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Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"dave concepcion" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Greg, who says, I am a fan of the Cincinnati reds. We are interesting, I swear. If you say so, Greg, I live minutes from there now high a affiliate, the Dayton dragons, and as a fan of the dragons, I try to keep up with the former players as they progress to Cincinnati or elsewhere. I have noticed a trend over the last decade or so. For the last 7 years, 2015 to present, there's been a former dragon on one of the World Series teams. So in 2015, Johnny cueto was with the royals 2016 Travis wood was with the cubs, 2017, 2018 and 2020, Justin Turner was with the Dodgers, 2019, Tanner Rainey was with the nationals in 2021 Jose Siri was with the Astros all former Dayton dragons. So Greg says, is this a record for appearances by a specific minor league team, the only one I could think might challenge it would be a Yankees affiliate from the early to mid 90s when they had members of their dynasty and traded away a bunch of prospects too. So I was not sure whether this was notable or not. Sometimes people will email us and say, is this weird? And I will instantly know whether it's weird or not. In this case, I couldn't tell you, this could be notable. This could be not notable. I wasn't sure. So I posed the question to Ryan Nelson frequent stat blast consultant. And he did his usual magic and went back all the way and came up with a tidy handy dandy spreadsheet, which I will link to on the show page. But a couple of caveats first, you have to figure that the higher the level is, the likely you are to have a long streak because of course a triple-A team is going to have more future major leaguers on its roster than a team in a ball, let's say. And so the triple-A team is going to have a longer streak or at least has a better chance to have a long streak than the lower level team. The second thing is rehab stint didn't really seem to be in the spirit of the question. It's kind of cool if you're a fan of a minor league team and a major league player goes down there, but you don't feel ownership or a personal investment in the career, the way that you do if you see that player as a young player who then goes up and has success. So we wanted to exclude rehab stints and what we did was set a playing time minimum of 5 games for the minor league team. So if you just had a one game rehab start or something, that doesn't count. So remember, the streak to beat here with the Dayton dragons is 5 years. They are a high a team, but if we open this up to any minor league level and we go back post war since 1946 or the modern miners, the first year that triple-A was a classification, the record is 18 years. Yeah, and that's the Indianapolis Indians, triple-A team from 1959 to 1976, those 18 years in a row, there was a former member of that farm team in the World Series. Now that was a period during which Indianapolis was an affiliate of many parent clubs. First, the White Sox then the Phillies, then the reds, then the White Sox again, then the reds again, so there you go, Greg, it's not the Dayton dragons, but it's still a former reds affiliate. Indianapolis is currently a pirates affiliate, but 5 different parent clubs. I don't know whether that makes it more likely to happen or less likely to happen. I guess maybe you've got a better shot of having one of your parent clubs to end up in the World Series than if you were with that same team every single season 'cause you could happen to be with a bad team that doesn't even contend, possibly. But anyway, the streak began with Jim Landis in 1959, and it went all the way to 1976, which was, of course, the big red machine era, and at that point you had George foster and Ken griffey senior and andreessen and along the way there were a lot of other good players involved former effectively wild guest Al Worthington, Roger Maris, who had been with the team even earlier when it was still at Cleveland affiliate, norm cash, Harmon killebrew, and then of course other great reds, Dave concepcion, et cetera. So that kind of makes sense because you have the reds in there. I mean, there were some good teams that the Indianapolis club was affiliated with, the reds had a bunch of World Series appearances. Now I should note that if you exclude 1994, the record is actually longer. So if we count 94, not as a broken streak, but just exclude that year because there was no World Series, then the record is actually slightly longer, and it's another triple-A team, the Edmonton trappers, who went from 1991 to 2011, and the trappers only existed up until 2004, I think, but they had former players go on to make World Series appearances after that. But their streak started with Carl Willis in 1991 and it continued all the way through ND Chavez and Kyle loesch in 2011, and they too had several different parent clubs over that period. They were with the angels, the Marlins, the a's, the angels again, the twins, and then finally the expos. That streak included players like Tim salmon, some other players from the 2002 angels team, Devon white, Louis Soho, who went on to make World Series appearances with the Yankees, Jim Edmonds, Matt stairs. So that would be a 20 year streak if we give them a pass for 94. Now if we go a level lower, we're gonna get a shorter streak. So now we're down to double-A and the record is held by the Huntsville stars and it's much shorter 1995 through 2006 and the stars were an a's and brewers affiliate during that time, so it started with Luis polonia in 95 and 96 and then Eric plunk Mike bordick Kurt Abbott Scott brosius Jay would toss it Scott spicy O Jason John B Mark bellhorn and Luis vizcaino finally in 2005. Now that takes us to hi a so remember, this is the Dayton dragons level 5 years is the streak to beat and I'm sorry Greg, but we can beat it. The high a record is held by the Modesto as 1999 through 2006. So that's 7 seasons the dragons are still two behind that and the Modesto a's they had Jose canseco. They had Walt Weiss, Mike bordick, Kurt Abbott, Jay would tacit Scott spicy O Jason javi Mark bellhorn Neil Katz bushwick and Jeremy bonderman finally in 2006, and as I said, Huntsville had been an a's affiliate and obviously the Modesto a's where it is affiliate..
Newsradio 700 WLW
"dave concepcion" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"On here. Labor Day. Steve Hawkins in for Mike McConnell, Monday, September six. Lot happening today. We got some events for you. If you're looking for something to do with the kids, just a few minutes. First up, though, I thought we took to our old friend Scott Springer over the since the inquiry. Good morning, Scott. I'm so honored to be brought in by the raisins. It's amazing one of my favorite fans ever and you would know that, wouldn't you? That's great. Oh, yeah, Well, yeah, one of the things about being old dude was going to say 1983 the raisins fear is never boring. It's just like it was 30 40 years ago. Absolutely. I couldn't plan today. Uh, like, I don't know, but let's go. Um, I called you because I saw your article last month, which I really enjoyed. You were talking about first of all, who would make the Greater Cincinnati High School baseball's great eight because you were talking about everybody talks about the Cincinnati Reds. Great. Ate all the time. The 75 76 big red machine, right? Oh, yeah. Yeah, that's one of the better parts are going down to the race museum before ballgame. It's outstanding. Those are the guys are watched. I got little many figurines behind me here in my office. Now they only appeared I did not know this. They only appeared in 63 regular season games over those two years, But they did play and starting all 17 post season games, right? Right? Yeah, they they didn't play as long as everyone thought. Regular season lies. But you had some pretty good tubs backed into. You know the reason Wasn't that bad. Uh, so, but, yeah, the 75 76 World Series starters. Primarily the great ape, but they only appeared in 63 ragged on all right. And of course, those Pete Ken Griffey, Joe Morgan, Tony Perez, George Foster, Johnny Bench, Cesar Geronimo. Dave Concepcion 64 16 in those two seasons. Uh, what I enjoyed about your article is you took it a step further and said, Who would be the great age of greater Cincinnati High school baseball players that I guess went on to play Major League baseball? Yeah, Here's how it came about. I mean, over the summer, people take vacations, so they're looking for articles that can withstand a couple months. And so I'm tossing and turning in bed one night like I do and that it just came to me and said, Well, why don't Figure out a great aid of the locals. And so that's where it came about, and it's just funny. It took off a little bit, but it was fun researching everybody and seeing who should go where? Because It wasn't necessarily who you might have thought. But and I tried to use the winds above replacement, which is really you know the money ball theory of what a player's value might be. How valid is that? I don't know, because when you're going back and you're talking about guys in the early 19 hundreds are not the same athletes not facing the same pitching, so I understand all that, but You know the gist of it all. It was just for fun. It was just throwing some names out so well. Let's start the first one. Jim Leyritz, catcher from Turpin High School. Okay, So when I write this gym, Leyritz is the catcher based on the war. It was 7.9. But Jim is retired. He can't do any better or any worse. In the meantime. After I started writing it. Kyle Schwarber out of Middletown goes on a terror and goes from like 6.1, and I just checked this morning. He's at 8.4. He said. A heck of a season Now both of them were captures. Flash played other places. Yeah, so Kyle's not necessarily a catcher at this point in time. But he's still hitting the ball pretty well. So probably depending on when you were born. If you're an older guy, you might go with Jim Lehrer to hit some really dramatic postseason home runs the modern day you go with Schwarber, who's knocking, you know, want out of the ball right now. All right, we're talking to Scott Springer's to say, inquire his story who would be the great Eight of Greater Cincinnati High School baseball. We can't forget the Cobra, can we Well, normally, he's an outfielder. But if you looked it up, he did play like 19 games at first base. Great hitter had you know some great seasons with the Reds and and just was a legendary performer. Your other choices. There would have been Leon Durham out of Woodward. You could put you know Kevin Youkilis played some first base a little bit more third base. But their numbers when you look at if you're trying to pack the lineup, Dave Parker, you know he's an M V. P in should be an M V. P should be a Hall of Famer. Yeah, Miller Huggins. He's mostly known as the manager. 1927 Yankees. You've got him on a second base when Woodward and Walnut Hills here Yeah, well, I looked it up and because I'm ready to put, build or in in there, because out of the guys that I was aware of it came down to building or mono stir and Goran had had a little bit better career hitting wise and more wise, but then Out of the blue. I don't want to even how I found it. But on what? Miller Huggins, I didn't know he played. Uh oh, yeah. 1919 4 1916 there, Hawk man, we might have been able to crack a lion benefit that, uh, Miller Miller was 35.4 So, uh, You know, let's keep him happy. I don't think there's any question about your shortstop from Mueller High School, Barry Larkin. Oh, none. I mean, you're in the Hall of fame. You're certainly in Cincinnati. Great. A your only other pick there with Eddie Brinkman out of Western Hills, and he also had a brother Chuck. It was a catcher. But, yeah, far none. Very Larkin. Yeah. To 95 career hitter and war wins above replacement. Refresh me on that again. What does that mean? I'm not sure I even understand it exactly. But I think what it is, is how many games you would win that person would would lead to wins above replacing them. All right, uh, the higher it is the better it is, if it's if it's a lower number than that's when they're looking to Yeah. Take you down the green mile. There you go. Another Mueller guy at third base. You got Buddy Bell in there? Well, the bell family had a lot of choices there, But, Yeah, buddy belt was better. Kevin Youkilis Yuk, who played the sycamore you see, would have been another candidate there. But Buddy bells career overall, at least to his numbers. Alright. You put Pete Rose in left field. Well, he could play anywhere. I remember. Well, he starts as the second baseman, he he was in right field, but I was really young and then moved to left. And then you know when Anderson moved into third base With the Big Red machine because John Vukovich wasn't hitting, but and then he played first base also, but I remember mostly as a left fielder. He's part of the original grade eight. So by God that gets on the high school grade, doesn't there you go Western Hills, Pete rose their molars back here in center field. Junior, is there. No question about that? Yeah. I mean, he's solidified there. He had the highest war out of everybody there. And he's a baseball hall of Famer too. So no question, All right. I forgot about Jimmy Wynn. Right Field out of Taft High School. Tell me about him. Yeah, I got to meet him in a golf outing one time, But you know, a little guy, you know, like Joe Morgan size and remember it up. He and Morgan played for the Astros. So Jimmy wins playing in the Astrodome. He knocks 37 home runs one year. 2 50 career hitter, But it is war was pretty good..
The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"dave concepcion" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Great. How are you. I'm doing doing. Good rob Rob i i agree. I agree with you about the best talent from around the world. Planning or major leaks. I don't have a problem with that. You know i'm here in my favorite player of all time. Was dave concepcion shortstop for with all due respect to barry larkin but Tell you brought up something. That really is the the center of this debate and tell them you brought up something very keen. You talked about mark. Maguire being there for sammy sosa because all sammy sosa was all he was able to give baseball. Very good. very good to me. Broken english but rob you mentioned vladimir guerrero otani and you mentioned You all those guys. Don't speak english not yet. it's does but you right. But the tommy. I think it helps baseball if you have a lebron curry a brady those guys a gw dude. Let's not aaron. Judge was in whitefield for the all star. He's he's a black and white player mixed player he has. He's six foot eight. He's good looking at speaks very well. He's a guy that baseball hopes will be one of the guys out front. Bryce harper in philadelphia right. He has a three hundred million dollar contract to tell and he's had big years for the nationals and now he's in philadelphia mike. Trout happens to be injured. Mike trout is one of the best players. We've ever played the game. You know this this far. You know guys career as well. So let's not act like they're no american-born stars. That's not what we're talking about. Which is talking about this all store. We saw some really generational talent. And my right gonna be around for a long time and who are like doing stuff we've never seen. That's what makes this different. Yeah we absolutely have to acknowledge that you can't just act like this is just a you know. Just an era baseball whether it just happened to be some good players. These are generational insurance players. It is no different than when albert pu had his first ten years in saint louis dandy only person that they can compare those ten years to was lou lou garrick so i just believe that. It should be embraced. It should be. It's okay to have international stars and to see that the rest of the world is trying has caught up in terms of talent level. But there's always been talent in other parts of the country. I mean i'm sorry. In other parts of the world i mean. Each euro was played professional for what ten twelve years for. You came here. He at three thousand hits in japanese league and they gave over and got three thousand hits in in major league baseball so i mean just unbelievable. Players from other countries is nothing new but what is new or what is something we haven't seen and what a hundred years is a guy starting as the all star game starting pitcher and d. h. In righty all in the same game like come on. No doubt telling the were ninety minutes away from game for the nba finals. And we'll get into that and much more with the old and policies. We'll talk to him. He joins us next. Prefers fox sports. Radio has the best sports talk lineup. In the nation catch all of our shows at fox sports radio dot com and within the iheartradio app search f. s. are to listen live. It is the odd couple coming to you. Live from the fox sports radio studios and now let's bring an old policies of course fifteen year. Mba bet fox sports radio nba analyst old. And how you doing. Buddy say how to tell. I'm rob h kelly. How you doing good. How are you doing great all up. I gotta get my voice a little deeper. I'm done because i wanted to know like like. Telly has the ultimate voice and he is the voice on our website new website. Mlb bro dot com. He's voiced everything and tell he should should be doing voiceovers or commercials. Nobody has better pipes than teller period margaret one eight hundred nevermind split talk about game for. I think the bucks totted series up till he doesn't think so but let me ask you. What's jonah says. Now i hope i got the number right. Twenty three out of his last twenty four shots in the in the paint area. Where he's become unstoppable and not just settling for perimeter shots in threes. Is this this way. Should finish out this series. Just keep pounding on the inside old. of course that's what you honestly supposed to have done a couple years ago. They would've beaten to it would be a lot of teams and so because he's not relying on that three point or he's not feeling that he's a three point shooter. Al clay stepping. Those guys. And i think his strength is getting to the whole. He's on he's on stoppable. Get into the paint. But i agree with kelly. I believe the sons are going to win. Tonight's game because you know devon booker probably had his worst game ever the andre and didn't play his normal game so i think those guidelines he's gonna get those guys motivated and it's going to be a different story and old and that was exactly what i said because devon booker is.
Newsradio 700 WLW
"dave concepcion" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Sounds of Reds baseball on the radio flashes us back to the past when you do that. Seventies eighties. I listen to the pregame show the main spark or the postgame show the star of the game. We're back in the dugout here at Riverfront Stadium or the Reds are beating the village, 5 to 1. Dave Concepcion with three hits, including a home run. We'll be back to talk with Davy after this I can't be the only one You see Chris and I can't be the only ones that planned the mowing of our yard around the Reds game on the radio, so we can put on our headphones and listen to the mowing and get lost in the mowing, listening to the game. I've told this story before. It is the essence of me with baseball on the radio. When I'm at home, I will drive Kelly crazy because every room I walk into I turn on the game. I'll be listening to it in my office and I'll walk into the kitchen. And I'll turn on the radio in the kitchen while I'm there, and if I have to go upstairs to get something, I'll turn on the radio in the bathroom. Now she will get upset because at times I'll forget to turn those off and there'll be a radio on a neighbor room. I've gone too, because I don't want to miss something about the Reds game. Have told this story before on vacation. One. There's nothing better than a better time killer, then driving across the country are driving on vacation and listening to baseball on the radio, no matter what town no matter what market in the crackle of the radio. We drove 698, Miles me, My dad and Casey to Cooperstown for the Hall of Fame ceremonies. A couple of years ago, It was Junior's induction and we listen to baseball in the way across the country, and just I love that search on the dial through the crackling the station to find the next game. Remember holding my radio up to the window in the condo in South Haven, Michigan to try to turn it Just the right way to lock in the signal to listen to the Reds game, while Kelly and Casey and Peyton were doing something else in probably sleeping. When we grill out, I have the Reds game on And You could always tell When you turned on a game within a few seconds with Marty on the call of how the game was going Tone of his voice. I always always get the biggest kick out of when when Homer was pitching. How it would take like a ball one ball to at the start of the game from Homer Bailey and you can tell party was always already getting heated and on the virtual is here we go. Here we go. I've never felt That. What in all these stories, I've told I have never felt that connection. Listening to football. Or basketball on the radio. I never will. It's not the same. That's a combination of my love for baseball and and kind of the piece of it and growing up listening to Marty and Gio. Winning, losing good, bad rebuilding on top. It's what I do. It's what I always do. This is where you would come in. Perhaps I have hopefully touched a nerve. Taking you back. When it comes to Reds baseball on the radio. And your connection your personal connection to it. 5137491 7800 the big £1 700 on a T and T. We'll run through some calls on that in reaction if you have a story to relate You were nodding your head along with what I was saying. I love this topic, and every year I mark it down on the calendar the week of the All Star game because we've got the freedom of usually four nights to do stuff like this. We don't have a game to break down and analyze and rant and rave about and call for. You know somebody to be bench during the starting lineup or sent back to Triple A The connection of baseball Reds baseball on the radio. To you. Darnell Carrier Sports Talk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. 700 WLW You're my summer. Who's Your Summer Boy? You're surely Bill coming in the Great American fast in the summer sun as we go one on one with the issues you want to talk about the guest you want to hear. And, of course, the last you want to have, let's have some fun this summer. Just like the song says I am your summer boy. Have a Bill Cunningham. He's your summer boy tomorrow at 12 noon on 700 wlw..
"dave concepcion" Discussed on Mo Egger
"Anderson township. Well hell breaking loose behind. But that's fine can you. Can you guess the foot. Joe morgan joe morgan's foot taryn thank you so much for playing guests the foot on. Espn fifteen thirty. You know there are folks who are just tuning in right now Good god more again drew. Can you guess the foot drew. Yeah how is it how morris can foot before. But this is not how morris is foot. We're wide open here. Five one three seven four nine fifteen thirty toll-free works those lines are open eight six six seven two three seven seven six will. Can you guess the foot police say wealth is. Can i get felipe as no. It is not felipe lopez. But thank you for playing guess. The foot on. Espn fifteen thirty can can can you. Can you guess the foot. Eric davis do we have eric. Thank you so much five one. Three seven four nine fifteen. Thirty two tickets to saturday's reds brewers game up for grabs wade miley marvel no hitter poster. Can't beat that kid. We already had ken. This is adam adam. Can you play guests the foot about john case. Can i get a sean casey. No thank you for playing guess. The foot Let's see here bryan bryan. Thank you for for for playing can you. Can you correctly guessed the foot. Louis cast l. Thank you all right. five one three seven four nine fifteen thirty and the contest. Line is open as well. Five one three seven four nine forty five forty five. Study the foot look at it. Maybe ask for help pick somebody you want to go to the game with and say. Hey what do you think you compare. No don't don't just rush into something okay. Don't it's a really good chance. It's not like the first person you think owns this foot. Probably not that person Let's see here Line eight still wringing greg. Can you guess the foot yeah. I'm no podiatrist. But that. looks like eric davidson split to make look. Eric davis davis gas. See now you're gonna make sure it's like when you watch wheel of fortune and somebody already guesses is a letter. That's been guests. come on. that's just another. Greg greg can you. Can you please correctly guessed the foot. Mardi brennaman mardi know 'c no it's not not marty brennaman. How much time do we have here. We have time for one. More right. Phil phil can you guessed foot. A dave concepcion. Oh thank you all right. We do have to do a sports talk show. I have to give some opinions on the reds and the trade deadline and stuff. I do want to talk about this idea that the reds are gonna like if they acquire somebody to help their team that they're going to cripple their franchise for the next five to six years in this idea that all man would you have to give up one hundred green like. There's i gotta be honest with you. I think it's lazy. Take and i am. The king of lazy takes. Plus what would you do if you're nicasio and so much more brennaman and jones on baseball but none of this can happen until somebody correctly guesses the foot and it's killing me that this isn't happened yet. It's four o'clock if you want to play five. Three seven four nine fifteen thirty contest line is five one three seven four nine forty five forty five. It's four o'clock this is espn fifteen thirty. Cincinnati sport station ready for some football. We are this. Is dave laptop and you're listening to the home of the bengals. Espn fifteen thirty five for four. I'm allegra this is. Espn eighteen thirty. Thank you for listening. And hopefully you're having a delightful wednesday. It is a nice being back at work has turned to your knowledge as as piker land or anybody had this ben bolan character on his dude from the boston globe who ranked cincinnati thirtieth out of thirty based on the fan experience thirty thirty. Nfl cities he wrote this thirtieth cincinnati. The ribs montgomery and agree which i concur and you could stay across the river and covington across kentucky off your list of states visited. But there's not much going on downtown cincinnati. The stadium has no tailgating space and bengals games are rarely exciting. Now i have first of all. I have all of the respect in the world for people who are on the beat covering teams all the respect that is not an easy job and the people who are good at it. Provide a great service defense. Ben volunteer very good. nfl writer. But i don't know that somebody like that is qualified to rank cities based on the fan experience because when he goes to a city he's not experiencing the city and the game as a fan. He just doesn't th. There's there's nothing wrong with that. But he's like. I'm qualified good cities and enjoy it as a fan. I never been to foxborough and have no real interesting going. But if i were to go i that would be a fan experience tailgating pre and post game stuff stadium amenities for fans so. I'm not sure this dude is the most qualified to do this. But has he ever left. He's been montgomery. I love huge montgomery and fan. Thirty thousand thirty bengals games are rarely exciting. Actually i gotta be honest with you. As bad as this team has been the last couple of years for the most part. The games themselves have been pretty interesting especially at home. There's not much going on in downtown. Cincinnati that's just false. That's patently false. If you're going to write about staying across the river in covington why don't you mentioned that. There's a lot of stuff to do in covington. The stadium not having a lot of tailgating space. That's true. I mean there's compared to what it because the icon music center and a lot of construction that is taking up what used to be tailgating space. But they're still ample room for tailgating. Longworth hall is not officially a paul brown stadium tailgating lot. But that's the lot to tailgate it and there are still plenty of places if you're visiting fan and you drive and you want to tailgate and let's face it if you're coming from boston. Chances are you're not tailgating. You flew in but if you want to get in cincinnati cam has anybody gotten dude on and like i just want to ask like how many times has he been in cincinnati and he ever left his hotel room to go anywhere besides the montgomery in then internet villain taryn. We have to play guest the foot because nobody can get the damn foot and then we can actually do a sports talk. Radio show five one three seven. Four nine forty-five nobody's guessed yet so it's time for you to try again to guess the foyer. The voice you just heard is a belongs to a guy named dave cuddy who worked here forever and i miss him because on on a on a second's notice he could do get the foot imaging for us. Hope dave is doing well all right. We do have to explain the game. Go to the blog. Espn fifteen thirty dot com. Click on the guest foot link. Look at the picture. Tell us who's foot. You think that is first person correctly. Guessed we've been doing this for twenty minutes now will win. 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News Radio 920 AM
"dave concepcion" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
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Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"dave concepcion" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
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The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"dave concepcion" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Of the food in your fridge with helman's and new york yankees great the pitcher former pitcher tabatha who releasing gray guy like just like chris. I got to know him when i was writing for. Espn new york dot com and really got to know him. He's a huge sports fan. Just i got five hundred pared. Jordan's me like some crazy collection. But no wonder you guys hit it off right but but a thoughtful guy. You know what. I'm just wanted to get that in. He really is He is releasing his autobiography and is entitled till the end and an excerpt of was released to the undefeated and he had a lot of interesting things to say about the racial makeup of major league baseball now which is down to about below below eight percent african american and here he is talking about it. Rago redick syrup. that's right. He said race is boring too much of the time. The game needs to change. And i don't mean using more data to shift guys on the infield. I'm talking about the way people say. Oh he played the game the right way when what they mean is he played the game the white way what they mean is they don't like the flair that black and hispanic guys bring to the field. You can play baseball a long time. Have a lot of fun and make a lot of money but right now this sport is not for us and we know that. If the game doesn't change it's gonna be in trouble and not just with black people That's funny because know as real good stuff funny because the the the best team going or the most exciting team going is what team by now. San diego san diego. What do they do. Do you see what they do in that dugout. They're they're fun they're fun now. There's no doubt and what he's talking about his dad and there's always been that latin players have always been criticized hispanic latin chris for their flare right. You remember the bad flip. Some of the other stuff right. They were mad. They were okay before we go quickly. I don't know if this if you were like this. But when i was growing young kid you know i lived in cincinnati. Obviously the cincinnati reds. Were huge. We used to go to games. I consider like dave concepcion. And tony perez. I consider them black. They weren't there latino. But at that time i considered them now..
The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"dave concepcion" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"By now. San diego san diego. What do they do. Do you see what they do in that dugout. They're fun they're having fun now. There's no doubt and what he's talking about is that and there's always been that. Latin players have always been criticized hispanic. Latin chris for their flare. Right you remember the bad flip. Some of the other stuff right there were they. Were okay before we go quickly. I don't know if this if you were like this. But when i was growing young kid you know i lived in cincinnati. Obviously the cincinnati reds. Were huge we used to go to games. I consider like dave concepcion and tony perez. I consider them black. I know they weren't there latino but at that time i consider them black. Now i know in the in the official demographics they probably were considered latino players right. But i thought of them as black did you when you were. I didn't now. Because i just think it's a cultural thing. It's not just the color of your skin. It's the food you eat what you believe in. Do you know what i mean. It's more than just that. I think people can lump everybody together and just go by skin color. But that doesn't you came lajoie and black right my. I don't think he's black. Not black american. But he's black okay because they're of african descent day. Biceps tony period. But they don't. But i'm saying what i consider black african americans different than african afro-caribbean whatever but that's all right. I'm not saying that they're not. They are black skin but didn't know their beliefs in what they eat in. You know what i mean and what they celebrate. Different holzer right. It's a different culture that that's really what it is but my point is you know the padres like the whole idea of black played. I remember when people criticize ken. Griffey junior 'cause you wars have backwards. I thought i thought when they did a boss or they should've put on ken. Griffey junior would have had on chris. Backwards you know what. I mean like i really did. Yes i really did. Because he was known for that. Do you know what i mean. And they will play. I'll turn your hat around dude. This where's your show your store ups. You know like the old crotchety guys who was still a part of the old guard and things have changed. I i looked the other day. And i saw tat. Tease hit a home run. Twenty seven seventh home run and the way he went around the basis and the handshakes he did to everybody on into the dugout. And when he got there you see that big chain put on all the players. Yeah yeah i mean. It's a big padre. Gold chain that spill around eric be iraqi or not right in the late eighties. Cloud is going by leave but the crowd is going bonkers. i what. Cc saying we need more of that let people be who they are stopped trying to button up everything. It's a game my god everybody's going to have to respond and act the same. We come with different things. Don't we all bring different things to the party. chris. I i totally agree. And then let's keep your real. Obviously there's a ratio element to this. Which i don't want to minimize but bryce harper's has said the same thing right right down to make up on what happens rob and one that he could win. I are on these. I mean heck. We have a national radio show but we also have been on the tv debate shows for nearly twenty years now. We were on cold pizza. Debating with skip bayless. Okay and early..
Red Sox Beat
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"He is dead, isn't in the conversation for best shortstop. He is the best. Shortstop, you don't know if you feel the same way, like forgave, oh. It's a flashier shortstop, but first of all, he's a much worse defensive shortstop much worse, right? And and I used to have this debate in the Press Box at Fenway with somebody who worked for mlb.com, actually, the statcast baseball sauvage. And I said, look, I think Xander Bogaerts is a great hitter. I think he's a good defensive player. I and that was, you know, 2014-2015 wage. I think he's become a great defensive shortstop, and he's really matured. And that's what that's the part of the game of that. I think he worked on the most refined his skills and what not correct me if I'm wrong but that's where I think he's grown really. As a, there's no question, there's no question. And, you know, it's not whatever the analytics show, I will tell you the, the eye test will will suggest that he not only makes the plays, but then every once awhile, he makes the above-average play to me in, in, in Cora had mentioned this, he's the strongest shortstop in baseball, and I think Bush was saying, was a, he's a bigger shortstop, obviously, when we think bigger shortstops, I think Ripken right, Ripton, okay. He was barely moving around in second half of his career. Shouldn't really have been playing dead. Hey, Ron. Obviously the he was too big to save. You know, he needed to move the third, your guide. Barry Larkin. He's a big guy, right? That really, you know, he's six foot long, he play he was a big guy. He's lost weight, he's on the Reds. TV crew here in Cincinnati and he does he actually does a great job. I wanted to get to Jesse Winker and Nick Castellanos office before we conclude but no Barry was He was average sized. Dave Concepcion was bigger than than very large. Yeah, but he was skinnier. Yeah, so, you know, you look at Bogart's, he's 6 to, I think he's listening to 6 to 2:18 a.m. but he's solid, right? And so, I just look at when you were talking to this conversation about the best shortstop, I don't think it's a tell me, who's better, like, you have to tell me who's been off all around? I mean, this would be the only guy that would but he's terrible defensively, right? I I'm not arguing Rob, I'm just playing this game. This is where we are. You sure it's all about production. It's very little, I mean there are metrics on defense. I get that certainly are runs prevented and whatnot, but so much of the game is so I'm pitching numbers, spin rates, and in offense, o p s and slash lines, and that's it. And that's how decisions are made on rosters. Yeah well and then, you know, you know why I mean, because you can lean on a team like Tampa look at Campos baffling to me and and you look at well, why is tax so good and not only could this you're the good every year? Yes, because you have Manuel Margot, you know, six six t o p s or whatever it clean up and and you know you go down the line and you lose Charlie Morton and you lose flakes now and you're still in it and really a big part of it is because of, you know, they're leaving a lot of stuff that you talk about but also this go back to defensive part of it. Like they're really good defensive team, very very so when you don't have the payroll right, role pays primarily for offense and defensive depth. Yes. And and so does that tell you what is almost more important now? And this is and unfortunately, you know what happens is that you have teams saying to their ownership..
Newsradio 700 WLW
"dave concepcion" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"He have had a history and kind of a falling out and you patch things up before Um, before Joe passed away, which was great, But I don't think people understand that There is a somewhat of a contentious relationship always between sports writers, sports broadcasters. And the athletes and teams they covered. It's just It's just been that way really since the seventies, and there's a lot of there's a lot of theories as to why it changed. The New York tabloids. Watergate. I've heard that, but it's It's not. It's a very uneasy relationship. You both kind of need each other, but you don't want to make it seem like you're in bed with each other. There isn't there isn't a writer out there? Worth their salt. That hasn't gotten into it with somebody at some point during his career, right? Oh, no doubt about it. It's my old mentor or a Lawson, who is also in the Hall of Fame and work with Cincinnati Post for years and years. He took me under my under his wing, and one of the first things he told me is Just be careful. They will turn on you at the drop of imaginative and on, and he was absolutely right. You know, I've had the run in with Morgan, which lasted for 30 years until we finally made up which I was very glad it did happen. No way lost Joe not long to go, but I've had it with Johnny bench I've had it was it was several players, but Usually you know you make up right away. You explain your side of the story. The main thing to do is after you're right. Something you show up the next day in the clubhouse. If you've written something negative about somebody, somebody in the Let him have their say of if they have something to say, you know, And then and then drop it. But you know you're right dude to do your job. Can't be a homer, huh? I know Mr. Castellani is not always too happy with me because he thinks I'm too negative. But you know, your friends aren't stupid. They can see what you see. And you You can't sugarcoat it. No friends in this town, especially on stupid on they never have been right comes to when it comes to baseball. I don't run in with it with a guy that played for the Washington Redskins when I was that in D. C all those years ago, and he said that he would refuse. He's refusing Tol talk to me, and I said something I said something about him. He's refused. So I go in the locker room the next day, and the PR guy comes up to me, and he said, I just got to tell you and I can't remember this guy was. It was like the third string defensive and he said, he said he's He said. He's I just want to let you know he's not talking to you today. I said I don't know how I'm going to survive. But okay, and so I did my business and we're leaving. Right? We're leaving. And this guy who wouldn't talk to me runs after May and almost begs me to talk to him because nobody else is gonna look so I had I said, Buddy, we'll try again tomorrow. But not today. I had the same had the same kind of run in once with Dave Concepcion. He got mad at me or something. But I wrote that one up to him the next day, and he said, Mr McCoy, I no more talk to you. Okay. Okay, fine. So we didn't talk for a couple of weeks. Walked by his locker one day and he said, Michael, I I talk to you now. Okay? Fine. When I When I have something to ask you, I will. I will ask you. I kind of ignored him for a week. But then we finally made up and Daisy and I are very good friends now, But you know, it's When you cover team out of two games a year. It's it's gonna happen. What? When I was in Tampa the first couple years I was in Tampa. The football team was just horrific. McKay was the coach and things were working out. And the players issued a boycott. They weren't going to talk to the media. And we were there would be no. Uh, so when they finally lifted the boycott, we go in there. You might remember this guy. He's long since gone, but I liked him very much. His writing. Maybe not so much from time to time. A guy by the name of Hubert myself and yeah, it was time. That's right. The Saint Pete The Saint Pete Times. And so the boycott's lifted and we're in the locker room standing around really doing nothing I guess ready to do our job and one of the one of the players. It might have been Doug Williams, or it might have been Kevin House or one of the offensive guys comes up and says Starts talking to him and Hubert looks at it, he said. I'm sorry, and I talked football players. John McKay under one of my favorite all time quotes when His team was real bad. And after the game, one of the writers asking, What did you think about your team's execution? He said. I'm in favor of it. Oh, man s 0 26 games into the season. Where do we everybody says? Well, wait till Memorial Day I get a feeling this team's gonna be hovering around 500 Come Memorial Day. Is there Is there a seminal moment in Europe in your lifetime that we should look at and say, OK, this team's going to be left in the dust or really is going to be, as you said earlier this year in the mix at the end Yeah, I think it's more around mid season. You know, around the all Star break or so then you're pretty sure pretty sure work team is like is gonna land. So I agree. This team's gonna be around 500 most of the year and Maybe finish a couple games above a couple games below. And you know, you never know what they're gonna do it at midseason. If they're in contention if they're going to make some improvements, or if they're going to dump salary or what so It's really difficult to say where they're going to finish it the end, But, uh as constituted, let's say around 500 around 500, In your opinion. What happens when show go? Akiyama officially returns and is available for everyday use. I mean, they had send zealots second base the other night, so they're at least thinking. Maybe in terms like that. What? What do you anticipate one that outfield gets even more jam than what it is right now. It's gonna be more head scratching from David Bones going to be more lineup differences day by day. He's gonna knowing him. He's going to try to get everybody playing time. So it's gonna be guys in and out of the lineup. There won't be a whole lot of stability. But that's not the way the game is these days. You don't you don't see the same line ups from teams every day. Like you're used to. Now Players are so versatile. They're moved here there and everywhere And you mentioned since l made playing some second base, you're going to see that it's gonna be ah. Something to watch and see how it unfolds. It is always great catching up with your house. Stay well. Okay. We'll talk down the gym,.
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So take me back there as a kid growing up and tell me a little bit about what you saw the cincinnati reds back when you were a kid well when i was a kid it was in the day of the big red machine so everyone in cincinnati growing up in cincinnati wanted to be a member of that team that was just a tremendous amount of pride in cincinnati and there was a top going around about how sandlot baseball how growing up in cincinnati automatically gave us edge. Because we had such a good team On the field professionally and i think a lot of kids really bought into that and a lot of coaches really bought into that. So i think our little league or are young amateur league Baseball teams were really strong. We did really well. We've got a lot of good coaching. A lot of intensive coaching some of the members of the teams are part of the community and We could really identify with those players. So i grew up in cincinnati wanting to be a member of the big red machine with the willingness and understanding that if indeed was able to to be part of that i was gonna also have the responsibility of getting back much like those guys when i was a kid. Joe morgan is a friend of mine. And we've had a chance to talk over the years about what it was like in cincinnati with the big red machine and sparky anderson dave concepcion and johnny bench. All of those types of players. And i came away from listening to joe morgan that there was something collectively about those guys about not only the way they played the game but the way they felt about each other the whole demeanor of the cincinnati reds. During that. ara. Can you help me put my finger on what that demeanor was that image was of the reds. I thought it was. It was certainly something special. You mentioned earlier about Them being members of the of the community. I thought that as a player. But when i got a chance to actually Be part of the organization Those veteran players really reached out to me. I was a twenty two year old kid from cincinnati and Trying to take david concepcion job at the time and those guys really welcome to me Specifically davey davey really welcome in. Cincinnati helped me with my baseball on the field. Helped me off the field At the time. I was just beginning to learn how to speak spanish. He took me in his family. And it really helped. Try to teach me The language and the culture He really meant toward me as well. it Tony perez got so many So many life lessons from guys on that team just because they were good people and they played the game. The right way i remember Another mentor of mine but he built third baseman. Gave me so many different things to think about mentally you know as well as physically but this was a collective group of really good guys and guys that play the game the right way and You know i mark. That team is a team of Conscious socially responsible players they gave back and Growing up and seeing that and then becoming a member of that team You know that was just a tremendous honor you dr archbishop moeller high school in cincinnati for anybody that knows anything about sports that is a high school in cincinnati that turned out some great football talent and i know that in ohio they like to keep their athletes at home no matter what the sport is so how did bury larkin. Ever get out of the state of ohio and end up at the university of michigan. Well pretty simple. I did not get recruited by ohio state. So that was. That was one reason why i never made the stop in columbus Matter of fact another friend of mine who was a player of the year He was from worthington. Ohio casey close. Who is there eater and my agent now but he growing up in worthington. Ohio not get recruited by ohio state. Either he and. I were college roommates at the university of michigan so whenever we did come south of the border and Play ohio state. we had a little extra incentive to do well. We did do well against them. But you know you're right People in cincinnati and people in ohio are very proud of their own and one keep them in the house and people could not understand. Why in the world i would go To the dark side up north rented a dark side. Because i didn't recruit meal. I might point out that they have retired. Your number number. Sixteen up there. And how long did you.
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"In time? April 4th 1974 you heard from the Vice President Gerald Ford and Bowie Kuhn. Milo Hamilton, the Hall of Fame broadcaster on the call. Reds won that day 7 to 6 in front of 52,154. That was a Thursday afternoon in his murder reference. The Braves ownership said it intended to keep Aaron Out of the lineup for the three game Syriza and Cincinnati so we'd have a chance to break to tie and break the record when they went back home to open up the season in Atlanta, But Kun told the Braves he expected them to play Aaron at least two of the three games in Cincinnati, and he was citing the integrity of the game. Remember the Reds grounds crew retrieved the baseball from a police officer presented it to Hank Aaron. Later in the game, Aaron came to the plate three more Ah, three more times. He was retired twice, and he walked once, so three more at bats in that game with a chance to break the record. He was not in the starting lineup for the second game against the Reds. He did play in the third game after Bowie Kuhn had threatened penalties if the Braves held him out. Dave Concepcion homer that day for the Reds. Tony Perez homered that day, Clay Carroll got the win. A 35 year old Phil Niekro pitched in relief for the Braves that day. Pete started in left Dan Greece and started the third. Riddle me this who was the Reds Opening day center fielder that year 1974 on that day. Merv Rettenmund opened in center field that day, Dusty Baker had a hit and run for the Braves. That day. Davey Johnson had a double by the way, thoughts and prayers to Davey Johnson, the former Reds manager. Reports are tonight He is in a Florida hospital battling Covad Davis 77 years old former manager the Reds 93 to 95. The home plate umpire. That day 1974 was Ed Vargo and I noticed the second base umpire with John McSherry about that. There you go. Let's take some calls. 5137491 7800 the big £1.700 on a TNT in the next segment, I'm gonna give you Vin Scully's call of the record breaking home run. That occurred in Atlanta against the Dodgers, But we had here in Lebanon. Lee Welcome to sports talk. The Atlanta area. I'm well, thanks for calling. Hey, I wanted to share I was actually at that game, 1974. My dad took me to the game. I was eight years old. But I have something I think the little unique we all know that. That was Marty's first game that he called So fast forward 45 years later, and I took my dad to Marty asking. Oh, man, the Harris standing up on my arms. That is awesome. You don't have to think that that would be a little unique, right? Not right. A drains. Yes, her father son to be the his first and also is like I love that. That's a great story A late enjoy a weekend, buddy. Losing a little bit good to hear from you. How about college Hill? And this is Barbara on 700 wlw. Hi, Barbara. Hi. I was at that game and 1974 words. Yes, I wa so I was at that game. I heard that bad the past. And of course, I had a transistor radio with me. So I heard Barty Cloud with the same time and also wasn't mentioned. Uh, I'm laughing because they had a streaker in that bad part. No, Yes, way 24 Year old man. Hey, where we're so much racket, uh, about that, you know that all the time I wondered up one of my sight of friends who was with me. Then tell me right away What was happening, and Because I heard Compass. Sudden commotion. I wasn't expecting to hear. And then Marty talked about it. Barbara, if I can ask, Did the streaker run on the field during the celebration after the home runner was this later in the game? I think player in the game, all right. Wow. I'd never heard that story. But he I believe security escorted him out. That is excellent. That's a great story, Barbara. Thank you. All right. Have a great night love that additional A nation never heard that. Here's what he may have many things that amaze me about Hank Aaron's career 23 seasons. He was an all star for 21 straight years. The only time he wasn't an All star was his first year in his last year. Here's Here's a great trivia note as well. He played 23 years. He made 25 All Star teams because for a period of time they played two All Star games. Hank made 25 All Star games in 23 seasons. Hayward, the number 44 he hit exactly 44 home runs four different times. Here's the other thing that stood. I looked up. He was listed at 6 Ft. £180. And you wouldn't think just saying that that that would be the body type of the the I'll call on the all time home run later, but man, the quick wrist legendary quick wrist. In fact, when I think of that, I think of Hank Aaron. I think of Um George Foster. I think of Eric Davis in terms of quick wrist and guys who were pointed out as the just how quick the reflexes were assault today. Hey, care and hit 3 62 against Sandy Cove fax. 117 and bats. He hit 3 62. He had 3 42 against Steve Carlton. He hit 2 15 against Bob Gibson, but he had eight home runs off of Gibson. That's the most home runs that Gibson allowed to any right handed hitter, according to the note. I saw Another staggering stat. If you take away all of Hank Aaron's home runs, he still had over 3000 hits. Let me repeat that. That's how good he was. Take away all the home runs. Still over 3000 hits. It's like a Gretzky stat. Take away all Gretzky's goals and he still is the all time leader in points in NHL history because of the assist never went on the DL. Scored at least 100 runs in 13 straight seasons. He had two seasons. Now think of this 755 home runs. He had two years where he had at least 200 hits. He led the league both times. He stole 240 bases in his career. His career high was 31. Here is the one that I just have such an appreciation for.