35 Burst results for "Cortes"
Aaron Judge 2nd fastest to 200 HRs, Yankees beat Royals 8-2
"Aaron judge Homer again as the Yankees beat the royals for the third straight day 8 to two Judge became the second fastest player in major league history to reach 200 career home runs Outpaced only by Ryan Howard of the Phillies We'll be able to do it and then I'm out of games is something special and we'll enjoy that but it's over with now time to get ready for this last game against the royals He has a major league leading 42 homers this season Judge is batting four 47 with 9 home runs and 21 RBIs in ten games since the all star break Nestor Cortes moved to 9 and three Matt Carpenter hit his 15th Homer in 40 games since joining the Yankees I'm Dave ferry
Judge homers again as Cortes, Yankees roll past Orioles 6-0
"Nestor Cortes allowed 6 hits and struck out 7 over 6 innings to earn his 8th win as the Yankees shut out the Orioles 6 to nothing Aaron judge went two for four and hit his major league leading 37th Homer as the yangs took two of three from Baltimore Answering back especially after the two games in Houston and they get in a chance to bounce back after a tough loss last night That's going to be big going to this off day and kind of heading back to New York Catcher Jose trevino had the first four hit game of his career while driving in a run dean Kramer took the loss for the Orioles to fall to three and two Craig heist Baltimore
The Importance of Crisis Pregnancy Centers
"For those of you who don't know, let me tell you about crisis pregnancy center. So I speak at a lot of crisis pregnancy centers. They have another new name they're going by, which I think they're called family planning centers. Is that right? Something like that. So I always said this for a while. The pro life movement does in abysmal job of marketing actually what these organizations are. They do such heroic work. The mostly women who work in these pregnancy crisis centers are so compassionate, they're hardworking, they're sympathetic. I spoke at a great one in Los Angeles. I spoke at a phenomenal in Texas, but largely most people have no idea that the even exists. Most pro life people have no idea that idea of a pregnancy crisis center actually works. Or what it is. So a pregnancy crisis center is this is that a crisis pregnancy center is they'll give someone a consultation and essentially say, hey, you might be your pregnant, you're in crisis and they'll give you an ultrasound and they will give you another choice or another option. For example, keeping the baby. Now a pregnancy crisis center is there to support women that very well might have no other access or resources to see the baby on an ultrasound before they make the actual decision of terminating the human being. Pregnancy crisis centers are phenomenal. They're one of the great ministries that exist. And many of them are faith based, not all of them. But again, I will reiterate this that pregnancy crisis centers are not well known enough in America. There's been a ton of money spent towards pro life causes as you saw with reversal roe versus wade, but most pro abortion people do not know. And it's not just about keeping the baby. It's also about diapers and supplies and strollers and clothes that are provided free of charge from these pregnancy crisis centers.
NC Senate Candidate Ted Budd Describes His Trump Endorsement
"Can you tell us about your Trump endorsement? Yeah, honored to have received on June 5th of 2021 when Donald J Trump, the 45th president came to North Carolina for a speech. And Laura got up on stage, large Trump had started all said that she was not going to run for U.S. Senate. And when Donald Trump resumed his speech he endorsed me. And so it was an absolute honor. We won out of a 14 league primary overwhelmingly by more than 34 points, but we had to put the work in, but I'm very, very appreciative to not just Donald Trump in 45th president for his support of me because that really made north carolinians pay attention, but also large Trump and her kind words and then also Donald Trump Jr.. He was a huge help as well and continues to be.
Charlie Welcomes Congressman Ted Budd, Senate Candidate for NC
"I love North Carolina, it's one of the nicest states in the entire country. North Carolina, the tar heel state, has some phenomenal people, and we have with us right now, someone who is running to become the next senator from North Carolina and not allow a Democrat to win. Ted Budd is with us. Ted, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, it's great to be with you and I first met you in North Carolina. Back when Nancy Pelosi put me on her list of 33 members of Congress, Republicans to eliminate back in 2018, member of the top year for Republicans and Don Junior, U came into Davidson county, right there in the middle of North Carolina and campaigned for me and really appreciate that. I remember that very well. So tell us about your race and I mean, North Carolina is experiencing a lot of the same sort of issues, the country is experiencing rising crime, inflation, talk about some of the top issues that you're running in campaigning on that are affecting North Carolina voters. You know, historically, you've seen somebody have to change from the primary over to the general, but you don't really have to do that in this race because the issues are still the same. And it's two main issues. One of the things that I did among all the Democrats that were running really who just consolidated around sherry Beasley. And we had a big primary that we had to navigate through on the Republican side. But we went to all 100 counties far west in the mountains, the corners and the east of North Carolina and talked to folks all across the spectrum in the two issues, Charlie, that keep coming up. One is inflation. I mean, even today, we're seeing new inflation numbers and yet have increased again. It's now 9.1% over the prior 12 months. And we're coming into next month where parents are preparing for back to school. They're going to have to decide they're going to put groceries on their table or are they going to buy new clothes and new backpack for their kids going to school? So these are real decisions that are affecting folks. Construction businesses trying to keep the doors open with the rise of the material cost. And then the other issue we're seeing, it has to do with crime. And a lot of that crime Charlie starts at the border because what sheriffs in North Carolina are telling me is every single county is now a border county because of Joe Biden's open border
Taillon loses perfecto in 8th, Yanks rally to sweep Angels
"The Yankees had a perfect day record wise and nearly a perfect game in sweeping a double header from the angels 6 to one and two to one The axe knocked out chalet ohtani after three innings in game one with three solo homers while Nestor Cortes through 7 more shutout earnings for the win In the night cap Jameson Taylor was perfect for 7 innings before giving up two hits and a run Anthony Rizzo on the tough luck loss with a two run two out pinch hit single in the bottom of the 8th The angels loaded the bases in the 9th but could not score against clay Holmes who got the save suffering their 8th straight loss Tom New York
Cortes leads Yanks over Rays 7-2 in 1st game between rivals
"The Yankees beat the rays 72 in their first of 19 meetings this season The acts were hitless as well as scoreless for the first 5 innings against race order Ryan yarbrough but then broke through in the 6th for three runs and two hits RBI singles by Aaron judge and Miguel and dohara That was plenty of support for Nestor Cortez who shut out the race for the first 8 innings Ultimately yielding just one run on four hits So like I found this on real wealth made him hit the ball Didn't have enough strikeouts today but I went deep and that's part of the plan Cortez raised his record to four and one and lowered his ERA to 1.70 The Yankees now leave the raised by 5 and a half games in the AL east Tom New
Columbine Was the Start of a Sick New Chapter in America's History
"There's an interesting part of human psychology, which is you don't quite know to the depths of hell human beings can go. Jordan Peterson talks about this a lot. I'm by no means an expert at being able to articulate it like he can. He gets a lot of heat from some people on the right for even talking about this. But I mean, this idea of school shootings is actually somewhat of a recent phenomenon. There was a school shooting back in the 30s or 40s that was just massive. It was like 60 or 70 people. I got my numbers wrong. But for decades, they're almost no school shootings. And then, of course, Columbine happened on April 20th, 1999. And I don't like saying the names of the Columbine shooters. It's just, it's just really sick. I actually know their names. I'm not going to say it because it almost I believe it further incentivize future people to do this. And Columbine is famous not because of how many people died, which was tragic and terrible and awful. But it was famous kind of because it was first. Is that it kind of totally took America by surprise in 1999. Where in beautiful Columbine, Colorado, out of nowhere you have these two people that come in and kill 13 and then, of course, both commit suicide. Now, there was a ton of controversy because the police didn't intervene and they weren't allowed to intervene because of certain laws. And that's one kind of wrinkle with what happened with here and Yuval day, which is this border patrol agent. If he was just probably following it by the book, he had no jurisdiction as a federal agent to go in there, but God bless him for doing it. It's like, who cares what the book says when children are being massacred in a classroom. The book probably says that as a armed federal border patrol agent, that that's not his jurisdiction. But he just went in as a concerned citizen with a gun and stopped the shooter, unfortunately it wasn't soon enough
The Left Tries to Force Our Hand on the 2nd Amendment
Beto O'Rourke Attempts to Disrupt Gov. Abbott's Press Conference
"And it's some lunatic email me Charlie it's not a national tragedy. Let me just shut up. It is, okay? You got 19 elementary kids. Murdered in a classroom, all right? So yes, it is. That doesn't happen every day. God forbid. So we're kind of on the fly here. And so. The whole thesis that we had here was that Democrats are going to overly politicize this and make it all about themselves and their political agenda. And as if right on cue, Robert Francis o'rourke couldn't allow governor Abbott to host a press conference on mental health and the facts related to it and barnstorms and bum rushes the stage like an unhinged activist and start screaming with his flailing arms of which there's not a detectable ounce of testosterone or muscle mass on the entire being of the wannabe Hispanic Irish man trust fund baby open border advocate gun grabbing activist from El Paso, Texas, who hell yes is going to take away all your guns soon to be three times failed candidate in Texas where he can't win a Senate race. You can't win a presidential race and he's not going to win the governor's race. And man, again, I have plenty of disagreements with governor Abbott on a lot of things. I don't think he acts fast enough. I think he's been fine. I don't think he's like Kemp, who's a total disaster. But if you want to turn me into a big Greg Abbott fan, congratulations, Robert Francis o'rourke. You've done that as you bum rush the stage and make yourself look like a fool, make your entire political party look like nothing more than opportunists. Okay, all right, let's just play it. Excuse me. You're out of line and an embarrassment. And you're doing nothing. No, please. How do you sit in the place to talk to yourself? This is totally predictable when you are out of line. Sir, you're out alive. I'm sure you are alive. Please leave us all. I can't believe you're a 6. Did we come to a deal like this to make a political issue? Sounds like he, why don't you get out of here? I'm not quite sure what Robert Francis o'rourke was saying, but he felt necessary to bum rush the stage and Ted Cruz is just losing it. And I think just kind of like the local sheriff came up and was like, you're an embarrassment. How dare you do this? We have not identified all the bodies. Hasn't been
Anderson says Donaldson made racist remark, Yanks top Chisox
"The Yankees have now won 22 of their last 26 games after slamming the White Sox 7 to 5 The angst broke this game open early by scoring 5 runs off one time nemesis Dallas keuchel in the second inning camp by DJ le mayhew's Grand Slam Just got a lot of really good players that are playing well and it seems like it's someone different every day you know carrying the team So it's been a lot of fun Nestor Cortes who started the game with MLB's lowest ERA gave up three runs all in Jose Abreu's home run pitching 5 innings for the win Anthony Rizzo and Josh Donaldson also drove in runs for New York Donaldson was the focus of a bench clearing confrontation in the 5th but no punches were thrown Chicago manager Tony La Russa accused Donaldson of a racist comment Tom arryn New York
Cortes pitches 8 crisp innings as Yankees beat White Sox 5-1
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Yanks fans pelt Cleveland outfielders with debris after win
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The US Senate Has Finally Done Something Meaningful!
"Meaningful. The U.S. Senate has finally done something I approve. This shouldn't have taken so long, but it's finally done. The United States Senate has passed the sunshine protection act by unanimous consent to make daylight savings times permanent. I'm not a fan of daylight savings time. Falling back, springing forward should just remain the same time throughout the entire year. In fact, we should spring forward even more. So that the fall, it's the opposite. I never understood that in the most depressing time of weather, we also made it darker intentionally. Who thought of this thing? Makes zero sense. Now, I know you're gonna say it's Benjamin Franklin. And all this, no way, he was too smart for this. I think it's a Nicole Hannah Jones conspiracy against Benjamin Franklin. There's no way. A 2015 study published in sleep medicine, researchers compared the rate of strokes during the week after daylight saving to the week two weeks after the tweaks before. They found the rate of 8% higher the first two weeks after the shift, and people with cancer were 25% more likely to have a stroke later than the other times of the year. People over 65 were 20% more likely. A 2019 report found a higher risk of heart attack after both time changes, but particularly during daylight savings times. Interruptions to circadian rhythm can also impair focus and judgment. A 2020 study found fatal traffic accidents increased by 6% in the United States during daylight savings time. This shouldn't have been taken so long, but it did, and the U.S. Senate has finally done something useful.
"cortes" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"With us right now is a very smart and great patriot who has been predicting the inflation crisis for quite some time. He's in economic analyst, but also a former Trump adviser. Senior adviser, the president thinks very highly of him. He's a chicagoan, or was a chicagoan until he probably fled to a nicer state. Steve Cortez Steve, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. I appreciate Charlotte. I did indeed flee like you. I am a refugee from the blue states. Now live in Tennessee, a place that is wonderful. I'm sad to have to leave Chicago. I raised a family in the city for 25 years, but it just became to me untenable. Thankfully I had options. I know a lot of people don't have options there. And anyway, it's good to be in red America but I still care very, very deeply about what goes on in our common home state of Illinois and what's happening in Chicago. And I try to warn America, by the way, that I think a lot of what's happened in Chicago should serve as a political carry in the canary in the mine, warning America what the Democrats will do nationwide if we allow them to. That is so right. I grew up in the suburbs of Chicago wheeling, Arlington Heights area. You know it well. I still consider Chicago to be my home. And it's just unrecognizable now when I fly in. It just is in so many ways. It's tragic. Chicago was, in my opinion, the great American city. I was second city to none in so many ways, but we could talk about that at great length. So Steve, you've been predicting about stagflation for quite some time. This is a shorter segment before we can really dive into it. Tell us what we know about inflation. What is causing it? And then we'll talk about what Americans can do about it, but go from there. Sure. And by the way, I take no pleasure in being correct and being prescient on this topic, but literally since the day of the election November of 2020 and certainly once we got a clearer picture of what Biden was going to do with a democratic Congress into early 2021, I've been trying to ring this alarm bell for all of America that something we have not really dealt with in this country in 40 years since the late 70s and early 1980s that inflation was on the way. I frankly didn't know that it would get this bad this fast, the most recent data we got out was the producer price index. Prices at the wholesale level rose 10% that is the worst ever on record. Of course, producer prices, Charlie, very soon become consumer prices and the consumer price index is also terrible at 7.9%, a 40 year record and rising. I think inflation, in fact, is even higher than that, and I won't bore the audience with all the details of why, but we used to formulate it a different way. We would already have double digit consumer price inflation if we used the old formula, but even using the government's figures, we're still at a 40 year worst record for soaring prices in this country. It's terrible for all of the economy, it's terrible for all Americans, but it's of course most damaging to the people who can least afford it. Middle and lower income folks. And their costs right now for apartment rents, for gasoline, for food. They are all soaring and it's not circumstance. It's not bad luck. It's not the business cycle. It's not Vladimir Putin. It is because of the policy choices of Joe Biden with unfortunately some complicit complicity from some Republican senators who I view as really political collaborators with their participation as well, but this is because of policy failures that we are dealing with an inflationary spiral for the first time in over a generation in this country. Yeah, I think inflation is closer to 25 to 30% and I could prove it. I mean, rents in Phoenix alone are going up 800 to a $1000 a month. Everything is double digit increase housing in Phoenix is up 75% over the last two years. So I don't want to hear any more of this 7%. And we don't calculate it the same. The way we calculate inflation is a con, but the problem is that inflation is bad, but if we had like 4% to 5% inflation, but 6% growth, you can manage that. But we're seeing the opposite, right? So Steve walk us through that. No, that's exactly right. So what matters the most is real wages. I mean, look, inflation is always a dangerous, a dangerous dance partner, right? Even in the best of times. But if wages are exceeding wage growth is exceeding the growth of inflation, then you have positive, real wage growth. Meaning what actually matters to your life. Can you buy more? Are you getting more prosperous? And by the way, we had that in spades during the Trump presidency, particularly the year 2019, massive increases in real wage growth. We now have under Biden 12 consecutive months of declining real wages. So you have to work harder just to stay in the same place to put if we accept the government's number that 7.9% if we put that in perspective, that means a full month of your wages is gone because it's just about exactly mathematically a 12 of your total wages literally the month of March, your wages have disappeared because of Biden's inflation. Let's.
Steve Cortes on What We Know About Stagflation
"For quite some time. This is a shorter segment before we can really dive into it. Tell us what we know about inflation. What is causing it? And then we'll talk about what Americans can do about it, but go from there. Sure. And by the way, I take no pleasure in being correct and being prescient on this topic, but literally since the day of the election November of 2020 and certainly once we got a clearer picture of what Biden was going to do with a democratic Congress into early 2021, I've been trying to ring this alarm bell for all of America that something we have not really dealt with in this country in 40 years since the late 70s and early 1980s that inflation was on the way. I frankly didn't know that it would get this bad this fast, the most recent data we got out was the producer price index. Prices at the wholesale level rose 10% that is the worst ever on record. Of course, producer prices, Charlie, very soon become consumer prices and the consumer price index is also terrible at 7.9%, a 40 year record and rising. I think inflation, in fact, is even higher than that, and I won't bore the audience with all the details of why, but we used to formulate it a different way. We would already have double digit consumer price inflation if we used the old formula, but even using the government's figures, we're still at a 40 year worst record for soaring prices in this country. It's terrible for all of the economy, it's terrible for all Americans, but it's of course most damaging to the people who can least afford it. Middle and lower income folks. And their costs right now for apartment rents, for gasoline, for food. They are all soaring and it's not circumstance. It's not bad luck. It's not the business cycle. It's not Vladimir Putin. It is because of the policy choices of Joe Biden with unfortunately some complicit complicity from some Republican senators who I view as really political collaborators with their participation as well, but this is because of policy failures that we are dealing with an inflationary spiral for the first time in over a generation in this country. Yeah, I think inflation is closer to 25 to
Are We Entering a 'Post-American Era' Under Biden?
"With this clip here, cut 6. We're CNN host says that we're entering a post American era under Biden play cut 6. One of the defining features of the new era is that it is post American. By that, I mean that the pax Americana of the past three decades is over. You can see signs of this everywhere. He's not wrong. Freed zakaria is wrong about a lot. He's not wrong about this. And so this is look, on our program, we are not ideological when it comes to foreign policy. We're certainly ideological on some things. Not on foreign policy, though. We're very ideological on gender policy. Wouldn't you say Connor? And I'm pro life, I'd say. So, but when it comes to foreign policy, we want what's best for America. Realpolitik. And so in certain places, I could see a prudent argument for America to police shipping lanes. I think that's actually a good argument. We're not isolationist. I can't stand people that immediately default towards ideology when it comes to foreign policy. I think that's the worst, actually. If I were to try to say, what would the worst category to be ideological in? It would be foreign policy. And here's why. You're dealing with separate actors incentives, impulses, you're dealing with moving targets, you're dealing with unlikely alliances. So let me give you an example why ideology is so dangerous when it comes to foreign policy. Okay, let's say that we sit in a room and we say under no circumstances, whatsoever will we ever get into an alliance with a communist dictator? Good rule, right? Great rule. I think it looks great on paper. So let's just write that down, right? We're all in a room. We say this is our ideology. We hate communism. Hate dictators. No alliances with communist dictators. And we all say, yeah, that's right. Okay. Do you get an alliance with Joseph Stalin to defeat Hitler? Your rule says you can't do that. Real politics says, what's best for the civilization? Do you ally with an evil to defeat a greater evil? The answer is yes, that was the right decision, by the way.
"cortes" Discussed on TFG Truth
"So I think that, you know, desantis followed the science and he did it without shuttering businesses and without stealing freedom from everyday Americans that lived in Florida. So I think that you're right. There are a lot of red states that are kind of leading the charge and kind of saying, you know, we're not going to lock down and we're not going to look like New York, and that's why New Yorkers are coming to those states. And two things that end on that. It's funny, you know, desantis did what New York still can't figure out. Help the vulnerable, right? New York still can't figure that out. And California can't either. We're still pushing everybody in an umbrella and we can't figure it out. And then, you know, in terms of what's funny about these people moving. Liberals love the states like New York and California so much. They can't wait to get out, right? Like if you love it that much, go back there, stay there. Don't move to Florida. Don't move to taxes. Don't move. If the policies are so great and you love it there, stay there. And then they'll say, oh, well, the weather's nicer in those states. Oh, it's the weather all of a sudden. That's why everybody's moving. It's the weather. It's a load of crap, and it's upsetting because I hope a state like Florida doesn't turn blue one day because I'm going to be nice when I say this. I'll say what I'm going to say. The idiots, the idiots move down there after they say that they love New York so much, right? Right, exactly. And you mentioned how you know places like New York didn't do what Florida did not kind of cater to the at risk population elderly. I would even go further and say that, you know, New York did the total opposite. They put COVID infected patients in nursing homes. We killed the elderly up here. Exactly. And they will never be held accountable by New York politicians or New York judiciary for that. So they almost did the total opposite. Right. Yeah, for anyone listening who actually lives in New York, it does pain me, believe me. Mike, you and I raised in western New York. I wouldn't say we, you know, we're not like coming from hugely affluent households. It's not like we were given anything, right? We all battled our parents battled. And it just pains me to think, you know, you don't want to be there. So I don't think I'll ever give up the fight, but I'll tell you what..
"cortes" Discussed on TFG Truth
"I'm like, I need 30 more seconds. I'll just spend a bunch of words. And then Hillary's the same way, like she'll just do whatever she needs to do to get what she needs. And it's not for the betterment of everybody. These administrations are not helping the people that they say they're going to help. I pumped gas this morning. And it was $3 and 80 cents a gallon. I know it's worse than some other parts of the country. That's not helping the lower and middle class. To be honest with you, it's killing them because you know the food's higher too. You know the anything they buy for their kids is higher. It's killing the lower and middle class and these are the same people that said, we're here to help you because Donald Trump didn't want to. Right, now the middle class is just getting absolutely pummeled by the Biden economy. And I think not even just, you know, this skyrocketing inflation that we're seeing higher prices at the gas gas places or at grocery stores, what have you. I think too, I live in a city like New York and I can't tell you how brutal these lockdowns have been on small businesses. I pass so many restaurants that have had to close. That have had to shutter so many just American strivers who, you know, have dreams and have been working so hard to build a business that they're proud of. They've just been wrecked by COVID and by these mandates and lockdowns and restrictions. So it's not just even, I think, you know, the economy, it's also these tyrannical mandates that we're seeing that are really, really hurting the average American. And for a virus that primarily did not kill healthy and or young folks, right? I mean, at the end of the day, the numbers that keep coming out, it was unhealthy folks in the elderly, not to say we shouldn't take that serious, of course we should, but you just blanketed this whole shutdown thing and you, again, kids in New York are still in mass. I don't know when that's going to end, right? I mean, I'm like speechless. Mike, we thank God we didn't get too much into COVID today because we need a break from it. But I mean, it's just like these blanketed mandates they make in these masking requirements and none of them make sense. None of them make sense, right? And yet they've killed, I can't tell you how many businesses they killed. I mean, we know a lot of them in Buffalo. They go, I have clients that call me like, yeah, I had to shut down. I feel for people as a business owner because it's the one thing and like you can speak to this too. It's everything to me, right? I get up, I work 6, 7 days a week. It's everything to me..
"cortes" Discussed on TFG Truth
"Is falling apart so, so fast. I was reading an article just the other day, then in Atlanta, murder has risen in the last year alone by 43%. So, you know, so I live here in New York, crime is skyrocketing here as well. So you see so many cities across the country that are just plagued by crime, plagued by lootings and lawlessness. And I think that people like vice president Harris should really have to answer for a lot of that, right? Because they build out violent criminals and sided with violent criminals. And that was really to the detriment of the American people and American communities all across the country. But I think that the reason that someone as lackadaisical and abysmal and awful is Kamala Harris is able to kind of rise to the rank of vice president in the United States is because the left is so obsessed with race, right? They're so obsessed with meeting these quotas that so often we get what I like to kind of refer to as affirmative action hires, right? People are hired for the color of their skin as opposed to the content of their character or their record. And that's, you know, the opposite of what trailblazers like Martin Luther King had envisioned for this country, but unfortunately the left has almost backtracked on this, which is just, I think, really a shame for our country. And you're almost doing a disservice to that community when you do that. You're forced placing people. You're not look at she is obviously not fit for this job and never was. And everybody with a brain, everybody with a brain knew it. Even the left when he picked her were like, wait a minute, what's going on here, right? Even the left knew it. I think that's the saddest thing and Mike and I say this all the time being self employed business owners. I don't care what color someone is, what gender someone is, you know, what their hobbies are. If you're a good person, you're a hard worker, come on board. I'll hire you in a second. If you're the best fit for that job, it doesn't matter. And that's how we need to look at things. It's not about race. It's not about gender. It's about people doing the job and getting the job done right and taking pride in what they do. At the end of the day, that's it. It doesn't matter who you are. 100%. Yes. They need to like beer and chicken wings, but other than that. Yeah, you got to have chicken wings on your recipe. You gotta like chicken wings. That's right. Just click on Kamala again. You know what really, really bothers me? Is that, you know, you always encounter people in life that they think that they think can help. They can proceed with something and be successful in it. And you can quickly, I think I can. I can quickly spot people who just want to sort of have the accolades, but they don't want to put any effort into it..
"cortes" Discussed on TFG Truth
"Conservatives kind of adopt that similar. I don't care attitude. This is what I'm fighting for and I will not apologize for it attitude. I think you just said that. Go ahead, go ahead. I think a lot of people are. I work with a lot of financial advisory clients. And it's as small as going and becoming school board members. All the way to, we're leaving New York. We can't take this anymore. They're finding places like down in the Tennessee area, the Florida area. They're heading south. It seems, wherever they're heading, they're heading to red states where they feel like they have freedom again, where they have the liberty and they say, you know what? We're going to miss some of our family, but they can come visit us. I think they'll have a good experience when they do. Go ahead. And I love that you just said too, and I have this argument with a lot of people in my inner circle all the time because not all think like we do. Why do you have to put your opinion out there? Why do you need people to know what your feelings are and your beliefs are? My point is exactly what you said. Somebody's got to do it. So many people, I can't tell you how many people outside of my inner circle that listen to us have said, thank God you guys speak your mind because we need this. Well, you know, a lot of people don't have the platform and a lot of people are just scared to death because they see like you look at the leader of the trucker convoy in Canada is now being held without bail in Canada and they're threatening her with ten years of prison. That's what people are afraid of. I mean, we go at local politicians all the time. Our county executives are real doozy. You know Kathy hochul, obviously you are in our state. You can't just sit back because these people will destroy you and they'll do everything they can to bring you down and you got to fight back and I wish more people took that mindset of like you said, I don't care if I don't get invited to a dinner party. If you don't want to talk to me anymore because you can't handle my beliefs, that's your business. I don't have time for that, right? I have plenty of people on the liberal side that I'm associated with. I have no issues with them. They have a different opinion than me. We'll talk it out. We'll yell at each other, we'll laugh, and then we'll go have a beer. That's okay, right? That side, though, just can't do it. They can't, they can't reason with somebody that doesn't think like them. Right, exactly. And I will say, though, you point to the trucker convoy, there are groups and factions of people that are really starting to do what we're talking about, right? That are really starting to fight back. And I think that that's something that's really exciting. I even think of moms and Tennessee schools or schools all around the country fighting the mask mandates, right? So I think that there are groups of people who are becoming invigorated and becoming more engaged. And unfortunately, maybe it took things getting so bad to inspire them to do that. But we really are starting to see people start to fight and you're right. It's so important. And it's just so critical that they keep it up. We've often asked our guests if there's even just one thing. It was really funny. I was watching some of the Sean Hannity show last night, right as he was ready to pass it on to Laura Ingraham and Laura Ingraham said what we've been saying, Mike. Hannity, she says, is there even one thing just one thing that this Biden Harris administration has done well?.
"cortes" Discussed on TFG Truth
"And to your point about the election too, I mean, forget the polls for a second and the actual mail in ballots and all that. I mean, the fact that you essentially silenced a sitting president numerous times on Twitter and some of those other ones, right? I know they took away his Twitter afterwards, but they were censoring tweets left right and center, right? And they're still doing it to a lot of people. I just saw one of the guests we had Tony konat, his chalkboard review, Twitter was taken down a couple of weeks ago. I mean, that to me is election interference. But before you even get to the ballots and all that stuff, forget the ballots for a second. The fact that you're silencing people because you either don't agree with them or you don't like them, it's just unacceptable. And again, you look at terrorist organizations have twitters, yet a president who wants to shoot his mouth off with, which that's his opinion, he can do what he wants to do. I would have liked him to maybe calm himself a little bit at times, but he's free to say what he wants to say. He's not threatening people. He's not, you know, forcing people to do something or, you know, trying to kill people. I mean, he's just, he's telling things how he feels and that was it. The fact that they silence that on numerous occasions and not to mention his campaign, they silence, they silence people in his inner circle. I mean, to me, that is that is the biggest deal more than even the ballots to me. Definitely, I would certainly agree with you. And I would even add, you know, it wasn't just individual members of his campaign or even the president himself. It was also a stories that put Biden in a negative light. I think of the Hunter Biden laptop story in particular. Remember the New York Post being censored, that's where you were unable to share it on Twitter, which is just absolutely crazy that right there is election interference in and of itself, right? How do they not, how do they not accept that that's wrong? They just that brazen because they have Trump derangement syndrome. That's why, because they hated them so much. I mean, that's what it is. I mean, literally, when you can find things like from ISIS and just disgusting, horrible, atrocious things. And then find out, you just said my chalkboard review gets taken off. Are you kidding me? How do they even see those as even close to being similar? I mean, so it seems like atrocities can stay on, but a different point of view can not. I just can't get over that. Like, I can't get over how bold they are. And that's why I think they win. I mean, you know, there seems to be no middle ground. Like you can't say that there were definitely some election fraud issues and then say that the election should have gone Trump's way. I mean, you know, there might be a middle ground. Like there's no wage President Biden got all that many votes. There's just no way. There's no way that many more people showed up than who showed up for Obama. Like, give me a break. People just are willing to accept that..
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"Realize that that's not the right approach to worry about everybody else because that's the tough part. I think a lot of people and I know a lot of them, you know, I've had people say to me, you know, I don't care about China, Russia. It's not that big of a deal, but yet then they vote for people that that's all they care about is China and Russia, right? When is the American, your basic average American citizen, I'll say like one of us, right? When when are those people going to wake up? That's my question. Yeah, no, I think that that's a really important question. And I think, you know, part of the answer is independent media like this, right? The mainstream media, legacy media, so often, tells the story of D.C. and New York. You know, that's where their newsrooms are. And they're so out of touch with everyday Americans. And I think that often too, these media outlets, they talk more and Ukraine and make it sound like it's the most important thing. When average Americans are maybe just really hurting from inflation right now. So independent media I think is much more is able to much more kind of relate to the average American and tell a story. Maybe that editors at CNN won't or refuse to, right? I think that independent media often are the individuals who say, hey, this is the way that we've been talking about foreign policy for years. This is the way the quote unquote experts on CNN panels talk about foreign policy. But let's look at foreign policy a different way. Maybe we shouldn't be involved in a border that's not ours. Maybe we shouldn't be sending troops halfway across the world. You know, when we have horrible crime in our blue cities here. So I think that independent media is able to kind of exert a little bit more creativity, if you will. And kind of talk about issues in a way that is new. And in a way that is fairly something that Trump kind of allowed them to do. And I have to agree Kingsley. I think the independent media is now a great source for people who said, wait, this is all now affecting me. This is now affecting my job. This is affecting my.
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"So I just have so little faith in all of those people in Washington, but it's really getting serious now and when Putin is basically saying, I'm declaring these parts of Ukraine, the eastern parts of Ukraine to be independent. I mean, how bad can it get, do you think Kingsley? I think, unfortunately, it will get very bad with Biden at the helm. He is a commander in chief who has just feckless and weak. I like to call him the cadaver in chief. We're sleepy Joe, whatever you prefer. When Russia, you know, is kind of engaged in this conflict with Ukraine, the worst sort of president to have is a weak one. And unfortunately, that's what we have right now. And I certainly do not trust my non foreign policy at all. I think that his track record on foreign policy is absolutely abysmal. I know that he lobbied for China's inclusion into the WTO in 2001, and then the decade after 2001 from 2001 to 2011, the United States lost 2.7 million jobs to the Chinese. So Biden has always acted in the interests of the globalist corporatist class, right? He has always been an America last politician. So I certainly feel very, very trepidatious, having him at the helm when, you know, a lot of things are kind of heating up. With Ukraine and with Russia, I hope that I'm wrong and you mentioned 2022. I do think that there are a lot of really exciting candidates that are running this cycle that we can be excited about who aren't their traditional rhinos, like the Paul ryans of the world. I think there are a lot of trumpian outsiders. So I do think that 2022 will be a great year for the Republican Party. And I'm hopeful that it is because the trajectory we're on now is certainly not inspiring and very, very, very. And here's my other, I'm very curious to why and I'll let you speak on this in your experience. But why did the America first agenda that Trump had? Get so much flack because at the end of the day, we have to take care of us first, right? We're seeing it at the border right now. Letting people just walk across and we've interviewed sheriff Mark Daniels before and his experiences have been just atrocious. I feel terrible for him. Why is America first not important? We don't care about our own border, yet we're going to help Ukraine with theirs, right? We have to worry about us first. It's like anything, right? You have to worry about your family first or your career first or whatever it may be. Imagine if we went around and said, oh, I really care about that attorney over there. I should really help him because he needs help. If I can't help myself, how can I help somebody else? Right, exactly. I always give the analogy, you know, when you're on an airplane, they tell you to put your own mask on first before assisting others, right? And I think that that is really what the America first policy in essence kind of means, right? If there are problems at home, we need to fix those problems before we can even engage in fixing problems abroad. I.
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"At the onset, I really did want to engage in debate with them and kind of explain to them why I believed what I believed. And I do like, you know, kind of hearing from other people where their philosophies and beliefs come from. But as you mentioned, I worked on the Trump 2020 campaign, and I actually took a semester off of the fall of my senior year to do that. And when I came back to finish up school, my final semester in the spring, I experienced a lot of hate. I was very canceled. I actually had to drop my sorority. Most people refused to be in the same room as me or come to my apartment. Things of that nature. So I think that kind of made me realize that unfortunately a lot of leftists and I like that you make the distinction between more classical liberals and leftists because I do think there's a distinction there. But a lot of these leftists are just not at all interested in the exchange of ideas or in debate. I think unfortunately Trump in a lot of ways really kind of broke these people, right? And they truly have not even recovered from the 2016 election and they just, they can't see past it. And I think that makes it difficult to kind of sometimes engage in dialog with them. Trump derangement syndrome is absolutely a thing. I mean, there's no doubt about it. And even politicians have that. I mean, you look at Hillary Clinton. What the funniest thing is she's now saying that for the whole time, the 2016 election was rigged. It was all, you know, Russia, Russia, Russia now, you know, there's some evidence that the 2020 election had some issues. And now it's like, well, no, we have to go with what the election was. You know, Biden won, and you can't make it up with these people. It works one way for them. And then it doesn't the other. And you would think that Trump was on the same level as like Kim Jong-un, right? Like he's killing his citizens. He's starving as citizens. He's a terrible leader. I mean, none of that happened, right? I mean, African Americans didn't get worse under Trump. Women didn't get worse under Trump. I mean, am I saying that correctly? I mean, that's what it feels like when you just look at basic data, but these people seem like women did lose jobs. African Americans were back to like the 1960s where they couldn't go play. I mean, it just is not the case. Right. I mean, in fact, under the Trump economic boom, women, blacks, and Hispanics saw the lowest unemployment rate that they had had in decades. And you know, I think that that's kind of a narrative that isn't really told a lot in the mainstream media, but you're exactly correct. Trump had a lot of support from groups that weren't traditional Republican groups necessarily. I think he and many ways kind of engaged people in politics who had been on the sidelines who had not really cared. And he really built a big coalition of support. And you know, I think that even when we look at Biden right now, a poll came out just the other day that he is the most unpopular with Hispanics of any group in America..
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"With my K flick and Mike or each and every week we report facts, exposed hypocrisy and espouse common sense. This week we are super pleased to be joined by former Trump campaign executive assistant and since last June, deputy to the CEO of getter, also a UCLA grad Kingsley Cortez, Kingsley, thanks for joining us today. Thanks so much for having me. Yeah, there's a lot to talk about. And I can tell just from seeing a lot of the things you do online that you're not afraid to sort of give your opinion. Have you always been this way? Definitely. I think, you know, going to a school like UCLA, as you mentioned, I was certainly in the minority, so I always had to kind of fight my corner every day. So I think yeah, so I've always been this way. I think that the political climate that we're in right now, it's really important for conservatives to stand their ground and to fight for what they believe in. I think so often the left tries to silence us, right? And when we lose, is when the left makes us feel like we're alone. But we're not alone. There are so many conservatives across this country who love this country and are willing to fight for it. So I hope that I can play a small part in that. And I know you guys are trying to do the same. So we all just need to keep up the good fight and this country is worth preserving. It's amazing too, Mike. Every young guest we have, right? It says the same thing. They were in college. We had Kylie stone on. She said the same thing. She's getting essays about how to promote the Taliban, essentially, is what her assay had to be about why they're not a terrorist organization, right? It seems like every young conservative is either silenced in colleges or they have to go through hell because they're the minority in college. It's pretty amazing stuff. Yeah. Kingsley, did you have a moment in college where you go, all right, I'm a little intimidated. It's a huge campus. You know, a lot of new people to meet professors to understand, try to get good grades and all that. But did you have a moment where you said, oh my gosh, I can't let this just go the way it's going. I think definitely. As a political science major politics obviously was kind of at the forefront of what I was learning each and every day. And at a school like UCLA, unfortunately, you know, there really isn't diversity of thought. They only care about diversity of skin color and things like that, which is just idiotic, right? Because ideas are so much more important than someone's skin color or religion. Or ethnic group, ideas are really what we should be engaged in debating in university. And unfortunately, only one side of the story was told in each class. I tell people I am somewhat thankful for that, right? Because I was challenged every day and I think that that allowed me to almost get more out of my UCLA education than the individuals who, you know, their beliefs were just affirmed day in and day out. But it was definitely difficult. I remember a point in my American government class in particular when my professor said, you know, to be an American means to exterminate the native. Write an essay on that. And I think, you know, just to boil down what it means to be an American as that alone is ludicrous and crazy, but unfortunately that's what our kids are being taught, not just in colleges now, but you know CRT is creeping its way into even preschools, which is just absolutely bonkers..
Gardner's 2-Run Single in 9th Lifts Yankees Over Orioles 4-3
"The Yankees pulled out a four three win over the Orioles on Brett Gardner's two run single off Tyler wells in the ninth inning obviously you don't want to be in a situation where it's the last inning you're you're down a run or two but you know you you want to be up there with the game on the line and obviously you know I feel like I've been having pretty good at bats recently and see in the ball well Carter also scored a G. over shell S. two run Homer in the third inning of new York's fourth win in five games since a seven game skid Nestor Cortes was sharp in a no decision for the Yankees limiting the Orioles to one run and three hits with eleven strikeouts over six in the third the Yankees remain tied with the red Sox and blue jays for the two AL wild card positions I'm Dave Ferrie
AOC's 'Tax the Rich' Dress: The Ultimate Display of Hypocrisy
"How much those tickets. Jeff what are you. What did you say the prep sir. How much is a ticket to the met gala. What are they saying some places. They're saying thirty thousand thirty because you by tables and the tables are like twenty two hundred and fifty thousand or whatever all depends where your table is too right. So there's you know there's at least eight people at the table so we're talking. We're talking about a a very nice car to go and eat rubber chicken pretty much. I wouldn't go for free. I know he wouldn't go for free. I've never been to the met gala ever so here we have somebody who was a bartender who was elected not as a democrat. Can you just be very specific about this. Something says she's no no no it's the socialists. Okay it's the democratic socialists of america the ds that is her affiliation. That is how she was elected. She's not a democrat. This isn't scoop jackson's party. She is a socialist. She is the inventor of the green new deal. That is the most ambitious plan to take away your freedoms we have seen in the united states since slavery. Yes i mean it in terms of the control given to government saints a mansi patient. We've never seen the like of it. No air travel gasoline engines. Gone beef bad as well. Get to eat beef. It's in the plan which had that strange document from her website that disappeared the faq's the frequently asked questions about what's really going to happen when the implemented why was that deleted from your website. Alexandro castle cortes and she goes to the metropolitan gala. Where tickets are at least thirty thousand dollars per head in a custom gal and greens that grin of hers is. She does a twirl and shows the world her eat. The rich slogan eat the rich custom gown. Thirty thousand dollar ticket the metropolitan god what tax the rich. Yeah eat the rich the next phase. That's that's green. You deal to point
"cortes" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"We have that Bob google i have the stat cast metrics and according to stack cast. His fastball velocity. Is the bottom bottom fourteen percent tile in the league. we're not is not a good spin. It's not a good spin rate thirty five miles an hour curb. Allston rates low. He doesn't get a lot of swings and misses he but look at the. Barrel percentage yeah. Barrow percentage is good and he doesn't give up a ton of hard hit contact and his expected stats actually even better than his than his real stats is expected right. Batting average slugging and expected on base percentage all in the top ninety percentile of the league. It's crazy what's his. his average. Fastball velocity is ninety one point seven miles an hour. That's my guess. Okay i was gonna say ninety. What's crazy here is that i'm looking at The one the one advanced out. That i like a lot is the barrel percentage. I think it's a it's a telling stat but when you look at the barrel percentage and he said ninety five. These are percentiles right amongst qualified. There's only five percent of the league better than right but but then look at but then look at whiffs when we look at when you look at bottom at sixteen percent the bottom sixty percent. So how does that correlate. Well there's foolish people. He's he's holding people. Make soft contact is is is fine. But he's striking out. These amount of people. Like i said over a strikeout. Printing pitched so the fact that he's coming in there with with this with this type of arsenal. He's pitching to contact. I guess he is getting the strikeouts as well. But i think that those are kind of had i think. That's i think that's just kind of the league niagara. You're gonna strike out if you're a pitcher. You're basically going to have a lot of strikeouts in today's game. I think so. Yeah that's why. I say it's almost happened since you're out there you're gonna strike out guys but your game is the pitch to to Soft contact you. You're happy when people are making contact because they're not getting a lot of barrel. So as forcing fastball is ninety point five miles per hour in twenty twenty one no. So what's when you come in different. It plays different it. So he drops down to the to the complete sidearm. Not even three quarter. Just like complete sidearm. Ud today at the six. So what do they do. Is this sort of just like let's see how far it goes before. He turns back into a pumpkin. You i mean at the point this the today you have to ride your hot half course and you have to ride your hot bats. You have to re ride your hot players. But they're about to get two of their three starting pitchers to come back this week and then deeming her on seemingly is going to come back because his shoulder problem was not severe. Okay and maybe kluber or severino comes back later in the years. So is it. Just wait and see where. Nestor cortez is after those dominos fall. And if he's still pitching well how do you take them out of the rotation. If he's still pitching to a sub three era or shit even audit mid three era. How do you tell him no. You don't get the starting because that's court has really isn't a starting pitcher for the new york yankees. He's a pitcher and he's zone is ab brazil. He's used he's used as they need him. So there are going to be plenty of opportunities or they're going to need a starter to go out there and indeed guy to go four innings in a tight game. He's just going to be deployed as necessary. But she's extremely valuable and whether he's in the I'm sorry whether he's in the starting rotation or he's in the bullpen ready to go. He's going to be a guy. That's going to be used so i i like. He's he's a really good flex piece for boon Hopefully he can use them in the correct way. I was trying to imagine what level of ship my pants. What i be at if mr cortes was starting a playoff game for the yankees on that. I'm not i'm fine with it at this point. Yeah let's let's get nuts. Yeah we've all been. We've been like i said to go into this game on sunday up five one prepared to be hurt. I'm like legitimately prepared to be hurt. Expectations are not. They're just just like all right. Let's see what happens here you. You can't hurt me much more. You get an extra cortes out there with that. Mustache thorn in the playoffs. You you throw him in a home game. Yo that stadium's going to be loud is shit hind him giving him that extra boost that he cortez will be. You know we'll have Monument talks with with that guy. If he's out there pitching welna playoff game in the bronx. So i'm fine with it because nothing else nothing. Nothing is defined here as like a goto. That's for sure no doubter. There's no player in our on our team that that that is that guy anymore. Kohl's not that guy right now. So why not. Mr cortes out there. Nestor cortez's a better than garrett cole. Crazy that's not a sentence. I ever thought i would say i mean that's a. That's an april statement. Even after we're one-star are couple of couple of guys who have been kind of aiding. We're talking about aaron judge in a little bit but before we talk about judge couple of guys that have been aiding him in carrying the yankees offense. Are brett gardner tyler. Wait i know tyler wade went. Oh for today. But he had been hitting almost six hundred his last seventeen at bats. I mean ten for seventeen crazy And he boosted his average up to two two and change to seventy seven on saturday. Oh it was under thursday michael. Okay mentioned it a few times on saturday night. I levi's is average one thirty two to seven. Whatever the hell it was and brett gardner philip. Brett gardner.
"cortes" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"We're looking at two thousand twenty two so about what you just said. We're looking at twenty twenty. Two and i just told you. The last time he picked was in the october two thousand nineteen playoffs. What the hell happened. Just evaporate his prime evaporated. These are his prime years and they're just gone. It's a really a god. Damn shame especially the way that he came out first half of the year i have of. What do you mean of this year. No not this year was two thousand eighteen. Or was that two thousand and it's so far so eighteen two thousand eighteen for the first half that was just like unhittable. Yeah so. I mean when we saw that when we saw that. We're like okay. We're putting this together. This is the guy this is going to be the guy we got one. We got extended him four years for years. Which is next. it's up. Well they can do the. They can do the fifth year option. But what's the point. No one's going to pay him. So what's the point of picking up that option you because there's probably going to be relatively cheap. If they know it was like the contract work. I think it was like twelve million dollars for the option. Yeah so again on monday. He's not going to get a tenth of that from someone. Jesus for years. Yeah he's going to get trials. Lots of trials. I want to talk about something. That frankly i am a little ashamed. We have not talked about yet. I want to pose. the question. is nester cortes actually good. I think it's a conversation we need to have. We have seriously not joke about his mustache. To the fact that looks like a plumber is nester. Cortez actually a good major league baseball pitcher. Well he hasn't been and he got he got He got dropped. Dfa the both orioles after he was picked up in was it a real five. I think it was a real five. They got him on From the yankees. He was unprotected. There was. She got onto their roster. Got dropped got sent back to the yankees from what i remember. could be incorrect here. But it's something along those lines. He's he's not been a good pitcher but last year when when he started going doing the opener stanton we saw some flashes and you had the the combination with him in chad green. We liked it used. He was pitching. Well you know once he'd get to that second time around or under the fourth inning or whatever it was he wasn't you know you could see the the the carriage turning back into a pumpkin. But no i think he's matured and he's seemingly gotten that arsenal down to a a craftiness. That is that is being used a lot more consistent. And he's got a lot more confidence right now so when we're looking at him this year my eye test is telling me that yes. He's a good pitcher he's a he's a kitchen sink type of left-handed pitcher. You know those guys that. Just change the arm angles. They change speed. they throw slow slower and slowest. Don't have engine sick as you think. He looks like a plumber. No but that that's that That makes sense. I check i fact. Check your transactions and you you are indeed right but wow look at that but boy does date back a few years. I don't know that you actually realize how far this dates back drafted by the yankees in the thirty. Sixth round of the two thousand thirteen draft then selected in the rule. Five two thousand seventeen rule. Five draft by the baltimore orioles then returned to the new york yankees in two thousand eighteen then traded to the seattle mariners in two thousand nineteen for future considerations. Then he was granted. Free agency by the seattle mariners. Yankees picked him back up in january of this year and now nestor cortes who two five. We're friends on facebook. Good for you. What what does he post about the post. He does he post food pictures. No he he posts pictures about him he and his wife or girlfriend who or significant other partner. However you wanna who whoever. They are They they do some touristy stuff when they go on the road good because he knows that they saw some. They did some chicago sightseeing. They all the pizza they get chicago. Dogs they go see him in the subway or heard the last standing. He's a man of the people the mustache says at all it's nesters world. Were just living in it. That's your right. I look when we're looking around the league and we see you know half of the bullpens more than more than half of the both ends throwing ninety nine miles per hour. Starting pitchers throwing ninety seven. Ninety eight ninety nine you have a guy that could go out there. Change the way that he looks not only with the mustache but with the arm angles and the speed and soul. All of these things can can absolutely be be an effective way to pitch in today's major league baseball. If you can get to a point where you're not really in control of that it's seeming. Seems like he's at that point right now so it looks like it. Looks like cortes borrowed bobby. Valentines fake mustaches. In glued it to his face. That's the mustache. Looks like the man has a two point five five. Era in fourteen games over forty nine in the third innings. He struck out fifty three batters in forty nine innings and only allowed thirty three hits. So yeah you're right the radar gun the stuff the stat cass metrics. Don't look all that impressive but he's just freaky gets out. His worst start of the year was actually the last outing against kansas city. He gave up. Four earned runs and five and two thirds innings. His he also has had some relief appearances. This season and his worst relief appearance was against boston on july. Twenty third are the other than those two games. his not allowed more than two runs in any game. he's piston. what what's he. Averaging fastball.
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