21 Burst results for "Dwight Gooden"
"dwight gooden" Discussed on WEEI
"What has he done? This is it? No, This is his second. Even though he missed a bunch of time or four games in 2018, and he only miss Force, So he started 12. Any misfortune that was with this foot? It was that what that was his foot. But you know if you include that one, so I'll give that one a half. This is his. You know these 2.5 seasons that he's just not been available. Because he played four games in 2017, and then he was done for the year and then he played seven games this year, really six because he only played one place six games this year, and he's done for the year. In that 2018 season where he missed, you know, the back in the of the season. He's just He's been injury prone. It's It's not. He doesn't feel like he's an injury prone guy. But he also started his career hurt. He missed the first six games of his rookie season before he exploded. I mean, think about this. That work E season? He didn't He started 11 games He had 1300 yards and 12 touchdowns. That's why I say Dwight Gooden. I mean, that's verified space like I put him on that line for a reason, right? I mean, if he would have played Four more games. You mean 2000. He's getting He's close to 2000 yards closer. Let me So, Yeah. 100 yards game. I mean, so it would have been crazy. How? How good he could have been. I think that's what it's going to come down to. Unfortunately, think, how good could he have been won if he hadn't you know if he had stayed one place And been adored by a fan base. And then too, if you just could've stayed healthy because his talent was so much you know, so explosive and soldiers difference, making For every team that he was on. Even last year. He was means compromise because had a groin injury all season long, But he was still don't have a bad year. Karl 1000 Yards touchdowns, but I may be part of the offense, too. So in summation, I think what? We're both saying it is. He'll be unless something changes radically for the good. He will be remembered. Morpho. What could have been, then? Really? For what? Wass? Yeah. Wass try fair. Yeah, because look, it is not. He's not a championship winning player, right? He's not in all time leader on eight on a single franchise. He's got some memorable and Memorable and just iconic moments, But so it was, sort of a lot of people is just Yeah, it's a shame, too, because it felt like he was he was it and he just never. It never happened. And then you incorporate, and I'm not gonna do this knocks. It will be boring, and it could be out of my lane here but the whole biomechanics aspect of his body. I mean, who knows as he begins to rehabilitate. He's always had other issues. Whether it's the groin, whether it's the hamstring whether it's the foot whether it's the ankle You have the one the residual e. How you're always telling me once you heard one thing you start to compromise to compensate. And then something else goes. He's already had other things go. Yeah, uh, not good. Not good. And but we'll see. You know, we wish him well and You know, he's great spirit and has great moments. But, you know, I really like, Oh, no, I just like the stats do say that Baker's better without him. Yeah, truths. That's to say that his first year 27 touchdowns. O'Dell is whatyou giants, not the Browns, and I just I just felt like he was finding his way here and now He was just complaining..
"dwight gooden" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"As unforgiving as any other sport out, there will probably wind up as an afterthought. Yeah, and it said yes, That's how I see it all. So this is his. What has he done? Very this is no. This is his second. You know, he missed a bunch of time or four games in 2018. And he only miss Force, So he started 12. Any misfortune that was with this foot? It was that what that was his foot. But you know if you include that one, so I'll give that one a half. This is his. You know these 2.5 seasons that he's just not been available. Because he played four games in 2017, and then he was done for the year and then he played seven games this year, really six because he only played one place six games this year he's done for the year. In that 2018 season where he missed, you know the back end of the of the season. He's just He's been injury prone. It's It's not. He doesn't feel like he's an injury prone guy. But he also started his career hurt. He missed the first six games of his rookie season before he exploded. I mean, think about this. That work E season? He didn't He started 11 games He had 1300 yards and 12 touchdowns. That's why I say Dwight Gooden. I mean, that's verified space like I put him on that line for a reason, right? I mean, if he would have played Four more games. You mean 2000. He's getting He's close to 2000 yards closer. Let me So, Yeah. 100 yards game. I mean, so it would have been crazy. How? How good he could have been. I think that's what it's going to come down to. Unfortunately, like, how good could he have been won if he hadn't you know if he had stayed one place And been adored by a fan base. And then too, if you just could've stayed healthy because his talent was so much you know, so explosive and soldiers difference, making For every team that he was on. Even last year. He was means compromise because he had a groin injury all season long, But he was still don't have a bad year. Karl 1000 Yards touchdowns, but I may be part of the offense, too. So in summation. I think what? We're both saying it is. He'll be unless something changes radically for the good. He will be remembered. Morpho. What could have been, then? Really? For what? Wass? Yeah. Wass right there. Yeah, because look, it is not. He's not a championship winning player, right? He's not in all time leader on eight on a single franchise. He's got some memorable and Memorable and just iconic moments, But so I was sort of a lot of people. It's just Yeah, it's a shame, too, because it felt like he was he was it and he just never never happened. And then you incorporate, and I'm not gonna do this knocks. It will be boring and could be out of my lane here but the whole biomechanics aspect of his body. I mean, who knows as he begins to rehabilitate. He's always had other issues. Whether it's the groin, whether it's the hamstring whether it's the foot whether it's the ankle You have the one the residual e. How you're always telling me once you heard one thing you start to compromise to compensate. And then something else goes. He's already had other things go. Yeah, uh, not good. Not good. And but we'll see. You know, we wish him well and You know, it's great spirit and handsome, great moments. But you know, I really like. Oh, no, I just stats to say that Baker's better without him. Yeah, truths. That's to say that his first year 27 touchdowns. O'Dell is whatyou giants, not the Browns, and I just I just felt like he was finding his way here and now He was just complaining. I didn't feel that way knows complain. I'm not really he was complaining because he was complaining because he got taken out of the game. He didn't want to get taken out of the game. That's why I mean I get it. I actually prefer him that way. They don't take me out of the game. I know we're getting our heads beat in, but I still want to go play. I still want to be a part of this, and they took him out of the game. So I get it. The ironic thing is, they took him out to keep it healthy. And then in the first place the next game, there's a C. I hear you all righty coming up. Boy, Um, imagine,.
"dwight gooden" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Robert Quinn was really good last year had the highest pass rush win rate double digit sacks. You know that pro football focus. Focus also said he faced the highest quality offensive tackles on a week by week basis, more than any other Edge rusher in the league. About that They just bolt or something that was already really solid. Did you give all the credit the world to Ryan Pace to be able to get that done? Because you just want to make sure at least one side The ball is airtight as much as possible. And it will be again this year. There was really not this major drop off from one season to the other with the defense. Yeah, there was some injuries here and there but you but here's what you want. Only I'm looking for for the defense is here. Turnovers. Get the ball give trying to turn over. Give Torbinski more opportunities to get it done offensively or whoever the quarterback is again. If it's Nicole's with cheer for Nick Foles of its Robiskie, we get behind your biscuit. I just want the bear still win. Yeah, And if you're not gonna win that be horrific ly bad. Yes, Serious completely. I don't want eight, mate. I want either one in 15, or, like 11, 12 wins and a team of the chance, Right? It's only fair. Yeah, so it's only fair. There you go. The Cubs win against the Tigers yesterday. 9 to 3. He took on the kid Mai's. This is someone that is gonna be a cornerstone for the franchise for awhile. Here. His command was off. I watched the game is for his command was just not good. He's got good stuff. Really good. Good young players. There was another guy who didn't have good command. The first time out. His name was Dwight Gooden against the Cubs over they killed him. Carl Tuffy Rhodes took him out three times on opening day and I said demise is good. But what we're saying is that Sometimes young pitchers need to figure it out early and then moving forward. They'll be good. They learn how to pitch and not throw our guy David Danny's guy David Boat. David Brody was really good yesterday. Four R B EYES, RIZ came up with a big knock. Ha ve two Home runs. Two. Doubles for Jason Heyward, Alec Mills, seven innings of three run baseball. So good things Last night again. It's the Tigers. I get it. You should beat the Tigers. They did. Absolutely. So here's a little game for you. Okay is awake for Rizzo. Ian, half Good player or just a guy. Me and have a good player. Or I'd say, good player. I wouldn't say great player player, but a good player, David voting, good player or just a just a guy. Just a guy, just the guy so so if the team turns over bodies, not part of your future, right? At any, anyway. Um I would say Brody is like he's a good extra piece. I don't see him being a starter on a championship team. A player like him on my roster comes up with some clutch hits, but Not Oh, my goodness. Can you believe we get that guy in our lineup? It's good that he could be versatile Toby who played different positions, Though voting was over 30. He gave you qualities you mentioned offensively. What about Nico Horner? Good guys. Yeah, I'm a big fan of Nico. I like him a lot. Anthony Rizzo ready to rock and roll cubs in the motor city kitties again tonight, but they've got a much needed 93 win last night and Anthony Ruzomberok Templeton rye whiskey in Valparaiso University. Rizzo. Are you kid? How's everything going? Coming off a really important win a team you should be. But you got to go out and take care of business. And you did that. Yeah, we did. It was nice. Nice, Tio. See, Javi, you know, going away and that homer late, too. So Guys feel good. We don't really ever say this too much. But I felt like you had to kind of get on the road and Feel good and get the mojo back. Anthony, tell us your game plan against Mai's captain, I was just talking about young pitchers will be the cornerstone for the Tigers for some years to come. What did you see from miles yesterday? Um I had to see him off. That was our before. He's got a good split finger that he kind of would go to any time, so just get him up in his own. Ah! Not good stuff. You get up there 95 96. You gotta get in the truck and get the that split finger up when he's doing that for the strike the ball it's tough when the L. A office So as you look at that game last night, Alec Mills was coming off too. Rough starts. He goes seven innings just three runs. You mentioned Ha ve. You had a big knock J with two more. Doubles. David Brody, four R B eyes when you guys get on the road Albeit in the midst of a global pandemic is it's still like a reset button off. Yeah, man, It's just us on the road, and we're just united as a group. Yes, Yes. No, I mean, there's times where you've got to get off the road and get back home regularly, So it's just one of those times. You know, usually in a normal year, a few times every year where you can't wait to get on the road. You can't wait to get back home. So just one of those times where Just have a feeling here. Couple guys can't wait to get on the road, You know, just kind of Finally released, said every every Couple days, so It was. It was nice to come out. And when and when big like, that is when you are looking at a veteran team like yours is also is about young players as well. It was good to see Mills have a bounce back. Game seven strikeouts to seven. Got the victory behind him. What did it look like? From mill standpoint? One start to the next. It was good. It was he looked like he was just cruising. And he was he gave up a homer. I think of the 6th 7th, but he was throwing the ball really well in the spot who is locating and When he does, He's got that slow curveball that really keep going off balance. It was. It was nice for him to get back on the right track like that. It's always fun to play behind them. So there was an interesting article in the athletic this morning where the heart of Sharma talked about the Cubs see the most pitches per plate appearance in baseball number one. But is there a concern that your patient to the point of being too passive at the plate and not attacking right away early in the strike zone as one of their best hitters? How would you answer that? I think that in generally if the teams that see the most pictures will be better off in the long run, not a plan. Hey, go see pictures goes, he pitches But when you get A guy like me over Chris when he's in there, Wilson Ha ve seen a lot of pitches a lot of.
"dwight gooden" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"On this because I have a solution to this problem. But first I got to get you a solution to figure out your way around the city this morning, checking on traffic he's found approaching Bullard Avenue. We have an accident off LAPD. Antonini's found 75th Avenue to 19th Avenue is slow. Also structure fire 12 Street Indian School Road You want to use Thomas or 16th Street as your alternates? Steve 5 50 k f Y I Kaiser is off the chain. Everything is in one place for you. Your X ray will be done there. The doctor will see you fear the labs are there for you. And then the nurses that work with you, Kaiser. They make you feel so at home. They're there to meet you. I would not be alive today. If I had not had. I feel really, really great knowing. Is the place that I could go to make sure that I can maintain good health. Every medical case is unique to one person Street ruffle Maryland to zero if I do Records milestones first last and everything in between. What happened today in sports history on I R radio. What's going on fellow sports fans. It's Andy West. Let's look back on this day in sports history. August 25th. We'll start off in 1985. New York's Dwight Gooden became the youngest pitcher ever to win 20 games with a Mets 93 win over the San Diego Padres. Couldn't at age 20 years, nine months and nine days was one month younger.
"dwight gooden" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And also the comment is that Dwight Gooden, his first three is used to pitch 92 93 the 1st 3 94 95 2nd three and 96 97 the surgery. I'll hang up a list of what you have to say. Okay, Well, yeah, you're talking about all of these, you know. I mean, Verlander's that way to Verlander will start in 95 news, throw 98, the 7th and 8th inning. You're going What Thanks gone on here with this guy the way he's built the way he disciplines himself in the way he does it, and it works for him. Not everybody is Tom Seaver. You know God, it was we'd we'd have a boring game is nobody would score right? It is a different game than it was. And the funny thing is It's not because baseball has legislated this right baseball. The D. H is the big change, which happened 50 almost 50 years ago, right? But baseball hasn't said. You can't do this. You got to do this. It's that people have become more analytical. With the help of computers, they have learned more. And you know the great pitchers the Iron Man pictures all right, gang and throw 120 pitches and come back in five days and pitch again. But you know, you look at Verlander and you go. Okay. This guy's a throwback. Look at how many pitches he throws. Well, where is he right now on the injured list, and he may or may not be back at all this year. So has that taken a toll. Is it? Finally ages caught up with him, Or is it that maybe these guys are right when they say you shouldn't throw so many pitches? Bobby and Bergen County. You're on the fan, Bobby. Hey, How you Richard? Bob? Let's doing about you're talking about like guys taking the foot off. You know the foot off the pedal, you know, wrote down what most of these guys whether they're taking cookies out of the second part of the Most of these guys that even though it's a short way season now they have incentive contract clause in their contract. Somebody have that how many's doubles triples singles? How many runners advance? How many put out in the field, Etcetera. There is no taking the foot off the pedal. These guys gotta play as hard as they can all night in a place not even played through the whistle. You know, baseball, they gotta play as hard as they can. But if they don't they're not going to get re signed by the team that there are now or nobody's gonna want. And when they go to free agency and the same for like a rookie, your rookie is really there even though they get paid extremely well. And no, probably hundreds of CEO is a small companies, which they got state as poorly as they did. They're dialing howto make to get to that next contract. Forget about winning. You know, Winning has gone away so long ago. It's about how these guys get to the next contract and that's beaten in their heads by their agents from when they were like 15 16 17 years old. Just in any other profession now knowing that you know young rock stars when they like it in the market when they're like 17 18 years old. They got people Peiping area keep playing. You're going to be great. These guys have all their lives themes of the chosen ones, and they're going to play as hard as they can. There's nobody there's no taken with the You know the nice guy stuff anymore, and well, that that is true. But the one area will different with you is that if you have the reputation of being the Non team guy. I'm just doing this for myself that can catch up with you. And that can hurt you in terms of your next contract. How these incentive clauses? I mean, these three band you can't have incentives based on things like that performance incentives. But you reach a point where at the end of the year you become a free agent. You've become arbitration eligible. They look at your numbers, and it's not necessarily the numbers that used to like batting average. They look it on base percentage on baseball, slugging war, all of the other new numbers that people Used to evaluate you as a player. And if you give up that bats, if you just say, Well, you know we're ahead. I don't have to worry about this experiment here. You drop those numbers, and we haven't quite reached the point. I don't think Where we have context involved, you know, because Let's say you're a relief picture and you have one game where the manager says Hey, look, You gotta take one for the team. I know you don't have it today. I know you pitched five days in row in your deadbeat, but I can't. I have to save these other guys for another game, So I'm going to get asked you to go to or three innings here. Take one for the team. So you do that and you give up six runs. And all of sudden you're IRA is crazy high. And other teams. Look at that. When they think about signing those a free agent, they go. Oh, she's all right. Look at that. And they don't necessarily look at. Well, There was that one game where you had to do this, so you know, there's there's a certain take one for the team, and there's a certain Hey, I gotta look out for myself. And if you're in for three innings, and you know you don't have it that they, You know, I got a blister..
"dwight gooden" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"When you stop by was that when you stop driving a radically and offices out to back what appeared to be cocaine in his car he has a term of the court date on those charges it's amazing how every time we keep hearing about doc Gooden issues that anything good he says he's going to go to rehab we've heard that before he says gonna clean as I thought we've heard that before at a certain point when this doc Gooden start listening to dot good because the credit however he's listening to does not have his life was best interest I'm glad that we did not hear something really really terrible happened so on but that's my one fear at a certain point where here about four major the pitcher Dwight Gooden and it's really not going to be good he's got another stay of execution for lack of a better term but at a certain point when this doc Gooden stop being doc Gooden and start going out to be too wide when it comes to saving his life it has nothing to do with him being a former Major League Baseball great when it comes to that support for his life I remember that a documentary on him we are about after they won the World Series and going to get a bunch of below and he's watching the victory parade but he was over the a and the yet watching it and this does not aligned I guess this and one dog exact moment your final Arial we're gonna light it up a little bit a man I hate being at Starbucks to get behind the person that orders like the caramel do chief property you know whatever the only hint of cinnamon I mean yeah it's it's it's it's it's a drive you insane the persons order take eighteen minutes and now I feel so much better little bluesy had experience at Starbucks that tops anything that I've had to deal with when it comes to frustration let's give this a listen packages left okay stumbles right well in a seven sausage egg and cheese salad bacon egg and cheese Sam but they do nicer jelly with babies get out of being in and get out serve your call for AL July taser your mother would have users out the mother if you don't have your love for your business you need to be out the brothers being Thalberg bugs get out the gate for breakfast the road Rovers reverse my breakfast breakfast how do you not have jelly ms at a southern thing is I mean I'll put jelly along my biz kids has a Starbucks not Bojangles thank you very much okay.
DWI charges for Gooden; 2nd arrest in 2 months
"Former major league pitcher Dwight Gooden was charged with driving while intoxicated in Newark New Jersey on Monday his second arrest in the past two months that met steam everyone of them it seems like has had problems he was arrested June seventh on suspicion of possession of cocaine driving under the influence among other charges after you stop for a traffic violation he has had a very checkered
Dwight Gooden, New Jersey And Cocaine discussed on Generation Bold
"Former New York Mets pitcher Dwight Gooden who has struggled with substance abuse for years was arrested for alleged cocaine possession in New Jersey the same picture was picked up by police in the home deal township of New Jersey about fifty five miles south of where Gooden burst onto the scene in nineteen eighty four and one National League rookie of the year he was pulled over by police who found two small baggies containing cocaine according to a criminal complaint written by police sergeant Michael Moore and filed by the Monmouth County prosecutor's office Gooden was charged with third degree possession of a controlled dangerous substance possession of drug paraphernalia and driving under the influence he faces a maximum of five years behind bars if
Ex-pitcher Dwight Gooden charged with drug possession
"Chin former New York Mets New York Mets pitcher Dwight Gooden has been charged with drug possession a criminal complaint is a shocker S. on June seventh two plastic baggies allegedly containing cocaine were found in fifty four you'll get in the car during a traffic stop in New Jersey good it's been charged with cocaine possession possession of drug paraphernalia and being under the influence of drugs not said is is quite a thing doc Gooden Darryl strawberry that home that's team against the cubs in the mid eighties that was a great rivalry okay won the cy young in nineteen eighty five and then the mats winning in eighty six not good for drinking we wish him a better life moving
"dwight gooden" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Months up to fifteen hundred dollars off. All check it out part of the deal of the day. Kelsey, chev- dot. Com. Let's take care of some traffic on the phone Scott's on a cell, and he's on seven hundred WLIW w hey, Scott. Hey, hey. Well. I guess I made one of the plane baseball purists out there. But I think all all that is going on in baseball with all the changes. That are looking be made you bring up you bring up about a base stealing has really just is nonexistent. It's getting one the game in office. Something is basic is bunny. Yeah. You know, these are. You're talking majorly player. She. Burbot actually led them to get to where they are now being taken out of the game. And we start playing around with pitching claw. And just changing the whole aspect of the of the game itself. But game it's been around for the reds one hundred fifty years. You're you're gonna lose something in that. And and you start is going to start affecting the bad. But when you're a major league player, I think the funny part of the gifts and everything. That would that would get these teams away from doing that you just start evolved. What their first base line if the head, you know, you go back to small ball what it is. But you know, one of the things also make another point about it. It's really affected. The game is is instant replay. I mean, how how many fans like to go to evolve game and see the managers really get into the number, and that's non existent anymore. Yeah. It takes away from the game. And so I think we need is looking at what we can do to speed up the game. What do we need to do to get back to the basic to the game? I agree with you on that Scott. Thank you for the call and see I think there's a. The whole length of game. It really isn't length of game as much as pace of game. And I don't think baseball and even the media has done a good enough job presenting that, I think you and I would sit through a three hour baseball game. If there was actively if there was action if there were guys hitting the ball fielding the ball throwing the ball running the problem is that major league in again baseball hasn't done a good job presenting this. It's the pace of the game. There's too much dead time. I read a story. The last couple of months there's thirteen extra minutes in a game from a decade ago where nothing goes on thirteen extra minutes of the pitcher with the ball on the mound. Not throwing it or the batter stepping out or whatever is going on thirteen. Additional minutes of nothing. Nothing nece in major league baseball and back to the point of the three true outcomes. Baseball being reduced to a walk strikeout. A Homer when it's being reduced to just that think of how much dead time there is in. So it's not as much. How long the game is lasting? It's the pace of the game. And let's let's keep it moving. And let's have things going on. Let's let's have balls being put in play balls fielded balls thrown to the first baseman base hits singles, non existent anymore stolen, bases not existent anymore in. It's just all part of that in in picking up the pace of the game. And if baseball doesn't try to figure out a way to change this. This is going to go right off a cliff that that's why you can argue about baseball tinkering too much. Baseball's realizing what's going on in the game. That's why they're trying to tinker. They realized that baseball is being reduced guys grip. It'd ripping it homerun strikeouts walks. No singles, no Stolpe. They're trying to do something to. I don't wanna say necessarily go back to the way it was but inject activity in the game anymore. And that's the struggle right now for major league baseball on this date in baseball history. Well, how about this back to the days that we loved nineteen o six, Christy? Mathewson earn a whole lot of really interesting on this date notes today. I like the quirky ones the ones these are more like big names who had milestone accomplishments, Christy Mathewson wins his first game of the season on this date in one thousand nine hundred six nineteen thirteen Walter Johnson extensive scoreless streak to fifty six consecutive innings. My goodness on this date. Nineteen sixteen Rogers Hornsby a rookie for the cardinals. It's his first major league home run nineteen twenty senators pitcher Walter Johnson records his three hundred win this state nineteen sixty seven the mic Mickey Mantle joins the five hundred club. He connects off Stu Miller or the. Orioles. He becomes the sixth player to reach the five hundred Mark this date nineteen seventy-two Willie Mays playing in his first game with the Mets. It's a game winning home run against his former teammates. The San Francisco Giants just three days earlier the Mets had acquired maize from the giants for a player pitcher, Charlie Williams and some cash this date nineteen Ninety-six. Dwight Gooden becomes the eighth pitcher in Yankee history to toss a no hitter. And think of all the the funny thing is the Mets had gone good novice came up with the Mets the Mets had gone. So long for years for decades without anybody in the franchise throwing a no hitter. Finally, you'll Han Santana did in two thousand twelve and that was like a gazillion pitches through that he's never been the same sense. But of all the Mets arms over the years. Sieber never threw a no hitter with them Nolan. Ryan didn't throw no hitter with the Mets. Mike, Scott, Deo Nomo. Sid Fernandez Ron darling, David Cone. None of those guys. Jerry. Kouzmine? John matlock? None of those guys threw no hitters with the Mets. There's been one thrown in the history of the franchise was Santana back in two thousand twelve and this note for my guy, Steven sharp who adds to the mix this date two thousand and three reds defeat. The colonels four nothing at Busch stadium red starter, Danny graves pitches. A four hit shutout. I major league career complete games for for graves. He walked one he struck out one. How about that? Danny graves this date two thousand and three as we head down the stretch. Oh, I better squeeze for run out of time. If you're a basketball fan, the news is official today. A Jeremiah Davenport officially signed sealed and delivered as a bearcat. He is the former molar crusader who after molar left to play one year. Reclassified played at a prep school Hargrave military academy. Jeremiah Davenport is six. Two hundred and five pounds. He averaged sixteen and a half points this past season, seven rebounds to steal shot. Forty two percent from three point territory. John Brennan saying today, Jeremiah is a winner he brings the size and shot making ability. We look for in our perimeter players. I hope bearcat nation joins me in welcoming Jeremiah, Jeremiah back to Cincinnati. He was part of molars back teams that went to the state finals winning one of those. He was the greater Cincinnati boys basketball player of the year. And I went to the finals as a junior and senior winning the title in the two thousand seventeen twenty eighteen season. You're caught up on your UC news of the day up next. He turns seventy seven today. We will remember.
"dwight gooden" Discussed on WEEI
"Not with Dan schwartzman's, number two. Dan schwartzman. NBC sports radio. I like this Sean Gloucester mock. Yeah. You fill it up with some coffee. He is just man. You are good today. Sean, so I'm walking to work up. So we actually you know, I caught some breaks today come into work. I take two trains not long ones like one stop. And then a couple of stops and the other one. And then if I'm if I can catch a bus perfect, right? All right. Just walk. So if I catch the trains, right, if I leave the house in plenty of time NBC sports radio limits your house, they do, but I wanna be a man of the people. So I don't take the the Hummer stretch. Limo stakes. Bloomberg exactly. So I will sometimes walk by there's a get coffee along the way wine our up late and tech, Sean. Hey, you wanna coffee? I don't get a response. Of course. I'm like, yeah. I was like, hey want coffee, medium or large Seattle. Give them the option of do you want coffee period? Then if he says, yes beater of large. I'm just like, I know he's gonna say, yes. So I don't hear anything from it. I'm like, you know, what I'll be a good friend. So I'll bring large. So there's a Mark. I get the tax saying, hey, I'm drinking a medium, but I'll drink that one too. So I bring him a large man, he's had a medium and a large coffee how you're not running to the bathroom at this point. I am wired or now you are wired how the bathroom that's coming. Be there every ten minutes. Incredible. What it's like, and it's Dunkin donuts coffee. Yeah. Yeah. It was good. It's good. It was good. Starbucks know, exactly. Starbucks is fine. I would advise or it's expensive stuff costs nominal leg. Like, you, Sean. But we're blue-collar, right? I don't like to Starbucks Dunkin. I don't worry about it. Interesting question. And the question was is David Wright the greatest met in history. Makes you think let's go over something. I think Cevers number one out of the way Seaver had longevity New York. He was fantastic the greatest Dwight Gooden. What probably been the greatest if not for cocaine and alcohol and would have been a surefire hall of fame on the all time greats. He was nineteen years old, and he was seventeen and nine with two hundred forty strike ads and the next year what like twenty four and four one five year age like twenty twenty one. And then he woke up in his crack house instead of the ticker tape parade when they wanted to eighty six real problems good, sadly is not greater than David Wright. Darrell strawberry. Wasn't enough longevity for he walked off the L A and went home which really killed his career. If you'd stay with the Mets who knows I mean strawberry. He was hitting thirty nine home runs a year. When that actually led the league strawberry. Hit a great swing drive is great. But I still take David Wright over Dow strawberry Piazza's a dodger more than a man. I, you know, I I know the Mets won acclaim him. But he's a dodger his greatest years, whereas a dodger not as a met. Although the win the hall of fame is a met. Right. Why? When I think of Mike Piazza, and I'm a New Yorker, I think in dodger blue more than I think of him as a met, and I know people talk about September twenty first of two thousand eleven and the whole money hit or two thousand one excuse me. That's not enough reason to have them go in as a met. He's a dodger. He's not the greatest Piazza's. Not. I think right is a greater met. Duke Snider is a greater Matt. I'm kidding Snyder. Did play a couple of years at the end. But he's more of a dodger, of course, too. He might be number two. I you Keith Hernandez had more longevity with the cardinals Carter Carter split it with the Expos, right? Yeah. I'm not giving you had some good years the Management Home. No Kundun stare long enough. Sid Fernandez now. No, no, no, not a chance Jose wrath because I think right was a better player on the same teams. Right. Was a complete by. 'cause right offset power. Get thirty home runs. Radius was great player in his prime. I still think Dwight David Wright was still a better player in the end. Can I don't think he did it long enough? I don't think race did it long enough as a major not no. I'm thinking back to those eighties teams though. Seventies teams you name the guys. Yeah. You really can't look at anybody else and say that guy is in the nation. Kouzmin was a good met. But he always took a back seat to Seaver Nolan. Ryan wasn't a met for long enough. It's definitely Seaver. It's over one. And I really think David Wright is number two. I do David right there. Although Gooden you could argue good. And you could argue if overall when you will get, you know, maybe we don't I might I might give the edge to good actually. Really? Because it was the best pitcher in baseball, right? Was never the best hitter. In baseball. No. But the problem with Dwight Gooden is the fact of how long he was in New York met, and ultimately he didn't want to championship. He did what a championship. That's right. One himself a Cy Young. David Wright, never wanted MVP. You gotta give it to good was good. Dan, dan. You know, what you're right. He actually was there longer than I, you know, the more you know, what my problem with Dwight Gooden's. I forget he was there for ten years eleven years. Yeah. You know, what it's got to be Dwight Gooden. He's number two. Yeah. Yeah. Gooden was number two. He he was ridiculous ridiculous. Meet some of those years he had twenty seventeen. Look at the stats nine hundred eighty five one fifty. He led the league in wins. ERA complete games had sixteen complete games innings strikeouts. Wow. ERA plus finished fourth in the MVP was a Cy Young award winner that year. He was just ridiculous. The problem was he just. Then he had that second-string straight. Yeah. Though second years of the Mets really in the night. You know, it's amazing that by the time he is twenty-five he's re pitching in his sixth year. And crazy. It is crazy. But dick about this after eighty nine though, he's kind of like, Don mattingley couldn't fell off. Yeah. He was nine hundred seven ninety point eight three era. Yeah. Not great. So he had really one two three four five five and a half great years four and after eight years of the Mets. You know, what it's close with him. And you can flip a coin with him in David Wright because David Wright, at least when you look at his numbers David Wright his longevity of success with the Mets started really his second year in the major leagues. Even his rookie here you can every at one two three four. You could say he had six really good years. Matt six really good years. And you could probably say he had three great years of the Mets. Maybe even four four great years. Six really good. Kind of like good, right? I mean, both of them just didn't have a long jetty. Who would you take in terms of being the second greatest, but you have to be a met fan for this. Just be a baseball fan for this. Tom Seaver is going to be number one in you really can't argue against Tom Seaver being number one was David Wright or Dwight Gooden a greater met who ultimately do you take is being the greater met? When you look at those two guys. That's a hard question. I'm looking at the postseason numbers for both players. Yep. They're abysmal both stunk their abysmal. Yes. Real boy the bed. Both good never won a game in the postseason. What? Yeah. And David writes, a career one ninety eight hitter in the postseason know, how many postseasons he playing right? Yeah. Well, oh, six and fifteen so too. Wow. Demon had two hundred career one ninety eight. Wow. That's really bad. That is. How bad was in the postseason Eighty-six against the Red Sox owned two with an eight year. Eight what nine innings eight earned runs in eighty six. Yeah. In the hardest prime. Yeah. He was great in the the against Houston. He didn't win a game. But to start seventeen innings one point zero six year. Right. So he's great. Then. That is interest eighty he started eight hundred two point nine five era. I guess it's kind of skewed because. Yeah. The Yankees and stuff. Yeah. I put some postseasons wasn't very good. Darrell strawberry. Put an eight years. The match is just not enough to give it to him. Strawberry. Those in that conversation for like number three number four type of thing. Kevin mcreynolds Howard Johnson. Our Joe Joe Joe's good thirty seven home runs and eighty seven year. Everybody hit home runs. Wade Boggs at twenty four home runs your Dale vein. Like twenty five home runs that year. John old rude. He's worn a blue. He had greater years. The blue. Yeah. The guy in the helmet Todd hunt. Well, we know about not only hit forty home runs. Yeah. He did. Yeah. The guy who came up who is the no hit all fueled catcher became the forty homerun catcher. Todd Hundley was that the Mets record for home runs for the catcher spot. I don't think he has more than forty as a map. Oh, yeah. He did. Really? That's unbelievable. I think he broke broke. Once his name's record. Title or maybe calls BELTRAN did wait is a cat on. I'm talking about as a catcher Piazza tied. It. Piazza. Did you right nine thousand nine thousand nine hundred forty home runs as a met? Yeah. No. You're right now forty one he did. So he's got the record. Wow. Todd Hundley of all people holds the record for most home runs in a season by a catcher with the Mets. Let us know on Twitter who you think's a greater met Dwight Gooden or David Wright, look up the numbers think about the impacts. They had Gooden or right behind Tom Seaver as a second greatest met at going deep NBC again at going deep NBC give us your thoughts. Just want to write a name, right? A? Name will read it on the air. That is interesting though, the pennant races. How close they are what's happening in the NFL central central. Also, what's happening in the AL wild card race as well. Games today. And also, by the way, the NFL west to, but you're talking Colorado facing Arizona, these days a lot to get into next going deep. Dan, Schwartzman, NBC sports radio AM, the NBC sports radio mobile app..
Pros that have played in the Little League World Series
"This week, Sunday baseball's actually going to be the little league classic in williamsport, Pennsylvania. We've got the Phillies the Manson, Jess you already there. What are you doing there? So early that you when I talk, I I literally games. I mean, this is this is where at that, but there I'll tell you and I got two boys. I'm a little league coach. I don't know if I should admit that because sometimes if good and bad, but being here we the first opening day, lily World Series got four games, four more tomorrow you on Saturday. And then I'll have a game Sunday prior to our Sunday night game with the Phillies vets. But it's it's cool in the scene here. You'll be here soon BUSTER, but it's it's, it's pretty special. Yeah, you did this game last year? I did not do it. I was on vacation. What's it? Like when you get the big leaguers mixing with a little leaguers. The coolest thing BUSTER in, you know, we, we've seen it only once. You know the cardinals and the pirates here last year and what was really took me aback as expect. Obviously, when the big leaguers get here, the literally will be running up and getting autographs and photos and southeast and Instagram stories and all that. As soon as I remember the cardinals got here first before the pirates and they got off the bus and they were going after because they'd already watched a few of the games. They literally new kids names. You know, Carlos Martinez had some kids internationally that he like. I think it was a catcher Venezuela that he was like, totally adamant. I need to find this kid. I want my photo. Can I get your picture? Got his autograph, and it was so genuine. And this is before the cameras were even on them, or I mean, these big leaguers were fans of these kids. And to me, that's what makes us special is I think we only a bit of a reminder of like why the game of baseball is really played, but especially those guys not to like knock any player by any means, but. I think one hundred sixty two games. You would get it at the grind, but you get here and oh my gosh. Is it exuding up every just pure love for the game? You know, are they that towns and most of them aren't, but oh, they love it and it rubs off and you can tell when the big leaguers get here that there's a little bit of that. Just I remember when I was eleven years old. I remember when I was twelve and you know the stories just come out and it's it's cool and it's important. Along those lines about the players who play in the Little League World series. This week's poll question is who among the alum of the Little League World series, my goodness. There's so many from Chris story. The, you know, the the NHL player who so many current major leaguers Scott Kingery, Michael Conforto in our game or guys who played Little League World series, but who is the best alum of the Little League World series was played in the big leagues in the four choices and believe me. We could have had so many more Todd Frazier, Jason Varitek, Gary Sheffield or Dwight Gooden who would be the best alum of those four. You know, I put Todd Frazier, I voted this week because there's something about him that still just screams little league. I mean, anyone who's ever been around Todd Frazier and BUSTER. I know you know this, you've been around him. I mean, and part of its maybe his size and just as demeanor and the way he acts. I mean, he, he, he's still just has kid and love for the game the way he plays the game. And this is twenty year anniversary of the team that he one Little League World series with with Tom's river New Jersey, and they're all coming back. He's throwing out the first pitch, and I feel like in covering now the Little League World series. My fourth year, those images are the ones that are still
"dwight gooden" Discussed on WEEI
"The only reason patrick ewing michael jordan the only reason you could argue that if john starks the only reason if john starts could make some shots john starts could make some shots we'd been named then ding ding ding cain came seven three eighteen and pat riley kept leading them soup all right what are what are we doing here we this is pointless losses ways baseball i just like shoutout baseball like that covers the baseball department dwight gooden's my favorite rely very relevant you doesn't get more relevant than dwight gooden and you're going to get dwight gooden dwight gooden to appear at your lucille why are we both talking at the center are you gonna get dwight gooden to appear at your little show in vegas is that what you're to be trying to get dwight gooden we say offer trying to get the weed man happy talk in the talking man hotel july twentieth five in the afternoon we're gonna have just packages we you're you're you're getting ahead of yourself you you don't have to have talk that's a lie i don't believe i don't know if he's going to have that that's a lot you're you're making that up that's not going to be making that we'll have to go to china to get that done and sweet spot i'm told we'd been nine all right thank you i was gonna do it a line about tariffs and how the trump administration's putting tariffs only on the wedeman hippie doll coming back from china but there's no stopping him there's no size out you talked about being out of control.
"dwight gooden" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"This morning but lifezette will dwight gooden last night of the middle of manhattan her said on all their kehrebal centres about improbable burning it probably less so but that he got his name in a paper nobody reads anymore but it's elmont the first thing you told me when you came in this year every single paper new york for there nobody seven straight days in the paper by the way you demonstrate the nine eleven clip he played the started with wait a second it's not like we get any help at this station promoter hours or i miss the shore anybody show so if we don't toward on sells would no one even though we exist rudder grabs a grave throwing radio and i've ever worked i worked for a lot of one liable for long and boat make it a today in oh street allow a goal wherever wolf lou gehrig over here mean he'll get up in a more liquor dissolve lagaan i feel great today thanks this name in the game they've got the feeling i'm in a trump does a liking i'll tell you to story abject sociopath the initial scoring the new york post jones said wabc radio show not good enough so i went nuts so anemic is true stories lacolle paul schwartz of the post and i said who's this kid justin turnover get means number right now twostorey and email justin turnover and i said next time you want to spoil body he be seeing some on our show names in the damn paper ten minutes later bernie instead boom bang won't stand for it's how crazy i am.
"dwight gooden" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Had two hundred thirty two of ads against smoltz eighty yet nine homers in eighty abets nine home runs a movie about feel it's called owner judge who will head hunting average against torture the give you that smoltz was 275 with the 1138 ops greg maddux to sixty five eighty three ops pretty good pretty good numbers when exposed retard madison smoltz ores i mean is is numbers you can just go back and forth i mean there were the numbers their events of things numbers there we can go up and down the numbers we all know the numbers bonds these hall of famer but he's not an ego i even if you go this would most hits most hits who does you have most heads off of greg maddux cotti just own maddux's asked dini tom glavan john smoltz dennis martinez curt schilling dwight gooden that's his that's his top six pretty good pretty good i would like to know how bad of weirdos i would his numbers against randy johnson the most feared lefty in all the big leagues maybe you know of our time right i mean most feared left the i would say so randy johnson the six with the uh one thousand three o p s against him do they say when those numbers against maddux and smoltz came for because the braves were in the nl west until one 93 evan he played for the dodgers he played for the mothers the madras montauk about burma bonds as we're back to that procedure i'm saying with matic's like maddux played for those teams so we face them a ton yes obscene but win that those numbers come for bear i'm just i'll just try to do samantha my head out loud didn't work out as well as i wanted i just this gives full pitchers like what they what he is against the pitcher's gawker all right you know what pitcher walked in the most who john smoltz greg maddux tom glavan it's unreal melegue i mean i should have thought i should have known you're going to go there be fooled me again you know struck him out the most greg maddux.
"dwight gooden" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"W i'd rather than the mets have to deal with him then then the time of the national league than the ecu in the american league now but we'll see how it shakes out but he's he's good is advertizes everything tell you is as good as advertised yeah we need an exciting young talent that can't be difference maker the only thing i you know people talk about not playing both ways and stuff you have that taking place clearly in an actual every day one a starter is urging he's hitting is at the same time uh he's not playing the feel when he's not pitching uh but we have seen we've had the capability uh of doing that i mean the in this port city locale ready you know dwight gooden could have done that dwight gooden could've played outfield and and beyond gartner i mean there's so many guys that have such great abilities but because you're trying to protect them you don't do it but but if if if left their player players on devices as competitors these guys if they could force it they probably would and some of them would be highly successful i'm sure doing it i'm maybe the careers wouldn't be as long but uh but we do have players over currently in this environment that are capable of doing it it's just something that's out of the box and and it seems that although i never got access to talk to tony or his uh representatives directly because they didn't give us guidance it seems like that's a mandatory part of the process that he wants to do both and if that's the case you know it's gonna be exciting to watch it play out see how you know how it works but it unfortunately is not going to happen here in new york for us thanks for your time bye bye brian cashman back after this hi al dukes here i am jerry recco and we host the post poll where he called a show i always game poll show a hell and jerry's post game podcast yeah what that is is pretty much everything we didn't get to in the morning goma bell this is mainly stories about urinals rats and porn studies a lot of meltoff video games audio tres landscaping really has nothing to do with th all really now jerry's postgame podcast so enjoy that down long subscribe at the.
"dwight gooden" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR
"Dwight gooden the fighters he's open for guys exactly uh dwight gooden former major league baseball pitcher is fifty three i think darryl strawberry i i always think of dwight gooden and darryl strawberry the same collected and darryl strawberry was on one of the late shows last night and apparently he signed his name by writing darrell and then these strawberry emoji gone really yeah okay i was doing he seemed to be i was listening to some of the audio to see the video but he's gonna be doing very well he's ida both of those guys who had some serious problems over the years they've been both could have been two of the grave they could be hall of famers and they felt on the path of drugs him threw it away threw it away last birthday saw is actress mark held ginsburg her uh she was on csi of before that uh china beach was in the species barrier chelsea uh very milf redhead beautiful uh she is a fifty nine years old today so happy birthday her pilots saving get the the answer to this question in the 1980s a there was an epidemic of people dying in their sleep mostly immigrants from cambodia of condition became known as asian death syndrome what film franchise uh did that inspire to one five two six three wam are the number mad is who i'm going to hey matahito buddy good morning good morning all right what yep nightmare announced today the slight that's absolutely right patriots i know what are we are bridge all right i he got his we're going to get your boat we're gonna give you four movietickets from fandango don't get sold out guarantee you're guaranteed bridge you're movie tickets for four rag narok and for a limited time buy tickets and get a free loosened poster plans changing always refund urged your tickets.
"dwight gooden" Discussed on AM-1230 WJOB
"Mess of course we're new yorkers my cook it was their first ballgirl really yes so we they were at the sixty four world series so yes we are a family a household of myth fans of course i live with a cup fan tell us all your sister she went to st john's university us played on the basketball team and the mets asked her recruited her to be there first ballgirl jessica caught a line drive once but they're like oh my god he would win like dow strawberry and dwight gooden all those guys on the team back then when she was there balkar stadium shea stadium bill i went uh we could go to the a mess game arnold saturday or something and i was entirely impressed with inside the stephen who stadium yes it is really nice i mean it's nicer than i mean this is nice his but gas rounded is really kenna it's not much there well at flushing meadow park and that was where the world's fair was and of course i spent every weekend at flushing meadow park has that's where the ice skating ring was and that was a i hang up new york has like two i okay so you grew up in queens or yet on queens yes how far from shea stadium slash what's the new i lived in plush i mean you or yeah all right all right into us in yeah writer ju lavenham runs right along their and that's where we live ryan akane i went through we left in the sixth sending because of mets rupp tenenoff thing over the phillies bill look like worldbeaters i.
"dwight gooden" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"He's the guy he's a starter in classa these numbers ninety seven innings three four two we are a one point one five whip 85 strikeouts you know who knows maybe the guy become something in a year or two and then he seventeen year old kid from the dominican a michael santa can you imagine this kid 17 years old he's already he going through a world of change know trying to play pro ball and his teenage years now you've been traded to the west coast of north america where i'm sure he's never been and so can be done now we you and i have talked about this off the air and i do have some of the numbers of we member dwight gooden in the early eighties he made his bigleague debut after the new york mets as a nineteen year world these saying that michael santos's the next could i'm certainly not i'm saying that a teenager can hit the big and succeed it's rare but it's happened pad the 19year old dwight gooden was an allstar actually as a as a night eero rookie anyone rookie of the year something else i'm having a moment of insecurity i'm just going to bring into the air for about an hour and a half have been who the hell is michael santos i thought it was gregory santos on i feel like i'm making no no you could be right i could be saying it wrong all morning i just feel really bad as santo that's me i mean look into it battered is right here it's a gregory santos you're absolutely right i see what happened problemsolving sihun i who was the question is why did i say mike who's might santa from the godfather do we not know who mike santos is literally no one else to correct that there could be a incorrect name be imprint of no not walking around all morning like tam did i got it wrong ono pat let me tell you something right now if you hearing is something you think is wrong it's a virtual surge martin de that i'm wrong i'm wrong all the time these days i it's becoming a thing i'm really worried about my brad like to think it's part of the bill of the.
"dwight gooden" Discussed on KFC Radio
"Hi we're back it's our number two year of marhsall radio you are now joined in studio by the alleged dairy judd apdow it's gone on general excellence veer thank you i like to be called m e nominated okay oh dude again guy i was going to say let me let me let startle reinforced the radio you are now joined by any nominated legendary judd appetite on i was nominated for might darryl strawberry dwight gooden documentary how 'bout it yesterday by man long island guy mets fan thrown through i might for my thirty for thirty i was so excited uh your thoughts on this season well you know i haven't followed him much this season but i guess if that going that no things other things we a little bit better my hope i only hope is that we call up tim tibo and we have some divine intervention because i think that's what the only thing they could say this team at this point would what went wrong a lot of injuries some incompetent management and and uh some underperformance which are three things that the mets do very very well this is why i don't follow sports closely because when i was a kid i used to be obsessed with the mets starting in the early eighties i went to some playoff games even like and 73 when i was like six i wouldn't see the the mets by the playoffs but i got really obsessed in high school and the mets would always just missed the playoffs by a couple of games in like a four around that yet and it devastated me the pain i felt was on bearable that's where i'm at that i went to college and i'm like yeah i can't do it again i can do it again and ideally when the world series seehanat fully let go of that have a son and a couple of days and i'm wondering if i'm going to bestow this on him and carson with it or you will and finally i have to just because if they do if berlin as i get older what i think about sports.
"dwight gooden" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"190 every just a hall of fame guy looked like a strike zone like y had the strike strikes while was so big and a lot of weight coverage to deal with which was unusual but boy she accounted strong guy what a team that was the 85 mets and you beat them i mean the cardinals one the bannon they won the division they want the pennant and in a year where dwight gooden had one of the great years of any pitcher in baseball history what a great rivalry that was eighty four you one nine games and then here you are an eighty five piece pitching in some high leverage situations for a terrific team that wasn't picked to do very well but you all made a phenomenal run yeah might competent would would growing by the big league even at first year in eighty four but then up to eighty five my confidence grew because i figured out that cardinal like the best in baseball and so pitching local back heart and i'm not not really true but in my mind at all i think about it just you know y you throw thinker down on the way in changeup and the guy hit guy catch it and then you go home if you win it's what i mean it shouldn't be that difficult but but honestly i felt like pitching in the big big easier in pitching in the minor league in some ways because the defense with better and so you have to be careful you could make mistakes but i would my competence was growing because they felt that i finally figured out what that formula was an echo the formula for those teams in the eighties was good defense and a lot model auto runs scored but but pitchers it through strikes than you live their position and i really was exciting brand of baseball and i like the home run to cardinals currently are you'll grow goeran run.