39 Burst results for "Donaldson"
Fresh update on "donaldson" discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Open yourself up to that beginning, but Rizzo wasn't in the line of last night. And Josh Donaldson had been pinched, run for earlier. So speaking of that protection, that didn't happen, I remember what happened here. Glaber tourists struck out and do hard grounded out. They got out of the inning, you know? So that was a case where they weren't going to let Aaron judge beat him. And it worked out, you know? So yeah, he's still locked in right now. And without, I don't know how long this was going to be out. But yeah, boy, without riz on Carpenter, you have no left handed hitters in that lineup. So Seattle is just bringing out one right handed reliever after another and getting out of the out of those GMs late in the game. I know why you weren't watching the Dodger game last night. It wasn't only because the marriage came up inhaling, but also the Dodgers just keep blowing out teams. They are offense is on a ridiculous role to the degree. These numbers about the run differential in their victories. This year so far, it's a 2.14, according to the numbers that himbo send me. That would be the 6th best of all time, okay? The 1939 Yankees won by an average of 2.7 runs per game. The 1927 Yankees 2.43 runs per game. The 2020 Dodgers won by 2.27 runs per game, but as you and I know, that was over 60 game season, the Dodgers, beating teams by an average of 2.14 runs per game, it really got a chance to see them up close to the other day when we had the Sunday Night game against the Padres. I mean, they are just passing the baton in a walk, sky's taking the ball the other way. Guys, just looking to have a good at bats and they're just wearing down opponents, we walked away. I know, you know, in our car ride to LAX after the game, our conversation was going to slow down that offense. Yeah, you know, for a long time, most of this season were like, well, max Muncie's sitting under 200 Cody Bellinger's barrel hitting over 200, well, those guys, even the last week or so are showing signs of heating up. It's only a week. Don't want to read too much into a Dodger fans. I know you're not high on those two guys, but buster. Imagine if Muncie and ballinger start hitting the rest of the way. They're getting production trace Thompson, a 30 one years old, he's been all over the place. No signs ever of hitting in his career, you know, but because of injuries, they've had to plan. He's got an 8 89 OPS, you know? The Dodgers just put guys in the lineup and they put guys in their rotation. They pitch, you know, just what they've done the last 6, 7 years is remarkable. I don't think they I don't think they get enough credit for it. They're going to win a hundred games again. Oh, at least. They wind up at a 110 wins. I don't think that's going to surprise anybody. And max Muncie, by the way, when we were around them the other day in our conversation with Dave Roberts, he mentioned, how it seemed like they were putting it together. Last one for you. Keith Hernandez had a classic Keith Hernandez moment on S and Y. Now
Judge hits No. 44, Yankees beat Mariners 9-4 to stop skid
"Josh Donaldson finished four for 5 with a home run and three RBIs as the New York Yankees snapped a 5 game losing skid with a 9 four win over the Seattle Mariners It's Donaldson's first four hit game of the season he collected a pair of doubles and scored three runs Yankees manager Aaron Boone As I've told you I feel like that run is in there for JD and if he can get going like we know he's capable of That's a big that's a big heavy bat in the middle and we need it Aaron judge finished two for four for the Yankees and clubbed his 44th Homer of the season I'm Adam spelling
Fresh update on "donaldson" discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"And leave it there and judge to apply to coup de grace. The two two? Judge drills that deep center field. Kelly looking up. It is gone. Number 40 four for Aaron judge. Doing damage and Seattle once again. And the march to history gets a little closer. Yeah, Aaron judge is now on a paste at 63 homers this year. So the Yankees and they're losing streak they win 9 four, but not all the news was good. In the first inning, Matt Carpenter fouled a ball off his left foot and suffered a broken bone. He is out indefinitely, Josh Donaldson and the Yankee survey spoke of the reporters. He's
DeJong lifts Cardinals over Yanks 4-3 in Carpenter's return
"Paul de young's two out two run double off of Yankees really pitcher clay Holmes rallies the Cardinals to a four to three win to young now has 6 runs batted in in 6 games since his return from triple-A Memphis Earlier in the year I might have dreaded an opportunity like that but now I'm thankful for an opportunity like that after everything that's happened this year So just really happy to be back here and contributing the way I am St. Louis has won a season high 5 in a row Josh Donaldson drives in to for New York as they drop their third straight Andrea polan tosses four shutout innings in relief to pick up the win the Yankees fail to go deep for the first time in 20 games I'm Mike Reeves
Fresh update on "donaldson" discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Hits it holding into left center field a base hit. Judge hit it back toward second. They're going to send them and he will score. It's a big two run first inning single from Josh Donaldson and the Yankees have an early two zero lead. Andrew Bennett handy would build on that lead in the top of the 5th. Ben intended drives that to left field indeed. That one's gonna run off off the wall. Torres read it well. He will score easily. Donaldson now will play hits a two run double for Andrew benning intending his second double of the night. And the Yankee lead is now 6 two. That was Ryan Rocco
Donaldson, Carpenter lead Yanks over Red Sox 12-5
"The Bronx bombers broke out the bats again in a 12 5 route of the rival Red Sox After hitting a Grand Slam in Thursday's win Josh Donaldson smacked a three run Homer in New York's four run first inning Matt Carpenter added an RBI double and a solo Homer as the AL east leading Yankees increased their lead over the Red Sox to 16 games This is a really good division You know and to have the lead that we do it just assessment to the guys in this room Boston starter Connor siebold gave up 7 runs and two and two thirds innings before leaving with right forearm tightness
Fresh update on "donaldson" discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"It feels like we haven't done a podcast in about 6 years. I know it's always that awkward, like, oh, we'll do it on Tuesday, and then I go to put the run down together and I'm like, oh, a mountain of things have transpired since we last spoke, especially buster, I haven't seen you since last Wednesday. Yeah, that's right. That's part of the reason why it is. What about you, Sarah? It kind of feels like we're overdue here. I know, I don't know why, 'cause I saw you on Friday Thursday, Friday. I don't know that. Yeah, Friday, days all up together now. But yeah, but it feels like it's been forever since it was the three of us. I know, so much has gone on post trade deadline. I want to add to Los Angeles, saw the Padres, the juggernaut that we thought was coming together has not. The Yankees went through a 5 day stretch in which they couldn't win a game. The mets beat up on the braves over the weekend, so much to get to today when we talk with Tim kirkton. And I got a bone to pick with managers who won't use the intentional walk when I think they should. Yesterday, the Yankees held a team meeting in Seattle Monday afternoon in the midst of that 5 game losing streak and they got off to a great start at the top of the first against the Mariners. The two two Donaldson
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 12:22 a.m. EDT
"TP sports I'm chuck Freeman the New York Yankees are simply walking away with the American League east and their stranglehold on the division got even tighter The Yankees win their open air against the Boston Red Sox's geffen kobal reports Josh Donaldson's 6th career Grand Slam in New York's 5 run third inning helped the Yankees hold off the rival Red Sox in a 6 5 win It was a big situation for us So you know give us a little bit of a cushion there Donaldson slam was followed by a solo blast by Aaron hicks Houston beat Kansas City 5 two Justin Verlander got his American League leading 11th win I had to make some pitches and some big spots and trust my defense behind me and every game is not going to go perfectly without traffic Toronto failed to Seattle Baltimore down the LA angels Detroit beat Chicago White Sox first major league Grand Slam for JD Davis in the New York mets ten nothing route of Miami This is just a great night Got three barrels and just contributed to the ball club and it's a great team win St. Louis avoided a four game sweep by beating Atlanta three two in 11 manager Oliver marvel says the win was much needed That's a good win We've gotten beat the last couple of days here and they played good baseball Ellie Dodgers beat the Chicago Cubs Philadelphia over Washington Colorado beat Arizona San Diego beat San Francisco and extras and Pittsburgh and Cincinnati split it up header Wimbledon Rafael Nadal has pulled out of a semifinal match with Nick curios because of a torn abdominal muscle so curios moves on to his first Grand Slam final where he'll meet Novak Djokovic or cam nori Anz jabara advanced to her first Grand Slam final she'll meet another first timer Alayna rob akina in the women's final Your isle of kosky The first ever Slovakian taken first in the NHL draft he went to Montreal I think it's a really good organization and importing thing is that they know what they want and I know what I want So it's good for me that they picked me WNBA star Brittany griner pleaded guilty to drug position in a Russian court could face ten years in prison Check Friedman AP sports
Donaldson's slam leads Yankees past Devers, Red Sox 6-5
"Josh Donaldson's 6th career Grand Slam in New York's 5 run third inning helped the Yankees hold off the rival Red Sox in a 6 5 win It was a big situation for us You know give us a little bit of a cushion there Yeah I mean like I said we know they came back and fall hard Donaldson slam was followed by a solo blast by Aaron hicks Rafael Devers did his best to bring the Red Sox back slugging a pair of homers to drive in 5 New York plated the winning run on Jose trevino's two out double on a dropped fly ball by Red Sox first baseman franchise Cordero Geth and kuba
Judge, Hicks hit grand slams as Yankees pound Pirates 16-0
"The Yankees avoided a third straight loss by blasting the pirates 16 nothing to earn a split of their two game set Neither team scored until DJ le mayhew's RBI single in the 5th one inning before Josh Donaldson and Joey Gallo hit back to back homers during the three pitch span Aaron judge and Aaron hicks added grand slams while the Yankees were scoring 11 times over their final two at bats Kyle higashioka and Giancarlo Stanton also went deep for New York which leads the majors with 139 home runs I'm Dave
McKenzie superb for 7 innings as Guardians edge Yankees 2-0
"The Yankees were almost no hit for the second straight weekend as Tristan Mackenzie led the guardians to a two zero victory Mackenzie combined with two relievers on a one hitter helping Cleveland avoid a three game sweep Mackenzie worked the first 7 innings allowing only a fourth inning single to Josh Donaldson Franmil Reyes provided the scoring with a fourth inning Homer and an RBI single in the 8th Jordan Montgomery was pinned with the Yankee 6th loss in their last 32 games He allowed three hits over 5 innings I'm Dave
Blue Jays rally from 5 down, end Yankees' 9-game win streak
"The Yankees 9 game winning streak is over after the Blue Jays turned an 8 three deficit into a ten 9 victory over the AL east leaders The 5 run comeback came off home runs as Taylor Hernandez belted a go ahead three run blast in the 7th One inning after Lourdes guriel junior launched a Grand Slam to get Toronto within a run Vladimir Guerrero junior hit his 17th home run and George Springer also connected for the Blue Jays Josh Donaldson Anthony Rizzo glaber Torres Kyle higashioka and marwin Gonzalez each at home runs for the Yankees who led 8 three in the 6th inning I'm the
"donaldson" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"Week here from Major League Baseball, a new week of games, a new slate of opponents, and we just got through with an incredible weekend of Major League Baseball. Welcome to big time baseball here on Odyssey sports. I'm Cody decker, former professional baseball player turned professional smart ass on the radio and with me. The legendary, the one and only you see them on MLB network and of course you can read his work on the New York Post. He is John Heyman. John, it is so good to be back here with you because we just had an incredible week in a Major League Baseball specifically a great series and a controversial series over there in The Bronx. How was everything taking place over there in New York between the Yankees and the White Sox specifically from your perspective? Yeah, Cody, it's great to be with you. Yeah, I mean, obviously, for one, the White Sox looked like they may be turning the corner, which we've been waiting for. We expect them to win the division, but we know that the big controversy with Donaldson and Tim Anderson arose and we will see what happens here, but we can't be surprised if suspended has not been suspended as of this moment, but obviously what he at least for me it was inappropriate what he said, you know, I think on Twitter I said it was dumb and the White Sox thought it was worse than that and of course people were screaming at me from both angles, but particularly the White Sox side saying of course it's racist what he said. You know, to me, it was a little bit murky, you know? I mean, you know, it wasn't the right thing to say. They're not friends. You shouldn't have said it. It was wrong. You know, I'm not going to read somebody's mind. Unless it's obviously racist. I'm not going to go there, but it was obviously not at least in my mind. Obviously, not the right thing to say. And, you know, you shouldn't have said it, and he's probably going to get suspended. At some point here this week. Yeah, my mind's a little blown that he said. You even heard it in the postgame interview, grand Dahl was even saying, yeah, obviously he's going to, he's going to deny that he ever said this, but he didn't. He absolutely said he did. And he tried to claim it was an inside joke. And again, like you said, I can't tell you what's in somebody's heart, but I do know for a fact I have no inside jokes with people I do not get along with. I can't stress that enough. Well, you know, some people are just a little odd that way. They think they're friendly with someone, but that's why I'm giving them somewhat of a benefit of the doubt, although not much, some people think they're Friends with everybody, and just don't understand that they're not. I don't know why you would think that though. I mean, they had a little dust up earlier already this year. Literally a week ago. Earlier, I don't mean that much earlier. You're right. So it did seem like he was mocking him in some way, but you know, the fact that Tim Anderson said in Sports Illustrated that he feels like Jackie Robinson sometimes, there's something along those lines, you know, maybe he was just mocking him 'cause he's not Jackie Robinson in terms of a player. I don't know. You know, I don't want to guess. But it wasn't right. Certainly I understand Tim Anderson's reaction, the White Sox reaction. I get that. I don't blame them at all. Anderson should not have been booed. This has not been a good start for Yankee fans between the garbage being thrown at the Indians outfielders and now this, I mean, you know, I'd say stay out of it if you're Yankee fan, you know, I mean, the White Sox fans want to boo Josh Donaldson and then I get there's nothing to boo for Tim Anderson. No, and Tim Anderson one of the most exciting players in baseball. In fact, I immediately told everybody after Saturday, just because not only does Tim Anderson play like a superstar every day, but he plays like a superstar and then some when the lights are on. So I knew for a fact Sunday Night baseball. Tim Anderson was going to do something spectacular and like always he did huge three run home run in the bottom of the 8th. Hey, it was a double header yesterday and you saw the White Sox take sweep the double header. They were completely heavy underdogs in both games. I don't know, John, I feel like yesterday is going to be a date that we're going to be pointing at. May 21st, that was the day that the White Sox in 2022 got right. Well, we've been waiting for it, and maybe it's going to be the pitching. I mean, obviously, we like their pitching. But we love their hitting and they're hitting just has not been there. Obviously, Jimenez is out. They've had injuries in other parts of that lineup, but look, rondal, and Abreu, two of the better hitters at their position in the league. I've just not really hit so far this year. You know, they're not providing the offense that they normally do and right now you've got Minnesota still playing well and exciting team, very good team from a positional standpoint to pitching better than anyone thought to still holding on the lead, but, you know, the white section of the favorite, once they get Lin back, once they get everybody back, on paper they should have the best team and I still expect them to win this division. And plus, guys like Dylan cease, who I have dubbed the strikeout prop king of all of the world. And of course, Lucas giolito, you know what you're going to be getting out of him. Lance Lin still out with the knee injury. He's looking to come back. Hopefully early June, which is a obviously a point that they're going to need him. And Dallas keuchel, you know, I know, I know everybody in Chicago has been all over him for not being the old Dallas keuchel in Houston, but these last four games he's done a decent job for the role he's been in, holding teams to three, four runs, which is kind of what you want from your four or 5 starter, granted, he's not paid like a four or 5 star. But it's definitely, it's definitely encouraging for the White Sox. They're currently four games behind Minnesota as we currently speak. But hey, Minnesota has gotten some injuries as well. You know, how are the twins going to handle buxton going forward? Because if that team say loses Correa and buxton, we're looking at an entirely different American League central. Right, obviously buxton, Wendy's playing is one of the best players in the game. He's kind of like the Grom of the position players. If he's on the field, he's spectacular, but too frequently injuries have kept him off the field. You know, I think they have to be careful with them. I think they will be careful. You know, the H at some point to do different things, give them days off. I mean, obviously had an injury history and you need to have him. I mean, if they're really going to have any chance, they need to have buxton playing. I don't think there's any question about that. I mean, you mentioned these guys with a White Sox. You know, I mean, Keiko's been up and down, but these other guys cease has been fantastic. He's pitching like an all star co pack looks like he's going to be that guy that people thought he was going to be when everyone was marveling at.
"donaldson" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"Gambling problem called one 800 gambler. I like it. I like it. Hey, mentioning those giants. 107 wins last year. Is this team capable of that again? And it's not that they're not a good team or a potential playoff team, but a 107 wins. Is a lot of wins. And this is a team that started without Evan Longoria. They lost Buster Posey for now on. Other people stepping up, playing great baseball, jock Peterson went off to a good start of the year, but I just don't feel like this is the same team that we had last year. Can they still be a playoff team? They just got swept by the Padres at home. Now they got the mets coming in, not an easy task, even at home. Are we starting to worry about the Giants a little bit? I would say a little bit. I mean, a 107 wins. There aren't many 107 when teams. So I wouldn't count. The only team that really, to me, looks like on paper 107 went team, it's probably the Dodgers. I don't really think anybody else is going to come close to a 107 wins, but their team is, I thought they had a really good winter considering posey retired that was moving on. She lost their best hitter, their best pitcher, I thought they did really well with what they did do, but, you know, I just had so much magic last year. I think, you know, it's tough to come back after that and try to do that again. You know, you've got belch that some injuries, they've had some injuries, but, you know, 107. It takes a lot to be honored and said, wait a minute. I do think they can be a playoff day, even though I didn't pick them. Just because NL stuff, I think at 5, 6, 7, 8, NL is stronger than the American League wins the All-Star Game every year and they signed all the big short steps, yet it feels to me like the national league is the peeper league. I actually agree with that. I think it is the deeper link, yet we will watch the American League yet again by 5 runs. I don't know how it happens. My entire drives me nuts. My entire life, I've been a national league guy. You know, I grew up a Dodger fan. I got drafted by the Padres. I've always been partial to the national league. And I think I've watched in my lifetime 6 national league wins. Well, you're a young man, because when I was a kid, I can remember. It was the opposite, right? And they never won the All-Star Game. And I couldn't understand why was I watching an inferior league? I don't know, maybe. And actually that big stars in the 70s, but they have to go look, but I think they're basically one almost every year for a long time when I was a kid. Would you believe this? And I'm sure you've probably heard this. I bet you would believe this. You probably already know this, but I'll just say it anyways. I train growing up with Reggie Smith, who a former major leaguer, former all star really a baseball legend, former hitting coach from Los Angeles Dodgers. So Reggie was my mentor growing up. He was my hitting coach, everything about him. I never, ever would have made it in baseball if it weren't for Reggie Smith. But Reggie one day did tell me about the All-Star Game specifically in the 70s. And he said he made it with the Boston and he loved it and he said the Clubhouse was amazing and everybody was just so thrilled to be there and just it was just what an experience and then he made it with the Dodgers and he went to the All-Star Game as a Dodger and he said the Clubhouse in the All-Star Game with the national league side was a different deal. The national league guys want to kill the American League guys and they were willing to fight and brawl to do it. Like it was Reggie didn't know what he walked into. He's like, I don't understand. I thought this was a fun thing. These guys are not happy to be here. Those guys are and I guess a national league wanted to make an example of them. It's the weirdest thing and now it seems that everybody's really thrilled to be there, but he's adopted the old American League at a shit. It might be the attitude because there's no reason what leaks should be that much better than the other. I mean, it's going to be a slight difference, probably year to year, but you wouldn't think that one league would be that much better. And yeah, I mean, you know, it's the old this time it counts thing. It only counted there in the middle somewhere. It didn't count back in the 70s, yet they killed my American League every single year. I can still remember watching every game and hoping for the American League and being disappointed every single year. Well, how about this, John? We did mention something earlier. And I do want your opinion on this. We mentioned how the brewers are at the top of their league and they're trying to make some trades. Obviously, when it comes to the trade deadline, they'll be active, so a lot of these first place teams. Looking throughout Major League Baseball and seeing some last place teams, like, say, sellers like the reds, the nationals, possibly even the Diamondbacks, despite them having a 500 record. These are three teams that do have trade pieces that will help team wins. Specifically, the Diamondbacks are filled with players that can help any team truly win. And I'm looking at their pitching staff specifically. Can you imagine someone getting their hands on like a Zach gallon or a Wheeler? I'm not a Wheeler. Or even a mad bum. I doubt they'll part with mad bum, but just everyone on their pitching staff is having a great year. Merrill Kelly is another guy that can help somebody. Yeah, I mean, Brent strom has done a terrific job. There are not sure what happened with him in the Astros that's a mystery man if he'll ever unravel it, but he was fantastic there. And you know, we thought he was retiring, but he wasn't. And he has done a nice job. The rotation has been really good. Certainly both pen pieces look like potential trade bait, the Milan, Kennedy was last year and went on to close with Phillies. Maybe they'll need it in the close organ. I don't know. Certainly, they've got trade pieces. And that's, as you mentioned, I've trade pieces. We'll say, no, and I also cruise surprise people by signing with an ads when everyone knew they were in a rebuild, so they could potentially trade him. They've got a few trade pieces that they can look at, Josh bell is having a much better year this year. I think the COVID might have affected him last year. I've been told by the agent Scott Boris that won Soto is not getting traded. Of course, ultimately it's really not his decision. But I tend to think that that's a long shot. I've seen people speculate on that. I really don't see that happening. I mean, you call me or tweet me if I'm wrong a couple three months from now, but I'm doubtful on that one for sure. The reds have some pieces, even though they're terrible team, you know, you've got O'Malley's good starting pitcher and Castillo, who's a very, very talented starting pitcher. I think other teams are kind of picking up on the fact that people leave Cincinnati and they do better. That 117 that you referenced earlier with the Giants, they had four starters, including Godzilla had mentioned that these would cueto who had been reds at one time now. Quite obviously had a he did with the reds, but the other guys all did much better with giants after leaving the reds. So I think the value is going to be high naturally anyway for any good starting pitcher, but I wouldn't pay too much attention to what the stats are for Mali or Castillo just returned because their values are going to be extremely high. The cubs are another team that has some pieces to sell. So even if one soda doesn't get traded and I don't think he will. I think we're going to have a decent trade deadline. We're not going to have a trade deadline where Scherzer, the stars like Scherzer, Turner, Brian Rizzo, like last year, are traded, but I will still be pretty good one..
"donaldson" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"I'm not ready. I'm not ready to say that Hosmer's turned it around yet. And here's the reason. Hosmer did the exact same thing at the start of last year as well. So much so that Tony and I were talking about what changes his Hosmer Meg. He's off to a great start and then it just reverted right back to the Hosmer of old and I'm hoping what he's doing right now he continues because this team is so much better with hitting Eric Hosmer. That's for sure. Any concerns with Mike Clevenger going back on the IL because today they got Nick Martinez on the mound taking over for Clevenger. I mean, you know, injuries have been something that has hurt this team in the past. Last year, the pitching staff got a rated by the injury bug. Are we starting to see it happen now, Clevenger being the first fly to go down? Yeah, I mean, they certainly had some injuries. And that one team, like I said, that's got that depth in the rotation that can absorb these injuries. Obviously Clevenger does hurt and certainly they gave up quite a bit for him. Cleveland getting Cointreau and nailer and some young kids that was quite a good trade for the Indians. You know, obviously Clevenger would make a big difference in healthy, you know, but their one team that can take it, you know? They've got right now they've got some of them met in the minor leagues, you know, obviously wasn't pitching like he did as they say young contenders a couple of years and a few years ago, but they've got the depth. I maintaining my faith in the Padres. I picked them into the playoffs and which was a tough call because giants are a good team. They want a 107 games last year. The Phillies getting cuts to yanos and schwarber, they should be better. I'm starting to worry. It's going to be back working with me at MLB network the way they're going. But I do like the Padres. I love their depth. And I think that's what's going to carry them. This year's NBA playoffs are going to feature a lot.
"donaldson" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"Is a beautiful week here from Major League Baseball, a new week of games, a new slate of opponents, and we just got through with an incredible weekend of Major League Baseball. Welcome to big time baseball here on Odyssey sports. I'm Cody decker, former professional baseball player turned professional smart ass on the radio and with me. The legendary, the one and only you see them on MLB network and of course you can read his work on the New York Post. He is John Heyman. John, it is so good to be back here with you because we just had an incredible week in a Major League Baseball specifically a great series and a controversial series over there in The Bronx. How was everything taking place over there in New York between the Yankees and the White Sox specifically from your perspective? Yeah, Cody, it's great to be with you. Yeah, I mean, obviously, for one, the White Sox looked like they may be turning the corner, which we've been waiting for. We expect them to win the division, but we know that the big controversy with Donaldson and Tim Anderson arose and we will see what happens here, but we can't be surprised if suspended has not been suspended as of this moment, but obviously what he at least for me it was inappropriate what he said, you know, I think on Twitter I said it was dumb and the White Sox thought it was worse than that. And of course people were screaming at me from both angles, but particularly the White Sox side saying, of course, it's racist what he said. You know, to me, it was a little bit murky, you know? I mean, you know, it wasn't the right thing to say. They're not friends. You shouldn't have said it. It was wrong. You know, I'm not going to read somebody's mind. Unless it's obviously racist. I'm not going to go there, but it was obviously not at least in my mind. Obviously, not the right thing to say. And, you know, you shouldn't have said it, and he's probably going to get suspended. At some point here this week. Yeah, my mind's a little blown that he said. You even heard it in the postgame interview, grand Dahl was even saying, yeah, obviously he's going to, he's going to deny that he ever said this, but he didn't. He absolutely said he did. And he tried to claim it was an inside joke. And again, like you said, I can't tell you what's in somebody's heart, but I do know for a fact I have no inside jokes with people I do not get along with. I can't stress that enough. Well, you know, some people are just a little odd that way. They think they're friendly with someone, but that's why I'm giving them somewhat of a benefit of the doubt, although not much, some people think they're Friends with everybody, and just don't understand that they're not. I don't know why you would think that though. I mean, they had a little dust up earlier already this year. Literally a week ago. Earlier, I don't mean that much earlier. You're right. So it did seem like he was mocking him in some way, but you know, the fact that Tim Anderson said in Sports Illustrated that he feels like Jackie Robinson sometimes there's something along those lines, you know, maybe he was just mocking him 'cause he's not Jackie Robinson in terms of a player. I don't know. You know, I don't want to guess. But it wasn't right. Certainly I understand Tim Anderson's reaction, the White Sox reaction. I get that. I don't blame them at all. Anderson should not have been booed. This has not been a good start for Yankee fans between the garbage being thrown at the Indians outfielders and now this, I mean, you know, I'd say stay out of it if you're Yankee fan, you know, I mean, the White Sox fans want to boo Josh Donaldson and then I get there's nothing to boo for Tim Anderson. No, and Tim Anderson one of the most exciting players in baseball. In fact, I immediately told everybody after Saturday, just because not only does Tim Anderson play like a superstar every day, but he plays like a superstar and then some when the lights are on. So I knew for a fact Sunday Night baseball. Tim Anderson was going to do something spectacular and like always he did huge three run home run in the bottom of the 8th. Hey, it was a double header yesterday and you saw the White Sox take sweep the double header. They were completely heavy underdogs in both games. I don't know, John, I feel like yesterday is going to be a date that we're going to be pointing at. May 21st, that was the day that the White Sox in 2022 got right. Well, we've been waiting for it, and maybe it's going to be the pitching. I mean, obviously, we like their pitching. But we love their hitting and they're hitting just has not been there. Obviously, Jimenez is out. They've had injuries in other parts of that lineup, but look, rondal, and Abreu, two of the better hitters at their position in the league. I've just not really hit so far this year. You know, they're not providing the offense that they normally do and right now you've got Minnesota still playing well and exciting team, very good team from a positional standpoint to pitching better than anyone thought to still holding on the lead, but, you know, the white section of the favorite, once they get Lin back, once they get everybody back, on paper they should have the best team and I still expect them to win this division. And plus, guys like Dylan cease, who I have dubbed the strikeout prop king of all of the world. And of course, Lucas giolito, you know what you're going to be getting out of him. Lance Lin still out with the knee injury. He's looking to come back. Hopefully early June, which is a obviously a point that they're going to need him. And Dallas keuchel, you know, I know, I know everybody in Chicago has been all over him for not being the old Dallas keuchel in Houston, but these last four games he's done a decent job for the role he's been in, holding teams to three, four runs, which is kind of what you want from your four or 5 starter, granted, he's not paid like a four or 5 star. But it's definitely, it's definitely encouraging for the White Sox. They're currently four games behind Minnesota as we currently speak. But hey, Minnesota has gotten some injuries as well. You know, how are the twins going to handle buxton going forward? Because if that team say loses Correa and buxton, we're looking at an entirely different American League central. Right, obviously buxton, Wendy's playing is one of the best players in the game. He's kind of like the Grom of the position players. If he's on the field, he's spectacular, but too frequently injuries have kept him off the field. You know, I think they have to be careful with them. I think they will be careful. You know, the H at some point to do different things, give them days off. I mean, obviously had an injury history and you need to have him. I mean, if they're really going to have any chance, they need to have buxton playing. I don't think there's any question about that. I mean, you mentioned these guys with a White Sox. You know, I mean, Keiko's been up and down, but these other guys cease has been fantastic. He's pitching like an all star co pack looks like he's going to be that guy that people thought he was going to be when everyone was marveling at the fact that he could throw a 105 miles an hour. Really, really, really talented and Johnny cueto. I mean, we know the guy's got talent, but you know, he's getting up there. He was not very popular in free agency. And he's off to a great start for the White Sox. They may end up doing it with the pitching. You know, like we like the whole team, but it might be the pitching that carries them in this division. But you know what, Minnesota's better than we thought..
Anderson says Donaldson made racist remark, Yanks top Chisox
"The Yankees have now won 22 of their last 26 games after slamming the White Sox 7 to 5 The angst broke this game open early by scoring 5 runs off one time nemesis Dallas keuchel in the second inning camp by DJ le mayhew's Grand Slam Just got a lot of really good players that are playing well and it seems like it's someone different every day you know carrying the team So it's been a lot of fun Nestor Cortes who started the game with MLB's lowest ERA gave up three runs all in Jose Abreu's home run pitching 5 innings for the win Anthony Rizzo and Josh Donaldson also drove in runs for New York Donaldson was the focus of a bench clearing confrontation in the 5th but no punches were thrown Chicago manager Tony La Russa accused Donaldson of a racist comment Tom arryn New York
Donaldson lifts Yankees to opening win over Red Sox in 11th
"The the the the Yankees Yankees Yankees Yankees never never never never led led led led until until until until the the the the final final final final swing swing swing swing of of of of the the the the game game game game as as as as they they they they defeated defeated defeated defeated the the the the Boston Boston Boston Boston Red Red Red Red Sox Sox Sox Sox six six six six to to to to five five five five in in in in opening opening opening opening day day day day for for for for these these these these two two two two long long long long time time time time rivals rivals rivals rivals Josh Josh Josh Josh Donaldson's Donaldson's Donaldson's Donaldson's RBI RBI RBI RBI single single single single with with with with no no no no one one one one out out out out in in in in the the the the bottom bottom bottom bottom of of of of the the the the eleventh eleventh eleventh eleventh kept kept kept kept the the the the game game game game in in in in which which which which the the the the Iraqis Iraqis Iraqis Iraqis came came came came back back back back from from from from three three three three separate separate separate separate deficits deficits deficits deficits we'll we'll we'll we'll take take take take a a a a win win win win any any any any way way way way that that that that you you you you can can can can get get get get it it it it but but but but I I I I did did did did in in in in the the the the Dave Dave Dave Dave to to to to show show show show some some some some resiliency resiliency resiliency resiliency to to to to fight fight fight fight back back back back and and and and and and and and and and and and hang hang hang hang in in in in there there there there and and and and horrible horrible horrible horrible like like like like I I I I said said said said total total total total team team team team when when when when bullpen bullpen bullpen bullpen did did did did a a a a great great great great job job job job hopefully hopefully hopefully hopefully these these these these are are are are good good good good things things things things in in in in the the the the future future future future the the the the Sox Sox Sox Sox score score score score three three three three times times times times in in in in the the the the top top top top of of of of the the the the first first first first off off off off Gerrit Gerrit Gerrit Gerrit Cole Cole Cole Cole before before before before there there there there was was was was even even even even an an an an out out out out but but but but Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony Rizzo's Rizzo's Rizzo's Rizzo's two two two two run run run run Homer Homer Homer Homer in in in in the the the the bottom bottom bottom bottom of of of of the the the the inning inning inning inning set set set set the the the the stage stage stage stage for for for for the the the the yanks yanks yanks yanks come come come come back back back back Giancarlo Giancarlo Giancarlo Giancarlo Stanton Stanton Stanton Stanton a a a a DJ DJ DJ DJ lemay lemay lemay lemay who who who who also also also also homered homered homered homered for for for for the the the the Yankees Yankees Yankees Yankees Tom Tom Tom Tom Merriam Merriam Merriam Merriam the the the the York York York York
"donaldson" Discussed on This Mom Knows
"So if you do it with a friend, someone else who says, yeah, I heard to speak out. I read a book on hospitality. Rosaria, Butterfield's book, the gospel comes to the house key. But I don't like black beans. You know, she keeps black beans in a crackpot. But I want to do something. And so you get this friend and I call them what do I call them? Back up Friends. Back at post, so that I have that whole city at my table. We each invite someone else. So then you have four people. Maybe 5 kids by that time are 12. But the idea is that that backup host, your friend will keep that conversation going while you're finishing up or the kids have just thrown, you know, the whole Rice Krispies box has gotten all over the floor. It happens. But you have this friend, you know, laughing and talking and asking questions. So I'm specifically asked certain friends to my coffees where I have other people because I know they can keep the cop. And they're genuinely interested in people who need to get someone really loves other people. But you do it with a friend. That tip is really been helpful to people. That's great. That's great. And like you said, just do it because the more you do something, the confidence will follow later, but you gotta do it first to and I always say that Philippines versus your doorbell rings. We have a long way to the doorbell. You just keep repeating. I can do all things surprises strengthens me. I can do all the walk very slowly, so you can. And then you just start and you do it, and if it's a total failure, it doesn't matter because you're doing it for the lord. And mostly people just like to be invited. So don't worry about your house. Yeah. That's great. Well, our time is coming to an end. But one question I love to ask everyone is, what is your favorite time saving gadget? And maybe yours is even hospitality related..
"donaldson" Discussed on This Mom Knows
"The whole time of sweaty and listening, I go, mom. And she said, I was mortified. I go, of course, I'm mortified. I'm mortified listening to this. I said, why didn't you? And why didn't you serve the pie and ice cream and say, you know, the coffee is the real dessert. You know, and they would just laugh. And I said, and she said, you know, I would do that now. But then she felt so insecure she didn't know what to do. We've all been there. We've all been less secure in some area. And I said, besides, it would probably all engineers, they would have loved coming into your kitchen and trying to figure out this new gadget. Speaking of gadgets later on. And so this is the point. My mom would do it differently as she matured. So really part of maturing is not thinking about yourself and being able to laugh at yourself. You know, because when we know, I don't take myself very seriously, and that makes everybody else be a lot more relaxed. I talk about imperfect hospitality and my culinary. I made purple chicken. That's a whole nother story, you know? You do these things. You're a little embarrassed, and then what you've made a friend basically. And then the other thing is a Philippines that uses the Christian author. He uses this expression, breaking the chain of. So my mom, herself did not receive hospitality in her home. But but we received hospitality. But I had never known that my mom had this horrific experience really the first probably 5 or ten years of her marriage. Until she just did it anyway. And that's what's called practicing hospitality. Like anything practicing the piano. Well, my husband practices medicine is a little more dangerous if he makes a mistake. But I think she could poison someone. But then perfect hospitality. But the point is, but husbands there to step in..
"donaldson" Discussed on This Mom Knows
"Sue Donaldson and her husband Mark live in San Luis Obispo. I can never say that California. Sue is a former high school English teacher and she spent some of those years in Brazil with wycliffe Bible translators. Together she and her husband of race three daughters who keep them at the bank and on their knees. So love and gifting is connecting people to one another to God and his word. She's a speaker, a blogger and a podcaster who has a heart for hospitality. So welcome Sue. Thank you so much Jen for happy me. It's going to be a blast. Oh, I'm so glad to have you here. Well, that told us quite a bit about you, but why don't you just tell us a little bit more like where you grew up, how you met your husband, maybe what a perfect weekend looks like. Okay. I grew up in Southern California. I have Midwest roots. And how I met my husband is a totally different hour long podcast. So to make it short, he's from Iowa came out to Southern California. I met him in the driveway of my ex-boyfriend 'cause I was saying goodbye to him and Mark was starting to rent in the same house. And so I think he fell for me right then, but of course it took a while. So he proposed three months later, and I said no, and then three years later, I said yes. And he was already living in San Luis Obispo, so I married into the town almost 34 years ago. Oh, that's so cool. I love that. Yes, that would be a fun fun full story to hear. Another time. Yeah. So what do you guys enjoy doing in California? You have a lot more weather options. A lot more options because of the weather. And we do, but what does the weekend look like for you? Well, we have this great trail that doesn't have hills. So at my age, I prefer that and has shade..
Guerrero Hits 46th HR, but Twins Hit 3 in Row, Top Blue Jays
"Michael Pineda three relievers held the jays to just five hits well Minnesota hit four home runs you know seven three victory at Rogers centre or gave to local next to Josh Donaldson went deep against Toronto starter hundred were you who lasted just two plus innings blue jays manager Charlie one toils as real needs to make some tweaks to his delivery he's fine he's LTSE complaint so it's it's always command if you get set you'll be fine like he's always asking that is always done in the past I also don't want Brent Rooker also homered in the wind Vladimir Guerrero junior his forty six Holbrook this season in a losing cause regaining the major league lead the J. is dropped a half game back of the Yankees for the second American League wild card spot join the debate Toronto
"donaldson" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Is people pay. Could see this movie. When they thought to a theater they walked. Cold sodas popcorn in no masters in the protection booth. Everyone pretend podcasting is boring. Hey folks welcomed a special bonus interview few weeks after we did the episode on whitesands. I had the pleasure of speaking with the director of whitesands. Roger donaldson quick interview. Hope you enjoy it. Thanks for listening. What for you was the break or the opportunity in order to start making films in the. Us was it. The bounty me was really phil knight codes. Nice fellows. It was for my new zealand and the canned film festival. Guess eighty one. I think of us. American critics soda. I love that instead of promoting the internationally. Because i haven't really stepped outside busy too much of that time and film sort of go here in america and That brown and richard zanuck to us produces practically. They're coming to america and doing film here and it was pretty cool. Shattered silence written by adding about chechnya the nerva. And so i kind of here instead of working on that project but that went into turnaround made. And then i make it. Press the American producer. Who got me to sign onto to direct the sequel to of into the involved in writing a script for that project long. After i sat on that i met dinner. Intas who bought the rights to content and me to give up on kinda and into the bounty. So the boundary was my porn international filming. That was you know. I was hide here in america. You're not doing much of england about such big picture. Especially just that cast. That cast is amazing. I know that folks weren't who they are today. You know anthony hopkins. Obviously he was a star. But he wasn't the anthony hopkins that we know today. But my god what a performance. Tony was not as a very active by the end. Really you know though these major work if upstage and they'll give sort. Of course you know done mad. Maxine really wasn't that well-known either. But i the real credit goes to look into the costing director under. Then she'd people like they listen. Maybe listen to to my attention. She put together a fantastic of. I'm very curious about how you came to make no way out because the big clock is one of my favorite anwar's and i'm always a fan of how we can take something in the past and reinterpreted for the president and you brought that story so up to date with no way out. I confess i didn't even know it wasn't right nyc when i make a radio script gallons and suffering thanks. You went under any to know gibson at he on a remake of the big clock in what they say never based coca big clock so that's another wasn't in the movie. What was that experience like for you making that film. Well you i love politics up and you know very to be washington for a lot of and then you know we built You know we did some amazing chips and stuff for so. It was a great movie to be puddle yet. Your thrillers are just out of this world. I just watched the november man. And i really appreciate your your thrillers but i also appreciate that you don't just stick to one genre. I wouldn't even know necessarily where to put saying like a cocktail to say like. Oh well it's this. It's that because there's a little bit of a lot of things. No no the truth. Is i love becky movie. I up telling stories and also trying to make happy groundhog day. Re just doing the same thing again again. So attracted to different sorts of stuff and different sorts of things. And you know. I mean if you look like maybe celebrate myself like classes indian and spanish palacio very much coming out so you know the same guy made. I guess there was one thing i would point to. It feels like there's there's usually a male protagonist and it feels like they're having some sort of a crisis and and just having to kind of get their life together. And i would say that. That is also there in whitesands. Just the whole ray character. Does he want to stay the small town deputy or does he want to go on this adventure. Probably i mean let's one is not conscious it's sub two hundred while you know what you're attracted to what you're interested in what you feel like as a as a an maker so some of it's not like going up something that's just what what you're attracted to in a way that you can come to an interested into to make it. I mean like if i look at a movie like well no way out and say days the coming threat. There is really interesting. Politics in american politics is vice out in the world stage. you know. that's really what. I'm interested in those films. Very basic level. What am i came to be attracted to them. What attracts you about the story for whitesands. I loved it. You know just sort of you know. There's something about that than sitting filming around santa fe and was just that was very attractive to me and so it's a little bit of connection to the nicer. The pill going past loving the westerns and stuff like that. So this time to put into words what was attractive to me but you know i love. I just loved it could be. That was another one. We just had such a remarkable cast. And i was especially impressed by al samuel jackson. That was one of his earlier roles. In just he is a wonderful. In that movie actor to whip with i've read daniel pinte screenplay and there's a lot more of the molly character at mimi rogers place. Did you shoot that or did you decide to not even film that i really. I'd be lying if i said the any chance to tell me. What do you remember. What was your experience making the film. My experience was.
Donaldson, Cave Homer in 10th To Lead Twins Past Boston 9–6
"Josh Donaldson and J. K. played heroes in extra innings with a pair of home runs to lead the twins past the red Sox nine to six caves three run blast capped Minnesota's five run tenth inning Donaldson also hit a tie breaking two run blast after Boston tied the game at four in the ninth they have the momentum going right there all the time the game of the ninth inning and what how good their offense is over there we don't want to give them I was going to have the opportunity to go to win by just warm one Miguel Sano crossed the majors longest Homer of the season with a four hundred ninety five foot solo blast Kyle Schwarber had a two run Homer in the ninth for Boston whose lead for the second AL wild card truck to one and a half games I'm guessing Coolbaugh
Cole Whiffs Donaldson, Pitches Streaking Yanks Past Twins
"The Yankees remain four games of the AL east lead following their season high ninth consecutive win seven one over the twins Gerrit Cole improved to twelve and six with six shutout innings fanning Josh Donaldson with the bases loaded in the fifth there's a few pictures where maybe left strike out on table or swim is because it inexcusable enough you know but unfortunately builder void damage and are you know able to grind out of a couple jams Giancarlo Stanton doubled home a pair in a five run fifth look Lloyd had two hits and two RBIs the night after his four hit game for his hitting five hundred with three home runs and thirteen RBIs in his past seven starts I'm Dave Ferrie
A's extend winning streak to 11, helped by 2 errors in 10th
"An American slugfest the ace come back to beat the twins thirteen to twelve in ten innings for their eleventh straight win leading twelve to ten the twins committed a pair of errors in the bottom of the tenth down to their last out a routine grounder to second by Matt Chapman was mocked by Travis Blankenhorn keeping the inning alive and then Ramon Laureano grounded to third but Lewis arise through wide to first allowing the tying and winning runs to score in the loss Nelson Cruz a pair of home runs with four RBIs for the twins and Josh Donaldson had four hits why only on Oakland
"donaldson" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"You on miracle insanity on the radio. Glad honestly wouldn't change you. Song all signed off ball overall on data more times. They can't do. You always have always will know all over ball signal..
Seattle teachers, district continue impasse over in-person learning
"Had a public school districts and the union for its educators remain at odds over plans for getting some students back in the classrooms later this week. We get the details from Como's Bill O'Neill, the district is pushing ahead with an effort to return pre K and special education students to in person learning. Across the area and around the country. Many parents as well as elected leaders are growing more vocal about getting kids back to class. But Gerald Donaldson, who is a member of the Seattle Education Association, says there are so many questions still to be answered. And batteries are concerned. Just in general. How is going to be a summer camp down would cope it? What's what are the policy themselves? Good is cast in place. And also just in general. How do students gonna feel I think until right back into learning that they're gonna be time for the five social emotional learning. Many health experts are convinced schools can reopen safely if the right protocols are followed.
The Dollar Privilege
"Federal reserve is taking sweeping him trying to protect the economy from the corona virus. Fed chairman jerome. Powell announced interest rates will be drastically in one of the biggest bet moves since two thousand eight financial crisis in china has a huge vested interest in the american economy because it holds them almost twenty five percent of all four. No us us sanctions against iran over nuclear program were reintroduced iran's economies in freefall soaring inflation and push comes to shove all the world's reserve currency to start off what is a reserve currency. And why does it matter. So i think the first thing is to explain what a currency is before we get to reserve currency. This is sebastian. Mallaby a senior fellow for international economics at the council. You may remember him from our episode on the economic side of the kovic. Pandemic currency has a few different uses. One is that it's a unit of account. It's a way of putting a measure on what something might be worth. The second is once you've decided what it's worth that you should be able to transact transactions are the second idea that you can go buy stuff with the currency and a third idea is that you can use money as a store of value before you transact you can save up this currency and then transaction the future so for those keeping track at home money does three basic things. It lets us agree on prices. It lets us by things and it lets us save up so we can buy other things later now. The same three things that currency does for people reserve currencies do for entire countries pricing buying and saving so neutrally a reserve currency is the cars you hold in reserve s. So it's very linked to the last idea. I mentioned of a store of value and in particular we think of reserve banks central banks global central banks which hose currencies in reserve to protect their economies against there is kinds of financial or economic shock so a reserve currency really has a couple of different functions. One is to cover the need for future imports. If a country for example doesn't have its own energy. Supply needs to import oil. You might want to hold donaldson reserved to make sure that you can buy oil. You need in the future. The second reason central banks hold foreign currency reserves is because of the possibility of a financial crisis. And there again don't as a very useful because most institutions borrowing donna's so in a financial crisis they gonna need donna's to help them pay for fan. Central banks have the unique power to print money but in many other ways they're kind of like a scaled up version of an ordinary bank. Your local bank needs to have enough money to lend to people if they want to buy a home or if things get bad and they need to take some out a central bank needs to be able to do this to but for an entire country in order to be prepared for the future. They need to store up a significant amount of cash that they can trust. Foreign currencies are often a safer bet than a local currency especially in countries with weak or unstable economies. The safest bet of all is the us dollar. What role does the. Us dollars serve in the global reserve system. Will your stone. Now is the largest single reserve. Currency economists estimate that approximately sixty percent of foreign reserves around the world are in us dollars. This is roger ferguson. He is the president and ceo of ti which manages over one trillion in retirement funds for more than five million teachers government workers and well me turns out. Roger was also vice chairman of the board of governors of the federal reserve from nineteen ninety nine to two thousand six. This means he helped determine the supply of us dollars to the country and the world. The euro is about twenty percent the yen. The japanese currency is about five or six percent of british pound also about five or six percent until the us by way of the most important reserve currency. But it's not the only currency it's held in reserve by other economies. The chinese i think would like to see their currency. The renminbi become a larger currency in terms of its holdings as a reserve currency around the world than yet out in terms of reserves. They number four number five. When listed only about two percent. I can definitely remember going to europe at a time. When the euro was way up in my money didn't go as far and you're like damn i time. This really poorly are other countries literally buying dollars the way that i exchange currency when i visit a country. And where do they buy them from. It's not quite the same because they're not collecting lots of five dollar bills to put into a wallet in their belt. They're holding huge amounts and said what they do. is they earn. Us treasury bombs or other kinds of easily traded dollar denominated guns and that could be mortgage bonds as well but you know. Us government debts the most popular instrument to
15-Year-Old Arrested For Allegedly Beating His Mother To Death At McKinney, Dallas-Forth Worth
"McKinney Teenagers in custody charged with murder after home surveillance showed Brutal beating death of his mother, the name of the 15 year old male not released, but he is now charged with murder. McKinney. Police say the boy's father called police for help from the home in the 700 block of Donaldson drive. Police say video showed that team beating his mother, Stacy Ellen Barney, to death. They found him in the area during a search. Kimberly James K. L I. F news
Texas boy, 15, charged with murder after beating mother to death, police say
"A 15 year old boy, who has not been identified, was arrested after he allegedly beat his mother to death. At their home and McKinney early Sunday. The attack was caught by the home surveillance camera. The boy's father called McKinney police to their home in the 700 block of Donaldson Drive at around 1 A.m.. They found the mother 50 year old Stacy Ellen Barney, dead inside the home. The boy was found in the area after a search was taken into custody and has been charged with murder. Steve Coming WKBW 24 7 news
"donaldson" Discussed on ABA Inside Track
"And you mentioned at the beginning of the show but but it'd be great if you talked about it again where people could find you and your program down at your school. Yes i'm at louisiana state university. I'm in the department of psychology in school psychology area and we have a really unique school's psychology doctoral program. That is very behavior analytic in its focus and but also you you pick up a bunch of other skills along the way leading differential diagnosis skills. We have specific. Coursework and training in cultural responsiveness. Our our program director. That's actually her research area. And i know he ran list. Right now are clamoring for that kind of experience. Y'all forget experience working with really diverse populations in the baton rouge and new orleans area. So it's cool program so anyone who's interested in pursuing a doctoral degree that is behavior analytic in its focus but his is also makes you eligible for licensure as a psychologist and you should check out. My email is j. donaldson at lsu. Dot e. d. u. Yeah if you like. Google my name and lsu come up you can find my website. You can see my lab page. See my students. I have the best students. They're super awesome. I get to collaborate with some people who are going to be going on and doing really amazing things. And then i get to kinds of research that i would have never done on my own. Because they have all kinds of ideas again. We want to say big. Thanks to dr jeannie donaldson for coming on the show and talking with us for such a great chunk of time. It's always such a pleasure when we have a guest on who has so much to share about their research about their thoughts on the topic at hand anecdotes. The research the facts of the research there was so much we got to cover tonight. And i hope all of your listeners. Were as excited to hear about it as we were. So thank you again. Dr donaldson before we wrap up. Just want to make sure everyone gets that second secret code word. It is hourglass h. o. u. r. g. l. a. s. s. Here's a big hourglass shaped objects. Got the big top. A big bottom really skinny middle sand falls through. Let's keep time an old timey fashioned way. Jasmine trapped in one by.
"donaldson" Discussed on ABA Inside Track
"The podcast. That's like reading in your car but safer i'm your host robert. Perry crews and with my co hosts. Hey rabbits thana and it's me jackie. Well it is a real treat episodes coming on november and one of the things we have to be thankful for. Is we have so many fabulous practitioners who are taking time out of their day to talk about behavior analysis and behavior analytic research with us this month. Which is again. Also the theme of our podcast is the theme of our budget. That's not the content is the theme the teaming and this is another great episode with great guest. We've wanted to do an episode on the topic of time out or quite some time now but we weren't going to do it with out a very special guest joining us. And luckily the stars have aligned and she is here tonight. We are joined by dr jeannie donaldson to talk all about time out ginny. Thanks so much for coming on the show tonight. Thanks so much for having me. I didn't check if everyone's a big fan of time out. I think one of the things we're going to talk about is time out as something that i think. We all know. We all know from probably our own childhoods from our own practices but it does seem to be a procedure that may not be as well received as it used to be. Even though it is one that i think is still pretty popular. In terms of usage. Popular in terms of people are writing. You know instagram posts about it. Necessarily and what will be talking about tonight. Our articles mostly by dr donaldson talking about timeout as procedure but also having a chance to talk about time out as a procedure that is potentially being misunderstood misused and what does that mean or practitioners who might or might not then recommend time out but before we get into all of that genie. Why don't you tell our audience all about you all right so i am an associate professor at louisiana state university. I am in the school psychology area. Although i'm not trained as a school psychologist but our program is a very behavior. Analytic school psychology program. And so i'm just gonna put in a little plug here at the beginning and then maybe again at the end brainy listeners. Who are interested in pursuing a doctoral degree. Our program afford students training in school psychology and in behavior analysis which allows students to get licensed as psychologists as well as their..
"donaldson" Discussed on Emma
"And grapple with the new curriculum might be prey of private companies giving quick-fix solutions to curriculum design so what would channel being and therefore the whole notion of being am reception we're wanting to engage with with with evidence being reflective about your place I think all of that just reinforces the vital importance of professional learning the vital importance of having the kind of community and the wider world so that what we do is to ensure that those four purposes which are the driver the the I suppose the danger at this time is that schools and teachers don't have that confidence who don't have space that was another kind of keen theme and tying else teaching profession owns change a teaching profession that sees being relevant as being integral to being depart of their profession who are constantly asking themselves questions about about the extent to which they are continuing what they're doing is continuing to serve children well techs within which throws foolish prophecies are given life changes the prophecies remain but the context changes and having reflective teachers no but it's important that the that the resources made available to schools are authentic in relation to the nature of reforms accompany taken we stop and then do something dramatic so we need to have a teaching profession that owns change is not driven by somebody if if people feel unsure on Saturn then the loop for for things for answers are going to help them that the they've been told to do so that's an is about the nature of the confidence and capacity of the of the profession we need to build up right from the it when we think about the emerging leadership culture in in Welsh education is very important part of leadership in the system again is is to going to answer all of their problems and that applies to the nature of of of what it means to be a professional and also I think that ova culture professional learning culture of collaboration amongst teachers which allows them to very critical users of whatever's in practice working with colleagues to help reflect on practice more generally Being attuned to developments taking place in the White House your response to those concerns and what vice would you give to teach us you could be the prey of companies Yeah I think I think that's legitimate officials and whilst government and elsewhere and you'll you'll begin to heal the slight change in and vocabulary because I I've gone yes ensuring despite that equity imperative experience in parity of quality for the pupils all across such a diverse and yet coverage not that that climate and we we don't want to have of school leaders informally ship positions who are looking for the magic bullet Oh country yeah the the basic principle is equity doesn't mean uniformity in fact equity means being able to marshal apples you took around Wales and discovered the kind of the diversity that geographic diversity of isolation of some parts of the country and I'm I guess there's all the uncertainty and not become from published as good stuff comes published as well it's not so good stuff so it's it's it's not it's not socially should be affordable square bulk so every time the delivery of implementation is used as money's supposed to go in the box and I prefer you can talk about a whole lot different so I think sometimes the Komo very naive you that you know having having something from the center that is simply rules subsidiarity the contents the concept of a locally authentic curriculum will have at least partially sprung from those travels how do you see the also sufficient agency school Evelyn a teacher level to be able to think that through in the context of the children are in that school each and consider by the way things might be done differently that's just built into the way in which the probation does things so it's why one of the things in discussions are had with with eight there's an obligation to make sure that children are not late day and therefore the needs to be a a sufficiently coherent framework to ensure that there is a consistent understanding of what beautification looks like what good pedagogy looks like the support of the not for that to to happen appoint which a new teacher cross actual university to begin that journey which we'll Lasso Great Point Asi which I Institute of Education in Singapore Singpore's move from a fairly low ranking education system to one which Pisa rank as the best in the world but what he made clear okay this is probably the most controversial questions so set up my still before I ask so we recently attended a talk by professor packed in from the by chance it's just the happenstance of the of the local circumstance what I think this reform is trying to do is to establish those Oh class education system big question well I know Paktiya very well he and I sat together on an international currency we'll we'll solve all their problems and the snake oil salesman you alluded into in one of your earlier answers to the last week a very very passionate commitment to the teacher and that was the big message I think that packed tea is is it over magic bullets set off at the very very critical and skeptical and cynical but skeptical in relation to two things that they are told awfully like what we're doing in Singapore saw the the consonants between the kind that aspirations they had for the people in Singapore and the aspiration such are coming through convinced everyone and these were initially held up as a blueprint for whilst reforms so how long do you think it will take for whales to be seen internationally as having at the start of his keynote speeches that it's been hard fifty year process reports from Scotland that curriculum for excellence reforms some nationally prescribed curriculum for US equity and just simply wrong thank you across the country somehow or other addresses the kind of issue that you're talking about and but actually I think that the versus true all that does is produce some Italians you get a protest Chinese supposed to what comes from the sentence ends up in the classroom is dramatically different so you actually do have diversity but diversity common common sense of purpose the will be In the curriculum frameworks there there will be clear expectations legislation that will go through he's with the is is realization I think the job professional estimate the aspiration reality not to implement something back to our primary audience all our audience but our primary audience is either student teachers or early career teachers and when the new curriculum is sitting across is partly it's a privilege to be a teacher and there's a huge responsibility goes with that he talks about paying forward as a freeze he a seven are all going in the direction so what wheels is doing I think is responding to the same kind of of thinking and precious servcies expertise addresses the needs that are in front of you and the lows whatever those needs are to be responded to musk period over which these forms not to have to take root I think the the timescale that that has been set for the forms some people have to D- benefit in the same way and I think part of his argument is not why you shouldn't resist change because if people in the past resisted chain taking things forward so we're not implementing a blueprint from anywhere this is this is this is made in Wales and this is right for well filter settling is measured I think in the past the temptation of being tried to see this is this is good on grit and it would have been done in a very the Senate next year will donate frame of expectation so it it's not free for all it's not it's not you know just Scotland's not a blueprint for this reform the reform that took place in Scotland there from the to place in Singapore reforms that took place in Australia Melvin Declaration back in two thousand vegetal child that's in that school and and the needs of that community in that ten in that context so I think those that believe that somehow or other we wouldn't have the kind of quality education which we have just know this was an obligation to embrace change robin not not resisted so finally implemented in schools in two thousand twenty two people that we currently teaching we'll be in the third year in I to reforms and a whole range of countries across the world but I believe wheels has has has land from previous experience and is now able to be a leader in terms of about two thousand and five onwards and interestingly one of the things he said to me when he looks at some stuff that's happening here he said all that in terms of of timescale I think I mean actually the kind of the most the the kind of significant developments in Singapore took place as you know that that all of us have benefited from what of teachers in the past did an teacher's responsibility to pay forward to the right so this is a measured reform measure piece the former is just in parenthesis one thing you said the I don't agree with that is which advises the First Minister of Scotland and Iceland before these four pack t giving I suspect with a similar talk to colleagues in Scotland in a society and economy at the moment is such that we cannot afford to have educational change as being every ten to fifteen years eighteen kill I think the fact successful futures published in Two Thousand Fifteen two thousand twenty five before the qualification place so that's the way it ten year Pedia pawtucket
"donaldson" Discussed on Emma
"And a very warm welcome to a thirst for the podcast in number I we're not only out on the road we're actually interview recorded okay welcome everybody I am very very privileged to introduce you to our guests today listen we're here is that we've just attended a conference we have it was a Policy Forum for Wales Conference all about where we're at sales event which was focused on implementing the New Curriculum in Wales measuring pupil progress in reforming fourteen to sixteen qualifications and we had keynote speech but before we get into the detail of what you said today we just want to go back in time a little bit and we WanNa ask basic questions interview yet we were getting the hint by the end but we did get half an hour of Professor Donaldson's time so without further ado we're going to go to the Hi ily wonderful maybe that's a little bit Ott but I am a trauma specialist what a Gracious Generous Lovely Man Senate Speaker was Professor Graham Donaldson himself and our lovely Tom of our wonderful podcast managed to bag him the kicked off the education reforms in Wales which is not what we expected to do when we started this humble podcast not at all but I've got to say the experience was in here on the podcast book we literally grabbed him in a conference room a whole that was being disassembled around us as we interviewed him teacups will being bashed and the discussion we had was round concerns that we're building up in wills about the pressures on the next professor Graham Donaldson Welcome to a humble podcast thank you we're GonNa ask you questions we've just been just attended the policy form for two thousand fourteen wishes when I had an initial conversation with officials in Wales government and then with the minister that time Hugh Lewis slightly vindictively by lady at the back I think he wanted to being removed from carpets at one point part of table was taken away from us without any chloroform and yet we have interviewed Professor Graham Donaldson author of the two thousand fifteen successful futures report home games he used to play back in the nineties where the floor is gradually piece by piece falling down rammed your left on one platform just to dress just manically trying to continue when you were asked to research and produce your port successful features what was your reaction to being given this opportunity how did you go about tax with new reforms in education what's really interesting input about qualifications show we're GONNA separate episode all about that however the key links such a huge task because obviously they such seminal document now in in our in our our future and a catalyst for future I'm what did you learn from it personally so curriculum there were I think half dozen task and finish groups had put in reports I think virtually all of those groups said the thing they would report it on yeah so we're going to give over most of this episode to an in depth interview with the man himself Professor Donaldson a a slight health warning we normally have very high standards for our sound quality things I was cleared by in my initial discussions with colleagues with the minister was just looking at our site if I was going to do a hat ought to be in the core of a national curriculum and I think there was a recognition that time that that you couldn't simply try and squeeze more and more into the existing national reclamation of the discussion we had back then with with officials and with ministers wars round with a view of national curriculum and assessment arrangement what was your reaction how did you go about it and what's delaying from looking back in time but to no two thousand thirteen ornery meant that I didn't think that I was the person who did best pleased to give some kind of technical fix to try and Tsk could help to throw some light and how we would square that circle of you've got an existing national curriculum and build up a pressure one enough to I discharged US remit and I did a number of of different things but the first thing I was absolutely determined to do was to manipulate the existing framework in a way that somehow manage to reconcile the pressures that were there so we agreed very open ended remote education system in wheels fell to how things currently where and what did I wear for the future and how far we could we could satisfy those aspirations in a in a device curriculum so I spent the first three months of the review for the review so would be as radical as it needed to be it was was where we ended up the challenge Dan was understand just what the teaching profession what the young people the parents what the the the the broader stakeholders wishing to school young people in the school and I just spoke to them about their come views in on on the school curriculum but also just the nature of of Yes spent time in schools and every school I went to it's been obviously time with the head and senior staff Cross section of staff host school should serve their children and how far existing arrangements allowed them to save the children well asking the children literally tuning Wales so I went north South East West and center discovered some of the logistical difficulties of traveling especially in off circle meals make sure youngsters did well and qualifications that was a big driver under both primary and secondary he's looking in the background was views about an account purpose of of of school wars and and in secondary schools a lot of the discussion was round the twin pressures we obviously obviously schools felt you finish it for me please so I said to Stanford sentences am it would be great f. forget all about the constraints that you you come in at the school and what did they hope to get from the team at school how did they see school has been for those discussions tended to start with initially fairly first of all I'm very very clear very clear and very strong message that levels of dissatisfaction were very high with what was they wanted to get from school both senior staff teachers but also particularly from the young people themselves so outta that grew I'm just telling you it'd be great if and then we had a different conversation because people started much more I'm vicious much more creative in terms of the kind of things so really had a a understanding about thinking that was taking place in those countries but then more widely in terms of of evidence insulation the coffered evidence that that was it an undertaking and what I got from my visits to school so successful futures sixty recommendations all and half the recommendations about what needs to happen if the if the opportunities offered by changes to curriculum assessment could become a reality in schools in place in order to ensure that what you don't do do one for the OCD working with elise CD of Dumb Review of Sweden Portugal Japan and Australia as part of the what the it would be great to do so simultaneous with all of that I was also undertaking white ever set I addictive response so the young people will say oh we we go to school so that we can get qualification catch up and there was a very clear instrumental view but what it's about research about the way in which curriculum thinking was going and then I also commissioned was at Cardiff University Christina about what was best necessarily for their children at school so we we had that discussion then ask too much we'll open ended question and say okay well Hud all that if I if I give you a stem to a sentence ability system in which they were trying to second guess accountablity system so they were trying to satisfy what we thought count wanted rather than thinking the arguments behind that was democracy sweet forward because it was a huge consonants between the direction things are going to nationally what can through from the all of that came back in and actually remarkably what then fluids from that in terms of framing the final recommendations and successful all came together quite naturally within that thankfully yeah that's true but an important thing to remember is they were about professional landing they went about leadership they would've accountability what about subsidiarity about just the nature of the culture some of the things that had scully's Cardiff University to undertake a call for evidence for me so that I that that's the first three four five months of the review the concentration that the there was there was virtually virtually nobody batting for the status cool under a lot of exciting ideas about and I'm not sure that necessarily what's what the the administer was expecting from me but about half the recommendations would curriculum assessment the coffee shop hey feeling somewhat who as trying to look. 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"donaldson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Almost took Donaldson off his feet one ball two strikes one gonna nobody aboard here you know hold half of the seven that's nine to six Lana we need to settle down a little bit one two Sweeney rumble to the shortstop secura globes rules the first tune out is Donald is is worked out pretty well for Philly skipper gave Kapler Alvarez who gets to face is gonna get possibly two out of three maybe go one two three two of those that are gonna be lefties Donaldson sandwich by Freddie Freeman a lefty Nick more cake is lefty so could be a perfect decision here to bring in Alvarez in keep the Braves from score anymore runs keep the game close here's the pitch to mark K. Kissimmee hits the final straight thank this is also three four and five in the Atlanta water Riley is on deck we see him in the seventh year or in the eighth nine one two coming up for Philadelphia in the eighth swing a line drive into right center that's down in the gap could be extra bases again for more cake is and it will be a stand up double his third of the game three doubles in a strikeout so he's in scoring position with two outs and Riley.
"donaldson" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"And then the fact that he just took the plastic autumn clubs and went out with them and played pretty good. That's just an everyone. Who knows me knows like how Philly fan? I am. So I'm all the phillys eagles. Flyers Sixers amid right? Those are my teams the fact that Josh is playing on the Atlanta Braves. I'm gonna go up. I'm gonna take him up on his offer. And I'm going up there absolutely game. And I'm gonna be rooting for him in the Braves hard. The one thing I won't do is. I'm not going to go up when they play the Phillies. I don't think. Yeah. You probably should go to a game where they're playing someone that stinks like the Diamondbacks Marlins. You know what I love about? Donaldson is this is the dude that's used to hitting a moving fastball. Ninety eight miles an hour. So he laughed at the notion that this little white ball doesn't move and stays on T form. And and the fact that everybody gets quiet like he would be just he's the dude that wouldn't get shook at all if like someone was screaming and whatnot in the background. Or if every hole was like the sixteenth waste, man. Right. He would probably embrace it. He would shake his hair and be like, let's go. Here's the thing with him to like we we were talking to him. He was telling us. This is not during it wasn't during the interview was just on the driving range there are holes that he's like there. It's too. It's too short for me. Like I out drive. The whole I hit my three would too far. How is? Too far. If that's what people don't understand. He's not a large individual now. He's about what do you think? He's he's probably my height. Maybe. Yeah. And he's got might be thirty pounds. Heavier than years little. Yeah. It's got the muscle. Yeah. But he's not he's not one of those guys. He's not gonna make the body magazine the body issue. We should be in the body issue. Matting academy should be on the cover of ESPN the body issue. Don't tempt me. I'm you know, I think we should I will put my hairy Frodo body. Yeah. I'm gonna actual care. I'll Email management, right. And we're done recording. I'll say we've decided for charity that Mattie, and the, and you know, what you hear you know, it's going to be covering your stuff Gulf bag. No, you know, what I should be. What would be great is if I had one of those of bags of golf balls that you get at the driving range. If I had those give me to those, and I could block all the my stuff who of them to small bag. No come on. A little. But if I had to those I could we could block everything that that would be hilarious. And then I would use the cover of a driver. Yes. All right. So before we wrap up this week's episode probably much quicker than we should. You're genesis. Yes. Hiker makes his return. I will go on record again as I do every tournament that tiger tees up in I have zero expectations for him to win make the cut advance yourself from where you were in the the first tournament you're in this year. Look this is tournament tiger has played more than any other torn. Well, how do I say this in the correct way? He's never even contended to win here realistically. And this this tournament he's played the most without a win. So he's got more starts here. I think there was one time. Yeah. There's once where he had a chance potentially to win. And he didn't other than that tiger making the cut this week will be a win. And it's not only because of course, it's because of its his foundation that's running this whole thing. Yup. So he's doing so much foundation stuff. That his one hundred percent focus can't be on golf like yesterday with the celebrity Cup. Yeah. It was him and Fred Couples, which can I just tell you that was so much fun..
"donaldson" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"Zero six six zero one two Mattie and caddy's listener line. And we have some great calls this week. We've got three that we're going to get to two of them are questions. One of them is pointing out some factual inaccuracies from the podcast, which we always appreciate uh. So we'll get to that coming up in just a bit. We'll also get to Josh Donaldson. The interview for this week, a former AL MVP now with the Atlanta Braves third baseman and the best thing that I loved about this podcast with Josh Donaldson because we'll do the reenact real quick for the beautiful patron gatty when we were watching. Josh donald. Zain on the driving rains in Orlando. Yes. So playing in the diamond resorts championship, which is the first LPGA tour event of the year and LPGA tour pro who will not be named was on the driving range about maybe fifteen to twenty feet away from Josh Donaldson. And did not know who Josh Donaldson was no clue whatsoever. And Josh gets out the driver and hits one driver and the player who wasn't paying attention at the time just heard the sound in stopped and turned and looked over as Josh teed up another one. Now, I'll make the sound of the driver, and Mattie you make the sound of the player after contact was made. And the flight of the ball was watched. And it went just like this wet. What? And everyone on the jiving rates and laughed because it is sound that that flare made as the ball left the club face into the stratosphere. Yeah. I mean, his story is amazing. Josh donaldson. I I'll say it again. He I've never seen someone who doesn't get paid professionally to hit a golf ball. Hit a golf ball. Josh Donaldson does. So you want to hear that interview coming out of it's fantastic interview. Josh Donaldson, our guest today so much to unpack on this week's episode. I wanna start looking back before we look forward, and I cannot tell you. And I've said this on the podcast if you haven't heard it by now, listen to some of the past episodes. I love it when a star in our sport gets a win early in the season. And we got that at Pebble Beach with Phil Mickelson also the side of this year's US open. Catty you were there. And I thought fill these guys. Handled horrible weather, and the fact that Phil Mickelson is already in the winter circle. This year activates all of my Gulf feels included my gluts. Yes. But and I hate saying that with Phil because I I have to admit that he and I have become closer now than I think we've ever been in the. Fifteen plus years that we've known each other what happened on Sunday night when darkness was falling made Phil look, very ugly. Yeah. Eight him look, really ugly. It was a lose lose for everyone. Look everybody knew that. There wasn't technically wasn't going to be enough daylight to finish. When when we got the hail delay, mother nature. I if if you hadn't seen what was going on at pebble it hailed on Sunday, and it started hailing while the sun was still out. I mean, there.
"donaldson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"When she goes in front of a hearing how many children are dying in her own care. So therefore ice should be defended. They don't deserve a dime. Garland is in Minneapolis garland. You're on the Larry elder show. Thank you so much for calling. Hey, larry. I just wanted to say thank you for everything that you do. My pleasure. Thank you. Oh, yeah. I heard that clip of Ilhan, Omar, and I was driving. I just clicked up the math and. That would mean that full-time McDonald's workers made less than five dollars an hour. Right. Which would be illegal. Yeah. Among other things. Thanks garland. I appreciate that. So the CEO of McDonald's p gets paid twenty one point eight million dollars can can you share with us? What someone in your position at McDonald's gets paid annually. Not that much. Not even a fraction of that. But I make a seven dollars an hour at my job. Really? Unbelievable, by the way, also suggests that the that we ought to end our two party system. So you must be okay with the idea. And I don't say that is. Democrats freaking out about it. But look I'm coming from. Somebody says what's wrong with more competition is better not last. You think it would be healthier for our system if we had four or five parties four or five I think that's fine. Whatever I think that that's a sounds like the two major parties, you feel like don't, sir. How about twelve we come back? Know the reporter Sam Donaldson. He applauded socialism. He says it's gonna make us a better country. Now, we're going to chat with Dave from irvington New Jersey about black face. Dave do not leave town triple eight nine seven one on this phone Abro Friday. So that you can beat my brother. Call triple eight nine seven one SAG can you beat.