17 Burst results for "Earl Weaver"
"earl weaver" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Feed I L. to nine one nine nine nine and your gift will make sure that families and our communities have enough to eat and use the hashtag feed I. L. for your social posts speaking of social post this is one from a guy was just on the radio station yesterday why don't so we had Jim Palmer calling York and a you heard at farmer there talk about his time in Baltimore briefly played there was in the front office for a little while but Farmiga passed I just want to read this real quick and then we'll play what is I got a I don't know maybe a mixed bag anniversary and has for Chicago sports here in just a second but I got a kick out of this Jim Palmer tweeted about half hour ago Earl weaver the legendary manager of the Baltimore Orioles Earl weaver could never get at farmers first name right Ted net goal warm up and told Earl as long as you keep me on this team I don't care what you call me by my first name is ed farmer goal warm up it was kind of funny he just could remember his first name for whatever reason how hard is it to remember ad but do yourself a favor and Google all you youngsters out there some Earl weaver highlights for a good laugh that's all say Earl weaver's fantastic yes he will yeah I mean he is priceless yeah one of these guys you know that old school guy and I've been able to address but he definitely would not be able to survive all the scrutiny that manages corner now nope not say Earl weaver in many ways was you know very forward thinking about the way offense should be played Earl weaver hated small ball yeah three run bomb that's what he wanted he said why would you run it goes don't read it I'll let the baby cry it appeared colorful name from that I will not repeat its life slightly offensive in the core prevents us from saying it here but he wanted the big you know what's the go up there and hit the three run Homer your call you're right I mean if you very much was is that big bombers you know something like that he very much was a man that could probably fit right into the way offense of baseball is played today I saw an incredible stat I was telling mark in this about the Orioles I mean if you know the Orioles now they they had some good years here recently under show Walter but in the last twenty years they haven't been on a very good franchise there was a period from you know everybody's doing diving deep to find content I saw maybe was fangraphs or someone maybe was yes connect comment done like the greatest one hit wonders for all the MLB teams and when they were talking about Baltimore you forget in the sixty seventies and for most of the eighties how successful they were and how dominant they were with anyone feels dad leave it fail sort of running their scouting the way they scouted and develop players it was a little easier back then especially when you go back to the sixties there were as many teams it was much more provincial in the way they can draft players but do you know your reels from sixty five to eighty five had one losing season just one like they were really a job or not for a lot of years did not know that handle weaver was there for so much of that so eleven years ago today your co we remember we thought it was a day after April fools prank yeah we were on the air with Harry was the three of us at a moment that will live in infamy right and I've got it here this this is me and your call on the afternoon of April second two thousand nine the Broncos is this is just a day after April fools joke a discounted rate on April second is jabber Broncos agreed to trade quarterback Jay Cutler to Chicago shut up now Denver Broncos the ship called the Chicago Bears agreed it should read it the Denver Broncos have agreed in principle to trade quarterback Jay Cutler to the.
"earl weaver" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"We're telling you that you need to be subscribing rating and reviewing the lebatardshow friends podcast. That's what she said by sarahspain talks to Tim Kirch again. She's a very good interviewer and Kirk and always gives it up. So here's one story from Tim Kirkman. He could tell you a million. He's a great storyteller. Let's hear one of the stories from that's what she said. Well, dad Shaughnessy of the globe. Job was the baseball writer at the Washington star who I backed up while he was there. And Dan introduced me to Earl lever for the first time. I think it was nineteen seventy nine we walked on the field together. And Dan goes up too early ver- who's this conic major league manager and says Earl this is Tim kurkin. He's going to be back me up. He's going to be covering some games this year and the help I can say this Earl looked right at me and said you tip at one. So I'm like thirteen years old three foot eleven I almost started to cry. And Dan looks me and says don't worry Earl only says that to the people that he really likes really John. I mean here let me hear another. I long I longed for baseball mattering the way that it did back then when Earl Weaver do even have a manager right now who's allowed to be sort of an American leader. Earl Weaver was somebody who can noted leadership, but they changed the game in the rules. There's no arguments anymore because of replay they look at the monitor they decide to challenge they walk out there. I mean, maybe once or twice a year, you'll have a guy arguing balls and strikes, but he gets tossed quickly. Because of that, we don't have those kick the dirt on the fire. And all of that what we have is that phony Joe Madam of those fake glasses. I mean trying to pretend smarter than everyone else when he's not let's hear another Tim coaching story from that's what she said instead of hearing Stu gods. Playing one of his hits one night at the Dallas Morning News. I've been in town about a week. We gotta tip the Ron Meyer the football coach at SMU was going to be the next football. Coach of the New England. And patriots was a giant story. My boss at the morning news said Tim our football writers are nowhere to be found. You have to write this story. So I call Ron Meyer on the phone fifty times. Clearly, it's off the hook my boss is you have to go to his house. I'd been in town for a week. And I didn't even get into my house. Let alone his house and Ron Meyer from Oscar Mayer at this point. So I finally get to his house ten o'clock at night nineteen Eighty-one, Sarah. I looked a whole lot younger than than I look now. And if it's possible, I was even smaller than than I am. Now, I knock on the door. He comes the door. I say, hi, I'm Tim Kirk Jin with the Dallas Morning News. And he says, okay, how much do we owe you this month? So. So. I have to play. I'm actually not the paper boy actually worked for real newspaper. So great. It's the sound of the day. It's brought to you by my computer career dot EDU trading for a better life..
"earl weaver" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"earl weaver" Discussed on The Sports Reporters
"The way two thousand fifteen this is worth taking note of two thousand fifteen the kansas city royals fans you remember this this is three years ago the ballot box so badly need of the nine players were going to be kansas city royals starters until the league stepped in the kansas city royals are twenty five and sixty four in two thousand and eight so when danny talks about talks about you know teams great team slipping about three year difference at the all the players were brought back into you know given the vote again which i think she knows smiling down knowing all this with an i told you so earl weaver upton at big sports ban the sky remember his mantra was he was the first guy and it's time to choose the sacrifice bunt and it was pitching defense in the threerun homer that was his mantra yeah that's the way baseball is can we shift to basketball before we get out of here on the sports part because so we've talked about an active sport at its peak soccer and its world championships we've talked about a sport that's at its mid term break taking a breath the all star game baseball and of course you can't finish the pockets about talking about sports it's not even playing right now and yet there's constant news and that's the nba and you know after the seismic shift of lebron james to los angeles tremors are now being heard of people wanting to go different places carmelo anthony's name oddly enough aman on the move possibly carmelo anthony that's shocking me well i don't i don't begin to understand the economics of it all for them so the data side let's just talk about the talent thing here i have been of the opinion for many years i mean many years come ellery anthony is a highly overrated commodity but he has one great value and he is a scoring machine and he is best utilize as he was utilized in the two thousand twelve olympic sitting on the bench while the game progressed and then when the usa got in some trouble coach k said get in their young fellow and do what you do best at which point it was bang bang bang bang four straight jumpers at which point to come over here and sit down thank you very much for.
"earl weaver" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"I was a big proponent of it initially because i've always been a believer in we'll get the call right get get the call right get a correct and but the technology of it and the execution of it it does kill the game it does it does just stop the game dead in its tracks and what the caller said is i'm sort of coming around to the idea like i can live with a human error i can live with umpire blown a call because with grown up you know the game didn't suffer from back in the day i mean it was just okay you disagreed with the call the managers get mad you know earl weaver pick up the base and throw it get ejected smith hat around miss that to miss that a little bit do you really a little bit i i mean it was it was it was in the case of a guy like weaver and martin who partly theatrical i mean i understand and i subscribe to the basic theory of get it right but i think the execution of it on a regular basis i just find stultifying and i never felt this way before and maybe it's just functionaries older i don't know but if i'm sitting watching a baseball game now like if i if i'm home and i put the tv on i sit and watch baseball game i'll watch about ten minutes and i'll start getting restless and saying i i should really be doing something and i i there's a part of watching baseball now i almost feel like i should be out doing something constructive and i never used to feel that way before but but the game the pace of the game it it does it bores me and i know if it's boring me.
"earl weaver" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"The rule book does have the rule instituted in what was it nineteen eighty where the starting designated hitter has to at least once to the earl weaver strategy right or a weaver's fendt him d h where he would put a pitcher in as the d h so yeah the the designated hitter who is in the starting lineup has to bet at least once unless the posing team changes pitchers yeah so that is in here i found that but i can't actually find the rule that says the starting pitcher has to face at least one guy because it is on the glossary page i have to assume is a rule and maybe the pdf uploaded online is not the actual official official rulebook but i'm just saying if it happens to be not there by accidental omission or deliberate omission but probably accident then you could say that to some enterprising manager the door is open to end of possible loophole yes okay all right i've got a couple basketball related questions here so so i will start with this one this is from jonathan in basketball teams head coach can get a technical foul for arguing aref which has actual in game implications as the other team gets to shoot free throws and keep the ball how different would baseball b if penalties could be assessed on a team for managerial outbursts beyond just the manager getting addicted for example all runners would advance if the team is on defense or an extra out would be called a team we're hitting would the significantly alter the way managers behave would notoriously hotheaded managers find it harder to get jobs so would terry collins have been screaming on how if there'd been more at stake than terry collins getting checked as well i mean it was the second game of the season it was the first inning or something so i actually don't think that that would have prevented anything at all and you figure let's see managers often blow up either when their team has been slumping for a long time or maybe the game is out of hand says not to say that.
"earl weaver" Discussed on WEEI
"Who knows what he's hanging out with hollywood types unless they're not we'll talk more about that and i i gotta get at some point here in a couple of minutes we're going to get to the story i call ignored i call it ignored we'll get to that in a moment but we've got to go to the phones here because we have a rebuttal to a previous statement we believe in truth and broadcasting and so let's say hello to lou in springfield who's next up hello lou i enjoyed the show i just quickly bland and blade started for some very excellent baltimore teams they didn't go in as late inning defensive replacement neither one of them was great hitters that's for sure but they started they didn't go in for defensive replacement that baltimore won the american league east every year from sixty nine hundred seventy four seventy two and they start every one of those years and it's just the guys who say plans is one of the greatest athletes ever come out of west asia ended about two twenty to thirty lifetime but he was you know accents show so many sided and secondly hausky what's what's the shocking thing of course they're gonna see what's out there for them he plays what sixty seventy percent of the games since two thousand twelve you can't balu those people with his derangement they got worked up and like oh this is fake news going on and on i know it's not like it's completely believable now now believable cook that'd be crazy not to see what's out there for all right now lou not that not that i relaxed not that i wanna do a deep dive on the nineteen seventies and eighties baltimore orioles because that's not why i'm here but my favorite thing about earl weaver i'm sure you've heard it right lou the manager's corner that's great it's i put it a little behind the yulia the cub manager that had a rant famously talking about cub fans and lasorda's had some but that earl weaver man he's managers corner which on youtube awesome out there hasn't seen or heard it you gotta you gotta you gotta you gotta do it and it's it's unbelievable you laugh your ass all right thank you you've defended the nineteen seventies orioles you have i go back and look at the stats on do we really need to do that on i think we're good right grow yeah.
"earl weaver" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"We go down did he go down with the rustling headbutts he got suspended i got released so good so earl weaver out you know how the guys as your y'all and i just kind of i was a little shorter it may have been down in there i'm fine hey kleiner you you do this radio stuff we're trying to some time you find stats and stuff on people are you a switch hitter i did i could actually switch it listed as a switch hitter on your switch hitter here you know as i hit right handed but every time sometimes you get up in the game and everybody was always like where you're going to get drawn your left arm and i'm like i don't care so some guys make his left handed so i you know so i wouldn't get hit and i'm like well i'm check it out of the way or the ball is not the problem you know i said no one's gonna early worry about me hitting awful making just told me three fastballs away and it's probably good night turn around and go right to the dugout st we wanna to thank you for joining us this morning i know you're in a beautiful fresno now right you got three game series they're trying to figure out what is vital blues special assignment right now that's the you never know about you know that steve we don't know what he's doing beautiful fresno you know the astros we gotta beat this i you know this is one of these analytical teams i want to kick their butts so well today.
"earl weaver" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"At that the ball is not being put in play enough you're going to lose fans because of this as you read that piece and the points that it made that there's too many at bats in which nothing happens and it hurts the game do you agree or disagree with that i don't know that it hurts the game the game's pretty popular right now lowly it is yes three that's right well the last two world series of done very well on tv but the three to outcomes result of analytics get the ball in the air when you get the ball in the air you're trying to off the ball to overcome the the difference of shifts and all that the three to outcomes or you're going to strike out you're gonna walk you're gonna hit a home run billy bean figure this out five or six or seven years ago and he said that's the most efficient way to play it's the most efficient way to score earl weaver believe the same thing twenty five years ago except it does lead to dead time it does lead in strike it it does lead to strike now having said that if you go and look at the best hitters in the game one of our guys will lead did this they don't start out that much there is still value on not striking out for instance manny machado doesn't start out he's hard to start out so i do think it's not it's not complete although my question would be what's the endgame here are we reaching you know if if for the first time in baseball history in april the remorse strikeouts hit so are we going at is there some point where it's that's all there's going to be home runs strikeouts walks that's all there's going to be in abeyance people and he said the game is always hit the ability just we thought defensive shifts were going to ruin the game hitter started getting the ball in the air we don't really know where it's going to go so here's i guess if you were the commissioner and anybody who's baseball writer is the commission the commissioner what is more important for baseball.
"earl weaver" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"Like in that i love lucy sketch where they've got the chocolates come down except it's podcasting christ i i don't have time for this shit guess what the fuck i watched just today on the plane coming back actually went up to boston i visited my family beg eased onto by the way the fucking anger that is still in massachusetts not really with the younger kids which kind of makes me happy a little bit sad so point you do licko the anger but i hope all the characters still around but i was driving through my my old neighborhood and i cop directing traffic than a little fucking three way stopping tells us guy to stop and evidently didn't the cop starts flipping out and i'm like fucking two three cars down the light so i i can't hear what the guy same but he is fucking flailing his arms like earl weaver right images orioles about fucking forty years ago so and i'm laughing my balls off how fucking angry at the sky right and then when he gets the guy to stop and then the other key waves us to start going that's not enough for him he walks up to the guys cards start screaming at him so i'm thinking maybe this some young punk with his radio turned up and he's not listening to the cobb i show up it's like some old do with white hair this fucking eight foot cop is screaming.
"earl weaver" Discussed on KCBS All News
"I five right so they're still and then you've got earl weaver but you still got two more who wore oakland uniforms oakland uniforms war there playing for us i didn't say okay one of them was playing but he's in the hall of fame because he was a great manager crony larussa bingo and the other was their hitting coach hitting coach of the nineteen sixty eight he's he was born in martinez there's a clue for you good company hitting coach we're we're giving it all to you david dowty thank you guys effort thanks as president david cavill joining us this morning and celebration of fifty years of oakland a's baseball fifty years ago tonight the first game ever played at the coliseum sports at fifteen and forty five and all news one zero six nine am seven forty kcbs news time eight twenty one let's get back to the roads kim last time we talked we had some trouble just south of petaluma on southbound one zero one we still do at costanza all lanes had been blocked no word as to when they will be reopened multicar accident there has you backed up from petaluma boulevard north other troubles in the north bay include an accident in santa rosa south one zero one at highway twelve middle lanes been blocked by two car crash there west to thirty seven near zanskar accident trying to clear that from a middle lane we're going back to the peninsula to check on an accident and the menlo park area here's dave fox kcbs southbound one zero one marsh road is a four car crash the.
"earl weaver" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Push the button every single moment of every single game every so because there's a number of managers there are like that and they don't last very long i know that the baby boomers will always tell us about how earl weaver did it back in the day with the orioles because there was the oriole way it was successful but earl weaver cannot manage today some of the managers i grew up watching in the seventies and eighties connect match today's ballplayers it's just a different temperament it's a different way of looking at things the manager is important in baseball because the mattress sets the culture the manager sets the tone if you come in as a ball player and you walk into the clubhouse you know what's expected of you there were some managers that i saw on the north side that will come in with their briefcase sit there briefcase down go to the office and never communicate with the players in the world series championship or be part of a championship team of course that's should be the thing that you look at but i think that would joe madden he starts a culture that players are comfortable with to a man you will hear from players that really enjoy joe madden as a manager and i think that he has the right temperament but now will he be able to push the cubs over the hump to be able to win another world series championship so going back to the poll question at tweet jay hood on twitter i said which of the following best describes your prediction for the cubs this season and the choices were and i'm just thinking of the cubs in the postseason based on its roster composition unless they fall flat on their ass there's no reason why the cubs can't be in the playoffs this year in some way shape or form being in the postseason so my choices were solid playoff team not going to the world series going to the world series or winning at all this year three three percent of you say that the cubs are going to be a solid playoff team twenty eight percent of you say that they're going to the world series in twenty eight percent of you say they're going to win it all this year.
"earl weaver" Discussed on WEEI
"You have carson smith now in the mix there was no carson smith last year you think about the importance of barnes has kinda gone down you have you know joe kelley and in the mix and he's he's okay but he not asking him to be an eighthinning guy or seventh than a guy that consistently they might be built for the postseason it here's the other thing limited sample size but i'm only going with the facts only i'm only going with what i have available to the red ziglar zahir taken over here collar if way have a winning record against houston so here we're here we go they have a winning record against the indians four and three against the indians uh two and one versus the astros so if you say in a in a know i don't want through the play houston sound like as early in the season when houston was red hot in the red sox weren't at texture on on at three seven 937 says they have no pitching we need to have no pitch i have the second best loved the ira in the american league the only team with a better era than the red sox 316 seven is cleveland at a three point three five did autocorrect change hitting two pitching now hidden by hitting more eggs say power i was a literally thousand bright you'd say well they're going to have to be able to clean up some of this stuff in i have uh you know two guys on go old school gotta be that early get those earl weaver threerun homers pitching in threerun homers to win games they don't have that but they certainly have great pitching their pitching is that good it's great they're pitching has has been that the the hallmark of this team and probably the biggest surprise of all his drew pomeranz after his after his first seven starts his era was five point two nine in the twenty two starts sense then he's gone 13 in two with a two point seven three era the red sox as a team are twenty end nine in his starts drew pomeranz this year reports fellow two thousand sixteen right gathered in terms.
"earl weaver" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"In a minute three ejections in a minute okay how many players or fans of that stadium think what i'm hoping we get to see a lot of guys ojected i i mean i think that's going to make this game fun from verse one thing and i get it you know the entertainment of of the old manager or ballplayer and all you know flip in their hat around and spilling on one another and yelling old earl weaver yelled here now gibbons got toss she was standing in the dugout ostrovsky got toss standing on the mound russel mark turnaround turn around and got toss no you question me unbelievable l little i am the master of this baseball universe and i will do as i play it is just amazing how would baresi i to me it in bears many of these guys wining the spotlight and and and don't want you to mouth one thing adam or act like their districts it's a joke it look we get it we're not hearing the audio let's let's write that we're not hearing what was said and there are certain phrases you cannot say that will cross the line but russell martin just turned around russell martin turnaround said why did you jack my pitcher basic quotas arms out and again maybe all of a sudden if we here they they they left him at southend and there are certain things you cannot do but it certainly didn't seem like it there are resident baseball expert hamble hanbo you saw that i mean what what is of course you can toss the manager for all you both and of course but the pitcher in the catch in that situation he had a quick hook it totally agree with you here but generally and you look it up jail without when you say you like a good i'm show what exactly like are you you're going to watch a game just to see what the ons do or do you like the occasional one that spins out of control like right little as did two different things the dynamic between the on playermanager player is something that baseball considers charming i think that's whites goal is point they don't do much about it because it's kind of the unique aspect of.
"earl weaver" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"At what point the people start paying attention at what point did become a story that he was in pursuit of record nobody thought would be broken well ever early there was early and the reason being a towel a you know as you know and as i detail in this book has he's a the uh the son of a baseball family his father was a minor league coach player manager and briefly the manager of the orioles uh so he could fifty years in baseball and he really taught his sons uh a way to play a full osophy of flying and and uh and part of that philosophy was you should be out there if if y you the manager wants you out there so even before he got to the orioles cat cow in his final two hundred and fifty eight games in the minor leagues he played every day so he was a he was an ironman even before he got to the orioles and then he gets to the orioles and eventually earns a starting job uh earl weaver gives them starting job in oregon moves into short in 1982 and he played it more than 8000 straight innings so this is the beginning of his career so it even warned that that street finally ended in nineteen eighty seven and his consecutive games streak was still well he was well under a thousand games not even close to guarantee that point but it was clear even then that this is a guy that's gonna be out there he has no intention of sitting down and and uh he could be if anyone is gonna do it he could be the guy that could take a run at garrick strict we're speaking with john iceberg about his new book the streak lou gehrig cal ripken junior and baseball's most historic record.
"earl weaver" Discussed on WEEI
"Nba let's say of course not the nfl is it falling even a lower on the pecking order and i believe it's the home run now you have to dig deeper because initially say the whole run in some little freak out villiger as the best part of baseball the home run could still be obviously very exciting except for when all anybody does anymore is try to swing for the fences and these computers are telling harvardeducated guys who don't really know much about baseball other that a computer that it's much better to just swing for the fences and score runs that way who cares if people strike out well here's why i can tend to you that baseball is just flat out less entertaining of late the last you know handful years it just is not about old there's no talon in baseball no not true it's just that the way the game is played is just flat out less fallen an entertaining and you might think that doesn't seem right there hitting home runs left and right however tainting is to see guys consistently swing and until one dude happens they four hundred feet old that's great with nobody on base for a solo shot and gone are the days where you're bunting guys over stealing bases taking it out for your team to move a guy along nobody's scratches and klaus runs across there waiting for the threerun shot as the great earl weaver used the wait for home runs are up why is that anybody more excited about baseball home runs are up as the nba the nfl go flying by your league gotta be something and i think in no small part it's not everything it's not the only reason but some of it is there's too much reliance i just swing an admission from the heels kids let's go hit it as long as you can is far jr ganic don't worry about striking out i mean look at some of these stats you see for instance i go to substabnce of the leaders ben gamble nice young hitter for seattle right hitting three 2003 at the all star break one of the best hitters in the american league top ten good i take some walks so we obviously knows the strike zone gambler struck out sixty eight times already.
"earl weaver" Discussed on WEEI
"Occupation the rules of the bruziks curious to recovering overnight restrictions apply w we iai if not okay to do that frontier justice to immediately faithful needs to be cleaned up i think people have a higher tolerance for it because it's perceived as a wider for i don't know how say bend on the air the nfl word feels like in the nba of like that oh word boy her story go on and on so if the baseball hall yesterday did happen to be between two of the sixty two michael african americans to it between two of the sixty two african american players in major league baseball would that have been a bigger back as though as is the sport would it be perceived differently in this port probably probably for a number of reasons race could be one of them could be other there could be other factors like why just don't expect this in name the sport i i don't expect brawls in the in the nfl hey baseball brawls have happened for years and years often in late in the nhl maher's at least once or twice what one or two every year so we had examples of baseball brawls or baseball fights either managers get involved in baseball everybody's on the field talk to you know whether or not rawlings but going belly the belly with the empire's main there's some classic story lasorda earl weaver we've seen a lot of that so that's not authorizing dad's invernizzi not surprising is surprising to see that and basketball and it is really surprising to see in football violent of all the sports a surprising to see that wasn't a little bit.