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Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"don mattingly" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"15 to 20 per year, but it is definitely true that he was robbed of some homers by that ballpark. And so the fact that Nate Colbert still holds this record with only a 163 home runs as a padre. I wanted to put that into perspective. So I had Ryan Nelson frequent step blast consultant. I called him up on the stat blast phone and he was able to run some numbers for me here and I will link to the spreadsheet on the show page and you can find Ryan on Twitter at RS Nelson 23. But it's totally an outlier for the career all time franchise record holder in homers to have a 163. The next lowest is Luis Gonzalez holds the Diamondbacks record with 224. So it's still significantly more and of course the Diamondbacks are a much more recent expansion team than the Padres. So the fact that the Padres record was set by someone who played for them in their first 6 seasons and in the subsequent 48 seasons or whatever it is, no one has surpassed that is amazing. You have Luis Gonzalez has the record for the Diamondbacks at two 24 Daryl strawberry has the record for the mets at two 52, Evan Longoria for the raise at two 61 Giancarlo Stanton for the Marlins at two 67 and Ryan Zimmerman for the nationals at two 84. I don't know if that's including expos years or not. But all the other franchises have 300 or more by their record holder all the way up to Henry Aaron, of course, with the braves at 7 55. So for this two of persisted, all this time, like the Padres are an expansion team, but not a recent expansion team. So it's pretty weird because if you look all time and just look at how many players have hit at least a 164 homers for one team, so while with one team, 276 players have accomplished that have had a stint with one team where they hit more homers, the Nate Colbert hit with the Padres. And even if you look since 1975, right? So Colbert was traded by the Padres. He had back issues. He was plagued by back issues. He's one of these Don Mattingly types who just was sapped of his power by chronic back issues, which is what made me afraid for my trout when we heard that he had back issues because I was envisioning a Don Mattingly or Nate culbert type power outage and hopefully that's not the case. But that's why he declined quickly and they traded him. But even if we just look since 1975, which was the first padre season post Nate Colbert, every other franchise has had someone hit more homers than Nate Colbert hit with the Padres. So again, it's not even that the Padres are in expansion team and not an original franchise. And so other franchises had more time to have a leader with more homers, even just since culprit left the Padres every team has at least 203 would be the minimum. Padres aside, Andrew mccutcheon has 203 homers for the pirates, and that's the post 75 minimum for a franchise leader, and then you get up to Louis Gonzales and Daryl strawberry and Evan Longoria and Stanton again. And if you look at, I said a 102 176 players all time have hit at least a 164 homers with one team, even just since 1975, a 177 have hit a hundred and 64 or more homers with one team. So most of them, since 1975, which tells you, I guess they've just been more teams and more games played in that period, but also more home runs hit. And it's just so weird that the Padres have not had someone. I asked Ryan also how many players who have hit a 164 or more homers have played for the Padres at some point and 59 have. So yeah, 59 players who have hit that many homers have had at least some appearance made some cameo with the Padres, but no one has hit that many homers with the Padres. And it is just extremely improbable to me that this record persists. And I mean, it's nice for Nate culbert that he got to hold this record for the rest of his life because who would have expected that to be the case. It's not that many homers for a franchise leader and he wasn't with the Padres for that long. So you'd think that this could have been surpassed. And I guess the reasons why it hasn't, I think one is that back in 2019 when the Padres signed many Machado, I described them as a team with one of the game's most perennially nondescript rosters, and I pointed out that they just hadn't had a lot of stars. All of that has changed in recent years, but I wrote according to baseball reference Machado is worth 5.7 war in 2018, fan grass gave them 6.2. Machado's four seasons of at least 5.7 warp matches the number of such seasons by Padres hitters in the past 20 seasons combined. Those four campaigns came from four different hitters, chase headley, Adrian Gonzalez mark Loretta and Phil Nevin and Tony Gwynn is the only hitter ever to have had more than one such season in a Padres uniform. So they just haven't had that many superstars just even relative to how long they've been around. And I guess you have Tony gwyn who's the face of the franchise, the career padre, and was great, but was not a great home run hitter. And then you had Dave Winfield who ended up hitting 465 homers, but didn't hit most of them for the Padres and was signed away by the Yankees. So I guess it's partly fluke partly chance, partly that their superstar gwyn was not a big slugger and their other superstar Winfield was poached and made the highest paid player by George Steinbrenner. So you have a combination of a team that is not a big market team and until recently had not been a big spender or a big contender, so they weren't necessarily always in the market for the big Homer hitters. So that's probably part of it. And then also there's just some weird timing to some players who could have done it, came close to doing it, but had their Padres ten years cut short. So if you look at the leaderboard, Colbert is at one 63, Adrian Gonzalez is at one 61. So he almost made it. He was traded just before he broke that record. He would have done it if he'd stayed with the Padres for one more season. Same with Phil Nevin Phil Nevin is third at one 56, and he also was traded when he was basically on the verge. He was traded at a trade deadline, I think, if he had stayed for the rest of that season, he might be the record holder.
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"don mattingly" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"And those players could include Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens and Curt Schilling and any number of other really, really great players. And then the one player they wind up on is Fred mcgriff. We all do respect to Fred McGrath. And I'm really happy for the guy, right? Fred mcgriff is at best a fringe Hall of Famer, who is nowhere close to some of the other guys he was up against here. This is a guy that never got to 40%. 40% by the writers. You need 75% for induction. He barely got halfway there. Never once in his career buster. Did he finish top three in MVP voting? Never once buster by war, was he ever amongst the top three players in his league. Yes, he was brilliant in the 95 and 96 postseason. Yes. Had we not had the 94 strike, he would have gotten to 500 home runs. But in order to get yourself to a place where Fred McRib belongs in the Hall of Fame, you are presuming innocence when it comes to performance anti drug. And you have to talk yourself into him being a victim of that era. If you want to go there, okay, fine. But the bottom line of it is this. They assemble that collection of people to put Fred mcgriff into the Hall of Fame, which they did. And they assembled that collection of people to ensure that Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens were reviewed and they were. So the Hall of Fame, as always, got what they wanted, but this process from soup to nuts don't make any mistake about it buster was an absolute sham. Yeah, and the ballot limits again, the ball limited three, I find to be incredibly disrespectful to the individual players. You know, and I hate the idea that for the next, until the next time their names appear on a ballot, you know, if you are Don Mattingly, if you're a Dale Murphy, if you're Bond, you're Clemens, your Kurt Schilling, you have to sit back and go through this whole thing again. When their careers individually really were not assessed in this process because what we talked about. All right. You got it, man. Thanks for doing this. We'll be back in touch later in the week. Later, Friends, go Phil. Zero, 9, 6. This is the numbers game with
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"don mattingly" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Reported producer for MLB dot com. She is in San Diego serif. I had known you're in San Diego. I don't think I would have asked you to get up early to do this with us. The only thing in the world that I will ever get up early to do is do this podcast with you. I have told you that I've told Taylor that I think I've said that on here, so I'm always always thought to do so. Well, I know you well enough to know that that is definitely not true because you would get up to do any kind of work around baseball. If SportsCenter called and said, we need you to join if map excursion, you know, in the morning show, when did you join, you would do that because that's a type of COVID work you are. All right, I just was railing with Dave Shaw and field about the special committee vote yesterday. And we didn't even get into the whole issue of a PD guys, whether or not they should be in the Hall of Fame. I just can't believe we're in the same spot we were in the writers vote, Sarah, that the ballot limits again, clearly, to me, are an issue when it comes to assessing these players, you know, put in many, many years, and we get into Don Mattingly a Kurt Schilling, you know, an Albert bell, a Dale Murphy, they get into this situation where they're eligible for the Hall of Fame. And they're not really being considered in a vacuum. You know, their careers are not being considered just simply on what they accomplished or didn't accomplish, they're being considered based on jeez, how do they rank among these other 8 players because they put this ballot limited rate? What do you think? Yeah, it's really tough. I mean, in certain ways it feels like it's a more difficult ballot because these ballots are more handpicked and all of the guys on these ballots are thought to be, to my estimation, guys who were close missed out, deserve that second chance. And we all know that there are always guys who fall off in their first year on the main ballot not getting 5%. And it's an accomplishment for a career just to make the ballot. Of course, but there are always guys you look at and you know, oh, he's absolutely not going to be there. So that removes a little of the clouding when you're trying to get to your ten. But when you bring it down to an even smaller number and you take away the dilution of the actual ballot, I do think it makes a really tough, I think the public perception of what it was going to be. We found out about a year ago that they would be on this ballot if they didn't make it is very different from what actually happened. I think people hear special commending. They still think of the old veterans committee and they really think the jury of your peers. And they're like, well, baseball people know that statistically X, Y, and Z are Hall of Famers, but when you have so few choices to actually make, it gets so much more complicated than that. Yeah, I was thinking about one of the people in the committee, for example, Susan slusser, who writes for the San Francisco Chronicle. I don't know, you know, who she voted for or not, but I'm just imagine putting myself in her position, they have the conversation among the group. It's pretty clear mcgriff is going to get in. So, you know, it's a place you're probably going to vote there. I suspect based on her votes in the past that she would have she would does think that bonds and Clemens deserve to be in the Hall of Fame, but at some point, if you only have three votes and you're hearing the room, you're probably thinking, you know what? These side guys aren't going to get in anyway. I might as well try to use my vote for someone who might get in, whether it's a Don Mattingly or another player, it complicates it in a way that I just don't think is fair to the player, Sarah. Yeah, I agree. And I see, you know, I think the results we got. And the fact that nobody else really came close sort of prove what you're saying. You definitely get this and just looking at how the votes stroke out. That there were those kinds of decisions being made. And again, I just come back to, there's a higher percentage of individuals who you can make a really good argument for them being a whole of Famer. On this ballot, then on the mail ballot, I think. I mean, it depends on a given year. That's a great point, Sarah. But I just think overall this is a tougher balance. And I think people see it. And they think, okay, you get that second chance. But it's a little more complicated than that. It's much more complicated and these guys are going to get caught up just as they did when bonds and Clemens first and Sammy Sosa Mark McGuire and all those guys first appeared on the ballot. The log jam is going to continue and until the Hall of Fame steps in and changes that the ballot limit of three, that's going to continue in every year you're going to have a lot of players not judged on their merits, but judge how they rank, you know, the voters ranked them among the group. All right, let's play the numbers game. Number three number three is 31.
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"don mattingly" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Thank you for hanging out with us. Now, we played a clip from earlier this week. Henry Winkler talking about meeting Patrick Mahomes and they're probably going to do a dinner together. We ask you, Fox Sports radio nation. Who would you want to hang with? Think about that. Because these athletes are your heroes. They really are. You grew up with them. I had a Cindy Crawford poster and a Don Mattingly poster. You know what I mean? These are your heroes. And a cypress hill poster. So Cindy Crawford, by the way, actually Cindy Crawford replaced on Mattingly, I think. I think all our moms probably in the 80s or 90s probably had a moment of like, uh huh. They're growing up when you replaced your bow nose poster. And I was like sorry with carbon electrode. At the Barbie twins are taken over. Hey, sorry, Gary Carter. Scoot aside, payman, there's some posters going. All the ones that you creepily gawked at in the back of Spencer's gifts. And by the way, Cindy Crawford's on that documentary, I told you to watch. I watched it. Pepsi, where's my jet? Yeah, that's on Netflix right now. It's a whole controversy. But yeah, pretty good. I watched it. Who would you want to hang with? Not Cindy Crawford. We're talking athletes. My answer isn't who you would think. Rich would probably say, dude, Derek Jeter. It's not because I think he'd let me down. He's sort of a boring guy. But you also have to ask yourself, just because they're your favorite player, is it someone you'd want to sit down and have a cocktail with, have a steak dinner with and pick their brain and actually have a conversation? What player do you think you'd want to hang with? Now, think about it 8 7 7 9 9 on Fox, call say what's up. We are going to talk about Zach Wilson and we're going to give out some Thanksgiving pardons. Later today. But my answer isn't Derek Jeter. I'd say, from yesteryear, right? I could think of a thousand boxers I'd love to hang with. But my answer because I thought about it is burnaby Williams. Bernie Williams, former Yankee former champion. Here's why. There's more to Bernie than burn, baby burn. Then baseball. Arms are baseball. The guy plays guitar.
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"don mattingly" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"You gotta get me out of the clean up spot. I'm not good enough to hit clean up for this team. So he dropped him in the order and at the end of the season, he said, you gotta go get another first baseman. My back isn't good enough. I should I'm not good enough to be Yankees first baseman. And that's when they went and got Tino Martinez. Just shows you who Don Mattingly is and that's a departure of a great Yankee only he did it himself rather than making the Yankees do it for him. Yeah, and I think that's why it was, you know, before Derek Jeter, there wasn't, I think about, you know, all the great players in baseball history have had 3000 hits. Derek Jeter was the first Yankee to do it because they wouldn't sit around and wait for these guys, right? They wouldn't cater to them at the end of their careers, but in this case, they're under a lot of pressure with in terms of signing judge. I would say, you know, tell you this that a couple of agents this week and these are really experienced agents, they told me Yankees aren't signing them. And what they're feeling, they had the same observation that in the meetings through the years with Brian cashman, he makes it very clear to them. He doesn't believe in these whopper contracts for players or older. And Aaron judge is going to be 31 next spring. They gave their valuation of 7 years to 213 and a half $1 million with that offer they made back in the spring. These agents are telling me, yeah, they'll improve that offer, but they're not going to go nutty. You know, it's possible that ownership that Hal Snyder under more pressure than he's ever been in any situation in the past, especially with Steve Cohen on the other side of New York. Maybe he breaks outside of some of the guidelines that the front office gives him, but these agents are saying they won't do it. And the Giants have so much payroll flexibility. They think that San Francisco is going to put a number out there that the Yankees are not going to touch. What do you think? I wouldn't be surprised.
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"AP sports I'm Tom Miriam The defending NBA champions played the team with the best regular season record in the NBA last season It turned out to be no contest as the Phoenix Suns routed the Golden State Warriors one 34 one O 5 AP's George Tanner has the details Devin Booker led the way with 34 points and 7 assists Mikhail bridges and jock one Dale each had 17 Andre 8 and 16 sons scored 13 unanswered points in the third quarter to improve their record to three and one Steph Curry led the warriors with 21 And they had a bit of an edge out of that moment that nearly capitalized off of it Elsewhere in the NBA the thunder won their first game of the year over the clippers one O 8 94 The wizards topped the pistons one 2099 The pelicans etched the Mavericks one 13 one 11 despite not having Zion Williamson and Brandon Ingram Trey Murphy stepped in and stepped up with 22 points Guys are willing to step up and we got a lot of guys on our team a lot of depth So you know it just shows that we're teams resilient like I said last year is carrying over into this year NHL the avalanche edge the rangers three to two in a shootout and a gold standard duel The abs Alexander georgiev made 44 saves plus three more in the shootout and his first game back at Madison Square Garden after 5 years in New York It doesn't get much better than type shoot out where And the building the building is awesome I brought a lot of good memories The rangers Igor's historic and stopped 42 shots plus two in the shootout Also on the ISO record setting night for Phil kessel The golden knights forward set a new mark by playing his 990th consecutive game and marked the occasion by scoring his 400th career goal in a four two Vegas win against San Jose The Devils bedeviled the red wings 62 as desperate brought scored two goals Other NHL winners the bruins kings flames crack and coyotes wild and black hawks Baseball the Miami Marlins hired skip Schumacher as their new skipper replacing Don Mattingly who managed the Marlins the past 7 seasons Tom Arian AP sports
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"AP sports I'm check freedom The baseball playoff races were all decided going into game one 62 both leagues played day games hoping for a drama filled day but instead just some individual accomplishments were on the line New York Yankee Aaron judge missed out on a Triple Crown didn't play in the final game and his three 11 batting average was 5 points lower than American League chip Minnesota twin Luis Arias judge says he's not ready to look back on his historic season We had an early game today and you know now the season's over if you got to get ready for the postseason so it'll be you know once completely over with and you know whatever happens happens and all the chance to kind of reflect on everything and what kind of happened While Arias became the fourth betting champion in twins history twins manager Rocco bell Delhi says Arias put a nice camp around his season with two walks at a double before coming out of the game Louie goes out there he gets on base three times and he's the American League batting champion So how often do you get a chance to say that The twins are not going to the postseason and the New York mets are Jeff McNeil won the NL batting title with his three 26 average Trying to get back to the player I knew I could be You don't have to last year in the last year wasn't a great year for me so kind of wanted to get back to who I am The Kansas City Royals are moving on They have fired manager Mike Bethany and pitching coach Cal eldred the royals never did contend They were largely out of the race for most of the season Matheny becomes the 5th manager to be fired this year Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly went out a winner His final game as the Marlins manager Marlins defeated the Atlanta Braves 12 to 9 madly announced earlier last month that he would not seek a new contract His team finished 69 and 93 The wild card round starts tomorrow NFL wide receiver Cole Beasley has decided to retire after 11 seasons Beasley saw time in two games for Tampa this year The protester who ran onto the field last Monday night in the LA rams San Francisco forty-niners game has filed a report with the Santa Clara police department He was tackled on the field by rams linebacker Bobby Wagner Check freedom AP sports
"don mattingly" Discussed on WTOP
"Details. Sports at 15 and 45 powered by maximus. Moving people and technology forward. Now to rob wood fork. Washington is in the midst of the first losing streak of the commander's era after suffering a 24 to 8 home loss to the Philadelphia Eagles that left the burgundian gold unhappy and virtually every way. Ron Rivera, you're at the bottom of your division at one and two. How do you measure up against the eagles and cowboys? We still got 14 games left. I mean, it's an early part of the season. We got a young group of guys are getting opportunities to play learn and grow and develop as a unit. The only way to get better is through experience. And we'll take a few lumps right now, but we'll start giving them out pretty soon too. Which better start in Dallas on Sunday or this season we'll get away from them. The ravens two in one thanks to Lamar Jackson's second straight double triple and 5 total touchdowns and a 37 26 win in New England. The nationals avoided a series sweep in Miami with a 6 one victory on the day Marlins manager Don Mattingly announced he will not return next year. Joey manez is Homer on the first pitch he saw for the second straight game Dave Martinez. When he gets ready, he's on time. He's ready to hit any pitch. And his last couple of days, we preached a lot that, hey, with these guys pitching, we got to get ready early and try to get a ball in the strike zone early. Last few days he's done no such luck in Baltimore, the Orioles lost in extra innings to the Houston Astros and state board games out of the last AL wild card with only ten games left in the regular season. The capitals lost their exhibition opener and overtime for three to the buffalo sabers and the Washington spirit took a three zero beating in Kansas City. Rob wood fork WTO sports
"don mattingly" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Played a big role in that as well catching every single one of his starts, how much have you enjoyed working with him and being a part of it? Yeah, I mean, it's certainly been, you know, kind of a prideful thing for me. I mean, just what he's done, it's been such an honor to be back there with him the whole time. And it's just been really cool. It's been really cool. Yeah. Thanks so much, Jacob. Back to you Glenn. All right, thank you to Kelly sacko and Jacob stonks. It's really cool for us too. And stallings made a great point. Sandy recorded 24 ounce night, 11 of them via the strikeout. But none of his first 7 outs came by way of the K 11 of his last 17 outs on strikeouts. Didn't record his first strikeout until the tenth battery of the game, the 8th out of the game, lane Thomas to start the third inning, but he made up for lost time in sandy and the Marlins beat the nationals tonight by the score of four to one. We'll hear from Don Mattingly two in a few minutes first though to the end of town scoreboard will begin in the national league where the mets began the day with a two and a half game lead over the braves in the east division. A rough start for Jacob de Grom in Oakland, the a's scored four runs against the mets ace in the very first inning and de Grom was chased from that ball game and the a's go on to win it ten to four de Grom in a very underground like start last four innings only gave up 5 runs on 6 hits and four walks aids win it ten four and with the braves winning in Philadelphia 6 to three Atlantis back within a game and half a first place in the national league east and at the moment the Met's magic number stays frozen at 9 in that braves game Kyle Wright became the first pitcher in baseball to win 20 games this year. 20 and 5 after 5 and a third innings of two hit two run Bali walked to struck out 6 beat Bailey falter, Kenley Janssen with his 37th save of the season. Phillies is one of the first two games in that four game set, but the braves bounce back in Philadelphia today is 6 three victory, they'll go for the split of the four game series tomorrow afternoon in the finale. Elsewhere in the national league got the cardinals and Dodgers coming up. They're going to play ball in about 20 minutes in LA. Jordan Montgomery will pitch against Clayton Kershaw, Kershaw 9 and three at two 39 earned her an average for the Dodgers. Rockies lead the Padres one nothing top of the third at Coors field in Denver. Headed to the fourth inning in Phoenix now the Giants and D backs are scoreless, the let's see. What else do we have for you in the national league? Only two other games. Pirates over the cubs 6 zero last to the 8th at PNC park tonight and Milwaukee trying to hold on in pursuit of a wild card spot. Right now, you've got three wildcard spots and the brewers are the first team out number four in the wild card standings. Bottom of the 7th on Cincinnati brewers taking care of business tonight leading the reds 9 to one. We're going to see Milwaukee a four game series beginning next Thursday night at American family field. That's everything for you in the national league on this Saturday night. We'll come back and hear from Donnie and check the American League two after
Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"don mattingly" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"I'm welcome to episode 1885 and effectively while the baseball podcast from fan grafts presented by our Patreon supporters. I am Ben Lindbergh of the ringer joined by Meg rally of fan craft. Hello, Meg. Hello. What's this you say about Clayton Kershaw and a back problem? What is happening here? Well, Ben. We are recording at two 35 p.m. Pacific 5 35 p.m. Eastern Time on Thursday. August 4th. I'm saying that as much to anchor our discussion right now as I am to anchor myself because I will tell you. Pretty tired from the deadline still, but I am given to understand that Clayton Kershaw left his start against the Giants after throwing a couple of warmup pitches. I believe in the 5th inning. And the Giants broadcast caught him saying, it's my back. So that seems unsurprising that at all. It's not the best that we're prisoners to our bones, and all of the gooey stuff around them, that keeps them in a meat sack. Yeah, you know, listeners to our special bonus Patreon pads will have heard that I'm anti warming up. So that's where he is. He warmed up. Wait a minute. No, I'm not gonna let you. Brad, your anti warming up propaganda. I'm telling you, there's a scientific basis, not for baseball players, though. I do think probably professional athletes can warm up. I think they should warm up their arms if they are major league pitchers. Yeah. Acceptable in that case. I'm talking about weekend warriors like us if we could even describe ourselves that way. But I don't like backs, specs are bad. Yeah. We need them, I guess they're good, maybe they're better than the alternative, but they seem to malfunction a lot. It doesn't seem like they're fully evolved. Right. You can kind of tell that we did not used to walk upright. I mean, you and I did, I guess we didn't at some point. But our ancestors. Yeah, for a while, we were babies, and we were like on a rolling around and floppy, like a big fish exactly. But our predecessors, the evolutionary tree. They had to warm up to standing upright and it seems like we haven't quite gotten the hang of it yet. We still have some issues. We still have some evolving to do with the backs potentially. That's one reason why I was worried about Mike Trout's back injury without really knowing anything about that specific diagnosis, which I'm sure is different from Clayton Kershaw's, but it just seems like in general, backs are problematic. They're problematic for civilians, right? I have not been cursed with bad back problems to this point in my life, but people who are, they can wrench those things, do nothing. Just bend it over, stand it up, right? And when you're a professional athlete, you can not avoid making those movements the way that you can, if you're a writer or a podcaster, so that's a problem because you're inevitably going to be wrenching those things and twisting and turning. And so if there's some sort of structural instability there, it's just hard not to aggravate that. So they're just so many players in the past to have their power chapter just had some kind of chronic condition, like not even necessarily a David Wright sort of situation, but Don Mattingly sort of situation maybe where it's just you're a different player, right? And Kershaw, fortunately, when he's healthy, he's still really good. So that's good at least. It seems like he's good or bad for a back issue or two every year at this point. Yeah, I mean, I don't think that I have like actual back problems like I don't have like a thing that has been diagnosed. I'm just 36, you know? And so sometimes I'll be like, oh, like swift for the floor. And then the next day my back is like, how dare you? Was it worth it? Meg to have a temporarily clean floor in a place that is coated with dust at all times. Was that worth it for you? And I'll go, no. What did you do a warmup before you swift? No, this is the problem, Ben. I did not stretch. You know, I'm just like, it also just makes you feel like, oh, relaxed into your body to stretch. You just feel pleasantly squishy, you know? Yeah, if we didn't have backs, we'd be like those fish that eat the bottom of the ocean. They don't eat the actual they don't hurt their backs. No, but see Ben. They're fish. Maybe it's better to be an invertebrate than to have a costovertebral. For temporal vertebral function. I'm gonna figure out a way to not say his injury for the rest of his career, which I hope will be long, yeah. I'm gonna be like, I don't know. It's a balky back. You know, maybe we should describe more things that way, so he's gotta walk you back, you know? Yeah, but not in the pitching box since. Also problematic. But hopefully Clayton Kershaw will be okay. And people will just have to sign up for Patreon if they want my full philosophy on warming up and stretching or not. So it has been a couple days from the deadline and it sounds like you are not fully recovered. Did enjoy some of the deadline wrap up pieces at van grass because your coverage was not complete when the deadline was passed there were many more pieces to come. Yeah. I always enjoyed though when dense a bursky uses zips and projection system. I was having a conversation with my colleague Zach krim
"don mattingly" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Here's another characteristic a lot of these school shooters are People who planned them had intended or committed or committed suicide as part of the school attack That's kind of important folks because that means they're not planning Again in my prior line of work when we were doing counter surveillance we would look for ingress egress In other words people would try to get in and get out Bad guys Assassins The people who do this aren't looking to get out Suicide is part of the plan There's no escape plan folks That's a whole different mitigation measure Well why would they attack a school There's no way out It'll be surrounded because they're not coming out That's why That's kind of important for your planning Is it not Here's another one Use drugs or alcohol A synagogue again I'm not judging anyone I'm not judging anyone I'm not here for that It's not my job I am not your preacher I am not your drug counselor I drink alcohol I responsibly of course But folks you know maybe it's time again me included That we doubled and tripled down on that conversation with our kids You know it's not good enough to you know this is your brain on drugs I mean great That was a great commercial And you know I remember it when I was a kid but you know that's not good enough watching a TV commercial you know I mean maybe we need to have that conversation again And maybe we need to have that conversation even if it's not your kid which hopefully it probably isn't But maybe we need to have that conversation with our kid about what if it's someone else Folks I grew up around drugs all the time There was so much weed and Glendale I mean I really how I didn't get a contact high walking out of my house was amazing And I did not smoke marijuana Folks I'm not going to pretend it was because I was trying to be beatified and become a saint I was a baseball player I just didn't like to drink and do drugs I didn't want to wake up I care about baseball I love baseball I just want to be like Don Mattingly That's why Not because I had some high moral characters 16 I was a 16 year old like everyone else But you know shame on me because I didn't I didn't try to talk anyone else out of it either I didn't I did nothing I laughed at it I thought it was funny You know the whole weeds thing watching these idiots take two and pass you know Maybe it's time we had that conversation with our kids again Here's one last one and I got to take a break Way way over That a lot of these school shooters and people involved in it had been impacted by adverse childhood experiences including substance abuse in the home violence or abuse parental incarceration or parental mental health issues You know we all know that kid in the neighborhood It was grown up in that household Maybe it's time you know we do a little more Both me included I taught CCD a while ago with my wife and it was for two years and it was a great experience And I ran out of time and I'm wishing I didn't But maybe it's time that all of us understood that those problems are not home can become our problem real quick See those are real things We can all do All.
"don mattingly" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"But maybe we need to have that conversation with our kid about what if it's someone else Folks I grew up around drugs all the time There was so much weed and Glendale I mean I really how I didn't get a contact high walking out of my house was amazing And I do not smoke marijuana I didn't Folks I'm not going to pretend it was 'cause I was trying to be beatified and become a saint I was a baseball player I just didn't like to drink and do drugs I didn't want to wake up I cared about baseball I love baseball I just wanted to be like Don Mattingly That's why Not because I had some high moral characters 16 I was a 16 year old like everyone else But you know shame on me because I didn't I didn't try to talk anyone else out of it either I didn't I did nothing I laughed at it I thought it was funny You know the whole weeds thing watching these idiots take two and pass you know Maybe it's time we had that conversation with our kids again Here's one last one and I got to take a break way way over That a lot of these school shooters and people involved in it had been impacted by adverse childhood experiences including substance abuse in the home violence or abuse parental incarceration or parental mental health issues You know we all know that kid in the neighborhood who's grown up in that household Maybe it's time you know we do a little more Pokes me included I taught CCD a while ago with my wife and it was for two years and it was a great experience And I ran out of time and I'm wishing I didn't But maybe it's time that all of us understood that those problems are not home can become our problem real quick See those are real things we can all do I got more coming up after the break We'll.
The Rich Eisen Show
"don mattingly" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Fine with that. You never lie on your birthday, yes, I am. Happy birthday, buck showalter. I miss chatting with you. I'd love to do this more often. You'd be well. Hey, you're doing well out there. People like your show. Thank you, surprise me. I said it doesn't surprise you. Just make sure your wife stays on the show. She's a big draw. I will do that, buck. You got it. She'll love to hear that. And happy birthday. Happy birthday. Happy birthday skip. Take care. God bless you guys. Thanks for having me, rich. You're the best buck showalter. There you go, buck showalter. I told you, didn't I? I told you. I loved you. I'm like, wait a minute. They can get buck? I love it. Do it. I love it. I can't say it enough. And he handles everything well. And you know, and when we were getting hit, more than I'm about to tell you. And when we were getting hit earlier in the year, there was a lot of hit by pitches going on. The fact the buck was just the first guy on the top step. He was ready to show the first and he can throw back at you to man. This is so much fun right now. These old school brothers. 66 today, buck showalter. 8 games up on the braves and Phillies. Whoo. And our two best players are not playing baseball. And by the way, his other first baseman from back in the days, only half game behind the Phillies in the praise right now. Imagine that you manage the Yankees and the mets and your first basement or Don Mattingly and Pete Alonso. Very good. Not bad, right? Handled. Those positions are handled. How about that? God, I love that guy. All right, let's take a break. Another man who I dearly love. We own this city. It's about balmer, his hometown. And he's in a David Simon show, and hopefully he won't use the language. Coming up next on the rich eyes that show Josh Chung. Trade.
Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"don mattingly" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"And so he had surgery and he was done for the year and maybe he'll be back to full strength next year, but sucks for Michael conforto, obviously, because as we discussed, he did turn down a big extension offer from the Met's previously and also turned down the qualifying offer from the mets. So that's unfortunate. I mean, that happens at times. That's why sometimes certainty is important. I mean, we talk all the time about how often these long-term contracts can be team friendly, but there are those cases of players who that team friendliness. I mean, the teams can assume the risk that something might happen to a particular player because they have a whole lot of other players and a lot of money, but players it's just a sample of one. It's just those players. And so often they bet on themselves and it works out just fine for them, but every now and then you suffer an unfortunately timed injury. And you end up maybe missing out on a ton of money, which isn't to say that he couldn't come back and get a bigger deal down the road, but right now, I don't know, either he is shaking his fist at the universe or kicking himself for just generally lamenting the way that things work sometimes or maybe he is very philosophical about the whole thing and it doesn't bother him all that much and he's not going to be out on the street or anything, but yeah, not fortuitous timing for Michael. Yeah, it's one of those things where we kind of thought he would that he might end up taking like a pillow contract next year and now he really will be. Yeah. So that's too bad. It's just you feel bad for the guy. It's one of those things that with the benefit of hindsight he would just be he'd just be a rehabbing met and what's newsworthy about that really. Might not even talk about it. Yeah. Although the mets are off to a great start. So far this season. And otherwise, but in better, we're encouraging news about an outfielder. I guess bellies back? I don't know if yelling is back yet, but belly seems to be back, right? Cody Bellinger is hitting a one 49 WRC plus thus far through 16 games. He is hitting the ball hard. He is in the 91st percentile when it comes to hard hit rate. He seems to be catching up to some pitches that he would not have caught up to last year and, you know, there was a lot of concern about him coming off of the disastrous last season. He had so many injuries that it wasn't clear whether the injuries were responsible or not, and then he kind of retooled his swing again and in spring training, he struck out a ton, and there were more fears, but the Dodgers kind of bet on him when they traded AJ Pollock and committed to Bellinger and Gavin Lux, who's also been great thus far the Dodgers. I think are tied for the mets in run scored so far this season among the league leaders in offense. And Bellinger's been a big part of that. So it's still a smallish sample I don't want to declare him back to MVP form necessarily. He still striking out a ton and probably will continue to do that. But he has hit in the ball parter and he's overall been very productive. So that is encouraging news. Yeah, I think that we have seen sort of fits and starts from him in the last, I don't know, two, three years where we're like, oh, everything is gonna be fine and then it kind of plummets. So there is precedent for this being a short lived return to form, but it has seemed to be a good one so far, and that's pretty encouraging from a guy who notched like just, it's not, it's almost unbelievable how bad he was last year and granted he was hurt and so he missed a ton of time. Like he only played 95 games. I think I'm looking now 350 plate appearances. So he clearly, you know, he was injured and then he appeared to be at times compromised when he even was on the field, but like a 48 WRC plus. I mean, we talked in the off season. I think the conclusion that we reached is that they wouldn't do it, but we felt the need to entertain the question is Cody Bellinger and non tender candidate. Yeah. And, you know, he clearly wasn't, but we had a pretty decent sense of what he was likely to make an arbitration even with the down year. And you know, this is another place where the Dodgers are the Dodgers, and they are able to press an advantage. See, this is the advantage that everyone in baseball should try to press, right? Is the money advantage? What fund that would be? We would be over the moon if everyone was like, no, I'll just spend more than you did. That sounds great. But like, you know, a lot of teams faced with Cody Bellinger's production in a potential $17 million arbitration deal with just like move on. And do other stuff in the Dodgers are like, it's just money. So far, they are being rewarded for that foresight. Will he continue? But it's pretty nice so far. Yeah, and as for jelly, Christian Yelich of the brewers, I don't know what to make of him anymore, because on the one hand, he's been dealing with various injuries. He had the knee injury and the surgery, which was pretty serious. It seemed to coincide with him no longer being in otherworldly player and just going back to basically being a league average hitter more or less. And then he had back injuries and kind of like a chronic recurring back issue and that's something that concerns me for a player. I mean, you go back to Don Mattingly there are lots of examples of hitters who have had back issues that have just sapped their power pretty much permanently..
AP News Radio
Marlins win series against Braves behind Cooper, Garcia
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"don mattingly" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Get something off your mind call it four four four the USA and lip and no 844-484-3872 the Dan bongino show They go jibo it's been a while Did you forget last week Well last week it was we couldn't Yeah yeah the news cycle We always have to give a hat tip to our buddy dick Jackson Thanks dick We appreciate it You're one of what it feels like to be a dick So I'm not sure But thanks Thanks to Jackson Thank you for everything We really appreciate it Some of you I don't get it You may not We will not repeat the story ever again If you missed it early on I am deeply sorry But once a week you may have to go twice as we just I like though how you put it on the back burner And because of the news cycle you fit it in first thing on Monday Very good Very good Well done Okay onto the serious stuff because there's a lot of it So listen Business Insider as an article out So I know I know It's take everything with a grain of salt This is obviously a left leaning outlet But I did find the article semi compelling I think I included it in my newsletter today for you to take a look at even though it is business a Business Insider which has an agenda The article's titled we really did hit peak stupid Elite investors on Wall Street say privately that the market's about to undergo a cataclysmic shift and many won't survive the washout Now again putting aside that its Business Insider the premise of the piece has me worried too which I've discussed way before Business Insider wrote a piece on it The gist of the piece is very simple that the stock market we may be looking at a quote cataclysmic shift and a quote washout Well that may be accurate And I don't want to be one of these people you know that joke about Wall Street folks He's predicted 27 out of the last 5 recessions You know how that works You just predict a recession like every two weeks and eventually look I predicted the recession Folks in this case we're backing it up by facts and the facts are this inflation is out of control in the United States Obviously what's going on in Ukraine And Russia is not going to make the supply portion of the market clearing price and the portion of the city better meaning inflation will likely get worse for gasoline food Ukraine is a big weak producer You're not going to do anything for inflation inflation as you try up the supply is more money chases You are good You're going to make it worse So the concern of some of these Wall Street stall street investors in this piece is fair and accurate one And they concern is this that an interest rate is essentially the price for money You know everything has prices right We got on my desk We got a baseball a Don Mattingly bobblehead from cursed in the producer a gavel someone sent me these things all have prices right I don't know what a baseball is what a ten bucks I have no idea I haven't bought a baseball and forever But if you had a supply constraint with baseballs and a lot of people wanted to go play baseball and you printed a lot of money it wouldn't be long before the baseball was $12 $15 $16 $20 you get the point Well one of the ways to control and carbon inflation would be to stop spending money we don't have but unfortunately because we have a bunch of sellout Republicans and a bunch of managed decline Democrats on the agenda that want to spend a whole bunch of money we don't have The idea that we're not going to print and spend a lot of money sadly is off the table because they're committed to destroying the economy of the United States So what are the tools you can also use as the Federal Reserve By increasing the price of money the interest rate you can make money harder to get a hold of I mean just think it through That's not complicated I don't mean to oversimplify it because I don't think you're dumb you know exactly what you're talking about but there are some liberals listening You don't understand this If you go to get a loan at 5% that loan is going to cost you 5% of the loans value depending on the time horizon you pay it off right If you get a loan at 10% that loan is going to cost you twice as much liberals are like I didn't know So one of the ways to dry up the supply of money is to make money more expensive to get by increasing the interest rate in the Federal Reserve has various tools to make that happen through its markers and a lot of the free market interest rate mechanisms are pegged to what the fed does In some way shape or form Well what's the problem with that ladies and gentlemen well the problem with that is we've had cheap money in low Federal Reserve based interest rates for a very long time And that cheap money has made a lot of companies out there invest in a lot of projects that an ordinary times where money was a little bit harder to come by It made those products appear profitable when they were not Call it a hurdle rate It's got a number of different ways to describe it the opportunity cost of money We don't need to get overly complicated about it You can explain it very simply this way If you have a T-shirt company that makes t-shirts Jim's t-shirts or whatever they are And the t-shirts are in a competitive market and may not make the company a lot of money but someone's giving you essentially free money at a low interest rate say one or 2% which is effectively at this point free money based on inflation If they're giving you this free money you take it and even if the product barely breaks even it can still seem on a spreadsheet to be like oh let's give it a shot maybe it'll turn around next year right Well what's the problem with that spreadsheet if the interest rate isn't one or 2% It goes up to say 10% All of a sudden that money got very expensive and a product that may have had potential potential in your eyes to turn a profit in the future now looks negative and very negative in the net present value column for a very long time Expensive money makes for expensive costs expensive costs make for ineffective ineffective net present value equations when it comes to calculating what you're going to pay in taxes and interest elsewhere What does.
"don mattingly" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The USA to get the answers 844-484-3872 the Dan bungie no show You know I know you've kind of grown to love producer Jim As part of this show for the last whatever 6 months we've been on the air But there's only so much I can tolerate folks and it's time for some job action So Westwood if you wouldn't mind please consider terminating Producer Jim he knows I'm not a met guy I was a Yankees guy going a matter of fact yes to the guy who asked me on Facebook has had a Don Mattingly bobblehead on your desk He's probably watching on Fox nation home Yes hold on Let me grab it Yes this I'll put it up here for those of you who want to see it on Fox News That is hot tip Kirsten one of my fox producers who sat online at a Yankee game forever to get me the Don Mattingly bobblehead Jim you can't wear that There's a dress code being instituted in there He's got a met shirt on And not only in my face it's Metz orange with the 1986 mister met where the 1980s mister met did Dave kingman days when they were the worst team in the history of professional sports and he's doing it to mock me And I don't like it Yes you are You're doing it to mock me and you need to go You need to be terminated immediately Bosnian bow were you out there You looking for work I love bow He's got a book coming out Let's get him on the show by the way Jim Mike Jim won't get him on now because he's afraid to lose his job this early Get invite both early on and we'll do a job interview If he's interested at the same time to get rid of producer I'm kidding of course You won't let it happen again Jim is a loyal soldier And that is okay Jim you're allowed to like the mets This is we are not liberals here We don't do cancel culture Although I'm quietly thinking about it But that's a whole other story So getting back to the real stuff we were talking about before that really matters for your life These growing tyrannical mandates now being pushed these vaccine mandates one of them I'm dealing with right now with this company de ballsy of the mayor of New York City has decided to double down And he said as of December 27th which is one of my brother's birthdays right after Christmas bad you will probably lose your job in New York City if you don't comply with his double vaccine Communist style Soviet propaganda Ministry of truth vaccine mandate Folks we got to stand up against this There's more of us than them Well how Well we're going to have to start right now recruiting candidates for office in these positions of power who stand against these things This is a red line When I have to start supporting these causes through our time and through our money and we can't dock them any longer I have made my position clear I'm still in an ongoing negotiation With the people who decided to run this company you thought it was a good idea By the way it's not your radio station's fault When you're listening on so don't email them It's the big parent company But we all have to stand up this fight is not going to avoid your front doorstep It's not You can either answer the knock to the door now or wait for the knock to come tomorrow and be unprepared We have to start cleaning these people out of office and run candidates who believe in freedom and liberty and get them out It's time for us to all stand up It's time for us to do something Because if we don't this is what's going to happen Jim queue up for me cut one This is a UK citizen in Manchester England He's in a looks like a supermarket He doesn't have a mask on The police for some reason come in and start harassing him One of the police officers doesn't even have his mask on right has a down beneath if there's a right way to wear this thing by the way Beneath his nose the guy winds up getting arrested for not wearing a mask I want you to listen to this It's about 40 seconds of this exchange And it just gets worse and worse until he points out hey you don't even have the mask on right air quotes right anyway Check this out So.
The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together
"don mattingly" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together
"You shooting suicide squad. At the time when i had no. She was the last person. I would have expected to be there. And did you tweet earn. Say hey i was the guy that was sitting next year. I didn't talk to you all night. I did not know what. Hey you spent you're actually in your Your in the house you grew up in your In ann arbor. Right now i did. Yeah i'm Yeah on the north campus. Ann arbor michigan. I'm in my childhood home. That i lived in floor seven or eight years. So you have my mom creeps up behind me and started yelling at me to flush the toilet or something. Yeah that's why the fox posters open your old bedroom. i did. My friend did though. And the only reason i would go to his house. Just stare at those stupid posters so he needs to take back bottles and walked to arbor drugs. And i remember the posters on my wall. I remembered vividly was Was brian bosworth. Heather thomas and i think it was don mattingly. I wanna say i didn't. I didn't viney lion stuff. You've even though as a junkie. I have eighty four tire. Stop everywhere but the posters. I had were. Yeah so mix of cheesecake and yet wards exactly and stone cold. Not boston was worth. Oh yeah exactly. Use my baas. I actually got shaved my head like the basel at that site. The lines of all it is their photographic evidences. There is we need to see this in the show notes or something man you see this. I had the blue gargoyles glasses. Like i went all in like i would i. I remember going to the walking to the barbershop. That was next to the little caesars by my house. And i said you brought in the book and said make me this so she shaves the size of my head and let the mullet grow long and i son into the top so it was blonde. I was going to ask if you had the book. You just confirm that exit copies. Because i thought i lost once i bought another one. That's such a riveting inspiring story that you needed to copy as i do. I do And i have a for my forty four. Th birthday about myself a signed baas jersey. So have that hanging on my basement. I i'm not gonna look it up now. I wonder if he's on cameo because of he is in. It's reasonable. I'll get you one. If you don't spend like the only cameo i have ever played that one for you that i have. No the we got. William hung was was twenty nine and I got william hung to go for for for for twenty dollar bill which is pretty much what we call it..
The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"don mattingly" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"The flacco basket. Eighty two point. Six percent of the audience said no no eggs left and i walked members. Forgive diana rossini. It's the only thing i remember about her. Initial appearance with with She said she was all in on flacco. And i'm like what kind of analysis is this. You just can't be all in on flacco. Congratulations to her by the way secret. Babies savy secret baby. Would you ever volunteer to be a senator. Chris cody earlier volunteered to be a center for several strain. It was strange seemed to do it for pleasure then false started Eighty one point three percents said no. They would never volunteer to be a center. The left tackle all started. Wanna fingers but yeah good teammate. Left tackle there was us guard hard. Everybody center guard the tackle. Actually steve making the jaguars. Fifty four percent of the audience said yes. He was making the jaguars. I love the sports. Poll i'm genuinely terry is. I didn't think i keep doubting that dude. I keep doubting that. That's going to be thing. But i guess it's going to be a thing. There's some polls on here. That i did not put up intentionally like is the tulsa football program the equivalent of big pete on multiple people thought it was safer out to put that one up. Someone around here put it up. Eighty four point as the audience said yes every every crew needs a while. Chris cody practice there chris. I was hoping i was hoping that. During the golden shower appearance when we were talking about tulsa football and golden hurricanes. And whether or not that was multiple people peeing on you. I was really hoping that. Limited fake dr phil tulsa linebacker was going to make an appearance there at some point with something related that maybe maybe at the end of the polls he will have something to give us to conclude this segment. Go ahead belly keep going. Does a diet always start tomorrow. But the record ninety eight percent ninety five point. Five percent of the audience said yes. Does the fuca come out of nowhere. Eighty three point. Three percent of the audience said yes. another rogue poll. Here should don mattingly have been managing the game. Just please billy gill Big one ninety point seven percent of the audience said yes. He should have been right. Do you know who the enforce our anderson is fifty four point eight percent of the audience said yes you imagine. A ryen. russillo is always at the santa monica. Pierre eighty nine point six percent of the audience said yes to shipping companies. Care the your packages labeled fragile. We figured out which one we're missing an incident important. One we never put up is sharing the lonely so easy to masturbation judgment wondering where that was gonna i was gonna train reinsert it myself because i was wondering going to post it. I'm like you know what let's have some judgment here. Look at me now. you've got to put it up now. You gotta put it up raising. You showed sign that one you put bad judgment in there and i hope you're getting ready for the big payoff of that dr phil at some point. Go ahead billy. Ninety six point three percent audience that shipping companies Not care if your baggage is labeled fragile. Does jason garrett through jokes ninety point eight percents audience said no. He does not jokes of ables former tulsa. Linebacker dr phil. What's he got forest. what are you doing. you're offsides love a good squibb kit. Quick gaming i also think you said gamut donlevatar fall raindrops relaxing drops and gone drops. That would be stugatz standing outside with my mouth. Open why i fall the rain. Drops and drops in gumdrops. Oh that would be tar show.
Baseball Together Podcast
"don mattingly" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"Very good. I like it. Okay joey votto. Let's talk giovannio votto su. He went on a tear over the course of seven game so about a week's time where he hit nine home runs in seven straight games. Not nine rail each but a total of nine home runs over seven games And and it would have been aid. He would've tied the record. Which brings you know who holds the record. I am curious. I do not know ken. Griffey junior hit eight home runs and eight straight games in nineteen ninety-three of course it. Was ken griffey. Junior was and i know him. Or joe dimaggio. I can't to go all the way back. I can't think of who he tied. But i know he is tied the record eight games. I will say part of the reason. I know that is because they show the clip of the eighth game. during the commercial breaks on On mlb tv. Yeah like between game. Yeah so anyway but joy bottle and the streak ended saturday saturday. He hit a line drive to the wall. I hit about hit like just below the yellow line right. It just barely missed it to wall right for a single. Just terrible unreal unreal. I mean i don't know really what else to say about this. But i just thought it was insane. The he hit nine home runs and seven games. I mean warburg went on a similar terror earlier. Right yeah yeah. He did but yeah and then he got hurt but i hope joey votto doesn't care because he's kate really check it out. Go ahead there are only eight players who have homered in at least seven straight games. Okay ever this joey. Votto joins the group. Ken griffey junior. he's got eight. Then we've got don mattingly day along with the pirates. Those are the ones who have a games. Okay ken griffey junior don mattingly. Along the group with seven is now joey votto kendra.
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
New York Mets vs Miami Marlins game ends in controversy
"New york. Yesterday we saw one of the biggest controversies early in the early season. The mets in the marlins. What a game. This was in the bottom of the ninth inning. Jeff mcneil came to the plate for the mets with new york. Down by run may play mcneil to pull the outfield three. And one the count bass to the belp. Here's the pitch swing a fly ball to right field. Well hit to fall back still going at the track. That's gone mcneil. Doesn't he leads off the bottom of the night with the game tied holder. And this baby's all even to the mets would go on and load the bases two outs michael conforto at the plate. Here's the call. On the marlins radio network now the one to forte three called it got him in the arm. No now they're going to send them to first base. He hit him with the pitch and the ball games over the opening up our initially signaled strike three then he said no it hit them. Don mattingly's out to argue. The mets are celebrating. Walk off three two win. Glenn geffner nine forty. Winz here was the call on wcbs. Mets radio network now the to pitch breaking ball in their strike. Three call victim on the arm. The game is over. It was called a strike initially but then it was ruled that the ball hit conforto. Michael gets to first base and on the mets television network. Those guys did a great job on essen. Y going crazy saying come on. He obviously stuck his elbow out as the ball is passing him and you saw the reaction from the to a radio broadcast bolted. Them saw the strike. three call. By ron copa
AP News Radio
Home cooking: Mets win Citi opener vs Marlins on bizarre HBP
"The Mets open their home season by scoring twice in the bottom of the ninth to beat the Marlins three to two Jeff McNeil homered to tie the game at two against Anthony bass a couple of hits and an intentional walk loaded the bases when bass on a one to count hit Michael Conforto on the elbow to force in the winning run Miami manager don Mattingly argued that Conforto made no attempt to avoid getting hit and that the pitch was a strike it's just frustrating I think more than anything that the ball strike anyway to call a strike it seems like it was in the strike zone and you get hit it should be a strike it was reviewed and the call stood Brandon Nimmo had three hits for the Mets Corey Dickerson two hits and an RBI for the Marlins who fell to one six might make use of New York
Miami Marlins Go Into Spring Training Confident About Pitching Staff
"And gradually rises to $15 an hour by 2026. Spring training has begun. The Miami Marlins surprised everyone. With their first postseason appearance since 2003 last year. Manager Don Mattingly can't wait to get going again always like the beginning of it, because I think it's the optimism and the hope of so many teams and so many players. The Rays after reaching the World Series
Tim Conway Jr.
Bettman: NHL is mulling temporary realignment
"Produce schedule choice of teams to play in their own arenas, a bubble like hub or a hybrid system for their upcoming season. And ex Dodgers manager Don Mattingly has won the National League
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Tampa Bay Rays' Kevin Cash, Miami Marlins' Don Mattingly win Manager of the Year awards
"Is the manager of the year. Kevin Cash of the Tampa Bay Rays has won the American League manager of the Year award Cache guided the Rays to a nail best 40 and 20 record in the pandemic shortened season. But cash was widely criticized for pulling a CE left hander Blake Snell in the sixth inning of the decisive sixth game of the World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Voting by the Baseball Writers Association of America concluded before the playoffs began. Rick Renteria, who was fired after leading the Chicago White Sox threw a postseason berth, finished second in the voting, followed by Toronto's Charlie Montoya. Oh Don Mattingly of Miami was voted the National League manager of the Year I Mike
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Kevin Cash, Don Mattingly win Manager of the Year awards
"After guiding the Miami Marlins to their first playoff appearance since two thousand three don Mattingly has been voted the National League manager of the year in his fifth year with the club Mattingly guided the Marlins two with thirty one and twenty record in the pandemic shortened season that included a corona virus outbreak for the Marlins during the first weekend of play the Marlins made one hundred seventy four roster moves during the season San Diego Padres skipper Jayce tingler finished second followed by David Ross of the Chicago Cubs in balloting by the baseball writers association of America Tampa bay's Kevin cash was voted American League manager of the year I might cross CO
Miami Marlins Open With a Win Over Philadelphia Phillies
"Bit delayed season began last night for Florida's major league baseball teams. The Tampa Bay Rays lost to the Blue Jay 62 for the Miami Marlins won in Philadelphia 5 to 2. In the strange new world of games. Without fans, there's outside or big tits that are big plays that are big, and that's going to be a part of this is just not going to be sick. It's Marlins manager Don Mattingly. They're
South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo
Miami Marlins suit up for Opening Day against Philadelphia Phillies
"The 60 games sprint to the playoffs begins tonight for the Marlins. It can't come soon enough for starting Hurler Sandy L Contra. I can't wait to get outside beyond the miles you know, and leaving 100% after two rounds of spring training manager Don Mattingly says. His guys are are ready ready to to go go at at some some point point that that gate gate comes comes open open and and it's it's it's it's time time for for the the Iran. Iran. The The first first chapter chapter begins begins in in Philadelphia Philadelphia before before this this book. book. Right. Right. We We don't don't know know where where it's it's going going to to go go in in on on chaps look like Hopefully it's ah, straight from start to finish. Miami's home opener is Monday against the
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
Alonso hits 1st career HR to help Mets beat Marlins 7-3
"In the Marlins Pete Alonzo was becoming a hero in New York. Well, he went really deep. Second rider to the bell is first pitch Alonso crushes one of the air deep to right center. This is career. Four to three Homer at a right center field a personal milestone at a huge one for the New York bits as they've got it front of the Marlins. Now is how he rose WCBS. Josh did you see replay that home? I mean that looked like hit like a two iron with we crush that. Very you BUSTER. Yes. A two iron. I was actually going to go with a three wood. But no probably a little bit more accurate. Who bet he he he when he hits the ball. He kills it. I think I I read that it was the longest home run by any anybody in that ballpark. Since John Carlos Stanton was with the team Mets win that game. Seven three. Don Mattingly Marlins manager was very unhappy about some calls in this game. I guess I'm not supposed to complain about calls or whatever. But the league look at it because it was shaky tonight. I understand the whole Marlins aren't supposed to be good this year. And I guess it's okay to pile on. But the they got a it's got to be better than that. Shakey tonight.