8 Burst results for "Dr Tony Bosch"
"dr tony bosch" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"It's old and i think i know this what it's about professional athletes have made all this money and then they go broke out of. It happened and billy managed like you found these athletes that were willing in okay with sitting there talking about their failures and a lot of people aren't a lot of people are so tough and arrogant and they don't wanna say like i just fucked up. You know i. I did this this and this but just because it's so real and it so genuine but with like risk ruble on everything that story in the way that those players even to this day like that really happened. Those guys like it. It's it's one hundred percent. We know they cheated but nothing was really damaged for them like there is just a tort like a little. What you mean through-ball screwball. That's what i meant like whiskers back. I like the way that i think. Taking the kids in making a comedy out of it like it also is such a funny jab to them like look at the fucking childish like in mock them and they deserve to be my l. They all all. The adults acted like children. Also sort of the the idea that the these sports figures as role models and for kids like a net and that to me. What's rubel was about. It's funny of all places. The wall journal nailed it. They they called it like a a sports documentary about america and about how unlike the scandal was about and to me. That's what it was about. It was about how like people like. Of course there's the miami connection invariably of liked the story scandal with alex rodriguez and the biogenesis thing down here but like this idea that like whether it was major league baseball acting a fool and breaking laws down. Here alex rodriguez the highest paid baseball player of all time cheating. Or you know it. The the message was what. I call the trump era the new american values which we used to teach our kids honesty integrity the golden rule and then the message. The new message seemed to be the new american values. Were lie cheat and steal. And that's how you get ahead. And i'll tell you i was doing. Qna on scruple with the eight year old kid who played Dr tony bosch using for the listeners. I'm using air quotes on doctor. And because he was not a doctor miami and so honestly every time. There was a headline in miami about fake doctor discovered in my fake dentists news. News would be real dollar founded miami. You know civil fanbytes dogs. So like i'm in acuna honest member asked like what what's the message what's the takeaway and the eight year old kid. Who played dr wu who meaning like dude. You don't raise your hand at your qna to just jump jump in june. So he says you know lie cheat and steal. And that's how you get ahead in america and by the way forty two year old saying whatever eight year old kid. It's fucking devastating. Like sucks the air out of the like people are gasping for and like and so but that's it lie cheat and steal lie cheat and steal kids. You too could be the highest paid baseball player of all time. You could be the commissioner of baseball you to be president of the united states that that and that to me. I always remember and think about it to the clinton administration. After the clinton administration there was a spike in in sexually transmitted diseases specifically among teenagers and many of them. polled said..
"dr tony bosch" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"He's he's cool because he doesn't want to get pushed off and so he stays at the foot of the bed so I'm very tired right now because I honestly last night we're sleeping and all of a sudden I heard him and he shook his ears and that means he wants to go out or something will happen but he when he shakes his ears. He's resetting himself. There was a pause and evidently the it's this is all in the dark. He went airborne and hit the bed and slid right with his head. Right next to my head on the pillow now normally he does not like his head petty Alexis Neck and back but he put his head right next. Look I'm on a honeymoon with him? He's got his head right next to me curled up next to me. And that's where he wanted to be and he's never done that before. I mean he hit that bed like a linebacker and it was having nothing to do with any kind of movement and of course herself is pretending that she doesn't know any of this is going on right and she's got two thirds of the bed over there and I'm with him so here's what I wonder. I wonder if animals are having more vivid and intense streams like people are remember. We talked about this on the show. A couple of weeks ago. I am definitely. I'm very vivid dreams and most of them have to do with P. so boring Bob. Nobody wants to hear about your attorney. That was one of the things you promised me. Never talked about again and astrology but look look at you. This is what you've become. Well I'll tell you. I had a really vivid dream where I was at this enormous. Shyam Party in this incredibly beautiful place and there were people everywhere said. Here's how you know it's chronic liar stream because there were people everywhere and everyone was like close to each other and I got this. Someone handed me this desert that I can't even describe but it was the most delicious thing I'd ever eaten in my life and as I was walking and eating it I heard the song ring of Fire and a cross through an arched pavilion and there was Johnny freaking cash. Who's gone now? The man in black looking like he looked in when he was young in that. Ken Burns Country Music Documentary. He was doing a live show and I just walked down and sat in the front row and eight this amazing desert and Johnny cash. It was a nice dream dream. It was a great. I've I've had XS show up in my dreams in a good way or a weird way or what A little bit of both you know good. Good in some ways put then Some like a troubling event is going on while they're you know what that's you subconscious processing and worrying about how people in your life or doing including people you haven't been in touch with. Oh what a nice guy I am you. Aren't you know Mr Wonder? I'm a prince? I think I'm worried about XS and lessen your dream. You went from dreaming about the X. To getting mixed up with tiger king and you fed them to want to Carol's Tigers. No no by the way. Did you hear they're going to do extra tiger kings? They're doing at least one more episode. That's for you know what that is. That's yeah that's going back for a little more money. That's what that is. They had some extra. They had some extra footage. You know one thing. As I've I've watched a cup gone back and watched a couple of the episodes again just as the first time I watched them. I had John the floor and I couldn't believe what I was seeing an eerie. One thing's for sure you walk away from Tiger King believing that Carol. Fedor husband a tigers believing that joe exotic is a maniac believing that that DOC antle dude needs to be investigated. But you don't come away with any understanding of what's being done for those cats like those cats were a big old prop and Joe Exotic but I feel I feel like I feel like not enough was done to kind of like. Hey everyone look what people are doing to these rare magnificent animals just my feeling of watching it as an animal person. Did you haven't gotten that far in it I'm still just not over a doc riding an elephant with three women who's living with his three teenage brides holy cow. Yeah and the interview with one of them that left The one that was snuggling up on a a big chair like Ioannou. Yeah and and look traumatized from the whole thing traumatized. How could her fuck? Well I mean when she when she described her father dropping her off at that place as a father. I was horrified. But wasn't the story that she was interning at this refuge and that it wasn't like she said Dad? Is there any way you could give me a ride to go be the fourth teenage bride of this tighter? Guru and her dad was like sure kitten often know the story was she had always wanted to work with these animals. And this was an internship and at an amazing opportunity. Yeah but you know what? That place was still. Looks Sketchy to me. You know if it was. I don't know the San Diego Zoo. Okay you know. I'm not a big zoo person that that guy ain't run in the San Diego Zoo thirty seconds. I think you can say that now because you have hindsight but it's not like when you know. Let's say that was Allie Daddy. I've got an internship at a tiger refuge. And it's kind of weird the guy who owns it. I think he wants to be his teenage hair. Remember I mean. None of that looked like that on paper. No that's true. Although that would save me a lot of college money heck yeah quarantine. Contact Sleep is the talk on a free Sherry just loved this thing I saw on. Cnn's website it's social distancing things. You can do during downtime. And they're really very clever. Sometimes you know you read something and it's just stupid stuff that you would never do but these are actually pretty good for instance if you're a foodie get takeout from a restaurant. You've been wanting to try but you've never been before I think that's a great idea. There's a place somewhere and they're and they're doing that. They're doing the pickup and you've never had their Vietnamese food or whatever it may be you try it and it's something a little bit different right. Yeah absolutely if you're a sports fan read up on the history of your favorite team or sport Because they're not playing right now. Get a greater appreciation and that sounds very basic. But I have Netflix. Like many of us and I was going through at the other day and I came upon a biography of film Ted Williams. Who was my father's favorite baseball player? He liked him so much. He managed to Mic my birthday the same as Ted Williams. So I gotTa Watch that and that'll be kind of cool. That has a lot of these old. I never saw the guy play or watch them on TV. But you know they'll have tape. You know if you WANNA. You WanNa Watch a documentary that will just. It'll it'll leave you scratching your head. It's called. It's called screwball. It's on Netflix. And it's all about a rod and the doping in the Major League Baseball with Manny Ramirez. And the Tony Bosch. The Guy in Miami. Who was the doctor that was prescribing it? It's a great documentary and the best part about it is. It's you know so. They talked to all these people that were in the documentary. And you know that. Were INVOLVED. But they recreate the scenes using kids. That are like eleven to thirteen years old so you have a kid. That looks like Alex Rodriguez when he played for the Yankees in in pinstripes. And then you have little Dr Tony Bosch there. Who's like thirteen years old? You know given him the injections and stuff and they came up with this. It is the most bizarre. But you WANNA talk about this. It's not even close to tiger king but still when you're watching this you're like I cannot believe how shady these people were and you're GonNa find out how Shady Major League Baseball was. They were trying to get people off to during the whole time. That is that is really discouraging. Wasn't there there was. There was a movie where kids played. Gangsters right yeah. That was the one with Scott Bay. Oh played Bugsy Siegel or something and instead of instead of machine guns they had cream puff gun. So when they would go and.
"dr tony bosch" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"I'm not mad at you. I'm still a little upset song should be at a Taco Bell. No say. That Yankee pit bull. There's a bunch of people on this nice Ryan. It's a collaboration. Yeah. Career goal. You know where I'm from we call him, our Monday, autumn, Ondo. That's his real name. Is it pit bulls? Real name is Mondo. That's a good name. I know. But pit bull is brand. Yeah. Yeah, does not a brand no doubt money. Yeah. Right. Right away. You still haven't seen Billy's documentary that song is actually in there. And they talk about being at the club. Yes. Dr Tony Bosch, and, and Alex a-rod. Yes, who is basically a Royd at the end of this, and we're talking about screwball, the Billy corporate, venture about Alex Rodriguez in the. Biogenesis stendhal. Yes. And he's literally takes him into the bathroom at this club while the song is played. And takes his blood in the stole man. It's a crazy documentary. We interviewed Billy before the you guys are nice enough to have me in your words. Talking about cocaine Cowboys wreck. Well, and then I was like, are you really a big fan you'll again, I text him and I said, just, come on the show, and he came on, and I got to see early link of the movie about the movie on I tunes watched it a million times. That's fascinates me is looked. And I'm not saying it's just because I'm in the tank from 'cause he's my friend, but I think he is the best documentarian there is right now you're one hundred percent right in the proof of that is every documentary. That's come out pretty much sense cocaine Cowboys has taken huge elements from cocaine Cowboys to push their story. If you watch the documentary white, boy, which is the story of white boy, Rick the movie didn't do well, but the documentaries phenomenal that may as well have said, thanks to Billy Corgan of the end of it because that's how close it was his style. So yeah, so maybe we'll get back on next time you're on. We could talk about screwball now that the movie's been out and people can see it. He can sell it a little more by virtue people. Buy it on, I tunes or whatever. Yeah. He can talk about that scene. Yeah. That's we got some numbers down this Carson Wentz deal. Remember we're talking about the extension. Let me be the Philly fan. All right. Tell me how much he frigging made. You wanna guess, one hundred just say that one..
"dr tony bosch" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"And then you watch them go across. It's like oh man to but when he made his points than breaking down. What was happening and what he was going for. I say, yeah. Okay. I couldn't refute. It you. I couldn't say that wasn't a good idea. But then it's like the cynical part is like, oh, but that'll be fulfilling to you. You've got a your creative type. Yeah. You're attracted having that thing to shoot for. You know what I mean? And you know, I don't know anybody else that can do to jerseys at the same time. Like, I said, okay. Yeah. He's the bad to walk in the planet right now, he do to jerseys at the same time. Then then it was so funny. I'm watching my kids in care. I'm watching the ceremonies retirement ceremony jersey ceremony. I'm just I'm standing up washing it. I'm like, this is amazing. This is history. My kids coming in. Hey, son. Come here. Watch this like, yeah. Whatever it walk right back out. But my little son Lennox he came to me, and we watched it. I said man, he's he's the best. Laker of all time soon as I thought that magic the best Laker of all time. Like if magic set it. It is true is done few months later. He's got an Oscar in his hands and doing an acceptance speech. So that kind of fire me up because I know it's possible. So just like, you know, as an athlete you try to keep us in a boxing commentator coast. Cool things amazing amazing things now that is that would be limiting. There's other things to do. And I'm like, oh that I was already pretty confident. But that when I said, oh, you can't tell me it's not real now. People can't tell you. But you've been wanting doesn't intend you were you had a film crew with you. Right. Weren't you? Aren't you doing a documentary? Where is that? Like I wanted that talking is going to be a great thirty for thirty flicks would probably want something there. You know is funny. So we were filming that, and you know, you get into the real film world. I have people that I really respect that helped me out. And I say, yeah, man, all his great guys footage amazing free agency process. Wonderful. I got ninety hours. Do you have more? No, I don't have any more. That's it. All right. Go ahead and put this to the side. And maybe one day. I thought I was cool and everybody was going to say, yes. Hours thousands of hours. And it's like, what are we doing a story with the story? Like, I don't have stories. This me cooling. That's not cool enough. Now, it's not I need more word back store. No, I don't have. None of that. It was just me being cool at the restaurant. But I mean is there still have the footage? All right. If it gets made at some no it's going to it's going to have a bull. Just coming out. What this year is the twenty two. It's it's going to be a whole thing on Jordan right ten part series. I can't wait. I know that day is coming when day, and I'm a have a have you're gonna have your ninety hour, and I have my level. But I gotta be maxed out don't even. So if you're listening to this if you're not coming with the max deal, don't even Chris seriously. I appreciate your grace in all regards. Thank you for spending. So much time with appreciate our thanks to Chris Bosh for being so gracious with his time, we're gonna have another a bonus episode of south beach sessions this week with Billy Corbin and the biogenesis Dr Tony Bosch. We're going to give that to you at some point this week before we get outta here, though, we wanna tell you about a new sponsor we have T. So is the official watch of the NBA. This is a fine product. This is something that the guys with Sgt. Style swear by yet. Remember gave sue God's you. And Greg Cody of a beautiful time piece T, so as you mentioned the official watch of the NBA each one t so's time pieces delivers quality performance and traditional luxury and this graduation season. You wanna get the perfect gift for graduation get t so timepiece. 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"dr tony bosch" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Thank you for all of you. Who have rated reviewed and subscribed. We've got a couple of a couple of episodes of south beach sessions for you this week. We've got a part two with Chris Bosh who was very interesting. And we have a bonus episode for you the biogenesis. Dr Tony Bosch. Oh, no way. Wow. And Billy Corbin together. And they just spilled the stories of like how how ridiculous that steroid. Use was that that went through the pharmacies in Miami corporate has been on media blitz. But I haven't seen him do too much with Tony Bosch, and we got twenty Bausch and Billy Corgan here in studio that movie is about to hit video on demand services. So we want this to be a supplemental listening session gets you into. Maybe supporting what Billy does can I release bonus material. I'm just wondering because what happens. You have to work more to release. Bony didn't even release an episode. You were supposed to a couple of weeks ago. That's on the golic's. I had something plan. I'm just telling you were around shopping around in west Horford. I was trying to find. All right. You're blaming the golic's. We have everything scheduled to thirty show up. They were shopping. I mean, there's two dollars is so stupidity in south beach. Sessions are original concepts that we have. But there were existing podcast, Meena kinds, and Sarah Spain, Sarah Spain is a digital monster are fans have really responded to the interviews that she's done. She did one with Tim Kirch, and she just did one with Greg Cody. She's been phenomenal kinds year round football podcast this week. We're bringing in Marty Smith's America. This is a very exciting launch for us. We love the mardi party. He had a great episode one lined up for our fans. Ric flair the nature boy wrestlemainia week. Woo mania and flair just bailed on him. Marty Smith is always positive and this will not deter Marty Smith from putting out equality episode this week of Marty Smith's, America. So I can't release bonus material because on Thursday stupidity shoots up. And then by Sunday it goes back down. And I want to keep the stupidity podcast up in the top five somewhere. It just means you doing more work. Okay. I guess there'll be no bonus material to God's will be on around worn today. If you want bonus through God's at ESPN two today at five o'clock forgive me for lying to you. We will do stugotz's weekend observations in ten minutes. But I want to celebrate this big day because I don't feel like we've celebrated enough that it's hot. This has been man look stugatz. For many years has worked trying to climb up the business. He did. So once upon a time is just a traditional gas bag, and then he pivoted realize wait a minute. The money is in being a gesture who'll but in that transaction, it's the biggest bet we've made it. He has it cashed in for him. But in that transaction, no one respects it. Nope. And so these other television shows army have been climbing at the fringes wanting deserving to be on this gas bag block of. Television that runs from four to six which you just a small office in Washington of shepherding old sports writers into a pen four to six every day. And it's been trying to make it to the mainstream the main channel. And I thought he was going to make it to the main channel today. But today for some reason around the horn is on ESPN two which which is why I'm probably on. Yeah. The news if you're on we don't know idea. April Fool's day. And it might be a Joe. Yeah. I'm starting to get nervous to be honest with you because the Email the communication had become less and less as we get closer to the show. And I need more for me. Are they playing a trick on Stu gods? We had Tony reality. Join us in the first hour of the show, and he did nothing to calm, my fears, and I'm going to be genuinely heartbroken for God's because this is something that he really wants. And this is a destination. How long has he wanted this? It's all he talks about since we got taken photos of you in front of the old backdrop the around the horn backdrop, I've walked many times on him out there, and he's just taking selfies in front of the backdrop smiling to the camera longing, hoping no one sees what he's actually doing. I mean, there's a call today. The executive producer is walking me through the show. I said, hey, man, you know, how long I've consumed your show for like, I know your show. I know exactly what I'm supposed to do. And what I'm supposed to do it. And so he was surprised by that. I'm like, I watch your show very very often. But I still I haven't heard from him since that call at. So I'm starting to doubt. Have you been practicing bite-size takes? No, I mean, he's going if you're bite size. What do you mean? Out of the way, I'm gonna talk for twenty three minutes and just chop it up. Talk. I'm going to get my takes. And when I'm done talking, then they can go to the next person. I'll repeat myself a thousand times, I don't care because sometimes you really need to hammer on the point. And the only way to do it is by repeating your point. I mean, that's why Kevin Durant gotten to his years that he's right? The NBA 'cause I keep hammering home that at that point. I mean, and he's heard about it. I mean because he responded to me on Twitter through incarcerated, Bob. Call me lazy. That I take the easy path because I don't go out to a shoe store to purchase shoes..
"dr tony bosch" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more donlevatar is Mick Jagger, a sex wanna seventy three percent of the audience said. Yeah. That's a victory for this show. Stugatz. Mick Jagger Simpson. Guana VC's Libertad show with stugatz on ESPN radio. Stugatz. His weekend survey shins in one minute stupidity continues to climb the charts. Thank you for all of you. Who have rated reviewed and subscribed. We've got a couple of a couple of episodes of south beach sessions for you this week. We've got a part two with Chris Bosh who was very interesting. And we have a bonus episode for you the biogenesis Dr Tony Bosch. Oh, he'll way. Yeah. And Billy Corbin together. And they just spilled the stories of like how how ridiculous that's steroid. Use was that that went through the pharmacies in Miami. And corporate has been on a media blitz. But I haven't seen him do too much with Tony Bosch, and we got twenty Bausch and Billy Corgan here in studio that movie is about to hit video on demand services. We want this to be a supplemental listening session gets into maybe supporting what Billy does can I release bonus material. I'm just wondering because what happens. You have to work more to release. Bony didn't even release an episode. You were supposed to a couple of weeks ago. That's on the goal licks. I had something plan. I'm just telling you they were around shopping around in west Horford. I was trying to find. All right. You're blaming the golic's. We had everything scheduled to thirty inch show up. There was shopping. Here's two dollars is so surprised in south beach sessions are original concepts that we have. But there were existing podcasts Meena kinds and Sarah Spain, Sarah Spain is a digital monster are fans have really responded to the interviews that she's done. She did one with Tim Kirk and she just did one with Greg Cody. She's been phenomenal Meena kinds year round football podcast this week. We're bringing in Marty Smith's America. This is a very exciting launch for us. We love the mardi.
"dr tony bosch" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"I guess has been on the show before when he was promoting the documentary cocaine Cowboys a few years ago, his thirty for thirty on the u is some mossy stuff so is screwball. The documentary film about the biogenesis scandal from his native, Miami, Florida. Good to see you Billy Corgan. How are you brother? I'm great. Thanks. So let's get into this thing right here. This documentary is about the Tony Bosch scandal. That got a rod a year's suspension. Manny Ramirez got popped and milky Cabrera got popped. Why did you make this documentary? Billy actually in November of two thousand thirteen we were pitched by Alex Rodriguez. Okay. So this you're laughing already at that. What? Okay. 'cause they can this documentary is not very what's the word for. It's not very complimentary to Alex Rodriguez getting an invitation to the wedding. If that's what you mean. Right. Yeah. But it's also extremely accurate. It's all very true. It's all exactly how it happened. I mean, the stories are being told by Tony Bosch or Dr Tony Bosch. Quotes who is the one who is at the center of all of this. And his dad was the one who was writing the prescriptions for these drugs and an also the fellow Puerto Fisher who was the one who leaked the documents, so whistle blower, the whistle blower, and these guys are telling the story from their own first person and your unique way in which you you have them tell their stories we'll get to in a second. But this is absolutely straight from the horse's mouth that we're seeing right here. Yeah. Person. Why did Alex Rodriguez pitch you this idea in November of two thousand thirteen he was in the midst of the arbitration with MLB he was the only one of the players involved in the biogenesis scandal that appealed his suspension? I guess why not what do you have to lose? It was the longest suspension in the history of the game. So no eleven games went for it. And so each a break from that arbitration and came down to his office in Coral Gables in the suburbs, very affluent suburb of Miami where the university of Miami's actually located Alex Rodriguez field is located and his public. Hit me up and said, Alex would like to meet with you to discuss the possibility of doing a tell all documentary, and I was like hell, yeah. I'll take that meeting. I thought we were gonna do it real hush. Hush quiet at his office. And it turns out they wanted to meet us on a weekday at high noon at the most popular restaurant in town like the power lunch. Spot of Coral Gables, which is like two miles from UM, which it any anywhere. I'm gonna get recognized because of the documentaries. It's going to be place that proximity to UM. And so it was very clear that my producing partner Alfred spellman, and I attended that event as like pawns in Alex's kind of PR offensive against MLB at the time. You remember it was like they were in a battle of the legacies and Alex. Yeah. There is a a whole story about how the protesters outside were actually paid for by Alex Rodriguez on earth that was ever absolutely mentored. Okay. So yeah. And it was it was ugly. There was no other way to describe it. I think initially baseball has become like, I think everything else in American life, including politics. It's the WWE and back when bud C-league the steroid Commissioner was on his way out the door on the eve of his retirement was kind of like, well, maybe I should do something about this. Now that this scandal has erupted in two thousand thirteen he talks to his second command. Rob Manfred says let's look like we're doing something about this. So they come down to Miami had this farcical investigation that involves the MLB investigators. They have like this internal FBI of like former cops they go. They sleep with a former nurse of Tony Bosch at one of his clinics. They're paying people off they got a slush fund of one hundred twenty five thousand grand that they're buying stolen medical records in a diner from convicted felon. The whole thing is just utter. Utterly absurd. And then they nail Alex because what bigger scalp can you get? And then bud retires. Rob Manfred takes over and he goes, well, what's the story line? Now, what better than to make a he'll a hero and bring back not only a-rod, but but Charlie hustle to the game to become commentators and Pete Rose in who's out there anymore, of course. But like work, I mean, it's the bottom line company. And it's a brilliant storyline. Are you saying major league baseball was orchestra has orchestrated? To to well, what used to be two fifths of the people on the set of FOX baseball. Is that what you're saying? I'm saying that it's it's awfully convenient. And it's awfully brilliant. I think Alex is spectacularly good at that job, his hustle at all. And so he's he's earned that position. He certainly lightened up. He's a lot funnier. A lot more self effacing. I'm certainly more. So than the guy net for lunch in two thousand thirteen who was in a battle for his life. His legacy his career his livelihood. And he spent an hour hour and a half just lying, right? Your faces about everything ever meeting. Tony Bosch ever cheating or using performance enhancing drugs at that stage of his career. It was a pretty wild meeting and needless to say after that we didn't hear back much from them. I was gonna ask you Bill. The director of screwball about the biogenesis scandal. Again in theaters Friday and numerous streaming platforms the following Friday after that, well, how did the meeting with Iran finish up? I mean, what happened just more lies, basically? And so we walked away. I thought he was a fascinating guy really fragile guy a sensitive guy at the time not much of a sense of humor or sell any sense of self awareness. But I thought what a compelling character to be able to examine to interview. And I emailed them for the next six seven eight months, the the arbitration resolve in January of two thousand fourteen he got a sentence reduction if he will but still a season long suspension. And so by the middle of two thousand fourteen it seemed obvious that they were not really interested in participating in an interview or documentary. And and why not at the strategy has paid off this whole kind of head in the sand ignored. And it'll go away strategy has certainly worked for them. I think it's one of the most remarkable. Image rehabilitations in the history of public relations. It's not just that though. I mean, he had he did come out. And when he did show back up with the with the Yankees, he came out and threw himself basically on on the the sword. I mean, he did come out and give a complete total mayor culpa. He went made fun of himself on the stage of the SP's. I mean, he has had as you pointed out, you said, no sense of humor about himself or anything like that. He has seen to take a total reverse pivot on how he has portrayed himself or how he has taken on what he did. Absolutely. Who who? Okay, you taking. Much of a mayor culpa, Tori. I didn't really acknowledge what he did. Or didn't do what he lied about. The other players like Ryan Braun that he threw under the bus that his camp deliberately leaked in order to take some of the attention away from him in the thick of the scandal. I don't think he really fessed up to it. I don't think did he ask you. I mean, obviously doesn't have to. But I'm just saying I don't think he really did any kind of a comprehensive apology our discussion about I think how profoundly disappointing it was for legions of of young kids who look up to these athletes as heroes and role models. So then somebody who did speak with him when he was at a low point. Yeah. And then as you point out, you think you were used as a prop or used in a certain way, particularly on totally cool with that name right in page six. Thank you. Thank you. She was publicised. This is all just setting up the the ultimate question. And I think a lot of fans are wondering hearing this. If they already weren't wondering it to begin with who's the Alex Rodriguez that we're seeing today, I think a liberated man I think this was a guy who was kind of trapped by his own kind of failed persona in baseball. Who was booed by fans in baseball, never really a beloved pop culture figure a guy who was almost in a way, liberated when he hit rock bottom in this scandal. And now feels free to I hope this him. Meaning like, I think maybe that this is the, you know, the person he was always supposed to be always wanted to be but felt constrained by fame and fortune. And of course, when you're generating that kind of revenue over four hundred million dollars over a career, you have so many people around you who rely on you. And so you don't really have a chance to kind of free yourself and go out in public and feel like you can joke around. And just be you. And I think I think it's liberating for someone to be out of the game. Like the only game. He's the only thing he's ever known. The only thing he's ever been told these good at and the interesting thing about screwball as it turns out. It's not about Alex Rodriguez. Don't tell him that. But it's not about a rod. It's about these bizarre Elmore. Leonard Carl hyacinth almost Coen brothers esque characters to create way to put an habit. This only in Miami kind of world, and it's the weirdest birdcage I've ever seen. Bizarre. And you can't make it up because it's it's it's nonsense. Family.
"dr tony bosch" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"I guess has been on the show before when he was promoting the documentary cocaine Cowboys a few years ago, his thirty for thirty on the u is some mossy stuff so is screwball. The documentary film about the biogenesis scandal from his native, Miami, Florida. Good to see a Billy Corgan. How are you brother? Great. Thanks. So let's get into this thing right here this documentary about the Tony Bosch scandal that got a rod year's suspension. Manny Ramirez got popped and milky Cabrera GOP popped. Why did you make this documentary? Billy actually in November of twenty thirteen. We were pitched by Alex Rodriguez. The oh, okay. So. This. You're laughing ready at that was okay. Because they can this documentary is not very what's the word for. It's not very complimentary to Alec getting an invitation to the wedding. If that's what you mean. Right. Yeah. So, but it's also extremely accurate. It's all very true. It's all exactly how it happened. Well, I mean the stories are being told by Tony Bosch or Dr Tony Bosch. Doctors quotes in quotes. Who was the one who is at the center of all of this. And his dad was the one was writing the prescriptions for these drugs and an also the fellow porter Fisher who was the one who leaked the documents so blower, the whistle blower, and these guys are telling the story from their own first person and your unique way in which you have them tell their stories we'll get to in a second. But this is absolutely straight from the horse's mouth that we're seeing right here. Yeah. Person. Why did Alex Rodriguez pitch? You this November of twenty thirteen. He was in the midst of the arbitration with an be he was the only one. Of the players involved in the biogenesis scandal that appealed his ascension. I guess why not what do you have to lose? It was the longest suspension in the history of the game. So when an eleven games you went for it. And so each took a break from that arbitrator and came down to his office in Coral Gables in the suburb, very affluent suburb of Miami, where the university of Miami's actually located Alex Rodriguez field is located and his publicity up and said, Alex would like to meet with you to discuss the possibility of doing tell all documentary, and I was like hell, yeah. I'll take that meeting. I thought we were going to do it real hush. Hush quiet at his office. And it turns out they wanted to meet us on a weekday at high noon at the most popular restaurant in town like the power lunch. Spot of Coral Gables, which is like two miles from UM, which if any anywhere, I'm gonna get recognized because of the documentaries. It's going to be a place that proximity UM. And so it was very clear that my producing partner. Alfred spellman I attended that event as like. Pawns in Alex's kind of PR offensive against MLB at the time. You remember it was like they were in a battle of the legacies C-league and Alex. Yeah. There is a whole story about how the protesters outside were actually paid for by Rodriguez on earth that was ever absolutely ultra mentored. Okay..