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"danny graves" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"danny graves" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of the Ohio this afternoon as the Reds close out their series against the Braves in your tune to the Cincinnati Reds pregame show presented by your Cincinnati Northern Kentucky. Honda dealers. I'm Dave Arm, Brewster Plenty of baseball on tap this week here at Great American Ballpark. The Phillies are in town tomorrow for one game. That's followed by three against the Padres and three against the Cubs. Plenty of seats remain for all the games, so make plans right now. Come join us at the ballpark. This is the Hall of Fame Highlight with Reds historian Greg Roads. Pedro bore bone. The Reds reliever in the 19 seventies, holds the club record for most appearances by a pitcher Barbone pitched in 531 games. Any idea who was second Well, it's Scott Sullivan, who pitched for the Reds from 1995 to 2000 and three Sullivan appeared in 494 games for the Reds, and the odds are he might not have appeared in any if it weren't for a lucky break during practice in his college days at Auburn. Sullivan went to Auburn on an ROTC scholarship and pitched a little nothing very inspiring. And in fact, Sullivan was thinking more about boot camp in the Army that he was about any spring training camps in baseball. But one day playing catch, he happened to throw a ball side arm to his coach. Wow. The coach saw something in the way the ball moved, and he called over a catcher and had Solomon keep throwing side arm. Within a few weeks, Sullivan went from just another so so college pitcher to Auburn's closer and in 1993. The Reds picked him in the draft. Sullivan never through that hard, but his side arm delivery gave his ball plenty of movement and sink. Sullivan moved quickly through the minors and became a regular member of the Reds bullpen in 1997. For most of his years in Cincinnati, Scott Sullivan was the setup guy for Danny Graves. He averaged about 70 appearances a year, and in all those 494 appearances for the Reds..

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"danny graves" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:49 min | 8 months ago

"danny graves" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It rip. But bread takes it seriously. I know that. Oh, well, that's the last couple of years. So last year we didn't do it because of rain. We got rained out, but I ended up throwing against my own team. For another team that didn't have any pitching. So Yeah, I get it up there. I'll run it up about 80. They're gone. You know? I mean, I'm letting it rip but mostly fastballs. I don't really started breaking stuff unless they ask me. But more times than not that. Hurt too much. So, um, you know, I just also fastballs and then I'll pop of occasional change up on somebody. If they're they start getting a little too comfortable and talking to that so Why we have a good We have a great time. It is so much fun, you know, And I know, um John readings out there. He he closed it up. Set after 10 Yeah. You get court. He'll jump in there and possum knuckleballs in there, but Same with Dimitri. You know, Joe Price and calmer and Danny graves when you know they they all get into it. I think me and Brett kind of We, uh we really get into it a little bit too much because we actually throw before even go out there. Tom Co like God's Truth, Pitches throwing session. Get ready. Wait a long time We played long toss a few weeks out before we go out there because we know we're gonna be picking it up and Trying to let it rip for those guys. It is fun. You know, we talked back to him, You know, but I want him to see what it's like. I had one guy last year. Rick he was was throwing to him and I jammed him and blew his bat up and told him, you know, I got it. We got him out, and I told the pick is Timber would up and take it back so we can burn in the fire pit later at the hotel. That's great. Well, I was gonna ask, which is more gratifying to watch the old timers get out there that know they were never athletes, but it just out there having a good time and and watching the guys that you can tell were at least in their own right in their own mind athletes at one time that are no more but still think they can relive their glory days. Which group is more fun to watch? You know, um Way. Just have a gas with all of them and tell you what they I mean. They have more grit in them and more determination and go through more pain. I mean by by day three. You see guys walking around with black and blue hamstring. It's it's It's the gas and the trainers do a great job keeping around on the field, But, yeah, we've had some bad injuries. I know we had an Achilles one year, you know, but it's fun to get out there and play with these guys. So Erin certainly appreciate the time. Thanks so much and look forward to getting back to a regular fantasy camp next year. Yeah, looking forward to it. Aaron Harang, sharing some fantasy.

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"danny graves" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"danny graves" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Harry Chan every week day. Nice to see you like to see you. It's good to be seen, and we hope that you could be with us every morning at seven o'clock getting you started when your sports conversation, Of course. What separates us from everyone else's that we're taking your phone calls. Getting your action on Twitter at Cap J. Hood, and on the front of our minds is baseball amazingly. What the bears right around the corner. We're talking about two first place teams. Maybe from the White Sox standpoint, it's coming out of nowhere. But from the Cup standpoint, at least a team is competitive. This is what they have been. Now Can I take another step? That's a big question, Can they? Absolutely, by the way, quick shot out Eddie old checks getting on a plane right now to the bubble in Edmonton. So we'll get a chance to check in with him when he's in his quarantine later in the week, Southside No getting out of there. You stay in that bubble. That's it. I know he wants to go to the OTB someplace a kick. It was accused me today. Even OTB in admitting I'm sure what I'm sure they do. Shots out Todo eso. From the Cubs standpoint camp, you talk. This is what we've seen down the stretch. Losing 23 against the White Sox losing two out of three against the Tigers, splitting with the Reds, and so here you are, but the team seems like specially from yesterday when I saw yesterday is what I've been been seeing the last couple of years. I'm just I'm just perplexed by that line of not being able to hit. I don't get it right. Danny and I were talking this morning yesterday. 10 to 1. We fully expect tomorrow against the pirates that they lose like 321, you're like, really? Up and down with that offense, he said. History yesterday first Outfield. They have all three members of the starting outfield. Each have a multi home run game never happened is crazy. I mean, we're 100 some years into the sport to set a record like that is crazy. It is, but it happened. But after the game on Saturday when Craig Kimbrel melted down and I went nuts on my recap. Number one. I'm not excusing his performance walks and all this Hey, Wilson, Controllers, can you block a ball in the dirt? Those two wild pitches, especially the one that lost in the game. Get your freaking glove down. Get your Shin guards in the dirt blocked a damn thing. That was bad. That was bad. But after the game Former Reds closer Danny Graves fired on the Cubs on the post game in Cincinnati. Take me behind the scenes right now, what's going on right now? Between these two teams or in the Reds clubhouse at least? Well, these two teams don't like each other, and I think a lot of it stems from The other guys on the other team are a little bit entitled. That's my opinion, and I feel like when they it doesn't go their way. They have something to say so then when the Reds or anybody else in baseball, fight back or jump back at him They start crying a little bit more. So, unfortunately, that's just that's how it is in my mind. That's how I see it, and I think a lot of other people see you two there. They're not entitled. They think they are. They think that they're America's team, but they're not. They're really not. That's what I think about that. That's Danny Graves put down the pole. Danny at ESPN 1000 and the Cubs believe they're entitled. Yes or no, That's the first time I've heard that attached to the cup about that. Oh, and by the late it comes America's put that on the pole as well are the Cubs America's team? I don't know the Cubs, America's team. Where is all that coming for? I don't know. I've never heard that analysis. I've heard a lot of things about the Cubs, especially post Madden already. I haven't heard those two things. That one surprised me on then the starting pitcher that day there, youngster said the same thing that they chirp and this Look if Craig Kimbrel slash Wilson Contreras don't melt down in the ninth, the Cubs take three or four in the series. They sweep the double header. There are three game win streak and we all feel really good, right? That's not what happened, though. It's not what happened. Okay, so okay. I want to deep dive on this for a second. So who chirps on the cubs? Well, the one that they're complaining about the most is result. Wait, so then talk to him about are your chirp a result as he saw it, like a trip to Woody's with us. Yeah, they went on one of their players, said Rizzo's a chirp er and your social media was just crushing him. Grizzles. Oh, tripper. Yeah, OK, I try and think I would buy us beyond that list as guys like the trip a little bit. Give it to the opposition. Buyers know maybe I'm looking at that lineup address. He's got nothing. No reason shirt nor his hobby. I'm having a bad year. What about happy? Happy has a reason she didn't see it with fresh, pretty quiet do though, but all those all those guys who go through college and come to the pros, they've got a little edge to it. They do. They do. They're a little more mature and self assured. Absolutely. Cubs did set a record yesterday and then we'll get to these trade talk discussions on both sides. Cubs don't have that. Chips to trade that the White Sox do. But yesterday they played longball over one Nothing in the forge. Right. He's hit today. Five..

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"danny graves" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"danny graves" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Way though I can see some breaks in it some peaks of sun from time to time chance of rain to a with a high today of fifty nine tonight will go down to fifty two for a low that's pretty mild and then isolated showers tomorrow little web here AT then on Friday some scattered rain once again and Fridays high is about seventy six right now looking at the radar will be going up the rain is still closer to levels are they can be dry certainly through morning drive Tampa's forty at seven hundred WLW seven hundred W. L. W. sports American man's changes to its conference tournaments because of the corona virus pandemic tournaments for eight sports have been eliminated nine other sports will have a reduced turn in midfield for basketball there will no longer be divisions in first round games are gone top eight teams will play in the postseason tournament Major League Baseball and the players union began talks yesterday and how to get to twenty twenty season underway Reds all time saves leader Danny graves with the guest on sports talk last night and he gave his thoughts on the two main issues it's a matter of being healthy and not giving anybody else I think that number one and all the players minds are finding the right way to get out there and keeping everybody safe and healthy and and you know with the payroll stuff I I get it I understand that it's not a full season might not have fans in the stands that the Major League Players Association will never agree to basically accelerate you can get your red six tonight on the hot stove league with Tommy thrown Thom Brennaman beginning at six oh five on seven hundred WLW am foxsports thirteen sixty the special guest will be grads catcher Kurt because Sally Arizona governor Doug Ducey said yesterday the pro sports can begin in his state this Saturday without fans.

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"danny graves" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"danny graves" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It's time for an encore edition of ten teammates in a hat my guest is a two time all star who pitched in nine different seasons for the Cincinnati Reds time to play ten teammates unhappy with the Reds all time leader in saves Danny graves who spent fourteen seasons in professional baseball with twenty six different major or minor league teams that's a lot of former teammates said Danny I have taken your bio in written down the name of one teammate on every team you ever played for I've written them down in these little slips of paper I've placed them inside the baseball hat you're going to pick out ten of them one at a time read the name read the year read the tame and tell me a little bit about that former team mate are you ready I'm ready I didn't realize I play for that many different teams major Miley but I guess I did yes you did that now you obviously you know the Reds I'm counting every different season but yeah twenty six different major minor league teams all right you've taken out the first set slip of paper here is ten teammates in a hat teammate number one two thousand four Reds Adam Dunn Adam Dunn well there's a lot to say about Adam the big donkey of course everybody knows him as but I know him more as just my off the field body whether it was going out to dinner going out to have a drink playing with our remote control gas powered cars building.

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"danny graves" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"danny graves" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Welcome back to SunTrust mark in the ridge post game show for one Braves beat the Reds and for more on this one we welcome back the hall of Famer Marty Brennaman with Danny graves thank you very much Tommy for one final score is is Tommy said Danny and and this is a prime example is game tonight of getting to a pitcher early which is what the Atlanta Braves did double by your junior than those single by Ozzy all these and a three run home run by Freddie Freeman and after that he shut him down did dance in the diesel folly and on top of that pitched out of a bases loaded one out jam the third the red simply could not get anything going against mac's furry right at you know dis the funny he did a great job after the the first three hitters and you mentioned as it was happening damage control is what he needs to work on here in the end up giving the three but scattered four hits through the rest of the game dress the time that he was in there but the way that Max freed was thrown I don't think it mattered how many runs he gave up because he was just dominating out they're changing speeds against this offense locating his fastball in just a you know when you have a short game like that you have minimal amount of chances to to make a comeback but Max free did a great job out there yeah I retired thirteen of the last fourteen batters he faced and the only shot the red Chad was in the second inning when they scored their only run and they got that run because of a two out single by Jose Peraza because urban and Iglesias began the inning against free with back to back basis and then came the crippling double play ball off the bat of Aquino and after that it was pretty much lights out this guy is a prime example of pitching to contact and doing it very successfully absolutely that and it was amazing watching him changes speeds and getting guys off balance but there is one other opportunity that there was possibly an opportunity with but Nixon cell gets picked off Joey Votto hits a double shortly.

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"danny graves" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"danny graves" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Welcome back into the reds post game show. The red seven one, winter's over the brewers tonight at Miller park in Milwaukee. And we welcome back in Danny graves to recap this when Danny a lot to digest from this one in, I think it starts with the pitching because Tanner Roark looked so good early after the red state Tim to an early three run lead. He came out. He attacked these brewer sitter's all night. And yeah, that's exactly right. The biggest thing I think for for Roark was after getting that lead he pits aggressively. He's still went out there and pitch like it was wanted nothing. I know we've talked about it in the past when you have a big lead, as a starting pitcher, you don't wanna let up on gas and he did not do that at all the whole night. And you know, exactly like his last art better results tonight, but he kept getting better and better and stronger as the game went on and he made pitches when he needed to make him made one mistake, but you can even go down to saying that wasn't a mistake. His Christian yelich has done that. A lot this year. He's taken a ball out of the ballpark, but just a tremendous effort for Tanner, Roark going six innings tonight and dominating they was outstanding. Now let's talk about the bats. They were able to get after Jimmy Nelson early on in this game pitcher that had been struggling since his return from shoulder surgery kind of had him on the ropes there in the first inning Jose lacy though a big night for him that two run single in the first inning. And then later two run home run just a wonderful night for him. Well, he's the guy you want up at the plate with runners in scoring position hitting over four hundred. He's at the top of the list in the league with runners in scoring position. The guy's been absolutely amazing in those pressure situations, but you look up and down lineup. There's so many guys even was that didn't get hits tonight. They had great at bats Nixon's. L had a couple of hits Winker had some good at bats had that big triple, we had a couple of hits. I mean this lineup is very scary. When you get this lineup hot and the pitching the way that they've. Been pitching. This team is very dangerous. And people have said the whole time they're worried about this team that they're too young. They're not good. Watch out team is very good. There's a lot of people around the league that have taken taken notice of this team in the move to drop Nixon's L down the fifth in the middle of the order seems to work out pretty well so good night tonight for the reds, they went at seven to one, and we'll see what tomorrow hasn't store. Looking forward to six in a row. They'll look for six in a row tomorrow night. Read seven winters tonight over the brewers..

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"danny graves" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"danny graves" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Back into the red close game show. The reds are three nothing. Winter's over the brewers tonight at Miller park in the first of a brief two game. Stop here at Miller park. The guys that call it Marty Brennaman and Danny graves guys. What's your? What did you think about this? Good reds three nothing win. Thanks a lot. Tommy, Danny graves three nothing shutout win quite an accomplishment, seventh for the reds. They lead the major leagues now by one over the cubs. They were tied previously. And as we talked about in the ninth inning in the aftermath of the double play that ended the game. First time all year long that Milwaukee's been shut out. The reds got some awfully good pitching. Yes, they did for sure. It's all started with sunny gray, endings there, that you thought he was going to struggle, and you're going to have big innings, but he had some serious damage control and he locked in and got some big strike outs when he needed and this brewers offense granted without Christian yelich today. They're still very. Good. So the rest of this bullpen came out and dominated with the bunch punch outs double play balls when they need them. Great pitching performance all around today. Yeah. What we saw tonight from an offensive standpoint, quite honestly, we've seen all too many times this year. And that's your reds have a big inning somewhere early in the game today at came in the first inning when Gonzales had trouble getting started and then thereafter the reds got only what one hit in the remaining eight innings of the game. But because of the pitching, they were able to make those three run stand up for the win. Yeah, absolutely it, you know when you have an offense that struggles that much for most of the game you would think that you're on the losing side of it. But this pitching staff. They just went out there and dominated the reds. Got the runs when they needed. They took advantage of the, the base runners early. You mentioned the one extra hit that was just an excuse me. Hit. So it wasn't like he was a big line drive or anything. But hey, they scored runs when they needed to, and the pitching staff held this powerful office, two zero tonight. Now tomorrow. You've got I don't know that you call a dream match up there. Not too many times when you have two pictures going against each other in a ballgame when both of them have earned run averages under two. Yeah. Well, we know what Louis Louise Castillo can do and what he's done so far this year. Domination with that change up. But Zac Davies has been absolutely phenomenal for the brewers to. And he's a guy that doesn't throw very hard. But he gets a lot of ground ball. So it's going to be hopefully a tough game offensively for for the brewers. And hopefully quick low scoring game for for the rest of us. We'll find out tomorrow, whether or not Christian yelich just back spasms are bad enough to keep him out of both games in this series. The red certainly won't complain. If he's not in that light up as posted by manager Craig counsel, a great night for the reds, as their pitching continues to dominate as far as all aspects of this game here for this ball club in two thousand nineteen they blanked brewers here in Miller park. Three nothing. Tommy back to you. Thanks marty. Final score again. Three nothing reds over the brewers today here in Milwaukee red postgame show rolls on. We take a look at some scores around baseball next. This is the reds postgame show on the reds radio network..

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"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

The Locker Room

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

"And such a testament just to that as a sports town in general this was preseason four where it was guys like me on the very back into the roster trying to slave away and get a job the best way i couldn't that game that stadium was still full to capacity that town shut down like a texas high school football town for that game someone else that i don't know who is making the cheese kurds are pouring the beer at the time but they weren't doing it anywhere outside of that stadium so it was a really cool environment you've got that small concrete tunnel coming out into the city one tunnel for everyone to come out of and you heard about it going in but to be there and feel almost that claustrophobia when you're coming out there in sort of here the ghosts of the of the past coming through rambo was definitely inexperience or you know regardless of the setting a rounded that i'll always remember from that one unfortunately no one was thawing any chickens in the locker room it but isn't it so cool to of lambeau i they doing ones this way which was they were you you're in a neighborhood years driving a neighborhood like you would any of of the city's we live it and all of a sudden you make a righthand turn there's lambeau field is the middle of the city it's remarkable to me it really is it's it's it's interesting how accessible it isn't that vein and that was kind of always felt how i always felt about notredame stadium but danny i remember going to play my junior year notredame we played army in a game at the new yankee stadium and that one fuel somewhat different you realize your kind of walking into a palace and kind of a shrine to baseball royalty in their has such a different feel to it it is a different view i haven't been into the new yankee stadium but playing and the old yankee stadium it it's almost like.

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"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

The Locker Room

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

"It's all about numbers it's all about what the certain percentage is say instead of how you react on the field when you're playing or if you're managing the dugout what kind of moves you make so sorry i just got a little heated up what is that i had to throw that out there i've been waiting for this segment the whole morning just to get this off my chest because i cannot stand saver metrics i knew i listen i knew we speaking your language talking baseball but i didn't understand the war on sabree metrics is going to come here so i i'm very much here for this but it's an interesting conversation because it's one that's starting to branch out into other areas i know just looking at the nfl my sport of football in kind of seeing how the conversation has begun in this area because you've had pulled a pedestrian that group joining the browns front office in the things that we've seen bear jeff i'd be interested or you is averse to this idea of maybe not fullon sabree metrics considering how the differences in the sports are and how varied they can be but of the idea of numbers and maybe this more analytic driven style of thinking starting to seep into football in a much more public way well understand the point of using numbers to help you scouts somebody put you still have to watch the film especially in nfl it's a it's a fit of still film based evaluation system you could grade the players which obviously pff dozen and you know i like certain parts of them i don't like the way the grid off it's a lyman it's very public we know about this but you know the teams doing that themselves i don't know how they're doing in house but you have to watch the film you can't put a number on everything and numbers can help you back up what you've seen on film and that's all i use them for a long time i watched roma somebody okay where i think of them here's what other people are grain them as here's whatever their production number is forever thing here's in another another sign on the stat but that normally backs of what i've seen off film already so again with the browns are doing their accumulating lobbies draft picks but has to pay off at some point.

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"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

The Locker Room

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

"With um certainly before would jeb bush and a group interested in buying this but now it appears getting ready to go through it and danny i'd want to start with you as a guy who will you was in one of these locker rooms in suit can certainly understand that maybe some of what the marlins guys have gone through we know with jeffrey loria there it hasn't always been the easiest thing in the world but when you see not only a former player involved in this who's going to be involved in a lot of the baseball decision making it sounds like but one with the cloud of a derek jeter what goes through your mind very ecstatic if i'm a player in a locker room right now i think just for a few reasons because now you know that the marlins organization is going to try to win and they're not going to just try to win a little bit and then trade guys off and then rebuild it and try to win and so on and so on that's kind of what they've they've done their whole existence in major league baseball derek jeter obviously no doubt about it his his resume what he's done for baseball all the championships but to me the biggest thing the first thing i thought of was dare jitters old school so and i'm probably going to catch a lotta slack for this this comment i hate saver metrics and guess what their gender hates it too and now this going to bring all school baseball back to major league baseball never going to see probably it's gonna starve the marlins are gonna start hidden ron they're going to steal more bases they're gonna move guys over the little things of baseball that kind of his lost art right now everybody just wants to hit home runs and they don't care if they strike out a two hundred times they just know that if the hit a home run they're gonna make huge huge dollars at the end of the day dare geeta is all about small ball and being a team player so when he does this with the marlins the twenty nine other teams going to see how successful he is doing this and hopefully they'll get rid of all the sabre metrics too because i cannot stand the fact that.

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"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

The Locker Room

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

"Possibly about a mushers it could fantasy guy 'cause they run the ball lot as well he they're very balanced offense but who their defense not he's going to be a big fantasy points getter for talking just fantasy football ill solely nfl wise he's a great quarterback but fantasy a macho sir it'll be interesting to see how this all plays out this year as far as the fantasy football stuff and of course the marathon starting tomorrow might goal of is going to be joining us route come from uh well murray like oh well you see um what there's a mommy and a daddy hurry ends see when they call geico uh they could save a bunch of money on car insurance ovarian fabric some happy yes that makes them very happy batch can't yeah well i'm glad we can have this talk sunshine kyko because saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance is always a great answer these he's a locker room on espn radio and the espn app it is the locker room michael junior jeff sports danny graves here on espn radio and espn abc a new for barbara saul premium disposable razors quite possibly the best thing to happen to barbara saul sent shaving cream you wouldn't go to america you're shaving with barba sol and we just got done talking little josh rosen some more suffering the world of nc double a football and now we get to put danny to work a little bit 'cause we got some baseball going on years we're going to lean on our resident baseball expert but we know this week some big news involving derek jeter michael jordan involved in the group buying the marlins for reported one point two billion dollars and we know derek jeter's name was associated.

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"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

The Locker Room

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

"And overboots and stuff like that i'm sure he took his work home with a luckily for my positions often suleiman i didn't have to always take my work home with me i was able to study at the facility most of the time and yes i would i would obvious often do something reviewed home by assume that you i manning an emotionally quarterbacks are studying all the time and so for your josh rosen you're you're trying to you try to do that schedule andrew school the same time this is probably worse comments have come from so maybe we just need to to temper expectations down a little bit of what we expect from a college quarterbacks well you know your time at elitelevel quarterbacks ally many who you are teammate with is is a quarterback that has consistently had success in the national football league makes me think of fantasy football vanity on the fours he has won more fantasy they will turn into espn espn to espn radio digital social media monday august 14th at seven pm eastern time through august 15th at eleven pm eastern time for our fantasy marathon twenty eight hours wall wall fantasy football coverage be sure to download in sign up espn fantasy football app and play fantasy football this season you can sign up at espn dot com slash fantis f f l or download the free fantasy football app mike goal a junior who will be joining us in just a few will be part of all twenty hours there is nobody better for a marathon on espn mike golik junior i was part of the bracket marathon for college basketball in watching him on fantasy island was absolutely phenomenal can't miss television of course he'll be a big part of what we're going to be doing during our fantasy football side that guys at the last hour we talked about who would you take at number one let me ask you this.

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"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

The Locker Room

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

"Suddenly he was trying to say something like vat interesting come out very well and there's another time when you know he's sets up a controversial well look it to me danny this is what i look at it is the ncaa tournament is in adding championship wait for your conferences tournament is basically four weeks that you're not even in school and when i was at ucla we took our finals on the road in a hotel room with a proctor standing over our shoulders and we miss the reviews we didn't good to go to the to'real sessions at are also free in academically provided by the universities and so for me to hear somebody say like oh my gosh this so difficult when i've gone through it and first of basketball travelers way more extensive than what college football is yes you can get through it you can really get through it is not that hard if you have good time management skills now if you're talking about classes that made you can't take you could take those in the offseason u e and guess what coaches will work with you in your offseason workouts or round what you have to do academically speaking there is not a coach that i know that at ucla wanted to that the ads to me i i agree with jeff here that i think he worded it probably a little more blatant then he wanted to balancing sports in school when you're a at a big time school like you see la of course it can't be easy but there's a lot of people trying to do that in all the major sports they're trying to do that to me and you know i'm told opposite from jeff as far as i went to miami to play baseball and that's that was the only reason why academics to me was second and not that that's a good way to go because i definitely don't feel that way now i wish i would have been a little more serious about my education but.

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"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

The Locker Room

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

"For the cincinnati bengals but there was a lot of baggage and a lot of discussion because of what happened with him at oklahoma and the nfl doesn't have jurisdiction to come in on vat situation but now has to deal with the consequences of him plane in the nfl having success and then trying to figure out how that works and how that molds together these these from lack of on espn radio and the he asked again at any grave just short shot far too here on the locker room it's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless best phones best networks no contracts it's straight talk and of course our streets on today's can be focused on my alma mater ucla quarterback josh rosen make some comments this past week at everybody talking uh in particular saying that it's tough to balance football and school now guys i'm gonna go first on this one if you don't mind being that it's my my school do you guys mind go ahead of adult mind all right good 'cause what i'm gonna tell you this hogwash josh in ally school hasn't started yet at ucla you don't want school starts at ucla october okay so he's gone through full month of practice and a third of his actual season he is talking about balancing inseason eight weeks eight weeks that's it in the college basketball landscape we in october and when we go on road trips we don't flat on a chartered plane that takes off on a friday in returns back to campus on saturday night you're gone and you miss four to five days of school in the particular week if josh rosen can not balance academics and football for eight weeks i have concern over how he's going to balance his life at the nfl level.

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"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

The Locker Room

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

"Daily graves just short sean farm here on the locker room take your phone calls at eight say is key and that's eight eight eight seven two nine three seven seven six as good as earninh in ohio listening to us on 1410 espn's on what's up pretty hollywood on guys thanks for taking my call good joy at p m three point number one come on mentioned earlier saying that you know corporation dull aren't responsible for punishing their employees yossi that happen i had to disagree with that um i worked for an organization that has a cop code of conduct policy and it's been that way every place i've worked where they have a code of conduct that they expect you to follow and they will proceed on that if they believe that you've done something to violate that and that's a good deal with a lot of corporations and companies um in the nfl is doing that now i will also agrees with you guys in that i think then the nfl is handled this sloppily but i think one reason why is because nfl it's been reactive when the ray rice stuff came out with that video evidence that was you know it was plain and clear and it was brutal and what people saw that the nfl was scrambling they had no clue what to do because they hadn't thought about it ahead of time and they still have a truly got that right i think th the reactions are clunky for them well and i and i think i appreciate your phone call and i think that's me jeff the attic that's the bigger statement out of all of this is that the nfl is trying to play catchup in regards to domestic violence and even in a year will you have joe mix in who who looks it appears as if he is going to be a standout.

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"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

The Locker Room

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"danny graves" Discussed on The Locker Room

"Well it's my initial reaction was are they suspending him this many games because they know that they're going to reduce it in the peel process now that this domestic violence thing there's there's no like i do not condone any of this i don't think a mansard ever put his hands on a woman i don't know every single fact that happened in this zeke he'll elliott these allegations but be suspended for six games i know with major league baseball a lot of suspension start out high because of the appeal process so is it starting out a little bit high because they know elliott's gonna appeal and these going to try to reduce these games or is the nfl overreacting because they like jeff said earlier they botched the ray rice in the josh brown cases you know what i'm saying so to me domestic violence should not be in any sport in the world anywhere but suspended a guy for six games just wonder what their motive here why they why they do so many games to me when i look at this the first thing that stands up to me is what was wrong with the columbia uh columbus police department if the nfl can come with such a horde locked case why is it that the columbus police department didn't and wisely the columbus police department why is it anybody asking them okay explain this because in the nfl report this is what they said how come you didn't prosecute i that's a big question that needs to get answer i have no problem actually with the nfl doing what they did.

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