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"doug glanville" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"14 tweets about the game. 14 And multiple tweets specifically about the Yankees 14 tweets. You have to be held accountable. Mariah's sited in the clip. Hold me to it. So we are So he is banned from talking on the show today because he had to have such a voice last night during the Yankees and Indians game, which was won by the Yankees and the Yankees have now swept the Indians into the A. L. D. S that he's not allowed to speak today because he had to get all those opinions out last night when he said, Hold me to it. We are looking for the next punishment for murder. It can't just be banned from today's show. There has to be a Twitter component to this because it was a violation on Twitter as well. The biggest violation was on Twitter. So if you have any suggestions for us, please tweet Abby DEA on CBS or call me up. 855 to 1 to four. CBS hit me up on the phone to let me know. Do you have an idea for what we could do to razz? To make sure he is held accountable for this 14 tweets last night during a game that, he said I will not tweet during Talk about just Okay. The speed limit is 55 doing 1 20 drag racing and driving on the wrong side of the road. 855 to 1 to four, CBS. We had some good suggestions so far looking for more when we come back Doug Glanville on a major league baseball playoffs, D, a CBS sports radio, not attorney spokesperson and sponsored by open jar concepts, attention, veterans and active duty military. If you were issued earplugs between 2002.

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"doug glanville" Discussed on WWL

WWL

08:38 min | 2 months ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on WWL

"You each and every morning six until 10 Eastern time. Three until seven, Pacific Coming up in 20 minutes. Doug Glanville is gonna join US. Nine year MLB veteran MLB television analyst is well, we'll talk to Doug about where the playoffs are. That comes your way in 20 minutes as we already have. A number of teams all in the American League have advanced because yesterday, the National League who was there first day to get going with three teams already. Swept through the first round. The Yankees and the Rays of the Astros won the first two games of the first round three game. Siri's best of three and so they move on to the A. L D S We have an ongoing soap opera about that which I will share with you coming up here in just a few moments, But Doug is going to join us in 20 minutes and in 40 minutes There is a push by the NFLPA to play all NFL games. On grass. Yeah, I I love it. Love, love, love. Ah, push to disallow NFL billionaires from saving a few more bucks by having artificial turf instead of grass. Lambo. Pittsburgh. Chicago. These are all places that have brutal winters. And have real grass. There is no reason if it is safer. To not be able to play on really grass. Everywhere in the NFL. Cleveland really grass. Those are brutal winters brutal November's in December's and ultimately maybe January's There's never been a good excuse to have to use artificial turf at a football stadium that only host at most 10 football games a year unless you're MetLife Which is double that, But even they had grass. For a time being. We'll do that coming up later on in the hour next hour. We're gonna have basketball Hall of Fame or Spencer Haywood join us on the show, which is very cool. Talking about last night's game one of the N B a Finals, a dominant Lakers performance. And also next hour. Kurt Busch is going to join us as NASCAR's playoffs begin. Last night, a big performance again by Anthony Davis and LeBron James and easy win by the Lakers. I had the Lakers in six going into last night, We'll see how it unfolds. If there's injuries to the heat that could be a much shorter Siri's Really The biggest story is not even necessarily that aid and LeBron were that good Last night. It's the injuries to Jimmy Butler. Goran Dragic's And Bamut Bio. If those three guys can't play or limited, the Siri's is over, we all know those air three of the most important guys on the floor. I would say that Bam and Butler, along with Tyler, hero are the three most important And then drag. It would be number four. So if the heat are limited, or without three of their four most important players Then they've got re Elish use, and you could even argue that sometimes Drag. It is more important than hero because he facilitates so much of the offense, whereas hero is a wonderful score an actual sharpshooter and a guy that could explode far more points than drag it, JJ, but That drug it actually touches the basketball moron more plays. We'll see what that unfolds as today when we get information back on the heat. But last night, a dominant performance by the Lakers and a step closer to a championship, which would ultimately be LeBron's fourth ring, if they do end up wrapping up this championship 1/4 ring. In 10 tries in the N B a finals which just by being in 10 n Ba finals is amazing. I talked about this yesterday. I'm just enjoying sitting back and enjoying watching LeBron in the N B a finals And it's not the same obviously, digital fans neutral court, The court itself does not have a staple center floor or the heat floor. American Airlines Arena. I wish it did, though. I thought that the N B finals you could go back to the home courts there in Orlando. They flew down those courts Orlando or ship them in so that they could practice on them. I know it would be tough to turn around new court floors. For the game that we're kind of stacked back to back to back. But now there's only one Siri's. Wouldn't it be cool if last night was the Staples Center floor? Game two as well. And then for Game three and four. We flipped over to the American Airlines floor. I think that we're really cool little touch to make it feel like the N B a Finals. Alas, they're not doing it. Either way, though, it's still a championship and the Lakers are one step closer. For the NFL world. Corona viruses right now. Throwing a lot of things into An uncomfortable situation or an unknown situation, I suppose, because the Titans cannot gather this week to practice and their game against the Steelers is going to be postponed until at least Monday, perhaps Tuesday. As they try to withstand the early positive tests of the week from multiple players and staffers. And the NFL's handing down these huge penalties and fines for coaches. That do not have their masks on. And now the Raiders are in hot water because they were at an event, and apparently they did not wear their masks at all times, and they were interacting with the crowd. No. In Nevada, the Raiders We're getting together for Darren Waller's foundation and Darren Waller is their tight end who dealt with massive addiction. Sobriety issues. Both drugs and alcohol is now clean. We've been clean for a year and a half or so maybe a little bit longer, which is awesome. Maybe two years and Become a really foundational part of of the team. And he has a foundation to help at risk youth overcome addiction, which is a great cause. And it's the type of thing that I would highlight for a momentous Monday in honor of Little Mo. I've just taken a bad situation and making a positive out of it. And I love people like this, so I really admire Darren Waller for overcoming addiction, and he's three years sober now, and he's trying to do something for youth that are at risk of doing the same thing. But His Raiders teammates were at this event and They took off their masks to meet with some fans that were there. And to take some pictures and with it, they got into some major trouble. And so now, Derek Carr is having to apologize, saying that he feels terrible about it. We addressed it. We talked with Coach We were down there to support our teammate. But we're sorry we made a mistake. And You know that they now have to kind of own that, innit? Unfortunately kind of overwhelms a positive situation by making that the news. Jon Gruden was also fined $100,000 earlier in September for not wearing his mask properly on the sideline. And the Raiders refined a quarter of a million dollars and are being investigated by the NFL for allowing an unauthorized team employees in the locker room after the game, the Monday night or against the Saints. Now think about that find a quarter of a million dollars. For somebody unauthorized just be in the locker room. But this is the seriousness of the NFL right now. The NFL's issued strong warnings to coaches were not wearing their masks properly on the sideline with suspensions and or a forfeiture of draft picks as well. Jon Gruden said. We understand it's terrible. We've addressed this within our team. Derek Carr's apologizing, saying It's a terrible moment for us. And I wonder about Derek Carr in this way. Apparently, it was a moment where See what they had been aware their masks and then they wanted to take pictures with people and they dropped their masks and they took their masks off. And so it was a bad moment and they should have been more on point. Car was there. Nathan Peterman. Peter Man was there. Jason Witten was there. Sarah carriers, a Jones, hunter, Renfroe and a couple of other guys. And more than 50 people at the event, which is against Nevada rules. You can't blame The team for being an event that had too many people at it. That's.

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"doug glanville" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:23 min | 2 months ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Coming up in 20 minutes. Doug Glanville is gonna join US. Nine year MLB veteran MLB television analyst is well, we'll talk to Doug about where the playoffs are. That comes your way in 20 minutes as we already have. A number of teams all in the American League have advanced because yesterday, the National League who was their first date to get going with three teams already. Swept through the first round. The Yankees and the Rays of the Astros won the first two games of the first round three game. Siri's best of three and so they move on to the A. L D S We have an ongoing soap opera about that which I will share with you coming up here in just a few moments, But Doug is going to join us in 20 minutes and in 40 minutes There is a push by the NFLPA to play all NFL games. On grass. Yeah, I I love it. Love, love, love. Ah, push to disallow NFL billionaires from saving a few more bucks by having artificial turf instead of grass. Lambo. Pittsburgh. Chicago. These are all places that have brutal winters. And have real grass. There is no reason if it is safer. To not be able to play on really grass. Everywhere in the NFL. Cleveland really grass. Those are brutal winters brutal November's in December's and ultimately maybe January's There's never been a good excuse to have to use artificial turf at a football stadium that only host at most 10 football games a year unless you're MetLife Which is double that, But even they had grass. For a time being. We'll do that coming up later on in the hour next hour. We're gonna have basketball Hall of Fame or Spencer Haywood join us on the show, which is very cool. Talking about last night's game one of the N B a Finals, a dominant Lakers performance. And also next hour. Kurt Busch is going to join us as NASCAR's playoffs begin. Last night, a big performance again by Anthony Davis and LeBron James and easy win by the Lakers. I had the Lakers in six going into last night, We'll see how it unfolds. If there's injuries to the heat that could be a much shorter Siri's Really The biggest story is not even necessarily that aid and LeBron were that good Last night. It's the injuries to Jimmy Butler. Goran Dragic's And Bamut Bio. If those three guys can't play or limited, the Siri's is over, we all know those air three of the most important guys on the floor. I would say that Bam and Butler, along with Tyler, hero are the three most important And then drag. It would be number four. So if the heat are limited, or without three of their four most important players Then they've got re Elish use, and you could even argue that sometimes Drag. It is more important than hero because he facilitates so much of the offense. Where's hero is a wonderful score, an actual sharpshooter and a guy that could explode far more points than drag it, JJ, but That drug it actually touches the basketball moron more plays. We'll see what that unfolds as today when we get information back on the heat. But last night, a dominant performance by the Lakers and a step closer to a championship, which would ultimately be LeBron's fourth ring, if they do end up wrapping up this championship 1/4 ring. In 10 tries in the N B a finals which just by being in 10 n Ba finals is amazing. I talked about this yesterday. I'm just enjoying sitting back and enjoying watching LeBron in the N B a finals. And it's not the same. Obviously, digital fans neutral court, The court itself does not have a staple center floor or the heat floor at American Airlines Arena. I wish it did, though. I thought that the N B finals you could go back to the home courts there in Orlando. They flew down those courts Orlando or ship them in so that they could practice on them. I know it would be tough to turn around new court floors. For the games that were kind of stacked back to back to back. But now there's only one Siri's. Wouldn't it be cool if last night was the Staples Center floor? Game two as well. And then for Game three and four. We flipped over to the American Airlines floor. I think that we're really cool little touch to make it feel like the N B a Finals. Alas, they're not doing it. Either way, though, it's still a championship and the Lakers are one step closer. For the NFL world. Corona viruses right now. Throwing a lot of things into An uncomfortable situation or an unknown situation, I suppose, because of the Titans cannot gather this week to practice and their game against the Steelers is going to be postponed until at least Monday, perhaps Tuesday. As they try to withstand the early positive tests of the week from multiple players and staffers. And the NFL's handing down these huge penalties and fines for coaches. That do not have their masks on. And now the Raiders are in hot water because they were at an event, and apparently they did not wear their masks at all times, and they were interacting with the crowd. No. In Nevada, the Raiders We're getting together for Darren Waller's foundation and Darren Waller is their tight end who dealt with massive addiction. Sobriety issues. Both drugs and alcohol is now clean. We've been clean for a year and a half or so maybe a little bit longer, which is awesome. Maybe two years and Become a really foundational part of of the team, and he has a foundation to help at risk youth overcome addiction, which is a great cause, And it's the type of thing that I would highlight. For a moment this Monday in honor of Little Mo. I've just taken a bad situation and making a positive out of it, and I love people like this. So I really admire Darren Waller for overcoming addiction, and he's three years sober now. And he's trying to do something for youth that are at risk of doing the same thing, but his Raiders teammates were at this event. And They took off their masks to meet with some fans that were there. And to take some pictures and with it, they got into some major trouble. And so now, Derek Carr is having to apologize, saying that he feels terrible about it. We addressed it. We talked with Coach We were down there to support our teammate. But we're sorry we made a mistake. And You know that they now have to kind of own that, innit? Unfortunately kind of overwhelms a positive situation by making that the news. Jon Gruden was also fined $100,000 earlier in September for not wearing his mask properly on the sideline. And the Raiders refined a quarter of a million dollars and are being investigated by the NFL for allowing an unauthorized team employees in the locker room after the game, the Monday night or against the Saints. Now think about that find a quarter of a million dollars. For somebody unauthorized just be in the locker room. But this is the seriousness of the NFL right now. The NFL's issued strong warnings to coaches were not wearing their masks properly on the sideline with suspensions and or a forfeiture of draft picks as well. Jon Gruden said. We understand it's terrible. We've addressed this within our team get Derek Carr's apologizing, saying It's a terrible moment for us. And I wonder about Derek Carr in this way. Apparently, it was a moment where See what they had been aware their masks and then they wanted to take pictures with people and they dropped their masks and they took their masks off. And so it was a bad moment and they should have been more on point. Car was there. Nathan Peterman. Peter Man was there. Jason Witten was there. Sarah carriers, a Jones, hunter, Renfroe and a couple of other guys. And.

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"doug glanville" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:57 min | 4 months ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on WEEI

"As we come off MLB opening night and another 14 games today on this Friday, it's Andrew bogus sit at home and has met Jersey Me sitting here my Giancarlo Stanton shirt role in Vogue brawl in baseball's back, and it felt good to be back. Who better to talk to recap opening night. Look ahead to what should be a wild season with all new sorts of rules and playoff expansion, then long time baseball veteran baseball analyst now Catch him on the athletic Katamon ESPN catch him all over the place. He's Doug Glanville. And you follow him on Twitter at Doug Glanville. Doug. Good morning. Happy opening day to you. Uh, good morning. Happy opening on week. Really? For weekend. It is a whole weekend here. This is more as we got bogus with us as well. Well, let me just start here, Doug. First impressions. I mean, obviously, you're somebody who's played implant and plenty of packed houses packed crowds. First impressions of baseball without fans, the game and the Christmas played after that long a lay off with the lack of really spring strange this summer camp, did it look and feel like baseball to you. I think it then. You know, I enjoyed the competition. You know the games where you had some moments there tight. And, you know, certainly just seeing it out. There just creates the energy and the expectation. You always have a baseball fan as the spring rolls around. So now as we get to the Summer analysis push of the 60 games sprints, so you know they tried to pipe in the crowd noise to come up with other other ways. T make the fan experience. Pop a little bit more, but it's just It's nice to see you know, sports and nice to see baseball out there. Doug, If you put yourself back on the field back into the game, What do you think the weirdest part of this would be for you? The empty seats thie empty sounds in the stadium or maybe something else that would that would spook even more than those couple things. But I think it's a lot to do it trying to be safe. You know the health and safety whether it's a massacre to the distance, a za career in professional baseball. Just like anyone else who's playing sports college wherever you know that camaraderie and you know that intimacy of being on the team and traveling together and all the ways you connect, you know, the high five is everything. So that's that would be different. That would be extremely different because players so habitual right with these habits, and we put tons of sunflower seeds in your mouth and you know it's just things that you do and you try to Make that create comfort for you over the long haul of the season. Where really you're out of control of most things, right? You had a perfect line drive short stops there. Your pocket schedule tells you exactly where to be. And so the empowerment of being ableto Express yourself freely is highly limited..

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"doug glanville" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:49 min | 5 months ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I got two hits in the second serious off the bench second game and I'm sitting on 9 98 with the Philadelphia Phillies. Try to get 1000 hits. And that morning I woke up on the car. Pavano was on the hill. He was pitching for the Marlins. And I do that day that there was no way hope of Otto is going to get me out. My mom. My father is dying in Jersey. I was in the zone. I don't tough, you know, season and although I was hitting 2 48 or whatever I was hitting, and every analytics and math would have told me that I don't know. Maybe I'll go one for four because that's what the numbers told me. That's what the numbers would say. That was at the match ups said everything but but that day I was going to get those 1000 hits. That's what I believe. That's what I felt and I went three for my 1st 3 End of the season with 1001 hits, and my father passed away that day at 7:15 p.m. Right after the game, and I buried him with that ball, so you can never quantify everything, and I think the analytics world Tries to their answer may be in a lot of circumstance. Well, if we have enough data, we could even measure that and I think that's uh you know, that's sort of a messed up about what you're missing, so We don't know. And I look, I'm an engineer, So I appreciate it and I and as an outfielder, I appreciate that They're trying to find value in defense, so there's a lot of benefit here. But we have to strike that balance, and it's always been part of the game. We've always looked at numbers and all that. But this is different. It's a driver as you said, and they've got to make sure they're responsible and how they're driving it because you have to have a soul to this game. I didn't I'll tell you, right? I didn't know I was idiot goose bumps during this interview, but I just did. That's an unbelievable story. Dad. That's a That's amazing. Wow, amazing! Another. Informative and intelligent conversation from the intelligent and informative Doug Glanville. We could talk to you all day long. We're going to let you get to your weekend. Hopefully, we could talk to you soon rather than later, But we'll read your stuff. But the undefeated I really like the last thing you wrote. And we'll check out the podcast is well And when baseball does come back, I can't wait to see and hear you on ESPN. Thanks again. Yeah, I wasn't always a pleasure. Any time. I think it does appreciate. Ah, it's ah, like talking to that guy. Feel smarter when I'm done with a conversation with Dogville just Another enlightening, informative story before The human beings can do a lot of stuff, Man, do a lot of bad stuff. We do a lot of good stuff, but when we put our minds to it, we could accomplish some amazing amazing things. And that was an amazing accomplishment. But Doug Glanville Um Rod broke stomped over candy are these sports leader Knbr.

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"doug glanville" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Pitchers place stellar defense tonight for a whole brands and the celebration is on of the infield right now for the rays as they come into the Coliseum here in Oakland and the sub do the ETS by a score of five to one and they have won the wild card game and are on their way to a division series to take on the Houston Astros. she's getting four home runs you heard from Dan Shulman whether call here on ESPN radio alongside Chris singleton. pitching though was the story Charlie Morton for Tampa Bay five innings gave up a run for strikeouts first player in baseball postseason history with three wins in winner take all games and their shaman have four Oakland two plus innings four earned runs he allowed a career high three home runs and the rays could recover from that raise going to be the ETS five to one they advanced to play face the Astros Gandhi DS three for four with the two solo home runs his manager Kevin cash. he did I don't know if we expected that type of performance but I said to buster I think in the third inning he's he's made us look a lot smarter than what we really are bye bye get them back in the lineup and knew that you know he was a presence especially if left in a pitching got us off the. really good start with a home run this crowd the stadium was I mean impressive to to be able to get a lead and somewhat calm and I don't know that totally called it but young he was a big part of that we got work we're fortunate we have really smart people that that can evaluate talent and I agree with you we we we've kind of prided ourselves this organization for many years on on maybe finding the players that are falling through the cracks a little bit and we've got a handful of my on the roster right now that our main pieces to what we're trying to accomplish Tana credit goes to the front office for recognize and it's easy to to turn away on a guy a young player that doesn't that doesn't come out of the gate on fire but does some special things under the surface and I think we've got a bunch of those guys that do that yeah I. D. D. as ten player in postseason history with a multi home run game in a winner take all game raise advance for the fifth time in franchise history to the A. L. D. S. five times in their twenty two seasons there are three in one all time a winner take all games. the third team in baseball postseason history to hit four home runs. in a winner take all game ESPN analyst mark to Sharon Tim Khorchin well this is a game that the ETS had to get the lead early because we knew how dominant Tampa bay's pitching could be and we expected with the crowd and we expected with human diet being so good for no in five September starts we thought the ace could get that lead but it never happened and here's how dominant that pitching was the ETS when one for sixteen with runners on base over four with men in scoring position twelve strikeouts in the game and the only run they scored was on the three base error and a sacrifice fly dad's dominant Tampa. Renee jumped out early as far as the sticks were concerned and never looked back ESPN analyst Doug Glanville what the count of the strategy of Sharman die out of the Oakland days is a left handed pitcher that tries to elevate get the little bit of the chase and expand the zone up and then he tries to use a soft.

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"doug glanville" Discussed on Sports Wars

Sports Wars

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on Sports Wars

"Base. Every time I was at first base he was always talk baseball and you just felt like he felt like this kind of old home baseball kid that was kind of an audit enjoying the moment and friendly about the game but kind of quiet about it and and but yet what is so great about baseball are a lot of sports this collision or really liz connectivity between different types of players who are the Rah Rah guy right right and the quiet quiet leaders in the company man whatever they all come together and when they do it and challenge baseball's history it's very it's noteworthy and the fact that they got along so well. made it even more poignant. I thought you know I can speak more to McGuire than Sammy just because as I said spent more than a month following Mark Maguire around that year as a chase that record and broke that record and set his own record and I think a lot of people miss understood him you know he he was very troubled. By the fact that he was a sideshow he what he wanted to be the teammate and it was the people that the entourage the all the different people that would show up all of the the media folks folks who showed up and followed him around and one at a piece of them that was the part that was wearing on them and so it's true he didn't didn't make himself available to talk every day but that was because he felt like he should only speak when there was something to speak about and I think people who just kind of parachuted in for a few days and wanted a piece of them they. They didn't quite get that part as somebody who's running for weeks. I think I gained an appreciation for what he was. All about his team was not very good that year and so there was nothing to really care about or pay attention to to the outside world except him him and that's not the life that he wanted it. He didn't WanNa be that guy and so that became a real subplot for me that I became very conscious and respectful of was there anything that brought Mark Maguire joy along the way obviously doesn't want to be a sideshow. Obviously he wants his team to win and to be a great teammate what what brings him happiness if anything during this time when he is in that fishbowl all he had he he actually had a great time okay you know last year was the twentieth anniversary and I think I'm the only member of the national media that he talked to about it and you know one one of the things that he told me was he had a great time. Great things happened. It was incredible to him who showed up on their forget this day. One day we looked up. Bruce springsteen was hanging around the battery cage and he mark said even last year. He said the boss was there. You you know it was it was incredible even to him who stopped by Barbara Walters was there one day and MTV was there. You never never knew at any given day. Who was GONNA be there because this was not just a baseball story. This was a story where it you the this was a story that everybody understood whether you're a baseball fan or not as I said as many times the little old ladies walking down Main Street understood what that number sixty one minute what sixty men those were the greatest numbers in any any sport they had a romance way beyond baseball and so the the entire event had a meaning and not just within baseball but within the American culture and again I have had a real appreciation for the fact that Mark Mark McGuire understood that he understood what the record meant to the mayor's family for instance how well he treated them how respectfully he treated them. how respectful he tried to be of Roger Marris he had he had an incredible awareness of what this was that again. I don't think people recognized that time. How enormous is that. There are two players doing this at the same time and it's not just mark McGuire will-he-won`t-he today it's the fact that he has a counterpoint or at times counterpoint with Ken Griffey Junior. How much does story drive the the interest in everything you know. That's a great question because for much of that season this was the Mark Maguire story right right. He he was the guy on pace to break this record and he was the guy who had so many of those eyeballs on him then the thing that happened was Sammy didn't go away. He just kept hanging in there right behind right right behind right behind and then that they showed up on the same field on that famous Labor Day weekend series in writing win as sexy the single season home run was about to hit sixty and sixty one and sixty two and there was sammy me right there to run and hug him on his way around the basis crazy and then from that point on it you know they were neck neck and neck throughout September but it always felt like to me covering the story that ultimately Mark Maguire was going to win the home run race ace he was going to set that record and in what made it so much fun was that he had sammy to push.

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"doug glanville" Discussed on Sports Wars

Sports Wars

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on Sports Wars

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"doug glanville" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Point. Is that the cardinals the nationals have been on fire. They both look like really good teams and i <hes> and i don't feel like watching this. This pennant race kind of settle itself has felt like seeing loser teams rise to the top but actually good teams rise to the top and and i i feel good about both those teams yeah. I feel pretty good about september in general. I'm kind of glad we got over. The august. Hump august is sort of a tough time to write about baseball as paul. I guess i haven't even been doing it all that much lately because it's tough to find storylines in august i find that's kind of the time when we know what certain storylines this is our are but we're not quite up to the final finish where everything gets really exciting ideally so now we're a month away from the playoffs and that's pretty exciting. 'cause i'm looking forward to some of these playoff matchups in there's still some good races left and i don't know if there's anything else that is fascinating me but we do have a bunch of prospects that just just came up because forty man rosters are here for the final time which is going to bring up because doug glanville wrote about this for the athletic and i think we talked about it probably when it was announced that this would be the final year for forty man rosters and after this it will be going to twenty-eight men for all future years and i think that's is good in general i think doug concludes that it's good probably to just because we're in this era where teams really like specialists and making strategic chick decisions and using tons and tons of players and it can just get kind of unwieldy september baseball can get long and slow and sort of silly and you have the mismatches between winter teams which of course any team can call up as many people as it wants but some teams have more depth than others and i guess you could say it's a reward for having a bunch of almost good enough players that can come up in september but it's not how you play most of the season. It's not how you play october. So i don't really mourn the end of expanded rosters but as doug pointed out the nice thing about it is that lots guys get to make their debuts and some of them are very talented and would have anyway i i mean gavin luxe came up of course and that's partly because of max munchies restructure so that probably would have happened anyway but you get to see a lot of guys who come up a little bit earlier than they would have or they're lifers who've been hanging on forever and they just get their cup of coffee and they can say they made it and doug pointed out. It's a victory for those players players of course and for their friends and families but also for the organization as a whole because everyone who makes a major league debut had some scout sign him and someone and pushed draft him and coaches develop him along the way and when that person makes it to the majors they all feel like they made it to the majors a little bit so that's the thing that i think we will miss and that sort of sad about expanded roster's going. I'm sure that there is a paper trail of me. Contradicting what i'm about to say but i never minded the big big crazy forty man roster. I like the weird september baseball and the fact that that's not how we play the rest of the season never really bothered me because it is how he plays number number..

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"doug glanville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"ESPN radio I'm Doug brown the Yankees know how to deal with injuries this season today though they get one of their regulars back catcher Gary Sanchez comes off the injured list he was out two and a half weeks with a growing strain the Yankees meet the blue jays in Toronto jays outfielder lotus Corey L. junior goes on the list for the left wide screen the hottest team in the National League is the Mets they've won seven straight and fourteen out of fifteen and they're only a half game out of a wild card spot ESPN's Doug Glanville for the Dodgers they play the cubs the Manson games after the about top game but seven nice rotation of starting with the sort of strong and they played it's up for a while so the question whether a full pension hold on and how they're going to fail outside of the division I'm inside against the top teams like the Phillies and if the frame from have a tall order the Mets host the nationals tonight here on ESPN radio in the ESPN app we've got the Phillies and giants starting at three thirty eastern the lions signed veteran quarterback Josh Johnson he'll try and win the backup job beyond Matthew Stafford Johnson started three games for the Redskins last year the Seahawks at a quarterback to with Gino Smith out for a week or more Seattle signs JT Barrett team USA basketball cuts Thaddeus young and bam auto bio Derek white and Marvin Bagley were added to the roster which now sits at seventeen players the team will be cut to twelve players in time for the World Cup in China that tournament tips off on September first Monday less than twenty five days until the NFL regular season kicks off until then job always room she some more all on actually increasing plus which rookie quarterback would you want on your team and of course who was on the weekend Golden window Monday sixties means the radio is it's G. L. on ESPN radio ESPN Appan Sirius XM channel eighty three Salter for.

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"doug glanville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Aaron judge back from injury. Leading off for the Yankees went over. Four couple of strikeout. Still the Yankees previews before one that has seven straight wins for the Yanks. Dallas Kyko making his debut for Atlanta turned out. He was the losing pitcher after five extent when she gave up three runs, four three Washington, overland ESPN baseball analyst, Doug Glanville assessing titles effort the road. I mean was good when he was down misses him down consistently of great movement down the ball, sort of sinks away. Dives and changes when he's up at ball. Flattens out here. Eighty miles an hour, you're not gonna get away with it. That's the SPN baseball analyst Doug Granville at the college World Series. Michigan Texas Tech fifteen to three while Vanderbilt got to in the ninth and knocked off global three to, it'll be the Commodores, and wolverines for the first time since sixty two by the way in the final meeting for the national championship. It's the best three series starting in Omaha. Monday night on ESPN. The jersey devil, select Jack us in eighteen year old center from Orlando with the first overall pick in the NHL draft Friday night is the eight American board player to go. Number one in history. Dallas street here in Cromwell, Connecticut. Jack Suker as a one shot lead after two rounds of the travelers can't be chip on the PGA tour. But Saint Louis cardinals..

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"doug glanville" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Leading off for the Yankees went over four couple of strikeouts. Still the Yankees views before one, that is seven straight wins for the Yanks. Dallas Kyko make his debut for Atlanta turned out. He was the losing pitcher after five minutes stint when she gave up three runs, four three Washington over overland ESPN baseball analyst, Doug Glanville assessing titles effort other road. I mean was good. When he was down misses him ships, down, consistently great Wildman down the ball, sort of thing for way dives and change the speed. When he's up that ball flattens out, or eighty miles an hour, you're not gonna get away with it. ESPN baseball analyst, Doug Glanville at the college World Series Michigan over Texas Tech fifteen to three while Vanderbilt got to in the ninth and knocked off level to, it'll be the Commodores and wool Burris for the first time since sixty two by the way in the final meeting for the national championship at the best three series starting in Omaha. Monday night on ESPN. The jersey devil select yeqs at eighteen year old center from Orlando with the first overall pick in the NHL draft. Friday night is the eight American born player. Go number one in NHL history, down the street here in Cromwell, Connecticut. Jack Suker has a one shot lead after two rounds of the travelers can't be chip on the PGA tour. Saint Louis cardinals have the Los Angeles angels..

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"doug glanville" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Just a couple of years ago. And that's something that all the locals and talk to here it is constantly on their minds and then up with one man in his family in town nearby. And that's what they said they said that flooded during Harvey they did not want to take that chance again to actually rented a you all and we're packing up their entire home. We've been we leave this behind and we fled again. Like, we didn't Harvey everything is going to be gone. Maggie rulli. Friends would Texas it may or may not be a legal under international law. But North Korea's test firing of a short range missile is not helping diplomacy. That's the word from South Korea's president making in Seoul, moon Jae in through translator says from. Do not miss violation of the into Korean military agreement. I would like to walnut creek if it repeats such actions. It could make own going Tokes negotiations difficult north fire to projectiles. Thursday, one of which travelled some two hundred sixty miles previous round of missile launches took place last weekend. Tom rivers ABC news foreign desk, Chicago Cubs banning fan from attending games at Wrigley field. Three flashed a white power hand gesture behind the black sports reporter when he was on the air comes vice president of communications Julian green says the team is working to identify the fan. Once that person is identified we will be following up in letting they will no longer. Be welcome at Wrigley field as analysts Doug Glanville. Was speaking the fan wearing a shirt flash. The okay hand gesture often associated with the white supremacist moving. The Cup said of the man tries to win the game. Again, he'll be subject to prosecution for criminal trespass. It's ten of three now. News ninety six point five. WDBO? Safetouch secure. Parity home of the verified response.

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Chicago Cubs ban the fan who flashed a racist gesture behind reporter Doug Glanville

WBBM Evening News

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Chicago Cubs ban the fan who flashed a racist gesture behind reporter Doug Glanville

"M executives with cubs say they have identified the person who made a gesture associated with white supremacy behind the black analyst during a televised. Reported last night's cubs game and that fan will never set foot inside Wrigley field again of Dabibi M's. Jim good us with the latest subs. President of business operations crane. Kenny told the Bernstein and McKnight show on our sister station. The score the team won't tolerate any racist behavior as for whether the intent of the gesture might have been misinterpreted who incidences is not is not gonna fly here. The reporter Douglasville of NBC sports. Chicago tells the score he's pleased with the cubs decision to investigate the incident before taking action. Look we have to investigate and understand exactly the extent of things before we jump to conclusions. Landfill says he applauds both the quick response of the cubs and NBC sports Chicago as well as their desire to maintain an inclusive environment at Wrigley

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 Cubs investigating fan's 'offensive' hand gesture

Steve Cochran

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Cubs investigating fan's 'offensive' hand gesture

"The Chicago com say they're investigating a fan using what appeared to be an offensive hand gesture associated with racism behind a black television. Reporter who was on the air. The reporter was Doug Glanville from NBC sports, Chicago because it occurred during last night's game between the Marlins and the cubs at Wrigley field a white fan made the gesture behind Glanville while he was on the air Cup say such ignorant and repulsive behavior will not be tolerated at Wrigley. The fan could be permanently banned from the ballpark if he's a

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"doug glanville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Jacob degrom Cole hamels who's been red hot pitches for tocado Doug Glanville is one of my partners. At NBC sports Chicago on our pre and post game coverage you also does in. Game stuff and former, cub, Philly, ranger back to the cubs he. Joins. Us now hey Doug how're you don't get up Well I guess thought about exact footsteps thirty Rangers cubs and Phillies so common you. Do have that in common so let's talk about. Last night and your thoughts the offense went up against pretty good challenge in Noah Syndergaard and while. The Mets may not be a great team offense Daniel Murphy is arrived the approach. Looks different are you. Seeing, anything, that jumps out to you Stability you know I see the fact, that Daniel Murphy, is anchored, that lead opposition that is provided some power some discipline some ability to spray the ball around the field and what it's allowed the, cubs to have is a little bit more stable consisted light up at least the top? Of, the order so one-two-three has been, Murphy bias at Rizzo has all three. Of them have absolutely thrives Murphy. As a rod and it clearly you know rizzo's. Comfortable with that getting the home runs driving and run. And that that walk with the possibly of Brian Kelly back of, course too quickly as. Really changed the complexity. Of that office has that rubbed off on others It does I mean I just think of sometimes the guy comes in and outside of their, skill set that, what they, can bring to add up CRT is also what they could, see as an outsider you know he was at Washington they had a, lot of struggles that all of a sudden the revitalization it happens with a call hobbles What they could out. Of sort, of a neutral adviser. At neutral opinion that comes from the other dugout now he's like I know what you guys can do And sometimes that elevates you because you just have, that outside, perspective and there's no question they've all responded what about your thoughts on. What we saw from John Lester last night because the I. Two innings thinking oh boy he is squatting like, you stole something and he just doesn't look good and then all of a sudden it's like out of nowhere he locked in was good pitching. Catching the line, dry picking a guy off and hitting I think you have to point to these type of outings. Is what makes a player great that'd be that is the. Separator anybody could go out there and say oh, I have great stuff hitting perfect spots Yeah I mean anybody could play well, when, they're out there best all the time It's the players that whether, a seventy percent could still find a way to keep their team in the game bounce back and make some sort of a judgment it gave that'd be able to. Pull out the pull out the winter certainly give. Their t., what's heads to with that's really what separates good. Players from great. Players and he, he's one of those guys for first of all postseason tested proven it does well but disability that have really not a lot of stuff is location was poor early on and found that change up kind of abandoned the curve ball for the most part of 'til later what he started to have the balance, that, was a sign of great adjustments, talking to Doug Glanville from NBC sports Chicago Doug when they go to work tonight the cubs and they're going. To have to face degrom and they can look up. At the scoreboard and goal the brewers are doing. This and cardinals are doing that? I. Know there's thirty two. Games or whatever left do you. As a player. Goal. Okay it's, go time now it's not a any longer marathon it's a sprint Or you still take one time approach but you have to lock it especially now because you know September gonna roll around teams or whether they expand roster is. All these things are going to change and there's. Gonna be, a lot of new faces of whether your face. Young pitcher you've. Never seen before, all these things play into it but the cubs are trying to get their stride as he set the sprint they first of all this lineup that they've run out there and certainly the top three slots of the save the last six seven game really will be that marker at anchor that they're putting out, there, to score these runs because if, you if you don't get that confidence and find out who's gonna the forces starter and all these different answers. That you're you're not gonna get it by having a. Revolving door just sort of seeing what's happening because. You don't feel like you're in? Any. Jeopardy of losing your. Visit title so they're they're locking. It right now You know it's interesting Doug to watch how this team. Has gone from one home run a game for five straight games they get Daniel Murphy it becomes contagious the offense looks better to starting pitching though has really carry them but my question to you is I asked. Jesse this. Earlier it's a two one game that I go on to the top of the night the cubs are up who's Johann in the, ball to to close because last night's Pedro stroke was, none too pleased to be removed well I mean Strope is you know I don't even know if you wanna. Call it, closer I think last night He's a, nice guy there's a. Difference that is so big a closer is here's the ball. In until you you know you absolutely blow this we're going to kind of you. Know keep it in your hand and Joe Biden generally shuns all these constructs anyway to say like hey this is the backed up. And, he thought, he saw, that stroke, didn't have his best stuff spitting slaughter the ball up. A wave of avenue So he made, a move but from a, role playing standpoint, that does change 'obediently what you see stroke to be because he's not going to even what he has not as best stuff a lot. Of times we have a closer you kinda stay with it. But so now it's become more of a committee situation that is the weakest the cubs have I think stroke. Can do job but. It's different when you have borough or, maryetta Rivera someone that you just say here's the. Ball what, they I want to. Underscore is this in the, postseason there's, a lot more days off. Compared to the regular season breaks between series you have breaks between, going, Hobart road all these different things that's why you have a huge, increase in the frequency by. Which you can have your closer at the gate You can't put Rivera out there four days, the rower borrow four days, in a row, but the postseason you can't have been four games a row because there's a day off in there that's where the closer can really have. An elevated role and I think that's why the cubs probably. Stop consorted department who should be the cubs be more concerned with the Saint Louis cardinals or the Milwaukee Bursch You have to look at the cardinals because as you guys get healthy their, their pitchers and basis of responded to the teams yeah we're waiting for. The okay this is, a great run that's cool but what is it you know but what. About carpenters definitely the MVP conversation they're scary because the brewers somebody you know they've been, decimated really torn apart by a lot of their injuries rotated there's a lot of question marks on. That side of the ball and the cops even if. They get the rotation solidified which you'll have of LeicesteR Hendricks if Carlos are started they'll be able to show signs that they could match up pretty well I'd. Say the cardinals before we let, you go, you and I were talking last night with David we were going through. All the closers in baseball who could be available you see them doing anything because, Brandon moral says he's gonna try and come back but there's no guarantee. That the first time, he gets out there goes up my arms killing me man I'm done Is there anything they could do well we looked at we looked at every team for, the closer, to. Shut up To see if there's somebody else In the, rough kind of thing you know there's not a lot out there because what is that are locked. In there already on contending team we looked at, like? The pirates of the red right so Iglesias or something like that What is. It gonna cost, so Addison in the division, which are always trickier trade so. You know that's where I'd look at me the pirates of the. Red Sea but, have a couple of guys that's possibly but will they let them go other than that I think it's just. Like go get him maybe Sean. Doolittle maybe if you. Could get. Washington seems to be blowing themselves, up there's, no doubt but there's there's not a lot of whoever it is going to be really expensive man. And appreciate the time and I'll see you at, TV? Have a great day all right Thanks but there you go it's Doug. Glanville the former, cub ranger Philly back to the cubs we'll take a quick time, out you're going out crosstalk with Waddle and, Silvy next Rick Sutcliffe loves talking. To Waddle and, Silvy the cardinals were going, to be a handful I think. We're fortunate there's only three days left at the end of the. Year but those, might.

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"doug glanville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Zaven okay we love doug glanville all right and doug's doing his job he did a ninety second report down in the dugout between engine he did a terrific job and he gave all the facts the facts such as great great base running great leadership all irresistible fats a great job by doug lampe he flat out can't play anymore he's playing now twenty three men let me tell you something fellas so here's here's what's left on jason hayward's contract all right this year right now don you're twenty million dollars this year that's your twenty million next year after twenty one million then twenty one million then twenty two million than twenty three million dollars like somebody jesse's gonna make from these boys waits thirty three through twenty twenty three he cared play but that's okay it's a sunk cost yeah here's what does gordon do garden center fielder for seattle was available and i watched him play centerfield yesterday he's not very good but you know what he's a leadoff base and he makes twelve million a year for three years they gave up three aa and a minor prospects and that's twelve million a year.

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"doug glanville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Three seen hin like stairway down hair the dugout i thought he was staring at the dugout after he stole sack what's he mad about if john lester maybe look foolish when he stole second but then john lester one i thought the staredown was like take that more of no i'd say on me again that's right i think that's valid but i think that in the past my interpretation of some of the stare downs has been you know your violate who i mean we had doug glanville on a couple of years ago when he said it was fine elation of the unwritten rules of baseball to run on john lester that's crazy we resisted that elation of the unwritten rules is there really is you don't i think there are a lot karma i think there are a lot of people that you had a former major player she didn't want him to feel bad about himself would he used to get mad about that stuff to punted on him like they don't like getting bunted on for whatever reason john masters in my unlike your go he's one of my all time favorite chicago athletes because what he did here but i think it's silly when he gets mad at trying to steal jake arrieta is from me jason that pitcher too i'm glad you start yet to not yet and by the time he does make his start they'll have a new it'll be obsolete listen the guys like karm studies loves the numbers he's one of them sabermetrics you know he's great at it he forgets to do the easy things don't.

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"doug glanville" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"doug glanville" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"Writing by guys like doug glanville some of those people tim table that are gonna brute against you as you pursue your dream our our guys not you compete with the minorleague level but sometimes teammates who want that spot or what the next promotion for you is a guy that came in needless to say with a giant spotlight on you as you became a part of that mets minor league system you took somebody spot you're competing with these guys is there a moment you look back at you can describe from us when you felt like you earned the respect of your teammates in that clubhouse you know hopefully it every day hopefully if every day with uh trying to be one of the first guys there though i believe him um you know wang and many time so i had bloody and then just trying to put in the work and um and then also not putting in the work that trying to be a good game they being there for the a guy helping them um because you every day you're competing put off there you wanna be a great teammate at the port the guy and bring fire and passion every single day but also their encourage her to everybody else out there and on the that out that try to bring that table know have been in baseball for a long time but i've been a sport for really long time if you've got to try to bring the knowledge of of you know different situation there encourage guy yeah along the way that you know okay you got maybe you gave up a couple of rounds if not the end of a world view that you and if you're in the heavy and encourage to downgrade guy well talking to tim people here on cbs sports radio tim i'm i'm really glad you're here because we've we've talked about this i've talked about this on the show a lot lately whether it's in the context of of colin kaepernick or ezekiel elliott or lebron james or tom brady just the the scrutiny and the advantages and disadvantages at that.

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