17 Burst results for "Debbie Garcia"

"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:17 min | 8 months ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"What do you want to look for to. But there's not five things to look forward to look forward to. There's not going forward to sort of right way to say it. They'll just like what what. What can we talk about looking ahead. I wanna know is aaron judge. Because he was on fire the entire month of august and then he went in ofer seventeenth stretch and he's sitting one sixty seven with only one extra base hit and his last thirty plate appearances. Aaron boone has talked about how he's having good swings at the plate the yes broadcast polo deal and michael kay opined for fifteen straight minutes about herod look at how long air judge lets the ball travel. He's hitting week fly balls to right field. I want to know. Is he physically okay because this is reminding me of two thousand nineteen when he was not healthy trying to inside out everything because he could not pull the ball. That's what i'm seeing at the plate right now from judge for all for everything we're seeing. He's healthy the leading. The ball travel deeper into the deeper into the strike zone. Deeper into that. That's just his approach. That's where that was his new approach. That was how he changed his swing. We talked to the the hitting coach that turned him around. That was a big piece of this. His swing is in zone longer therefore he can let the ball travel so he can make adjustments much easier and he's got a higher percentage two a barrel percentage whether the ball is deeper in the in the in his stats or out in front. He's just got higher percentage of making contact. That's why we see the home run to right field. That's why we see those lazy fly balls potentially sometimes to right field go out of the park. He's he's got a swing that allows them to do that. It's genius swing. I don't know what to tell you. He went but he's not. He's not pulling the ball yes he yes. You're right. let the ball travel that. That's better plate coverage of flatter swing all. Those things is great but it in august and pretty much for the entire season he was still able to get around on the ball and pull the ball and hit it with authority to all fields. He's not doing that right now. Maybe it's a slump. Maybe he's just a little tired because he's played more games this year than he has since his rookie season. Or maybe he's injured. That's all i'm saying. He's starting to come out of it a little bit. But i think it's a slump. I think we're looking at a slump. I'm the guy was on fire for practically a month. He's going to cool down just like this team is unfortunately just like the way that that toward streak and his cold stricker happening. It's mirroring what the team is doing. It's either it's hot or it's not that's it there's no inbetween for a lot of these guys. I don't think that's totally fair for judge because this is a guy that does Get on base for different reasons and for different ways and like you said. He's not oughta he's not a home run guy homerun or nothing guy. He will put the bat on the ball. He will go the other way he will get basit. He will hit the double in the gap. He's more of a complete player. So how about this. He's he's he's just going through poultry. He has zero timing zero walks less thirty played appearances that that leads me way. More to that he's hurt. He's not seeing the ball. Well he's in a slump so if he's not walking which means he's not identifying pitch as he did the two three weeks before that to me. That's even more supportive evidence that he's in a slump and looks like after yesterday. Maybe starting to come out of it a little bit. So i'm hopeful that i acknowledge it could be a slump. I'm just a little worried. He's not one hundred percent. Who would you like to see. Start over the next couple of weeks does does it even matter start games. I mean pitching. Can i give options. Sure give me some options. So so Mentioned angie in any of these weapons brian. Hoke mentioned injury heaney as possible. Fill in and i say to that michael. Bryant hope knows that that's probably an option because he's been listening to these jackasses talk after every single game at he knows that it's in their brain and that's what he's saying that's not bryant hoax saying he should be an olympic bryant. Hook is probably not wrong in the fact that he is actually an option. Because these guys are more. Brian just reports what he sees correct. Michael king is going to be activated this weekend. Good okay clark schmidt last pitched for scranton on september fifth which means he would be lining up for saturday. How about giving him a start. Yup or at least a go like couple. Innings noah start. How about debbie garcia. What are they at this point. Let's go so let's go. I say i would have. I would have debbie garcia. Come in and you know. Take andrew haines locker. Burn his burn his uniform. I don't care what let's get him on. I think you you. Dfa andrew heaney today. You activate michael king and you call up. Clark smidt debbie garcia and the clark schmidt indac- a both get starts and michael king. Is there to back them up. If needed for long relief. I would rather have michael king start. Then david garcia at this point the way they did ever knows but like put him in a different position if he can do something in the bullpen. Because okay fine. Whatever it is those three guys need to be pitching because we know the alternative and they can't be worse than the alternative. I'm not saying they're gonna be better. But they can't be worse than the alternative of andrew heaney and sal fasano romano and all these other jackasses. That just can't do anything..

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"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

08:30 min | 10 months ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Short Porch

"Jose. Here it is later. He is over nagy twin. What's what's addition of ourselves. I am your host hubs. Each studio late night wednesday night most just opened. Finally he did a good job motion studio. Tommy studio them wanted to is. Noah is just observing. Because he's waiting in no legend italian. No awaiting asleep at marty's because basically is he gonna wrench this point doing wrench. I mean he slept there by himself last night. And that's he dominated your room. No he slept on the balcony. He had a choice of three beds and he slept outside. I love it. I love now as an intern for this. Report is an intern for marty's youtube video editing wizard and he's also now the biggest italian guido videos dropping soon subscribed youtube and the porch. What's the youtube. Call mardi mush okay. That is literally. Okay good luck. All right almost forgot what it was called the new york yankees have taken the series against the wretched baltimore orioles. Two of three wasn't a sweep. We want us. We beg for a sweep. Didn't get it but the way they won the last two games. Starring hen plus runs on. Today's wednesday so tuesday and wednesday ten plus runs. Okay you take it. We're going to break it all down for you. You're at the game together. All of us. The short boards included First time it was my idea was my everybody. Let's just warriors to buy tickets and reverend. I'll fucking hero amongst all you guys unbelievable We've got a lot to get into. And then you're gonna wills interview david wells guy boomer boomer wells the guy i wanted to view forever and a guy that was key hoping followed me back on twitter during the corona period where he was very active on twitter and then all of a sudden. We do an interview with falls astles on twitter. He is still yet to fall back on twitter. Just very sad arctic. Oh yeah very hard to get. Which is fine. I'm here for the game here for but it is an excellent new to stick around before that some good yankees baseball talk about some shocking new names to talk about exciting new names. I think the first we have to talk about here is and marty. You got to bear with me here. It's it's spelt. Luis gil jail. But it is not pronounced way. And i know we don't i know i know we do not appreciate pronunciations on this podcast. Who took awhile no. Well that's was on you. There's another guy who's the other fucking up. I mean walking pitcher. What's his name using. Play all this year. no and har it's end. do horrible we we all say. Harvey davey davey. Ah but i need you. Marty to to come in. I'm gonna really win. It's not just don't say gill. No it's hill. no chance with an h. He'll is is if you say he'll say he'll it's like i'm gonna go with an age not you'll reseal. I will say guilty stupid dog. Just put it put it a or e. We seal the spanish. The spanish language stupid just on here when does gene spans become e. I never talk spanish man. Let him do what he wants. If this man wants six innings of shutout baseball in his major league debut. The first yankee do that since one thousand nine hundred ninety two the first yankee six shutout six strikeouts i think since like nineteen hundred nineteen six might be the exact number here but louis. He'll unbelievable for the expertise now. Obviously this this comes on the on the heels of coal and montgomery both having covert really putting our did. The vaccine does not work. jj. I don't wanna be political here. But that's not the exactly most effective vaccine not to upset the vaccine. I don't want to tell me speaking. We're just wish they got a better one but listen lewis. He'll was born he is now here. Six six records pitching on sunday again. He was sent out immediately but it was because he was a covert replacement player. It wasn't technically on the roster call to pitch and nothing happened. It wasn't an optional thing. The point sunday. We'll be he was. He was awesome. And he's hyped up. I mean he was. I believe what number six overall prospect in the updated rankings. Top three pitcher in in the system. I mean he's the real deal holyfield and it tells you what debbie garcia he's thought of at this point like he's at a someone fuck davies delivery and don't blame us if we don't make shirt louise he'll don't make cold call him. The the pitch promised listen. That was just double down to call him the picture that we're not gonna. We're not the same shirt with like two nine so fucked shirt like tomorrow. We're gonna room jason career. That's no question but poor. Debbie his rotate. His liver was ruined in the minor leagues this year. And he's been giving a hormones. Left and right louis. He'll throws ninety nine hundred ninety eight whatever. His changed ninety three miles an hour. That's pretty sick too fast. It looks almost like a sinker ball. But it's his of he's he. His problem too was control. He didn't walk a guy until the sixth inning. That's a good sign. Was i believe remember correctly of time ahead. Number seven in all the models in walk percentage number one in aaa walkers number seven in shrek up percent number one in terms of force. Yeah okay and and so not good walking one guy in your major debut and six is like oh hey ideal world tea's like you were the europe rallies. You didn't watch the whole game. Whenever i was like i mean in an ideal world sees debbie slash davey last year. Yeah that to whatever fifteen or or garcia last year was good down the stretch and i know his numbers ended up high. Deal out of big starts. I and he's not a guy that just came up for like spot start gets nobody rice key. Somebody that kerry regarded but that's also like coming up to pitch in like moment's notice to like he didn't have time to that might benefit him. He'd have to think about it. He was called on the orioles. Help for sure. Athletes team angel haney. We're not gonna talk much about monday. But andrew heaney is kind of what we expected. And he's bad you can't have a rugged turns out. Andrew haning is fly ball rate and like giving up home runs and all that bad he just he looks like a guy that should be a good pitcher. And i don't mean does he up there. I don't even know if motion. It's not as looks on the mound. The high socks he out lewis. 'cause i think we just looked like andrew mellon andrew dollar seen on him looks me no not that. Looks like two point nine eight yard and it just keeps going straight down. The middle east is never like you know when people pitch insides like a little funky his assist like so straight. He's willing the ball to the plate and it's not it's not..

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"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:06 min | 10 months ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"What's up everybody. Welcome to the bronx hint show. It's a friday but it's not a friday fights. It's just a friday reaction to a god damn busy week. The yankees land. Busy week baseball man. There's a lot of. There's a lot of always traded shaking but this this this year seems extra extra special. There's a lot of things happening so it's exciting. It's fun and i. I think in the last podcast. I actually talked myself into gallo only because i talked you into yellow find. I got caught into gallo. I got talked into gallo understating the fact that it i mean. It's like absolutely a perfect fit. For what the yankees were looking for and then it ended up being even more of a perfect fit because of the way that texas was gonna take all the salary and that's surprising that's surprise me that the the package ended up going. They got four prospects. None of them were the highly ranked guys in the yankees system. Which is awesome. Because like i was like oh clark schmidt in the deal we knew. Obviously jason dominguez is not in the deal. But you never knew if like clark schmitz going. get delta's is debbie garcia. You're gonna get dealt. None of the names that i think a lotta yankees fans are very familiar with got dealt it. It almost seems like both experts on both sides are saying good deal for all. But i think the the surprising thing is that texas agreed to take all of the salary involved. Texas is paying all of route door salary playing for the yankees and now they're paying all of joey gallo and julie rodriguez's salary playing for the yankees. It's amazing i mean part of it. Great like that. The yankees were able to do this. Because obviously you're not adding salary and you're adding quality player in joey gallo but it's also pretty apparent very not willing to go over the luxury tax. No matter what i mean we. There's nothing there's nothing new about this. We absolutely there is always the caveat but there was always the caveat if the right move at the deadline is there. Will they do it. And the answer was always no no because the answer was always know because if they were willing to do it at the trade deadline then they would have done it in the off season and they would have had more opportunities. They could have strategized and been more intentional with the way they would have done it. If it was in the off season it would have been part of a plan whereas this is a lot more. Reactionary this at the end of the day. Look i mean we can knock cashman and boon for all the things that are happening this year and the makeup of the roster and yes is joey gallo. doubling down on the fact that it's another swing and miss guy. Yes it is. It's absolutely that he's a he's a bad from a left hand side he does walk a lot as on. Base percentage is good. He's a very good defender as well. Hold on the only hitter in texas lineup. though like that is one thing to point out that he okay. That's a good thing but that's a good thing because to me if he's more supported and there's guys around him that gives them protection hopefully he gets more strikes. Hopefully he's able to barrel up a little bit better too so there's a lot of depending on how you look at. It could be good. But i mean he fits a bill. He's a good outfielder who the yankees needed another outfielder and they needed the lefty bat done checkmark. Now a controlled. Like the fact that he's controlled and texas is paying for joey gallo for to be a new york. Yankee is a no brainer. When you look at the guys that we gave up the ran was the best again. This is this is from fan graphs. I tweeted this out the other night on the six. That were rumored on your. I understand there. But so the redid their rankings and updated them in the rangers organization. The ran would be number three. In the rangers organization. One twenty two overall smith is a second baseman number. Eight hobart hobart whatever. His name is number. Thirty two is second baseman and then otto who is the guy that people keep talking about is going to be number thirty eight in their organization. These are not the thirty eight in the rangers organization who had the nineteenth ranked or a minor leagues and bumped up the fifteenth according to fan graphs. After this trade. That is a middle of the pack. That is a middle of the pack farms. You versus the yankees. The yankees strengthen. Their farm system was depth and they pull some their death in order to make this move so kudos to cash in on getting that done without having to give up one of the big names. I of course if in four years from now one of these prospects for the rangers turns into a stud and joey gallo just is whatever. He is for the yankees. Then people are gonna crush cashman for. But i think we have to remember at the time. This is the a piece outfielder. I know he strikes out a lot but he's a major league affiliate an all star. This year have only one of those outfield currently so now they have to. That's a good thing. it's a good thing. No there's no doubt you're not gonna fix this lineup with one guy if you go a different way so you might as well double down on the strikes of what they are. They're gonna hit the ball hopefully and some of these guys that look. I think a lot of this also is assuming that there's going to be a a.

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"debbie garcia" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

04:33 min | 11 months ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Something else that can help him the ball up a spin rate than what. What kind of pitch is he going to be. The old yankees used to be too impatient. The current version of the yankees are two patient. And they're like waiting and waiting and waiting. Waiting mean i don't know really and everybody says oh you know they. They've signed corey kluber. Yeah you take a flyer and these guys. We took a flight. This you james. Tien james and tie on tonight. You know taiwan walker for the mets. I mean you have to take fliers than guys right. I mean you just never know when they're coming out of their injury prone situation and they'll be able to bounce back and because there is a dearth of starting pitching in the major leagues. Every team goes through the through this and usually every team goes between eight and twelve stars at some point in time during the season. Because there's just not starters and quite frankly the yankees starting pitching has gotten worse as opposed to get they were pretty good there for a while and now all of a sudden june is not been a great month. I if i could get one question answered honestly by those who make the decisions for the yankees. If i was sitting at a bar off the record a couple of drinks. Hal steinbrenner and brian cashman would be. What is the minimum that you can have this year to not blow the whole thing up. I need to know that because we talk about the yankees going every season that it's championship or boss because they're the yankees but because the way they started the season if they roar back in the division win the division but then end up. Losing in the al ds. Is that enough for them to change things. So which you're you're at the question you're asking. Which team do you have. Do you have that team that started the season that got out to a big. You know big lead or do you have this team that has been middling around five hundred in less than five hundred lower than five hundred over the last month i. It's it's hard to say what's basically to make a long story short. What's it gonna take change things you have. I could take this in the playoffs. Maybe they're stuck right now because they have high price guys. That are not doing what they're supposed to be doing. That's they're closer that stanton's having an okay. You're not a great year an okay year and you also have your your high priced. Ace on the mound. You have guys that are hurt. You have guys that you haven't seen in a while whether be severino hormone has not been great. Debbie garcia's not bring great. I mean you. Have you have a lot of issues going on here. Not dimension that they don't play the game the way the game like we'd all like to see the game played. They wanna hit home runs and they're not hitting collectively homerun when they do hit home runs and they do. Win games outweigh. it's pretty. It's pretty impressive..

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"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"One prospect. If you don't include dominguez who's fifteen years old with the body of a twenty eight year old. I get what you're saying. So so but what you're saying is clark schmidt or deputy garcia is more important to the yankees than to the white sox and that might be true but as far as quality of prospect goes there basically essentially the same yes as far as the rankings. Us so from a league wide perspective from an outsider. Looking in if it was clark schmidt or debbie garcia not both or four lance lynn. That would be exactly comparable trade. And i think a what i thought in my gm plans was was what was going to happen. I had clark schmidt in a mid level prospect for for lance lynn. You had Mcgowan and dimicco. Her ma for land slid a little bit different. Actually probably depending on what you look at. If if you're looking at major league ready talent you gave up way too much in that trade. But if you're looking at prospect talent then then i give up more in the trade. Yeah i mean kind of but not really again if you're looking at the total pipeline um numbers than then not really that much to be honest there there again very very close. you know. that doesn't really also way what's happened in the major leagues. So there's a there's a world where i think some gm's will Rank dave david garcia higher than what you see in the pipeline rankings. Those are not refreshed rankings So you know they usually do them mid-sized but i'm saying now david some experience under his belt. He's shown that he can handle the. Here's a postseason start cash. It does yeah. I don't even know if a qualified anything it does. It's the star is a start under his belt so he So i think that you know. Put a little higher cartwright. We saw struggle at the end of the year as well. So you know that's fresh in people's minds at the same time but yet look the rangers. I think we're looking for the best opportunity to to give it up. They should treated him last year and they would have gotten much better. They screwed up who years two years in a row. They've screwed up trading their pitching prospects and have gotten to no. I'm not saying he's not not much. That's that's something. It's a major league ready arm. But that's really all they got for. You know him. And mike minor two guys that they traded for much higher stakes. They got one pitcher. Who's probably a ceiling at a number four. Three three to four max so overwhelmingly yankees fans did not wanna make this trait. 'cause i put out. A poll should the yankees traded concerns. Let's just make sure we're talking about that. And they represent the worst of the worst. But i put out the poll. Should they have traded schmidt or garcia in a package for lance lynn and eighty two percent. Hell no okay. So i don't know where you land. I would have done that trade. Because i had it in my gm plans. Because the way i look at it is. You're not hurting both. So that's good so you try. And if you think clark's mundell arcia are comparable in prospect With they're going to be in their major league career. Then then you have confidence that either could be a good major league pitcher. You don't care who you give up. May maybe the yankees favor one over the other and they would try and push the rangers towards towards one. I know a lot of people. Think ceus size will eventually hinder him in the major leagues. So that could be one thing. And that would lean the yankees to favor. Clark schmidt fine so if you would rather trade garcia than schmidt i get it but lance. Lynn can help you win the world series in twenty twenty two. He has been he twenty one. What is twenty twenty. I'm losing track of the years at this point as he's just twenty twenty the whole goddamn ear in twenty twenty one because he believe it or not has been one of the best pitchers in baseball for the last two seasons. Yes in the top of the yankees rotation right. Now is very much in flux. There's one guy who's dominant. They have an ace and four question marks so and for anyone who thinks luis severino is coming back this year. He's coming back from. Tommy john surgery hopefully in june or july. Who knows what he is. You cannot count on. Luis severino being a number two pitcher. There's a lot of guys really find them selves getting back until the second year they get back so that montgomery i kind of one that i you know that first bit when you when you're when you're back on the team It yeah we'll see what happens with them. But i'm not expecting you know vintage seven art even what that is but peaks of reno you know. That's two thousand eighteen major seen. We've already seen it but two thousand. It's very. I think it's more realistic to understand. And to set expectations for two thousand twenty two which is actually not next year is the year that severino is. I'm circling dot year as as his. You know we'll see what he is at that point we'll see if he's fully doubt if do you What do you think the yankees window to win. A championship is realistic window to win a championship. Well i think it's look we. We talked about this in the gm plans. And i i the next two years and the reason. I emphasize the next two years. Because of what's happening in arbitration guys are going to be signed guys are not going to be signed. The they've got some decisions to be made in that time guys are aging. Guys are aaron judge. He earned judges not. He's not a mid twenties guy anymore. He's gonna be in his thirties that being said if they're able to if some of these pitching prospects. Let's say david garcia and clark schmidt both just for conversation conversation sake. Become very good. Major league pitchers now you have a rotation of garrett cole luis severino coming back and then a couple of guys and then who knows what they do if you have a pitching staff. That's that's formidable. Like that and you young pitching staff. You could build around that so if the next two years are working and possibly because of injuries you know for whatever reason it's not it doesn't mean that the yankees can't add onto what they have and and be very very good but different different guy so like it's take talking about the window it's with the with a grain of salt for sure because the yankees will go out and make moves and make themselves competitive and potentially theoretically. That could be better. It could be for the better of the entire team. Maybe who knows. So if you're if you're looking at the at the current roster of what we have now to me this kerr rosser has a window of two years. Yeah maybe it's a little longer. Because i kind of compare to two thousand nine when the yankees went out and signed c c sabathia and they got four years of peaks. A bath you as their prime window. Nine ten eleven twelve. They went to the in two thousand twelve so of course they were still in the championship window. But then the wheels fell off so the achey sign garrett cole to a massive contract in two thousand twenty so twenty twenty one twenty two twenty three maybe twenty four. But it's really maybe just till twenty twenty three so three more years. I mean i think i think peak garrett cole okay fine but i think it's going to be taking more than that. That's kind of my point. It's gonna take more than just gary cole. We have pekar call right now unless you're adding on or you're building the team around him. It's not gonna matter. Garrett calls not enough he's great he's and more things happen than just tabatha not being good and thirteen mark. Teixeira alex rodriguez derek jeter every clip and hit. The this is different. This is a different sense because different. It's about contracts rather than age right but it might be also injuries could be interest so so many guys on this team have dealt with injuries in their twenty s. Imagine what they're going to be like in their third. I would no i don't want to. I don't wanna. I don't wanna go down that road but you're right there can be. There could be a cliff in that sense or it could drag out in like they'll sprinkle injuries like we've had over..

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"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"Running your life might get nor sleep. I'll deal with this. Yeah oh my bank account information so there. That's way too much work. Yeah so we. Because if for whatever reason we've we've gone from soundcloud to the second lipson called libson and then we were over at audio boom and then and then blue wire so it's been like a four stage and to actually because the first one was i forget the name of it There was a different. There was one before Simple casts so. Yeah there's there's been five so people listening to this like that don't know what any of those words mean. The point of this is when we took the podcast from those different places forever is like the first two and a half months of the show just disappeared into the eight because if you go back on i tunes now or you go back on any platform. Whenever you're listening on stitcher spotify it only goes back to an episode in may of two thousand and fifteen. It was the episode after michael pineda struck out. Seventeen baltimore sleek and we're on flee hitler. Yeah we were all excited it was. It was a mother's day episode. And we're like oh my god. The yankees have a new ace. This granary realized his talent and used it little. Did we know that was that. Was the pinnacle of michael. Pineda's yankees career was that sunday afternoon. I mean was a great day. Good day he he was. He was on on fleet as michael. Kay said we sat. There was one shirt made and sent it to him to k- An he opened it on air like the the week after that. But that was Yeah that was. That was a shining moment for michael. Pineda that was see those who are the problem moments that i had with him because he would flash in the pan he would flash and be like i am dominant i am. I'm six foot seven. I throw a billion miles per hour of got. Good life on my fast ball. I've got good change up. I've got good off speed. Remember what pitches he had. And but i suck eighty five percent of the time but the one. The one percent nationalist tantalizing those tantalizing fifteen percent. But the but what i'm saying is those previous episodes just are not available to to people. And we've been asked like hey where your first whatever it is fifteen episodes. I don't know where they are there on southbound. We found that there onsite actually didn't know where that is soundcloud started. They're knocking you pay for them. So right they're not public on we. Can we put them up on. The ended up backdated. Well if we want to. Because they'll spoiler for the the eighteen minute first episode. It's not very good. It's bad in fact. I don't know if we want to put out those first fifteen episodes but i'm glad we found it because it was a nice trip down memory lane. I immediately got flashbacks of recording. We're going to talk about all that towards the end there. Certainly some a lot of news. That happened yet. So we're gonna we're gonna attack on the first episode number one at the end of this episode as well so as we as we leave the show You know after the after the the song there are Are post postal song. I can't talk right now. five hundred episodes. I think i learned how to talk. We're gonna play that first episode so if you if you care and you wanna laugh a little bit go ahead skipped through. It's it's kind of amusing. Andrew andrew's really bad in. It was the first podcast. I ever curate. You had you had already recorded guests dot with a different show. Yeah so that's not fair. It's not fair but it's true life isn't her lance lynn. Big news that came out of nowhere not that he was treated because we knew he was gonna get traded or the. We knew the the rangers were looking at trade him but him going to. The white sox came out of nowhere and for price that i don't think that crazy. I know some yankee. Fans balk at trading debbie garcia or clark schmidt saying how you no way not for lance lynn because they remember meet sweat lance lynn from from the yankees was actually pretty good. But he wasn't. He wasn't top pitcher in baseball. Which what he's been for the rangers. No and he wasn't even. I mean he was barely a starter. He was a guy that was ready was coming remember. He came in. Yeah he did it. He had a bunch of different roles he was a he was a A guy that was flexible. Even though hotdog breath probably is very flexible in real life. it look it was a good So the deal the deal. The deal was for dane dunning and another. What mid level prospect. Dunning the five prospect in the white sox organization ninety nine overall if you're looking at pipeline so if you're comparing the prospect rankings you're looking at clark schmidt at eighty three and Debbie at eighty seven and pipeline respectively. So they're close right. There's not that much of a difference as far as like top one hundred prospects. Here's the difference in perspective or perception number. Five prospect with the white sox. There's a couple of pitchers ahead of him. He's gotten some time he's a guy that they thought was going to be. Good another guy that came over in the trade to The nationalist from adam eaten oh by the way who they just signed as well so that the band is back together over there but dunning. So i had some major league experience. But it's not like he wasn't the number one prospect in the system. And i think that when yankee fans looking at clark smith david obviously david garcia won over some hearts and minds right at the end of the season. And we've been hurting about. You've been hearing about him for a while. Karch mitt not so much but he's our number one pitching prospect number one prospect. If you don't include dominguez who's fifteen years old with the body of a twenty eight year old. I get what you're saying. So so but what you're saying is clark schmidt or deputy garcia is more important to the yankees than to the white sox and that might be true but as far as quality of prospect.

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"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"Yes. The bottom of the seventh tyler base again again, don't don't look now, but there's a hot streak happening. Hot Streak with this team, they're doing a lot of things right and. It's really the offense. This week has been insane off the blue, Jays pitching twenty runs than eleven plus whatever they end up scoring on. Wednesday. But you look back to a week in buffalo when the turnaround happened Debbie Garcia goes out there and shoves for seven innings and game they absolutely needed and it's the starting pitching is the reason why this team is winning every night. They're getting good starting pitching. It's not as doesn't take a genius to figure out why the baseball teams winning Oh starting pitching, going deep into games, not giving up a lot of runs. That's usually a recipe for good things. You know it's pretty funny because I think either last episode or the one before that one of the things that was called out by yours truly was. The team while they may be getting healthy on the offensive side nothing is really going to happen on the pitching side of the ball and. There's no there's no people coming in. There's none of these like there's not a guy who's who's GonNa come back and save the day because as we've heard. Paxton. is due to be damn close. Hegi just hit another home run. Three three home runs on the day. That's your. Personal Catcher. Gosh she. Okay. Good. Bye Gary Sanchez poor garrison. Today you will hear later in the show because we recorded the first half of this before the game that we're talking about heggers should Hegi. Gosh she oak she oak come in and the Yankees grooming him and seeing what he's gotten doing. Oh, by the way he hits home runs to. My God. What did you? Ask. ME. I don't remember I think your point was that nothing? He doesn't I. Know The you're saying the offense is struggling and they're going to guys back but it. was. Coming there was the pitching. Round though. Right..

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"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"We're very excited about cuts clothing more on all of those guys in a little bit. How you feel in this morning. Scott. Still I'm feeling goddamn fantastic. Oh Wow, feeling. Fantastic. We got some young pitching in the building that's actually somewhat decent. It looks like it has promise and still young by the way not. We're not looking at like a guy that has gotten hurt and has come back. You know these guys are still young to these buildings these guys I'm going. Debbie Garcia doubling down we got utes the youths in in the in the rotation and Yeah. Guess who else is getting Hot Kleber Torres. My Man. Sherzai on right now, gleyber is a guy that can carry this team especially against bad teams because let's let's all be very clear. The. Baltimore. Does we're about to play can still bad team? Still a bad team we were a bad team. But I use whereas in past tense because now we've turned a new leaf..

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"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"'cause he should have absolutely started at an if you're not use a clerk nurse it if you were going to use collect Schmidt regardless in that game you do not your plan cannot be he's coming into clean up Debbie Garcia if he gets in trouble your plan needs to be we let Garcia fight through this or we don't even let Garcia get into trouble those are your two options. That's that's fine if you're if you're a second option is your first option is to let him fight through it. Then that's one thing but at a certain point you gotta pull them if. Any whatever it doesn't matter those are. The situation played to that and it was not an ideal thing. And then Sesa over what out of you know like okay. I where we going with an emmy. Kill him for bringing the we over out of you know. Really. WHO gives a shit? It's the same thing. It's just I know we're looking for things at this point and it's infuriating when you see what happens and then the result doesn't happen. But at the same time like guy executing as well and Brune has been terrible don't let I'm not. I, don't Wanna mix words on this 'cause I think he's not had the tone of a lot of different situations and I don't like his lackadaisical attitude I can't stand it actually I need accountability inside and unless you're saying that there's accountability. Accountability and that's a manager has to come out and be I think that's one of those opportunities for a manager to actually. Speak his mind and just let it go instead of being reserved and being that media guy and that's what he's doing. He's been a PR front instead of a human being that is frustrated and needs A. That there is a Time problem now and a talent problem, and you need to get ahead of it and talking about that and how we struggled suck. Is What you're supposed to do instead of looking at positives. Boozing to the Baltimore Orioles or listening to the New York mets it's just there should be no positive to look from those has accountability finally come up in the benching of Gary. Sanchez or as Gary Sanchez. Just become the scapegoat for the Two Thousand Twenty Yankees because Gary Sanchez sucked like I'm not this is not. This is not a defense Gary Sanchez but he is not the only one who sucked no ship I don't I don't understand. Okay. I don't. I in a perfect world. I want Gary Sanchez do well to be very clear. I've want him to be the starting catcher because he is a Unicorn. He's he's the the highest productive a efficient catcher on the offensive side of the ball in baseball when he's going well. The problem is we've seen too many bad spurts in him offensively that I don't know what he is right now I career wise I don't know what the what that player is as a player. I just don't know that's What what's frustrating for me is that the talent level seemingly as their the ability seemingly as there but there are these moments where it completely disappears and I'm only talking about offense right now completely disappears. So when I, when I'm looking at that I, think that that guy should be held to a higher standard than the rest of the majority of the rest of the people that are hitting one hundred under two hundred, the Mike Fords, the toddler wade the guys that are not supposed to be playing that are struggling. Okay fine. That's one thing. But Gary Sanchez are starting catcher and it's supposed to be a franchise like. He's supposedly Oliver. Stone to your franchise, and he has not been for the past two and a half years. So when I'm sitting here, talking about talking about the fact that call potentially is having issues with Gary Sanchez I'm not saying that that's the product that's caused only problem..

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"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"Giving up one guy. What you're saying Yeah Yeah but who would you rather have just? On face value who would you rather have Lindt lindor clever the way they're pitching right now I would rather have lance, Lynn because he's One of the in baseball you but I rather have clever because he's he's been almost as good as Lance Lynn and he's locked up for longer. Here's a thing. Next year's the year. They gotTA win next year. Godwin. Clever or Lance Lynn helped you equally yes. For you also now have Lance Lynn plus potentially a top prospect that maybe maybe they go after Lance Lynn for for just Debbie Garcia in the off season or something like that buddy who knows I test versus Nerd test I WanNa talk about Garrett Cole seven, weird season. He hasn't been dominant to flat out has not been dominant. The dominant Pitcher we saw for two seasons in Houston It's not like a spin rate issue. Remember you were worried that. Maybe he comes to the Yankees and where did this fastball Spin Reiko member you're worried about that is just worried about him being the same pitcher really you know whatever? However the NERDS A. Tell me. What's what's going on? For nerds for spin rate, he ranks where did I put it in here thousand. How the nerds want to spin it he he ranks in the ninety second percentile for for Fast Boston rights. That's good. Good. His era is three point nine one, his fifth is four point eight three. So, not great and expected fifth of three point seven. So he's pitching a little better than a stats might show. Here's the thing that's really concerning twelve home runs allowed two point three, five home runs per nine innings. He's allowed at least one home run and all eight of his starts. Twelve of the thirty nine hits he's allowed have been home runs. Way To. Homerun off of his fastball seven home runs allowed. So this fastball, which was the best fastball and baseball last year. This year, he's allowing a five, twenty, four slugging percentage five, seventy, five expected slugging percentage and a four, thirty four. Four thirty four, three, forty, three, low, dyslexic, three, forty, three weighted on base average. So it's fastballs getting hit might be miss spots might be the slight downtick in velocity although I don't think that's a huge issue because more miss location but also hitters are hunting his fastball. They're swing at his fastball more often especially early in counts in they're hitting it..

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"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

"About. And I guess we can just dive right into how we know each other. We met through Debbie Garcia who's been on here many times and we both do still host to show spotty well. I don't host a show, but I'm a guest on her show on many Monday. We seem to do just about every other Monday we jump on and do a show. Fantastic I know you have a great presence? In that community and I've been on with her for a couple of years now, and it's just an interesting place to meet a lot of different people from all walks of life I caught the big ten of spirituality on spirituality while for sure. So it's nice that we have that connection Debbie's great. have. So grateful for her and all the connections. She's such a connector. So I'm grateful that she connected us. Definitely, definitely. So your specialty many other things is recovery. And we were talking before we went live. How we both agree that we have encountered people in our work that are in recovery for for different from different things but. Definitely. The common thread and success seems to be some sort of belief. Some sort of a spiritual connection seems to make a lot of difference for a lot of people. So why don't you just give us a little rundown on your philosophy regarding recovery? In how you work with your your clients Yeah. Thank you I I have been in recovery myself for thirty four years. I've been working pretty much fulltime in the addiction treatment sealed for about twelve years and a couple of things come to mind when you ask that question first and foremost conscious recovery is a modality that I've created from my experience and the foundational principle is underneath all addictive behavior is a whole and. Perfect be central being and a lot of the modalities that support groups the psychological approach a lot of it is focusing on what is broken about the person and so for me spirituality goes beyond only belief which you mentioned or even only practice but also how are we holding ourselves and how we holding other and what happens when we look for the essential homeless in a person? Than looking for what's broken within them, and that's kind of just a maybe a launching point for the conversation. But that's what makes conscious recovery fundamentally different than some of the other approaches out there. Yeah you know, I always say that we all have some sort of addiction in our lives. There's always something that we use to fill the void of awakening. Until we receive some sort of manifest, some sort of awakening within us, and of course, I'll waking again is a big term that means a lot of different things to a letter from people but really discovering that source connection that was always there all along and until you really make connection with that. It's very easy to sue that with numerous things, right Well, absolutely, you're pointing to something that's so fundamental to me, and that is the connection with our spiritual essence. So you know we use a lot of different language. We caught my call it. Our God consciousness are essential being our buddha nature. Our true nature what we're speaking to is when we are disconnected from that essential being this, we end up looking to someone something outside of ourselves to try to soothe really the pain of that disconnection. With in my experience and with all the clients I've worked with over the years it seems that we come into the world deeply connected with our essential truth, and then we get programmed to believe that we're broken that were damaged. The world is not safe and so that primary disconnection to me is one of the root causes of addiction addiction could simply be framed. Is US looking for someone or something outside of ourselves? That becomes a habitual pattern and what we're really seeking connection that you know ask you said. So beautifully, if I'm not connected with my true self, then I'm GonNa quite possibly become addicted to something outside and made a try to regain that sense of connection or that wholeness. Right and in your the idea of addiction, also, there's such a stigma around it and it's considered. Considered a weakness or something bad or something. Awful. But that's why like to say different ways we're all addicted to something until we discover that I don't know many people that haven't had certain things whether like you said, it's another person or food especially sugar I find sugar highly addictive I know it's something that yeah when I'm when I'm on sugar. I have a very hard time just stopping cold Turkey after weaned myself off of sugar just like I had to lean muscle off oxy. You know it takes variety at work, and then once I'm off of it I feel so much better but it's so easy to get back into it. You know as soon as you have a little bit of sugar, you just want a little more and it's just interesting. How are especially are processed foods can be so addictive. Yet for shore and I love that you talked about spiritual edit gone wild being a broad tenant for spirituality and in the same way I think when we think of addiction, we primarily think of drugs and alcohol, and, of course those are you know part of the addiction umbrella if you will that big tent but as you said, it can be so many different things that can be shopping it can be sex it can be relationships that can be sugar as you said, and so we live in a really highly addictive culture and I think a big part of that is what we already spoke to. That is a lot of us are. Really disconnected from our true nature. So of course we're trying to find something to do that as we head I call addiction a brilliant strategy rather than a coping mechanism because in the beginning, it might have bought us a sensation or a feeling of peace of comfort or might have numbed out you know some traumatic events in our life. So it was really brilliant in the beginning. The issue of course is it doesn't continue to work that way. But when we're addicted, we keep going back to that same source trying to get fed and it just doesn't work the way at once did and to me that's where it becomes an addiction. That's good point because I remember different things I F found myself addicted to food sugar never alcohol. I've never really had a problem with alcohol the definitely Oxycontin. I definitely dependent on Oxycontin. And I don't know how you define the difference. You're you're the expert here. So you can tell me I always said that I was never really addicted to it as dependent upon it because I wasn't abusing yet. And I wasn't over using it. So. Is there a difference between dependence and addiction or my just using the using two different words? Some really mean the same thing. Well that is a huge conversation because depending on who you talk to talk with, you're GONNA get a lot of different opinions about that like the medical. A lot of doctors are trained to say if you don't have a physical addiction, you're not addicted to it but we know that that's not really the whole story right because you know someone might. Be Addicted to vaping they might not be addicted to the nicotine, but just the practice of it, the ritual love it and go for me..

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"debbie garcia" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"On the major league level, and we know the general manager's heavily invested in Robby Cano. With that trade with the Seattle Mariners. Will RoHaas have the freedom to handle this lineup as he sees fit, given the fact it's just 60 games if those guys Continue to struggle and look old and I I understand. That's not a certainty that isn't if, but I find that to be an intriguing, fascinating story line, especially when you look at a Robby Cano because of the general manager and that deal that they made with Seattle. Now, as far as the pictures. Yeah. I mean, listen, there's nothing that this weekend from a Yankee fan perspective that you learned about the team. I mean, they're really isn't I mean, you heard great things about King. Jordan Montgomery is a guy before the Tommy John surgery. I mean, I think this stuff is actually improved at post surgery as compared to where was, but is it stunning that he goes out there and fight fires five innings and have six strikeouts? You know, we've talked about Debbie Garcia Clark Schmidt. They do have a lot of power arms. They do have great organizational depth. When you look at that pitching department now You have a guy that's going to be the next Garrett Cole. Maybe Clark Schmidt ends up being that guy down the line, but he's certainly not that guy in the here and in the now Now and then you get to the ridiculous power and the organ and the depth on the major league level to the everyday lineup. Seon Sanchez Stanton. Avoid, you know, Judge hitting a couple of home runs last night. Clint Frazier hits one into the second deck in left center field out at Citi Field on Saturday night. You know, that is not all that surprising. That's why if you're a Yankee fan, you're extremely confident about what this punch could do your right. I mean it. The Yankees looked like they were ready to go. They've got one more exhibition game against the Philadelphia Phillies getting going later on tonight, but the Yankees look like they are hitting on all cylinders and ready to go. The interesting aspect is, you know the guys that are gonna get reps. The guys that are going to get burned the Yankees to have no discernable weakness. There really isn't. There's nothing that you could look at and say this is what's gonna cost the Yank EES. This is what I'm really concerned about. They overcame so many injuries Last year, you could knit pick about Boon's managing in that dugout. Maggie this weekend from a Yankee fan was really reassuring from a met perspective. Aside from the concern I've from Kano and suspicious You know, I get the pitching, and it's a fair point. You know, I think that's what puts pressure on guys like Diaz Familia, Betances Wilson, those guys and really luego who look good over his two innings last night. Those guys have really gotta hit this year. And what I mean by hit is they've got a really pitch well, coming out of the bullpen for Rose and for Hefner, because there is a little bit of a soft underside to this Met team when you look at the Thie armed depth in this rotation that's ready to step in and perform right now where you would have confidence to be able to lean on those guys. Yeah, that's a concern. I thought the matter a good baseball team going into the weekend. Even though they got taken by the wood shed over two nights by the Yankees. I'm not going to come out of it all of a sudden, you know, screaming around like my head's on fire. I think the Mets are gonna be a good baseball team in a playoff contender in the National League. I don't know if I'd go as far as to say that it would be a failure if the Mets don't make the postseason. Something wrong, Darling mentioned last week on us and why? I don't know if I go into that, because there's Ah ah lot that goes into a 60 game year. But I think they're going to show the worth of there where I really do. I think the line is going to prove to be too good. And and Graham getting a positive news being set for opening day, throwing 98 to 100 his bullpen session is also Big time. Positive news. Yeah. Bigtime positive news to Graham on track. Now to start open Opening Day Got positive news on the Yankee side. For Masahiro Tanaka Throw a SIM game yesterday. It looks like he might be able to face live batters on Tuesday. So it really was a bit of a mixed bag over the weekend. But overall, great to see baseball. That's for sure is I will get into the cardboard cutouts. The crowd noise all of that stuff, But we want to hear from you 877337 66 66. Your biggest takeaway from those two exhibition games over the weekend, and you're concerned level for Johannes cess pit us after he went over the weekend and It looked a little old showed his age a little bit, but I'm still holding out hope. You know what I think is a boost I was going to say, like, you know if this was a regular season game, do you think you know what what would've pulled up before going through the bag, But I had to stop myself because He probably wouldn't. Hey. Probably would've. I don't really see. Yeah, Sorry. That was said yes, it says Medicine bills a regular season game. What do you pulled up before He got the first. Can't say definitively looked a little loan. His gate didn't look healthy. No, it didn't. But I still think the bat is going to be there. He's going to find himself. But it's about you 877337 66 66. He could also hit us up on Twitter at Emma, Neb. W F A A and put out their You're concerned levels for you. An assessment after the weekend didn't even get into Clint Frazier. Is he gonna have a spot on this team and he's cranky at home runs all over the place. But how much is he going to play most? I was a lot more to get into Horse kicking off this Monday with you Mets in Yankee fans. Baseballs back, created officially on Thursday feels different. Feels lighter. Feels a little Sonnier air a little fresher all that stuff now that baseball is going to return, and it has returned. Let's go. Moosa, Maggie with you on this Monday morning, right here on the fence. Geico presents quick ways to change your life on Ly Wendy's two for five has all the Chicken Ukraine choose from the crispy hold style chicken sandwich, Delicious, spicy chicken sandwich, classic crispy piece nuggets or the legendary spice eats in peace..

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"debbie garcia" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"How big of a hole could that leaving the Yankeesrotation? I just wonder if this is the type of year Moose where I know the Aaron Boone and Cashman. They have talked up some of these young pitchers like Garcia and Clark Schmidt and and the depth and we're not sure you know who's going to be called upon right to try to fill in and any kind of spot. But you know, we've talked a lot over the last week or so, two weeks about trust factor. And who do you trust in a 60 game season? Where you know what Early on in the sea in this season. I think you're going to see a lot of big games because you're going to see you know if a team loses four games in a row will have a son. That fifth game is a really big game. You know if it was a team goes on that kind of a skid, So even though Tanaka like we love him as the big game pitcher we think of that is October. In this type of season. Those big games are going to come up and you're going to need like how Sisi was a couple of years ago where he was just the stopper and and Tanaka. Someone who, you know, obviously, it depends on what he comes up in the rotation and blah, blah blah. But That's someone who I trust in a in a big game. No better if it's you know, gonna be August or whether it's going to be October because I think he just has that that mentality, So I think I'm going if I need a win right or if I need six strong and it's the end and it's the middle of August and Tanaka is still not back. And obviously you know, we're talking worst case scenario here, but let's just play it out. If he's not back. Do I trust a Clark Schmidt at that point? Do I trust David Garcia at that point? I mean, I know I trusted on. Well, we're going on the idea that the Yankees air struggled losers of four in a row, and then you need a big time. Start from somebody. You're right. And you could have those big time pressurized spots in this regular season. That could be October. Oration have that type of field. If the team is really struggling. I'd be surprised Maggie. If they had that kind of Ah, swoon where they've lost five or six in a row in a condensed 60 game season. What we went through it. There's really no discernible weakness. When you look at this Yankee team, they've got great organizational depth. But if you mean to tell me they lose four in a row, and I'm plugging Clark Schmidt Into that start or a Debbie Garcia would I rather even have a massive Tanaka? Of course, you could look and said, rather of Tanaka, and that would be a big time start and you'd expect Tanaka, given his pension for the big moment would pitch very, very well in that spot. I don't know if we're going to get to those pressurized and those pressure points here in the regular season for the Yankees. Where the chips are down, and you need that big time start from a a big time picture. I don't know if we're gonna ever get there this year with this team in the regular season. No, but I think that's what's going to be you know, baseball is going to like, you know, grab people this year, and if they are like those kind of early big games, I think is what's going to would be the appeal. I think the sort of every game matters feel which baseball has never been able to claim. You know that that I think that's going to be a big part of winning back. People who are so turned off by. You know what we saw with these. You know these totally crap negotiations over the last couple months, so You know, Listen, The most important thing is definitely Tanaka self. He's in a contract year by the way to, But the most important thing is to knock his health for sure how the trickle down effect happens. You know, with the with the rest of the team is clearly secondary. But but but not insignificant. I don't know to not go to me is kind of like you know that, like the robot that feels good or the comfy pair of slippers or something. Like I just always feel like I have a little comfort with Tanaka. I feel like I can count on him and, you know, I think it's ah, really big boost off of that is the rest of the team, like let alone the fans, the media and all the expectations that we put on Tanaka. I think his teammates actually feed off of that a lot. I think they have the confidence of him going in feeling like You know he's going to deliver for them in big spots. And so you can't discount that part of it also, and and you could tell Because the entire team was really shaken up. I think that Masahiro Tanaka, um is like a bigger The figure in the clubhouse. I think that maybe we give him credit for maybe because the language barrier out, you know, outwardly, the language barrier, but I think he's a really big presence in that. I think he's a bigger presence in the clubhouse. Maybe then on the outside, we give him credit for Yeah, I don't. I don't. I don't deny that on. I think he's earned it a cz well with the way that he's pitched in October and being that big game pitcher, but I think he's got a presence on that team. And in that clubhouse, said it was a scary moment. It really is. I and I had a number of people I know to knock it and want to yell screen. Sometimes you do have to be a little responsible, though, too. Andi, I know you need as many reps as you possibly can get. He's not a big proponent fan of it. No. You do have to protect assets, though a little bit, especially early on here, Maggie when we're getting going on DH keep players reporting going through the workouts here. The staggered report dates the workouts all over the place. And you get this scene that transpired over the weekend on Saturday, and you said yourself, you know, Okay, Well, maybe maybe we could have handled that a little bit differently. Think that's just a mild concussion? He'll be okay. For this Yankee team in the regular season, you know, do you start to get the same vibe up? Here We go again, coming off an injury year. Att. A year year a season a year ago, which they were ravaged by injury. One after another one guy after another going on the aisle, they were able to overcome all that. And here we are early on in this process to get ready for the start of the baseball season later on this month, and there is Masahiro Tanaka taking a line drive off his head. Yeah, listen, and there's still no Severina for this year, you know, and And we've just gotten some good news lately. With Hicks and diligent stand, you know, being an impacts and being healthy. I felt bad for Giancarlo stand too, because I can't imagine what it must feel like to be on that end of it. You know, obviously you don't want to, You know, hurt anybody..

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"debbie garcia" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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02:23 min | 2 years ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"G. six five the final score Rangers beat caps he's the second player in league history to score five goals the fifth all coming in overtime I should say joining Detroit's Sergei federal false ties franchise record with five goals on the night including that game winner right there as seen on CBS sports network as we speak our temp and Erin three assist Tony deangelo a goal and two assists good win for the Blueshirts here is a Bennett Jack who says that was absolutely crazy I'm speechless right now to be honest with you a crazy game on it's a it's a good team we're playing and then we find a way thank you thing about him is just the hand eye coordination is ridiculous the passing between he and Erin and Strom on a power play is unbelievable and then his stick handling and he also plays defense is a two hundred foot player he's out there on the penalty kill and everything else and then when you think about what he's doing this year the numbers that he is putting up the fact that he's on the ice for all major situations in the amount of money he's making this baby that one of the best contracts in the in the NHL so we always get on people for bad contracts whether it be a Shattenkirk contracted you're already contracted him Congress contract marks all contract role mark is playing and I'm playing a lot of the the fact remains that this trade and this contract is one of the best ones in the NHL Rangers take on the devils tomorrow night the devils in action tonight they were off last night the islanders played last night they lost to the senators for three Brady could Chuck scroll the deciding goal came early in the third period aisles three into in their last five games as they continue to struggle of recent times fires due to hurricanes for one they're not struggling Phillies won eight straight games the store we've talked about yeah I know we've talked about all morning long Quinn Williams of the jets arrested Thursday night for gun possession at LaGuardia airport has the permit Alabama for the gun and so that did not go well for him a spring training baseball things did not go over the starting pitcher of the Yankees Gerrit Cole six runs two weddings give up four home runs Jordan Montgomery also gave a four home runs but whatever it's spring training you get Debbie Garcia starting tonight is the eighties take on the Orioles couple of things with the Yankees you have the whole stuff with Aaron judge still draw undergoing testing not sure what's up with the shoulder or the pack and Giancarlo Stanton still not playing here's Erin bonuses taken into safe from being cautious with stand obviously with the strain.

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"debbie garcia" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

12:35 min | 3 years ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome Debbie Garcia. They champ back to the show. Hey, Debbie and welcome. Hey, thank you so much for having me back. Yeah. We're so excited because the last time you were here we had so much to talk about about your wonderful miniature therapy, horses that we just had to have you back and soon, so we could continue our conversation. So as we get started today, remind our listeners, Debbie about the mission of gentle carousel. What do you guys do? Well, gentle carousel miniature therapy horses. It's an all volunteer charity. This is our twentieth year and horses travel all around the country, but they work inside children's hospitals with families who've had tragic events or challenging events, whether it's a natural event like weather. Hurricanes tornadoes, or whether there's been a challenge. This man made the horses were at sandy hook after the tragedy there or in Charleston. They worked with the survivors of the pulse nightclub, and then they work in places like in Oklahoma when the children were trapped in schools by the tornado there in Moore, Oklahoma. So they do a lot of different work for such little guys. They do big jobs. So that's basically what the horses do. Well, it's just so wonderful and have to ask you Debbie so we talked about this, but I, I really like I just revisit in a little bit about you mentioned, some of those major incidents that have happened in the United States, that you guys responded to and just tell us, so I remember you telling me that you guys were invited into these communities. But I'd like you just talk a little bit about. Have you guys had any trauma training? How do you feel like you guys are prepared to go into these communities after these types of mass incidents? Well, you're right. We only if we're invited by the community and, you know, there's a plan for them of what the community wants the forces to do. So I was at school principal. I've had some training in that area. But really the experts come in and work with us hand in hand, whoever's working in that particular community, but the horses are really away, responding and bringing some love to the children or to the adults who experienced a tragedy often when we are with someone we don't do the talking. It's amazing what people will share just with the horses often for the first time talking about what they saw how they feel we work in police station. So a lot of work with first responders who've experienced dramatic events too. Or in, like, after the pulse nightclub, we worked with the medical examiner's office to encourage, you know, people that you don't necessarily think about after there's been a tragedy. So we were down there initially working with families in Orlando, and, and some medical staff, and then we were called back in because Orange County, call us and said the, the medical examiner said, all we got was the governor and all we wanted was the ponies so we went in and fry them. And so, you know, each situation is different. And what the need is, is different. So we really have to go with what that organization group or town wants us to do. Yeah. The families that are there. Well, I still appreciate you saying that because I know so many people have the best intentions in mind, when there are these types of tragic situations, but it's still important like you said that you're invited you're working with a specific group and, and you. You guys don't show up, which is so great of how mindful you are an respectful like you said, because a lot of times, it is best just to say nothing, but to let the little minis work their magic, which they certainly do really easily. So that's so great. Well and remind us, Debbie of how many horses, you guys have little miniature horses, and where you get them from will there nineteen therapy horses in our program in the United States, and they work with about twenty five thousand patients year across the country, and then we also have a team in Europe in near Athens Greece. And there are eleven horses there and they work primarily with children in orphanages. They worked in Syrian refugee camps. They trained here and flew there. And we kind of go back and forth and Skype and watch and help. And, and I think since we last talked the horses that were in Greece were actually. Early near that the big fire that happened in Greece, and the horses were amazing because they were in the community that was lost in the fire and had just a few minutes to be able to escape and because of their training and being able to handle all kinds of things that most horses wouldn't be able to they loaded them in minivans to try to escape it on the road was blocked. And there was so much fire in almost one hundred people were lost children and adults including the orphanage where the horses have worked for years, but they were able to I'm mode, and we've through the fire and make it to the sea, and they handled all of that. And so the handlers and the horses all made it even through such an incredible tragedy, and waited by the sea for the fires to go out. So, you know being as calm as they were really saved our lives. So that's the two groups of horses, and the works at work that they do in the United States, and then over in. In Europe and do you breed them yourself study? Most of them now have have been born with us. You know, initially we purchased horses, but we really found that being able to start their training at a really young age by young, you know, I mean, generally, it takes a very special horse to be happy and safe doing the kind of work that they do in the best of circumstances. It isn't unusual horse that can handle being in the middle of the city, you know, going up and down invaders in high rise buildings and working with people, and, you know, and enjoying it and enjoying the attention. And so there's a lot of training that goes into the horses. They go through a two year basic training program, and they're always working, but you could do all of that. And if you don't have the right horse that really enjoys that kind of attention, and who is completely safe in an environment, like intensive care in a hospital is then, you know, it's. Not going to work so they go through, you know, they go through an intensive training program and even then it's a challenge, but we start them when their foals like the day they're born and because their moms trust us so much that they are able to, you know, be handled to be around things like wheelchairs and sights and sounds. And then they actually visit the hospitals when they're babies with their mom. So it makes a big difference to get used to all the sights and sounds of a hospital at an early age. Yeah. I just love that. And I totally get that, because that's really the same way it is for service, dogs, and it really is, if I've got to have that personality that like you said that really enjoys being in those stressful environments, and I'm just amazed with lovey, because she was bred for the program, and, and I get why they do that because she is not at all intimidate. Waited or nervous or shaken at all Ben, I really accredited a lot of that to her breeding, and to what she was exposed to just like you said, from birth on which is just so important for these guys are doing, these really intense jobs and we've found too, and I think we talked about it a little bit before. But it kind of goes along with the dogs that we work with even though the horses are doing very unusual things, and they're found in very unusual places. It's very, very important to us that he know we keep in mind that their horses in every way, and we want them to live a natural life. They live with a lifelong heard that is their family their forever family. So when they come back from working, you know, in a highrise building or working in a city they are with horses being horses. They're outside. They have a heard they're moving, you know, we're just very. Aware that they are horses in every way, and we'll have people come up when they see them and go, oh, it's like a therapy dog, but a horse is not like a dog at all the way that they think the way the things that make them happy in their life are completely different. And one thing that we know is they need a lot of space to run horses, a really designed to move continually, and in the wild horses walk as much as twenty miles a day in open spaces, and they move, and they eat, small amounts of food all day long up to twenty hours a day, and they live with multiple horses for safety and security, but just a feel good and to feel safe and horses are one of the most social creatures. And that's socialization is just critical to their wellbeing, and their happiness. And so we try to keep all of that in mind. And it's the reason that we have a life dot guardian dogs working with. With them and living with them, because it allows them to safely be horses, and to safely be out over acres of land, like they really need to do just to be happy and healthy. Yeah. At how many acres do you have them on Debbie? They are on fifteen acres that he's loops up around a property, and all the way back on down on the other side. And then we specifically put their food their water, their minerals, everything out in all different locations on the property, so that they are constantly moving going from place to place to get the food that they want to get the water to get everything that they need because we want to keep them healthy. And we want to keep them moving and they also just run and play and just need a lot of space. And we will hear people who say, well, I want to get, you know, a therapy worser I want to, you know, have one can I just keep it in my house. I just keep it in my small backyard and you. You could. But it would be very, very sad. No. And in our goal is that these animals are doing amazing things for for humans. And we wanna make sure that we keep that in mind and give them a wonderful life. We don't want to take something away from them so that we can get what we want right to be able to do both. And unlike the dog who is really happy, just being with the person you know of that horses really, really are happy being with other horses animals. And so their thinking is very different. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I really appreciate you saying that in making that differentiation, and because people are seeing them more on TV more out in public. You know, that people are thinking, oh, hey, I would like one of those, but I, I really hear what you're saying that they are herd animals. And they need that, and I just want to ask you to so how much time do you usually give them in between when they're going out and work? Working. And then when they have that downtime with their heard, what is good timeframe that you like to work with our goal is that they work unless they're actually traveling to a situation, the horses rotate, and they work? No more than two days a week. So they have five days a week that they can just be horse. It's yeah. Pass you're relaxing, running and playing and just being horses. Get into that for them. Yeah, I know. Secured. Yeah. That's sounds like a really great work schedule. That sounds awesome. Well, I know that you just alluded to what else we want to talk about today. We are just going to take a really quick break, and Harrison important messages from our sponsors. But.

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"debbie garcia" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

12:41 min | 3 years ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To welcome, Debbie Garcia, go back to the show. Hey, Debbie and welcome. Hey, thank you so much for having me back. Yeah. We're so excited because the last time you were here we had so much to talk about about your wonderful miniature therapy, horses that we just had to have you back and soon, so we could continue our conversation. So as we get started today, remind our listeners, Debbie about the mission of gentle carousel. What do you guys do? Well, Geno, carousel miniature therapy horses. It's an all volunteer charity. This is our twenty th year and the horses travel all around the country, but they work inside children's hospitals with families who've had tragic events or challenging events, whether it's a natural event like weather. Hurricanes or tornadoes, or whether there's been a challenge. This man made the horses were at sandy hook after the tragedy there or in Charleston. They worked with the survivors of the pulse nightclub, and they work in places like in Oklahoma when the children were trapped in schools by the tornado there in Moore, Oklahoma. So they do a lot of different work for such little guys. They do big jobs. So that's basically what the horses do. Well, it's just so wonderful and have to ask you Debbie so we talked about this, but I really like I just revisited a little bit about, you mentioned some of major incidents that have happened in the United States, that you guys responded to and just tell us. So I remember you telling me that you guys were invited into these communities, but I'd like for you just talk a little bit about. Have you guys had any trauma training? How? How do you feel like you guys are prepared to go into these communities after these types of mass incidents? Well, you're right. We only if we're invited by the community and, you know, there's a plan for them of what the community wants the horses to do. So I was a school principal. I've had some training in that area. But really the experts come in and work with us hand in hand, whoever's working in that particular community, but the horses are really away responding and bring some love to the children or to the adults who experienced a tragedy often when we are with someone we don't do the talking. It's amazing what people will share just with the horses often for the first time talking about what they saw how they feel we work in police station. So a lot of work with first responders who've experienced Matic events to or. Or in, like, after the pulse nightclub, we worked with the medical examiner's office to encourage, you know, people that you don't necessarily think about after there's been a tragedy. So we were down there initially working with families in Orlando, and, and some medical staff, and then we were called back in because Orange County called us and said, the, the medical examiner said, all we got was the governor and all we wanted was the ponies so we went in and fry them. And so, you know, each situation is different. And what the need is, is different. So we really have to go with what that organization or group or town wants us to do. Yeah. That are there will, I saw appreciate you saying that because I know so many people have the best intentions in mind, when they're these types of tragic situations. But it's so important like you said that you're invited you're working with a specific group, and you guys don't to show up, which is so great of how mindful you are, and respectful like you said, because a lot of times, it is best just to say nothing, but to let the little Many's work their magic, which they certainly do really easily. So that's so great. Well and remind us, Debbie of how many horses, you guys have little miniature horses, and where you get them from will there a nineteenth therapy, horses in our program in the United States, and they work with about twenty five thousand patients year across the country. And then we also have a team in Europe in near Athens Greece. And there are eleven. Horses there. And they work primarily with children in orphanages. They worked in Syrian refugee camps. They trained here and flew there. And we kind of go back and forth and Skype and watch and help. And I think since we last talked the horses that were in Greece were actually near the, the big fire that in Greece, and the horses were amazing because they were in the community that was lost in the fire and had just a few minutes to be able to escape and because of their training and being able to handle all kinds of things that most horses wouldn't be able to they loaded them in minivans to try to escape it on the road was blocked, and there was so much fire in almost a hundred people were lost children and adults including the orphanage where the horses have worked for years, but they were able to unload, and we've through the fire and make it to the sea, and they handled all of that. And so the handlers and the horses. All made it even through such an incredible tragedy and waited by the sea for the fires to go out. So, you know, being as commas they were really saved their lives. So that's the two groups of horses, and the works at work that they do in the United States, and then over in Europe and do you breed them yourself, stubby. Most of them now have have been born with us. You know, initially we purchased horses, but we really found that being able to start their training at a really young age by young, you know, I mean, generally, it takes a very special horse to be happy and safe doing the kind of work that they do in the best of circumstances. It isn't unusual horse that can handle being in the middle of the city, you know, going up and down Vader's in high rise buildings and working with people, and, you know, and enjoying it and enjoying the attention. And so there's a lot of training that goes. Into the horses. They go through a two year basic training program, and they're always working, but you could do all of that. And if you don't have the right horse that really enjoys that kind of attention, and who is completely safe in an environment, like intensive care in a hospital. Then, you know it's not going to work so they go through, you know, they go through an intensive training program and even then it's a challenge, but we start them when their foals like the day they're born and because their moms trust us so much that they are able to, you know, be handled to be around things like wheelchairs and sights and sounds. And then they actually visit the hospitals when they're babies with their mom. So it makes a big difference to get used to all the sights and sounds of a hospital at an early age. Yeah. I just love that. And I totally get that, because that's really the same way it is for service dogs, and it really is if got to. Have that personality that like you said that really enjoys being in those stressful environments. And I'm just amazed with lovey, because she was bred for the program, and I get why they do that. Because she is not at all intimidated, or nervous or shaken at all Ben. I really accredit a lot of that to her breeding. And to what she was exposed to just like you said, from birth which is just so important for these guys doing these really intense jobs and we've found too. I think we talked about it a little bit before. But it kind of goes along with the dogs that we work with even though the horses are doing very unusual things, and they're found in very unusual places. It's very, very important to us that, you know, we keep in mind that their voices in every way, and we want them to live a natural life. They live. With a lifelong heard that is their family their forever family. So when they come back from working, you know, in a highrise building or working in a city they are with horses being horses. They're outside. They have a heard. They're moving. You know, we're just very aware that they are horses in every way, and we'll have people come up when they see them and go, oh, it's like a therapy dog, but a horse is not like a dog at all the way that they think the wave the things that make them happy in their life are completely different. And one thing that we know is they need a lot of space to run horses are really designed to move continually, and in the wild horses. Walk as much as twenty miles a day in open spaces, and they move, and they eat, small amounts of food all day long up to twenty hours a day, and they live with multiple horses for safety and security, but just to feel good. And feel safe and horses are one of the most social creatures. And that socialization is just critical to their wellbeing, and their happiness. And so we try to keep all of that in mind. And it's the reason that we have a livestock, guardian dogs working with them and living with them, because it allows them to safely be horses, and to safely be out over acres of land, like they really need to do just to be happy and healthy. Yeah. At how many acres do you have them on Debbie? They are on fifteen acres that he's loops up around a property, and all the way back on down on the other side. And then we specifically put their food their water, their minerals, everything out in all different locations on the property, so that they are constantly moving going from place to place to get the food that they want to get the water to get everything that they need because we want to keep them healthy. We want to keep them moving and they also just run and play just need a lot of space. And we will hear people who say, well, I want to get, you know, a therapy horse, or I want to, you know, have one can I just keep it in my house? I just keep it in my small backyard and you could. But it would be very, very sad. No. And in our goal is that these animals are doing amazing things for for humans. And we wanna make sure that we keep that in mind and give them a wonderful life. We don't wanna take something away from them so that we can get what we want right to be able to do both. And unlike the dog who's really happy just being with the person you know love that horses really, really are happy being with other horses. Herd animals, and so they're thinking is very different. Yeah. Yeah, I really appreciate you saying that making that differentiation and because people are seeing them more on TV more out in public. You know that people are thinking. Oh, hey, I would like one of those, but I really hear what you're saying that they are herd animals, and they need that, and I just want to ask you too. So how much time do you usually give them in between when they're going out and working? And then when they have that downtime with their heard, what is a good time frame that you liked to work with our goal is that they work unless they're actually traveling to situation, the horses rotate, and they work. No more than two days a week. So they have five days a week that they can just be horse. It's yeah. Pass you're relaxing, running and playing and just being horses. I get into that for them. Yeah, I know. Yeah. That's like a really great work schedule. That sounds awesome. Well, I know that you just alluded to what else we want to talk about today, and we are just going to take a really quick break, and Harrison important messages from our sponsors. But when we come back, we're going to talk about the other animals that you mentioned that are really important to the herd..

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"debbie garcia" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

12:39 min | 3 years ago

"debbie garcia" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Back to working like dogs on pet. Life radio were so happy to welcome. Debbie Garcia, go. Chad back to the show. Hey, Debbie and welcome. Hey, thank you so much for having me back. Yeah. We're so excited because the last time you were here we had so much to talk about about your wonderful miniature therapy horses on that we just had to have you back and soon so we could continue our conversation. So as we get started today remind our listeners Debbie about the mission of gentle carousel. What are you guys do well gentle carousel miniature therapy horses? It's an all volunteer charity. This is our twentieth year and the horses travel all around the country, but they work inside children's hospitals with families who've had tragic events or challenging events. Whether it's a natural event. Like weather. Hurricanes or tornadoes or whether there's been a challenge. This man made the horses were at sandy hook after the tragedy there or in Charleston. They worked with the survivors of the pulse nightclub and then they work in places like in Oklahoma when the children were trapped in schools by the tornado there in Moore, Oklahoma. So they do a lot of different work for such a little guys, they do big jobs. So that's basically what the horses do. Well, it's just so wonderful. And I have to ask you, Debbie. So we talked about this. But I I really would like for stitches revisited a little bit about you mentioned some of those major incidents that have happened in the United States that you guys responded to and just tell us. So I remember you telling me that you guys were invited into these communities, but I'd like for you just talk a little bit about have you guys had any trauma training. How? How do you feel like you guys are prepared to go into these communities after these types of mass incidents? Well, you're right. We only if we're invited by the community and horses. You know, there's a plan for them of what the community wants the horses to do. So I was at school principal. I've had some training in that area. But really the experts come in and work with us hand in hand whoever's working in that particular community, but the horses are really a way of responding and bringing some love to the children or to the adults who experienced a tragedy often when we are with someone. We don't do the talking. It's amazing what people will share just with the horses often for the first time talking about what they saw how they feel we work in police station. So a lot of work with first responders who've experienced traumatic events to or. Or in like after the pulse nightclub. We worked with the medical examiner's office to encourage, you know, people that you don't necessarily think about after there's been a tragedy. So we were down there initially working with families in Orlando, and and some medical staff, and then we were called back in because Orange County called us and said, the the medical examiner said all we got was the governor. And all we wanted was the ponies. So we went in and fry Sam. And so, you know, each situation is different. And what the need is is different. So we really have to go with what that organism or group or town wants us to do. Yeah. Families that are there. I saw appreciate you saying that because I know so many people have the best intentions in mind when there are these types of tragic situations, but it's so important like you said that you're invited you're working with a specific group. And and you guys don't just show up which is so great of how mindful you are an respectful like you said because a lot of times it is best just to say nothing. But to look the little minis work their magic, which they certainly do really easily. So that's so great, well and remind us w how many horses you guys have little miniature horses, and where you get them from will. There are nineteen therapy horses in our program in the United States, and they work with about twenty five thousand patients a year across the country. And then we also have a team in Europe in near Athens Greece, and there are eleven. Horses there, and they work primarily with children in orphanages they worked in Syrian refugee camps. So they trained here and flew there. And we kind of go back and forth, and Skype and watch and help. And and I think since we last talked the horses that were in Greece were actually near the the big fire that increase and the horses were amazing because they were in the community that was lost in the fire and had just a few minutes to be able to escape and because of their training and being able to handle all kinds of things that most horses wouldn't be able to they loaded them in minivans to try to escape it on the road was blocked, and there was so much fire in almost one hundred people were lost children and adults including the orphanage where the horses have worked for years, but they were able to unload and we've through the fire and make it to the sea, and they handled all of that. And so the handlers and the horses. All made it even through such an incredible tragedy and waited by the sea for the fires to go out. So, you know, being as calm as they were really saved their lives. So that's the two groups of horses and the works at work that they do in the United States and then over in Europe, and do you breed them yourself stubby, most of them? Now have have been born with us. You know, initially we purchased horses. But we really found that being able to start their training at a really young age by young, you know, I mean, generally, it takes a very special horse to be happy and safe doing the kind of work that they do in the best of circumstances. It is an unusual horse that can handle being in the middle of a city, you know, going up and down Vader's in high rise buildings and working with people, and you know, and enjoy and get an enjoying the attention. And so there's a lot of training that go. Goes into the horses. They go through a two year basic training program, and they're always working, but you could do all of that. And if you don't have the right horse that really enjoys that kind of attention, and who is completely safe in an environment like intensive care in a hospital than you know, it's not going to work. So they go through you know, they go through an intensive training program. And even then it's a challenge, but we start them when their foals like the day, they're born and because their moms trust us so much that they are able to, you know, be handled to be around things like wheelchairs and sights and sounds and then they actually visit the hospitals when they're babies with their mom. So it makes a big difference to get used to all the sights and sounds of a hospital at an early age. Yeah. I just love that night. Totally get that. Because that's really the same way it is for service dogs, and it really is if they've got. To have that personality that like you said that really enjoys being in those stressful environments, and I'm just amazed with lovey because she was bred for the program. And I get why they do that. Because she is not at all intimidated or nervous or shaken at all. But I really accredited a lot of that to her breeding and to what she was exposed to just like you said from birth which is just so important for these guys who are doing these really intense jobs, and we've found too I think we talked about it a little bit before. But it kind of goes along with the dogs that we work with even though the horses are doing very unusual things, and they're found in very unusual places. It's very very important to us that you know, we keep in mind that there is in every way, and we want them to live a natural life. They live. With a lifelong heard that is their family their forever family. So when they come back from working in a high-rise building or working in a city they are with horses being horses. They're outside. They have a heard they're moving. You know, we're just very aware that they are horses in every way, and we'll have people come up when they see them and go, oh, it's like a therapy dog, but horses not like a dog at all the way that they think the wave the things that make them happy in their life are completely different. And one thing that we know is they need a lot of space to run horses are really designed to move continually and in the wild horses walk as much as twenty miles a day and open spaces, and they move and they eat small amounts of food all day long up to twenty hours a day, and they live with multiple horses for safety and security, but just to feel good. And to feel safe and horses are one of the most social of creatures, and that's socialization is just critical to their wellbeing and their happiness. And so we try to keep all of that in mind. And it's the reason that we have life dot guardian dogs working with them and living with them because it allows them to safely be horses and to safely be out over acres of land. Like, they really need to do just to be happy and healthy. Yeah. At how many acres do you have them on Debbie? They are on fifteen acres that he's loops up around a property and all the way back on down on the other side. And then we specifically put their food their water their minerals, everything out in all different locations on the property. So that they are constantly moving going from place to place to get the food that they want to get the water to get everything that they need because we want to keep them healthy. You want to keep them moving, and they also just run and play and just need a lot of space, and we will hear people who say, well, I want to get, you know, therapy horse, or I want to, you know, have one can I keep it in my house just keep it in my small backyard, and you could, but it would be very very sad. No. And and our goal is that these animals are doing amazing things for for humans, and we wanna make sure that we keep that in mind and give them a wonderful life. We don't want to take something away from them. So that we can get what we want to be able to do both. And unlike a dog who is really happy just being with the person you love that horses really really are happy being with other horses. Herd animal, and so their thinking is very different. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I really appreciate you saying that in making that differentiation, and because people are seeing them more on TV more out in public. You know that people are thinking, oh, hey, I would like one of those. But I I really hear what you're saying that they are herd animals, and they need that. And I just want to ask you too. So how much time do you usually give them in between when they're going out and working and then when they have that downtime with their heard what is a good time frame that you'd like to work with our goal is that they work unless they're actually traveling to a situation, the horses rotate, and they work no more than two days a week. So they have five days a week that they can just be horse. Yeah. Pass here relaxing running and playing and just being horses. Get into that for them. Yeah. I know. Yeah. That sounds like a really great work schedule. That sounds awesome. Well, I know that you just alluded to what else we want to talk about today, and we are just going to take a really quick break and Harrison important messages from our sponsors. But when we come.

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