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"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.
"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.
"doug glanville" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Kepler still walking up and it's gone straight away Center for Correa, the Astros leader to the watch. Maybe Emmie 7 90 a m on the call there and Ah, yeah, Brother. You can't really blame that on the cheating scandal. Houston goes on to win 31. And when Carlos was asked about the celebration, postgame he was here to let show know that he was just Basking in the hate. It wasn't a special celebration this time. You know, I know people are mad. I know people don't want to see us here. But what we're gonna say now we're solid team with a great baseball. We want a series on the road in Minnesota, so they're going to say no. I'm not entirely sure, but as evidenced by the hate that is still throwing your way. Doug Glanville believes that this is not going away as far as the dynamic anytime soon sign stealing scandal is something that's going to stick with them. I mean, you look 1919 you know the black socks, but that's still there Hundreds even after field of dreams, and he felt good about it. People so mad, So you know, I think it's people know they're a great, talented team. That's what's sad about the whole situation because they ended up kind of throwing that away. It's like a player who played clean their whole career and then took steroids after 35 had five great years and then So, Yeah, Maybe you were legit at a certain point, but nobody will know it tainted not only themselves, but the entire sport. That's just not going to go away by. You know, a three game series and the Twins and a wild card game. It's thought and Even if they went it all you know it's not going to change anything in that regard. On the other side of this. When are the twins, who have now caught 18 straight postseason L's and continue to hold the crown for the longest streak by any team in Major League baseball, the N ba the NFL or NHL history. I can. Neela, That makes me feel good. And I claim Atlanta teams. Speaking of coming up on SportsCenter all night, we'll get into a walkoff win from the Braves that honestly I have mixed emotions about there were 37 strikeouts between the two teams that's coming up on the other side..
"doug glanville" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Did a great job of that tonight, guys, just up and down the batting order. Just really good at that made a really top on a great great pitcher, and they were able to tuck continued at all. Which is important in these games, especially when you're playing every day. And then there was, you know. Garrett Cole, third time in his career. He's had at least a dozen strikeouts in a playoff game. Shane Bieber, meanwhile, on the other side, four and two thirds gave up seven earned runs in his shortest start of the season. Tying his career high for earned runs, No seizes. It was not the first start that we wanted to get out with and me personally as well. But we got two more games. And if he's gonna go out there and do this thing tomorrow and also get the ball back, soonest possible. I wasn't being aggressive enough with my good off speed stuff in the zone, and that allowed them to refine their approach. Finally off your balls down and and try and find something in his own space, And that's what they did. Indians a season high 12 runs allowed Shane Bieber, the third pitcher to allow seven earned runs. In a playoff game after leading Major League Baseball in E. R. A that season. Cleveland Center manager Sandy Alamar. Seems to me that it was suicide first full season game. Usually fast, old faithful will keep coming back to his own a little bit elevated the woman just so you know, they alienated and look that separation 19 pitches are breaking ball wasn't between slide and Kirby have his command and got it back in a second and navigate to foreign teams, but spreadable want ultra ball? They're seeing pretty good at it. And with that shame, Bieber struggling in this one in Game one of the Yankees. As a result, take it by 12 to 3 counts chain Bieber. Founded in this one, giving up the seven and runs the 12 total for the team type of the third most they've ever allowed in a playoff game. ESPN analyst Doug Glanville took Bieber out of his plan, because when you think about his strength, it's all about the curveball. He has an electric curveball that he gets the chief. He could throw it way out of his own and bounce it and hitters chase it, so they were able to find ways to take him away from it. So that's something that a lot.
"doug glanville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Thanks so much for your time. They heard great cops enough. It's been a minute It has been. How are you and your family during all this woman 12 10 84 year old so home schooling. Is something that I tried to fire myself from many different times. Successfully. You the down Cooper of home schooling. You just You just get you up in there and get you. It's your job, So you just going to be in firmly entrenched that job for a long time. Looks like I want to get your thoughts about leadership. I mentioned this earlier. Doctor. It is so important for all these sports. If you're a commissioner, to be able to lead and be able to talk and explain, I think the N ba Has been a really good job of trying to talk through this cove it 19 and what the plans are and put the plans in place. How would you assess the leadership from Rob Manfred? Through this? But the important point and there's no doubt the country really, the world is looking and paying attention and, quite frankly, learning from it. There's on experimental components of this and I think because of what happened with the Marlins and the outbreak, there's a lot of concern about that communication and Uh, you know, certainly we're not in control. Moby is not in control of this. And because it took so long in terms of the tensions between MLB and the Players Association to kind of get the deal done. You always worry that that sort of fractured relationship would impact once you do come together and start the season that will reflect that. You know, you're not always on the same page. And this is the time you absolutely have to be locked up. Because of what's at stake, you know, with respect to health and safety, So I think they're trying, Teo at least share what their findings are so that we all can benefit. I just meant, you know, school. Even as a parent you're looking saying, Well, do I send my kids to school? And you know the league's gonna help inform us Because they're testing every other day, and they have the resources. The tools, the influence the platform to be able to get good data and also, maybe find a way to play some baseball here so So I do think they're doing what they can, but you know, they have to continue to unite more with respect to the Players Association and the league itself. Going to follow up on that reason why that this issue is bugging me is because I felt like for about 20 hours almost a day that don Mattingly was the commissioner of baseball. And that's that should not be the case. Doug. It was done. It had to talk about what's going on, as far as the Marlins and the outbreak and sure you have to be able to gather information, But I just need the commissioner to be there, whether it is through social media or through the office. You being someone that's available to me. We'll talk to the press The resume call whatever. About this because that was a mess on Sunday. I mean, it's bad, but it could be even been worse But Wass and you got the sense that the communication was came down on the Marlins saying, OK, well, kind of got together and said All right, well. We can we can play. You know, they threw their protocols. They were kind of given that position. But there's no question you can't do this alone. You know you can't do it alone. And I know Major League Baseball tends to Try to just said collect information of bill over 30 teams in different jurisdictions, Different states. You're not in a bubble. You're not in that environment. So you have a little difficult, more difficult. Timeto bring things together. So so quickly because you are in different circumstances on DH. That was a choice for a variety of reasons why, they said, Let's not do the bubble. You have many more. You know the personnel of the larger amounts of people involved. Isolation from your family through what is a full season, not the ending of the season, so there's a lot of elements, but You know, you hope that they'll continue to just off of this information to be more prepared and and more collected a sort of collective once they go through something else again. Doug Glanville, part of the Starkville podcast, as connected to the athletic, go to deflect dot com. Definitely download Starkville where we found your podcast. Look for that. Starkville with Jason Stark and Doug Landfill. He joins me Jonathan Hood right here on ESPN 1000 ESPN Chicago and I need to know your initial reaction. To that. Marlins outbreak Doug because it's one thing to be able to see individual cases of Corona virus, But we have an outbreak like that. That that was an eye opener. What stood out to you most about that? Absolutely the speed. I think the speed by which this was contagious. That was horrifying, You know, because So you realize that you know, in my Lehman science. My understanding is that this is a virus that has an incubation period from basically 32 weeks, three days, the 14 days And so even though you're testing consistently every other day, basically You know, if someone is transmitting something and you test that's what it means in the moment, But if it's incubating, you know you could be two weeks out. And so to see the speed by which they were flipping into positive when it could have taken two weeks was really alarming and as a player, former player just knowing that You're watching because it's a fraternal order amongst these players, and they pay attention on what they know what happens over there could happen to them. And they know these players, they might have been former teammates. And their families, So it's it's scary and, um and and you can't have the confidence to say, Well, I'm in, you know this state or that state and it's better or worse. Or we came in with intake tests of zero positive that could be meaningless because your exposure is a moving target. And we learned early on like you think about how this New York City was on fire in the beginning. And then everybody's like, keep the New Yorkers out. But then they flipped the script. And then it was the flirty and so you know, you just don't know and and you need a lot of humility. Toto walk through this And very judicious efforts to make sure that you're communicating. And as you said, being cohesive and standing together because There's no way you can try to take this on as a team individually. Doug, If you're facing with that question as a player, would you play Well, you know, I looked at this going into the season and I know it would have been a family decision. And you know, my wife and my kids and I would really looked at the circumstances, I think. I think I would have come down on playing. I do have a lot of faith and you know how they will Do their best efforts to make sure people are protected. I do think that's a genuine concern throughout the league. But but I was information comes in. I wouldn't be surprised if it gets overwhelming someone they may elect opt out even after the season has started, and they have that right, so everything's on the table right now. And, you know, I hope that they can contain this. You know, moving forward as long as they're putting health and safety first. What about what about young cool Doug Glanville that was being taught by Jimmy Piersall. But he put what you play Yahtzee. We've been clueless and he probably would.
"doug glanville" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"What you got coming up on the latest podcast. Yeah, we're we're kicking around. We have. We've had guests. We shifted into guest format once we kind of everybody went inside, and it's worked out really? Well, we brought a lot of managers. You know, Dusty Baker, Bob Costas, So it's been exciting, so we're kind of thinking through who are going to have this week. And most times we try to base it off of the sort of news Michael and see who's gonna rise up so sometimes I think Monday we'll find out but it's been exciting. We do you know a lot of we do trivia also when we get it wrong with this way of doing it. Doug Glanville. You could follow him on Twitter at Doug Glanville. If your guy basically like me in your early thirties, remember Doug well as the Philadelphia Phillies Doug, Thanks so much for joining the show this morning, man. We're looking forward to a good baseball season. A 60 games sprint. We had a blast watching last night. Today should be more fun. We'll hope to have you on again soon. All right? Absolutely. Thanks for having me on Take. Thanks, Doug. What you heard there, by the way, Great communication between me and Bo ge Sean, who? Just that's a little bit of a gap as I was going through the plug. That was a little ah little radio by the scenes there. Write about it picked up folks, right? Exactly exactly. We should just remind everybody a 1,000,000 times. We're not sitting next to each other while doing the show. You may wonder why there was hesitation after that land violence and yes, exactly. That's that's precisely what happened. My Barry, my friend. I'm sorry, but we're all handcuffed by go ahead. No one's going to say no, no finish finish for you to say. Here we go again. So my bowels Shawn, Shawn, because our bed again, Sean buzzes me. You know, I'm I'm good. You know what if you want, I see. I'm fine. You can rap when he's done answered when Doug is done entry, meaning I don't have another question, either. So we're good. And then Doug finishes and I see Sean looking at his phone, so I'm assuming he's now seeing my response, plus I've got. I've got two versions of Sean. One is like a live 11 is the stream feed today, so I'm not There's a time like difference thing going on, So I'm just going to say something, and I didn't want to talk because I didn't want to talk over you. Wrapping up which would have sounded even worse. Instead, we had silence for nothing. And Doug held strong. And then now we're done and reminder. We're in Bristol. Not at Nationals. Park last right. Excuse me, my bath. Real quickly and it's where I was going to. I was actually credit. Connor Green, our producer today. Connors did a great job. Doug Glanville's a great baseball guest. I love Doug Glanville. When I For some reason, Doug levels there's one of those guys. You know, late nineties and stuff like that, that I really just I liked watching playing baseball, so I was really excited that Doug on Connor did a great job booking him. I would have had no idea how to get Doug levels. Contact just shows how much better producer Connor Green in me. But Connor since this whole biography, bullet point things, so I wanted to make sure with the pod case and that sort of scrolling through, Okay. What can I make Sure I pop here for Doug Glanville, but has been a great guest. I want to make sure we get in what? We've got to get my totally mister. And so I just assumed you is one more And it caused that so that's your technical difficulties. That's our best stirs and at our Iran waiting right back, Rob. Speaking of difficulties, Boy that doctor felt she really knows how to flatten the curry. We want no with on a first pitch. Yeah, we poor doctor found she actually felt bad for a list. We will discuss Dr Fast. She's first pitch Plus, were stunned to a news. The show keeps rolling on this target demo Friday. When the corona virus struck your community. What if you.
"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.
"doug glanville" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Wife and the kids. Grandkids. All of them. Just hope they can find some pieces soon. As askew. Manly possible, So we're not hole on DH. We definitely have some Some heaviness in our hearts, but the two of us knuckleheads, right Brooks, Tom Tolbert. We soldier on Here on the sports leader. You were you were asking. Ah, what a show cause order was we're on. So the deal is if you hire somebody that has a show cause on him. Julie, You have to show the incidentally or prudence. See why you should go on probation. Hiring this guy. So with Jimbo Fisher getting it? I don't know that it means a whole lot of a lot because already has a job. But what? I have jobs while been a lot now it it doesn't mean anything. It doesn't mean a faint him. Let him go. Tomorrow is a school that hired him. Would have Tio proved the incident. Belay that. Here's why we're hiring him. We don't think we deserve being probation because we hire this guy that was involved in this, But I have no idea other than that. If it affects a and M other than this sanctions Ah, they've already received. I don't think it affects them whatsoever, or the $89 million a year Jimbo Fisher gets. And what was that? Like, 10 years, 75 mil. Yeah. Yeah, you like that? You want to talk about a school that is going to be hurting if there is no or little football this season. Is a and M and they obviously rely on filling up that stadium but also They rely on a lot of oil money, too, and the price of oil hasn't been all that great for them and financially if they could be in a world of hurt If we don't get a college football season, we'll get into that is the show rolls on, But we indeed have hooked up with Doug Glanville of ESPN and formerly Of outfields across this great land during his years with the Rangers, the Cubs and the Phillies. Doug is always we appreciate the time hope you and yours is doing well, Thank you for joining us. Thank you. It's great to be on appreciate it way. We're just talking a little while ago because I mentioned her in half past headlines that quote from Rob Manfred when he told Dan Patrick and I'll just read the quote in full because It's important to do so because it is so mind blowing when he said. The reality is that we weren't going to play more than 60 games, no matter how the negotiation with the players went or any other factor in quote. I had to read that several times. Make sure I was understanding exactly what he's saying, because I'm trying to figure out Well, why didn't you just say that to the players or did you just see an opportunity to pick a fight? And you said Litton and I'm seeing you, Rob Manfred, but he works for the owners. Let's go ahead and pick a fight with the players to see what we can see what we can get out of it. Yeah. I mean that. You know that type of contacts doesn't it doesn't look well, it doesn't look well, because when you look at how it played out, it did seem like there was a clear Agenda to be firm about how much money that the owners were willing TTO.
"doug glanville" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Mazer I ever interviewed in a major league baseball clubhouse was the great Doug Glanville really so it was in nineteen ninety seven I somehow I think I don't even know how how I pulled this off but some outside it no I I got was credentialed and then I ran into a one a guy by the name of Bruce Levine and there used to be this thing called the sports ticker and the sports ticker you know the ticker was of course an attacker was still the ticker you sat in the last row in the press box and you sat on a on an old school dial phone now to dial from a touch of touch button phone but it was you know from the phone I felt like it was from nineteen sixty two and you just sat there on the phone the whole day with somebody on the other end well I don't even know where this person was and you would just say ball strike ground out six three and then that and and you got paid fifty Bucks to do that and then the best part of that gig was that a you got a full credential like I was getting half credentials were you were allowed on the field but not in the club also got a full credential and you had to go get quotes after the games I mean I get a real reason to be in the clubhouse and do something so it was awesome and I think in one of those days I got down there and I was like well I don't really need to be doing this pregame stuff but this seems like fun and so then Doug Glanville who I really enjoyed was there and I'm like long **** yeah maybe I'll go to Doug Glanville and civil do an interview with me Hey Doug gives it's karma twenty three I don't really know what I'm doing here but when we do an interview yeah you won't do it right here and I'm like right here in the middle the clubhouse in front of everybody is in the center of their corner we go talk a little nervous or dog with a tape of an interview was probably legendary audio but he was such a nice guy dandy Jeremy dog you know yeah a few times yeah so he's he's been in the in the in the this is a guy who went to an Ivy League school it went up got to baseball the hard way got drafted out of college took him to about twenty seven to get to the big leagues and it had a self a very respectable career and now is doing it on TV but yet so it is always a thoughtful guy so here's what he's has to say about baseball and the times of today it takes eight minutes and twenty seconds for sunlight to reach in that time under its warm touch the world saw George Floyd go cold under the bended knee of justice and still granted the gift to bring trying not to stare unable to look away then the tears flow and the temperature the glistening streets became thoroughfares hotel buildings burned on the right justifiable nothing change once again ignored the disinfecting power we have silence because our peaceful or not at the right time right in the right way once again told to wait even when Martin Luther king Jr Florida in his letter from Birmingham jail all in the face difference into the heart of the fun we were all I could see humanity the sun rose again to give us another opportunity to be in line to help us see George Floyd as all of us and not just one of them minutes and twenty seconds to realize that we are still leaving one others another time to lift another time to say something another time to take a deep breath another time to ask why I'm calling nine one one another time to wipe a tear another time to be a teammate time to listen time to break time to learn from our differences time to resolve to say we have had enough time to change but too many times the light did not illuminate because we feel that our eyes from the reflection we did not want to see we are eight minutes and twenty seconds too late and George Floyd is eternally non responsive because we were non response so let's respond and make his death the online Doug Glanville it's the.
"doug glanville" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Justin party of course but none the less well we've got you know all the different around the backyard will kind of grow out right what kind of a thing for example about the yard to make it work but yeah we're trying to get back to life a little bit all right we gotta run but thanks you will we'll talk tomorrow night man everybody loves you but it's almost seven forty five seven hundred W. L. W. sports the western and southern open in New York instead of Mason this August it could happen according to a report in The New York Times the U. S. T. A. is considering moving the event so foreign players could stay in one city for both the western and southern and the U. S. open which begins on August thirty first no decision will be made until later this month if Major League Baseball wants to begin the season in early July a deal has to be worked out soon former player Doug Glanville says one big hurdle has been cleared in the negotiations between the owners and players the players have that part where they're getting pro rated salaries that's a huge victory structurally wise number of games to be determined but I don't think that's as material as a structure you can talk Reds baseball tonight on the hot stove league beginning at six oh five the special guest Reds president of baseball operations Dick Williams NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was told all teams at training camps must be held at the team's home facility this summer that is not a problem for the bangles who have trained at Paul Brown stadium since twenty twelve to ten teams still train at off site locations MLS owners gave players until noon today to work out a deal to resume the season or they would be locked out according to reports a deal has been struck it looks like the teams will report to Orlando June twenty fourth remain there for at least at least six weeks and the latest NBA proposal has a season restarting on July thirty first also in Orlando twenty two teams would be there to finish the regular season and the playoffs and under.
"doug glanville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Six twenty WTMJ brewers with faith three one win over the Padres was stock is one for three you are the head it was a home run yes thirteen game tying or go ahead homers in the seventh inning or later over the last three seasons that the the third most over that span brewers thirteen and three in September best record in baseball over that span so the nationals brewers both getting a win at Wrigley the cubs fall to the Reds for to Cincinnati to aid in their previous ten games against the NL central opponents entering play Tuesday and they get a win over the cubs. Chicago's loss dropping them into a tie with the brewers for the second National League wild card spot you Darvish seven innings gave up six hits four earned runs walked thirteen strikeouts is he already three ninety four against the National League central this season but things tightening up in that actually wild card race brewers continue to put pressure on ESPN analyst Doug Glanville they've started by just a cavalcade of offense of players who have stepped up Mike Moustakas we saw the highlight they've also use that to be teams in their division the beat the cardinals two out of three one Sir is the guns the cubs home and on the road they think about their offense or offenses been really critically snapping up but they have to have an MVP I go down everything from last season of touch they could be full this season and they found ways to get the big hits and the daughter against teams that were significant in their division yeah I think.
"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.
"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..
"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..
"doug glanville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Aaron judge back from injury leading off to the Yankees when over four couple of strikeouts. Still the Yankees beat Houston for 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 innings stent when she gave up three runs or three Washington over land is VN baseball analyst, Doug Glanville assessing Tikal effort. Other the road. I mean he was good. When he was down says him down consistently has great movement down the ball, sort of sinks away. Dive change speed when he's up at ball flattens out on your 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 two of the knife and knocked off level three two. 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 at the best, the free series starting in Omaha. Monday night on ESPN. The jersey devil select yak us at eighteen year old Senate from Orlando with the first overall pick of the NHL draft Friday night, he's the eighth American board player to go. Number one in NHL history. Dallas street here and travel. Connecticut, Jack Suka as a one shot lead after two rounds of the travelers can't be chip for the PGA tour. Saint Louis cardinals. The Los Angeles angels live for Bush sting of this weekend..
"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.
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
"doug glanville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Reminds me that his TBT. Indeed, it is a special one for you a good one for you in Super Bowl related. It will tell you about it coming up at nine o'clock right here on ESPN one thousand Doug Glanville will be with us. We have Douglasville all now on January thirty first because we won't be able to find him in April. So we're gonna talk to him now because they're man is busy. He's writing books. He's got family. He's on NBC sports, Chicago. So we're taking care the peacock tonight with our guest list. So Doug is going to be with us Guinean starts because they're still hot stove got nine thirty because they're still we still don't know what's happening with Harper Machado. There is some insight though, about the Harper side of things we'll get into that. With Douglasville coming up at nine thirty points off your thoughts as well. Three one two three three two ESPN is our phone number as we told you yesterday check on a loved one today because we know say that he had a great Thursday. But some of you did not based on the weather that's out here. And for those of you listening to us because for some. People. This is your your drive time show out west for those. You're listening California. And we go we have listeners in Nevada and in Oregon and the Pacific time zone. Yeah. It's as bad as you think. But you know, what we're okay, we're hanging in there. And we hope that if nothing else for those of you in the midwest, just text or call level and make sure that they're ok during this very difficult time because it is tough. But we're making it we're all right? Heartbeat. And we're going to entertain you here for the next three hours here on ESPN one thousand ESPN app. So we got a lot of stuff here. And there's a lot of moving parts because we didn't know we know the Super Bowl is the number one story, right? But what about the Super Bowl? So we got that. We got some other things going on the NBA. We'll get to this half hour into Kendall Gill at seven thirty. Okay. So on my sheet on my guess, she I see here. Is there a lack of buzz for the Super Bowl? Why Pat fatigue Rams don't belong? That's like one to four thing on my topics sheet here tonight. It's to start thinking about this. Right. I start thinking about is there a lack of buzz for the Super Bowl, and I will tell you know, I don't think there's a lack of buzz for the Super Bowl..