8 Burst results for "Dolly Garcia"
Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"dolly garcia" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"I didn't watch a lot of giant games. Has shown some one year he's pretty great in the next year. He's not. He's due to be great this year, so maybe that's just the Giants wearing off on him. There are some guys that I think could grab a spot in camp identity Duffy is in camp. His name I haven't heard in a while. But yeah, if it were me, I would love to see them go out and bring back more or Zach britton is still a free agent, maybe bring him in. I think they could really use one more guy that is reliable and kind of just can tie it all together. So we talked about the starting pitching is the strong suit. The weakness would be the lineup and it was the weakness and they didn't do a whole lot to address that. I believe they didn't bring in anyone on a major league contract and he hit her right. So they're kind of banking on the same guys getting better, a full season of Josh young, et cetera. So maybe we can talk about the high point first because the issue was, well, there were multiple issues, maybe. But they had a low on base percentage. They had the 6th lowest on base percentage of any team last year. But they did have a breakout in the real bright spot was Nathaniel Lowe, who was on a rate basis at least the second best hitter in baseball behind Darren judge in the second half of last season. Now that was with a 400 plus babbitt, but what was the cause cited for how he suddenly got so great and I guess that would have some bearing on whether you can expect it to continue. Yeah, it was so it took me I've been doing this now 7 years to learn this hidden baseball secret and I am about to make it public for everyone on this podcast, which is to get hits. You have to swing the bat. And that is something that he just didn't really do a whole lot of. He had a lot of call third strikes. I really saw that being funnier than it was than it was. And then I said it and that was not my that was not my best work. You had a lot of call third strikes the year before. And they encouraged him last year to actually get that off of his shoulder swing. You have a good eye. You're not going to just chase a bunch. So get out there and do it, man. And we saw the results. So if it was just a mindset thing, like you said, it's about it was really high in the second half. Is he going to hit 300 again? I don't know. Maybe there's something to be said for this being the second year of a new mindset, maybe he gets more comfortable with it and he's even better. Or maybe he just reverts back to has a stretch where he's uncomfortable and reverts back to being very passive again. I think all on the table. But yeah, just cause to believe that it could be sustainable. Just because it really was more of an approach and mindset thing like swinging a good pitch is don't just take them to take them. So I think there's, I would say cautious cautiously optimistic on my part. The guy who you probably don't need to tell to swing and who I just Levi, I can't figure out if I believe it. So I want to know if you believe it. Okay. And that's a dos Garcia who, you know, like you see strikes out like 28% of the time or didn't 2022, but he still managed to one 12 WRC plus, he hit 27 home runs, put up like four wins by our version of war and it was a good base runner and you look at a guy who you might invite to be a little more discerning and think is this going to stick and I don't know. So you tell me, what are your what are your expectations for adela's Garcia this year? Oh man. Rude question. I've already out of myself as a 70 year old. So you guys want to hear a word that you're going to hate that I think that I'm just I'm just cringing at myself for because I'm about to say this word. Do you either of you believe in clutch? I'm persuadable. Because this may have just been pure luck. I am fully aware this might have been pure luck. There were so many times last year, and this is weird for a team that lost a lot of one run games. Where he would come up late in the ball game, it's a clutch moment and I just feel like I'm swearing in front of my parents every time I say the word clutch on a fan cross podcast. And he would come through, whether it be a home run or a big RBI single or even some of his walks came in very high pressure situations where the team could really use a lot. And I think that probably if again, not having the numbers in front of me, I would imagine that contributed to some of his high war for a guy with such high strikeout numbers. One thing that he did better last year than the year before is he sort of maintains his conditioning, which is the year before he was just such a all out player every day, every play he was just like smashing into walls and going a hundred miles an hour last year he was a little bit better at like rein it in. You don't have to crash into a wall and a 7 run ball game like you made the team, you're good. And was able to sort of sustain his performance a little deeper into the year. Absolutely the chase is a problem. It's always been a problem. But I think there's a place in a lineup for a guy like that. And I don't know if it's your number four hitter, but for the guy that can play solid defense, had like canon arm, good speed, goodness runner, and has a tendency to come up big and close in late moments. Like I think you just sort of pay for that with the currency of strikeouts and go, that's just, you can't take away his aggression, otherwise you're going to sort of start to lose some of these other things that he does well. You can't build a whole team out of a Dolly Garcia. But can you have one Adele's Garcia on your team? I think you can. And if you're not relying on him to be dug eye, then yeah, I think he could be a valuable part of a lineup. Well, first of all, I think it's fine to utter the C word on a fan graphs podcast. It's okay. In fact, there's a stat called clutch on the fangraphs website and at the least Garcia was in the top 20 in that last year. So it's backed up by the stats. Good. I'm glad I don't look like an idiot. Yeah, I don't think that was why his war was so high, but it adds some extra value. The only question is is that a repeatable feat, right? Because his clutch was negative in 2021, so I don't know whether that's something he can continue to do, but. Beyond that, I wanted to ask about the two big additions last year, semi and in secret. Now started the year just hitting horrendously and then right at the ship and finished very strong. Seeker had a pretty good year. I guess it was a down year for him, but he has been often cited as the number one candidate to be helped by the new positioning rules, right?
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"dolly garcia" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Right now slated to make more in 2022 than the Orioles, the pirates or the guardians, entire roster. How much money Max Scherzer is making? Okay, let's talk about the Texas Rangers in two days they committed more money and salary than they had the previous four seasons combined. What about the rangers adding Marcus Simeon and Corey Seager? Well, they might now have the best middle infield in baseball. Marcus Simeon had a tremendous year and that's two out of the last three. He's been a great player a tremendous Clubhouse guy and remarkable that how well he moved to second base last year when that is not an easy transition. Corey Seeger is still a terrific player. But let's keep in mind the rangers won 60 games last year. They got outscored by a 190 runs and I had a talent of evaluator tell me that other than a Dolly Garcia, they really don't have an everyday player on their team that can play on a maybe even an above 500 team. That's how he described the rangers offense, how short they were on position players. Well, they added two really good ones. Guys who are going to be there for a long time, they're going to stabilize and defensively and offensively and adding John grey to that rotation. Now they have to address their pitching, but for the rangers a tremendous first move. And if they can go from 60 wins to 75 with those three editions and others, that's a pretty big jump. In my like what the angels are trying to do this winter and that is the threat and needle on one hand up grade the pitching staff. You know, that's entirely their focus. And at the same time, not necessarily get locked into huge long-term contracts because at some point they're going to have to pay shohei Otani. What do you think of the angels? Well, I like what they've tried to do here. They got their clothes, raised yellow glaciers, which I think they had to do. They added Noah synagogue. We don't know what he's going to be like, given his health, but he's certainly worth a try at 21 million for one year. I think they have a chance to get better. I still don't think they're that far away if Otani has that year trout comes back and is the best player in baseball. Rendon comes back and is a 100% healthy. I think this team has a chance to be much better than last year, but they have to add another starting pitcher and maybe two, because what they've added so far just isn't enough. The Seattle Mariners and Toronto Blue Jays to me very interesting off seasons. The Mariners signed Robbie ray. American League sayong award winner, the Blue Jays signed Kevin gossman away from the San Francisco Giants, gossman had a big step forward last year. I know the Giants didn't make a strong attempt to keep him in part because they were concerned about his second half. Give me some thoughts and Mariners and Blue Jays. Well, I like where the Mariners finished last year as we know. They almost made the playoffs. They've done some interesting things and starting with Robbie ray. I mean, he has to be, if they're gonna make the playoffs, Robbie ray has to be something close to the say young winner that he was in 2021. So just that move alone, I think gives them some real versatility in that rotation and Adam Frazier gives him another offensive player at second base, which they needed also. I could see them making the next step next year and making the playoffs with the moves that they made. As for the Blue Jays, I mean, those are those for big losses. You lose the Cy Young winner like that. You lose Marcus Simeon. Those are big losses. But they filled in with some interesting people. They have that great young base coming back, and I still like with a Blue Jays are, I could see them be at a playoff team next year also, if, of course, there are 7 playoff teams instead of 5. I had a conversation with a baseball executive yesterday in which I said, you know, a team that I kind of like what they're doing, the Marlins, they go out and trade for Joey Wendell. They trade for Jacob stallings to be their catcher. You know, to help that young pitching staff, they sign Abby sailed Garcia. You can make an argument that maybe they paid above market for him. But you know what, Tim, they have potentially a great rotation. They got a little bit better on defense and they got a little bit better on offense. What do you think? Yeah, I think they got more than a little better on defense. Joey Wendell is a well above average defensive third baseman or wherever you put him. Jacob stallings want a gold glove. And obviously Darcy is a pretty darn good right Fielder and he was arguably the best offensive player on the brewers last year, even though the brewers didn't hit much in the postseason. Plus, with that young rotation, they signed sandy Alcantara long-term. I really liked what the Marlins did also. I'm not suggesting their better than the mets or the braves or maybe even the Phillies, but they needed some significant work done with that team after last year, and they got it done. All right. Some teams that are relatively inactive, when you compare it to market size, the Yankees, the Red Sox, the Dodgers, the Phillies, the Giants, and I'm not saying, these are the reasons that this is justified, but I do think that and I know this from conversations with executives. But part of the thinking of those teams who have all flirted with the competitive balance tax threshold in recent years and sometimes moved up on over it and sometimes gone below it is that they want to know what the rules of the next CBA are actually going to be. It's pretty clear Steve Cohen just plowed through and he's like, you know what? I'm going to spend this money. I'm going to have a huge payroll and if they're taxes, that's fine, I'll deal with that. Whereas I think from what I understand, some of the other teams are like, you know what? We want to know what the rules are and Tim, as I talked about with Paul and bikinis, if you're a team that has some financial flexibility after this labor stoppage is over, you could potentially do some damage because it's going to be a scramble with a lot of the middle class players taking big hits and salaries. So I don't know if it was the right thing for the Yankees to do. They need a shortstop, but that's I think the justification in part for what they're thinking. Yeah, and I certainly understand that. Now, I think if you're a Yankee fan, you want your shortstop wrapped up before you get to December the first and that did not happen, but I'm with you on this buster. Those are payroll, flexibility teams, those big market clubs that can do pretty much whatever they want when this market open opens back up again, which again, we're not sure when that's going to be. Dodgers can pretty much do whatever they want because of their money, but they still have a very good team. The Yankees have some work to do. I fully expect them to do it once they understand what the rules are, and they can not get out of this off season without getting a premiere shortstop one way or another. And the Red Sox didn't do much. I'm still not sure I understand the hunter Renfro move. He was an excellent defensive player last year and had a pretty darn good offensive season also. But again, they have the flexibility to say we can wait where others couldn't. So I'm not going to let you get completely unscathed from the labor situation. I got one question for you. Could you have like I have the perspective of time having covered multiple labor situations and leadership groups on both sides, my belief is is that the working relationship between the two sides is the worst that I've ever seen. The lack of collaboration, the lack of the dialog. That's my perception. What about you? Well, I covered the 81 strike buster. And again, I was like 12 years old..
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García Slam for Rangers in 13-2 Win to Avoid Sweep by Astros
"The Rangers crush the Astros thirteen that too is a dollies Garcia hit the first grand slam by Texas batter in almost two years Garcia's twenty ninth home run came during an eight run outburst in the fifth DJ Peters led off the fifth with a four hundred fifty foot drive and finished with three RBIs Texas avoided being swept by Houston again Taylor Hearn won his second consecutive start striking out six with no walks over a career high six and two thirds innings that cranky was tagged for six runs over four plus innings as Houston ended a four game winning streak I'm the ferry
"dolly garcia" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Forbidding over Derby against the moment I'm really excited about that. You have a chance to face him in the final. Yeah, Yeah. Hopefully we both We both get there and you know, we'll see. I think that'll be a fun final. While it wasn't. They didn't get their that show a Gallo before he took the field last set up in Denver in the home run debris where? Who was excited about the possibility of maybe meaning the finals with the Angels Shohei Otani, but they both got Knocked out early Good morning from our Mercedes Benz to play no sports desk. I'm Steve Lamb as good as Gallo in a tiny yard. Neither one made it out of that first round the baseball gods that guests weren't on their side. Baseball's were flying out of courage Field, but it just wasn't meant to be still a lot of fun to watch. Now we get to sit down tonight, and if you're a fan of the Midsummer Classic, and I am you get to watch the best of the best some of the best major leaguers on the field at Coors Field Gallo, representing the American League squad. Along with his teammates Kyle Gibson and Dollies Garcia, looking forward to the big 12 media days. The football media days tomorrow and Thursday at a T and T stadium where day one we're going to hear from TCU, Oklahoma, Iowa State, Kansas State and West Virginia. But Thursday Might be the bigger day when New Texas coach Steve Kirk starts Sharkey's in, uh, answers questions about the Longhorns and the challenges that that they'll face and they've got challenges. Texas is no big deal other than to Texas fans. This is not a relevant program anymore and go back to 2013. When Texas people fired Matt Brown. He didn't resign. He was shown the door the same Matt Brown, who now has North Carolina in the top College football insider, Paul find bomb who went on to say he likes Sarkeesian. But this job won't be easy. He's replacing Tom Herman, who was fired. Herman replaced Charlie Strong, who was fired strong replace Mack Brown. Who resigned but like find bomb said he was fired. And he's got the car heels up and running, and Texas fans are saying, when do we get to win? That's a tough, tough job in Austin. That's your look at sports. I'm Steve Lamb while at home, Tell your smart.
"dolly garcia" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"What's the old saying? Close but no cigar. That kind of sums up the night for Joey Gallo in Denver. Participating in the home run Derby. Good morning from our Mercedes Benz of play, No sports system. See Lamb. This is Gallo was starting to get a swing down on some of the pictures from the Rangers third base coach Tony Beasley. The clock ran out in his first round matchup against the Rockies. Trevor story. Story had hit 20 home runs. Gallo had 19 but again that clock went went off and he couldn't get another one looked like he was gonna at least tie it up came up wanting or short. He ended up with With the title going to the same guy who won it last year. The New York Mets Pete Alonzo, This is one event. I still enjoy watching on TV. There's no politics just a handful of guys who can hit the baseball a long, long way. In fact, one of gallows Moonshots When 494 ft in that thin air in the mile High City Tonight, it's the All Star Game. Gallo, representing the American League for the Rangers, along with the dollies, Garcia. And Kyle Gibson. Maybe one day we'll see Jack leader playing in this game lighter, the second overall pick in the amateur draft on Sunday night. Where when the cameras showed his reaction with his family. There He was standing with a Texas Rangers jersey and Hat on How did he know the Rangers are going to select him? Mm. He didn't know. He didn't He thought he would be a top 10 pick. So when the cameras get to him, he's already got his Texas Rangers jersey and hat on He laughed and totally ESPN that he bought 10 jerseys and pin hats from 10 different team so he would be ready. How about that? He spent $1500 my lord, Because if you go out and buy right now on MLB dot com a jury will Jersey will cost you without your name 114 bucks. That's our 40 bucks. Uh, So But A bunch of money. A lot of money. Yeah. Wait a second, uh, Jack's going to sign about, they say 8 to 10 million, so So he probably should be okay. I I think he'll be you think you put it on his credit card? That's genius that he bought the 10 different jersey. So I guess he tries. What do you ship them back or I try to return them. Yeah, I I know you would do that. Yeah, I would. Yeah, I would say you're returning or donating. Maybe Who would be a good thing to do. That would be the thing somewhere. Somewhere around the world will be 10 kids in a third World Cup country wearing brand new MLB gear wearing buffalo bills, Super Bowl shirt, but he he won't even He won't even get to Where the real thing For what 345 years. I don't know they're talking about starting to sending them to double aid by the end of the year, aren't they? Steve? Yeah, that was one of the things that saw that he might be in the double a liner. He's got the stuff, man. Yeah. By the way, did you shouldn't him to Arlington? Look at the Yeah. Uh yeah. Just throw them into the fire. Why not? While they tried that 1 55 come on. Was David Clyde. Yeah, they tried that once and Here, By the way, Steve O tonight, nearing the All Star game. The Republican National Convention will be running an ad. They'll be running a TV ad. That claims political figures and corporations lied about Georgia's new voting law. Which led the MLB to move the game from Atlanta. Denver. Good call. Yeah, so they're going to be running that ad. If you remember Joe Biden, like in the law to Jim Crow laws. But the RNC is spending 67 figures. How in this ad by I'm going to say something You're not gonna like. Oh, I don't want to see it. You don't want to see baseball game. I don't waste ballgame. I don't wanna see politics in baseball, but politics moved. What Politics move right reform to political game That was the Washington The Washington Post gave Joe Biden four Pinocchios. For saying that the law he was describing the law and the things that he said about it relies. The Washington Post. I pointed that out. It's if I sit down. And I'm watching it. TCU football game one. I'll just say what I'm nearest and dearest for And all of a sudden political at any party. Anyone comes up. I just I don't see it. I want to. This is my release. This is a sport. That's that's That's all I'm saying. Yeah, but you're gonna catch yourself in the crosshairs here. Oh, I know I am. I'm no no, no, not not with the listeners, but your grandson is gonna go Baba. Let's watch the Rangers players tonight in the All Star game, and I sit down to the heartbeat and watch it with him. And and then that ad comes on. What are you gonna do? But he's going to go get Hudson and Harper a beer? Yeah. Alright, baby. You know what you should do happen. We go in with a different attitude. Go go with a positive attitude. Okay. What? It's sleep. That had, uh huh. Treat that add, uh, like the TCU band when they come out at halftime for you. Yeah, Exactly. So when that ad hits just just just watch that ad and traffic.
"dolly garcia" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"How excited are you to watch doing? Oh, he's excited. I mean, he just can't wait to watch Joey Gladys, a Rangers outfielder in all Star Dollies Garcia, he isn't with his interpreter before last night's home run Derby. Up in Denver. Good morning from our Mercedes Benz. A plane of sports chest. I'm Steve Lamb. Garcia, uh, would have been fun to watch with some of the best home run hitters in the game if he had got into this event He had an up close seat to see Gallo, who was smashing the ball out of Coors Field in this first round, but round out of time in trying to beat the Rockies, Trevor story to Gallo took a seat earlier than he wanted in an event that the New York Mets Peter Alonso one For the second year in a row. That guy can smash the baseball, but this year was a lot more fun because you had the fans in the stands to see it. Remember, a year ago, fans weren't able to be a part of the All Star break. Which made it just normal last night against the game Coming up tonight. Gallo Garcia and Kyle Gibson will be representing the Texas Rangers. Dallas Cowboy fans are hoping that former NFL quarterback Alex Smith is right with his take on Dak Prescott, coming back from that serious leg injury last season. Smith should know. After he returned the field a year ago from a broken leg a couple of years ago, he told USA Today he thinks Prescott is going to have a huge, huge year. And he's one of the most unique athletes in the NFL Time will tell Cowboys that camp a week from tomorrow out in Oxnard, California. And those hockey fans. Still be down in Tampa Bay. They got the party yesterday. They had that parade. Um did you see it? No, but it's about time they week and a half ago, but I don't know what the delay was, but they had a party on the water to celebrate their Stanley Cup champs. Did they damage the Cubs? And Yep, and the cup while it didn't end up in the water, remember the Super Bowl champion Buccaneers did this had their parade on the water? And they threw the Lombardi Trophy from boat to boat. Yes, the cup did sustain. What they call an upper body injury in a in a tweet. The team said, Uh we can buff it out. Cup showed a bit of debt to the top of the trophy. So what they're gonna do is they'll ship it back to Canada to Montreal so they can buff it out, make some repairs. And then they ship it back because the tradition is if you're a player on the championship teen you get to have the cup for a day. Yeah, Even some of the Swedish players have taken it home to Sweden. Right? Right. If you want to, You know, whatever you want to do with it. I remember in the Stars had it. Ended up in somebody's pool. Because the McDonald's been, wouldn't it? What was it McDonald's pool? I I don't know whose pool it was, but I know it got wet. Oh, it's it's had harder treatment than that. That thing's been buffed out more than Joan Collins. But I just thought that was funny to go. Well, it's no big deal. We'll just buffet out like like you're going to take it to a body shop. I don't live with that revisions to be right there. All right. Six or seven. Natural look on sports..
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"dolly garcia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Ballpark. He handed over the concourse out there. 518 ft. The atmosphere here is just as crazy as we thought it would be no doubt and it was great to see Nolan R and R. So get involved. As Trevor Story was absolutely amazing. And really got the crowd going, and now we will watch Joey Gallo Gallo, who will be thrilled to buy his third base coach, Tony Beasley, Joey Gallo. The premier power guys out there 65 to 50. He's hit 24 homers at all Star this year he had 41 17, 40 18 and singing He can hit it out and far. Every direction. He's got a 495 ft home run. It's like the sixth highest in Statcast era as far as how far it went, but This is just amazing. We look at Trey Mancini. We wondered. He set the pace there as he was the first guy out of the gate, saying, I think we weren't. He wasn't just having an average around. I think he had a pretty solid round and that's going to be kind of that. Mark. If you look at Trey Mancini Trevor story, I mean, he was He was gassed a little bit and laboring there at the end. Jalloh, who grew up in Las Vegas, playing with and against both Kris Bryant and Bryce Harper, It was Kris Bryant's father. Mike taught him a lot about his swing a lot about hitting. He is big again. 65 to 50 27 years old and we're underway. As he lifts, one in the year to center left handed hitter crushes one outwards right center field and that one back and that's gone. So he is on the board now Pops one up. Talk about finishing the first half hot. His last 19 games 13 home. Guns for Joey Gallo easily coming in hot yellow nodding. It's a lot of ILO. Yeah, he's going hard is bringing it again. This is something they talked about. He's not doing it in a way that Gallo doesn't want. Yeah. 2 15 and only one homer for Gallo. Here is number two. It should be. Let's see. Hope Hicks the wall, this one blasted to right field and that one is gone. A callow gets into this one over the high wall. 16.5 ft too, right? That's out of here. Here's one crushed out towards right center, but that short of defense last Ranger to win a home run derby. Juan Gonzalez back in 1993 You figure that great performance by Josh Hamilton, Right, but Justin Morneau No ended up winning that home run Derby at Yankee Stadium. And I guess it was a 2000 and eight I believe so time out, called here. 1 44 to go on the clock and Gallo with four homers and going with the new bat. Think it might be so Joey Gallo. That Garcia's supporting him. Dolly Garcia. Absolutely start still to come. It will be Alonso and Salvador Perez, one, Soto and Shohei Otani. Gallo takes a pause and it's a little bit of the sticky stick on there. He's got some work to do. He does. He should have no problem. Getting the bonus time I'm fashions, the batting gloves, re fastens those bright red batting gloves, climbs back in left side swings and crushes one outwards right field and that one is gone. He's got five Gallo with a 490 ft homer, and he's gotten the bonus down. Okay, struggling to get that lock that he needs that launch angle. There it is, this one crushed out towards center field that want to find the seats for what his swing is doing it. And again, I said this, they discussed it, but it seems like Beasley's going a little too firm for Yeah, this one smoked too right And that's gone. No hits the top of the wall. Gallo rips one to right field that will go so again. He's got 45 seconds left only seven homers. He hits a towering fly ball out to right field. And that want to get out of this one popped up 30 seconds to go. He's at eight homers. Gallup crushes that one out to Ray,.
"dolly garcia" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Got over a two run shot for a dollies. Garcia, whose mastery of the road continue If you don't have a favorite player on this year, sexist Rangers team you might want to think about it only scar CIA. The guy is definitely making an impact. Good morning from our Mercedes Benz of Plano Sports Systems of Lamb. That was Dave Raymond with a call last night on Fox Valley Sports. Southwest Valley Sports House in the 10th inning at Target Field Up in Minneapolis Rangers were able to force X earnings two runs in the ninth and then Garcia came to to put the ranges front. Went on to win 6 to 32 games up in the series. Good news from Minnesota. Good news down in Florida. That's where the Mavericks red playing against the Miami heat, pretty good team in these very important when you know we got off to a terrible start. The first two minutes. You get down 12 to 2. There's still 46 minutes left, and that's what we talked about. His coach Rick Carlisle, is they were able to get off to a slow start and come back to win. Big 1 27 1 13. They Were led by Tim Hardaway Jr had 10 3 pointers and that's car fans will be happy to hear about this Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania will operate it at 100% capacity for their doubleheader race coming up in June. Okay now becomes the second NASCAR track to announce it will open to full capacity Atlanta Motor Speedway. We'll have all seats available for their race coming up in July. That silicate sports. I'm Steve Lamb. This'd the W B a P Morning use with Nicolo Say, and Steve Lambs, News and sports updates at the top and 30 past each hour traffic and weather on the ones.