent of the vote very bonds sixteen point seven percent fell well short once

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Derek Jeter and Larry Walker elected to MLB Hall of Fame

Broncos Country Tonight

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Derek Jeter and Larry Walker elected to MLB Hall of Fame

"A big congratulations to Larry Walker who is introduced into the baseball hall of fame today he will be going into Cooperstown with fellow holic hall of fame inductee Derek Derek Jeter that'll be taking place over the summer the reaction from around Major League Baseball is coming in fast and furious once again the first Colorado rocky Larry Walker's been introduced into the hall of fame congratulations to Larry

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Derek Jeter and Larry Walker elected to MLB Hall of Fame

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 11 months ago

Derek Jeter and Larry Walker elected to MLB Hall of Fame

"The baseball hall of fame welcoming two new members tonight's Yankees legend Derek Jeter in five time all star Larry Walker will be enshrined in Cooperstown this summer Jeter really needs no introduction and all in all star in fourteen of his twenty years in pinstripes sixth all time in career hits in five World Series titles but he tells MLB network they are speechless well when I got the call you know everyone said you know if we anticipate a phone call coming at such and such time quite frankly I was pretty nervous and then when I got it I I really didn't know what to say yeah he really sweat that one out he was one vote shy of unanimous a Walker however DJIA's cleared the seventy five percent threshold to get in in his final year of eligibility spent seventeen big league seasons in Montreal Colorado Saint Louis when and NL MVP with the Rockies in nineteen ninety seven and then back to back batting crowns the following

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Baseball Hall of Fame: Derek Jeter gets all but one vote, Larry Walker narrowly wins a spot in Cooperstown

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:21 sec | 11 months ago

Baseball Hall of Fame: Derek Jeter gets all but one vote, Larry Walker narrowly wins a spot in Cooperstown

"Hall of fame we've got two names of those that are going and one for his first time and one for the last time that he could possibly get in the captain Derek Jeter from The New York Yankees gets in in a lot of people wondered if he was going to get on in a unanimous ballot for the second year in a row for Yankee he missed by one vote

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Will Derek Jeter Be MLB’s 2nd Unanimous Hall Of Fame Pick?

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 11 months ago

Will Derek Jeter Be MLB’s 2nd Unanimous Hall Of Fame Pick?

"The baseball hall of fame votes today to elect Derek Jeter to Cooperstown the only question is will it be unanimous number two the word comes down at six PM and we'll have more coming up in sense and when sports that six fifteen with marker

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How Do the Baseball Hall of Fame Busts Get Sculpted?

WCBS Programming

02:22 min | 1 year ago

How Do the Baseball Hall of Fame Busts Get Sculpted?

"Baseball fans celebrated as the national baseball hall of fame in trying this news class unanimous inductee Yankees closer Mariano Rivera use a headliner of the twenty nineteen class for Yankee fans are concerned Mike Mussina Edgar Martinez Harold Baines Lee Smith and the late Roy Halladay there also honored with bronze busts in the hall and the official sculptor all of the hall of fame plaques here is Tom sue chia what's the physical process of creating that what tools are you using how do you actually make the plaques themselves in terms of the image yeah the the first thing that I start off with is I worked on designed the composition on the computer first kind of like on a basic like using Photoshop kind of play around with things and then try to come up with the right kind of look and then from there I proceed by adding by working on the clay model and the there's a frame as you know they got that sort of tombstone shaped frame with the laurel leaves and the baseball bats that's used over and over again you know that's the standard frame and answer Matthews provides me as such a frame that template frame in which there's like a well in it which then I flew clay and then I model that and then I work with the photos and I just raw work on that and then when I get reach a certain point that I like then I submitted photographs and videos of my clay to the hall of whether they review and there they come back with comments and we go back and forth Destry fine and make it we make sure we nail everything right yeah so so for yourself I mean these you know players on the go the whole fame the special part about it is that the remembered for generations people can go there people for baseball players in the nineteen twenties in the hall of fame and people in two thousand twenty we'll see them so for you as a person is creating this art how does it make you feel the fact that your art will be almost eternal it will be out there forever yeah it's a great feeling because it is yeah I'd be is something that will last yeah letter like thousands of years and even after maybe baseball is no longer played or whatever you know has gone and some archaeologists from aliens people and discover a so is a sentence to her yeah thank you so much for talking I really appreciate it yeah you're going to CBS reporter Mike smelts in Cooperstown talking with Tom sucia who sculpts the hall of fame

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New York, Phillies And Roy Halladay discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

New York, Phillies And Roy Halladay discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"In Cooperstown New York former Phillies in blue jays pitcher Roy Halladay was inducted into baseball's hall of fame holidays wife brandy gave the induction speech evidence of their love for us in and our love for them as well which is shown all week as they came together as one to celebrate right and that means the world to me to both organizations I can't think how they was inducted today along with Harold Baines Edgar Martinez Mike Masina Marianna Rivera and Lee

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Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter Jorge Pasada And Bernie discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter Jorge Pasada And Bernie discussed on All Things Considered

"Legendary Yankee closer Mariano Rivera became the first player to enter the hall of fame as a unanimous selection today his core four teammates were on hand at the festivities in Cooperstown Derek Jeter Jorge pasada and Bernie

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Get Up!

"I think that this has to be the end of the run something has happened something that's a catch up to otherwise, I'm gonna start worshipping them. It's closer. There's no other explanation for this. Then maybe Bill Belichick Brady will be forty two years old by the time next season begins a former patriots standing over here. Looking. The floor is yours. The flow is mind me who agree that this year has been the most vulgar, we've the most vulnerable patriots team that we've seen a long time. Would you agree with that? Yes. And you're trying to wait. I'll wait I'll wait the most vulnerable team that we've seen in a long time. And yet here we are at Super Bowl forty five fifty three who who's planning super with the patriots. So the most vulnerable team, and they're still in it. And you think that they'll never never been in it, again, they're going to get they're only going to get more and more vulnerable, and because I believe in facts and logic, and they have defied logic and facts for forty long at some point at the cats up to and this year is going to be there. They might win the Super Bowl. But next year, they're not going back through. He's forty two. Forty two years old, correct? He will be vanishing next. He's trying to talk yourself into less much. Bill Belichick Mon is not as really still sharp as ever HR. The patriots. They adapt to anything that. You wanna do? We don't see. Tom Brady had talking about all all field. I win. They win a multitude of ways of Riecke aways. I agree. So very clear, you believe that you. We will see the patriots in another Super Bowl again after this one. Yes. Morning fair enough. We have to go back over there. And join Marian alleyoop he's carried Dominico for only appropriate way for this defense. Spheres. On ever hear guy out of control. We have another discussion to have it. And it's not about Tom Brady. It's about Murray who's looking at challenge the conventional thinking regarding quarterbacks and their size. But there's one coach who may be reevaluating the importance of having a tall quarterback. And it's Jon Gruden this week Gruden address the issue, and here's what he had to say. I used to think that a lot until I saw degrees twice a year in Tampa. Then I met Russell Wilson coming out of NC state. And now, I'm watching this kid Murray coming out of Oklahoma, and I'm putting away. All the prototypes. I once had used to have a prototype for hand size heights, arm strength, and all that stuff, but he's putting it away. Now, the question is do we by the fact that he's done prototyping players especially the quarterback position? Well, first of all that was a triumph carry off your celebrating because I want. I mean, Jon Gruden came back into the NFL kind of saying that he's gonna take things back to the nineties. Now, I'm supposed to believe that he's by the jump forward..

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Get Up!

"Anyone at the table, disagree with that notion? I grew anyone though. Oh, happy in the hall. Absolutely. Not why not flagrant cheater. And you cheat yourself. You cheat the game, and you get caught you should not be reward. Okay. Let me. Let me tell you something. Jay, first of all, let's get off you how horse here I get hose. But Sealy not a mixed missing. In baseball is in the hall of fame who presided over the whole steroid error. Okay. Let's not pretend like that did not happen. And anyone I think we all can sit here and say that Barry Bonds was a hall of fame player even before he got into the whole stir where errors situation. So we can't pretend like this didn't happen in baseball. They put it in your sport. You feel you guys played against guys who were cheating or doping. We're doing other things. And did it did it perhaps influence the game in ways that were negative for yourselves? I didn't think so at the time, but I've come to learn that there's a lot more of it available than I thought was before. And it certainly bothers me, but I just don't believe in absolutes. Generally. I think that you could find justification for a lot of things it doesn't mean that you should. But in this in bond situations, clear justification is that he felt like everyone else in the sport was doing it. And no one was policing it. So he had to do it and football oftentimes, you're up on a contract here. And I could understand why would not encourage it understand that it is wrong. I understand if you're on a contract year, and you're either looking at million dollar contracts or finding a job at the foot locker. I think we can all understand why someone would make that decision. But isn't there a difference between understanding why someone would do again and rewarding them by putting them in the hall of fame, which is the greatest honor a player can possibly receive? We're we're we're constantly finding a way to take the kneecaps under away from a player. Like, I keep thinking about college basketball and say we found out that a coach, but he's a hall of fame coach and did it. So now, all of a sudden all of those championships and all of those wins. They don't matter you, cheated when the culture of college basketball is we pay players, and I don't think it's there. But as soon as we find out that a player did something wrong, in some way, shape or form, we take away. Like, you said the one thing that could be the highest honor bestowed upon their happening right now, Jim bejon. He's lost a lot of wins. But he's still is allowed to be the head coach of their team. And he's going to grow Famer. He's looked at different in baseball than it is in football, the fans and media. We don't care when football players cheat. Because when we wash the game, it's like, ooh fish. Physical. We understand why they would do it. But in baseball, it's the holy grail for the numbers. Very baas. I'm a left to his favorite baseball player. But once to me, you cross the line, and you we're knowledge the fact that somebody's a flat out cheater to me, you should reward them. I put them in all we will leave it there. There's one thing that never changes. Everyone has an opinion on this topic, by the way, Alex Rodriguez. We'll try man on this and more in our next hour. That's among the many things we have still to come here. This morning on get up. Cuyler Murray is challenging how tall quarterback should be so much. So one coaches changing his entire philosophy. You'll hear what was said about that. And whether or not we buy it, and and while Duke was crushing Pittsburgh on the road. Jailings wolverines needed every second at home. The best highlight of the night on the way..

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Great American ballpark and hopefully you were with us for the pre game ceremonies very very. Cool Dave Bristol goes in guy who managed the reds from nineteen sixty six through, nineteen sixty nine was on the, reds coaching staff in the late eighties again, in the early nineties, Fred Norman instrumental on so many of, those good teams in, the seventies including the team that won the. World Series in seventy five and nineteen seventy six he was honored in, pre-game ceremonies as was the big. Donkey one of the great sluggers in the history of. The Cincinnati Reds Adam Dunn who joined me earlier this week on ESPN fifteen thirty and I asked him. If he could put into perspective what going into the reds hall of fame means Hard through because Wanting to accomplish You know I can't think. Of at earlier I think there's only one other Hall of fame and baseball Cooperstown and But just with, the registered the tradition and everything, I mean and this is just it's just. An honor. You can't you can't really Put, in the words I'm sure and you've been you've been out of the game is, an active, player for almost four years now I, you don't strike me as a kind of guy that does a lot of time you know sitting back, thinking about the old days but has this honor. Sort of caused you to, maybe reflect on your time in, Cincinnati and if so what sort of of. Memories of. Jump to mind I think it, will once I get there and see everybody and You know things like that but yeah I don't you know I'm not the kind of. Sit back and and look in the pastor or things like that but But the more I do think about, anatomy I mean The number one thing that I remember take take. Away from From the relationships That she made that I made and You know obviously without playing they're, getting drafted, and growing up in Cincinnati you know I would have never made those when when you think of those relationships, who are the, first couple of people maybe teammates coaches whoever that that come to mind I mean it, starts all the, way in rookie ball I mean You know we're we're a huge group. Chat with Corky Miller often Kearns What else Guys, that I, you know I played rookie, ball with, you know we still keep. In contact Still, to this, day and obviously you know Level you have guys that you kind of gravitated towards. What you, got Cincinnati You know there's there's so many people Talk to and From, you know obviously rob butcher You too Ten It had to. Be it had to, be I, guess in some respects on Spiring it had to be helpful when when you're big league career starts and the roster has on a two guys who are going to be hall of, famers and obviously that's happened with Barry Larkin and obviously Ken Griffey, junior describe for us what it was like at such a young age to walk into a, clubhouse and you're playing with two guys who are legends I mean again, I couldn't have been putting in a better situation Far as was at that time Well.

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"cooperstown" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on WEEI

"I wanted to get that way what are the same i mean he is very much emblematic of this we're the old guard guardians of the gate at cooperstown guardians of the game in all facets the baseball writers that's what they are there is this new year beebe garrett yeah sure showed i you know i get free into every bar with it all right there's a segment of people with with the steroids to go i think they should be using it you know i think it's good i i i have no problem with it look it's still cheating i i don't think it's there's a difference between being sanctimonious and just kind of declaring what's right and wrong and those people who would keep the steroid users out of the hall of fame i think it's very difficult debate because you're you're naturally going to lead out some people some people are going to get it who did us right so you can't have this perfect system i think that's the complicating factor but if that bothers you that people cheated which was considered cheating more power to you if you wanna leave out of the hall of fame inconsistency in baseball it doesn't seem to bother people if they use a spitball doesn't seem to bother people sign that argument gets really dumb for me how does it get done us greedy greenies are the same as a shooting horse steroids in your rear end and then hitting seventy home runs if it's giving you giving you an edge it's giving you an edge the edges are look at the nineties but but isn't that people baseball was different in the night but isn't that baseball hitting argument that well they cheated period it doesn't that's why people don't look past the nuance of the ot situation or look to the nuance of the situation and say well let's really figure out exactly what happened it's don't cheated bom because people are assuming he cheated with that caliber of a drug with with either a steroid or in hgh something that greatly increases strength recovery whatever might be that's and that's the that's the line everybody well it's not about strength it's about recovery whatever it's about these guys were hitting sixty plus home run every year and they're not anymore all right even if greenies and end there was always some form of.

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Starting9

"Risk reward i don't care so there sure are some of those rogue players but i think for the most part like you said about the wire it was about just trying to stay healthy and get on the field so i can totally yeah i absolute see that and i mean that would that doesn't excuse it and he did admit to it and he did own up to it and a lot of people from his generation have not done that you know it's leading to a funny place isn't it i mean barry barry bonds i think still has a chance to get into the hall of fame we'll we'll find out this year when we see where his total goes now that you know so many of the people who were fucking up spots on the ballot i've gotten elected right and all right how are we going to rationalize that that barry bonds at some point has his plaque hanging in cooperstown but mark maguire doesn't i don't see any version of any veterans committee that would ever elect a guy who admitted to using the ds i served on one don't say it and i recognize it berry and mark were two different kinds of players i recognize that barry was you know pre game of shadows he was both game of shadows i understand all the arguments and the subtleties that people will bring up about now nevertheless if you have the greatest home run ratio in the history of baseball.

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"cooperstown" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"During this year and i did this and that jim he he makes all these allegations like he would have been a cooperstown before twenty five but yet you can't pin him down to anything i mean he he and that tells you right there that he's lying you know because you can all give so much facts but the play but it's great show so far thanks for taking my call girl you you've inspired us all by the way i looked up ted williams batting average earlier today high career say three forty four forty four well pretty goods nick is next hey what's going on buddy all good nick right right right well i just want to have a few comments goes i love your show i'll god i love it look government days you had a nervous call today from old johnny from orlando and it was on hold for half an hour to get into your show you remember that i do remember that yes well giannis onoda that hold the wreck bay on a whole for the longest i sent out tweak y'all how long were you on you remember that all y'all be highlighted my tweets at three and a half hours star you didn't last regular caller so you maybe tell you know people yellow worry about regular calls get put on hold too for a way you know a long time but any no big deal 'cause i love the finebaum show and i'm gonna wait his own takes get to you.

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"cooperstown" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"A so pleased to be joined by john leone at dyke's to is a name you would recognize if you went to cooperstown i do the show from cooperstown so i knew exactly who john was and i say that because he's been producing awardwinning media experiences except in entertainment for a long time you can see some of the stuff that disney theme parks that kind of stuff if you've been in seattle the science fiction museum in a hall of fame except tre when i mention cooperstown he's got a bunch of films in the permanent collection there and i remember this one about the world series which was really stuck with me you know so big i remembered as the called the day the world series stopped except for a so i want to dive into baseball with him because there's an interesting question that looms and it's a bad out women and baseball and teams so the the overall question is should the united states have professional women's baseball league like they do in japan john thanks so much for spending some time with us thank you for having me to be with you and i should say this to and we'll talk about this you have the sweet spot that is coming out which is the documentary right that talks about the human side of baseball yes we actually up to peasents up already on amazon and roku has been the a lot but then the first tv series to look at the human side of the game in our mission is to preserve baseball history to celebrate a love of the game and share stories that transcend sport to capture the imagination i want to transform how we think about baseball and go beyond the fox gore's and stats to reveal the humanity that's woven into the game we left bill many to go look at that as soon as i'm wrapping up this interview with you say the question is why talent or why can't american girls and.

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"cooperstown" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"About list speculate for funding sports talk radio if they retire it what kind of move do you think that is because it is breaking with precedents yeah yeah cooperstown numbers what would you what would your thought beyond that political applaud on i don't think you wish there were twenty five gin and was you thus oversaw you know and i think that you know some there he will enough quance m in cooperstown naked married perhaps a judge feel the same way but i mean as far as i'm concerned right now you break the tradition regarding the numbers do put up a stretch i mean if you talk to it he's funny but he always come back any kind of have kids its's i built at ballpark well you know what again what you would that so somewhere i mean he has to have but here's plays cement and i think the chance uh perhaps might do that issue it would be very cool to did mike do you think um just to get off bonds for second do you think there are any other giants you know and i think there would be a few but do you think there are any other jansatta worthy of that kind of consideration where they would break tradition and say maybe not quite cooperstown numbers boss what this individual met to the to the franchise the only a guy could kick it would be will clerk i think we all of us a play global joint you clumps uds when you're playing alongside dick dickerson sitting district did we can go to to calm down in what what he did coming into 1980 six after we lost a hundred games no he really brought us back and put a back on the map and uh you know because of cat i could get had a lucky to even the giants in san francisco uh or good um and and i it's kind of.

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"cooperstown" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Is to be joined by john leonid at his name you would recognize if he went to cooperstown i did the show from cooperstown so i knew exactly who john was and i say that because he's been producing awardwinning media experiences eccentric in entertainment for a long time you can see some of the stuff that disney theme parks that kind of stuff if you've been in seattle the science fiction museum in a hall of fame except tre when i mentioned cooperstown he's got a bunch of films and the permanent collection there and i remember this one about the world series which was really stuck with me you know so big i remember it is the called the day the world series stopped except for us so i wanna dive into baseball with him because there is an interesting question that looms and it's about women and baseball and teams so the the overall question is should the united states have professional women's baseball league like they do in japan john thanks so much for sending some time with us thank you for having me to be with you and i should say this to and we'll talk about this you have the sweet spot that's coming out which is a documentary right that talks about the human side of baseball yes we actually have two seasons up already on amazon and roku pineal out there but first tv series to look at the human side of the game in our mission is to preserve baseball history celebrate a love of the game.

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"cooperstown" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Is to be joined by john leone at his name you would recognize if he went to cooperstown i did this show from cooperstown so i knew exactly who john was and i say that because he's been producing awardwinning media experiences except in entertainment for a long time you can see some of the stuff that disney theme parks that kind of stuff if you've been in seattle the science fiction museum in a hall of fame except tre when i mention cooperstown he's got a bunch of films and the permanent collection there and i remember this one about the world series which was really stuck with me you know so big i remembered as the call the day the world series stopped except for us so i want to dive into baseball with him because there's an interesting question that looms and it's about women and baseball and teams so the the overall question is should the united states have professional women's baseball league like they do in japan john thanks so much for spending some time with us thank you for having me good to be with you and i should say this to and we'll talk about this you have the sweet spot that's coming out which is the documentary right that talks about the human side of baseball yes we actually have two seasons up already on amazon and grow coup has been the a lot man but first be serious to look at the human side of the game in our mission is to preserve baseball history celebrate a love of the game and hear stories sport who captured the imagination i want to transform how we think about baseball and go beyond the fox gore's.

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ivan rodriguez will be inducted into the major league baseball hall of fame in cooperstown new york today a number of all time greats remain on the ballot including barry bonds and roger clemens both accused of using performance enhancing drugs in their careers k jaffe author of the book the cooperstown casebook says players have been using p e d since baseball's inception eighteenth century pub galvin eight three hundred km widow injected monkey technical extract into himself it it it would come to reinvigorated arm babe ruth is alleged to have done something similar with cheap extract he says bonds and clemens will likely one day have their plaques hanging on walls of the hall of fame two they have fifty percent threshold in the most recent ballot which was there and years of eligibility i'm john stolnis the induction ceremony begins at one thirty eastern which after new i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters saudi basic industries corp saudi arabia's giant petrochemicals producer known as sea that reported today at size 25 percent decline in second quarter profit on lower prices for some of its products and on reduce east sales foreign ministers from saudi arabia united arab emirates bahrain and each after holding talks today to discuss the crisis with counter this with a little signs the eight weeks standoff is near an end people familiar with the matter see some international banks are serving cutter from.

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"cooperstown" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"cooperstown" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on The MLB Show

"Eh article devoted exclusively to that topic that will be an offseason right well we have managed not to ask any questions about steroids which is actually what you recommend in the book that healthy voters through at least for players from the pretesting era the cooperstown case book is currently the bestselling baseball book on amazon you can go help keep it there you should go get yourself a copy it is a good reference book to have on hand for the future but it's not just the reference book it is a book books that you can read cover to cover and it's a pleasure and there's so many baseball books out there that it's rare to have the definitive book on any one subject in baseball but i think this has to be it for the hall of fame so check it out and read j at sports illustrated you can find him also on twitter at j underscored chaffee and it is always a pleasure so we hope that you get some rest safe loss her have you on an like in like marcher some may when you're not you'd forty by radio because you ten is with your smart when we do that we do the the annual lexus of because you've as i wonder asked asked me are you got ta was also the process yet the don't want to do it so you know little guy sunspots as 'cause i've run out of ideas faster not the hurry of works guitar thanks guys take care.

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"cooperstown" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on The MLB Show

"What are you doing with this is ridiculous marriage we get to our guest yup okay so we have talked to jaffe of sports illustrated a couple times before on this podcast at the predictable times of year when he makes the rounds talking about the hall of fame that's when the new belida's out when people are actually getting inducted and now he's back because he has a book about the hall of fame it's called the cooperstown casebook who is in the baseball hall of fame who should be in and who should pack their plaques it is out now and i am holding a copy of it in my hands jay thanks for coming on ethics good to be here for sort onto your soul i'm curious about what you're gonna do going forward because you do kind of rewrite things every year when it comes to be that time of year annual rate the essay about the guys who were on the ballot year after year and now you have a book and you have answered all those questions can you just be like by the book in their ears you know the great thing about the hall of fame discussion is this to renew resource as you know the the the service costa tone every year in the new we knew balance that we get a new set of into these somebody asked me the other day by if my book sentence all debates helmer oh yeah the because that would be enough uh nobody sharing were about the whole affair moment you can't write the sequel and secours got ideas the sequel here so no i i think they're they're candidates whose cases will continue to evolve nothing also another year of balloting means another another chance to up look at the trends that are the traveling along with their prospects for lecture army the the candidates credentials to change for our anderson any of the may change a little bit of both the was due to and with the relative to our understanding of your whole favors now the jeff bagwell tim raines and pudge rodriguez got that anymore guy's to to measure future candidates against in the bsec how.

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"cooperstown" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A break you come back with bill you're going to go right to it now okay so um all right so we can introduce it now raff is picked at one of our conversations and and now say goodnight to everybody 'cause i want to listen to this as well before i leave but this is one of my conversations with bill king and the next time i hear one of these conversations will be next saturday at cooperstown because why am i going uh kathleen bills daughter uh invited me to be part of the family next week and cooperstown ants have lunch of the old asagoe hotel and all that stuff and be part of it and i absolutely wanna do it i could not say no and it's a thrill for me and an honour for me to be there for a bill to be considered that way and at one of the great honors of my life the bill love like me he did he liked what i did and i'll never forget it so here's one of my conversations with bilking marty larry here in a longtime as broadcaster her bill king bill of course a growing up in the midwest uh philadelphia led accent a great great team the twenty nine thirty thirty one some of those players you got to see even though not with the atlantic sarah great major leaguers connie mack broke up the team after the thirty one world series as he had earlier after the 1914 series and they scattered about major league baseball i got to see jimmy fox and lucky grove and their later years where the red sox and in fact fox finished his career with a cubs of all people but at time his skills had diminished fox who was the fastest player to get to five hundred homers betty only hit thirty after that that the word was that to his nightlife abuse his body so my much that the skills diminish very rapidly you got to see out simmons hall of famer play had a very unusual batting stance they call them bucket foot out because he had the fourth way down the third baseline being a righthanded batter and shipments the great years of his career when the 20s in the early thirties but he came back for.

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"cooperstown" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Man i'll maybe good bureaucratic ampere cooperstown they and all the time right during the inner ear gorgeous up your people that have a that i've never been our first europe certainly rumour all baseball fare ready to describe just cooperstown for me for four listeners because i personally have never been there before yeah well the repair on i offered eight you feel like you're in a movie it is a very historic very old on everything well wellmaintained and and the outlook vr vr vr were of ebola field you're you're you're you're that record dugout they're really law you gotta reducue dan we're we're required are gate back and and haul away from it you're you can ripped through their about forty five unhcr maker you really need a holder of illustrate ago where the part of it go out yet aren't go back and either it is so very calm so much history to create an are we actually got it behind the scene that things relate the counterfeit there have about remarrying item here in about twenty five percent of monitor on this boy was for the recovery are at a high of out of anger about the republic of you that we gotta go back it become a break that that they don't have out ricotta set them in college it should it been what am i favorite circular and then this how many fantasy camps have you been a part of gyll abu both up and down an order from a great lewis you're out of order lewis or were doing this one but probably i may be eight ranked camp at i read a part that each one of them different each one of our economic don't wait but but credit relationship you bill with a lot of these guide and former teammate brian ludwig back your for the first time you're teammate of ridicule appeared our grady i'd get around the guys the better family which i'll get your problem on the one thing that you're never get.

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