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"don sutton" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"If you guys haven't checked this out on social media do myself a favor do yourself a favor head on over to facebook. Instagram twitter linked in. Check out. Both the gs mcc baseball. Podcast as well as the g. S mc podcast network both of those individual pages on each platform one. We'll keep you up to date on everything going on major league baseball and the other will keep you up to date with everything pretty much in the world. Obviously inauguration is happening. So there's a lot to talk about a lot to share with you guys and a ton of things to discuss but if you haven't checked those out yet head over to social media please do so i certainly appreciate it but here in segment number three. We're going to dive into the rest of the moves that have taken place across major league baseball. We obviously discussed the big three in the last segment with trevor bauer. Jt rail mutoko george springer all coming towards the finish line when it comes to deals here but there were a handful of moves made elsewhere as well as a ton of rumors and notes to discuss with you guys but the first one i want to start out with his left handed starting pitcher jose kintana. He signed a one year. Eight million dollar deal with the la angels. According to a source this is pending a physical but seems to be done. This reunites quintana with manager. Joe maddon who managed him from twenty seventeen to twenty nine thousand nine hundred chicago cups. Quintana 's career. Era of three seven three over the course of nine seasons i was an all star. Twenty sixteen so he. He only had one start last year. He was cut short due to a cut or laceration on his left thumb. His pitching thumb during the summer camp or spring training to point out which limited him to ten innings and. That was the first time he had really missed some time. Due to injury because for the seven years prior he had at least thirty starts in over one hundred and seventy innings so for the angels. This was certainly a a welcome asset an attractive quality for quintana because they had trouble basically getting innings from their starting pitcher. They only had one guy last year or in two thousand. Nineteen with last. Full season reached one hundred innings so can figures into a rotation that also includes dylan. Bundy potentially shohei otani. You got griffin canning andrew haney but the angels still could potentially be in on trevor. Bauer like we discussed in. Ultimately you throw bauer quintana bundy and otani and all of a sudden. The angels are certainly a lot better on paper than they were just a year ago. So wait and see if you're an angels fan but it was certainly a nice. I move in an improvement to the rotation to bring in quintana next on the list. Here we have john. Lester lester recently. Signed a one year five million dollar option or excuse me five million dollar contract with a twenty twenty two option for both the nationals lester. It's a mutual option. And i mean this is a solid signing for the nationals. When you look at their rotation they got the top three of scherzer's strasbourg corbin. And then you mix in some john. Lester is the four number five. And that's kind of where he fits at this point of his career. He's kind of coming on the back nine now last couple of years. He's thirty seven years old. He's recently had some velocity drop so he's no longer that front end starter but he is certainly somebody who knows how to pitch and knows how to win has had playoff success both in boston and chicago. So it'll be fascinating to see if he can kind of filter into that four and five slot and potentially watch stats tick up a bit. But when it comes to the velocity talking strictly for seem. I mean all the way back in twenty sixteen. He was at about ninety three miles an hour and this has dropped every year since then to wear. Twenty twenty was the first year. He averaged just under ninety so lester certainly needs to kind of reinvent himself almost for third time here. Work off speed pitches because he's not going to be overpowering anymore with this stuff there in the low nineties high eighties. But it's an interesting kind of projection for him. People have him yara around five based on some fan graphs and things like that but once again in that. Four or five role. When you're coming up behind strasbourg sherzer in corbin. The pressure's a little bit less for less. They're there in washington. So i think that's a good fit for the nationals. As they boost that pitching staff that carried them all the way to the world series not too long ago and twenty nineteen so the national certainly got better as well. We also had a trade to discuss. The pirates traded pitcher joe. Musk grove he was the highlight of the deal to the padres in a three team deal. That sent pitcher. joey luke. Chessy to the mets so the pirates received back pitcher david benner and four minor leaguers notably outfielder. Hudson head. is the one going back to pittsburgh. But must grove is a very underrated talent. I mean and the padres just continue to load up on the rotation. I mean clubbing. You're still out. But all the other additions. They traded for darvish. They traded for snell and how they trade for months grove so they are absolutely going for it and these are the names that continue to be impressive. I mean when you're looking at two. Musk grove compared to some of the other top pitchers in the big leagues. There were only ten starters who had a whiff rate or a swing and miss rate of at least fifty percent on any specific pitch type in twenty twenty now. The minimum here for this graph was twenty five pitches so but there were only two starters who had multiple within that so ten starters but only two of the ten had two different pitches with a whiff rate of at least fifty percent. Those two names number one american league cy young winner shane bieber and number two. You guessed it. Joe must growth of the pittsburgh pirates. Joe had his curveball as well as his slider both above that fifty percent mark so his off speed is certainly extremely above average..
Hall of Fame pitcher Don Sutton dies at 75
"Hall of fame. Pitcher don sutton is passed away at the age of seventy five in his career. He won three hundred twenty four games at a three point to sixty or
"don sutton" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"It 42. North Georgia's News talk w D U N Getting the latest on sports. Caleb back with US a service and Howard Brothers, outdoor Power and hardware. Thanks, Bill In high school basketball. Yesterday, the East Hall girls fell the Cedar Shoals 35 29 games. They lost the West for sight. 63 25 Lincoln County beat Dawson County, 68 to 33 Jefferson beat Madison County 70 to 35 on the boy's side. Gainesville beat West for Seif 59 52 Chester TB, FLOWERY Branch 67 to 53 Dawson County beat Lumpkin County 96 73. Can. Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Holmes is still in the NFL's concussion protocol after a hit he took in Sunday's divisional round win over Cleveland. Reports say Mahomes has cleared some steps of the protocol, but it's still unclear if he will be cleared to play in the A S C championship game against Buffalo this Sunday. And Hall of Fame pitcher and longtime Atlanta Braves broadcaster Don Sutton died yesterday at the age of 75. Sutton was a four time All Star and pitch for the Dodgers, Astros, Brewers, athletics and Angels. He had a career record of 3 24 and 2 56, and he retired in 1988. You can find more sports and access Wdun. Here's something bit odd. I find this Icelandic If I find this hard to believe or not, I think I actually believe this. Check this out. See if you fall in this category, but you don't I bet you don't 52% of Americans say they have never deleted anything from their devices. Really? Yeah. So how much old information you think sitting out there on a smartphone? Well, they found out of 52% of us have never deleted files, aps or anything from our devices. I'm guessing maybe folks, you're just scared to do it. I don't know. How is that possible? I run out of space. I know he gets jumped up. And after a while me that my last phone was like that. Well, not as much now because they've made more memory on the newer ones. But yeah, But my last phone was like, then had tons of memory. I am putting a chip in it, you know? Ah, little SD card. Really? Yeah. And and having the overflow on that and then finally got the cloud business going on with the photos. That's what I was having so many of his photos people take photos and never delete him. Yeah photos and the videos of the big ones. Those air huge files now here's what I find really hard to determine are hard to believe them. 33% a 3rd 33%. Said they have files on their phones or other devices. That are 10 or more years old. Good Lord. Now, I don't know that they can't be on their phone. This tin you anybody out there? Have a phone That's 10 years old. I'm looking right now. The oldest photo that I have on my phone is about seven years old. Okay, That's the oldest. Thing I have on my phone. Well, my phone was upgraded this past year in fall of 2020 so, but I've got this thing set up on mine now where I can I My photos all over uploaded to the cloud. So you know, I can delete him off the phone and they don't delete off the cloud unless you go to the cloud. Tell it, So I don't have that many on my phone because I just let him upload them to lead him. So I'm trying to be better because before I had all over 2000 Good lord. How many do you have in yours? That you might be surprised. That's a good question. I haven't checked. I've got 240. Wow. No. See, I actually go through and delete focus A zoo, you know. Working here. I have a lot of photos that are from me going out on site reporting on stories, things like that. So it's a story that I covered from a month ago in a council meeting or something I'm like. I usually go back and clear photos pretty regularly. You're better about it than I am. On my last meal. I said almost 2000. We did a thing one morning. How many do you have on your phone? And I figured a couple 100 that time had 1800. So was in fact.
Los Angeles Dodger Hall Of Fame Pitcher Don Sutton Dies At 75
"Fame pitcher and longtime Atlanta Braves broadcaster Don Sutton died yesterday at the age of 75. Sutton was a four time All Star and pitch for the Dodgers, Astros, Brewers, athletics and Angels. He had a career record of 3 24 and 2 56, and he retired in 1988. You can find more
"don sutton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Afternoon, mostly sunny and a big warm up. The end of the week. We're looking at high temperatures in the upper seventies. Going into the weekend. It cools off on Saturday. Saturday's high about 68 degrees with a 30% chance of rain. Sunday. We're back into the seventies with a 40% rain chance a meteorologist to that canyon news for a San Antonio here for you. Thanks to that 48 degrees charity. What's going on? H E B's reportedly joining other retailers and yanking my pillow products from store. Shelves yesterday. H e B along with bed bath and beyond. Coals and Wayfair stop selling my pillow products. The move comes after my pillow CEO Mike Lendell publicly sided with those who claimed the 2020 presidential election was stolen from President Trump and reportedly met with Trump to insist on calling martial law. Longtime mainstay of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Don Sutton has passed away Don Sutton's first season in the majors was spent in the L. A Dodgers starting pitching rotation with the likes of Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale and Claude hosting He would strike out 209 batters that season at that time, the most by a rookie pitcher sudden going on to become a force on the mound for the Dodgers through the 19 seventies with four All Star appearances. He was going to stand with the Houston Astros. Milwaukee Brewers Oakland Athletics, then California Angels. For coming back to the doctors for two more seasons and calling it a career in 1988, finishing with 324 career victories. He's currently seventh All time and strikeouts sudden would go on to the broadcast booth for the Dodgers in the Atlanta Braves, inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1998 thesis Emir that the Dodgers would retire his number 20 Don Sutton passed away Monday in his sleep, according to a statement from his son. He was 75 years old. The mega millions jackpot continues to soar, with no big winner in last night's drawing that pushes the jackpot of to a massive 900. And $70 million with the cash option of more than 716 million bucks. The next drawing is Friday. But ahead of that there's tonight's Powerball drawing with $730 million on the line. Well, it is Inauguration Day with the incoming 46 presidents had to be sworn in at 11 o'clock this morning will bring you the latest W away I news time 5 22 now traffic and weather together. Still working. This accident bulging an overturned vehicle. Luke 16 04 West founded. I tend the left lane is blocked that exit ramp is also affected.
"don sutton" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Lord all right. I think we've hit it all at least the major. Mlb news which is Sort of our mandate here so there will probably be more later in the week and there will always be more from us so we will talk to you again soon. Well you just heard me say that. We had hit all the major news and at the time we had but tuesday was one of those days when no matter when we recorded. We would've missed something and indeed. after we spoke. Some exciting news broke. Some sad news broke late on tuesday. Night the george springer deal did get done pending a physical bluejays and springer are reportedly in agreement on a six year. One hundred fifty million dollar deal so the blue jays got their guy. They may not be done yet but they did finally land one of the best players available to a franchise record contract and another contract that exceeds the consensus expectations at the start of the offseason. So meghan i will be recording again soon. And we will discuss that deal and springer and the implications for the bluejays. The angels also signed jose catanha to a one year eight million dollar deal another departure from the cubs going to a team. That's been hard up for pitching in recent years in. The sad news was about a pitcher last week. We talked a little bit. About the death of tommy. Lasorda and how. We hoped that there would not be another string of hall of famer deaths as there was in twenty twenty. Well unfortunately there's been another one already. And it's a pitcher who played for lasorda don sutton. The dodgers great. Who was seventy-five and sutton wasn't quite the pitcher. That phil niekro was. We talked about negro win. He died last month but there were some similarities. They were roughly contemporaries. Negroes crear ran from sixty four to eighty seven. Sutton's ran from sixty six to eighty eight so started in that colfax drysdale rotation and was with the dodgers through nineteen eighty then went to a few other teams before he wound up his career in one thousand nine hundred with the dodgers again and like nico. He was incredibly prolific. Just a total workforce in fact. I mentioned that negro was the most prolific pitcher in terms of innings pitched in the live ball era while sutton was fourth on that list after nolan ryan and gaylord perry lake negro. He pitched well into his forties remained productive in his forty s and was just incredibly consistent. Always took the ball literally. Did not miss a start until his final season when he had his first stint on the i l. hora the l. has it was called and he was forty three at that point up until ten just no injuries you could always count on him to take the ball give you innings and there was some question during his career and even after his career about whether he was a hall of famer because he didn't really have a hall of fame us string of five seasons from seventy two through seventy six when he finished in the five in l. Cy young voting each season but he never finished in the top two outside of a six season span. He didn't make an all star team or end up at the top award voting and he retired with a one zero eight era plus which is not much better than average. Of course that was with many seasons later in his career that brought down the average a bit but he pitched for so long was great at his best and really not bad at his worst up until the very end and he ended up close to the top of a lot of career leaderboards so it took him five times on the ballot to get into the hall of fame but he was in his deserving of a spot. He was not a flame thrower. He was known for his curveball. He was also known for the ball and he is one of the players with a fairly large gap between his fan graphs. Were in his baseball reference. Were we have a listener. Daniel bannon who e mailed us last year a spreadsheet of the players with the biggest differentials between their to war totals all linked to it on the show page and sutton ranks twenty first on that list with a gap of about nineteen wins between the two. And that's largely defensive adjustments ballpark adjustments. He pitched for so long that you know it's nineteen wins but that's over twenty three seasons with almost fifty three hundred innings. So it's maybe not quite as huge as it sounds the biggest war differences. Come from really long. Tenured pitchers like young. Is number. One nolan ryan warren spahn. Pete alexander others like that jim kaat ryan mccain because he has framing in one model and not in the other. But whichever use sutton was great and just a constant so many of these hall of famers who've been lost over the last year were just such a big part of baseball history because they played for so long and so two loss felt by a lot of fans who watched those players for decades and of course in sutton case listened to him on broadcast for years he's in the raves hall of fame. As broadcaster in sutton lasorda didn't always get along great. But i was enjoyed the anecdote from nineteen seventy eight when sutton got in a fight with his then. Teammate steve. Garvey said something about how garvey was regarded as the all american boy. The best player on the dodgers for the past couple of years was reggie smith but that reggie didn't publicize himself so much so he didn't get as much attention and boy that was true. Smith underrated player almost twice the players. That garvey was wise and he had been the best player on the dodgers in those seasons and sutton regretted saying what he said and he regretted provoking the fight and dodgers fans booed him because garvey was so popular but had his facts straight and garvey was not nearly as squeaky clean as his image at the time sutton of course also famous for his firm he got it in nineteen seventy five and he was the only dodger to have a perm that season at least as of august. I just read an article by the ap from that month. That says that baseball had one hundred or so permed players at that point. They're only twenty four teams that six hundred players so that a sizable percentage of the league. Who has permed players but sutton was the lone dodger he says in this article is only regret was that he got the permanent of friday afternoon. He said every woman in glendale between thirty eight and seventy two was there dodgers manager. Walter alston said as long as he gets guys out. I don't care if he puts big pink curlers in it or shaves it all off. This article says the firm doesn't seem to be a fad. Most baseball players say they liked the look so much they intend to keep it. Well not all of them did but sutton with it anyway sometime this week. Jay jaffe will spring into action again and write an obituary for fan graphs but just wanted to note the passing of another great and really it feels like baseball has been hard hit when it comes to losing legends over the past year and it has but that's something the entire country has gone through right. The excess mortality over the past year particularly in the age group of these hall of famers has led to a lot of people losing lives. And i know that most of these hall of famers deaths were not connected to covert as far as we know but these lives lost have still coincided with a greater loss of life and that's led to a lot of morning even when the deceased is not a baseball great. That.
"don sutton" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"There. Christopher's been patiently waiting in San Jose tonight. Christopher, welcome to the program. I'm on the one on the shot clock, your pet, but first on, Rick, you know what? Thank God. Thank God. We have the eight second delay. I mean, we got rid of the turntable. We got rid of The overnight injury, but thank God we still have the late second way. Are you right? Because the Vir Yes, You are right. We lost the legend today. We lost the tail of a legend. They don Sutton when I was when I was growing up in the late seventies, we had the massive Dodger and forces. He had Hooten You had studied You had such left. You had Jury Royce and they they struck out. The entire National League to get to the two worlds, fanfare and steps against the Yankees and I, I have so many memories of watching him long TV. And then he was doing 30 years for the brazen All that and you know, when my one memory had I have regretted I had the first copy off insights sports, which had don sudden on the right, Vince Billy on left and full color. And that had to be a collector's item. And I let it slip through. My That was just that was such memorabilia. I bet you anything that copy has gotta be worth at least $500 right now. Now, probably Yeah, I remember that. Remember those days when you're talking about bird who'd and Jerry Royce and Don Sutton, who had that great froze? All right. He had that Frode going for a while there. But what a great what A great picture was 75 years old, and he won more than 300 games And as you mentioned playing for some other teams played for the Brewers and the A's and the Angels. Um, he we went 324. Overall, He was named to the All Star team four times he went on. Of course, if you paid attention went on to be a television and radio analysts as you mentioned for the Atlanta Braves. And inducted in the baseball Hall of Fame in 1998, and just like you, Um Christopher, I've just great memories of Don Sutton. And this is a sad day. We've lost a couple of great Dodgers with Tommy was sword. And Don Sutton and I On dime, Just sad to see it. Yeah, well, proud. I know you got a local law calls to go through. And I want to say, welcome back some guy. You passed the cove it and maybe get rid of all this stuff. See, I even said the right words. You did. She did Roll this. Thank you. Because I know how people feel sometimes. So I appreciate you keeping it above board. Christopher, I hope you'll call again. Thank you. All right, John. Hang in there, Rene. You as well. I promise. I'll get to you trying to get to you as quickly.
"don sutton" Discussed on WTOP
"Decisions aren't black and white. Think red 15. Now with Dave Preston. Debate through the Capitals are playing Pittsburgh with Tom Wilson tallying to could easily be down to nothing right now. The capital's do have the lead after the goal from Wilson, and now they've got another 10. What a chance. Wilson again coming down the middle of a pass from Carlson in the corner. John Walton on 1500 am canceling 31 in the second period. Wilson has two goals tonight. Lars Eller has the other for Washington. Rookie V. Tech Vantage. Tech has eight saves on nine shots face thus far, capitals going on the penalty killers. The Penguins have a power play right now, but the capsule eat 31 men's college. Troops. Maryland trails number seven Michigan 51 33 in the second after be held to 39% shooting two for 10 from three point range. Aaron Wiggins has nine points to face Maryland Wolverines hitting 10 of 17 from outside the arc. George Washington Post phones tomorrow's game with Dayton after a staff member in the traveling party tests positive for covert 19. The program is now on pause. Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Don Sutton Passes away at the age of 75. He won 324 games with five team. Was in his big league career, mostly with the Los Angeles Dodgers, sudden broadcast Atlanta Braves games. He was also a part of the Nationals TV booth in 2007 in 2008, and I felt a pro Football Writers Association votes. Chase Young, the league's defensive rookie of the year. The washing of football team reboard reportedly set.
Don Sutton, Hall of Fame Right-Hander, Is Dead at 75
"Fame pitcher Don Sutton passes away at the age of 75, The right hander won 324 games in his career, primarily with the Los Angeles Dodgers, but also with four other clubs. Sutton was also a part of the Nationals broadcast team in 2007 and in 2000 and eight NFL. The
"don sutton" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Though. Something Tonto Sudden there. Don Sutton. Yeah. Hall of Famer done sudden, right? Yeah, well, I do miss the other day. You know, the decades of two or three Dodger appearances and every you know, being a superhero in the world Seriously coming down now, I think it is. You make it may be covered to you later on that it says If you don't pull for the Dodgers, you may not get into heaven. So that's probably true, huh? And you just celebrated a pretty big birthday, huh? 87 Wow. 87 years old. And still very active. You get up early, and you know he's still would even that great Italian food and join you tonight. Go. I go visit our minor league team shall work with the playlist. You can have the wind. You know, just you watch football Sunday. That was that a Dallas team. I talked to them before the season began. Is that right in the window? I told him how you gotta win what you have to do to win and then unending Mike, stop to them. I said to them, I said from this other guy. Welcome about. Oh, man. You remember what that was belly other? We believed there. Remember what What swear word he used. Don't Mondo and I were trying to remember And I can't remember what it was. I think it is in the tail end of it. You've explained Oh, I see. I see. Okay, Let's get back to it. In other words, Just play the audio. You idiot. Yeah. Thanks for saying that to me. Oh, damn. I said from this mother his great welcome up. Did you give the same speech to the L. A Dodgers this year? I talked to them in spring training..
"don sutton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Me interested let's go to already in Rocklin what's up already Hey how you doing Eric I agree with you don Sutton is the second least person deserving of the whole thing bill Maher Oscar is the first if we know why bills there he at the moment and the moment was in right I wanted to talk about Brady and Belichick I have a theory I haven't heard anybody spells I believe that both of them because the bar was set so high and they've been so successful the twenty years I think that both of them are going to fall short of their goals over the next two years I can see Belcher just being average and I can see Brady being average and nobody's going to talk about a million of those near one of them in my opinion is going to be successful because they're both in bad situations compared to where they work I would hang up and ask you what you think about that thanks thanks for the comment I don't know though what the bar is for both you know we've kind of touched on that the bar for Tom over the next two years to me is higher than bill Belichick and when I think when you look at the talent on that roster I'm not seeing the win the Superbowl I'm not predicting that but they certainly have a lot of town office that's have a lot of town on defense I thought the under achieved last year when you look at the individual performances that they had compared to the fact that they gave up I think the second most points in the NFL I thought they underachieved on defense which is stunning considering they have such a brilliant defensive coordinator name Todd Bowles it's very very stunning to think that well what's the bar for both of them because I think the bar for bill in New England is a lot lower like I give me an example I think of the patriots especially with the way the quarterback situation looks right now with the cap situation with the talent that they've lost overall forget about just losing Tom Brady think about some of the other key guys they've lost on defense just do it during this offseason and right now I'm not able to really replace them if the patriots won nine games and let's say made the playoffs are while courting they don't even wanna division they win nine games they will wildcard spot I think we view bill as wow hell of a job by bill I really do so I think he's in a better spot because I think the bar is a lot lower but as far as us not talking about Tom Brady and bill Belichick everybody to talk about Tom Brady bill Belichick we are in New York because of the kind of the impact that those two guys have had on the city of New York between the giants beating that team twice in the Super Bowl between all the battles mostly with the patriots winning just on the playoff specifically in the divisional round back in two thousand ten but the fact that the patriots of only AFC east the fact that bill was a D. coordinator with the giants and the jets the fact he was about to be that go to the jets it's an interesting storyline in New York telling people to stop talking about them he would have both of them fell flat on their face which I think is gonna happen I don't think it's going to take away from the fact that in my mind for my money and I think this has a thirty six year old and I know Joe my radio partner during the week thinks this as a guy in the sixties that his greatest coach of all time it is the greatest quarterback of all time and even if they both fail in the New World of them not being together I don't think that's taken away from the fact that we're talking about to the greats of all time the toll free number is eight five five two one two for CBS eight five five two.
"don sutton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Loaded out. Hope it. Applaud you. Cut a bread, right? On man Mike guy. He never heard anybody. Oh, expires, it up a little Mike guy BS for all the you all too young. That was Memorial Day. Nineteen seventy eight when the giants were inexplicably off to an incredible star, and that's back in the days when they used to play baseball on memorial. We done away with it now. We don't want that on the off day and the giants they traded for vita blue in the off season. And they were having an incredible Vermont a few. Kings of the world. They had won it every year in nineteen seventy eight the giants said not on our much now with Mike Ivy, and they face Mike ivie was pinch hit a grand slam Don Sutton. It was the Chevy chevette inning kid somebody wanna Chevy chevette chevette. And at that point in time nineteen seventy eight on may twenty eight the giants were twenty eight and fifteen and that comeback win six to five in front of ready for this fifty six fifty six thousand one hundred three big candlestick crowd. They can make some noise out there man. It was actually the Sunday Memorial Day place filled up for a baseball game copes it we I mean, you could seriously kick up some volume in that place hurt. We'll get trapped in there. They were down three to one in Sutton was the king. And it was like, and then the, the basis were juice. And Joel to belly said, hey, Ivy grab a bag of, let's hear as a gay,.
"don sutton" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"But the ceremony is this is our guy. This is going to be the enemy you face in the biggest games of the season. This is a guy who's going to be able to. Get us to close out a series. This is the guy who was on a leader to the World Series. That's the ceremony when you're a team like this with this level of success and that payroll the ceremony is the Bullhorn announcement. Now was happening is. Well, that's this isn't our guy. We're going to start the season. And see what happens I've kind of change my tune on their decision to give him that extra year. And that extra what is it thirty three million? Yeah. At first I was when we were talking about it last year in the playoff run. I was the one saying look this is one of those really hard decisions that you don't wanna make but you probably should make. And that is if he opts out you say, you know, what thank you for everything and good luck in your future. Endeavors. It would be almost impossible to do. But I've kind of come around to the idea of you know, what he's a hall of Famer he's one of the best to have ever worn your uniform, if he needs one more year one more year, I think it's all right with it. The the the thing I think they could swing me back. The other way is if this season, we'd what was the number Roger and the over under on the starts was at twenty five twenty five on Raj dot com. Yeah. So tw- twenty five if he gets to twenty five even if he gets to twenty two or twenty three or even twenty it's like, okay. If that's what we're going to get moving forward. If Clayton Kershaw is good for. Twenty to twenty five starts a year. All right because those twenty five starts you're gonna have a chance to win seventeen of the problem. Is you get to a point where he's making ten or twelve or fifteen and now that was just good money after bad. I think the hardest thing about. See an all time. Great start a slide is is not remembering that his very good is still better than a whole. Lot of other p no doubt is the fact that we know the Kershaw that's going to be here this season in the next two seasons isn't a Kershaw we fell in love with. It's almost as you were saying earlier, I think this week because he's a facsimile of himself who, but it's still really good sure. And recognizing that really good still pushing position to win most gains. That's gonna be our judgment period for the season. Duni with a really good pitcher as opposed to a great pitcher rush. That's right. And you know, what adjustments? You know, what else you have to just those e? You got it. Boy, you know Clayton Kershaw. Who said you were for traffic, but I do have a question. So we're going to discourage on pitching dodgers all time wins as a dodger pitchers. Yeah. Yes. Jesus travis. You went not turn. So l z you go. I'm gonna say crazy. Number seven on the list with one hundred fifty three wins. That's right. Go ahead tribes. Now, it's your turn, Don Sutton, Don Sutton, number one bonus point one two hundred thirty three victories, did Don Sutton get. I'm gonna say nukem nukem. Let's see he just passed away you'd better because respect him his name. But it doesn't get bonus wins for that. I'm looking because somebody's names actually don't recognize that is correct. The winner connect can essay bulldog. He's got to be on their Fernando has got to be on their showdown. They gotta be 'cause remember older days..
"don sutton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"On the completion to devante Smith. They're going to get alignment downfield. Oh that was a play action fake and Lyman was down the field. When that ball was thrown. And this place is gonna come back for Alabama. I'm afraid. Relatively penalty free game ineligible receiver downfield offense over seventy three. Five yard penalty. Repeat I down throwing a Williams. Great tackle hasn't had his best night tonight. Mike cannon is the referee. Big ten officials. Fifth Alabama penalty Clemson penalized. Only once no controversies comes through officiating a replay in the first half, very clean. Walk running one minute played third quarter. Pelly wipes out a big gain and a first down Alabama back at its own forty six. Shifts Damian Harris behind him into the pistol to him rolls to the right throws on the flat earth. Smith tight end weeding mid field avoided a tackles and is very close to a first down. Boy showed some good feet for six four to forty one is about a yard short of the first down at the Clemson forty. And as Trevor set at halftime, they gotta find a way to get Irv. Smith back in this ball game in the middle of the field. Alabama quickly, Don Sutton, down to one pack the past two in trouble off he was being sworn around by Christian Wilkins, the three time all American graduate student data Springfield, Massachusetts in a terrific student as well he won the Campbell trophy the academic Heisman. If you will in college football. I think he had Irv. Smith running down the same didn't get the football because Christian Wilkins was right in the face of Tunga by Loa trying to go down the field on that. Second. And one probably be a run here on third and short and then perhaps the wildcat with Josh Jacobs Field. It will be another wildcat. They ran that. A couple of times in the first half. Two tight ends to the right on the line single receivers left. And right Wildcats nappies running lab. Kennedy. Got it wasn't by much tackle near the far hash marks. Just inside the forty and I don't think he got it by where the balls being spotted by the official coming in from the far sideline. Jay davis. They linebacker made the tackle. Davis from.
"don sutton" Discussed on Skullduggery
"So when I said to me, you've met dome before, can you introduce us and do the hand of what I was also thinking was I've not told Don Junie that is actually. Now four people coming to this instead of one person and a translator. It's a great opportunity to say Hello, this two additional people that I should have told you about. That's how I happened to get upstairs and then don't said to me, why don't you stay? So you can just see escort these people out at the end is going to be a short meeting anyway. And again, as a publicist, and as just there was no reason, why wouldn't I state? But I have to say before you was the best thing I ever did was stay. If I hadn't stayed an all of what's been said would have been said about this meeting will I would never have known, but I was in that meeting and what took place in the meeting. We sat down. I ended up sitting next to Jared, Kushner, Don Sutton next to Paul Manafort and then the attorney had her people around that she had to translate I and this other gentleman she brought with her and don't invited her to present whatever it was. She had to say, and she stood up and I don't really remember because I didn't pay a huge amount of attention to any of this, whether she spoke entirely in Russian and it was all translated or whether there was a little bit read that may have been in English, but she started this kind of quite monotonous prison, toning roaming monotonous presentation about how wasn't it awful. How people like Bill Browder and Ziff brothers, donate money to the Democrats. And when she said this, I kind of looked over dungeon. I look back and I thought the the kind of not pardon me wanted to say, didn't your father used to donate money to the Democrats. Also, this doesn't sound terribly interesting and she it was about that that she was going on, they hadn't paid taxes. It was money that should have been paid in Russia and taxes, and it was being to the Democrats. At which point Jared, Kushner suddenly said, I have no idea what you're talking about. Could you possibly focus and try to get and to my horror, whether it's a translation issue or whether it is what it is she started this monotonous presentation from the exact same point and rambled on again for what seemed like an eternity, but was probably just a few minutes. Don Junie looked like he was getting up. I thought to stop the meeting. So I texted I said, you have to stop this. It's obviously irritating our hosts, this during the Laura texting to cover, and he nodded as if an agreement. But suddenly she said, what I really want to talk about is the issue of the Magnitsky act and the effect it's having on the adoption of Russian children by Americans. And so for me who knew nothing, I'd never heard of Magnitsky. I'd never heard of the act. I was like, wait, when now having a meeting about adoption. And I texted I again and said, why are we having a meeting about adoption? And he again, looked to me like, this is weird. And she spoke for a couple of minutes at which point Don Junius stood up and said, I've no idea why you would address this to us because my father is a private citizen. I would suggest you address it to the Obama administration at which point I stood up and said, thank you very much and.
"don sutton" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Five sixty k. SFO that situation out in, Colorado, and, just. Play the meantime baseball. Baseball baseball we talked. About this so here's the problem Baseball's just. Not exciting right now And it's not just us so now you have all these hall of famers. Is over at the Bleacher report they're. Interviewing all, these hall of famers I mean hall of Famer Don Sutton hall of Famer goose. Gossage hall, of famers. In Cooperstown. All okay Steve Carlton Mario Soto Nick pa- Vada all these guys and they're all saying the games. Really tough to watch right now Because of. All the strikeouts so it's interesting we had this conversation last week we're just going through some statistics The ball. Is the ball. Is not put in play roughly. A third of all plate appearances Thirty one percent of all plate appearances ended a strikeout walk or hit batter The two forty eight batting average is the lowest since nineteen seventy two which by the way was the season before the American League instituted the designated hitter rule because they wanted a pet. Thing is up and there were more strikeouts than hits in a month For the first time in major, league history in April and through early August early August major league baseball at accumulated more strikeouts than hits overall so you go to the games you watch the game on TV it's like Okay another strike at okay now the walk it's just so they're thinking okay so you gotta you gotta pep, things up a little, bit so through Saturday here's another stack through Saturday the combined rate. Of strikeouts walks in home runs, across the game was thirty three. Percent boring Orange oh yeah Okay so now onward this, by the, way Steve Moore he's our chief economist economic. Guy on Kosovo he joined us yesterday morning during the, eight o'clock hour and it was it was really, a good. Interview very informative, and quite, frankly you know for, a nerdy guy he. Was, pretty funny I we're going to shamelessly replay that for you in about, seven minutes here I guess just stick. Around for that it was really a great interview and I don't wanna cheat. This early audience you guys can't stick around for eight a, lot of you so we'll get a replay just a few minutes stick around. For, that So this. Is Christopher what's, Katie yeah, this class act three, so this is the. Guy, he he was the guy we we played the audio tape last week, and we're watch this audiotape pick it. Okay wait something's up with this guy this is where he's on his sports. Saying I don't know where am I my wife and kids. Are just terrible we're watching this we're and we're in disbelief we just We didn't believe he was telling the truth. And. Then, it turns out later that. Day he's arrested and he confesses to the, fact that yes, he murdered his? Wife and daughter but you know what. His first his, first defense was his first. Defense was That The first defense was that his wife strangled their daughters and he killed her in revenge So in other words I defense, was no she came back, from she came back from the trip from her. Business trip and she killed her daughters and. I, was so angry. That I killed her that's what his story was in the beginning okay that's was seem Perry apparently that was a story line on, some TV show I don't know one of, those crime shows no. Really was a similar. Story line yeah she's so he's he he was like, revenge she came home she, killed my daughters I killed her so I mean. If you wanna get out of a murder. I. Guess that's probably One alibi But that quickly that quickly. Went south that's, why see that's why initially after he'd, been, arrested his his attorneys want a DNA swabs of the neck, or well I don't know if it's, the, prosecution somebody wanted DNA swabs of the neck of the children Because they, wanted to see who's handprints were on the next day and we also. Talk probably the prosecution and we also talked about how he was charged with tampering with evidence and I had mentioned that maybe. It was because somebody was screwing with our Facebook because all of her stuff kept getting disappearing I think the tampering with evidence was putting the bodies in that oil, thing in, that oil tank because that was. Tampering with the evidence, for them being able to you know. DNA swab and stuff like that so he has the the two girls. Are Bella and Celeste so he said. He observed Bella sprawled out on her bed and blue And his wife. Actively strangling Celeste so that was in the affidavit unsealed yesterday in Colorado And then the affidavit says he. Went into a rage and ultimately strangled Shannon to death That he says he loaded all three. Bodies, onto, the, back seat of his work truck and took them to an oil worksite yeah see, there's there's the part of the story that if the. First part of that was true the second part of that story, wouldn't have gone down so his claim was that it was Shannon who killed his daughters and that's likely the reason that. His court appointed defense attorney asks for DNA swabs to, be taken with the girl's neck so it's his defense attorney who was buying his story And. Wanted to DNA swabs from the next to the girls Now what I'm not clear about is Oh and then here we go After two days of investigation police discovered that this guy Christopher watts was actively involved, in an affair with a. Co-worker something he. Initially, denied something he additionally denied So he was formally charged yesterday with, nine felony counts including unlawfully. Terminating a pregnancy He was also charged with three counts of first degree murder to counter I remember of a child. Under twelve while in a position of trust at three, counts of, tampering with bodies Not they're not sure if they're, going to seek the death penalty at this? Point in time now what I'm not sure about is, maybe, you can help. You out we'll dig into these details. A little bit later. But is he still sticking with that story is that does that remain. His Kurt alibi that no she she killed him she was going to kill the kids I killed her revenge Yeah the latest thing that I'm saying? Is that he had admitted to her that he was, having, an affair she. Found out she killed the kids and. Then he killed her That's, the story that I saw, everywhere this morning the current the current storylines we'll get back into this hero case okay there's gotta traffic check for. A moment and then Steve Moore our interview with Steve Moore chief economist. The guy who has the air of Donald Trump when it comes to all things involving tax next on disputes, that end up in litigation can. Go on and on and on, so, before you spend a, lot of time money and stress where, no guaranteed outcome. Strongly consider mediation with attorney.
"don sutton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Pete, rose News today says the baseball's or juice and the sport is lost its fundamentals which leads, me to which I'm sure I'm not alone on guy, what's guy. Seventy seven all this whole life. Was baseball GAM hall of fame I know, we disagree. On this but I just got Oh he's done he's done I know he's? Not, even about the barchi Amati I didn't realize Bhartiya Mahdi's. Paul giamati stat yes. From the wine movie and. We were talking about people we also pig vomit he. Played in Stearns thing he played. The program. Director and. Howard, Stern's private parts he's in a. Lot of good good actor Paul Giamatti yeah you know how we talk over? Did you meet this guy or that guy. During one of the play offs, the giants were in There was. An exhibition. Football or. No, regular season football game going on. So I was waiting to do my little of reporting live on the field? And GM GM money As? A. Commissioner I was maybe it was Saint Louis the giants and. Cardinals anyway, just starts talking hey you. Gotta score on the New York Giants you know what I mean right. Just and then ended up talking to her about three minutes but right like a regular fan Marci Real nice guy and he just not like. I'm the Commissioner and whatever just but you just talking about nothing but real nice I think there are a. Lot. Of people that, can look at the rose situation and, say whether they think he, belongs in the, hall, or not yeah that happened a long time. Ago and forgiveness but then? When. He had this latest go round that's bad when that supposedly. Had sex, with an underage go yeah Well done next right I guess so but come on, well that's it yeah yeah yeah well that's it I'm, gonna give you a wine here as far as MLB. In any kind of major role in any media anything they got rid of him on FOX, away rid of Hernandez to maybe just suppose season but. For, the all star game they had they had. That same setup with Alex Rodriguez Frank Thomas Ortiz but no I know Keith Hernandez probably heard his interview with. Us Awful but he's off the, Mets broadcasts. To I, believe yeah something happened something happened there I'm Keith Hernandez The name of his, book or, maybe, that was the Barry Bonds. Article from Jesse Or whatever Where he kind of had that. Regal attitude I didn't find it that that you are really annoyed by a little bit more. Than, may well because I don't expect anything writing a book and your and I thought he was going to be one of these tell. All books I kinda hinted at his whole, cocaine use and it, was like he just wanted to skirt like it. Didn't happen. All, right well. Come on that's not. What you're that's what. These books these tell. All books that's not what sells your books if you don't know how to sell one of those books. Ask. Lenny. Dykstra right he came on here was talking about all of sleeping with elderly women and. All kinds, I mean he just wanted to let it all fly, the I. You know so I. Don't know. I did I did not find, Keith Hernandez. Likable going he he's still going on, the. Mets broadcasts he is the only known guy and somebody else has one. Go ahead but in the history of, the average just in the middle of, an interview just hang up and you could hear the. Whole thing I'm sure there's, been others but he. Was on I told you with I believe Robert guests Springwells attorney hung up okay. Believe how about this somebody, that a big name. Guiding save you save Might have, given. The Clinton I've got now All the, stuff you, poke Robert, guest, Robert, Gates, b wells wells Yeah that's that's how would remember Robert guests here's, the other thing that came. Up this weekend stole third up six nothing in the middle innings I don't know. If it was the fourth or. Fifth of the six Hundley gave was it the the stank guy you got a problem with stealing third up six Franny when you need worse, frowning we maybe text, in Give us the thumbs up or thumbs down for, any on stealing third up. Six nothing little league doesn't matter what inning very little league where you've got one. Team is dominant over the other. And you're just poured it on the professional level I hate to use that live and throw them out Yeah Humbly did he throw them? Out Saying I don't take. No mess he did highly They don't. Take no mess Yeah Thank stay state guy when you've lost four in a row just. Gets Used to drive me nuts Mike in that Wayne. Would go Barbara Inverness. Dr just gave him this. Thank at one good, year, we. Could do stay forgiving Marvin this tank guy you'll is the greatest moment came when Marvin came in studio with Ralph and Tom to try. To like make things right and he starts talking, about himself and he goes am? I a leadoff hitter now? Am, I number two hitter no we're looking at each. Other in the studio going? When's this going to stop this guy's like a nine hole hitter Am I, a three so much I wish I had heard that oh. My God I was. It was awesome and he. Got to the six, all, before. You even started getting I could be you know by most accounts he can think dusty Baker for that what do you get a four. Year eleven million guaranteed for Marvin Benard which in, those days is oh my God? For this guy but it? Does, he told the Peter McGowan we really this guy. We gotta have we gotta? Have so good for him but he Joe Joe Simpson ripping. The dodgers batting, practice attire, we'll get to, that audio also hang Schulman going to. Join us in a matter of minutes? By the way quick simple remember, Don Sutton network together right, Don Sutton never was on the, disabled list in. Twenty five years when they introduced him yesterday that's. Incredible isn't it it isn't credible he had a great, pad in LA, right, in, Palos Verdes Don Don. Sutton the. Express guy always remember he was one of the first guy to say I'm gonna give myself a Perm you remember that Don Sutton story buddy of mine. We're. Playing, at Moore said. Country, club he's, playing with Matic Smoltz and Avery. And my buddy on a. Par three his dad was a member at Mercedes like these guys they're they're they're. Waving us. Up I might they're not, waving? Us up and he hits a worm burner that hit Don Sutton in the cath went down. To the, ground and? They started bombing. Us okay yeah it was good Well I tell you what I'll save remind me I've got. A. Done, a good side Not, not. An f. Bob but. God Sutton. Going, out of his way for somebody who had. No all right all right very good My worm worm-burner, off the calf that's pretty good though but did he get up, and. Got up. Got up, and he's Who's, that guy asks guys like hey my dad's a member don't care The president Really These sports later time for the city national Bank business and technology. Report here's Jason. Middleton's good. Friend McAllister a lot of fluctuation in the markets this morning right, now the Dow NASDAQ and s&p five hundred all trending down, Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google.
"don sutton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"With your, long career in this sport when a player who played with you bakes it to the hall of fame. What does it mean to you You you you I think you just feel a sense of accomplishment even though you're not, directly connected with it you know you've rubbed elbows, with guys that are, in, just in the league players are met got a. Chance to catch, Don Sutton, when I, was with, the dodgers and you. Know you you you have when they make the hall of fame but, just, feels like, man you've just rubbed elbows with greatness and it's fun and, you know we've had you know we we, we have black rare now going into hall of fame and your round guys like apple pool wholesome, Mike trout who you know are just, in that elite group of players I think I it, it kind of it's a warm feeling you get when you see these guys. Accomplished so much, and you just you know our longside them to to watch it and it's you know it's it's, it's it's a lot of fun and Guerrero will, actually take the angels, into, the hall of fame he's the first player to. Wear an angels, cap on, his plaque, yeah we're, we're we're excited about. That Vlad is a gift all the baseball we know that although he'll, be, obviously wearing, an angel cap and representing our organization we're thrilled about that You know Vlad he he crossed every barrier you could over imagine the might even, might be in baseball Reached, out to teammates and fans and he's. A gift of all to all of baseball Mike. Social joining us on the shell Pennzoil performance line, as all of our guests. Have done so tonight as. Team actually in action right now the angels hosting the Mariners it's two. One ballgame, bottom the second are actually just doubled to deep writing brought Kinzler into score you know he said that that Vlad Todd Todd Walker with us as Nicole Briscoe on the baseball hall of fame. Special on ESPN radio and the. ESPN app that Guerrero was a gift to all baseball but there's another one. A comment Vladimir Guerrero junior is finally going to get called up to triple a. Buffalo so the Blue Jays announced on Friday, afternoon that Guerrero will officially joined the bisons I'm Tuesday After he watches his father enshrines his triumphant ceremony tomorrow how cool. Is that That's, pretty cool and, I've got a son that plays in high school. Right now, and you know I can only imagine the pressure on these kids you know. After their dad, has done, something in baseball, or whatever sport that you play but for junior I mean on the flipside how awesome is it, to be, able to just talk to his dad about the game in about. You know, there's so far advanced in the, head of anything I ever had you know we get all those different coaches but if you've got to live in a family member. That have been, through those wars and, those battles AMAN insistent credible wanted, advantage but, I, mean from what I understand I haven't seen him play that you know he's he's a chip, off the old block and if he can near what his dad. Can do pretty special baseball hall. Of fame special on ESPN, and ESPN app we're, going to wrap things up when? We come back six we'll go. In, tomorrow, but who goes in next year our thoughts in just a few hey y'all we're. Taking the, mardi. Party to a whole new level, with Marty Smith's America podcast Ronnie Dunn everything when all, of a sudden bam The Marty. Smith's America, podcast on the ESPN app apple podcasts Hey everybody Brian Murphy here reminding you your time is now to get a BMW and you know where to..
"don sutton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Long career in this sport when a player who played with you bakes it to the hall of fame. What does it mean to you You you I think you just feel a sense of accomplishment, even though, you're not directly connected with it you know you've, rubbed elbows with guys, that, are just in the elite players got a chance. To catch Don, Sutton when, I was, with, the, dodgers and you know you you you you have when they make the hall of fame but just, feels, like man, you've just rubbed elbows with greatness and it's, fun and you know we've had you know we we we have black rail now going into the, hall of fame and you're round guys, like apple pool wholesome Mike trout Who you know are just in that elite, group, of players I think it it it kind of it's a warm feeling you get when you see these guys accomplished so much and you, just you, are, longside, them, to to watch it and. It's you know it's it's it's it's a lot of fun and. Vladimir Guerrero actually take the angels into the hall of fame he's. The, first, player, to wear an angels. Cap on his plaque yeah we're we're. We're excited about that Vlad is a gift all the baseball we know that although he'll be obviously wearing an, angel cap and representing our workers as we're thrilled about that You know Vlad he he crossed every barrier you could over imagine a might even might be in baseball Reached out, to teammates and fans and he's a. Gift of all the to all of baseball Mike social joining us on the shell Pennzoil performance, line as all of our. Guests have done, so tonight as. Team actually in action right now the angels hosting the Mariners it's. A two, one ballgame bottom the second are actually just doubled to deep Brighton Kinzler into score you know he said that that Vlad Todd Todd Walker with us as Nicole Briscoe on the baseball hall. Of fame special on ESPN radio. And the ESPN app that Guerrero was a gift of baseball but there's another. One a comment Vladimir Guerrero junior is finally going to get called up to triple a buffalo the Blue Jays announced on, Friday afternoon that Guerrero will officially joined the bisons on Tuesday After he watches his father enshrines his enshrinement ceremony tomorrow how cool is that That's pretty cool, I've got a son that plays in high school. Right now, and you know I can only imagine the pressure on these kids you know. After their dad, has done, something in, baseball or whatever sports that you play but for junior I mean the flipside how awesome is it, to be, able to just talk to his dad about the. Game and, about you know there's so far ahead, of anything I ever had you know we get all that stuff and coaches but if you've got to. Live in, a family member that have. Been through those, wars in those battles, I mean it's just incredible one, advantage but, I, mean from what I understand I haven't, seen him play that you know he's he's a chip, off the old block and if you can hear what his dad. Can do pretty special baseball hall. Of fame special on, ESPN, and ESPN app we're, going to wrap things up when we come back six we'll, go, in. Tomorrow but who goes in next year thoughts in just a few hey y'all. We're. Taking the, mardi party to a whole new level with Marty Smith's America podcast Ronnie Dunn everything closed off. When the came out All of a sudden fans the Marty. Smith's America, podcast on the ESPN app apple podcasts Did you. Just look down at, your phone You did it again didn't you you know you're flying down the road in a three ton hunk of steel and a text takes your eyes off the road for an average of. Five seconds at fifty five miles per hour that's long enough to travel the length of. A.
"don sutton" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Five nothing five nothing i believe in the seventh and then we just gradually came back in marquess hit a walk off three run homer as you just heard there which was so great to see i the rain was starting to come in and you're just like classic braves fashioned last year there were a bunch of games of the braves came back and what happened was is they would go to a rain delay comeback player they spent all that time trying to tie the game up and then the rain delay would be over at like two in the morning yeah was so great i've heard don sutton fell out of the box uhhuh line ooh i can go home now this frenzy never gonna win la i took a nap on the seven started take up turn it to tv listen to chip kerry who was the i can't i don't have foxsports southeast you who was the player on what team that hit the first pitch for a home run that was carlos stanton man field then his last at bat i think i got another homerun didn't he i saw that too i i think it's the first time that two home runs in the first time being a yankee nine maybe marriage or something wow i didn't know that well look i'm helping you out and also i'm i'm outing you on our airwaves as a stinking rotten yankee spies switched to the braves game i'll have you know and you you didn't miss a hold on i'm the host of the show you have fox sports south east.