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"danny jansen" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Exhibit ends as the tropical butterfly house begins. And if you're lucky, a butterfly or two might just land on you. You know, come on news. Northwest News Time 210. Time for a check with sports. So let's head over to the Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk. Here's Joel Stern. The Mariners continue their 10 -game road trip in Cincinnati. Seattle comes off Sunday's 6 -3 loss to the Mets who take 2 -3. The Emmys are in first place in the AL West and lead the Rangers and Astros by one game. Elsewhere, the Bougets place catcher Danny Jansen on the 10 -day injured list with a broken finger. Toronto's a game and a half out of a wildcard berth. Mets first baseman Pete Alonso homers twice against the Mariners Sunday. That gives them 41 on the season. He's the fifth player in Major League history with at least three 40 home run seasons in his first five years. Over to the NFL, Chiefs All -Pro defensive tackle Chris Jones doubtful for a Thursday season opener against the Lions. Jones, who had 15 and a half sacks last season, didn't report to the team on Sunday. The Dallas Cowboys and right tackle Terrence Steele agree on a five -year extension worth 87 million. Steele was undrafted and comes off an ACL injury. The Seahawks get the regular season underway Sunday against the Rams in Lubin Field. The Storm have three games remaining. They'll play the dream in Atlanta on Wednesday. The Sounders riddle until September 16th will play a Dallas. I'm Joel Stern, Northwest News Radio. Northwest News Time 2 11. I'm Jeff You're in the middle of 20 minutes of non -stop news Republican presidential candidates spending the holiday weekend on the campaign trail. Republican presidential hopefuls are descending on New Hampshire including political newcomer Vivek Ramaswamy whose popularity got a boost in the wake of the first GOP debate. The 38 year old entrepreneur and staunch defender of Donald Trump doubling down on his pledge to pardon the former president if he's elected and to vote for Trump if he's the nominee. I still expect that Donald Trump or whoever the Republican nominee is will be better than the alternatives. At a campaign stop Sunday a truth banner briefly falling on Ramaswamy the candidate quickly brushing it off. His views on foreign policy like ending US support for Ukraine drawing questions from some voters and rebukes from rivals. He's a good man a good family man but he's just on foreign policy. Notably absent from any public events on the campaign trail the front -runner even even as former President Trump now faces a total of 91 felony charges his commanding lead in the field is only expanding. A new Wall Street Journal poll shows 59 % of GOP voters support Trump. He leads his closest rival Florida Governor Ron DeSantis by 46 percentage points. That Wall Street Journal poll shows that Trump's lead on DeSantis has nearly doubled since last spring and in a head -to -head matchup Trump and President Biden are locked in a dead heat. That's ABC's Elizabeth Joel Z reporting from Salem New Hampshire. It appears the leader of China will be skipping the G20 summit with other world leaders. In the clearest signs the Chinese President Xi Jinping will skip the G20 meeting this weekend in India. The Chinese foreign ministry all but confirmed his absence today by announcing China's number two leader Li Chang will attend the meetings instead. This will be the first time Xi has skipped the annual G20 meeting since he became China's head of state a decade ago but it comes amidst growing tensions between Beijing and New Delhi over disputes along their shared border. Meanwhile President Biden had already expressed his disappointment over the weekend about Xi's possible absence. There have been hopes of a face -to face meeting between the two leaders on the sidelines of the summit as the US and China worked to diffuse their agreements. While there was no official reason given today for Xi skipping the meeting the only other confirmed no show for the G20 is Russian leader Vladimir Putin. Carson Yoo, ABC News, Hong Kong. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has fired the country's defense minister. He made the announcement yesterday signing the need for new approaches with Russia drags on. Alexei Ryzhnikov's removal comes after numerous corruption scandals involving the Ministry of Defense. Zelensky has nominated Rustem Umarov the former People's Deputy Ukraine of to assume the role. Northwest News Time 214. Let's check the roads as we do every 10 minutes on the floors RC Kansas in the high performance homes traffic center eastbound 90 the off -ramp to Rainier we still have a stall partially blocking they're not booking traffic too much it's getting by so uh
"danny jansen" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"So let's head on over to the Beacon flooding Sports Desk. Here's Joel Stern. The Mariners move on to Cincinnati where they'll play the Reds. The M's come off Sunday's loss to the Mets. Seattle starts the first day in place in the A .L. West, who leads Texas and Houston by one game. Elsewhere, the Blue Jays place catcher Danny Jansen on the 10 -day injury list with a broken finger. Toronto's a game and a half out of a wildcard berth. Mets hearst baseman Pete Alonso homers twice against the Mariners Sunday. That gives them 41 on the season. He's the fifth player in Major League history Henry with with at least three 40 home run seasons in his first five years over to the NFL. Chiefs all pro defensive tackle Chris doubtful Jones for Thursday season opener against the Lions. Jones, who had 15 and a half socks last season, didn't report to the team on Sunday. The Dallas Cowboys, who might tackle Terrence Steele, agree on a five -year extension worth 87 million. Steele was undrafted and comes off an ACL injury. The Seahawks get the regular season underway Sunday against surrounds the the Looman Field. The storm had three games remaining. They'll play the dream in Atlanta on Wednesday. The Sounders Lions rival until September 16th, when we'll play a Dallas. I'm Joel Stern, Northwest News Radio. Northwest News Time 110. Coming up on 111, I'm Jeff Poetzler. You're in the middle of 20 minutes of non -stop news. On this Labor Day, President Joe Biden rallied union workers before a parade in Pennsylvania. ABC News National Correspondent Stephen Portnoy more. has President Biden appeared in Philadelphia at a sheet metal workers union local. We're celebrating jobs, good paying jobs. Biden said infrastructure projects paid for by the law he enacted will employ union labor. The great real estate builder, the last guy here, he didn't build a damn thing. Insisting his policies will the grow middle class. The president accused Republicans of hollowing it out and he said of Bidenomics. Guess what? It's working. Polls show most voters give Biden poor marks on his handling of the economy. Stephen Portnoy, ABC News, Washington. Here are your political insights from ABC News. Republican presidential hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy says he's open to supporting Donald Trump even if he's convicted in any of the four criminal cases going against him. If Donald Trump's the nominee, yes, I will support him. And if I'm the president, yes, I will pardon him because that will help reunite the country. With Trump the clear front runner, why is Ramaswamy running? If I can lead us forward and reunite this country, but if it's not me as the nominee, I still respect that Donald Trump or whoever the Republican nominee is will be better than the alternative. Senator Tim Kaine, Democrat of Virginia. If you are unwilling to say that the behavior of Donald Trump trying to overturn the peaceful transfer of power is a disqualifier, if you pledge despite that to vote for him, if you pledge despite that to pardon him should you be elected, it shows that you don't have the moral compass that you need to be the leader of the greatest nation in the world. Senator Kaine and Rama Swamy on ABC's This Week. And those are your political It's Richard Cantu, ABC News. New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu ruling out a third party run for presidents. I'm still working 24 seven to make sure the Republican Party is the best version of itself. Speaking on NBC's Meet the Press, the Republican governor says agrees he with polls that show majority voters don't want to either President Joe Biden or former President Donald Trump on the ballot in 2024. Sununu adds that he wants a conservative in the White House. The co chair of the no labels movement says it is unlikely they'll offer a third party candidate in 2024. Speaking on CBS's Face the Nation, former Republican Maryland Governor Larry Hogan said the group would only consider a third party ticket if the presidential election came down to Biden President and former President Trump. But it has to be a good ticket that can actually win. You know, I would only be in it. it to win Hogan said he's not interested in running if no labels puts up a candidate, but he isn't ruling it out. I'm Trey Thomas. Maybe use the Bainbridge Seattle ferry route here, something you'll want to know. Washington State will Ferries be closing down all vehicle
"danny jansen" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"News time 12 36. Next time you fly, consider this. According to a report in The Washington nearly Post, 5000 pilots are suspected of falsifying their medical records, concealing conditions that could make them unfit to fly. The Post's Craig Whitlock spoke with Northwest News Radio's Frank Lindsey. Craig, as you report, the pilots under scrutiny are military veterans. So what tipped off the FAA and Veterans Affairs about this? So actually, the Frank, FAA and Veterans Affairs have known about this for almost two decades, but it's been something that neither agencies really wanted to look into. What tipped them off was back in 2005, the FAA checked their database against Social Security database with people receiving disability payments from Social Security. And back then, they found a few thousand pilots who were telling Social Security that they were too sick to work but weren't reporting it to the FAA. And it's taken ever since then for the FAA to the light bulb to go on and cross check their records with the Veterans to Affairs see how many veterans are doing the same thing. And frankly, both agencies have been dragging their feet on it because it's such a big problem neither one is quite sure what to do about it. What does the FAA if do they find that indeed a pilot may not be fit to fly? So all commercial pilots and pilots in general, they have to undergo regular medical exams. They go to a government contracted medical exam or a doctor who's supposed to examine them anywhere from every six months to five years, depending on what class of license they hold. But one problem is that whole system is based on really the honor system. It depends pilots on volunteering their full health histories and anything that might be an issue. What our reporting found out was that most pilots say this system is broken, that pilots are afraid to conditions, disclose particularly anything to do with mental health or depression, because makes them have to go through appeals and go through bureaucracy that can take years to resolve, they're afraid of losing their licenses. So frankly, what a lot of pilots do is they just don't report any issues, particularly with mental health. But what the FAA finally did is they decided to cross -check their medical records for pilots with Veterans Affairs to see how many of those pilots were also getting benefits, disability benefits, from their military service. And that's where they found out that 5 ,000 pilots were getting major disability benefits, but weren't reporting any of that to the FAA, which is against federal law. What have the airlines had to say about this? Not much. They've kept pretty quiet. In fact, the FAA had kept very quiet that they've been investigating this for the last couple of years, along with the Veterans Affairs. And we got some tips about it, and we spent a few months digging into it. And even then the passenger airlines don't want to say much. Our sources have told us that about 600 of the pilots who have been under investigation fly for passenger airlines. But we haven't been able to get more information than that. But again, that's a pretty substantial number that I think has caused a lot of the public to be pretty concerned about That's the Washington Post's Craig Whitlock speaking with Northwest News Radio's Frank Lindsey. Too much screen time being linked to developmental delays in children. That's according to a new study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics. The researchers looked at data from 7 ,000 children and found that two or more hours of screen time increased the likelihood of developmental delays, especially in problem solving and communication. One year olds were 61 % more likely to have delayed communication skills at age two when they spent more than those hours in front of the TV or cell phones compared to kids who spent less than one hour in front of screens a day. The risk went up nearly five times for children and more than four hours of screen time in infants. time Screen was linked to developmental delays in social skills and motor skills. With summer coming to a close, have you been putting off work on your roof that might not make it through a wet and windy fall? Eglinton's Hein Roofing just opened up availability on their schedule specifically for Northwest News radio listeners, so it's not too late to get that roofing project completed before the weather turns. Valentine has limited the availability, but if you call today and mention Northwest News Radio priority scheduling, Valentine Roofing will get a roof replacement done within just weeks of your estimate. Valentine's work will be completed by the very best crews and protected by an industry -leading warranty to give you peace of mind. They even have flexible options, payment including plans with no interest until 2025. So don't wait until the weather does damage to your roof. Get three bids, just make sure one of them is Valentine Roofing. Call 206 Roofing to schedule your free estimate and be sure to mention priority scheduling to reserve your spot in their schedule. Northwest News Time, 1240. Let's get a check of sports. We do it at and 10 40 past each hour. Here's Joel Stern. The Mariners continue their 10 -game road trip in Cincinnati. Seattle comes off Sunday 6 -3 loss to the Mets who take two or three. The M's were in first place in the AL West and lead the Rangers and by Astros one game. Elsewhere, the Bougets place catcher Danny Jansen on the 10 -to -injured list with a broken finger. Toronto's a game and a half out of a wildcard berth. Mets' first baseman Pete Alonso homers twice against the Mariners Sunday. That gives him 41 on the season. He's the fifth player in Major League history with at least three 40 home run seasons in his first five years. Over to the NFL, Chiefs All -Pro defensive tackle Chris Jones,
"danny jansen" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"What's concerning most parents. Samantha Clark, PTA co president at PS1 72 in Brooklyn, spoke to CBS two New York uncles should not be shelters. They're two different things. Mayor Adams says nearly 50% of all New York City hotel rooms are being used by asylum seekers. He told news channel four New York that this situation has forced him to take drastic steps. I could not have been more clear for the last few months of what we are facing over 65,000 migrant asylum seekers have reached our city. After the growing outrage, asylum seekers were reportedly moved to an undisclosed location in New York. It's 11 till now on America in the morning, a federal appeals court is weighing arguments on whether a commonly used abortion pill was properly approved by government health regulators more than two decades ago. Correspondent Jackie Quinn reports. A Justice Department attorney, Sarah Harrington, argued in favor of keeping access to mifepristone. Before a three judge panel of the 5th circuit Court of Appeals. She says the anti abortion group that won their case in Texas, getting a ruling to stop the use of the common abortion pill. Did not have the right to sue. Appeals court judge James Ho shrugged off another attorney's argument that mifepristone has long been on the market. Objecting to the idea that the FDA can do no wrong is closely watch case will likely wind up before the U.S. Supreme Court, which already intervened, allowing mifepristone to remain available. While the legal challenges play out, I'm Jackie Quinn. Robots from the future are not quite knocking on our door yet, but most Americans believe artificial intelligence could end life as we know it. Here's our chuck palm with the tech report. More than two thirds of Americans are concerned about the negative effects of AI and about 61% believe that it could threaten civilization in a Reuters poll about three times as many people fear the negative outcomes from AI as those who don't. In an open letter to Congress last month, Landon Klein director of U.S. policy for the future of life institute stated, we view the current moment similar to the beginning of the nuclear era and we have the benefit of public perception that is consistent with the need to take action. U.S. crypto firm ripple has bought a Switzerland based crypto custody company called mataco for $250 million. In 2020, ripple was sued by the SEC for conducting a $1.3 billion unregistered security offering. Ripple has rejected the charges saying they do not need to be registered as they are a currency. For more tech news, visit all the top tech tech. I'm chuck palm. It's 9 till America in the mornings, John stone brings us some heat in morning sports. Thanks to an electrifying 35 points by Jimmy Butler, the Miami Heat grabbed home field advantage away from the Celtics by stealing game one in Boston last night, one 23 to one 16. Simmons second butler puts it on. TNT on the call is butler scored 23 of those points after halftime. Boston blew a 9 point halftime lead as the heat poured in 46 points in a furious third quarter of offense. Baseball, the mets have been riding the struggle bus for much of the 2023 season, but last night, slugger Pete Alonso brought some respite with a walk off three run home run to give New York an 8 to 7 win over the raise. In Toronto, Danny Jansen hit a three run walk off bomb to break a scoreless tie against the Yankees in ten innings, three to nothing. Also, Yankees starter Domingo Hermann was suspended ten games for a banned substance after objected him Tuesday night for having sticky stuff on his hands. And soccer officials are gathering in Chicago with scientists and medical professionals for a summit on brain injuries in the sport. It begins a day after the concussion legacy foundation announced that four more former professional soccer players had been diagnosed with chronic traumatic encephalopathy, also known as CTE, a degenerative brain disease that has been linked to concussions and athletes. And that's your look at sports
"danny jansen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Case to the ethics committee. Santos says referring the resolution to ethics is the best path forward. I was elected by them to come represent them. I will continue to do that. I have not done my job since I've gotten here. I can chew and walk them at the same time. I can chew gum and walk at the same time. Some of his colleagues echoed Santos after his news conference. If I could understand you over my colleagues screaming here, the reality is. Man, come on. Santos is facing 13 federal charges, including money laundering. A spokesperson for prince Harry and duchess Meghan claims, they were involved in a near catastrophic car chase while being pursued by paparazzi in Manhattan Tuesday. Meanwhile, the NYPD says it wasn't catastrophic, but merely challenging to get Meghan and Harry home. After heading to a police precinct for safety, Harry and Meghan, along with her mother in a security guard hailed a taxi to allude photographers, but the cab driver stopped short of calling in a chase. New York's mayor, Eric Adams, also expressed skepticism about the chase lasting two hours, but a lot of people are using our streets, any type of high speed chase that involves something that nature is inappropriate. In 1997, prince Harry's mother, Princess Diana died in a crash while being chased by paparazzi in Paris. Meanwhile, mayor Adams delivered some harsh words for people criticizing the city's decision to house thousands of migrants in the city's hotels. Adam says, while he would rather keep those hotels open for tourists, the city needs to house the asylum seekers somewhere and calls on others for suggestions moving forward. Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts over a 120 countries, I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. Nathan, thank you, Michael. Well, 6 ten on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg sports update brought to you by tri state out of years John stash hour made in a while and much needed win for the mets have been floundering for nearly a month looked like another lost trail Tampa Bay two nothing later 5 two, they tied the game with a dramatic three run Homer with two outs on the bottom of the 9th by Francisco Alvarez they fell behind yet again in the tenth inning and it was time for more drama. The O one. Swinging a high fly team left field Pete Alonso has won the game. It's a three run walk off home run. 8, 7 New York. WCBS just as the mets were hitting those two, three run homers at three one shot in Toronto by the Blue Jays Danny Jansen of Juan de Peralta for the first and only run to the game. Blue Jays make the Yankees three nothing in ten innings. Yanks at only three hits. Game one of the NBA east files to the heat their third straight series opening win on the road beat the Celtics in Boston one 23 one 16 led by Jimmy Butler, 35 points, 5 rebound 7 assists, 6 steel heat made over half their three pointers. Game two of the west tonight Lakers nuggets in Denver and the Stanley Cup playoffs are back tonight. Game one in the east, Florida, Carolina, Raphael, the Dallas, back to announce his hip injury, will keep him out of the French Open, which is one 14 times. Second golf major of the year, it's the PGA Championship at oak hill in Rochester, big names going off early this morning like world number one and masters champ John rom, defending champ Justin Thomas. He's playing with Rory McIlroy live coverage today, Bloomberg radio starting just after the end of trading at four. John's dash a Bloomberg story. Okay, John, thank you Bloomberg sports was brought to you by Audi. Don't let someone else drive off in the Audi model you've always wanted to visit your local tri state Audi dealer to get behind the wheel of yours today or visit Audi offers dot com for more information. We get set for the G 7 summit as President Biden and other world leaders gather in Hiroshima, Japan, Bloomberg's Anne Marie Horton is there and will have details for us as we watch futures, rise slightly this morning, S&P futures are up 7 points NASDAQ futures up 21. Live from coast to coast from New York to San Francisco, Boston to Washington, D.C., nationwide
"danny jansen" Discussed on AP News
" AP sports I'm Tom merriam. This year's NBA Eastern Conference final will feature a rematch of last year's the Celtics will play the heat starting Wednesday for a trip to the finals after blowing past the 76ers one 1288 in game 7 of their conference semifinal series. Jayson Tatum exploded for a game 7 record 51 points. Just being in another game 7, being able to come back home in front of our fans. I was really excited. Just for the moment. Stanley Cup playoffs, the golden knights are in the west finals for the third time in their 6th seasons by eliminating the oilers 5 to two in game 6. A hat trick for Jonathan Marshall. Baseball, the Blue Jays made it a three game sweep of the braves as Danny Jansen hit a two run single in the bottom of the 9th. It's a good team over there, so I had a feeling it was gonna be, you know, big blows going back and forth throughout the series and stuff. So just kept at it. The braves fourth straight loss combined with the Dodge's 5th straight win gave LA, the NL's best record. Tony Gosselin pitched the first 5 innings of Sunday shutout when over the Padres. They're a really good lineup, you know, can't take any pitches off, you know, top to bottom they all hit well. So we were fortunate enough to come out of this one without any without any runs. Another MLB Mother's Day action, the mets and national splitted double header, single game victories for the NL's cardinals, brewers, Diamondbacks, rockies, Marlins and pirates, and the ailes Astros, rangers, twins, tigers, guardians, and rays who beat the Yankees for the fourth time in 7 games over the last ten days for manager Kevin cash. I'm exciting ball games here. For 7, it seems like any team could win any of one of the ball games. Happy that we came up on top today. NASCAR, William Byron took advantage of a pileup to win the Goodyear 400 at Darlington in overtime. I don't think we really thought we could win in the first restart when there was that big wreck. Then we started to get a glimmer of hope, and then we started to go to work on, okay, what are the things we need to do to win it? Golfing was quite a day for Jason Day as he shot a final round 62 to win the Byron Nelson classic. Tom Arian AP sports.
Let's do it again: Celtics to face Heat in Eastern Conference finals rematch
"Year's NBA Eastern Conference final will feature a rematch of last year's the Celtics will play the heat starting Wednesday for a trip to the finals after blowing past the 76ers one 1288 in game 7 of their conference semifinal series. Jayson Tatum exploded for a game 7 record 51 points. Just being in another game 7, being able to come back home in front of our fans. I was really excited. Just for the moment. Stanley Cup playoffs, the golden knights are in the west finals for the third time in their 6th seasons by eliminating the oilers 5 to two in game 6. A hat trick for Jonathan Marshall. Baseball, the Blue Jays made it a three game sweep of the braves as Danny Jansen hit a two run single in the bottom of the 9th. It's a good team over there, so I had a feeling it was gonna be, you know, big blows going back and forth throughout the series and stuff. So just kept at it. The braves fourth straight loss combined with the Dodge's 5th straight win gave LA, the NL's best record. Tony Gosselin pitched the first 5 innings of Sunday shutout when over the Padres. They're a really good lineup, you know, can't take any pitches off, you know, top to bottom they all hit well. So
"danny jansen" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"And it was only like three, four seconds left, so I just had to trust in what I've done my whole life and just shoot it with confidence. Austin leads that one three games to two Orlando's palo banquero, the number one pick in last year's draft was named rookie of the year with 98 of 101st place votes. NHL the islanders edge the hurricanes three two to stay alive. Carolina leads that series three games to two. Stars shut out the wild for nothing to go up three two Jake out in German May 27 states. And the oilers doubled up the king 6 three, giving Edmonton a three two lead. Baseball, the Astros shut out the raised 5 nothing Tampa Bay's first home loss of the season in its 15th game at drop again a field. Luis Garcia and company scattered 5 hits. Nationals blank the mets 5 nothing Josiah gray and mason Thompson allowed 5 hits and fan 13 between them. Blue Jays white was the White Sox 7 nothing behind a four hitter from Jose berios and the berries, Danny Jansen caught the gem and Homer twice to drive in four. Cubs throughout of the Padres 6 zero Justin Steele in the deal with a 5 hitter. He's won four straight decisions. John Gomes put down all the right fingers and went four for four with a dinger. Between the top of the Yankees, 7 strong innings from Joe Ryan. He's the first 5 game winner in the majors this year. Red Sox held off the Orioles and the Baltimore 7 game winning streak. Dodgers rallied past the pirates on Chris Taylor's three run Jack putting them ahead in the 8th Pittsburgh 7 game run comes to an end. Blake sables to run data in the bottom of the 9th booster, the Giants pass the Cardinals, rockies rolled over the guardians, Charlie Blackmon led off the game with a home run. If that sounds familiar, he's done that 40 times in his career. Red scored 6 in the 8th of triple rangers for the second night in a row, braves busted the Marlins, tigers, royals, Mariners and angels win. That's Wednesday sports. Thank you, sir. 7 till, when we return on America
"danny jansen" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Only like three, four seconds left, so I just had to trust in what I've done my whole life and just shoot it with confidence. Austin leads that one three games to two. Orlando is Paolo banquero, the number one pick in last year's draft was named rookie of the year with 98 of 101st place votes. NHL the islanders as the hurricanes three two to stay alive, Carolina leads that series three games to two. Stars shut out the wild for nothing to go up three two Jake out in German May 27 saves. And the oilers doubled up the king 6 three, giving Edmonton a three two lead. Baseball, the Astros shut out the raised 5 nothing Tampa Bay's first home loss of the season in its 15th game at dropping in a field. Luis Garcia and company scattered 5 hits. Nationals blank the mets 5 nothing Josiah gray and mason Thompson allowed 5 hits and fan 13 between them. Blue Jays white washed the White Sox 7, nothing behind a four hitter from Jose berios and the berries. Danny Jansen caught the gym and Homer twice to drive in four. Cubs throttled the Padres 6 zero Justin Steele in the deal with a 5 hitter. He's won four straight decisions. Jan Gomes put down all the right fingers and went four for four with a dinger. Twins topped the Yankees 7 strong innings from Joe Ryan. He's the first 5 game winner in the majors this year. Red Sox held off the Orioles ending Baltimore 7 game winning streak. Dodgers rallied past the pirates on Chris Taylor's three run Jack putting them ahead in the 8th Pittsburgh 7 game run comes to an end. Blake sables two run tater in the bottom of the 9th booster, the Giants pass the Cardinals, rockies rolled over the guardians, Charlie Blackmon led off the game with a home run. If that sounds familiar, he's done that 40 times in his career. Red scored 6 in the 8th of triple rangers for the second night in a row, brings busted the Marlins, tigers, royals, Mariners and angels win. That's Wednesday sports. Thank you, sir. 7 till, when we
Cole, Manoah scoreless after chirping, Yanks beat Jays 3-2
"The Yankees got clutch hits from an established veteran and a raw rookie to beat the Blue Jays three to two. Pinch hitter DJ Lemay, whose bases loaded single against the 5 man infield on the bottom of the knife gave New York the win after Toronto had tied the game at two on pinch hitter Danny Jansen's two and Homer in the top of the inning. The Yankees looked like they were going to win this pitcher's duel when rookie Anthony volpi hit a two run Homer for two zero lead in the bottom of the 8th. Anytime you have a really good division opponent like that and we play them as much as we do coming up, we really want to take these games. Garrett Cole and Alec mino and that's zeros on the mound. Coal lowered is ERA to 0.79, while we know it gave up just two hits and 7 innings. Time area New York
"danny jansen" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"And so they're probably was some element of, I don't know, running before they could walk type of thing and maybe even individually with Vlad, like he was getting ahead of himself a little bit too much. So for him, he's talked a little bit about just kind of pitch selection, not chasing as much. That was something that he struggled with last year that we hadn't really seen before. I mean, all the way coming up as a minor leaguer as a top prospect. He was always very well known for his plate discipline and it was kind of well known because it was like it was so in contrast to his father who obviously was more prone to swing at a lot of different pitches, even if they were outside the zone, whereas Vlad junior was much more disciplined. And so last year we saw him chasing quite a bit. And the way that pitchers were attacking him, they were just kind of exploiting that. And so I think he's coming into the season just really wanting to not try and hit that four run home run when no one's on base type of thing. Like just if he has to take a walk if pitchers aren't going to pitch to him, then take the walk and just be a lot more patient and kind of get back to those fundamentals that made him such a great prospect in such a great player. You mentioned behcet having a kind of up and down season. And when you look at his line and his war in the aggregate, it looks like it was pretty similar to his 2021, but one place that really stands out as a difference is in the decline in his base running, which was superlative in 2021, and then far less successful in 2022, both in terms of his success rate and castrated his sprint speed. So does he have a theory of what rent wrong with his base running in 2022 and have you seen steps to try to correct those issues in camp? I don't know about a theory in terms of, I mean, I haven't spoken to him about that specifically. I would guess some of it was probably pictures paying more attention to him because he, as you said, prior years, he had been really good at stealing bases. And I think it was other teams kind of taking note of him on the basis, maybe and they had it in the past. And so maybe there has to now be an adjustment on behcet and the blue Jay side of things. Like, okay, they know we're going to be aggressive. Let's play it this way. I would say that I've noticed in spring watching the games and also just hearing what the Blue Jays have said that they really want to take an aggressive approach to base running this year and beset in particular said that. He said not even with the rules in mind, I wanted to be more aggressive this year on the basis and then now with the rules in mind, like with the bigger bases and all those things, there's obviously going to be opportunity to do that. And for him, hopefully he can be successful, but definitely in spring you've seen him. Honestly, he's been experimenting a lot. There was a day, a couple days ago, where he did get picked off at first. But I think in spring, it's kind of like knowing knowing the patterns of the new disengagements, I guess with the pictures, kind of testing the waters a little bit, I guess, is the way to put it is like you have to kind of get a feel for these new rules how they're going to play out. And so I have noticed that not just behcet, but the blue days in general have been kind of like looking a bit chaotic on the bases. I think there's some method to their madness, I guess, in that I think they're kind of testing the waters right now. They're seeing what they can do, what they can get away with, getting the rhythms of these new rules and how they can play with them to their advantage. But not just bachat, but in general, I think you're going to see the Blue Jays try to be a lot more aggressive on the base path this year. They did that a little bit when John Schneider took over last year and I think they're going to take it to another level this year. So when we did the Diamondbacks preview, we talked about the big var show Moreno greel trade from the Diamondbacks perspective. So now we should address it from the Blue Jays perspective. So talking about another guy who can give you some speed on the bases and a lot of other qualities too, tell us what made the Blue Jays want to make this deal. Obviously dealing from a strength to shore up a weakness, but beyond that, what are they foresee from our show who, I guess sadly, but understandably probably his catching career is just about behind him at this point. Yeah, I mean, there's a few things why the Blue Jays were interested in that trade. I mean, one you mentioned, they were trading from. It was actually a trade where both teams were treating trading from a position of strength where you saw the Diamondback because they had a lot of outfielders to spare and the blue Jay is obviously had a catcher to spare. And so I think that from their perspective of the Blue Jays, moving Moreno made sense because the Blue Jays already had to kind of starting caliber catchers and Danny Jansen and Alejandro Kirk and where the Blue Jays are in their kind of competitive window, is there going to be a lot of opportunity to get Moreno, the sort of reps that he needs to kind of learn the pitching staff and he's a very talented baseball player, but catching in particular is that position where you just kind of need reps at the major league level to kind of get the game calling down pat and so I think that from their point of view, he was, if you're going to trade from your area of strength, the catching point of view, like he was the one that could make some sense because they have their trust in Kirk and Janssen to kind of lead the pitching staff and do the job and obviously they're both very talented as well.
"danny jansen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Torrez, Brett Gardner, Angie or Shallow, but Luke void has already got in the on deck circle to hit for Gardner. First pitch to Torres and a ground ball down to third writing Kevin Smith, one tap of the MIT across to Guerrero. To get Torres by a step and a half, and that's how you like to do it. If you're reliever one pitch one out. So now void will come up to bat for Gardner. The Yankees are running out about here. They are being shut out. Again. We mentioned earlier in the broadcast just 11 out of 15 teams in the American League and runs scored. Runs per game on the season. And they have nothing to show for it today. Boyd, last year's American League home run champion. Has had a much different kind of year this year and right now just kind of scrapping for playing time as he takes a fastball at the bell for a strike. Not playing every day. No one from Mesa bounced in a slider. And that almost hit void and it almost eight up Danny Jansen, and that could have had all kinds of Nasty, nasty finishes and avoid Jansen are kind of laughing about it right now, as if to say to one another. Who do you think was in more trouble on that pitch? You or me as it relates to look, boy, we talked to Aaron Boone about it today asked him, you know, if any tough decisions for the starting lineup today because of So many folks. Look, boy would have been a candidate to start against the lefty, re you Want one slider down and and again ball too. But with Giancarlo Stanton having spit Amount of time in the outfield long game yesterday. Boone wanted to get him.
"danny jansen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Not been a good run defensively for Glaber Torrez. It's short. In fact, when he was out, Velasquez was playing short. It seemed to give The team of spark and that spot defensively. And Torrez. He's charged with an air on the plate to allow Guri el to reach so one on one out. Two, Nothing Top two and Danny Jansen, the catcher for the Blue Jay steps in and takes a fastball over the outside corner for his strike. Jansen hitting it, even 200 on the season, seven home runs. His last game on Saturday against Oakland, his best game of the season offensively at a home run and a couple of doubles. Long time in the stretch by Thai. Oh, now the pitch to Jansen, he yanked foul third base side. Oh, and to Jansen came into the season as the number one catcher for the Blue Jays, but has had to lengthy stays on the I L with a hamstring injuries and the Blue Jays are now rotating. Three catchers Danny Jansen, Alejandro Kirk and Reese McGuire. Two strike count on him to set by tiled On the pitch, and it's fouled back tie own with a heavy dose of fastballs here in the early going Really lock it in on that pitch, and he's throwing it. Where he wants to throw it. You can see the confidence he's got in it right now. Unfortunately for him, he doesn't that play made behind him by Torrez because Is that much closer to getting back in the dugout, but perhaps the ball on the ground you can get out of this inning. Oh, two again and take it low, look like tie and went with a slider right there. Johnson started to swing.
"danny jansen" Discussed on The Points League
"Fourth every day. I mean, he's a volume play. He's not any better than Will Smith. Johnny has, or JT Muto for that point. Like if you want to go on a bad basis, he's not anywhere close to the best offensive catcher, but because he plays every single day. No matter what, he has so much more value than he's credited during the auction. Like I got him for like 8 bucks or something like that, which is insane. Sure. You know, it's the same with the VJ special too. That guy's not he's okay. I don't know how to pronounce his name kinder Felipe, but oh yeah, because he is like shortstop eligibility. He's like not even really a catcher. He's a short stop. Who is that ketchup back in the day like you had a really generic name like Craig Smith or something that was mostly an outfielder, but would catch 6 games or however many games need to be eligible year. God, I love that guy. Well, I think his name was like Craig Smith, wasn't it? There's a couple of players that come to my Victor Martinez is what I remember because I remember him DH for the tigers and Johnny would play in the catcher and it pissed me off. Who else did that? Chris, there is a twin who was like that too, who is a really good hitter. And an awful catcher. Catchers, you know, picking up like adley rushman or something. I don't know. Look, with catchers, it's tough. I thought it was a good pick up by Matt. You're probably not going to get hurt. He's probably going to play every day. We can follow. He won't be a catcher and you'll have an average first baseman at that point. I mean, I don't know. Danny Jansen was a member of the super hot prospect. Adley rushman is a totally different level of prospect. He's probably the number one prospect in baseball right now after wander. But I mean, I think you're right. He's a high rational, but the higher Echelon is just going to move him out of the ketchup position.
"danny jansen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"That's awesome. Well, and he was the easiest guy ever caddied for because it was straight down the middle, right in the middle trick on the middle on the green in like three to put for Bogey five. I mean, just at unbelievable Now, Danny. Danny Jansen's with US Wcpo TV, retired. Uh, I just got a message not long ago because I was talking about the Bills Mafia and how much I love the bills, fans and going through. It came at that stadium was unbelievable, because when you turn left and go up to You know what is now? I don't I knew were a field. I think it's Bill Stadium right now. But both sides of the street packed with fans going crazy, just awesome. But anyway and then I get a message here. I wish our fans were like that. You know what Bangles fans are like that you give them a winner, Danny. What's it like? They have a winner here what the fans will go berserk. We remember 81 in 88. Do you remember the Jets playoff game We had or when Mary was just a late season game years ago, and people got well oiled because it was a four o'clock start, and there were some fights that broke out in the garage is adjacent to Riverfront Stadium, and they banned the tailgating. Remember that period when they did? And I can remember riding on Bangles trips going to add a damn games. And this is when I was doing the games on the radio. It's still Sam and I would look across the frosting. The plane was laid out the same as it was when Paul was coaching and flavor and we'd be driving up to the stadia and the people would be out there, you know, cooking dogs and burgers and stuff and drinking, tossing footballs around. And Paul for granted. Dennis, he says, those people look like they're really having fun, don't they? And I said, Yes, sir. I do. It's a sport. I wish we could do that. We wish we could do that and symptomatic. And so he noticed people having fun, and he realized that they were in an entertainment industry and eventually we got back to that. But then the Rhona hits and then it all goes to help. So Well and And I also wanted to ask you well, and I just saw footage of you. When the 1981 uniforms were released. You send it out the You will won't Mayor and Walt enter College Football Hall of Fame at King's Island, interviewing the great Reggie Williams and a classic knock boots. Not yet, but there's there's Denny in the studio with that, with that mustache and the stylish hair And that was awesome, Man. I had that porn star must support star my I was going to say that we let you say that that's what was that? Oh, my Lord. Have mercy. Talk about cheesy but repent Leather shoes, man. I had the The double knits working there. We were home, Bradley. We had Tripoli and triples. Oh, man, leisure suits and everything else. It was so much fun. And you know what chick? You could go out and have a beer with some guys somewhere, some ballplayers. And they were secure in the knowledge that what you would seen there and what you had done there, and what she talked about was not going to end up on her Twitter feed in the next 30 seconds. Absolutely. And it was so much fun and those guys were so great to be around and I think they enjoyed us and we certainly enjoy that, and we had such a healthy respect for what they did on the field. What they did off the field was really kind of their business unless it was just out in out illegal or immoral. Yes, but you know, very sitting very seldom did. Did you have a situation like that now? These guys, they're just they're so fearful and they have their agents. They have their representatives in the spokes people and And they never really get to know the people that are covering them. And hence I don't think they get to know and the people who are following them. Don't get to know them is either so. That's too bad training camp. A Georgetown College loved it. Loved being secluded for a month, man. It was awesome. Anyway, My birthday was always like during training camp July 25th. So 11 night a training camp, we would go into the cheap side to go to the Cheapside Tavern in Lexington. Short on my birthday and rich Bram is there with Scott Ray Berg. They buy me a beer, and then we go outside toe toe a booth. And one of the newer reporters from the Sensei Post was there in plants. Steel came up to me and goes a one of the coaches saying about us and it was all off the record. And he says, Hey, can I trust this guy? And I told the dude from the post Nothing What says here what is said here stays here, man. Yeah, absolutely time. You're dealing with careers. And you know what? You could be a hero to your editor. Or and I wanna have what? You could be a hell to that guy and his family forever. So what choice? What choice? You gonna make your right and now there's always gonna be another story. Yes. Now I've got to ask you about the great the great Hank Aaron. I mean, that had you know, part of us all died yesterday. With this news. You know what the most difficult thing for me check with All of this. The Spade of Hall of Famers will pass What we're up to eight now and if they asked, like 12 or 13 months, 10 since the start of 2020. Okay, This is the most is to see the chunks that have come out of Johnny bench with every one of these passings on. I'm pretty close to John and he has taken all of these. Uh, none more so than Joe. Certainly. Yes..