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Cree author David A. Robertson on writing everything from graphic novels to a memoir

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06:29 min | 1 year ago

Cree author David A. Robertson on writing everything from graphic novels to a memoir

"I want to go to my trap line one last time he says. I cannot breathe. I know he hasn't been to his trap line for almost seven decades. We've been on a journey as father and son for thirty years, and for the first time, it feels like we've found our destination. And I think maybe we've been headed there all this time. Whatever choose exists between us. The end of our journeys in front of us. That's David Robertson reading from Blackwater, family legacy and blood memory. One of three books he has coming out this fall. To say, he's prolific is a bit of an understatement. The cree writer based in Winnipeg started writing in two thousand and nine and has already published more than twenty titles from the Governor General Award Winning Picture Book when we were alone to his graphic novel series the reckoner to his first novel, the evolution of Alice published in two thousand fourteen it seems like he can write in any genre for any age group. David Robertson is my guest on the show today. Thanks so much for being here, David All. Thanks for having me. It's a pleasure. So this month you published your most personal book to date a memoir called Blackwater family legacy and blood memory, which we just heard a bit from. And it chronicles the story of Your Dad's returned to the family trap line Norway House creed nation in northern. Manitoba. So first off most people wait until they're a lot older to write a memoir So why did you want to write now? Yeah. That's a great question and there's there's probably a bunch that goes into that answer. One of them is that you know I've been talking about my dad and I for the last eleven years ever since I was a published writer I found that when I was public speaking all of my talk somehow came back to my father and I and and he's played such a big role in. My own development my understanding of you know who I am as cree person. There's one time I was giving this lecture at University of Manitoba couple years ago where I was the same thing talking about my life in my father and our relationship, and then a professor came up to me after and said, you really have to write this down and so. Money as a writer I'd never thought about writing actually my own story and that really kind of jog something me were. I decided that that was something I. needed to do. The other part of it is that you know my father at the time was declining I mean he was still himself and he was still my dad but he we knew that our time with him a short it was getting shorter and I really wanted to start working on this because it was something I always wanted to do I wanted. To document his life and and our relationship the teachings he gave me for myself and for my family and so all of this kind of came together and made me feel this agency to write the story now, and certainly when we went to the trap line together two years ago, it felt like the framing for the story had happened because I think it was where we were journeying to. All these years together. That's that's where we were going to and so when we got there, it felt like the right time to document everything that had happened between us and in our own lives and teams like such a special trip to be able to go on. Yeah I mean it was I I. Don't know if I could even put it into words. I. Tried my best in the book but it was blackberries in the title of the book and I really did feel that blood member was something that played a big role into why Blackwater why this trap line my dad grew up on felt home to me as soon as I stepped off the boat onto the land. I just felt like I'd come home and I, know that watching dad, you know amble up the inclined towards this big boulder in the middle of this clearing I know he felt like he was home to it was incredibly emotional intensity emotional moment for us and it turned out that it was the only time it could have happened because you know dad passed away just this past December and it made me even more grateful for spending that time with him and being able to write. About that experience through his words in my own and did you learn anything you know anything about yourself while writing a memoir I know that you know when you when you go into material like this, you sort of have to dig back in sort of excavate your own life and sort of reexamine things maybe in a new perspective did you learn anything about yourself? Yeah. I think anytime you revisit your past and learn more about the people who came before you. You're inevitably going to learn more about who you. Are you know I've always said and I've learned from my dad, the process of you know understanding ourselves and who we are that journey starts well, before we were born starts with understanding who came before you and know certainly in this book, it talks about my grandmother and my dad and their lives before I was born and my dad's after I was born and all of that plays into forming a sense of identity. It helps to you to understand more about yourself and there's things in even researching this book that. I learned that kind of. Forced me to re contextualize my life in my identity. No. When I was a kid I, always believed that my parents drew grew up intentionally raising me to be non indigenous to protect me from. You know what they felt would have experienced growing up in the city in. Winnipeg. As a cre- kid and in the process of researching this book and a lot of that research was just sitting down with my dad spending hours with him talking he said that's not true. I. I never wanted to tell you what it meant to be original. But I never told you that I didn't want you to be my goal was to model that for you. But to give you the tools that you need to figure out for yourself and one of the things that always sticks with me as you said, how to teach you how to be crea- you are cre-. So nothing I can say can make you more or less cre-. Your journey is defined what that means. For Self and his role was to kind of guide me in a way to that understanding and I think he did that.

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"david robertson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"david robertson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Two thousand and nine but first let's bring in my partner the voice of the New York Yankees good evening John sterling well good evening Susan and I'm looking forward to this as we bring in an old friend David Robertson now how long the highlight they played was from the Minnesota game and it was game two I believe and David Robertson came in with the bases loaded and as you know Robertson always says that's my job I put Amman that might get him out and he did it you know Mike Francis I was kidding the game is going to follow and he said I promise you the Yankees are going to with that well it was a really big game game two of the ALCS the end user that so much trouble with the angels over the years they would small ball you to death now the Yankees had won the first game but they lose a second game we can all visiting teams in the playoffs they want to split the first two games and then we would go to Anaheim for the for the next three so the game that we're going to play tonight it was a very very big Yankee victory they went to the coast with a yes and we've got our guest here and I guess he still in Rhode Island the last time I did I looked you were living in Rhode Island David Robertson how are you this bloody altogether and I am no longer in Rhode Island I am down here and love this park on okay yeah okay I got it I got a question when I was texting you today and the two thousand and nine breakout year was really two thousand and eleven but I was texting John with David today and I'm just I was thinking back to two thousand and nine and he was out for a little while in two thousand and eight and then two thousand nine you started in triple a came up went down and I remembered that every time I went over to his locker he'd look at thirty two percent down again and what I was thinking for someone who was a seventeenth round pick and I'll get was going up and down on that Columbia shuttle and all that use it certainly turned into having a really tremendous career David Robertson it's crazy how things worked out yeah I can remember that two thousand nine every day on the field now in a movie going to be made they believe they gave me an option contract number four or five or whatever it was that simple as that doing anything I could to stay in the big leagues David you know you heard I hope you heard the highlight we played which actually came from the the division series the three game sweep against Minnesota well obviously you have to remember that here you are the young kid in the star studded Yankee bullpen and you came in and had the bases loaded no one out and got out of the inning of that has to be a great memory for you it really was if you could find anybody you know are they one of the bases loaded till I came in to put the bait may debate well in fact that you want to talk about a pressure cooker out there the process goes through valley we're just you know a couple young guys trying to figure out how to get out of this situation when I got into I mean you feel like everything was okay with the weight with on your on my shoulder right then and and after what I got from store kitchen and made everybody swung at the first pitch for their by deal with common yeah I remember a line drive due to share a and then the second out than the one we played the little fly ball by Harris to to center interestingly David I mean you were such a young kid and the Yankees did have a star studded book that obviously led by Mariano but you love to use coke and and domicile Mar che and chamberlain and use and a service that's a pretty darn good open that would be pretty difficult both and today we had some great ones and a lot of guys feel a lot of different roles there and it it it did we have to dispatch a good group of guys we all got along real well I mean no one would know once you're getting the ball in that full professorship you know what one of the things and we were talking we were we were talking to AJ Burnett who is talking about that game that game two of the ALDS that that we had played and of course you do this win that we're playing tonight that was your second win in the playoffs kinda laughing he was going back and forth about I don't know how he did it he always put guys on and then he got along and I was looking at what happened with you in the game we're going to play tonight game two of the ALCS you come on in the twelfth inning and you're replacing dom so mark today and and Mathis doubles thank you walk as tourists and then you get the look the last out strike out swinging it never really bothered you they have a lot of bass stated it was like you just did your stuff well yeah it doesn't bother me through all the normal legal basis that's the whole point you know because you know they're not escorts okay well David one one thing that happened in this second game that we're going to play and we mentioned that it would playing these games from the two thousand and nine season Alex Rodriguez who had a lot of problems in the playoffs before two thousand and nine he was Superman in the playoffs and in this game he did hit the game tying home runs of the Yankees were able to go ahead and win it and also that was a game the Yankees wanted it so much that Mariano Rivera got seven out in the in the ball game so you know it's one thing you guys really knew you had to get that game before going out to LA absolutely I mean if anybody's played against the how good and how those it's just hard to win games there I don't know what it is about playing there but I still like in all the years of planting a bomb there maybe three out of the you know whatever ten or ten or eleven years and once you're there and you just just tough to be out there and we just they do so it's just it's just they're bought their home ballpark and they got the advantage in her they play the game the right way and they were such a good at such a fast team two level payment based hadn't had power in their lineup it was they were extremely tough to take on an ad hoc so we knew we needed to win many games at home as we could you know to really take that series against them you know that year two thousand and nine CC so badly was talking about the fact that there was so many new guys and he thought things like Swisher and aging in the pies and people and they all were brought together and it really became a team really fast as a young kid who was concerned about you know you are concerned about whether you're going to slide back again and when you were you able to get a lot of that that whole camaraderie because that was a very special group and it was hard to do because there were so many new people yeah I think so I'm deathly still part of the team you know it took me a little while to get there Dublin with those guys and gals that young players coming after such a veteran presence in the clubhouse I tried to lay low as much as I could I'm sure I drove a lot of veterans not like yeah I I think you know towards the end of the year they opt out what part of the team and I felt like I was one of the guys that we counted on to do big things after the both candidates in just so much everybody up the same way they everyone just just got along real well we gave each other much crap all the time but everybody got through it you stand in line out there and played part of the good your Susan told me earlier David that you know in the in the two early years when you were up two thousand eight and nine you know you'd say to a my getting sent down I'm not going to stay here and of course you did this because of talent and because you had the ability to pitch in those type situations but you know now you look at it when whenever we start playing baseball again this would be your twelfth or thirteenth season in the big leagues so so you really done the job yeah I'm I'm I'm I have tried my best that's for sure I know I date you don't want to lose Tom will get everything I get when I get out there my goal is to win every time I don't I don't like to lose you know it it's interesting because both John and I have I have an affection for people that you know your seventeenth round draft pick you know I don't know how much people expected of that and like Brett Gardner a walk on in college and and all that it was not a high tech and everything there's something to say something to be said about guys that have to do it themselves in you we came as as good as anybody out in the pan but I'm trying to I'm was wondering out when did it change for you when you just stop asking people like me if I'm getting sent down today when when did that happen it was there some specific moment she active two thousand okay the two thousand eleven I felt like I would get that down anymore except that that's how long it took for me to realize that you just never know in this game and and you know they they're going to go with the hot hand this is long as they can and when you're not getting the job done you you got to be prepared for the trip back to triple a and and for me I just never want to go back I I knew did you know I made it through two thousand ten thirty ten fingers and I felt like I kind of started at that point figure out how to really pitch in the big leagues how to get gas out income two thousand eleven I felt like I was just my promise that women just I have a lot of things working for middle school or not what did work in the game and and that's when I kind of know solidified role for myself involved in anything you are what get finality welcome get hang around a place that I could do this I could I could be one of those gotten counted all the time but to be in the back end of a poultry and but it denture didn't happen quickly took me years to get there and I was you know.

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The Symphonic Side of Wynton Marsalis

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

02:15 min | 1 year ago

The Symphonic Side of Wynton Marsalis

"Wynton Marsalis was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his work. Blood on the fields at two and a half hour jazz or thorough about a couple moving from slavery to Freedom Freedom Heaven Jus- own freedom is on his aw. It was the first time a jazz composition had ever won. But even the Wynton Marsalis is best known as a jazz trumpet player he also as a classical composer. Sorry himself he has written four seemed funny as and a Violin Concerto and this year he released a recording of symphony number three the swing symphony with adjusted adjusted Lincoln Center Orchestra Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Robertson. In these but guess extra Wynton Marsalis sits down with Kurt Andersen to talk about his love of classical music. He says it all started with a chance encounter on a New Orleans Streetcar when he was just a kit. So guy went into the back of the STREE- rijkaard white trump'll from college. which was unusual for a white guy? DOOKIE saw my trumpet trumpet case. Weight as a kid in the in the seventies. You're you're you're sitting in the back of the Streetcar. 'CAUSE 'cause that's the wire you didn't have to was not required that's where you were just was a mandated. You you wanted to sit there. Yeah but it was an area that was not populated with white. Gotcha so this student for. Some reason stepped across those lines and put his trumpet case down by mine so I was not dead daddy to see him. Everybody of course started looking at him and he was insisting on. Tell me something I was kind of not as friendly and fuzzy as I should have been but then he gave me an album just absolutely ran. mcgurn said check this album and it was an album of a trumpet. Player named Maurice Andrey and I thought you know classical music okay. Okay man the famous French but I didn't know he was a dead time. I was thirteen and I read the the album jacket or something said that his parents were coal miners and man. Is People. Disguise people worked in coal mines and he played classical trumpet. I got to put this on when I get home so I put it on. It was a recording.

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"david robertson" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"david robertson" Discussed on The Short Porch

"Shop now and you get all that summer collection stuff for you. Let's and this show this. So this mission twenty-seven book came out, it's by Mark fines, and Brian Hoke. Big Yankees beat writer as got some crazy stories. Hopefully, we'll have one of these guys on the show some point soon to tell us more. But this a-rod birthday party is what's really apparently brought the entire two thousand nineteen together. It's that's the it wasn't a Rod's like God mode postseason run. It wasn't cici's. Dominant pitching wasn't the bullpen. Demoss Amore tail and Mary. Oh, no. It was just two thousand nine birthday party for a Rod's thirty fourth. I think it was. And it basically brought everyone together the big getting out of it. Jay z apparently was a basic coach for this team. He was with ten twenty four seven. I knew he like was big. But it sound like he was with the team every single day, which is kind of cool, obviously, he sees best friend rock nation all that. But the. Main point, how this David Robertson's just a loser. I hate Davor like we kind of touched on it where, you know, there was the story in the off season that he wanted to cut out people from the playoff shares. We I do think that was say we didn't know how legit that was and stuff. But then you hear this, too. It's like what a I mean that's coming from me. But like if you're if everyone else on the team is jumping into the pool like just like eight like whoever it was sending the book he's going to buy you, a new like don't like fat. He was getting actually upset when they're trying to push him in stuff is like, come on. So the background here, the moment, they get their all their CC and Burnett who seemed to be like these big pranksters, and they were just like yo we're all jumping in the pool with our clothes on at some point at this party. I don't know. Burnett burnett. Seems like a good guy party with. He seems like a it seemed like he he throat great barbecue. But deep barbecue would quickly get like. Outta hand. Yeah. Like off the rails costs might be called and Pernet. They were trying to, you know, plan this whole thing, and eventually a-rod I gotta jump in the pool which was like the shocked everybody with everything on, which is such a rich guy move, like, dude, if we're jumping into pool the other, and we've closed on taking my phone outsing. Oh, like on, I don't even know if Joe but in the pool that point, but I mean, they all jump in with everything on and everyone's in the pool like all the wives all the players. And then there's just David Robertson. So here's what they say, David Robertson was balking. He was actually upset. This is from Kevin long Kevin long. He was very upset..

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"david robertson" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"david robertson" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Mason in Ireland t-shirts tickets, my exclusive screening of avengers endgame, which is April the twenty fifth all that stuff going on as we speak and the dodgers are getting ready to start the season. It is in about a half hour. The season starts in about a half hour. John. I said, I would I would tell you who the biggest threat to the dodgers will be in the postseason either. I think you're going to say the Phillies, I write. I'm absolutely going to say the Philly. I I know you're very high in Phillies. Andrew mccutchen is already homered today. They signed Bryce Harper. Obviously, they traded for Sean Johnson Gora. They've they they traded for John Carlos. JT muto. Yeah. There's they signed closer, David Robertson. They've got a rotation now with Aaron Nola who's a Cy Young candidate, Jake Arrieta, Vince Velazquez, Nick pathetic, Zach effluent they are going to be a handful in the National League east a handful picking the nationals to win that division. I think that they're gonna have a comeback year assures her unless I looked up. I don't know what he was that now, but he had ten strikeouts. Halloween game. Sherzer as a machine and their rotation is improved. Yeah. I mean, they trust Burke act. They're they're gonna have Strasbourg they signed Patrick Corbin from the Diamondbacks. A really good lefty. They've got a really nice rotation. Their bullpen is a bit of a mess and their lineup there. Everyday lineup is not what it was last year without Harper. I still think they'll get up for a while card. But I, but I don't they'll be in the one game plan, and Greg you're picking the Braves to come out of that. I'm thinking the Braves I like the rotation. Mike fulton. Evans. We'll come back, and he'll be he was great last year. Sean nukem, basically almost no hit us that one game. This dodgers. Their lineup is really strong. Freddy Freeman Nick Marquette endurance yard run into kunia juniors an MVP candidate, Donald kunia junior. Josh Donaldson is now that everyday third base..

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"david robertson" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"david robertson" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"And of course, they still have Josh hater who could go from single digit saves to thirty you know, and make my do not draft looks do not draft look ridiculous. What is happening here? Who do you think it's Milwaukee Seve's the first week or two? I mean, I think it's got to be hater at this point. Because he said Jeffers will be on the I L and khanate might also be on it. So it's gotta be hater. I personally liked Canabal. This this really took me by surprise. I wasn't aware of the fact that he was having this many injury issues or any question about that. I still think he's got great stuff. And I think he has the ability to bounce back to close to where he was two years ago. Yeah, you have knievel in your bold statements article, and I agree with every part of it. I think he's ten closer if he's healthy. But I wasn't aware. Then he wasn't how this stuff changes literally every day. Something changes in the closer ranks checkout Tristan's article there, we'll get bold with him a little bit more. Any other close situations that you're watching this weekend up until opening day? I feel like we know at least two thirds of them by now. But I'll ask you cardinals. What do you think? Like, you think they're going matchup based I think they are trying to gear Alex race up to kind of preview for the closer role during the year. Do think it's going to be a little bit more Hicks getting the job initially. But I think that there will be matchup somewhere under Miller does get the ball twins. What do you think? I personally feel like it's going to be Trevor may at that could be another matchups bullpen new manager rockabilly in the like, I mean, he might go with the match ups approach. I think maze. The guy you want to invest in. You may close. He may not have out the Phillies. I actually like your projections dead on for this with the exception that you know, I like Hector narrates a lot. And I think there might be days. He gets thrown in their head of threatening Dominguez, even so I think there will be you know, it's going to be something like twenty five ten twelve for Dominguez and maybe narrow gets five to eight. I think they're going to move them around of it. Yeah. I don't think David Robertson gets more than twenty five saves and keep saying that it's going to be committee. I and I'm fine with that. That's a good way to do it. The do business ranted Anthony you don't want pitching on consecutive days. For example. We're having last year Robertson, can but you can bring in Robertson seven if you need to. So the one I was still draft. I there as Robertson, but Dominguez would not be far behind. How 'bout the how apes? Braves. Okay. Well, it's Vizcaino for now. But he isn't. That's another guy where and terrible. I. Yeah. Okay. So so now, they matter now this house that if that matters house when a closers walking people and doesn't have velocity it's not things a thirty three year olds starting pitcher guaranteed vigil opening day. Just don't think it's the same. So and the scandal. Unlike fires miss half of last season. So they're they're not remotely the same. But I all I could say it's neither one has impressed me. And I haven't seen any great great number of outings by either one. So it's not like, it's a radical change. But neither one is impress me. And you're right Vizcaino on impressive the spring. White sox. What team are you going to mention? Call him. But yeah, they're saying it's calm..

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"david robertson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"david robertson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It's going to have to be ownership that really recruits, you know, someone like Mike trout, but you know, with with you look at Michael Franko. You look at our do bowl Harare. You look at you know, Aaron Nola. I mean, there are some good young pieces Phillies club. And I remember talking to Jake Arrieta last year about it. He said, you know, what we don't have. We don't have the veterans who know how to win. And you know, you out of a touching. You outta gene cigar you David Robertson guys who have been in the postseason. Now, you're writing Bryce Harper another guy who's been in the postseason that that might be the final straw that they need. So it's not like the Phillies are far away. You know? The White Sox have had down years losing one hundred games. Things like that the Phillies are pretty damn close. Probably when you look at this roster. If you look at their pitching, though, do they have enough starting pitching or are they now going to try and engage Dallas Kyko who on March first is at home. I know in common denominator with Dallas Keiko and GIO Gonzalez. Who's also out there still and Bryce Harper is that they're all represented by Scott Boris? And we know that there are certain teams that are not afraid to to get several of Boris his clients on the same roster. Look to Washington nationals were like that from a lot of years, and they had pretty good success. They weren't able to win in October that they did have pretty good success. So yeah, certainly, there's the players are at least whispering about that possibility care. Bye. Always we always have Pedro on on Sunday Sunday afternoons on the Dickerson and hood, she on the network now always asked Pedro the off the wall question. I asked you last year. What's the one team that you'd never hear from the where the phone is kind of cold that phone number doesn't ring very often you told us last year Padres. How how does that number now? Padres conversation with Machado being there. Well, yeah. I mean, you look at that infield that that they could have for for the next decade..

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"david robertson" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"david robertson" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"But what that suggests to me is some sort of managerial approach that at the very start of the season Kappler was telling people to run for some reason. And then at the end of the season, he was telling them not to you know. So I just don't know maybe that just had to do with the sort of players that they had that, you know, because obviously as you mentioned Quinn still stole ten bases in like a hundred and forty three plate appearances. And so it's possible. But it's just something that like, I is affiliate van. I'm kind of looking at coming into the season, specifically regards gene Segarra that like I feel like one option is. Is that now that there are maybe more stolen base type players. Maybe it becomes more part of their game. There's also the potential that we actually see cigarettes stolen bases. Go down a little bit because it's not part of the managerial playbook, you know? And I don't have any answer. But I just wanna bring that up with the second half ass MC to if he thought maybe Cobos wearing down maybe capitalist and saying we're not gonna take any extra chances here, and maybe run out of some innings or even spark up some injuries, potentially. You know? So that there is there is that aspect of it. But maybe they're more equipped to run this year two with guys like Hernandez and singer at the top even cut and has some speed when we of course, we're talking about Quinn Kingery can run. So maybe it's maybe it's a team dynamic thing that changes as Kappler sees fit. Let's move onto the David Robertson piece. Just are Jason. I would imagine. This means that you think he's going to be the fulltime closer here or. Do you think he can get sixty top sixty player even maybe sharing some of the saves? Maybe ten twelve spill off over to Dominquez. I think the lighter I think he can share some of the says, I don't think he needs to be the full time closer to have this type of value. You right now. Would you look he's a very deliberate pattern in his career? I mean, he has thrown he has never exceeded the seventy any Mark in his career. But he's never also pitched fewer than sixty innings and Joe Girardi has always been very rigid with him. It's like all right. You're in frenetic or your maybe for four batters baby for five, but he's very low percentage of work in those multiple in those multiple any formats, which is a strange we late in the National League. There's more opportunity for him to stay in. You don't have to you. Can you look at him like a good Dwight leave a man do I have to pull them out. And I know that some of that comes in for some of the rules, but he he strikes out quite a bit. And I think he can be used more net. Capacity to. To to exceed to get to the hundred strikeout plateau that he hasn't done since two thousand eleven at one of the things the prediction really where I put him around as being the first gut being the first guy to win ten games and save ten games since Andrew Miller, Andrew Miller did that. And before that, it was Francisco Cordero two thousand six that's been it. And I think the the situation is there for Robertson to do that with the National League with a manager who's not so rigid in his utilization of his relievers. And that's why I think he's that's why I think he could be top sixty pitcher at the end of the year with the with with everything he can do doesn't need to be a fulltime closer. I don't he's too. Good to be a fulltime swing man. But he's deathly good enough to use us anytime in the seventh eighth or ninth which puts them in great positions for wins or saves. Oh, Andy still going to strike out guys because that's what he's done forever. Just an I've kind of kind of felt like Robertson's a undervalued, obviously, he hasn't been a fulltime closer for the last couple of years. But he just goes out may is difficult to hit puts up. Great ratios. Tons of strikeouts. Obviously is going to be back in at least a a coast closer shared this year and get a bunch of saves that way..

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"david robertson" Discussed on The Russillo Show

The Russillo Show

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"david robertson" Discussed on The Russillo Show

"And there that really I mean, the thing is is getting no those players man like this past just this past October. We had our our opening men's Bank with men's basketball Bank with David Robertson came back to speak new. That's a blessing Robinson is one of the most to me revere respected players of all time on off. The is just dynamic the Admiral to have him come. I call them. I'll be I mean me the blessed to play for Larry Bird like at the Pacers after within ninety the became magic the impact teatime on the world play against and you can't become friends with him. So to me, I look back John stock on all these guys like hanging around the hotel giving him and now to their kids. Right. David Robinson, got two two boys. Living ac-, they come games now. So that's me is really what I cherish. I look back and just think about a bump in the Clyde Drexler. Remember that day we went out with any. They were playing tennis in Monmouth those things like that really sticking my mind. More at the games. Yeah. That was I've read the Jack McCallum book on it. You know, it was great. And I know we did a big thing ESPN and the whole deal, and I've talked to Charles talked to magic I've talked to CLYDE about it. And I mean here I am like now I'm just writing it off like it's not a big thing. And it's actually incredible honor to talk to somebody about that. But hey, it's something that's made Saint John's while the team I still emotionally care about the outcomes, which is kinda cool because I don't really care about that many things that much anymore when you work in this this long, but I'm just really really proud of you and proud of what you've done with the school and this program. I can't wait to come back east and catch a game, man. So thanks so much for your time. 'cause I really. You're right. Always a pleasure, man. So used to okay, I have more on the NFL that I wanna do a little bit on James harden. But before do that and finish up today's pod we all put off doing things we need to do. I know, you know, look to organize the garage or I'm trying to figure out if I want to apply for this jet pack Racing League. But I know I'm gonna put it off until it's too late. All this lodger taking up, but something always gets in the way funny. How home security can be like that. You know? It's a good idea. But there's always something holding you back..

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"david robertson" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"david robertson" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"At all. I thoroughly expect Machado will be signing in New York. Probably sometime in the next week. I don't know what's been taking so long. But I think at the end of the day Machado ends up in New York. He plays third base. And ER moves over to I or or D H or whatever into into low Kinmen shortstop until. Until dis ready to come back. I think that's exactly exactly how it's going to break down there. Now. Is there any league when you're taking toilet ski only? Sure. I don't think I would really take a gamble on him in anything shallower. I just can't imagine. He's gonna shortstop is just so deep xactly in a fifteen Ling, I've been kind of finalizing my ranks, you know, start releasing them in in various places and. Shortstop is got to be the deepest position in fantasy this year. So I can't imagine there's any league other than L where I'm really looking at Troy toilet ski. Yep. I fully agree with that. I just unless we saw something crazy and spring where he really started to look like previous iteration of two if that happens in his his his uh value skyrockets doc would go up, and then the cost might be co become cost prohibitive. So yeah, really looking ale only for two but interesting sign there again, I don't think it takes them out of Machado the way. Some folks do. He's just not good enough to really do that. All right. David Robertson goes over to the Phillies. This is a good move for the Phillies. They're getting the signings on the edges here that understates it a little bit. I'm not I'm not trying to take away from Dave Robertson. But they haven't done their big one yet is what I'm trying to say they've done the ones around it. Koch in Robertson. And that is the key. Like are. They are they going to do it. They got cigarettes. Here's the thing. Even if they don't they've had a good off season. I really do believe that would be a little bit disappointing because everyone penciled them in ink them in not pencilled inked them in for one of the biggies as if they didn't get it would it would come across as a bit of a disappointment. But I do think that that even if they don't you have to look at this team and saying, okay, they've definitely improved the ball club. David Robinson comes in. Is he going to take that closer's job from Sarangani Dominguez who who's been definitely lightly Pennsylvania, this point he hasn't closed in a while as a primary closer that doesn't mean. He hasn't been showing the skills for David Robertson to be an elite level closer. I still think that if he gets the job he'd be premium d think he's going to start the season with the job. I don't know that I trust any buddy on this team to start the season with the job. I think. That this is going to be a committee. I think. It's just going to go back and forth. All they'll be open to doing that. Because obviously, heavy stabilize. Yeah. I mean, they didn't have a David Robertson either. Yeah. I mean, let's see I just pulled up. I like Hector narrates. They're not David Robertson. I don't really like Hector. But I like, Sir Anthony, and I like Syrian sitting a lot but time for a team that one is many games. They did, sir. Anthony had sixteen saves Nara said eleven hunter had four arena ahead. Three a bunch of guys had one might think that I think you're gonna see more of the same. So maybe Robertson gets fifteen saves. I'm gonna put them higher into the low twenties..

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"david robertson" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"david robertson" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"But also other positions those guys that you think are just more likely to stick on a major league restor at some point. You got anything you wanna say about David Robertson. Yeah. I think we should talk briefly about that. So David Robertson representing himself on the free agent market. This. Year signed with the Philadelphia Phillies for what two years twenty three million. David Robertson has been just one of my favorite levers for a while now. And I think he's probably underrated just because he hasn't really gotten that many saves. I mean, he was a closer for three years or three years and part of another year, but he is just really one of the top relievers in baseball since he came into the game. If you look at all relievers since two thousand eight that's when he broke into the big leagues, although this is equally true for since two thousand nine and since two thousand ten and since two thousand eleven he is the fourth most valuable reliever according to fan, graphs war after the trinity of aroldis Chapman kenley Jansen and Craig kimbrel. Those three guys obviously the highest profile relievers of this era, flame throwers and closers, and then you've got David Robertson number four. Who does not throw nearly that hard? But the way that he succeed says. Is always fascinated and impressed me there's just a an element of deception there that has served him really wealth. What I what I did enjoy when I was doing some research. I wrote about Robertson on Thursday and going back to two thousand two just using some fan graph stuff. He has the second largest reverse platoon split for any right handed pitcher he has dominated left east from the very beginning. He's had a he's been better against lefties and righties in nearly every single season of his career by weight on base. Advertise has been fifty points more successful against lefties than righties. So it is interesting in a case. Like, this the Phillies had been looking for left handed help all over the pitching staff. They end up signing. Righty? Who is basically a lefty reliever. And it's it's fascinating. I agree with you that I think he's he's been underrated. I thought I remembered some recent season where he wasn't very good. And then they went back through numbers and note turns out he's always been pretty good. And I think there was just one ears walks out of control or something. But it's really interesting because he saved so good. He's always gotten so many strikeouts. But his style of pitching has changed. Fairly drastically. He used to throw seventy five to eighty percent fastballs and last season for the first time in his career. He threw more curve balls than he threw fastballs. It's just a I think the telltale sign of real good major leaguer is someone who can stay good for while as opposed to just being a flash in the pan for season or to the Afghan good, Wyoming, adjustments and Robertson has as done that. That's what everyone says about relievers. That's the stereotypical line. They're just flashing the pants, and it's you can't count on them from year to year, and that is often true, which is maybe partly a product of the types of pitchers who become relievers. But also just a product of the small samples and you throw sixty innings, and you can get a weird Babb appear look bad, but he has ever had one of those years and he's been in the big leagues since two thousand eight has always been pretty good. And sometimes been extremely good. So I think we should celebrate that sort of consistency. So the think he did a good job at H inting. Did he represent himself? Well, as two years Twenty-three with a twelve million dollar club option for a third season in the range that David Robertson deserves. It's not as big as his previous contract, of course..

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"david robertson" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"david robertson" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"But also other positions those guys that you think are just more likely to stick on a major league restor at some point. You got anything you wanna say about David Robertson. Yeah. I think we should talk briefly about that. So David Robertson representing himself on the free agent market. This. Year signed with the Philadelphia Phillies for what two years twenty three million. David Robertson has been just one of my favorite levers for a while now. And I think he's probably underrated just because he hasn't really gotten that many saves. I mean, he was a closer for three years or three years and part of another year, but he is just really one of the top relievers in baseball since he came into the game. If you look at all relievers since two thousand eight that's when he broke into the big leagues, although this is equally true for since two thousand nine and since two thousand ten and since two thousand eleven he is the fourth most valuable reliever according to fan, graphs war after the trinity of aroldis Chapman kenley Jansen and Craig kimbrel. Those three guys obviously the highest profile relievers of this era, flame throwers and closers, and then you've got David Robertson number four. Who does not throw nearly that hard? But the way that he succeed says. Is always fascinated and impressed me there's just a an element of deception there that has served him really wealth. What I what I did enjoy when I was doing some research. I wrote about Robertson on Thursday and going back to two thousand two just using some fan graph stuff. He has the second largest reverse platoon split for any right handed pitcher he has dominated left east from the very beginning. He's had a he's been better against lefties and righties in nearly every single season of his career by weight on base. Advertise has been fifty points more successful against lefties than righties. So it is interesting in a case. Like, this the Phillies had been looking for left handed help all over the pitching staff. They end up signing. Righty? Who is basically a lefty reliever. And it's it's fascinating. I agree with you that I think he's he's been underrated. I thought I remembered some recent season where he wasn't very good. And then they went back through numbers and note turns out he's always been pretty good. And I think there was just one ears walks out of control or something. But it's really interesting because he saved so good. He's always gotten so many strikeouts. But his style of pitching has changed. Fairly drastically. He used to throw seventy five to eighty percent fastballs and last season for the first time in his career. He threw more curve balls than he threw fastballs. It's just a I think the telltale sign of real good major leaguer is someone who can stay good for while as opposed to just being a flash in the pan for season or to the Afghan good, Wyoming, adjustments and Robertson has as done that. That's what everyone says about relievers. That's the stereotypical line. They're just flashing the pants, and it's you can't count on them from year to year, and that is often true, which is maybe partly a product of the types of pitchers who become relievers. But also just a product of the small samples and you throw sixty innings, and you can get a weird Babb appear look bad, but he has ever had one of those years and he's been in the big leagues since two thousand eight has always been pretty good. And sometimes been extremely good. So I think we should celebrate that sort of consistency. So the think he did a good job at H inting. Did he represent himself? Well, as two years Twenty-three with a twelve million dollar club option for a third season in the range that David Robertson deserves. It's not as big as his previous contract, of course..

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"david robertson" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"david robertson" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Having reinvented himself as a slider machine, and has my co author Travis such has documented he was one of the most effective pitchers in baseball relievers. That is and he. Has innings pitched almost eighty innings at an extremely high success rate, very high strikeout rate. I just think he doesn't have the closer label. He's just gotten the occasional safe. But I don't know of all the relief options out there. He looks like among the most appealing to me. So I could see him getting a fourth year possibly or just a high av. I don't know of is there a better bet among the name brand relievers. Like, you've got David Robertson out there. You've got Britain. You've got familia you've got Kimbrell. I don't know. I probably put my money on out of you know. Yeah. There's a good one. I know that maybe teams would be a little put off. Yes. Like, a extreme crossfire delivery, which it's at least anecdotally been suggested that could kinda messed you up it's bad for your command. And like out of, you know, even at the best defense is not a command pitcher. He's look at this crazy for his slider. The stuff is incredible. He's he's a little bit. If you think of it like a libra version of Patrick Corbin or is just to bitches, but they are great. Yep. And easier to be a reliever with two pitches started. But I don't know if I take the over there. But I think that there is a good argument for him to go over and the idea of vino making about the same money as Joe Kelley as laughable to me. Yeah. Okay. Okay. So this is pick number seven for me. I feel like at some point. I should take an over. But don't okay, that's a missed. I know. I mean this their players I like here, but still maybe two biased by what happened. Okay. Well, I feel like I should take it over. So I'm going to the under inch over Kate hill. Is pegged here for two years and twenty two million dollars. I like Trevor K hill quite a bit. I think I've written about him a number of times in the last few years because he was really interesting when he joined the Padres last year, he was really interesting when he was traded royals. Then it got hurt. He was interesting with the as the year went up getting hurt and Trevor Cahill just through one hundred ten innings, which he hasn't really clips that in any meaningful way since twenty thirteen. He's now thirty he's going to be thirty one. And if you look at him, I think his his blend of strikeouts and decent control and ground balls is great. But there's a little bit of like classic Brent Anderson here where you say, wow, the peripherals are really really strong. Some teams is going to get that guy to stay healthy. Well, he doesn't stay healthy. He signed last year for this true that he signed for one and a half million dollars after last year. Wow. Okay. I'm real confident taking this under. I do not think K is going to get twenty two million dollars. I think he will get. Where should get a year? And I don't know eight million maybe ten he's got perfectly. Interesting repertory actually still throwing in the low nineties with his fastball. Breaking up all that. But the healthcare strikeouts and gets grounders it's appealing combination. But yeah, no, no team consigned Trevor on we've got this guy for October. You just can't do that. I think that's great during. Yeah. Okay. With my seventh pick. I think I will take a player who will not play here next year Richards. I'm gonna take the overrun Garrett Richards at two years and ten million. It's maybe this is bold. But Richards, obviously has been one of the tantalizing starters out there. He is still a spin rate monster still throws, really hard. And he had Tommy John surgery finally after trying PRP and stem cells and all the rest of it. And I. You know, he'll obviously get a multi year deal because he's not gonna pitch this year and some team we'll hope that he comes back in his great in twenty twenty. But they're just I mean there have to be so many teams that would wanna take the risk and signed Garrett Richards for post Tommy John surgery that I just.

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"david robertson" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"david robertson" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"I remember I went on, I went on your fucking old show prior to his draft, and I remember teasing like for like two weeks leading up to it. Like I gotta take Becker. Yeah. Yeah. And I was like, he's going to be better than Davis and I wouldn't take this but I know that a chance now say this. The thing about eighty like he wouldn't have taken it at Kentucky, either like a hundred two hundred pound eighty would have pushed, you bet. Again, woulda got broken hand, but you'd still not gonna just push him around. Like his Nago jersey. Wow. McCollum. Jay is not gonna like to hear that. Oh, no. Yet, nobody you're right to the woes Naty euless like what are the wolves need to like? 'cause they need a tough guy right now. The need something that's I'm I don't even. I'm trying to. Ties Gibson's tough. I don't feel like toughness. Is there. If like towns really might be David Robertson who was really good, might share made all be as when MVP, but it's like if that's your guy when it's time to go, he he can't get you there. And he like sometimes you need a Tim at which, again, no shame in that. No, for sure. Not is just like no one, no one holds that against him Doug and exactly zero p whole David Robinson. What would that's the thing? It's like all along these projections like man, he might be the next Dunkin and now is looking like, okay, maybe he's the next Robson still all famous still very good, but clearly get between those guys. I'm just trying to think like, but you can get better deals for him. But like I just want Markeith Morris just in my locker room lie trade, Jimmy bell at Washington gimme market. I think ties is tough. Like I know is I don't know if he's like rubbing off on other guys type tough. Like when when you get like a k. g. and obviously that has to do with the talent to. But when like when he came into Boston completely changed the defense, I just made it a completely different team marquee comes in there. And now they're just fighting people once a week like that, and maybe they just need to get that out of their system next year. They focused on basketball, maybe. And again, I guess I just don't do like who that by art that who'd be great for I think Draymond green. Yeah, like that will if they good, it would never have them if they relate, you'll man just like we, we know you'll call him on his shit. And we know when you do, you'll be right, right. Like it won't be coming from, you know, Butler like the guy that is that with teammates, both places. Yeah, talked about working hard and then get hung over for the all star game, which again is hilarious verify, but yet, you know, it's coming from somewhere like, okay. Yeah. Okay. Draymond all my ass. I needed to do better than I think that's what he needs. I just is one Draymond and I, I don't think he's going anywhere anytime soon. I don't even know who assured right now would. Would help. I'm trying to think of a lesser guy Marcus. Aw. But I don't. I was thinking like Robin Lopez cause a at a twin brother who had to deal with his whole fucking life. So we had to do with that. They just like. Glow peasant cat would just be weird together. They would, but I think that's why he would listen to him 'cause they would bond on that level. Robin Lopez doesn't take shit like when he's on what he does not take anyone's shit, not say who else they need dre mine and guy like Nene Oli of course. I mean nays. Nate probably doesn't respect him enough to teach him though. That's the problem. It wouldn't be a t- loud. Does hope like this practice. So yeah, right. Try to post on an oak tree. Picture of him posting boogie he's yes, just I have tried it once. I mean, someone who would be perfect, but it's just completely impossible is Al Horford. Yeah, that's the whole thing..

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"david robertson" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"david robertson" Discussed on The Short Porch

"They're hiding him, hiding his Glock for anything he can. He just, it was filled and he was the fourth best outfielder of the four that guys that they had right defensively, right. But I think it's important for the whole team next year for him to be in that in in left field, I think opened up that the spot. It rotating more dot. Half day off, Gary, especially might be on that spot more look, really confused on your phone right now. Do something, but forget it. My next guy. So mccutchen what's his deal? What do you. Yeah, yeah. I look, I said, at the other day, running a ton of faith. Anytime he came to play in, I would have preferred Pinchitting too hard for him yesterday in that spot. He didn't do anything for me. I know I know drew walks but whatever, like into enough for me to think that he he's back-back season. We'll say he was a lot of fun on Instagram, and he gave us like we've had that type of guy like bring a social media aspects of the team. And I mean, that's just like the the young fan in me, but mccutchen fun and he had a high on base percentage which help with the analytics and shit. But yeah, the NSA like, you know, didn't really do anything in October. Yeah, yeah. Can you hear me was? I like him. I can hear. Okay. There's just. We, especially with ellsbury like I don't know what the halls. We forgot about that. We'll be ellsbury like recovered from injury by by next year. Yeah, you would think that paper cut. He had in twenty sixteen may finally be healed up by next year. Forget he's got to be cut. I keep forgetting about him. He'll be cut. I most the point of he's a waste of roster spot, Steve AM and eat the money. You can say you you've stuck with them for five years now, right? Yeah, five years you're left just just less than so they option won't be picked up. All right. Just eat it. Africa Ellsberg even put him on this list. What I see this is I think the most important guy, I will do one more David Robertson. Where do you, where do you dear up? So I put him in Britain in the category of I want the other feel like with those. Yeah. I mean, duct Britain left meet. Like in the regular season. I prefer act Brinton, but postseason it was like David Robertson. I trusted so much every time he came in in the postseason. Can only bring one back. They're gonna have a lefty Tarpley's going to be a good arm next year he I may go to. Dave Roberts and honestly sack bring. I don't know how much I I mean, I know another year then he'll be removed from his injury could return to dominance. I know I'm gonna put myself down TBN on that one, but I want one of them back. Yes, I agree on this is obviously the most important one. Well, so these interchangeable bird invite what happens with those guys. I think they're, they're both back next season and they they both have is what's gonna happen. They're both gonna battle out spring training or birds four fifteen spring training because he always does get the starting job. Again, Luke void will be like the backup Anil end up being a starting first baseman by. Yeah. Have to buy back in the boy. I mean you just you. I mean, I don't show what is his contract situation. I would be shocked with arbitration album. So yet eligible yet while he is like semi like old, he's twenty seven. So let's see. I'm curious. He's twenty seven. We're Gucci with him. Okay, great. He's under team control for two more years and then arbitration eligible. Twenty twenty one for the first time. So we have him forever. He's trapped in near, but I think like that while actually made that kind of like it'd be happy if we're being honest look like, look void this point next season. I'm not sure he's on the t. I disagree. I think he showed that he's not just this homeowner bus guy, like even in the in the Wednesday game, like he didn't do much. She had a couple of walks, but his his. This sounds like a Greg bird apologised, but his plate recognition is credible, like pitch. Drew walk exactly..

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"david robertson" Discussed on Newsmakers

Newsmakers

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"david robertson" Discussed on Newsmakers

"Oh you're the man of the day tomorrow you get the key to the city alex cora not so much that's line buddy it's tough it's a tough market to to have a tough first day but i believe in cora's intellect and and feel for his players as clubhouse ultimately will you know the managerial game is a difficult one between the lines and we'll see you know a couple rookie skippers had a rough day will again agape kappler situation a minute but i will say like as much as you don't want overact oprah day it's easy to get fixated on the stanton judge dynamic and that being such a big separator for yankees but when you looking at the keys and red sox to me the biggest difference and i think boston you have a very good bullpen obviously have craig kimbrel it's a great start but to me that's the biggest gap perhaps is the bullpen the setup situation the yankees are just so deep there right i mean david robertson tommy keenly don't matanzas they just have so many monsters back there guys who had north of ten strikeouts per nine last season whereas the red socks of course you know carson smith and tyler thornburg they have not gotten the returns on those trades that they expected and enjoyed kelly's always had great stuff and he made some adjustments as last season went along but he's also had some really you know terrible stretches in his career in the bullpen as well so so i i don't know what to make of their set of situation than i do think they can piece together with those arms but it was just one of those where you know i impress our are strong impressions in many cases and you know if that is an area to be concerned about you know the the bullpen went would strike me as the area to be concerned about what you're talking about those two teams matching up against each other.

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"david robertson" Discussed on PTI

PTI

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"david robertson" Discussed on PTI

"We saw people thirty first they dylan baton sis and happy forty second birthday keri russell the tana's is the yankee reliever was not a raw this chapman david robertson what he is a fourtime allstar last year he had nine thousand nine holds and ten saves keri russell is the star of the best show on television the americans the americans final season begins airing next wednesday on fx i look keri russell with the best show on television yes i think not this this is us is easily the bishop until actually this shows the best show on television diversity nc state on this day forty four years ago north carolina state ended ucla streak of seven national championships with a double overtime victory in the final four i was there there were like a billion throws on those teams including david thomson tom burleson monte tau bill walton jamaal wilkes andre mccarter and marcus johnson and one of the nc state starters tim stoddard pitched in the major league league's tony is that nc state team in the running for best college basketball team ever passively has to be i know you love that task to be a melancholy happy trails to wayne high zenga the florida businessman died last night at age eighty he's the only american denver startup three fortune five hundred businesses waste management blockbuster and auto nation at one point in the nineteen nineties zanga owned the miami dolphins the florida marlins and the florida panthers he won a world series with the marlins got to the stanley cup finals with the panthers but is ena said his biggest regret was not win the super bowl with the dolphins totally that's even wider imprints you will than say a poland had a washington that is quite acidic presence wayne highs has had for a long time absolutely let's go the big finish and go kristie safety eric reed says he'll no wonder protests during the anthem we get a gig hope he gets a gig but i have my doubts sony then i hope you'll protest if he wants to the griffey's loss of the hornets by sixty one defender squat and the walker had forty six points on.

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"david robertson" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"david robertson" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"And restock the farm system and that transition now to winning is as you mentioned closer and quicker than the yankees actually thought the five players they added a deadline this year on the roster right now listen i don't think they're here without them especially david robertson he's they're andrew miller this year so yeah i think they looked at a core young talent thank you worry good and seventeen i'm not sure they thought they would be here and seventeen and i agree by the way they went tonight their series i thought coming in colony yankees had to win one game that is started by kyko or vera lander at their own two so far they have tonight and then they have game 6 against ver landed after win one of those two tom verduci yankee stadium i'm watching the dodgers and baseball has a history of quirky players our bosque marked fitr h manny ramirez mookie rivers brian wilson i'm leaving all sorts of people off the list you could you could go on that pirate team that had star julen manny an idiot quirky corky personalities pete rose you know charlie hustle sliding the first and third some reason baseball has not embraced even in his own clubhouse at times yes he'll play again when i watch him with the dodgers tom i'm thinking to myself outside a kershaw and turner i could argue he's the third most important player on that roster due to his energy he's got a rodman quality where he wasn't pippen her jordan but he added an element you couldn't describe why doesn't baseball embrace a more or perhaps have they now since he went to the minor leagues income men came back.

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"david robertson" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"david robertson" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"The perfect scenario for the indians will be to have corey kleuver pitch into the late innings maybe give the ball the andrew miller then give the ball to cody alan just those three guys on the yankee side i really expected going into this game joe girardi probably as it pencil out this way that we are going to pitch cc sabathia why i think he's gonna throw well man is he confident right now and he's feeling good about how he's throwing he's going to pitch cc sobat the up into the second turned through the order of them and at that point i think he'll go battered a batter once he gets about fifteen batters into the game and then in the bullpen david robertson tommy canley a role this chap and chad green those four guys of the guys he's going to rely on a take it whenever he gets about the other i don't think della matanzas will be in the mixed today unless they go into extra innings what he thinks yeah i i agree and i think a lavish short leash with see the'de not because c is not effective i think you'll be really good today also and i promise you and you know him buster see if he's not gonna come in to the clubhouse today saying look i can give you a three or four really good end each year he said look i'm gonna go salmon at least and i'm going to get the ball to our premier guys and we're going to win this game even though it's an all hands on deck game tabatha being the ferocious competitor that he is is gonna say i'm going until you take me out as long as i can go that's what i'm doing and that's the way you gotta do it in an elimination gate.

andrew miller joe girardi della matanzas corey kleuver cody alan david robertson chad green