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"cooperstown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Morning edition from NPR news. I'm Leila faldon. NMA Martinez. In cooperstown, New York yesterday, 7 players were inducted in the national baseball Hall of Fame. Number 34 David Ortiz. Jesus taking on a little bit of superhero. David Ortiz with another chance to win it. Tourette Sox fans were teased will always be known as big poppy. He's a three time World Series champion and he earned the distinction of being the only designated hitter to enter the hall in his first year of eligibility. Ortiz grew up in the Dominican Republic, and he was signed to play in the big leagues at just 17 years old. Here's how he summed up his success to NBC's Bob Costas. I got nothing to lose. I guess I realized at one point I was doing something that I know was going to put my family in a better situation, better lifestyle. I was all in. Ortiz was joined by fellow inductees, Tony oliva, Jim cott, mini minoso, Gil Hodges, but Fowler and buck O'Neal. Buck was a champion of the Negro leagues, the three time all star, the first black coach in Major League Baseball history and one of the game's great storytellers. In an interview from 1998 with David Letterman, O'Neill talked about the quality of play in the Negro leagues. The major league all stars were actually just making a payday, but we had to prove we were trying to prove to the world that they weren't superior because they were white. And we weren't in theory because we were black. We had a point to prove, so we were stretched that single into a double. That double into a triple, that triple into homework. Buck O'Neill was inducted into the Hall of Fame postures yesterday. He died in 2006 at the age of 94. Swedish

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"cooperstown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 6 months ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Edition from NPR news. I'm Leila faldon. Anime Martinez. In cooperstown, New York yesterday, 7 players were inducted in the national baseball Hall of Fame. Number 34 David Ortiz. Jesus taking on one of his superhero David Ortiz with another chance to win it. Tourette Sox fans were teased will always be known as big poppy. He's a three time World Series champion and he earned the distinction of being the only designated hitter to enter the hall in his first year of eligibility. Ortiz grew up in the Dominican Republic, and he was signed to play in the big leagues at just 17 years old. Here's how he summed up his success to NBC's Bob Costas. I got nothing to lose. I guess I realized at one point I was doing something that I knew I was gonna put my family in a better situation, better lifestyle. I was all in. Ortiz was joined by fellow inductees, Tony oliva, Jim cod, mini minoso, Gil Hodges, but Fowler and buck O'Neil. Buck was a champion of the Negro leagues, the three time all star, the first black coach in Major League Baseball history and one of the game's great storytellers. In an interview from 1998 with David Letterman, O'Neill talked about the quality of play in the Negro leagues. The major league all stars were actually just making a payday, but we had to prove we were trying to prove to the world that they want superior because they were white. And we weren't inferior because we were black. We had a point to prove, so we were stretched that single into a double. That double into a triple, that triple into Homer. Buck O'Neill was inducted into the Hall of Fame posture yesterday. He died in 2006 at the age of 94. Swedish

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Big Papi a big hit at his Baseball Hall of Fame induction

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

Big Papi a big hit at his Baseball Hall of Fame induction

"David Ortiz received his day at cooperstown Inducted into the Hall of Fame following a stellar career with the Red Sox and twins Before the Red Sox before the tweens I was just to keep playing ball in the Dominican department To all my coaches from winter ball minor league in the big league I could not have done it without you Both in their 80s twins teammates Jim cod and Tony oliva were honored on the hall stage Gil Hodges finally received his hall nod months after what would have been his 98th birthday Many men also buck O'Neil and bud Fowler were inducted posthumously I'm Dave

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"Thank you very much for that. I had a front row seat for that. How you doing? Because I owned Carmelo Martinez. And when that ball was hit, and I'm watching it go towards bragging. I'm going, oh my God, if that goes over the beds, this is gonna get ugly. And you know, he reached up, he grabbed it and the rest is history, but I'm in the bullpen warming up and you know the bullpens where they were. Yes. They're right next to reveal. So, you know, having to sit there and watch that close and know that loot didn't bring me in to face Carmelo, that that made my heart sake a little bit, but I knew Randy after he got that out. He was fine. Yes. And indeed, they were and we know what happened in the 1990 World Series. I can't wait to see you again down the road soon sometimes soon either in Connecticut or if you come back this way to this neck of the Woods after the Bengals complete their remarkable playoff run. I'm going to tell you right now I'm not going to lie, govern the Bengals right now is something special, dibs. You really appreciate being in the city of Cincinnati, seeing how it's come alive for really, I know they went through great times in the last couple of decades, but didn't want to play off game. This is akin to what you guys went through in 1990. It's very, very similar. It is a special city to win in and I'm very happy for those fans. They've been starving for some football greatness and hopefully they can keep it going. That is rob dibble, the one and only rob devil, you can hear him three to 7 every afternoon, drive time on the rob double show on 97 9 ESPN and Hartford. You know, they have an antenna as he mentioned in southern Massachusetts so you can Springfield, right? You can hear them there. Yes. Greenfield. Just want to make sure I got it right..

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"And I know this, it's not actually connected to Major League Baseball. No, it's not. And that's why when I glad you brought this up because when people say that he's banned from Major League Baseball, well, that has nothing to do with a national baseball Hall of Fame that's not officially connected with Major League Baseball, putting him in their hall has nothing to do with it whatsoever. Again, comes down to a ridiculous archaic, if I can say arcane, morality clause. And if you want to tell the story of baseball, professional baseball, which obviously Major League Baseball is maybe 95% of that, what have you. Then go ahead and include a description of their entire career good and bad and let it be and be done with this stupid hypocritical approach of not allowing certain players in and allowing other players in when the whole group of them have done something unsavory toward the sport. Let me just bring this up and I know people will be like, well, what does this have to do with the performance and drugs? What if Justin Verlander one day is up for the Hall of Fame? Are we going to bring up 2017 what they did with the Astros? Because that's where the egregious that's ever hit this game. Yet their World Series stands. They enjoy wearing these rings around a lot of them are really arrogant in the way that they talk about it. Like we did nothing wrong. So I kind of correlate that to some of these performance enhancing drug guys. They're fine. The records are still standing, which infuriates me. You know, you had a commissioner that could have balanced the book, so to speak. And didn't. And at the same time, now you're going to have Justin Verlander up for the Hall of Fame, one of his greatest years traded in the middle of that year. If they don't get Verlander, they don't win that championship. I truly believe that. And so now he's going to be he's going to be eligible for the Hall of Fame, yet they probably won't even bring that up. They'll be like, just like, you know what? To me, you can't throw history under the rug. You can't hide it. And, you know, having played in the era of and it's not just the steroids. It's not just the aged the amphetamines were worse. Worse. Trust me when I say this. And to make it seem like that didn't even happen. That to me just shows you the people don't know what they're talking about. So if you want the complete history, all of the and the amphetamines go back to the 40s and 50s. Absolutely. Even Hank Aaron acknowledged this when he was kind of rust his soul when he was alive. He acknowledged the fact that everybody was doing them. Yeah. And so for guys to be more focused, more alert, being able to run faster and work out and do whatever they're doing, you know, the use of a drug, you know, to me, it's like, just stop. Like, you just said, you know, stop put the morality, put the right people in there that belong in there because it still is a very difficult Hall of Fame to get into. You know, I'm still bitter about Ron Santo. He was putting posthumously. Buck O'Neal put in posthumously. There's a bunch of other guys that deserve to be in the whole thing. Listen, we haven't talked about mania Ramirez yet. We haven't talked about Gary Sheffield, Jimmy Ron and a rod shilling, all these guys belong to be in the Hall of Fame, but if you want to.

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Big Papi elected to HOF; Bonds, Clemens, Schilling left out

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Big Papi elected to HOF; Bonds, Clemens, Schilling left out

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Your decisions. Thank you. Don't envy you. All right, thanks to all of our guests for joining us today and thanks to you for listening. When we finished recording, doctor yerkovich said that probably my best bet is to try to separate the baseball and some of the off field activities that are unrelated to baseball. That would at least resolve some of this conflict, but in a way it would create some conflict too. I certainly see the merits of that approach. And I wouldn't blame anyone for pursuing it. And maybe I ultimately will decide to do something similar. But as of now, it's still sort of given me pause. I'm sorry we didn't get to talk to Gary Gillette on our first segment, but you can hear him with Sean and Ted on last week's episode of fan graphs audio, and maybe we can have him on some time to talk about other topics because he's been involved in many other preservation and restoration efforts. He has helped lead the restoration of the historic hamtramck stadium in Michigan, one of the few surviving sites where Negro leagues baseball was played. It was the home of the Detroit stars, and I believe it's reopening next spring. I'll link to some info on that on our show page. And I also wanted to shout out the work of another Negro leagues researcher named Eric shellac, who has done a lot of really complex work on developing major league equivalencies for Negro leagues players for those of you who aren't familiar with their Bill James creation and are usually applied to current minor leaguers, so you can say what are so and so is stats in double-A equivalent to in the majors? If that player had been promoted and Eric schleck has developed a method to do sort of the same thing for Negro leagues players to try to figure out if baseball had been integrated at the time, what might their stats have looked like? What were their careers have looked like? And I'll link to some resources for that too. Maybe we can talk to him sometime, but it's interesting stuff. Would cool papa bell have had 3366 hits with Josh Gibson, who of course only played through age 34 have had 435 homers, so it's translating that performance not only to different leagues and contexts and offensive environments, but also extrapolating over longer schedules, et cetera because as wonderful as it is to have seam heads and to have baseball reference and to be able to look up those numbers, what the players actually did in their official Negro leagues games, you still have to do some mental math to figure out, okay, seasons where this much shorter and maybe the offensive environment or the talent level was a little different in this way or that way. So it's an approximation, but it can be an eye opening one. You can support effectively wild on Patreon by.

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"One of the things that the families has done, we have started our own alliance, which is called the Negro leagues, players, and families alliance. And so with that being said, you'll hear more of us working together as one voice. Promoting illegal leagues, promoting our descendants and just getting to more awareness of these great players. And I would say this where I turn with a tad, you know, you know, the pandemic, you know, we had a bad year in the pandemic. In 2020, but I think it also brought a lot of us together. There's a lot of people I have met I will never have met with this whole campaign process just going through the pandemic. A lot of things has changed during a pandemic, a lot of things has changed on the whole black lives matters movement. You know, some people feel as though that negotiations would not be going to Major League Baseball record books if it wasn't for the Black Lives Matter movement. And so the pandemic in 2020 was an interesting year. And we were going to try to capitalize on that and bring these all these guys to Ted, do you have anything to add to that? Well, yeah. We touched on, well, first of all, Sean's right on 42 for 21 is not going to be static. We're going to publish this list and then now here's where we do need to recruit others because I'm not a writer. Gary's an excellent writer. What little I've read is Sean, he can write. I'm not a writer. But Gary's intent is for us to publish monthly might be a little ambitious, but an article, of course, Ben, you certainly can submit, but we will be posting with an eye towards the hall, but not necessarily just the hall. So that's one aspect. But I wanted to comment about other improvements to the hall system that we can advocate and one as Sean was talking about the makeup of the voters. The whole their vet com typically has Hall of Famers, executives and writers. And God bless them all of them know their baseball, but the Negro leagues go back now 75 years. So if you watch them as a teenager, you're 93. You know, so there's really not too many people who have a great knowledge there. So I think it's important to bring back an expression. I don't like using, but a segregated committee, you know, segregated segregated to Negro league expertise and about segregated to Negro leaguers only. In order to get this job done right, these are players who were punished by segregation, and now they're punished by integration of a Hall of Fame ballot. And that shouldn't be allowed. There are 37 now players in the hall as Negro leaguers with Biden buck just joining that list. Of them, 33 of them went on from segregated ballots. Only buck and bud and rube and ray dandridge went in from integrated ballots. So I think that's another improvement that can be made to the current system as ugly a word as segregation is. I think it's necessary because of the history of the country, unfortunately, prior to 47 and continuing through this day. As you noted in the press release, you're not necessarily saying put all 42 people on your list in, although I guess you probably wouldn't object. But you also write there even if all of those 42 were to be added to the Hall of Fame it would still bring the percentage of black and Latino players from the segregated era to 34%, which is ten percentage points or 22% less than the 44% representation of black and Latino players in the integrated at era. So if you just go by the math, it seems like there is a lot of ground to make up there potentially. And of course, you did not have opportunities for a lot of black and with players to play during that era, at least at a high level in professional leagues. So I guess that makes it more difficult, but even so there's a long way from proportional representation there. And a lot of great candidates who are still outside the black room there. And as the press relief mentions, we're not looking for proportional representation 30% would be an improvement, of course. But I don't feel that there's what's the old remedy quota. I'm not looking for a quota system here because that would also limit the number of entries and I'm not so sure of 42 covers everyone. I just want to give a fair and just look at everyone in wherever it falls. It falls. Certainly 17% doesn't do the job. Well, we wish you both the best with your efforts and we will link to the press release and the list of players from the poll results. And of course, you can find out more about 42 for 21 at 42 for 21 dot org. You can also find the Josh Gibson foundation at Josh Gibson dot org. We have been speaking to Ted nor and Sean Gibson. Thanks very much, guys. Thank you. All right, we will take a quick break now, and when we come back, we will be joined by doctor Sally yerkovich of Columbia University. We'll tell us what the.

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Lineup was the highest paid team in black baseball according to the Harrisburg patriot. I can't stand behind that, but anytime you start to put a lineup together with beckwith and Charleston, you're going to have to pay. But yes, John Beck would finish third in our poll. He also scored 79% earlier in 2021 when Larry Lester pulled the saber Negro league committee. John is a very worthy and underrated and relatively unknown candidate. How did you guys go about assessing some of the black baseball candidates from prior to the formation of the Negro leagues where you might not have many or any reliable statistics as opposed to the ones that have now been reclassified as major league? Is that largely based on just a lot of digging through newspaper accounts at the time and things that other contemporaries said about them? I mean, I know that there's a lot of data gathering that's gone on with a player like John Donaldson, for instance. I guess I'm most interested in how you even are able to assess who were the best players from that period. But Fowler, we know because he was the first in professional baseball that we know of. But with others at that time, I know it's a little tougher if you can't just look it up on steam heads. Let me pick one because with a specific player I can sort of talk with a little bit of sensibility. George stovey, the first thing we look at there, you know, the 1952 courier pole didn't mention him, but in 2006, he wasn't among 94 players nominated for that ballot. He did not make the ballot, but he did, he does have statistics very limited innings and same heads and really same heads as our go to place for the statistical data. And his ERA plus is two 21. Now, again, this is in limited appearances, but that's outstanding and his war is pitching war is 6.2. So both of those tell us a lot. Stovey at the highest level of baseball he could get up to the international league. I believe he still holds the record in that league for most wins in a season. He won 40 games. And he was one of the black battery they had the other half would have been fleet walker that is one of the instances of where Jim Crow finally put up his barrier against African Americans playing in organized balls, so that also was worthy of some mention. And of course he does get 50% of the vote in the 41 for 21 poll. I don't know where he finished. I think he finished in the areas. Number 20, so he finishes 20th and I think he's well positioned to be a Hall of Famer after 5 or 6 other pitchers that are ahead of them, of course. Sean, I wanted to ask you because you're in sort of a unique position to opine on this. If there are lessons that we can draw from the experience of the families and descendants of Negro leaguers in terms of the current ballot where we're looking at live players, because I think that dick Allen is the very tragic and most recent example of failing to acknowledge someone while he's alive to enjoy that. And we saw the same thing with buck O'Neil before him. So what lessons might we learn in terms of how the hall should think about induction, not just for the players that the committee is concerned with, but more generally? Yeah. Like you mentioned a couple two guys, that guy who actually was an endorser for the Josh Gibson to renamed MVP after Josh, and of course that you mentioned buckle nil, who spoke on behalf of their 17 players. I went in back in 2006. Both are gone, buck is going into the hall. You know, he's no longer here. Yeah, you know, it's tough. It's tough when the neglects are because you look at it. We just celebrated last year our hundred year anniversary, right? So there's not too many these guys still around. It's sad. I think I know of raun teenage Lee who's in Detroit. He's 94 years old, played the New York Cubans. And so when you talk about the descendants, it's mainly, you know, it's not too many families. And then I'm starting with too many players living. Right. And so that's tough right there. We're in the era now where it's the families that's taking over and keeping that legacy alive for their relatives or fathers and grandfathers and great grandfathers. And so, you know, that's why I was saying, it would be great to have, you know, when you come up when you talk about the ballots, the players with the ballots, it'll be great to have a family member or two involved in this process or a voter. You know, I think we know these families. We know this history of the new league baseball players. And so I think we'd be strong candidates to be involved in this process, some kind of way or be evolved into vote. So I think that's one where they can hear our voice. And in the meantime, while we wait for more Negro leagues players to be inducted, hopefully, what can be done or what is being done to bring attention to those players in other ways and I know that you Sean and of course bob Kendrick at the equal leagues baseball museum have just brought so much visibility to players and of course savers efforts and yours as well. Ted. So I guess getting into cooperstown is important and certainly adds some visibility. But I guess it's not the be all end all. And of course, we don't necessarily have to wait however many years it is until Negro leaguers are eligible for induction again to keep telling their stories. Yeah, I'll start off to what I think though. I mean, we're going to still do our part here with the JavaScript foundation, of course, promoting Josh and the other great newly players. Of course, the Pittsburgh crawfords and the homestead rays. I heard you mention earlier been, you know, next year is celebrating Josh's 50s anniversary of his Hall of Fame induction. And so we'll get a lot of media pressure around that. Of course, it's also bug Leonard's 5th year anniversary as well. So you get two great new league baseball players celebrating 50 anniversary as your nickname was the thunder twins. And so that's one way we'll be doing it. Of course with this 42 for 41, you know, this will be an ongoing thing. I mean, we started it like Ted said back in November, we're only on muffin. This would be a long, this would be a long worthwhile campaign. And you know, the goal will be to have mentioned the other committee members on this, hopefully get some other failing rising involved in this..

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Sean may be better at things like that. But this group was formed and we expect to expand our number. I'm talking about in decision making, maybe go from three to 7 9 or 11. And to really campaign hard for the Hall of Fame to be inducting a more realistic picture of all 13 major leagues, thank you, Ben, for that. All 13 major leagues that existed prior to the integration of the junior and senior circuits. And what form is that taking right now in terms of advocacy? Well, the first step and we began this probably around November 1st Gary and I putting together a 116 person ballot to just get a sense of the pulse of the Negro league historian artists, authors, former Negro league families, although Sean is our only rep from there at the moment, but we want to get a sense of how many worthy players are out there. Players in executives and umpires, you know, just like the rest of the Hall of Fame, so that's our first step now. We have compiled them that press release goes out today, we've named 42 such personages. And I guess we're looking to get that out. And thanks to you and Ben for helping, in fact, this is the first such interview we only released an hour or so ago. But this hopefully sparks discussion not just with potential activists for one of a better word, but also with the hall. Hopefully we'll get to hall's attention earlier than later in the process. Yeah, and Sean, what drew you to this effort and what have you learned during your past year of activism and how have you seen attitudes and interest in the subject change? Yeah, you know it's been great to join Ted and Gary, you know, I've been on tear for a very long time. Good friend and I met Gary a few years ago. Actually, we met in person for the first time when the opera was in Detroit, the JavaScript and opera back in 20 18, 2017. But, you know, my effort, my effort, and this is all, you know, Ted and Gary are a great historians. You know, what I want to bring to the table, of course the JavaScript name. In my experience working on an MVP campaign is Ted mentioned, we had been pushing his MVP three name to MVP after Josh, as you know. And the campaign was born very well and it still is going very well. It's just that waiting on the BBW to decide what they want to do. But in all in all, you know, you know, I'm a Negro leaguer for heart, you know? And when they told me about this campaign, I definitely wanted to be involved. You know, my main thing is to see is that, you know, I didn't realize until Ted and Gary told me that that's the hall is only taking the nigga league players every ten years. And to me I just feel like that is absurd. You need, why would you wait every ten years to end up neglect baseball players? And I just, you know, when I found that out, that's really when I wanted to get involved in this and use my expertise, use our name to help get some of these players in. You know, they now have to be every year, but you know I'm thinking every two years every three years at the latest. But every ten years, no, I don't understand that. So that's one of my main reasons and I'm hoping to be able to get that change. Right. So Ted, could you run through the history of Negro leaguers getting into or not getting into the baseball Hall of Fame in cooperstown and a little over 50 years since the doors were finally opened and Josh Gibson got in, of course, in 1972, there was a big discussion in committee in 2006. But it's been since then no new nuclear Vegas had been inducted until just last week. Well, for me, that history begins almost as far back as Jacky crossing the line because in 1951, I think that's the year. Satchel page actually got a vote in the BBW AA election. He was probably not eligible. However, that's the first entry that I'm aware of the baseball Hall of Fame shining a light. Slight but still, on the Negro leagues, and then just over a decade later with no Hall of Famer ever getting in on their first ballot since the very first election. Here Jackie Robinson in his first year and about, therefore, the earliest and African American could possibly have gotten into hall, he got in with bob feller also on first ballot election. So those first two efforts by the hall, I think deserve credit. And this is where I come from and approaching the hall. Their record dates as far back as major leagues. In terms of the integration of the game. So this is something they should be building on. After that, you have the Ted Williams speech in 1966, and then as you alluded to, there were 7 years in which they put in 9 Negro league players filled in a full, a full 9 player team, and then they sort of dropped a ball, but even then it was, oh, I don't know, maybe a couple decades, but two, two Negro leaguers found their way through that maze, without any real affirmative action, although when you have a vet committee with buck O'Neil, Roy campanelle and Monty Irvin on it. I guess there's affirmative action there, even if it's not named. And then the hall again in 1995 in ducks a 5 year promise of putting one Negro leaguer in every year for 5 years, and that was even extended two years before the investment of a quarter $1 million by Major League Baseball managed by the Hall of Fame and that ended up in 2006 with data unlike we never had before and 17 players and personages put into the hall..

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"There have been other life lessons to that effect. This has been a weird little intro for me, isn't it? We're leaving it all in. I don't know, guys. We're toward the end of the year. Very tired. I didn't expect to be tired admitted to summer. I don't know, anyway. So those ones rankle for me because, you know, especially with guys who are trying to sustain momentum or pick up momentum or really close and deserving and you know it has a negative impact on them when that stuff happens. So I don't know. I struggle with whether we take the whole thing too seriously or not seriously enough and depending on the day my answer can change because there are moments where I'm like, but you know like a person is waiting to find out if this great honor that they care about is going to be bestowed on them. You just send out a blank ballot, man like talking to that. And then there are other days where I'm like, we just need to unplug this discourse and plug it back in because it's so so serious it's going to collapse under its own weight. You know, here's an episode that's entirely about the Hall of Fame. Yes. And I don't want to be too self serious. You're right. No. But it's not an easy decision, but it's ultimately not like the highest stakes of anything in the world either. It's just high stakes when it comes to baseball, I guess. Yeah. And as I've said in the past, it matters. It matters a great deal to these players and to their families and to the fans who rooted for them. And so I think, you know, having some reverence for that is appropriate, even if we can kind of properly place it within the broad spectrum of things that we need to worry about in the world. This does matter to people, and so we should make sure to try to do right by it. So, yeah. And I would never send in a blank ballot. Either send in one with some names checked or not sent in one. Yeah. As I decide which of those things to do, I'm planning to make a little pilgrimage to cooperstown at some point before the end of the year when these ballots are due, because I haven't actually been there since I was a kid, and I don't really remember it all that well and it's changed a lot in the intervening years, of course. And I'm hoping that if I just stroll through the rooms and look at the plaques that maybe that will bring me some clarity. And I live in New York State, so I don't have to cross the country or anything to get there and I won't be too far away from it. Maybe in that week between Christmas and New Year's Day we'll go and take a little tour and see how I feel. And we can probably leave the ballot reactions alone for a little while. We will link to where you can find those things. They are very well chronicled and of course you can find Jeff's continuing coverage at fan graphs where I was amused that he just lumped in but Clemens showing and so into one giant post that would stay. It's like, just get this out of the way in just one go. Let's not string this out here if you want to read about these guys. Here they are. Yes, just the lump payment. So that's there if you want it. Yeah, Jay's thoughts on that little group are well documented and have been for over a decade. And some of it, I mean, is some of it sparing us having to run individual posts for some of the more noxious members of this class. I mean, like, sure, but also the real constraining factor was that because there were two era committees that met this year. There really was an actual crunch in terms of time because it is important to J to profile everyone on the ballot before ballots are due because I think that he does offer a perspective that voters find useful and he takes that responsibility seriously. So that was the 95% of it. And then 5% was that we have sure talked about that group enough. I mean, some members of it more than others to be clear. I don't think that everyone is quite as noxious as the rest, but all right. Well, let's get to our guess and we won't even take a break, let's just roll right into our first segment. We are joined now by two of the three people behind a new committee called 42 for 21, which is bringing attention to deserving Negro leagues and black baseball candidates for upcoming Hall of Fame at elections and trying to ensure that we won't have to wait too long for those elections to occur. One of our guests is Sean Gibson, the executive director of the Josh Gibson foundation, whom we had on last year to talk about his campaign to get the MVP award renamed after his great grandfather, Josh, Sean, welcome back. Thank you for having me, man. I'm glad to be back. And our second guest is longtime Negro leagues researcher and writer historian Ted nor the founder of sabers, Jerry maloy Negro league conference hello Ted. Good evening there, Megan and Ben. And we were supposed to be joined by Gary Gillette, who is also involved in the committee, but he had a power outage not long before this episode. So we will talk to Sean and Ted and guys if you could give us some info on how the committee came to be and what it stated aims are. We will link to some information and press releases that you've put out. But I don't know who wants to take this exactly. I think I'll take that. I'll go first and then Sean can jump in. We were inspired by Sean's yearlong effort to get the major league most valuable player aboard named renamed after his great grandfather and the experience that Sean brings for the past year is he's a very valuable of the three of us he's been beaten the bushes for a year. I bring a modicum of experience in Negro league history, and Gary is our Jack of all trades. He's, you know, an overall baseball expert and he's our political person, so I don't know how much help I'm gonna be..

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Been inducted yet and maybe have not even been on a ballot yet, and as things stand, they will have to wait at least ten years to be on a ballot in the 42 for 21 committee is trying to change that and to speed up those cycles, which is a worthy cause I think. So there are new wrinkles at least to the Hall of Fame conversation each time we talk about it. Yep, it's good to have new wrinkles and not just warts. Got dirks. The ballots, though, I haven't been paying the closest attention to the ballots that have been revealed and have been documented by rain Tibet and his team over at the Hall of Fame ballot tracker. But some of the ballots are bad. And I'm not going to single out any individual ballots because they get plenty of attention drawn to them. But I'm constantly struck just it's like every color of the rainbow like every possible ballot you could imagine. Because you would think that they would break down along certain lines and that you could do a taxonomy of Hall of Fame ballots and you could just say, okay, this person is clearly this kind of voter or that kind of voter, and you can tell if it's a small haul voter or a big hall voter or someone who cares about this or that. But sometimes they're just all over the place at least in my opinion where you look at it and it's like, where's the consistency here? You voted for this person and yet not that person and I'm trying to twist myself into some sort of logical not to figure out how that is actually consistent and I don't know that I am like most of the electorate here. I think compared to the average Hall of Fame voter or at least the average person who is eligible to vote for the hall because I haven't decided if I am a voter or not, I think I am more likely than average to pay attention to the advanced stats and war and jaws and to evaluate players through that lens. And less likely to give a lot of credence to the character clause when it comes to cheating and to PEDs and steroid use, but maybe more likely to give weight to the character clause when it comes to other off the field issues and bad behaviors. So I don't know that I map onto most of the voters, all that well, and yet even so it's like, okay, I'm trying to reverse engineer. I'm trying to follow your thought process here and often the people who vote will lay out their thought process at least to some extent in a column, which does not always make it any easier for me to follow. Yeah, again, like you, I don't think we need to call out particular ballots because I find that when people are engaged in attention seeking behavior that refusing to give them attention makes them. Absolutely crazy. So there's that part of it. But yes, I think that this ballot in particular seems to be giving people fits when they're trying to really tread some sort of ideologically consistent or logically consistent line in terms of their ballot makeup. So I don't envy you, Ben. I mean, I think it is a hard needle to thread. But yeah, some of them have been kind of wild. There have been some real wild submissions. So I guess our purposely wild as you're saying and they're effectively wild if your goal is to get attention for your ballot and to have lots of people quote tweeting you, then that has certainly happened. Yeah, when it is like not even like a protest vote, but just like a statement vote kind of I mean, I guess you're entitled to that, the point of having a big voting body is that every individual will have a different way of looking at these things and hopefully you get the wisdom of crowds at the end of it. And I think on the whole, the baseball writers have recently done a decent job at least from some perspectives. I think that there are certainly some ballots that would not look like my ballot if I cast a ballot and yet I get it and I completely understand it and respect it. If you're someone who is just going to completely write off the character clause and just or at least the portions of the character clause that I care more about maybe and just say this is a baseball museum and it's so mandated in purview and it should just be the best baseball players. I get that because I felt that way myself until fairly recently when I just had a hypothetical ballot and would imagine what I would do. It's only fairly recently that I and some others have sort of changed our thinking. And so if that is your thinking, then I completely understand it, and it probably even reflects most people who would care about the Hall of Fame's thinking or most people who would be visiting the Hall of Fame thinking, which is one thing that gives me pause, you know, if I were to exclude some of the best baseball players ever on the grounds of things that had nothing to do with baseball, is that actually serving the purpose of the institution or a baseball fans in general? I don't know, it's more just kind of a gut feeling, not sure that I am personally comfortable honoring or endorsing this person or promoting the celebration of this person basically. But I totally get it if you're just like, oh, this is one of the best baseball players ever. Obviously, why would you even have a Hall of Fame without that player? So that I understand. It's more, I guess, when it comes to the actual player evaluation, differences is where maybe I'm more mystified when you have these ballots where I guess it's often where Scott Rowland is kind of like the reaction to some ballots because there are players who are clearly at least in my mind not as accomplished as Scott Roland and then Scott Roland will be missing or other cases like that where I just think. I don't know, I don't get it. Well, and I think that the ones that enroll in is like a really great example of this. We have seen a couple of ballots that have only had one person on it. I think we've I think we've seen one blank ballot, am I right about that? I don't know. I've lost track. And those really are those are the ones where I you're right. Those voters are within their rights to cast a blank ballot, but it would just like put it in a drawer, man. Turn it in, because I've refused to believe that there isn't anyone on that belt who is Hall of Fame worthy. And if you turn in a blank, it counts as a no. Yes. So it has a real impact like the mechanics of every the Ben, it turns out that the mechanics of elections are really important for the end result. I don't know..

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"About how are you? Under stimulated by this values at least do you remember some time ago some years ago I somewhat facetiously suggested that maybe all off season activity should be kept under wraps until pitchers and catchers report to spring training and just all together we would find out who went where and who's on what team now and it would be this glorious day where I'll just surprise to see where everyone signed in where everyone was traded. And that was a facetious suggestion, but I retract even that, I think having been faced with the equivalent of that even just for a couple of weeks here. I don't want to wish that on anyone certainly who has to cover baseball and figure out ways to do that. But anyone who just has their interest jog by baseball, I've been sort of fascinated in a gallows humor kind of way looking to see how people are filling their websites these days, including fan graphs you're doing a great job. Thank you. Everyone else. MLB dot com, of course, can not mention current players or has decided that it will not mention current players. And so I don't want to say they're scraping the barrel, but they're getting creative when it comes to their baseball coverage. And then there's a lot of here's what teams might do after the lockout ends, and where might this guy go? Yeah. What made this team do? Or I've seen people reporting old transactions that didn't happen, but almost did team X was interested in player way who they didn't end up acquiring, but they were interested in him and there were trade talks between the cubs and the Padres last year involving Eric Hosmer. I mean, I like hearing about trades that didn't come to fruition too, but it seems like in withdrawal for actual transactions. And so the substitute is either past transactions that were not completed or future hypothetical transactions that could be completed when transactions are occurring again. Yeah, you didn't enjoy Ben writing about the congressional baseball game using effectively why? Yeah. He mentioned the podcast in his first paragraph. I enjoyed it. I guess it wasn't really about the congressional baseball game. So much as it was about math. But yeah, it's a challenge, although, as I said on our last show, one of our recent shows, who knows one, anything happens anymore. We always have some off season lull, right? We've dealt with slow transaction winters before. But yes, this is a slightly new condition that we find ourselves in, and I think that everyone just let yourself be weird, you know, just like enjoy the strange of it all. These circumstances are suboptimal, admittedly, but, you know, get funky, go all the 2021 retro sheet data is out alcohol, dig in. Go have some fun with that. Yeah, please. Yeah, and then I know recently, the other Ben took a look back at that spending orgy that happens before the tap was cut off. And what he found was interesting, I think he found that essentially the spending when it comes to dollars per projected war was not wildly out of line with past years. It was wildly out of line with last year, which was itself wildly out of line with previous years, so last year no one was spending this year at least briefly. They were spending more or less like they had in prior years, although if you look at the lung arc over times there has not been a continued increase. But that was interesting because I think rap midford and his letter was like, look, everything is wonderful and spending with huge and there's clearly no problem with free agency. He didn't say all of those words, but he suggested as much. And what Ben found basically was that looked a little more like normal, but also normal has not actually changed in a wealth whereas in the past normal would keep climbing over time. Right, and I think and Ben was careful to make clear that we can't really arrive at a strong conclusion about this because the number of guys that are sort of in that middle class that we always lament these days. You can say that about any number of things couldn't we. But in baseball, you know, only like 19 of those guys who were sort of the lower end fill ins at every team needs every year and hundreds of them will end up signing over the course of the entire winter, but I think only 19 have so far. But in the early returns, it seems like the stratification between the stars earning big, big contracts and the middle class of players struggling to sort of not make ends meet, but sort of keep pace is continuing. So it'll be something that we obviously have to revisit again once we have more contract sign, but since we have the pause, we can kind of take a look at where things sit now and yeah, dollar spent is a metric. It is not the only metric and it's one that requires a bit more investigation and it turns out when you have a really, really good free agent class, those guys get money spent on them. Yeah. News at 11. Film at 11. I don't know what they do on the news anymore. They tiktoks at 11. Tiktoks. That's what we do now. Well, we just don't have news when it comes to Facebook now. We have lots of coaching reorganizations. Yeah. You're interested in who the new third base coach for this team or that team is this is just a great time for you. But otherwise, during this lull in transaction activity, what we do have is the Hall of Fame. What is this a Hall of Fame episode? Yes, yes it is. And we will not do nonstop Hall of Fame episodes, I promise, maybe some of you want that. Some of you probably don't, but we probably won't talk about the Hall of Fame again for a little while, but we wanted to devote this episode to two different Hall of Fame related segments. And in the second segment, we will be talking to doctor Sally your bitch who is a museum ethicist and this is not a profession. I knew about, which is just my fault. It was something I was not aware of until we had our recent conversation about the Hall of Fame and my deciding what to do with my ballot and whether to vote and how to vote. And someone I think tweeted at me afterward and said, well, you should talk to a museum ethicist. And I did not know that there were ethicists who specialized in museums. And so we will talk to doctor yerkovich, who is not a baseball specialist, although she has visited the Hall of Fame in the past and she'll tell us a little bit about how some of these issues that baseball Hall of Fame voters are wrestling with with the current ballot are also mirrored in some other museums these days. So nice to know that we have company at least as we try to figure all of this out and also in the first segment, we will be talking to Sean Gibson and Ted nor about a new committee called 42 for 21 that is working for greater recognition of Negro league players and black baseball players who have not.

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Starting9

"So at the end of the day. What's more prestigious. What's the more exclusive club. What's higher in the pantheon of of baseball achievements. Yes that's cooperstown. The brewers hall of fame definitely cooperstown. And that's where i'll be. Someday you can drink your goslings cooperstown. Catch me a milwaukee. How about that. In the brewers hall of fame drinking goslings cashew out cash. You outside of cooperstown look at it. Maybe we'll get you a job as an usher in cooperstown. That's what that's what minihan wants to do. Do what he wants to be. Like one of the hall of fame like tour guides. Don't you feel like you've got to be like a somebody who likes people. I don't know if kurt maybe he doesn't i don't know. Does he like people know but he does he. He likes baseball history. He doesn't like current baseball but he's he's got like an encyclopedic knowledge of baseball from when he he was a kid for sure mug. Is he prepared for battle because you start chirping. Some of these folks that show up at the hall of fame ready to drop their baseball encyclopedia knowledge on them start. Offending folks could be could be fisticuffs time kirk but the whole never been someone that's been afraid to offend people. That's for sure. No i don't know this minihan fell. So you're gonna tell me about goslings. Goslings run with bermudian. Bermudian values motivates people to take time stop and smell the roses to step away from the rat race and be happy family owned and operated since eighteen. O six goslings. Rum's the spirit of bermuda in the dark and stormy is bermuda's national drink. The name darkens stormy was said to have originated around the nineteen twenties when an old fisherman observed that the drink was the color of cloud only a fool or a dead man would sail under. Oh probably followed by barman. I'll have another dark and stormy goslings makes it even easier as they have ready to drink dark.

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Derek Jeter Teases One Writer Who Denied Him a Unanimous HoF Selection

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Derek Jeter Teases One Writer Who Denied Him a Unanimous HoF Selection

"Derek Jeter, the headliner Wednesday and Cooperstown Baseball's Hall of Fame class of 2020. Finally inducted, and Jeter brought his sense of humor to the induction speech. Thank you to the baseball writers, all but one of you. Voted for me. Yep, referring to that one still anonymous writer who left Jeter off his ballot. The Yankee shortstop goes into the hall with Larry Walker and Ted Simmons and the late Marvin

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Yankees Star Derek Jeter Inducted Into Baseball Hall of Fame

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Yankees Star Derek Jeter Inducted Into Baseball Hall of Fame

"Hi year later than scheduled Derek Jeter led a four member class of inductees into baseball's hall of fame in Cooperstown the fabled Yankee shortstop was joined by cardinals brewers and Braves catcher Ted Simmons expose Rockies and cardinals outfielder Larry Walker and the late Marvin Miller long time head of the Major League Baseball Players Association who made free agency possible shooters long awaited induction speech captured the doubts all four faced on their way to Cooperstown to this day I remember every time I was down there I I I made and I still make a mental note so I was and I'm going to prove doubters wrong no it's what drove me to still drive his date the four inductees were elected to the hall and twenty twenty no one was selected in this year's ballot I'm John Merriam

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Deserve To be in Cannes and Canton, Cooperstown. Love. They're cheap. Absolutely. Hall of Famer, no doubt about it. Great player. Top 10 grade is short stops of all time. It wasn't that good defense. This was Um Oh, wow. Was describing my new, uh My new Yannis is that I got because I've had a very hard time matching them with my clothes. I think I did a good job tonight. Got pictured. Great pants and then my honest is I was describing all the colors and I got a text message saying that those shoes sound ugly as hell and, um You can call my Children ugly. Because they kind of look like me. So that's fair. Do not call my baby's ugly and my babies are my shoes. They are not ugly. They are wonderful. And beautiful. Perhaps to the untrained dying Right? I'm sure To you. Perhaps a Jackson polic. For instance, is just some splotches on a canvas. Don't expect Everybody to be able to appreciate the beauty. Of my Orange Sherbert with hot pink shoeless Joe. Honest, All right, just Guy having I trained up for this kind of thing. I don't expect everybody. It's like art. Not everybody gets it. Yeah..

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"cooperstown" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Which always pops immediately to mind. It's a party the night of a great party all summer. You're remembered as a champion filled with positives the whole winning championship thing but the hall of fame forever forever. You know the be kids forever going through the hall of fame and seeing an asking the question. Who's that guy right. So many anonymous people on the stanley cup who are forgotten by every hockey fan alive. Right a guy. Just glance at the side and they they remove rings after x. amount of time so the stanley cup isn't thirty feet tall right. Let know. I'm talking guys that are on the current stanley cup. That if i i could find you five guys. Even if you're a fairly knowledgeable hockey fan. I could probably find five guys and you would never have heard of them. Yeah you know you make right right. I bet lawyer walker would agree with what you said earlier. That larry walker get the day's getting closer where he's going to be inducted. And what a great great thing for. Canada and larry walker would be the guy to say that as well right like super humble guy you've got to do is look back at a bunch of like we were talking about interviews. This guy was the most excited about doing a ride along with the police back in the day. Used to talk about that but but that would be. That'd be typical of larry walker going. You know what. It's great for me. But i'm really happy for our country that we got representation in there and i'm only i'm the only the second guy so thanks candidate for supporting me more. I think by baseball fans mistime of the rockies. Mind you the rockies. Gonna they're gonna retire number thirty three jersey and some people will say asterisk with all the home runs. He got like as if he was as colorado. You mean era deal exactly. Yeah they used to call the field there and they may still canaveral course field. And it's almost like he wasn't hitting home runs in montreal. I got news for you before you went to colorado. He was already a power hitter. So just you know. Calm the hell down. He was going to be an outstanding player. Wherever you stuck that guy right. And so. The expos. The city of montreal and canada all One hundred percent proud of this guy but lots fans in colorado. He's also in saint louis for a little while as well the end of his career. All proud of this guy Can the stats. Are this five. Time all star. Nl mvp seven time. Gold glover three times silver slugger award three time batting. Champion and Nationally home run leader in ninety seven..

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A History of Women and the Olympics

Stuff Mom Never Told You

02:34 min | 1 year ago

A History of Women and the Olympics

"So a lot of the story has to do with french. Feminist alice milia and her women's world games which took place from nineteen twenty two to nineteen thirty four and led the olympics leading women compete in events on a much wider scale. Yeah there's a lot of acronyms in this one so bear with us. The women's world games were yaas response to the international olympic committee's or the international association of athletics. Ias disdain and vera. I wave feminists gaining ground and a lot of women wanting to compete in certain events. Like the eight hundred batur track event events that did not recognize women or have been deemed unfit for women. Yes this eight hundred meter track of it. We're going to get into it. But it caused a lot of controversy when it came to women competing so at this time people and particularly in this context europeans or already talking about gender equality the term. Feminism is thought to have been coined in the eighteen eighties by a french activist by the name of coubertin claire around the same time. Baron pierre do cooper thanh who was also. French founded the modern iteration of the olympics. And the i o dagobert on outright opposed women's participation in sports and this bled over into what events he believed women could and should compete in when it came to the olympics. Day cooper ten allegedly said that the olympics were created for quote the solemn and periodic exaltation of male athleticism with quote female applause as reward. Wow he went on to say quote it is. Indecent spectators should be exposed to the risk of seeing the body of a woman being smashed before there is besides no matter how tough sportswoman may be. Her organism is not cut out to sustain certain shocks her nerves rule. Her muscles nature wanted it that way again day. Cooperstown reason that grow as no women participated in the ancient games. There obviously was to be no place for them in the modern ones. Which just as a brief aside isn't the whole truth sat really the point. But he's wrong. In general yes so the nineteen hundred games or the first allowed women to compete though not officially sanctioned twenty two out of nine hundred ninety seven of the competitors or women and they competed in tennis golf sailing. Equestrian and croquet only golf and tennis. Had all women

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

"We had a great time. A lotta fun. My wife. And i went to fenway park. Red sox game. I always wanted to go see a game at fenway. That was cool. Eight rose off the field right behind the pesky pole and then went to new york for essentially you know twelve or thirteen days. stated family lake house which was nice might be the last of the lake house might be out of our families hands here after this year so we really got to enjoy that quite a bit went up to cooperstown with my buddy and i bought bought some baseball cards. Also randomly at cooperstown. Bought a walk. Clyde frazier autograph knicks jersey. So very happy about that will frame that up. Put down here in the basement..

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Remembering Atlanta Braves legend and longtime MLB home run king Hank Aaron

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:53 min | 2 years ago

Remembering Atlanta Braves legend and longtime MLB home run king Hank Aaron

"It was a sad day in baseball last week. When hank aaron passed away at age eighty six. One of the all time greats sluggers in baseball history. He wasn't amazing player. An amazing person. And when you think about hank. Aaron and his impact on a game it was tremendous. Think about this hank. Aaron played in the negro leagues hank. Aaron came up to the big leagues and was a star from day one. And when you look at his body of work. It is an incredible incredible degree of consistency. When you think that hank aaron batted three oh five. Seven hundred and fifty five home runs almost averaged hundred. Rbi is twenty three seasons and think about this. If you took away as seven hundred and fifty five home runs from his hit total he still would have three thousand hits. Which by itself get you into the hall of fame so not only does he have three thousand hits. He has a five hundred home. More than five hundred home runs. Those two are markers for me that automatically get my vote and then when you think about what he had to go through to become the homerun champ and the hey and the threats and the racism that was pointed towards him. Think about that People saying that they were going to shoot him. Kill his kids and this guy never never came undone never lashed out at people never got angry. Just kept playing ball kept his head down. He is definitely someone you can admire. And then he did weeks that milestone passing babe ruth and what a monumental moment that was when hank aaron became the all time home run king and i know people some people say he's still my home run king and is not barry bonds and i don't really wanna get into the whole debate about this. This is about hank. Aaron and what he did. I respect what hank aaron put up his numbers he put up but in the record books he's number two and that's where he is and that's what i respect and there's nothing wrong with being number two when when you put up the body of work that hank aaron has done he will be missed. What an impact. He's had and the grace and the dignity everything he play with and he was a world series champion and he was a steady as a as a as a get. Never hit fifty home runs. How can a guy play twenty years. Hit all those home runs and never had those big years over fifty. It's it's an amazing amazing accomplishment. And hank aaron will definitely be missed

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"cooperstown" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"cooperstown" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Cooperstown Arguments are a little louder this year with no one elected. Here's our Bomani Jones. But if you're not gonna put those guys in, can you at least get around to putting in the greatest defensive center fielder of all time? Andrea Jones, like for whatever reason, while you're going here to doing this ridiculous stuff with those two guys. This dude's the best center fielder there ever was, and he hit 400 home runs, and we're having to convince you to even think about putting him in the Hall of Fame, which is to say none of you guys make any sense on any level on anything that you do with the Hall of Fame. So if you're gonna be a hater on those guys for steroids, how about marveling at one of the greatest athletes you've ever seen Play baseball and put him in number four. Sooners knock off Number five. Texas Toby Rolling Clearfield AMG College. Never. It's the inbound baseball pass other in Intercepted by heartless and you can unhitch the wagon. Put the ponies in the board. No Miracle tonight. Oklahoma wins on the road in Austin number three capitals close things out with a half minute to go. Capitals radio network to Schultz Gonna go off the wall shot shoot sense really. Number two. Paul and McGregor in the Octagon. He tells our aerial, he'll want me. No looking in hindsight, you know my God, We got paid five million guaranteed to get knocked out by poor e eight. You should have took in the easy fight 50 million, right? So He literally just got knocked out. Embarrassed in front of the whole entire world, the worst fight he's ever had for $5 million, But he could have bought a youtuber kid for 50 million, So I think now they regret it. I don't even know if I would consider it like I want to fight with bigger, but it's just not as high peasant was before. I think he has to go get some wins under his belt, and then maybe I'll consider number one people in Green Bay. Red Farm says Come on, I wouldn't pay much attention to it. I think frustration, disappointment, hurt pain all were in that that sound bite. Look, there's no way the Packers would do anything to jeopardize losing Erin. You know, unless they're just chooses retire, which I would be shocked guys playing better now than he's ever played, and without him, you certainly wouldn't have been Even close to where you were yesterday, and I think the same way it will go for next year and it is it really the next few years if he chooses the plate. And on the heels of that Aaron Rodgers even beating.

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

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:03 min | 2 years 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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Baseball Hall of Fame postpones July inductions until 2021

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:31 sec | 2 years 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 postpones July inductions until 2021

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

00:15 sec | 2 years 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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Lawmakers: Put Flood in Hall of Fame

Politics and Public Policy Today

00:59 sec | 3 years 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 | 3 years 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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Jeter Misses Unanimous Election To Hall Of Fame By 1 Vote

Brett Winterble

00:29 sec | 3 years 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 | 3 years 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 | 3 years 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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Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter Jorge Pasada And Bernie discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:13 sec | 3 years 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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Mariners' Mike Leake comes within three outs of perfect game against Angels

News, Traffic and Weather

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Mariners' Mike Leake comes within three outs of perfect game against Angels

"News Seattle storm warning against Vegas last night over do drugs sixty nine sixty six almost a perfect game for mariners pitcher Mike Leake they got the window mariner shut out the angels ten nothing dollar coins with more force this morning for the Harley exterior sports desk from border we go to Cooperstown Seattle Mariners Edgar Martinez takes his place among the greats in baseball hall of fame this weekend but I can't say I knew Joe award and an English hard to believe that I'm going into the hall of fame and time goes by and I'm going to be given to Christian anguish if you ask me that thirty years ago at that now that never happened you can watch the ceremony on the Major League Baseball network Sunday at one

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Bloomberg, Roger Stone And Davidson Shabazz Napier discussed on Bloomberg Opinion

Bloomberg Opinion

00:17 sec | 4 years ago

Bloomberg, Roger Stone And Davidson Shabazz Napier discussed on Bloomberg Opinion

"Deal. Former Trump adviser Roger stone says he believes his arrest in the special counsels. Russia probe was politically motivated, and he's failing to plead not guilty and fight the charges. Stone has now been charged with witness tampering. Obstruction in line. The congress US stocks finished broadly higher on Friday as tech companies jump to other companies that stand to benefit from faster economic growth. They can dust drills retailers also grows. I'm barton. Now this Bloomberg sports update. Theo Pinson, Davidson Shabazz Napier carried a nets bench that dominated the next even without Spencer Dinwiddie and the nets beat the next at the Barclays center one zero nine ninety nine for their sixth straight win. Pinson on the two way contracts. Scored a career-high nineteen points Davis seventeen points and sixteen rebounds. Napier at eighteen is the nets reserves turned around and then ran away with the game, even without Dinwiddie. There are six men who has torn ligaments in his right bummed. Trey Burke, scored twenty five points of online had a career high twenty two points and thirteen rebounds for the visiting Knicks. The next have now lost eight in a row in twenty one of their last twenty three National Hockey League in the midst of their all-star game break the all star game to be played later this evening on San Jose local college basketball, the victory for I ONA, they defeat writers seventy seven seventy one Quinnipiac over Marissa ninety two seventy eight in the Ivy league was yield seventy nine Brown's seventy one. Nobody joke that Jesus booked a spot in Sunday's men's final of the Australian Open with a dominant straight-set win over Frenchman. Lucas poli the world's number one job of its next faces Nidal and a rematch of the two thousand twelve final. Justin, Rose, six hundred sixty six that gave him a three shot lead going into the weekend at the farmers insurance. Open in San Diego. Tiger Woods was eleven shots behind after failing again to make enough putts. He shot another seventy well making another move to bolster their bullpen amounts of agreed to a ten million dollar two year contract with free agent. Left-hander? Justin Wilson, Mike Mussina has elected not to have a team logo on his hall of fame plaque in Cooperstown museum pitch ten years in Baltimore and finished his career with eight seasons in a Yankees uniform and football news. The National Football League's all time leading scorer will be back for at least one more season as the Indianapolis Colts have resigned kicker Adam Vinatieri to a one year contract. The forty six year old will play a twenty four th season. With a Bloomberg. Sports update. I'm Tom Rogers. This is Bloomberg opinion on Bloomberg radio. Bring you news comments and insights from Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists. I'm June Grasso. Coming up on the show. The reason Republicans fell in love with tax cuts. Plus, how retailers are struggling to understand tech? But first drugmakers ushered in the

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Apple unveils its largest, most expensive iPhone

You Get The Blessing

01:46 min | 4 years ago

Apple unveils its largest, most expensive iPhone

"And it's twenty eighteen revealed this week CEO Tim cook announced apple is shipping. It's to billions IOS device and that wasn't all ABC's. Alec stone has more on what's hot and Cupertino. At Apple's big annual unveiling CEO, Tim cook and other executives pulled back the curtain on what had already leaked out beforehand. Anyway, iphone tennis. It is the most advanced iphone we've ever created apple revealing three new iphones and update to its iphone ten a bigger version of the iphone ten in fact, the largest iphone ever and a more budget friendly pared-down model that still cost seven hundred fifty bucks. It has a gorgeous new gold finish. And the apple watch is getting a makeover. It will become the first over the counter device to include no electro-cardiogram or e to keep track of the heart. Apple's chief operating officer. Jeff Williams it won't catch. Every instance of eighth Feb, we believe this is going to help a lot of people who didn't otherwise no they had an issue. But there were a few things missing from Apple's lineup. There were expectations that they would announce outdated waterproof air pods. Santa new wireless charging Matt that apple is reportedly been working on for a while defender harder. The tech blog and gadget to sample wanted to focus on the iphone. I think what we're seeing is it apple is continually just pushing the average price of their smartphones. They started at a thousand dollars last year with the iphone ten and now the tennis max is pretty much eleven hundred dollars. And that's really it. Like these aren't phones that everyone is gonna buy. But then again, be galaxy note is wildly successful. And it seemed like the iphone ten was wildly successful for apple too. So I think just by pushing the premium side of the market they can do things that maybe other Android manufacturers.

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