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"david cone" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Our you g. it's a feel good friday man. Thank god for the yankees because They gave us something to feel good about man that was boom boom and boom. And how about you man. Aaron judge starting to solidify himself. Now that's what they'd like to be called a true yankee. Oh come into tree yard. He's been a true yankee for sure. But man. this season has been on fire. And i say this. I want to give credit where credit is due listening to paul o'neil and And david cone last night talking about corey kluber and setting up pitches and pitching you know certain ways to like the oscar hernandez and stuff. I i thought it was great television. Otherwise absolutely great television. Those guys did a great job. And david from the pitcher's perspective paul from the hitter's perspective and always give the kudos to keith. And ronnie i just haven't been watching them care right. Yeah i don't And i'm sure they're doing still doing a good job and doing probably very entertaining but last night. There breakdown of the way corey kluber was pitching. I thought it was just. I thought it was spot on. It was great..
"david cone" Discussed on KCRW
"A second album. Chicago based rapper David Cone, who goes by the name Sarah in Getty and L. A based singer and songwriter Jenny Lewis wound up collaborating for the first time at a music festival A few years ago, Cone reached out to Louis for some music. He could wrap over before the pandemic hit, but she didn't get back to him until she had some time on her hands. Months later in my text, one of these am are fuzzy text. I get the song Dave and I have different kinds of phones. I'm on an iPhone and so sending Dave a file is challenging. Cone has an android so yet, like goes through the filter, and then by the time it gets to him, it's even like lower fi. Then when I sent it from my phone, which I made all of the music on my iPhone. Never once did I work on a computer. They did all of their collaboration on cell phones. Hello. I'll wait for you. Become e would write the hook and create the track and then he would send within 24 hours. Just so much poetry. Barefoot in quietly brushed their teeth and open girl simply put on impossible dreams. You talk to me, but you think it's scarlet. They send the tracks to a friend in Minneapolis to mix them down and have finished seven songs. So far, Lewis says. This year has been the biggest break from the road she has had since she was a kid and says it really allowed her to work on something she might not have done otherwise, and because of the circumstances and because I connected so deeply with it. It was all I cared about, and.
"david cone" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Already working on a second album. Chicago based rapper David Cone, who goes by the name Sarah Ann Getty, and L. A based singer and songwriter Jenny Lewis wound up collaborating for the first time at a music festival A few years ago, Cone reached out to Louis for some music. He could wrap over before the pandemic hit, but she didn't get back to him until she had some time on her hands. Months later in my text, one of these am are fuzzy text. I get the song Dave and I have different kinds of phones. I'm on an iPhone and so sending Dave of file is challenging. Cone has an android. So yeah, like goes through the filter, and then by the time it gets to him, it's even like lower fi. Then when I sent it from my phone, which I made all of the music on my iPhone. Never once did I work on a computer. They did all of their collaboration on cell phones. Way full here, become e would write the hook and create the track And then he would send within 24 hours and just so much poetry. Barefoot in quietly brushed their teeth and I'm open gown simply put on impossible dreams. You talk to me, but you think it's scarlet. They send the tracks to a friend in Minneapolis to mix them down and have finished seven songs. So far, Lewis says. This year has been the biggest break from the road she has had since she was a kid and says it really allowed her to work on something she might not have done otherwise, and because of the circumstances and because I connected so deeply with it. It was all I cared.
"david cone" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"It's incredible that Bernie made up plays a role in all this, so the Mets saw it this way. Well, if the Wilpons put five point 1,000,000 into that, made off account in 2000 got a conservative By Bernie Madoff Standards 10% annual return by 2011. When they would have to pay beneath. For the first time, they would have grown the pot to 16 million. Even paying off money every year, they would wind up with a $49 million profit on the deal. Of course, the Bernie Madoff returns were not really complicates a little bit of the complicates a little bit. Oh, my God, the Mets, the proud Mets, even one like It's funny because they've had, you know, 69 86 they made it in 2000. But even now, I like you just say the Mets and you think punchline. Write a little siesta? No. 62 Yeah, they're around. They hang around. You know, hopes was that when there are a great catch, Actually, Marcus and I were watching yesterday I was trying to remind him of it. He didn't remember. It was the nd. Chavez robbed home run and the doubles off a runner at first base to keep the game 11 in like the Seventh or the eighth. I was a hell of a game. Jeff Soup on on the hill for the Cardinals. Yeah, David Axe. Don can't stand like that shows up first role in 1/3 Edmonds and center they might add, like J D drew. They were good. Another great Siri's. The Mets were involved, and now they lost the Siri's, but it was a seven games and the all the games were warm or street fights was the 88 NLCS. When the remember that serious work because the Mets were still pretty Intel I was that was one of the first times I ever had great seats in my life. My buddy's friend at a Hollywood connection And we sat in the suite level at Dodger Stadium behind home plate. Would David Cone David Cone versus I'm gonna look it up Whatever game Kohn pitched again, probably pitches ass off because that was a really good team. When I was a Mets fan that day, I'll tell you that. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah. Went again. I was pulling Elaine Venice. I was the guest of some Hollywood executives root for the Mets. That was really good. Serious? Yeah. A died. I was a seven game series. Yeah, seven Game series. And that was when her size. It was out of his tree. He was he want Game seven. I remember that her Shazzer one game seven. And this isn't Remember, couldn't lost a game at Shea, which was like a one he lost like I think you pitched nine that night and took an l like a one. Nothing loss. I went to game six that the Mets won to stave off elimination. There They go to the one they won at Dodger Stadium. David Cone, by the way went he went price distance, Molly. There you go See the distance? Yes, yes. Sorry. Every Ivy League executive today. David Cohen once pitched nine innings his you went the distance. And what was the score of 5 to 1? That's won that game, and I was happy. You know what? Deep that game Kevin McReynolds? I do remember that you have victim Larry? Yeah, Yeah. Yes, I hear the gear. The game's Mets win Game 132 Mets win. No Mets lose game Teo in L, A 63 Where's the good In game? There was the one The problem was Game seven was a shot. I had to be her size or was it her game? Shutout games complete Game shutout Coach Are you aware of 88 her Sizer? Three innings pitched street the scoreless in that and his postseason. I didn't I mean, I just know about the and he went on a tear about sure he was the Mormon. He was the Mormon or, as they like to call him the Mormon Bumgarner. She wass his 88 to be honest is 88. October was was, I think even better, Wass and he worked, You know. He won 23 games in 88. 23 he had the scoreless streak in frickin Lasorda called him pulled out as my bulldog bulldog. He was They caught him on like Lasorda was like shouting in his face on a slow motion like bulldog, and it was like a big gift before a gift was a gift. It was a big replay and TV You're my bulldog. There. Lucky guy is us anyway, I'll give you his postseason 88 coats. It was Crazy. Jerry Seinfeld was a wild wild stuff. You gotta look at that. You've got to look again, and we're going deep into the 88 NLCS, But look at the box score game one Hirsch, Isar, Dwight Gooden. This is a crazy game right here. Do you have enough Marine Omer? Ah, don't got the Giants took a to nothing lead into the Knight and the Mets scored three runs on the road in the ninth and won That game was crazy back off of my claim about better than Bumgarner because he actually gave up in in the complete game. He pitched the winner in Oakland 5 to 2, but but gave up two runs in nine innings. So I'm gonna have to call him out on that one. So he pitched 18 innings of two run ball in the world. Siri's coves, actually, no, I'm sorry. Yeah, and then and then nine innings shut up on Game seven. So he went from Game seven shutout to a game to shut out to a complete game clincher. That's what I did pretty bad ass. Yeah, it was pretty bad. It wass in on in terms of rest, he went 12 16 24 days rest forties rest for days. There's no get bumped up to the edge. We'll give her the edge for coming out of the pen on How many days cops two days rest until he pitched Game five. And then he was back in Game sub saying So. It's Game five was a Sunday and Monday travel day. Game six was Tuesday and then gave it was Wednesday, Right? Yeah. I think. Do we do that on a wet sounds right? Yeah. Uh, Was it a Wednesday We saw Brandon Crawford pushing a stroller fall of the greatest. He calmed me down with that stroller. 2014 Polly and I get morning against seven story. So you were there with your dad, right? But you gotta wear the thing on the East Coast. You gotta wait all night for these games. Yeah, Pauline, I goto lunch. We'll go to lunch and can't that we're staying in this Giants Team hotel right in the country Club Plaza area. Just really nice blue fountains. Such a nice town and you and you're walking away, but we were coming back and it was still one in the afternoon. I would have thought maybe he should have been on the bus to the game. But Out walk. Brandon Crawford, his wife, and he was pushing a stroller was young baby. He's okay, guys. Whats up? And he was like, possibly chill like Graham crackers is out for a walk with the stroller on the morning of Game seven hooligans that Pauly said That was good particles way. Good party because I would have been in my room icing around nervously. Yeah, well later that night, he was going to take part in one of the greatest double plays in World Series history. I'm not even say one of the greatest. I'm gonna say the greatest. Okay, Let's call it the greatest All right. Go for. Did you watch Game seven of the 2014 Syria. No joke. I was on a shift at Boulevard restaurant that night, and I was supposed to be a dude. I was supposed to be a host..
"david cone" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"There we go to the top the second it'll be Posada Alex who said not just the numbers but when he's accomplished those numbers he said big hits from the seventh through the eleventh in the playoffs almost every hit has been a big hit Alex comes in eighteen for fifteen with six homers and eighteen RBIs fourteen games eighteen hits eighteen rupees six homers and Pedro deals blow inside the they they clock that fans was a sinking vessel personal loan in the clock that eighty four for the exam to try anyway to stay back the inside that counts one thing changer sooner or later he's going to throw your breaking ball you almost want to reverse what it is normally do you'll be able to make contact with the fastball I think there's a two low outside No Way Sunday swings at the three you know perjury Pedro Alex for a long here is the three oh hi I'm all for so one thing I didn't even look up the numbers to on base percentage in the playoffs however is one of those guys that hitters he's been able to do that I don't know if he still can but those features were close he wasn't trying to walk him intentionally but a lot of pictures that are great like to think you know I'll give you a nasty pitch every swing satisfied if he doesn't know what the next guy newsman suing major holes a set and deals right hello David cone has said there are good walks is David would do that he would walk and pitch around someone A. rod lease welcome intentionally either but they were the **** is bigger holes a set and deals this is about twenty rows back five seven three down the right field line and that just came right over the middle of the plate and he was just a little two weeks and being so anxious and just just another strike going to miss it we get that we'll see that bridge again released on this sequence to hi fastball does anybody ride if he was going to hit it have to be a nasty she was going to throw him a strike I have a right handed out so we had to push around around one two Jackie is twelve for thirty nine in the playoffs three homers and seven RBIs and having to be a pinch hitter in Philly didn't stop the ones who outside the two choices at a home on a single late innings and gold big hits and he was nonchalant about that saying that that was my job my job was to be a pinch hitter so once I got used.
Carole Joffe: Author of "Obstacle Course: The Everyday Struggle to Get an Abortion in America"
"I'm Jim Taylor. Skinner in this is the electorate on this episode. I have a conversation with professor reproductive. Rights Advocate Carol. Joffe about her new book. Obstacle course the everyday struggle to get an abortion in America. We opened our conversation by discussing. How legislation has failed to protect access to abortion because it overlooks the everyday obstacles. That make it nearly impossible from any women to obtain an abortion legislatively. I confess to being very cynical. I seriously I don't think that even I mean. Look the country's deeply deeply divided about abortion those who are pro choice. See these restrictions as inhibiting often in a very cruel way women's ability to get an abortion. Those who are against abortion say. Yeah that's the point. We we are putting these things in precisely so we don't believe in abortion so therefore These restrictions are good because they make it harder to get an abortion. They they make it easier to close down clinics so all is to say that. I'm I mean in terms of the legislative process I don't think that anything we say in our book will sway. Those who who are opposed to abortion could put an antiabortion restrictions. What my co author David Cone and I are hoping is that those who are pro-choice but do not do abortion work or study or advocacy twenty four seven like many of the People. We discuss in our book. will come to understand how onerous restrictions are and hopefully will will move to remove those legislators out of office so who who are doing this as people who are pro choice when. I look for someone to vote into office right just to put. It simply feels like this people when they speak to us and you know. They're saying vote for me when they talk about abortion they talk about Roe v Wade and it doesn't spread from there they don't really talk about all of the little restrictions that have gone into place which makes exercising your right to an abortion nearly impossible for a lot of women. I mean legislatively one of the things that you point out in the book is that you know Central v Wade past have been about what to- hundred restrictions by now probably probably more like thirteen hundred? Yeah I feel like none of our politicians are really focusing on those. Are you know they have a blind spot? They're only looking at Roe v Wade. We have the protective weighed. Yes no if certainly make sense and and You know what I would say in response to that is of course. It's important to protect Roe. V Wade and there's a lot to be very nervous about at this very moment about row but what researching and writing this book show to me. Is that many women already live in post real world. In other words if roe is overturned what presumably will happen is it will be turned back to the states. That means they'll be a lot of traveling from what we now. Call hostile states to quote haven states. But that's already happening. I mean one thing that really surprised me and I've studied abortion more than thirty five years. one thing. That really surprised me was just extent of the travel of efforts at took to just get to a clinic for so many women. The really important thing about your book when I was reading it. You outline the stories of a lot of women. I think the first person you highlight is a fifteen year old teenager right and her parents were kind of in and out of the picture. And when you think about the fact that in some states you have to have parental consent right and you think about the thousands of dollars at it takes to get an abortion and this particular person ended up in one of those e call fake clinic. What do they call them? A clinic crisis pregnancy center. You just talk us through that scenario of what that might have been like for her fifteen year old teenager while she was a extrordinary. We did not interview her personally. We we found her story she had written it up So I can't speak to her personally but she. She had extraordinary. Extraordinarily determination was like for her to go to the center. She lives in the state where she had to make a separate trip to the clinic. Twenty four hours before the abortion. She got to the clinic. She realized something was wrong. It was a fake clinic. These crisis pregnancy centers and there's thousands of them there. There are more crisis. Pregnancy centers in the United States. Now than there are abortion providing facilities and in a number of states. They get they get public funding. You know one of the most of the many things in this world to be enraged about one of the most enraging things is for example in the state of Texas. Money is taken away from family planning centres not even abortion. I mean you may be sure does not give money to abortion clinics but to family planning programs contraceptive programs and gives them to these religiously sponsored crisis pregnancy centers that outright. Lie To women they either tell them they're ultrasound is so far along that Can't pass get an abortion? Or sometimes they tell them they're ultrasound shows actually earlier stage in pregnancy than they actually are so these women won't rush and by the time they get to a clinic They'll be too late. Another feature of them is that they have been very aggressive about buying property. Is nearest possible to legitimate abortion facilities and it's often very very confusing to patients. I mean this this case that we talked about in the book we call her Collier. It's very common especially for example in in a case that we do discuss the park crisis. Pregnancy center had a parking lot right next to a clinic. People from the fake clinic would stand outside would wave women in who of course stopped that they were being waived into the real clinic. So yeah this is one of many many problems that women face when they try to get an abortion. When I read this story I I. It was just incredible to me. I was so angry. And just the Paul the links go to to to to lie to women and you know into teenagers who are going through something. That's really really hard. So and in that case with Talia this clinic you can remind me or tell me if I'm correct or not. This clinic was right next door very close to it and it looked very much like the real clinic and the name was very similar. That's right and when you go into these places they're they're you know they're wearing lab coats and make you think that their doctors that's right and just it's just unfathomable to me the link to go through none of the I think you hit the right word on the head. It's unfathomable that these fake clinics Goto but it also Jennifer I would also say it's unfathomable the lengths women not just teenagers but women in general have to go through to get their abortions and they do. Yeah they do right. That gets to one of my next questions do we do. We have any data on. The percentage is the percentage of cases where obstacles collectively were. They've been successful right in a woman knocking abortion we done. That's a great question. We don't have good data on specifically women who were dissuaded or allied to at a crisis pregnancy center. My colleagues here at UCSF in the answer program have come up with a estimate that about four thousand women a year Who Show up at clinics are turned away because they arrived too late in in just station. Your listeners should understand that all abortion facilities are not uniform some go only through the first trimester of pregnancy some go to eighteen weeks Some states a number of states have banned abortions after twenty weeks there's only three or four clinics and the United States that will perform abortions after twenty four weeks and that's usually for Fetal anomalies or the woman herself is is very ill. I mean those are not the only people who get abortions there. But that's the bulk of the cases so It's a very cruel vicious cycle Europe. Poor woman you find out you're pregnant you try you look around you. Try to find a clinic. You make an appointment you try to find someone who will drive you there. You try to arrange childcare for your children. Sixty percent of abortion patients are our parents You arrange to take time off from work so all you have to put all these things into place. What we found out is simply getting a getting a reliable ride to a clinic if you don't have your own car or even if you do some clinics a use sedation which means you are not able to drive yourself home afterwards. Anyway but the time you get all these pieces in place and you show up to the clinic you may be past that clinics limit
"david cone" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Know obviously a very intelligent intelligent man but you know from attaching standpoint from the he was a challenge to catch in the fact that I tried to get in that head of his you know that Stanford brain that that that would think at a higher level and you're trying to call the game with them words probably one of the greatest challenges that had mentally and you know not not only that but also the way he changed our main goals and and how creative he was out in the mail I'm glad he's getting his due today because it is a part on on time in a very tough division and you know that that game two thousand three game seven that you're talking about he was a huge part of that when giving us a chance and get back into it he and David cone will for the catcher what a challenge because basically these guys are throwing what amounts to twenty eight pitches they've got they've got I kinda arsenal because it's not just the page it's the angle from which the pitch is being delivered well you're right and why just chuckled a little bit because I go back to a game at Fenway Park where I was catching Mike and he had nothing in this game you know when he would grow fastball curveball ginger up then you know different arm angles and he gave up three runs I think and are still winning that game and called me up to the mountains and rain Hey if you if you put down the Holcomb orange it's going to be a split finger fastball and I said Mike you don't throw split finger fastball and he said I do tonight and he your fastball for the next warning for thank you gave us six innings that night only gave up three runs given up early and I I thought that spoke to the brilliance unlikely scene is that you know whether I have my good stock or I I didn't have anything I'm gonna find a way to get you deep into the ball game it and he talk about it that it was his responsibility no matter what kind of stuff he had that he had to go deep into games I always go back to that night at some weight park where he invented a split finger fastball on the fly to give us six ending well what a fantastic talent he was on the mound John thanks so much for being with me do it reminisce about these two great pitchers really preshow it's my pleasure thank you right into a ceremony that will serve yes you will John Flaherty whose work we enjoy on the yes network so happy to have you with me on it Randall's talking baseball and so happy to have the legendary John Mingo who will now deliver this twenty twenty what a season the.
What envoy's downfall tells us about UK-US relations
"We're looking at the crisis. In Anglo American relations following the resignation of Britain's ambassador to Washington Kim Derek who'd been denounced by the the American President Donald Trump as a pompous fool amongst other things joining me on the line from Washington D._C.. Is Our U._S.. National Editor Edward Loose and here in the studio is Jeff Dyer who was Washington correspondent for many years ed first of all. I was just reading an article which would say this is a low point in U._S. U._k.. Relations one of the lowest ready in the postwar period. We're in the midst of the events but do you think that sounds like a feathered. Yeah I mean I wouldn't put it on this guy that suicide nineteen fifty six and of course one or as Johnson comes prime minister seeming he does become prime minister will at least band sort of temporary revival of warm legs between from Britain's prime minister because he's a backer of jokes has been openly scathing Theresa May yes. It's unprecedented to have a president chase a British ambassador out of town like this. It's caused the shots here and I think the fact that the rest of Washington other than the president and some of the henchman around and is shocked you know as everybody else shows there is probably still quite a deep underlying strength of a bias there and we'll to feeding towards Britain yeah just give us a sense of that that unto recap for those who haven't followed. The story what happened was that succumbs diplomatic cables private diplomatic cables were leaked. They said some fanny unflattering things about the trump administration but then the president went ballistic when you say there is <hes> shock in Washington. There is a census there the president trump has overstepped him up because he oversteps all day doesn't he he does I think most people in Washington have been entertained the British residence many times that a web because they see who else is there at the parties and receptions and so forth but the the trump administration senior officials including jared Ivanka John Bolton during the station's defending off at enforce as well and that the idea that for that can dr is some kind of each state anti-trump A._M.. He's not being a neutral diplomat is seen as complete nonsense and have been sort of multi by most people in Washington so I think there's a great deal of sympathy bath. They know that Matt Trump many times when trump tweets out but he's never have a matching that that's false. I think they feel it's a different scale when it's done to a close allies when trump is knifing domestic plan. There's there's a sort of level of embarrassed but in a way quite reassuring well just but of course it comes at a time mm-hmm of great uncertainty British politics and some might think that the Khuda grass for Kim Derek came when in a leadership debate Boris Johnson who's likely to be the next prime minister quite noticeably refused to back him exactly I think rather than a crisis anglo-american relationship this demonstrates that just had diminished politics in both of our countries are at the moment I mean the overwhelming impression of this is the crushing smallness of Donald Trump as president. Here's the man who's the most powerful politician in the world old and chargers powerful military in the world these unable to see his office except through the prism of personal slights and through his bruised ego the revelations in these leaked cables was Kim dire talking about the insecurity of the trump administration and there's no greater demonstration. Demonstration that insecurity in the way the president this week but also British poltics comes out of this episode look incredibly small and diminished and Boris Johnson's behavioral that debate was the biggest example of that where by not defending the British ambassador who did nothing other than what his job is supposed to do. He has let himself and let the country be pushed around be bullied and have its foreign policy shaped by another country striking example of just how or strengthen brexit ears think this is about standing up for Britain taking control how the force of events events is actually giving his ever less control over what is trying to do and in a sense. This is not an isolated incident. It's particularly shocking because it's the United States but in past year and a bit you've had the Russians murdering people on the streets of Britain. You've had the Chinese he's telling the British to get back in their box Hong Kong and over hallway. You have very poor relations with the E._U.. Because of Brexit it does feel as if somehow the rest of the world is sensing that now's the time you can push Britain around that is the impression that ah that's a a very bad situation for post brexit. The new governor Boris Johnson if he does manage to leave the Tober thirty-first as first thing he wants to do is to revive the anglo-american relationship provide the special relationship of the call it and push for a very strong free trade deal between the U._K.. And the U._S. but the dynamic we've seen here is that actually the use is quite happy. President trump is quite happy to slap burden around. He has no particular attachment to any of these old relationships these old alliances and Britain enters. There's into these negotiations and a very very weak position where it's desperate to have a free trade deal with America and we have a very protectionist America first president who's very keen to drive the hardest possible bargain they can and to squeeze and is that that's exactly what you expect will occur if when these much-vaunted trade talks start gather Liam Fox the Brits Trade Secretary was actually in Washington this week yes and came you know decided not to accompany already Ma'am this invited to a steak dinner for the America. Her and getting accompanied them folks to see if I could trump the president's daughter this new columnist or even I'm serious. I'm not that I know who thinks that a trade deal between the U._K.. And the U._S. is a practical aspect of the next couple of years the the MOMS that the trump administration would happen the these are being fairly well fleshed out already would just be politically unpalatable any British prime minister whoever that may be would be unsuitable to the British and that is even presupposing it could to get through Congress. If there's no deal brexit on October thirty first and Democrats kind of representatives would lock any trade deal that resulted from it on the grounds that it would wreck the Irish Good Friday Agreement and you've got a lot of prominent Irish Americans in Congress Shooting Ritchie Neil Chairman of the ways and Means Committee which is the key one for trade deal who said if Good Friday goes up there will be no trade deal so the prospects by medically and economically for U._S. U._K.. tracheal of very very snip and just reverting briefly to this question of the behavior of ambassadors. It's quite striking isn't that actually a lot of Mr. Trump's ambassadors have been much more openly in violation of normal diplomatic norms than Kim dark it was the ambassador in in Germany has more or less openly quartered far-right forces in Europe. Yeah I mean that's the great irony of this woody Johnson in London Rick Grenell Gordon Something Brussels. These people have been agitating against the host governments with the one great exception. If David Cone Beam in Hungary it was blatantly over the pro or back Kim different actually breach any rules these lose that were breached with to leak confidential classified cables to the Daily Mail what he said in those cables with pretty mild in comparison to what American ambassadors didn't cables whatever the well about their government when the wikileaks Chelsea Manning dump my cut several years ago so Kim down actually. Actually hasn't broken any rules or even at anything particularly strong in confidence as you say. There's a great irony and Jeff. I mean presumably we can take on trust the idea that it's going to be slow going on a U._S. U._K.. Trade deal but Boris Johnson and will seek to align himself much more closely with trump administration what areas might he do that in China's and obvious one the trump administration is trying to push much more aggressive posture against China particularly technology so that's one in particular area but I mean ultimately if bortles not become prime minister will all come down to the first few months and whether he can get some sort of breaks deal everything is going to be focused around these first few weeks or months and the brexit negotiations. I think a lot of stuff will be secondary and so the question Asian is can he somehow go to Brussels and come back with some sort of compromise not withdrawal agreement but maybe in the political declaration that attached to the Dole agreement that he can sell as a compromise from Brussels and push a deal through parliament so so while he will make some gestures and some areas I think towards the U._S.. Really everything will be dominated around the the brexit deal and how he tries to push through parliament and ED. I mean this pops to begin to wind up in striking isn't it however the trump administration in some senses has made itself player in the brexit talks trump's stream of abusive tweets included criticism of Theresa May for not delivering Brexit ignoring trump's advice on how to handle the negotiations and one gets the sense is that the trump administration would see quite relish kind of violent rupture between the U._k. and the E._U.. I think that's absolutely right. It's not just trump you see e you as a geopolitical rival as before is John Bolton John Bolton Overseas Germany is the e U and he's being very openly scathing about Germany so it's across the trump administration might compare sectors stay gave a really sort of markedly anti e._U.. Speech in Brussels late last year. There is an undisguised as to see the E._U.. break-up fail for many reasons both and has his own reasons to do with week international organizations and spend much on defense trump thinks that this sort of towel to rip the Pulse America in terms of trade and of course all kinds of people around him who are strong ideological supporters of the likes of Dick to Obam Montana Salvini and Nigel for <hes> so I think this is over time into the trump administration hates the E._U.. And last point than you mentioned Nigel Garage Alec Task Both of you were speculating but it will now as as matter a great deal who Britain appoints as the next ambassador to Washington will it be a standard issue diplomat or will Boris Johnson insist on putting in a political appointee who can suck up to the trump administration more effectively. Somebody like Nigel Ferraz de think it's possible that figure like for our Gopher Jeff I mean publicly Boris Johnson campaign have ruled out some unlike garage but you can can imagine them having conversations amongst themselves whereby the Conservative Party actually faces a very very strong threat from the brakes of Party ferocious party which is essentially a one man band all revolves around the personality and character of Nigel Farage as you can imagine some of his advisers may be tossing around the idea of what we sent him to Washington that actually just spikes the bricks at party that really leaves the way open for Boris Johnson government to dominate the right of British politics but having said that if you weren't actually that he would really because so much ill will among civil service amongst the bureaucracy amongst other people in the Conservative Party. He'll be seemed to be selling out in such a way to more far-right position that I don't think even he would go that far ED. What's your view and I think that's probably right Farraj of course for the same reason I would be to send for charities from my statistical getting rid of her rival point of view Farraj will be dumb to accept it but Farraj loves being in this town? He loves frequenting the trump international. He loves himself.
"david cone" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Games AL as raise edge the angel six to five remain half a game back of the Yanks Red Sox perked up in Baltimore this weekend. And eight six extra inning wind today. They've won five at a row, Sunday night baseball dodgers cubs started to in the six Cody Bellinger. Twenty-third home run, and the US women's soccer team, shutdown Chile three nil in the World Cup. They've clinched a spot in the round of sixteen. Join David Cone, and his Yankees friends all star band at the perfect celebration in New York City on Wednesday June nineteenth to benefit David Cone foundation special appearance by Paul, Simon tickets and details at cones zone dot com. Seventy four degrees, mostly cloudy in central park. And that's what's happening. Not Pete McCarthy. Twenty twenty sports WFAN sports radio one one nine FM, sports radio sixty six your flagship station for New York sports. Listen to WFAN anytime, anywhere. Download the radio dot com app and favored us today. And if you have Alexa or Google just say, play WFAN, and you'll be locked into the fan. Chris more. Nine. Sixty six. Okay. Final hour of the radio get together on this Sunday night. Father's Day, hope all is well we've got mad Casey on the other side of the glass along with Adrian Huffman. We have Mr. term on the line. We do. So we'll get the head momentarily on this Sunday night. We'll take your calls later in the hour at eight seven seven three. Three seven sixty six sixty six we keep an eye on the US open, as it winds down kept a running out of time on eighteen now. So unless within comes back to the pack, the thirty five year old Gary would onto is a bomber. It's the ball. A long long way was not expected to win this because pebble is not overly long. They didn't think a bomber would necessarily win this firmament. But it looks like Gary within might be able to pull that off. So we'll keep you up to date on that as it winds down out on the west coast. Justin terminate previously mentioned Sirius NBA radio, does the show with Johnson over there and had to have a reaction. I'm sure last night when the news broke about.
"david cone" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Want to be true. Not pitching. Great though. Why is he struggled to time? We're trying to figure that out. I'm trying to figure that out and trying to put an end to it and try to be more consistent guy who has been consistent Domingo's, her Mon, eight and one area of two and a half. He takes on David has on the fan coverage at six twenty five Red Sox beat the Blue Jays twelve to Phillies of the cubs ten five four Astros. Make it eleven of twelve three nothing of the White Sox and the Braves beat. The giants four to one NBA warriors over the blazers overtime. One nineteen one seventeen fifth straight trip to the NBA finals for Golden State first team to do that. Since the Celtics did it in ten straight years, late fifties and sixties Steph curry dream on. Green bolt go for triple doubles curry thirty seven points. Green eighteen first pair teammates do that in the same playoff game nearest of curry. These are other Steve Kerr. These guys are really something group has a fiber to them where when guys go down. They find a way to, to come together and compete and win McCoy basically call that Aaron Boone, the same. Situation. He's talking about Kevin. Durant, DeMarcus cousins. Their mother quick one. Damian Lillard hoping after getting swept out of the playoffs again hoping he'd better for this going forward teams take their scouting reports. And you know to, to the next level and, you know, I think it was a great experience for us to the blazers out. Warriors continue. They'll play the winner of the raptors and bucks in the NBA Z, saying that his team scout stink. No. I, I don't think so more saying you're kind of learning as you go deeper. They make the run and that they took another step this year. Maybe the next next year. I'm not sure NFL Reuben foster a season ending ACL tear before the season even begins for Washington. So he has done. Adam gates did say Monday he was stunned by the news of mcalinden being let go. All right. Thanks, jerry. It is boomer and geo on the fan across the country. On CBS sports network. We've got David Cone joining us in studio in a matter of minutes on the fan with new excited about that. But right now, we're giving away some tickets, Bob Seger in silver band of rock and roll for five decades, there a role mien away final tour is coming our way. Yes. Roll me away may thirtieth to north wealth Jones beach theater. And we've got tickets right now be colour seventy six year. WFAN eight six six five.
"david cone" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"That's pretty cool golden road, probably wants us to send a camera crew out there to document or maybe a reporter who was nominated for a sports. Emmy. Yes for it. So you got to send out on bodybuilding chef he loves that his all time favorite athlete. It's always talks about as Kelly Slater. But who cares about him? Yeah. That'd be a big moment for him. If we want that to be nice and have some good karma leading into the sports, Emmys. He's the one that would appreciate it. The most. Yes, he met Kelly Slater twice. He did a Pebble Beach. I think he's all covered. Yeah. Yeah. He's gonna kill me. I already made his day. I think he started crying when I said Kelly, this is a guy who works in the back who does all of our computer, any casually does, our, meet Friday and then Allen, the IT guys. Oh, Kelly's remember when you caught that way seven ball, that was so cool. Oh, he watches like these events. These competitions from like Tahiti or. Bore of or something, I'll be in the back and I'll see this monitor. And it'll be it'll be surfing championship from bora-bora, Robin, Texas joins us best and worse for the weekend. Hi, rob aid, and our user, good, sir. What do you have? Well just wanted to congratulate my father. He shot a seventy five on his seventieth birthday after union, country club outside of the Georgia. Yeah, he's a I don't know what the odds could be shooting your birthday for shooting your age, but shooting on your birthday. I think it's just outstanding. So that's wonderful. Yeah. So that would be the best of the worst of the weekend. I guess the worst would be that I didn't have a chance to get out there to be with him, but appreciate show and I think a lot for taking the call. Thank you, rob. Thank you for sharing that. Yes. Boy. Is there any sport? You could play well longer than golf like skiing. I've seen some old people skiing. A goal seems like I see some people in their eighties playing golf decently, but they don't keep score and skiing. Yeah, but I, I guess, just activity like if I got down the mountain, when I'm seventy five then I go, I'm a winner, I guess, I guess if you could do it, and you feel you don't feel like you're seventy five eighty five year old person. I would think. Tells bowling tennis big eighties. Archery archery nothing changes. I think I I don't find too many people go, you know what? I'm seventy five and I want to go out and shoot Samaras looking that'll that'll that'll be you. I still go back to David Cone, and I know that's, that's a tone down, David Cone. But he's got a lot of stories there. And you know he was around a lot of characters in the game. But imagine you're, you're rooming with David Wells, big personality, and Charlie Sheen shows up for Matthew mcconaughey shows up for Metallica shows a now that's just the man who were showing up, so who knows what was going on with those guys. Yeah. But fun stories. They're a best and worst of the weekend, polio. I'm gonna start with you your best and worst of the week. I got to the new and improved Draymond green. He's going to focus on his game and less about complaining. All right. I, I got some quotes here from Draymond green. What does dream on think of the old, Draymond green disgusting? He said, I realized, I'd gotten to a point where I was going was crying more than playing. I'm sure I was disgusting to watch because it felt disgusting a plane that way I wanted to lock back in on the game. Okay. Winter, what else phone the best that we can Chris long the defensive end retired for nice career really interesting guy. Like what he did was career really looking forward to seeing what he does next. I could see him like hosting a travel show, getting in a big RV and going around the country and exploring, good dude. Interesting do. Yeah. I think an even greater person than he was football player, and he was a really good football player. Won two Super Bowl titles and did a lot for. He's still doing stuff for charity..
"david cone" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"If you know there's a tell and you're on the other team. And let's say you're friends with somebody g you tell the pitcher. They have a tell if you're friends with them, that's a tough one. Have you when they became teammates when they're on your side? And then they finally fess up and Tommy, her was that guy for me the second baseman for the cardinals for years, just wore me out. And then when he came over and was was a member of the Mets. It took him about two or three months before he finally came into being told me, hey, you typically pitches, this is what you do. And how many years had you been chip in your pitches. She probably the first three or four years of career and what will you? Doing on breaking balls. You know, usually you have the ball in your glove, and on breaking balls or splitters. I would drop the glove down and get the grip right there. And then go back up over my head and on fastballs. I would just immediately because I already had the fast I would take the gloves and no drop in the glove. Just take it right over my head. It was that obvious. Man, I remember I remember, Mark gracie's one the great hitters of all time he said that he had a friend who was a pitcher on the opposing team. And he told him because he was a friend, even though it was going to probably heard a lot of other people he said he couldn't he couldn't help. But you know you had to tell them friendship. I guess. Yeah. I mean I don't know. That's the blurred lines there. I don't know. I mean, that's a, that's a tricky one. Well, we've questioned Grace's sanity before he's David Cone, and the, the new book is why did you decide to write a book? Well, it was really Jack hurries idea, and he came to me. And I love Jack. I mean he's such a trustworthy. Great journalist kind of pitching. Nerd and, you know after being broadcaster for ten years, I've a little different perspective on things. So we kind of wanted to get current and then go back to even to the Mets days and kind of revisit some of these issues and do a little different twist on an auto biographical style a book. And I it's honest, it's raw, you know, I, I, I talk about some of the some of the mistakes made along the way and, and take you inside what I was thinking at the time, also the relationship with your catcher is tricky, because I might like you, but you're not the best catcher for me. How do you find the catchers that's best for you? That is so important. So underrated even in today's game. You know, even with some of the new metrics, you talk about framing ability or the value. You can place on catchers nowadays goes much deeper than that, you almost have to be a psychoanalyst with with flakes, like me on the mound. And we go into some of my meltdowns on the mound. I mean why don't you melt down so much? I you know, just. The emotional nature, the makeup of any person any pitcher. Sometimes you're under you wait a week to pitch. And in five minutes or week is ruined sometimes and it turns you into the lunatic on the mound. Sometimes they, it's nothing like a starting pitcher in all of sports so much responsibility, every pitch. Plus, you have so much time. You've got to wait to pitch so it can make you a little little nutty at times. What's the one that stands out that you'd love to take back boy, so many, but I am the guy who argued with an empire first base and allowed to Atlanta base runners scored not one to, to score. Did they were the slowest rudders in the history of the game del Murphy? And Ernie whitt. Why I screamed it I was out. He was out Charlie Williams was the first base umpire longtime, he, he finally told me said while you're doing with the second runner discordant. Right, clear, some of this stuff up. You didn't have a baseball team in high school did not the school didn't feel the team. So I played in the summer league, that was a college league when I was fifteen so playing against twenty one and under at fifteen years old, you spent five years in the minors, you got caught up with the royals, but you.
"david cone" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"We're like they check the tape again under think through all the other camera people of the people behind the scenes here. Yes, he announced trying to think there's gonna be a lot of people to mention there that some may be upset when they're left off. Like if you leave people out if we gonna happen like if we leave them off now. No, you get up there. And just say thank you know, then we say, check the tape because, you know, ten oh five eastern. We thank you, guys, by way. A lot of people are probably mad right now there were leaving them. I'm getting furious. I am from Mario saying what? About me. Oh boy. If I mean, you can't just say okay if you wait, say, one beer, GD, you have to say all the changes say the Biaggi's. Yeah, you should be. But, you know, Morial the French kid Brandon, rob. S eight years ago. Oh my God, we had a guy that worked with us. And he had his handle was was his Email handle was as our obe-, B, S, S, rob base. Yeah. And I thought his name was rob ass. And I said, why would you call yourself that it goes? It's rob base, rob base, and I go, hey, rob s. That was brutal. My bad. My bad. I know that was a long time ago for him. No, I'm sure it's still fresh in his mind. You gotta thank you on, on the national. Did he did? But tonight's a big night. Yeah. Fritzy, what's the problem, I'm thinking, we can run full credits towards the end of this show today? It's a no one gets left out, just they enter today show is if we would happen to win, here's every game this rolling out. Okay. This is why you want to do it. Because you don't know anybody's name and therefore that help all you want the credits doing that's, though, solve the problem stuff that have put the pictures of the. No, no. Nobody else it. Somebody else would do because you don't know the people who aren't on the air, and that'd be a major research project for me that Frank our cameraman has been with us for how, how many that happen to slipped my mind, I felt terrible about, and you guys have done everything you can to make me feel thousand times worse, which I put you pretended to play along. Thanked for a moment. I had, and I don't know. Okay. That's a lot. I heard the name matter. It was obviously, you know, who that cameraman. You. Okay. I don't like this is that cameraman here. Five years, easy. Maybe even seventy and you don't know who he is. I recognize why you would never think anybody behind the scenes of this show. You don't know who they are. That's these guy tough guy chief. Okay. We are setting ourselves up to lose Sova. All I know. I know. At least we, thanks that people. But last year what was our that we weren't winning? We were happy to be there. We we're gonna have a fun night. New York, we our bosses this really nice after party at its rooftop bar. We all went there and had a really good time. Go it would have been. I know I was so disappointed. You should have gone. I, I was so I know silver, wait not disappointed really bothered me because all of the people who would have had that opportunity to celebrate. And when we didn't win it look baseball tonight or MLB tonight. You know, they, they, they won and congratulations to them. Are we a better show? Yes. But they won..
"david cone" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Switching to Geico is a no brainer on second thought maybe don't want guard gnomes to carefully people might talk broadcasting from the Mercedes, man cake. You know, these Ron's don't last forever. This Dan, Patrick got had a great weekend, everybody gangs here. Ready to go day in New York City, where in New York going to the sports Emmys tonight where this program. Yeah, this program is nominated for a sports EMMY again back to back years, and I feel like a winner already just getting nominated, but, boy, it would be whenever anybody says, it's just nice getting non. No, it's really nice when you win. Yes, it's it's there's a window of it being really nice to nominated. And that's from the moment, you find out your nominated right up until they announced the winner. That's when it's really nice to be nominated after that. It's useless. Yeah. Because then you get disappointed. Would you rather not get nominated and or get nominated and lose because I'll take the loss and I, I know the high is really high, but the low is really low because last year I was bummed but I was bombed for everybody who works behind the scenes and then you guys to get an opportunity to go up on stage. And I've had that opportunity many times and. Ause dramatic effect. Yeah. I it would be great. We would we would turn this whole medium upside down. I think at this program one this for Jimmy. And that's what we tried to do where we're disruptors here, but this is what's going to happen. I think the rundown is the best studio show is the second award in. I hope because we are getting up when they say in the winter is we're getting up in mass, no matter what we're either getting up to go on stage or we're getting up and walking out going to the bar now should we pause in case another show, so we don't look like the pistons when the bulls beat him in the playoffs. We don't wanna walk out like is eight and the guys right past and not acknowledged them. Yeah, I would acknowledge let let's say outside the line win. So we and the winner is in, and then we stand up outside the lines, just golden, we're adding, like, that's it. But if they say in the. Inner is oh my God. How did this happen? The Dan Patrick show. And I'm thinking we just four beer on ourselves. Yeah. Yeah. Let's champagne. And then we'd go up on stage while you gotta flask with you. I do he does apply. Righty police. Brought that flask with him a couple of times. Yep. I'm here. There's a flat. Yeah. But I'm thinking you know, champagne we just for champagne all over. So what do you think what if we each had to pick one person thank? But one, okay. Now, I'm not gonna speak, but let's say you when we win. I'm just going to go up and say thank you very much. And then I'm gonna say got back, I'm going to step back and then the rotation is going to be as follows. Paulie Ugo I, I. Yes. Seat, no-go second, mclovin, and fritzy's got cleanup would ever. How many seconds are left? That's all fritzy has yet mclovin, but there's some people that have to be thanked. I feel like some of going to have to take a bullet for some people like we don't get to go personal. We have to think certain executives. No, you don't know. That's what every other show does where they kiss up to the executives. How about we just thank the executives now. I want to thank the other shows for being just a little worse than we will see. I like that. You know, we thank the people from AT and T, Dan Yorke, John stanky, the people who work in sales. Jerrianne Colli, the shea. Dale. Ken Cole who else do we? Let's just get it out of the way. Now then we get up. And then we're streamline onstage. Yup. I'd say Billy Wagner, and all the forum crew who works in direct TV. They'll get a lot of credit. They always are up early. Bob schmidt. Who does our open force sh- midday, the background guys here, the big talion Allen Ghazi, Germany, German. Yes, we Frank and Frank Cameron whose name is Matt Francis. See this is good. Now, we now forget anybody tonight..
"david cone" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"WNYC Alison Stewart. And we're back with David Cone is talking about his new book, full count, the education of pitcher, it was written with veteran journalists and longtime friend, Jack curry okay so much has changed about baseball. You guys pitching sabermetrics. We went to spring break with my son and just watching the shift key, Pat. What is going on out there? Is there anything any of these new ideas about making the game faster is there anything that you've heard that, you think yes? That would actually improve baseball. And then is there something that you think you know what this really gets away from the essence of baseball one of each? Yeah. We I think, have evolved on this issue. I think a lot of people are slow to come around with, with modern technology, obviously, in all walks of life. But with regard to baseball I really do. Think pace of play can be an issue at times, and the players and batters are, are much more sophisticated and have a lot of information before they go up to the plate. So maybe a pitch clock does make sense. And we've seen some games where batter step out of the box, every, every pitch pitcher step and walk around the mound. So maybe keep the pitchers on the mound stay on the mound. Throw the baseball, keep the batteries in the box, and that sort of a pitch clock. That's been used in the minor leagues that after a while is easily adjust. Two might be a good thing. And I also think, along with the pitch clock that it might be time to help home played on Pires, maybe time, you know, maybe not full scale electron ick on Pires, but I think he's still have a home plate on pyre, but he could have some sort of earpiece, and you could use technology to help him have a more uniform strike zone. What do you think? I've long been a proponent of D H across the board. I hate seeing pictures hit, I think most pitchers can't hit David will for this. Not that he couldn't hit. But even coming up now through high school in the minor leagues. Pitchers don't hit anymore. Their specialty is to pitch. So I've long been a proponent of let's just have across the board. And one other thing that baseball has proposed. I think David, I've talked about this. A lot is they've talked about it when you bring in a reliever he has to face three pitches. That's something that has pending something that might happen. I don't like that because I think it gets too much into the strategy of the game. And I think a team should be allowed to win or lose with its best players. And after two batters if you don't think you're relievers, your best option. I hate the idea that a manager is hamstrung, and has to leave that pitcher in my guess, our David Conan jet curry were talking about the new book full count the education of pitcher. I also mentioned that there's going to be a twentieth perfect game anniversary event. David Berg game for the David. The David Cone foundation will be the beneficiary of the fundraisers on June nineteenth, and you can get. Tickets at cones zone dot com. You guys really honest in this book, and you mentioned you sort of alluded to this earlier, David, you mentioned to really difficult things that happen to you in your, your career specifically allegations against you. I'm gonna read these specifically the book, if you look in the index it's there, one woman accused rape. The police investigation found the charges were unfounded, and they were dropped through allege that you expose yourself to them in the Mets bullpen to of women's drop the charges, and one settled out of court. This is a book about pitching, why did you decide to include these issues that happened in your past? Once again, I think when Jack and sat down, and we were, we were going to be raw honest that you can't just close over these issues that happened. They were so widely covered back when I was a member of the Mets. And, you know, even to this day, I still get somebody that brings that up at some point, or another, even though it was a long time ago, and I remember back, then I did an interview with ROY Firestone with ESPN back then at his own show. And I went on the show and I said. You know what kind of relevant in the me too movement? Now to I said, the worst part about this whole thing was is that even though I was falsely accused of rape that I had to stand up and defend myself, but at the same time the worst part was is that it hurts, the cause of women who are really raped and even back then. Went on record, and that's how I felt and I've always felt that way because of my mom and my sister, and I was raised by really strong feminine. Women feminist movement, women. They were way ahead of the curve even back in the seventies and eighties, and I had to deal with them. Look them in the face and tell them the story what happened. Tell us the truth. And so, you know I as we did this book I really felt the need to, to kind of clarify that a little bit. And. Deal with it rather than just close over at are not covered at all, as a sports journalist, when you deal with players, not specifically in this case forcibly David if you wanted to. What do you see your role when your sports journalists and you're having to deal with allegedly illegal behavior in terms of writing the book, with David or in terms of just covering as generally? Yeah. I think Alison as as with anything you want to get the story, right? You want to cover as many angles of it as possible, so that whatever you produce is correct. Talked to as many people as you can try and get the full story. And this instance I give I give David a ton of credit because you're absolutely right. My proposal to him was let's, let's do a book about pitching. Let's get inside your head as we started to talk about those Mets years. And we were going to include some of the Mets rowdy behaviour David talked about how fifteen guys would leave the ballpark getting five cabs, go to a bar and closed the bar. Well, it's hard to talk about that behavior, and then not throw some things that, that were on the record and, and that occurred with David and again, I give him total credit that he was willing to go back and revisit that. And we cover it. We're not. Spending a lot of time on it because of what you said, the, the allegations were unfounded, and it's thirty years ago. But David was a total pro at as a collaborator and being willing to talk about it. What do you hope? Somebody takes away from this book after they, they read the whole thing. I think the, you know, we, we referenced earlier about sort of cultural shift that I detail through the thirty years that have passed since then in van part of it was, you know, when I first broken, you were perceive, you, or you had to be this tough. Macho guy that held everything and repressed your emotion. Never showed up your your opponents. You couldn't show natural authentic motion when you were high. And then when you were low, or you had some issues or even depression issues that you couldn't talk about it because you were perceived as being weak and not tough enough. And, you know, I think the for the better that's changed the culture's changed. I was treated, very, very roughly by the Mets. And some of their leaders when I was a rookie and use that as motivation at the time and I was kind of used to it. But then I made that determination when I became a veteran and Derek Jeter was a rookie that we're going to break, we're going to go about it a little different way. And I think that's progress, and, and even on down the line when we talk about these some of the anxiety issues that I faced and being honest about that. It's okay to ask for help. It's okay to talk about it. And you know, I really wanted that theme kind of, to be weaved throughout the book, and I mean Jack did just a fantastic tastic job of bringing that out. That's so interesting idea the mental health component. Yes. They made the book is full count, the education of a pitcher jet curry, and David Cone. Thanks guys for coming in. Really appreciate it. Pleasure. Thanks for having us. Thanks for having a thousand all of it on. WNYC..
"david cone" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"Segment. Welcome back to the sporting life. We're joined again by David Cone, the Cy Young award winning pitcher where the great pitchers of his generation fashioned perfect game for the New York. Yankees was a member of those great met staffs of the late nineteen eighties. His new book out this week is full county education of a pitcher written with Jack curry in David. You know when you came up to the big leagues with Kansas City. But you've got traded shortly thereafter to the Mets who just won the World Series with a truly formidable staff white Gooden, Ron darling. Sid Fernandez Babo he'd and Rick Aguilera and in the bullpen. Roger mcdowell. And Jesse Roscoe. What was it like what was it like is young pitcher being around those guys who already had their moment in the sun? It was a great place for me to. Break in to the big leagues. Really? I that group of players really allowed me to be me, you know, throughout my whole career. I had my own style. In terms of changing, our mangoes for throwing sidearm, sliders, kind of an improv type of style that that I had since really childhood of playing with wiffle ball in the backyard and all throughout my career with the royals. I had pitching coaches that tried to change me. They told me that I couldn't do that style that it wasn't sustainable, and when I came to the Mets got around that group of pitches that you described they all loved my style, they embraced it. And it was liberated for me to be part of a wild group of players. Very good group of players. They all had a lot of talent. But they all were very welcoming to me they brace mice dial. And and courage me to be myself. And you know, for me that was one of the factors that allowed me to kind of relax, and and go ahead established myself as a as a major league pitcher. And you know, I I can't really. Emphasize, how important that was for me at that point in time after sign of having been traded and rejected by the royals to go to the world champion, New York Mets and have them really like my style like my personality, and it allowed me to free myself up and and really develop into a big league pitcher the experience of being with that that Mets franchise the time when they had one hundred regular season games in eighty six winning the World Series in dramatic fashion, of course, against the Red Sox. The hope it least in the expectation the part of some was that that would be a dynasty. Of course, it didn't pan out. But a decade later you find yourself as an essential component as part of a dynasty. The people didn't see coming with the Yankees winning four out of five World Series from ninety six through two thousand in a team that seemed as if you'd have to drive a stake through its heart to beat it. Will the experience of being with those Mets teams in the disappointment. They experience how did that inform the way that Yankees clubhouse? Of course Mel Stottlemyre was there as well. As a pitching coach. How did that? How did that? Play into the experience of being with that great dynasty in the late nineties. Well, that's that's such a great point. And question. Jeremy I mean, we really did. I mean, if you had had to think back, you would have thought that it would have been in the late eighties that would've won four out of five World Series titles with the talent on that team that I think losing to the dodgers in nineteen eighty eight was a devastating blow for that franchise. And there was a relentless relentless nature of those nineties teams the Yankees that that I think really was the difference. You know, the the type of players in the on the gangs roster with reducer guys like that Bernie Williams. It was that they were never satisfied. No matter what type of success they had. And I've always described airy Jeter in that way, where he was the greatest turn the page type of player I've ever been around. Meaning that if whatever happened in yesterday's game was her gotten about by the time he showed up the next day is game. Whether he was five for five or over five. And I think that really propelled us, you know, through the ninety eight season, you know, that the great championship season. We had that here. It seems like every day. There was just a relentless nature to that team of keep pussy never been satisfied. That might have been what was missing in the eighties and today's version of a bat spec. Then another were some entering. Tom oil and off the field issues that that I'll go into play with the eighties Mets. But the night is Yankees were just the opposite. In terms of of drive determination and never giving in never never ever been satisfied. David Cone's, new book, his memoir is full count. The education of a pitcher written with Jack curry of longtime baseball writer and David your career encompasses so much so much success. So many highs and lows so many moments that that fans in New York in particular will remember forever and is a kid from the mid west from Kansas City to come to New York achieve that kind of success. Become an icon in the city a fixture in the city sports scene. What is New York mean to you? It's just he'll be Jeremy like, it's it's the place where I really grew up. You know, even though on the kid from Kansas City. You know, my father was worked work the graveyard shift in a meat factory me pan meat plant factory when I tend to New York, you know, the the majority of my adult life is really spent spent New York since I was twenty four years old. You know, guys like, Keith Hernandez and rusty stop and Ron darling showed me around New York City and taught me how to love and embrace the city New York City where a lot of other players that come into New York. They're a little bit intimidated by it, or maybe they wanna live in the suburbs or any they're a little bit afraid of Manhattan, and I got a different education from a group of people. And you know, I've never left. I've really, you know, all these years later, the thirty plus years later, you know, I'm still here living in New York. So it means everything to me, the passion of the city, the culture, the diversity diversity of the city and the passionate baseball fans. It's just never left me. I have never been around better fan base in New York. The baseball fan in New York, the Mets side and the Yankee side of the most knowledgeable fan base. I've ever been around. They anticipate the flow of the good and so much better than most other fan bases. And they're so passionate about the game. And it's something that just really stuck with me early on. And it's still does
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"This is the sporting life on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Here's Jeremy chef David Cone was one of the finest pitchers of his era accomplished in so many ways sei-yung award winner a perfect game fashion by Cohn in nineteen ninety eight the only pitcher to win twenty games for both the New York Mets and the New York Yankees. And for generation baseball seemed as if whenever something big was going on David Cone was in the middle of it. He has a new biography autobiography I should say out full county education of pitcher written with Jack curry longtime baseball writer for the New York Times. And now with the yes network, and it is a pleasure to welcome David Cone of the sporting David thanks for being with us. My pleasure. Jeremy always good to be on with you, David you've that you've had one of those careers, and you're still going strong their soul much to talk about. And you know, you're not gonna write a five hundred page book. How did you distill your story to its essence? Well, I think it helps because I know Jack hurry. So well, I mean we worked together going back to the nineties when he was a columnist with the New York Times. So he was a perfect fit for me. And I also kind of has a passion for pitching this world. We wanted to tell obviously, some some great pitching stories in there or long with the stories of other pitchers that I buy it so much and played with and against it. Just kind of wanted to give a real honest, accounting of the good the bad and the ugly that sometimes happens to pitchers in the middle of the diamond speaking with David Cone, whose new book is full count, the education of a pitcher in Dave going back thirty three years ago to your very beginnings and major league baseball, and you came up with your hometown Kansas City Royals traded the next season to the New York Mets who just won only the second World Series in their history. There was one. Thing the people associated with you from the beginning all the way through the end of your career was your competitiveness. And if there was a word that was used was a socio with you. It was bulldog on the mound. How much did your disposition on the mound? Evolve over the course of your career, or or we always that same guy who came up eighty six with the royals. You know, I think part of it stayed the same. You know, I it's hard to change who you are and fight your nature, and I was always kind of all total emotional on the mound while at the same time as as seasons went on. And I have all I certainly learned to control that contain it a little bit better. But I think one of the things that that I'm most proud of with regard to the book and Jack curry did a great job of bringing this out was to really show the side of it as well to show the mistakes that you can make on the mount of mistakes that I made also be really honest about some of the eight here some of the of the the things I did under duress that. I that. I'm not all that proud of try to try to explain it a little bit better and understand the pressures that the pitchers feel on the. Amount. The importance of the pitcher catcher relationship, I think is one of the best chapters in the book about the emotional connection. That's needed between pitcher and catcher that goes way beyond numbers or signal calling or any any of the metrics that you use to sort of place value on performance. I think it's so much deeper than that. And you know, I think Jack hurry did a great job in particular with that chapter on pitchers catchers their relationship, you had a special relationship we Joe Girardi and in particular who caught that perfect game back in nineteen ninety eight. We'll what. What makes what makes a relationship productive between catcher in a pitcher? Well, what is the key to that relationship? Why obviously what what comes you know, to the forefront right away is is that there's a trust factor that that has to be developed between pitcher and catcher. And you know, I put a lot of emphasis on the catcher because I really believe that not only do they need to know. The scout reports no the tendencies of hitters he needs to know that the pitcher is well, and he also aids to remain somewhat stoic or understand that that pitchers sometimes can lose it on the mound that they you know, it's very difficult to to pitch with the bases loaded or in a gym. Or would you don't have your good stuff on any particular day? And that's when a catcher can really kind of play the part of a psychiatrist as well. When kind of calm pitcher and help him help help them through tough times difficult times. I think Joe Girardi. Accomplished all those skills. He was very quick on his feet very quick with the signal calling. He could really read my body language and most tell what pitch I wanted to throw by the look in my eyes or by subtle little body cues. He also never took anything personally. So when I did get into a volatile state, or what I did give owner noble and did kind of lose my mind a little bit at times on the mound. He was great about not taking anything I said to him personally coming back down and always making me feel like he had my back the whole time. And I think that's probably why we clicked on so many levels and had so many great games together. EV tunes new book, his memoirs full count, the education of a pitcher written with the great Jack curry long, the New York Times now with yes network in your David you're a couple years older than me, I'm forty nine. And I I was growing up in New York. I was in New York when when you got to New York in eighty seven in the the Ed Hearn trade, and and it was. A media. Immediately apparent everybody was watching you. How much talent there was one thing? People. Also noticed was a tendency at that time to display your motions with body language when you got frustrated and would when when something happened that didn't go your way wearing those emotions on your sleeve. That's that's who you were. You was it something you were cognizant of at the time. I became more aware of Germany is as I was around four veteran pitchers, and I certainly a lot of coaches along the way tried to try to Kerr tale that and really tried to work with me on how I came across some amount. How important body language was on the mount not only your own team? But to the position as well when you know back in the eighties. There was still a lot of bench dropping that went on a lot of catcalls that came out of the opposing dugouts back then. It's probably a little more reserved nowadays. I think it might be even a bit of a lost art. But it was also something that the bore. I tried to curtail the more. I felt like I wasn't being myself. So I had to find a balance there. And there's I said before it's really hard to fight your nature part of that emotion is what drove me part of that of ocean. That I display that you referred to was something that really I think a lotta times helped me help motivate me it helped, you know, get my mind right or two to get me on track to to where I need to be mentally to pitch in the big leagues or the pitch against tough team. So it was always a balancing act for me. And I, you know, and again, I think I tried to give an honest portrayal that in the book and show how vulnerable pitchers can be on the ball. I was at times, and you know, some of the stakes and that I made along the way they cost me and also some of the balancing acts of of trying to tale that as I grew older pitcher. What was the mistake that you? You you most wished you could have had back. You could you could have done it again. Well, I there's so many, you know, obviously, I wish I could go back before game two of the nineteen eighty eight playoffs when we played the dodgers. It was the Mets in nineteen eighty LCS against the dodgers. And I decided to do a ghost written column with Bob Klapisch back then before the game. And I I I didn't realize how it worked. I never saw final copy before. Bob Klapisch wrote the article and printed, it I I was very naive, and it cost me, and it really clearly affected me. And you know, I pitch very poorly and game two that nineteen eighty eight LC s and I was impacted emotionally physically described in the book how my legs like treetrunks trying to walk out to warm up before the first inning of that game. And I really talked because of something that happened off the field. And if I could go back and change one thing, you know, that if I had to one thing, you know, I'd probably go right back. To to that point in time before that series and say, no, I don't want to go straight and column about the player speaking with David Cone, his new book out this week is full count. The education of a pitcher will be back with more from David Cone in our next segment.
"david cone" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Swings and drills wanted deep right meal. Adiga going back on the track. A wall cheese. Tyrone. Does the opposite way and drills a two run home run to right center and the Yankees now take five nothing lead a long pause there. He was on. Exactly. I completely agree decided I got nothing. I'm just gonna go straight with it. Yeah. I thought for a second who's gonna say Tiro Estrada goes yard out. And which makes no sense. I thought like I could hear his mouth going back it now. And I'm sure last night when he went all be prepared. Now. I it. Yes. I'm sure you. Here's the good news. What Tiro Estrada is doing is good news photographer of core? And it's good news for Yankee fans. But you know, it's bad news for Tyler Wade. Yeah. Because tireless strato who has that versatility can play anywhere in the infield completely outfield as we saw a few times he is making Tyler Wade irrelevant. And he's probably gonna force Tyler Wade off of this roster. So the good news for a stratas while he may not be an everyday player around here. He did get a chance to play yesterday. Gleyber Torres got the day off. I think he's gonna stick around. So I think John will have an opportunity to figure out a tyro Estrada. Call so we'd seven nothing. They just beaten up Felix Hernandez. He's throwing batting practice. Right. Right. And it felt like it was an easy one CC cruise to the first three innings barely broke a sweat. Everything's great. And it all seemed to change when Santana hit that two run home run. It's seventy two and then all of a sudden Dee Gordon, it's a home run at seven three. And then he gives up the back to back hits Beckham and Encarnacion. And then and this was the surprise to me. And I'm not ripping Aaron Boone. I'm just saying. I'm surprised he gives up the back toback. It's two outs in the fifth any walk Santana on four pitches. And the bases are loaded. Seven three two outs in the fifth. Jay, Bruce is up. I could've sworn Boone was gonna take him out of the game. And as I saw boon walking around the dugout because yes, showed the view Boone walking around the dugout. This is literally my thought, and you could say in Gulu was afraid he didn't wanna take out short for win. I'm sure he was only give a damn he wouldn't you're right. Put a. I completely agree. There's no ways taking CC out would win especially when he's only three wins away two hundred and fifty. Yes. Yes. Come on. There's no doubt about it. Now, I want to be fair with that said the batter was Jay Bruce left. He left is your Bruce has not hit a little weak ground that a second and it worked. Yeah. Ever hit it too. So booed after the game said, hey, I like the matchup and he's backed up by facts, by the way, I'm just saying considering the four pitch walk and three guys just gotten on a roll. My bring told me boy does not wanna take him out. He's afraid to take CC Tabatha out and out short of qualifying for a win. He didn't it worked. Bruce got out cici's. Don't have to five and then the key bullpen just didn't outstanding job not as much Jonathan holder 'cause he put a couple of guys on base, but he deployed out amount of early in the sixth inning didn't want to mess around. He got four outs. Then he goes to Britain. He gets four outs. And then Louis sesame it easy in the ninth inning. So the Yankee bullpen stand any thought that the Mariners we're going to be able to come back in this game, even though seven three and they had bases loaded. Two outs. So great job by the Yankee bullpen, the golf and said nothing after the first three innings. That's okay. Usually seven runs should be enough and the Yankees defeat Felix Hernandez something that earlier and Felix right? They had a tough time clearly not the same guy anymore, by the way. I saw the stat that no pitcher. Every pitcher who has two hundred and fifty wins or more than three thousand strikeouts. As all the only one it's not as Roger Clemens who were obviously, he's all famous. Just let me throw that into. There's no doubt that he kept him into get to win. That was my thought I got to know brain. I gotta throw this at you. Because I looked it up after after our show. I was sitting there watching a game out of curiosity. The David Cone Felix Hernandez comparison. Okay. They have almost the same careers outside of the playoffs. Felix has never been in the playoffs. And you had a perfect game. Too doesn't he feels perfect games? Their resumes are. Both have both have the same amount of top five finishes. But here the career numbers the career ERA give you that Felix three three six David Cone three four six. All right. So the as a very similar. I would say that Colin really started to click as an every fifth day major league as at twenty five right Felix dated twenty eight nine thousand nine hundred eighty nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight right? Remember Felix came up when he was nineteen years old so Felix's career started to really slow down at the age of thirty while David Cone's career started to slow down at thirty seven. Right. So projector of their cry was very different but David pitched seventeen years in the major leagues Felix is already at fifteen. He's only thirty three. But again, he got called up when he was nineteen years old, but their career as a very similar their career resumes. A very similar the amount of dominant years a very similar the amount of good years. Very similar the big difference between David Cone and Felix Hernandez. And this is not Felix his fault is that postseason because David Cone made eighteen starts and has some pretty big epic moments in the playoff Felix has none of them and never will. Because if they ever made the playoffs it'd be a shell of his former self we wouldn't be seeing true king Felix in the playoffs. So I knew David Cone didn't get in. I don't know. How a lot of people feel about Felix all I'll say to you for you co jumps out at you on Felix. Of course. I saw a lot more Cohen than I have a field today. Let's be honest. I mean, I'm not I mean, I saw a lot more of David Cole. Yeah. If very close in my mind, I thought a lot of David Cone to I missed probably the first three dominance cones career to young too young for eight years. Yes. Well, I remember getting traded. I was devastating see eighty nine ninety. And I remember that as far as watching him. I think they're very similar. I think they careers are very very similar. But I think the one big difference is the playoffs. Now, we'll the voters treat Felix Hernandez differently. And will they kind of take a little bit away from Felix? Because the last four years have been dreaded and really bad, you know, David's career ended. I mean the last couple of years, I guess when you came back to the Mets he wasn't wasn't the same guy. And then he finished with the Red Sox. He finished. He finished with the Mets. But he did go right with the Red Sox. I that's see. Here's the thing with David Cone. I would say looking at his numbers the last two and a half years of his career with very bad. Right. Okay. Okay. With Felix were already at three. Right. So I think Felix is going to have a lot more bad. In fact, that career ERA should be a lot better than gets into all fame. You gotta put David and all they're very similar. I mean, God the very behavior and again, I'm going to continue to throw it out there. I mean, we celebrating everybody's it's pretty much given. SEC's? All right. I mean, that's that's the general consensus. I hear I read hall of fame and David Cone is not even on the ballot anymore. How's it possible? I think it was only one time. He was talking about guy so dismissed that he's not even afford as all it's not like he had any. He's not. He was any issues with the media. Sold. This miss. I think it was just one bad vote. I think it came down to that. And you'd have to look back at what who was on that ballot that year, and what the thought was and I think that's maybe just a problem with the process that you could be knocked off the ballot that quickly, especially the guy who's more deserving than say just random major leaguer who gets knocked off the ballot right away. Jose Ryoko offense to host a rod Beck the late rod bag, right? I mean this difference. Of course, one thing about Felix though, he won a Cy Young. He finished second to other times. So close to winning. All right. I get it. But I mean, you know, like I said, and I saw a lot more with David than I saw Felix. But it just amazes me to hall of fame in how how that all works because it doesn't it doesn't make sense to me. Now. You're right. It doesn't make any sense. I guess I was just surprised that Felix David Cone would have such similar peruse a very similar right now. What does that mean for what happens to Felix when he retires? I have no idea he could be off the ballot one years, right, especially I don't know where his career is going. It doesn't look good. I think it doesn't a weird way help Hernandez that he has spent his entire career with the same team. It's so maybe I think it does. I think that's what hurts Jeff Kent. I think the reason why Jeff can't get no support. What families though why I don't know? They don't the media does a like the guy am I wrong. What fan base likes him think about it? There isn't a giant giant fans don't care about that may be. But I mean to me that's what he is noon ally. If he went into the hall of fame, you should wear giant haiku down that it's just that he doesn't have this raging. Support Felix is going to have that our. That's why I said that's why the hall of fame to me it just come on. It makes me nuts. If you take the average David Cone year and the average Felix Hernandez year, David Cone fifteen and ten three four six Felix, Hernandez fourteen and eleven three three six. It was pretty crazy. How similar it is. Yeah. We'll come back. We'll get your calls. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six and we'll talk more basketball later and the great speaking of hall of fame Johnson will join us about David Cone. Yeah. While he's he certainly knows a lot about of course, as a guy that's faced them. So we'll talk to the.
"david cone" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"It was always like we have to get there early. So I can smoke a cigarette before we go inside I'm paying I'm a little sister doesn't stop for cigarettes. Exactly. Get up. First thing smoke cigarette for lunch after lunch now, the one on the way, home before dinner after dinner now that I'm talking about it. I kind of feeling like a loss about four hours of every day. I didn't realize it was that much. I decided I needed to find an alternative. So I started looking and then came up I did both for awhile it eventually I just switched over. And it's very quick. I honestly feel like I remember recently you asking me. But did you wanna smoke free four we go in? I was like no no need to Mimi made this witch July twenty fifteen make the switch at jewel dot com. That's J U L dot com. Warning. This product contains nicotine nicotine is an addictive chemical. They go to Roberts here in the mid day. Joe just the very interesting question off air to Ernie as a Yankee fan said who's better Mike machine or David Cohen? And it's a soft call as as concerned about that is David Cone didn't get to the hall of fame. He's off the ballot. David Cone, had some ridiculous. Tremendous years guy won a Cy Young guy. Couldn't wait a second Cy Young had some incredibly dominant ears. But why is he not for the Mets for the Yankees? And the royals sure Kerry. Right. That's what I thought. Because when you that question, my brain starting to move, and I'm thinking, okay at their best who was better. And I think the answer is David called me to I would have to agree with that. Mike would give him the edge of a museum. So here's cones career. Good seventeen years in the major league one ninety four and one twenty six win loss record. Okay. A three point four six earned run average. Right. So Ziara was better in the postseason. He was eight and three with a three point eight zero ERA won Cy Young. He won won Cy Young all star games. Who cares? He was top five and Cy Young. He was third first fourth and fourth. So that's right. Four top five finishes game. And a perfect game. I mean, do we include that Berlin distal perfectly? I understand. But I mean, I think it's part of his resume. I mean, mock Pearl he's not a whole fame about his part of his resume Messina pitch. One more year eighteen years. Many more winds to seventy one fifty. Three. IRA three point six calling for what it's worth one twenty twice while with the Mets won with the Yankees Messina had a second Cy Young voting. We finished second. Okay. And after that he finished fourth twice and v three three times. I don't think it's that far off to be on. To me. I. Do you want to say I'm prejudice because he was a med as well. I mean, you know, I wanna hit me with that. I just think was a better a better pitcher. Well, I don't think you're prejudice. If you ask them a Yankee forget the Mets fan, right? David Cone versus Mike Mussina. I mean, I don't think it's going to be over hurting senior send me seeing just because he was consistent every year for a long time. I think it's part of the factor, and he did it longer with the Yankees. Mike was there for eight years. Pretty good success. For those a lot more wins than calling the hundred more wins. Yeah. He beat him in wins. We're talking earlier about it. There's a lot of guys who dominate for a few years, then there's no more, right? But Johann is your would you rather have Johanna? No, y'all. No. And I think it's balancing the difference between they were at their best. They were better. And did they do it long enough? Right. We talked about cliff Lee the other day cry dominancy, right? It's can you. Do it long enough. David did it for a pretty good amount of time. Right, right. I'd say he had at least eight probably more non really good season. I would think at least that many, right? I would think at least that many. Yeah. And of course, he's special in New York because met fans Hanky fans both like them, right, which is rare. Well, absolutely eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Brian in Rockville centre, Brian how are you? Morning, gentlemen. How are you? Brian. Hey, I want to get my take on what happened yesterday with the hall of fame. But I'll just say quick, you know, I love Frank cashier for the Mets that being said there are a lot of guys in electro. What didn't bring back or whatever. That's wrote me nuts and David Cone with. Hey, David Cone. Cash. Oh, all right. Was Jerry Hunziker was the that was that was. Yeah. Yeah. Rotate was not cashing catching him for read her. Yeah, he made the trade to get him out to our, mama. Thought that was cash cash would still be many times. I had no great love for caching beyond. Absolutely. What what happened yesterday? Satisfy I agree with you guys. Maryono shouldn't have been the first unanimous. The good thing was that. I was always a Mariana fan. I always respected him good to say long overdue. Messina? I think again proven with the the paint and Lee instruction. You know, it's the whole very good now. But as far as as far as what's with dock, it leads to discussion type questions number one you can't help. But take thing with Jim Belushi. What do you have had the career? He had had John Young Jose. Doc, doc, doc Holliday holiday. Okay. Yeah. It's like. With John Belushi. Would he had Jim Belushi? We have had the career he had not died so young if he'd be another sound Swayze type thing here had he not. That crash wouldn't it better? Roy holiday a clear hall of fame. I don't think there's any question guy won two Cy youngs. Second to other times guy was leading complete games. Every single year was doing a million innings. Roy halladay is a first ballot hall of is perfect game. No hitter in the playoffs. He's definitely all the first. Ballot olefin always you would ROY out again. Passed or not. I don't think his death led to a sympathy vote. No. And I couldn't believe it. And it makes sense when you think about it that the first time that we've had a first ballot hall of Famer elected after they died after their career who won't be there to celebrate since Christy Mathewson is that Ryan Tappin. Yeah. Bought roberto. No because Roberto Clemente was still going like this guy retired. Oh, I see what you mean. I understand his career was over. And the other thing about ROY halladay, which is sort of inspirational is how he was sent down back to the minor leagues because he was so bad in two thousand you gotta reinvent himself. He comes back reinvents himself in a one of the best pictures of that early two thousand I want to ask a question. Necas dole wasn't in a room. When I asked him this pretty headsets on who's better pitcher, Mike Mussina, David Cone. I was here for that. I think co was okay. How quickly did Cohn come off the ballot back? Yeah. Go look at that. Look at that. Yeah. I'm curious. I'll get that coming up. Mark and Rockland. Mark, mark. How are you? Good morning. I'm okay. Andy Pettitte nine point nine percent of the vote. Do you think he's all of Famer? Yes. Why? I mean, you Korean stopper Haley's, you know, that that's sort of overrated when a guy's numbers in the postseason or basically the same as the regular season. How can you say he was that much different? He's not Kurt shillinger, Madison, Bumgarner, he's better than Mike better than my cou museum. No, he wasn't. What is that every time.