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"edward oh" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Was tired it had been a long day and she was ready to turn in but she was waiting for her husband. Ned To wrap up his meeting in another part of the House late. Business deals weren't uncommon for Ned as an integral part of his father's oil drilling business. He was often called upon to carry out duties at Odd Times. Tonight however was different NEDS. Close friend and Secretary Hugh Plunkett had shown up at the gates of their Palatial Home. Greystone Mansion earlier that evening demanding to be let in although they'd known hugh for years the dough heinous had been hesitant to welcome him in Hughes behavior had become increasingly erratic over the past months which made them uncomfortable in fact earlier that day. Ned and Lucy had visited hugh at his apartment where they tried unsuccessfully to convince him to check into a psychiatric hospital undeterred Hugh let himself into Greystone using his own key and settled into a guest room where he sometimes stayed seemingly determined to help his troubled friend. Ned went to the guest room and the two sat down to talk somewhat anxious. Lucy tried to stay out of it. Waiting in the library over an hour passed as ned and hugh spoke drank and smoked together in the room. Sometime around ten PM. Lucy was startled from her reading. A loud noise pierced the quiet of the cavernous mansion with trepidation. Lucy decided to summon the family doctor. Ernest Clyde Fish Ball. Dr Fishpaw arrived at the mansion. A little after eleven PM and was led towards the guest room by Lucy as they got near the room. Hugh Plunkett appeared at the door and in a gruff voice told Lucy and Dr Fish Ball. Don't come in here. He then shut the door in their faces. Just seconds later a gunshot rang out behind the door afraid of what awaited them inside the room. Doctor Fishpaw told Lucy not to come into the room while he himself went in as Lucy retreated to a living room at the other end of the house. Doctor Fish Ball opened the door to a ghastly scene. Just a few feet inside the room. Hugh Plunkett lay face down in a pool of his own blood dead of a gunshot wound to the head across the room lying next to an overturned chair thirty five year. Old Ned Dough. Haney also lay in a pool of blood. Also dead of a gunshot wound to the head. Though murder had clearly taken place. Police were not immediately summoned to the scene. In fact it wasn't until two am almost three hours. After the discovery of the bodies that police arrived. Lucy Dough Haney and Dr. Fishbowl gave their stories to detectives. It was quickly concluded that Hugh Plunkett perhaps in a fit of madness had killed his best friend and employer before turning the gun on himself. The deaths of the two men particularly the high profile Ned Dough. Haney were front. Page news recently elected district attorney. Buron fitts promised a full investigation into the crime however no investigation ever came in a matter of days media coverage of the case dried up completely and the events of the night were officially accepted as presented by Lucy Dough. Haney and Dr Fish Ball but many believe the full story was never told. Speculation has raged for decades about what happened at Greystone Mansion. That fateful night coming up. We'll look into the theories about how ned dough Haney and Hugh Plunkett died and what may have been covered up in the aftermath. Now back to the story on February Sixteenth. Nineteen twenty nine Ned Dough. Haney and his friend and secretary Hugh Plunkett were found dead of gunshot wounds in an apparent murder. Suicide police quickly declared hugh the murderer and Ned was viewed as a hero for trying to help his troubled friend however not everyone bought the official version of events. The public didn't seem to trust that they were getting the whole story and their suspicions of a cover-up weren't entirely unjust in nineteen twenty two ned and hugh had traveled to Washington. Dc at the behest of neds. Father Edward Doe Haney senior. There they delivered one hundred thousand dollars to secretary of the Interior Albert Fall soon after Edward Senior was granted the lease on a naval oil reserve worth in excess of one hundred million dollars. This exchange described by the detainees as a loan to an old friend would see the family wrapped up in perhaps the biggest political scandal. The country had ever seen teapot dome. Edward Senior was charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States and stood trial in nineteen twenty six. Ned stood by his father and swore under oath that neither had committed any wrongdoing. The court sided with a doe heinous and Edward Senior was acquitted around this time. Edward senior gifted his son and daughter-in-law with a custom built fifty five Room Mansion. Built on four hundred twenty nine sprawling acres overlooking Beverly Hills when it was finished the mansion became known as Greystone for its facade of Greystone Nedeau. Haney and his family moved into the luxurious home at the end of nineteen twenty eight. By that time they'd begun to notice a change in Hue Plunkett. By all accounts Hewitt always been even tempered and quiet but now he displayed erratic unexplainable behavior. This change could have been caused by any number of reasons including the stress of managing Greystone's construction. Immense pain caused by abscessed teeth. The implosion of his eleven year marriage or perhaps an undiagnosed mental health condition. It's also possible that Hughes problems stemmed from anxiety brought on by an upcoming trial due to shifting political winds. Edward Senior had been charged in relation to the bribery scandal. Once again and both ned and hugh were set to testify and while Ned had been granted. Immunity Hugh had not with the trial drawing nearer. It was speculated that Hugh had murdered his friend and then died by suicide to avoid impending repercussions from the bribe. This particular theory starts to take on water however when taking a closer look at the physical evidence while examining the bodies forensic investigator Leslie. White noticed that neds. Gunshot wound was ringed with powder burns. This indicated that he'd been shot at very close range. Conversely Hughes fatal wounds showed no outward signs of powder burns and a cigarette still smouldered in his fingers. It would seem that Hugh had been shot from some distance. These findings did not fit. The story told by Neds wife Lucy and the family doctor. This evidence suggests that the truth is in fact the complete opposite of the story peddled by Lucy and Dr Fishpaw. That hugh was murdered by Ned. If Leslie White's account is to be believed his findings were dismissed by police who pushed their official version of events out to the press. An autopsy was never performed on Ned and both men quickly buried at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale. The competing theories of what happened that night have fueled further speculation about why ned would murder his best friend some theorize that he was attempting to silence you before he could unleash damning testimony against neds. Father at the upcoming trial accompanying. This theory is speculation that the Chinese were attempting to silence. Hugh by having him committed to an asylum. Others suggest that the two men were in fact lovers and that their deaths were the horrific climax of a quarrel along these lines. Still others have suggested that Lucy discovered that her husband was having an affair with Hugh and in a fit of jealous rage. Murdered them both though there were many theories swirling about what happened most seem to agree that Edward DOE. Haney senior used his wealth and political clout to have the case closed quickly and kept out of the media though the murders faded from public memory. The justice system was not so easily halted the next year. In nineteen. Thirty Edward DOE. Haney was found not guilty of bribing Albert Fall. The secretary of the Interior in Nineteen twenty two though curiously fall was found guilty of accepting the bribe following his acquittal. Edward Oh Haney retreated from the public spotlight and died in nineteen thirty five nets wife. Lucy remarried and continued to live at Greystone until nineteen fifty five today. The mansion is owned by the city of Beverly Hills and has been seen in many popular films and television shows. Interest in the murder is kept alive by an annual theatre production inside Greystone itself as well as local ghost stories. Perhaps the spirits cited in the mansion. Hold the key to unlocking the decades-old crime. The truth is however that we may never know what really happened in Greystone Mansion. Ninety one years ago today anyone who was there took the secret to the grave. Thanks for listening today and true crime. I'm Vanessa Richardson for more stories. Like this check out. The podcast. Original political scandals today in true crime was created by Max Cutler and is a park cast studios original it is executive produced by Max Cutler sound designed by Anthony Vowel sick with production assistance by Ron Shapiro and Freddie Beckley. This episode of today in true crime was written by Joel. Callan with writing assistance by Maggie Admire. I'm Vanessa Richardson..
"edward oh" Discussed on Murder Minute
"True crime headlines. A Sacramento man, whose baby daughter was found dead in southern California last week has surrendered to with authorities after a week long statewide manhunt. Accompanied by his attorney, twenty two year old Alexander Etcheveria surrendered at the US Mexico border on Monday and was taken into custody. He is being held at a jail in San Diego, and is facing charges related to the death of his eight month old daughter, Alexia rose at Varia whose body was found in southern California last week. Police believe that she died in Sacramento and was then driven to the southern California city of bellflower where her body was discovered. The father and stepmother of an emaciated twelve year old boy who died in Indiana last week will face murder charges for his death win twelve year old Duardo Pozzo was taken to the hospital. He weighed just fifty five pounds and was having difficulty breathing. His father thirty two year old Louise Pozzo claimed that it WALDO had slipped and fallen in the shower. Instead, the boy's body showed evidence of prolonged abuse and neglect, which led to his death on may twenty fourth evidence suggests that young award. Oh, was kept chained in a bathtub forced to wear a dog electric shock collar and deprived of food before his death with his Riddick abuse and neglect taking place at the hands of his own father and stepmother, Florida child protective services had investigated, what does family five times in eighteen months for suspicion of abuse, including reports by the boy's biological. Mother who feared that? Her son was being. Mistreated by his father and stepmother in December of twenty eighteen Louise's Pozzo and his wife. Diana Florez signed at oh, and his three younger siblings out of school. And the family went out on the road with a traveling circus company. Louise Diana worked as promoters for the circus, and often took their younger children, along with them to hand out flyers while they left at WALDO chained in the bathtub in their motel room. The couple placed a security camera in the bathroom with Edward oh and monitored the camera from a cell phone app video recovered from Diana Flora's phone shows at ward. Oh, chained and shackled lying in the bath tub as his siblings freely. Enter and leave the room completely ignoring their brother. Edward oh siblings aged nine five and two all appear to be healthy and well-fed. They have been placed in the care of child.
"edward oh" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And of course, the story this night and this morning. The Yankees winning over Boston four to one. And of course, the turning point at ordonio NIA is helping the Yankees as much as or Xiaohua, LA Mayhew. Erin, headaches J the bullpen as much as those stores of the New York Yankees. It was the bonehead that he was in the fifth inning. Two-run and two or Benintendi was up at the blade two with a chance to make it a little bit closer than what the score was the time three to one Yankees and ward. Oh, nunez. Let himself get picked off. It was a great laser like throw from Sanchez Dettori's and from here to there, Edward, oh, Nunez as much asleep. Taking is too big of a lead from second base as the rest of the team was throughout the rest of the game. I mean that was basically it for threat Denver's with the home run. And as I said earlier, that was going to give up home run. That should be with so low in mind and solo it was and that was it for the Red Sox offense? They just look like the hangover had come back if it had gone away for a little while where they've started winning a little bit. It's back to the Malays back to the hangover. And this is the Red Sox in twenty nineteen looking like they're going through the motions remembering what it was like to win. Remembering but not playing like a twenty eighteen that's for sure. And in Boston, they may be thinking of fire sale and firing sale. But the bottom line is the Yankees touched him up. Yeah. Yeah. Ten or eleven drank as what everybody has strikeout. So the Yankees. So continued to dominate and just with their it's not so much anymore. The magical mystery tour. It's not so much of a mystery how the Yankees are winning and LA Mayhew hitting over four fifty with runners in scoring position and Aaron eggs with the big clutch, two run single. And I mean, you know every night and or shell making a, you know, he got a couple of hits he's starting rallies. I'm just saying it's the every night it is somebody in a starring role. Sanchez did not dome run tonight. Neither did Luke void. But, you know, that's coming soon to a ballpark near you know, so I mean, it's just amazing what they have done remarkable and amazing. And by far. Baseball's member one story when you consider everybody just about making an appearance on the I L the Metropolitans in the desert one their game five to four didn't come easy for them. And you had a Wheeler going seven innings giving up a couple of home runs. And then how refreshing how novel in how welcome if you're a metropolitan fantasy luego, luego healthy and getting people. Allowed even though it was scary, because he gave up a one out triple with the Escobar, but got out of it, and then gazelle men getting the final three outs in the bottom of the ninth inning and five to four. The Metropolitans winning a little bit of a controversy with the Gomez ground rule double over the bag. That's a fair ball landed and foul territory. The boy down the line picking it up on Pires took a look with the review and with the headphones, and with New York and decided that a the bowl was fair and be, yes, a run is going to score. And, and so it did with Gomez getting the ground rule double, and nor BI, and of course Frazier at your very and Davis. Combining to give the Metropolitans in the top of the eighth inning, their fifth run in a five four win. Now a few words before we get right back to the della phones, you can imagine. And I'm listen, I okay. I was just joking. I wasn't in Romania visiting relatives. I know what happened in game, one of the NBA playoffs. And I'm just thinking you can imagine how uncomfortable that might be when you swallow your mouth peas and your pride at the same time what happened in the mouthpiece. While we think we saw a few turnovers. We think we saw Thomson with his feet of clay the bounce a brick off the rim. Unpack more than once, we think we saw Dray, who knows trash talking out trash talk, Draymond green. We think we saw sea academe. We think we saw Ceac dominate both ends of the floor, and we think nobody was able to box out because so we think I made your problem for the mount. These and the shimmy was oh, how you say transition defense. We think vanfleet when guarding Dell Curry son, held him to only deuce on twenty nine possessions, guarding, the mouth guard, and we think we may have the lucky charm for the raptors and it goes something like this. We did this before game one and provided some good luck. Some good fortune. Some terrific basketball by the raptors. So we're going to do this again. And it goes something like this. Oh Canada, the raptors home in their native land and true. Raptors love in all of us command with growing hearts. We see Leonard rise and hope he and his mates all hit their stride. Oh Canada, we stand on guard for the hoping the raptors make all their threes. That New York knickebocker because they have Spike Lee, the raptors they will shake and bake with Drake..
"edward oh" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Sixties. Joe at a time of year are high shabby, right around seventy five. Thank you. Maybe stage it with forecast. Five thirty three time now vigil was held in Connecticut last night for that missing mother as police now say, they're treating the cases of murder traces of blood were found in the woman's home. Eventually lives in the area and says, people are very concerned where Karen community and. Where devastated, Harford current says investigators now believe Jennifer Dulles victim of violent crime a prayer service for duelists hell last night at a new Canaan church. She disappeared last Friday, detective say she was going through a bitter custody battle to force. Her five children are reportedly staying at their grandmother's home Manhattan separate Saad to last dropping kids off at their new Canaan school. But harass you was found abandoned at a nearby park. I'm sue Guzman. W O, R news. Trump expected to announce what it calls, very dramatic moves on the border today carried visors reportedly considering prohibiting migrants from seeking asylum. If they've traveled through country, other than their own to get the US Nain, while the president announced a five percent tariff on goods coming into the US for Mexico because of the number of illegal migrants crossing the US water. They could go up to twenty five percent. To, to, to build in the ability here to, to, to look to the Mexican government to make progress immediately that the key here. This needs to this is an urgent problem as acting chief of staff. Mick Mulvaney, says the tariffs go into effect June tenth and then will gradually increase then man seen on video beating a lift driver because he wasn't going fast enough has turned himself in George Catalano is the lift path, and your con- savagely, beating the driver, who was trying to get them to Mount Sinai in queens, or it is, he's turned himself in will face charges of reckless endangerment, and assault. The disturbing footage shows Catalano becoming enraged when Edward oh, mediato refuses his request speed through traffic. And tells him if he's going to be disrespectful, pullover Catalano starts wailing on them. Then tries to get in the frontier while the cars moving before finally gets out. Medio is relieved Catalano is behind bars while he's rethinking his lift career Alice docked in. Rossini's. W. O R new. Also think they've caught the guy who's been pulling the emergency brakes on subway trains, causing big delays Twenty-three-year-old Thompson is being charged with two of the incidents. Cops say he could be responsible for dozens more. Investigators say Thompson would ride on the back of trains, and then use a stolen master key to enter the unoccupied, rear car and activate the emergency brake. Cops say once they released a clear photo of Thompson tips came flooding in leading to his arrest at his home in Manhattan. Thompsons also been charged with lewdness for allegedly exposing himself, while subway surfing. I'm Lisa G, W, O, R news. There is a new way to pay for your subway and bus rides today, the MTA laying out of new tap and pay program for the subway and bus system beginning at noon, today, the transit agency will kick off Omni or one metro New York initiative allow straphangers to pay the fare by using their smartphones commuters. Pretty excited about this thing I do have Apple Pay up. Already so Bs seamless transition. It's quicker and less messy. And sometimes you put the card in that you can't go.
"edward oh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Suffolk County DA. Rachel Rawlins has made it very clear why she sought office. I didn't get into this job to make friends. I got him this job to make change. And some of those changes include limiting mass incarceration and racial disparities in the criminal Justice system secretary of public safety. Thomas Turco said could hurt efforts to fight the state's opioid crisis last night Rollins defendant her policies a declaration that included a shot at governor Charlie Baker who son was accused of groping a woman on a flight last year. Not everyone gets the benefit of the Baker family when they have interacted with the criminal Justice system. They don't get to not get arrested to which the governor's office responded. The administration does not engage in personal attacks and race specific and legitim-. Public safety concerns that could affect the residents of the Commonwealth. Chris Bowman WBZ Boston's NewsRadio eight eleven man. It's time now to check sports, and here's WBZ's Jeff effort. The Red Sox struggles continue fifteen to eight loss and the Diamondbacks home opener yesterday. Adam Jones homered and doubled for the Arizona Diamondbacks who scored seven times in the sixth inning for fourteen to one lead Red Sox reliever. Edward oh Nunez came in to pitch the eighth and gave up a home run to Alex Avila. The defending World Series champions are two and seven but manager Alex chorus still has faith one point. We're going to get high playing good baseball. And you know, when we look back. That was that was fun fun baseball. Both like I said, we're gonna be okay. The socks are off to their worst start since opening two and ten back in twenty eleven Jason Tatum scored twenty two points. Gordon? Hayward added twenty one to leave the Celtics to a one seventeen ninety seven victory at Indiana. The Celtics broke a tie with the Pacers for the number four seed in the east essentially hold a two game lead in the chase for homecourt advantage..
"edward oh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Been like it's been very difficult because with our new generations, we've depend on technology in order for us to learn. It's been challenging for students and teachers Lynn school system still trying to figure out where the bug came from still don't know how to fix it from Lynn curl Stevens. WBZ? Boston's News Radio and Lowell police. Offering show to a cashier store manager at the target in Lowell helping an elderly Drake at resident avert spending ten thousand dollars on gift cards in a scam involving an injured relative police reminding people that folks that these calls are scams if you get one of these please call police before you send anybody any money watch out for scammers one of our own staff. Members thought she was talking to official editor Bank when she received a phone call. Call and text message about fraudulent charges requesting that she verify personal information WBZ's teen ago reports that turned out to be a scam. Collar said we're gonna send you a code text message through your phone when she received a code. She sent it back to the caller and the next day. Her Bank account was completely wiped out. Now looking back. She sees a warning signs. She was super persistent about getting my information, and it was only over text message. If a Bank calls you and says, hey, this is happening. And you say I can't talk right now. I'm busy. He said. The Bank will always say, no problem will lock your account, and you just get back to us whenever you're ready. The third sign he said if you're ever uncomfortable giving your information over the phone don't do this co worker was spoofed through a Capital One number by a perpetrator who was also talking to the Bank at the same time all of our count are frozen. And she filed a police report, teeny gal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio on capitol one telling WBZ that the company is continually trying to revamp and update at security processes. It's five twelve time for sports, and here's WBZ's Seth Everett. The Red Sox struggles continue fifteen to eight loss and the Diamondbacks home opener yesterday. Adam Jones homered and doubled for the Arizona Diamondbacks who scored seven times in the sixth inning for fourteen to one lead Red Sox reliever. Edward oh Nunez came into pitch. The eighth and gave up a home run to Alex villa the defending World Series champions are two and seven but manager Alex Cora still has faith one point. We're gonna get hot. We good baseball. And when we look back, you know, what that was that was fun. That was fun baseball book. Like, I said, we're gonna be okay socks off to their worst starts. And so putting two and ten back in twenty eleven Jason Tatum scored twenty two points. Gordon? Hayward added twenty one to leave the Celtics to a one seventeen ninety seven victory at Indiana. The Celtics broke a tie with the Pacers for the number four seed in the east essentially, hold a two-game lead in the.
"edward oh" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Does. It all WGN sports. The Blackhawks one over Colorado yesterday to to one it's the third straight victory for the hawks. They will host Florida Sunday. Pregame there with Chris Boden at five thirty puck drops at six with John Wiedeman and Troy Murray here on seven twenty WGN and wgnradiOcom in other sports college basketball yesterday, Oklahoma beat northwestern seventy six sixty nine looking ahead to today. The there is a few other college basketball game Chicago state at northern Illinois, southeast Louisiana at Bradley. And then Boston College at depaul in the NBA bowls beating the Orlando. Magic ninety two eighty last night. And then looking ahead to today's NFL games. Washington Redskins at Tennessee to face the titans. And then Baltimore in LA facing. The chargers. Those games at four and seven respectively now checking WGN traffic on the south side too. Right now, the sixty third street is closed between western and Damon for police activity. It's best to Gatien of an earlier homicides. Ta rerouting number sixty three buses around that in Oaklawn a funeral procession for the fallen CPT officer Edward oh marmolejo expected to depart shortly before ten thirty AM this morning that procession will start at a Blake lamb funeral home on one hundred third near Cicero and will proceed eastbound on one hundred thirty to western and arrive at Saint Rita. Shrine of the chapel at seventy seventh in western that's going to be going on later this morning. So some delays will follow. And then also on the west side as an owner. Actually, that's Bannockburn. There's a crash at half day half day road and Waukegan that is moved to the right shoulder. But some delays are following it because of it for personalized traffic on demand. Get the Traffix Chicago app approved by the mortgage experts of team hockberg just search T R A F.
"edward oh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"At national grid. Governor Baker is responding to new criticism WBZ's call Stevens reports lucked out national grid workers were not happy at all with governor Baker after the state announced it was lifting the moratorium on work being done by national grid. The governor responded by indicating that he does care about those workers we spent a lot of time this week talking to our colleagues in the legislature about what we all might be able to do collectively to ensure that the lockout continues that the workers associated with that. We'll continue to have access to unemployment benefits. And it's our hope that we can find a way to put something together for them. In the meantime, the governor says it's his hope that both sides get together and hammer out an agreement by the end of the year. Carl Stephen stubbed ABC News Radio ten thirty. The Boston school committee has voted to close to west Roxbury schools, despite protests from students teachers and parents urban science academy and west Roxbury academy will close over the next two years due to what officials say are deteriorating building conditions on their shared campus. Some residents say school officials are just trying to cut spending parents are also concerned for the future of those in the urban science academies program for students on the autism spectrum and for west Roxbury, academy students, who do not speak fluent English. The Trump administration hopes to take some able bodied adults out of the food stamp program. Here's ABC's Jim Ryan, the president's tighter food stamp work requirements were not included in the bipartisan farm Bill approved last week. But the department of agriculture might impose new rules, regardless nearly three million adults who received food stamps, but don't work regularly could have to comply with requirements to work twenty hours a week or. Or lose their benefits in a step towards warming relations between the US and Cuba. Major league baseball has reached an agreement to allow players from Cuba to play in the majors. For decades Cuban baseball players defected from the island to play here. The new agreement will allow experienced players to sign with US teams while helping Cuba. Hang onto talented players ESPN analyst and former ballplayer and coach Edward oh Peres says it will also bring money into Cuba's baseball federation still have to play in Cuba until the age of twenty five or six years of Cuban baseball experience. Whatever comes first, and then you have a posting fee that if you are signed by a major league team, and let's say, for example, you get a million dollars twenty five percent of that whatever you're signing. Bonuses in a minor league deal goes to the Cuban baseball federation Cuban players will still have to travel to a third country in order to apply for a required. US work visa, just like all other Cuban nationals. WBZ.
"edward oh" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Yeah. I think it is over, you know, I don't even think someone's going to get my contract invite him to spring training. Anyone that's watched them the last couple of years. He's not the same player. He doesn't move very well at all you can't play shortstop anymore. His bat is really slow doesn't have the power used to even in batting practice. I think unfortunately, the climb in the injuries caught up to him. But I respect the heck out of the Blue Jays for being proactive. Why bring the guy into spring training and dopes like me and following them around is he gonna play is he not gonna play hay day. Didn't believe that. He was going to help the team turn the page, and they have this amazing. And then you could speak to how quickly it can go from here to to their well. And I think in today's baseball and steroids or out of the game. Now guys don't get better into their thirties at thirty thirty two maybe thirty four if you're lucky you start hitting that wall and hit that wall. Unfortunately for him. Physically. He just can't do it anymore Lewinsky had two years and thirty eight million remaining on his contract, but he would play by injuries in recent seasons might be tougher to Lewinsky to find a spot to land. But Andrew mccutchen has his new home. He's reportedly agreed with three year deal in Philadelphia worth fifty million or baseball tonight crew here, Andrew McCarthy gets fifty million dollars from an owner, exactly. Who said I'm gonna be ready to spend maybe be a little bit stupid about it JIMBO a little while ago said that was kind of stupid. So I'm joined now by my friend, Edward oh Perez and Mark Shera when you think about spending fifty million on a guy like Andrew mccutchen. Keith referenced Bryce Harper does one have.
"edward oh" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"His career over it is over, you know, I don't even think someone's going to give them a contract invite him to spring training. Anyone that's watched them the last couple of years. He's not the same player. He doesn't move very well at all he can't play shortstop anymore. His is really slow doesn't have the power used to even in batting practice. I think unfortunately, the Klein in the injuries are caught up to that. I respect the heck out of the Blue Jays for being proactive. Why bring the guy into spring training and dopes like me and following them around is he gonna play is he not gonna play. Hey, they didn't believe that. He was going to help the team turn the page, and they have this amazing. I mean, you could speak to how quickly it can go from here to to their well. And I think in today's baseball and steroids out of the game. Now guys don't get better into their thirties at thirty thirty two maybe thirty four if you're lucky you start hitting that wall and hit that wall. Unfortunately for him. Physically. He just can't do it anymore Lewinsky had two years and thirty eight million remaining on his contract, but he played by injuries in recent seasons might be tougher to Lewinsky to find a spot to land. But Andrew mccutchen has his new home. He's reportedly agreed to a three year deal in Philadelphia worth fifty million or baseball tonight crew here, Andrew McCarthy gets fifty million dollars from an owner, exactly. Who said I'm gonna be ready to spend maybe be a little bit stupid about it. Jim bowdoin little while ago said that was kind of stupid. So I'm joined now by my friend, Edward oh Perez and Mark Teixeira when you think about spending fifty million on a guy like Andrew mccutchen. Keith referenced Bryce Harper does one have anything.
"edward oh" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Yeah. I think it is over I don't even get someone's gonna get my contract invite him to spring training. Anyone that's watched in the last couple of years. He's not the same player doesn't move very well at all you can't play shortstop anymore. His bat is really slow doesn't have the power used to even batting practice. I think unfortunately, they're climbing the injuries have caught up to him that I respect the heck out of the Blue Jays for being proactive. Why bring the guy into spring training and dopes like me and following them around is he gonna play is he not gonna play. Hey, they didn't believe that. He was going to help the team turn the page, and they have this amazing. I mean, you could speak to how quickly it can go from here to to their well. And I think in today's baseball and steroids or out of the game. Now guys don't get better into their thirties at thirty thirty two maybe thirty four if you're lucky you start hitting that wall and hit that wall. Unfortunately for him physically. He just can't do it anymore. Lewinsky had two years and thirty eight million remaining on his contract, but he's been plagued by injuries in recent seasons might be tougher to Lewinsky to find a spot to land. But Andrew mccutchen has his new home. He's reportedly agreed with three year deal in Philadelphia worth fifty million or baseball tonight crew here, Andrew McCarthy gets fifty million dollars from an owner, exactly. Who said I'm gonna be ready to spend maybe be a little bit stupid about it JIMBO little while ago said that was kind of stupid. So I'm joined now by my friend, Edward oh Perez and Mark Teixeira when you think about spending fifty million on a guy like Andrew mccutchen. Keith referenced Bryce Harper. Does what.
"edward oh" Discussed on WJR 760
"Fives From the new JR weather center Still looking pretty good but storm starting to come in from the last we'll see them scattered around. As we get into the afternoon a few showers thunderstorms. Eighty-one scattered. Storms into the evening then overnight partly to mostly cloudy sixty seven Saturday sun and clouds isolated showers thunderstorms and a high of eighty four from the Weather Channel ideologist Ray Stagich on NewsTalk seven sixty WJR George hearing the Frank Beckmann show news talk seven sixty WJR stay with me on this topic it's all going to blend together at promise you Rochester take. A call Edward you are next up good. Morning Hello edward Oh. Hi I that's. All, right This You know you were talking about your previous, producer Shelly that stop you from San, Francisco? Right and I'm blind and I lived downtown Rochester and I'm on my fourth liter dog and they teach us how to pick up the dog poop with one gallon, Baggies and I buy a whole raw one thousand one gallon Baggies from a, wholesaler and we pick it. Up I don't know why they can't teach the homeless pass out Baggies in San Francisco to pick it up entire, good not, da. Right I, mean it's really pretty. Easy Yeah I mean, they they hand out you. Know drug paraphernalia you know and stuff like that and it's only thirty dollars for a thousand Baggies right and you, give them, a. Scooper and, the way they go You. Just put. The bag. You put your? Hand inside the bag and pick it up while, you, can do and, that's that's exactly it turn it inside, out and that's what you do and you, walk dogs that's that's right very good how? Do, you let, me just ask you, this out, of curiosity, Edward because, I mean we've all walked dogs and and no and we see when. They? Do their business but how do, you know where it is I I always say I, use heat-seeking Baggies but actually you pay attention And the dogs have, a little, routine they'll do like a little. Spin or, you know you you know it's it's their time to go and I I do a lot of walking and, so, I'm, always walking with a bag of dog poop in my hand actually I've. I have told my daughter to say how I want to be remembered. She's a painter, and walking down Letica waiting with a. Bag, of dog from my hand my leader, dog on my left side I'm sorry for laughing but that's You see, the humor I have so many friends in town, and I'm always waving and. I always get back Cracks me up all. Right well then let's, stop, it already okay hey Edward thank you for for doing that and. For the, call Shelly dear to our former, producer is right here in studio with us I said we saw this call and, said now this is just I'll I. Can. Tell you is providence that's. Edward would call while. Shelley's here from San Francisco the San Francisco. Area visiting relatives right. Yes my family, mostly still live here beautiful thanks for coming? By it's good to see you. Yes likewise. Seven, years it's almost seven years. August. Twenty, six, you missed it so much she. Missed so much she, goes, back every seven years for visit that's really all right now tell. Me is, it really that bad and San, Francisco like we're hearing Yeah it is it's a? Problem how bad Well it's chased out conferences Others been. Conferences that have been closed they were supposed to, be a big medical. Conference, and people are scared I. Mean it's just so bizarre why are they let it happen that's that's the complex issue, that I don't, understand I think it's just all. Up and down the west coast because I visited. Seattle Portland, it's there too. And. I call them tent cities so? They. Make their own towns out of tents. I mean the homeless do yes so the homeless, set up tents yes And then they. Sleep. In these tents and eating them? Yup And then they. Walk. Down the street wherever they want and do their business correct and the from what I was told by one of the talk show hosts out there was this while back was that they've been banned from going like into the Bart stations to use the restrooms because there were such messes that were. Left, up, and. Down the escalators, in in the hallways elevators yeah especially yes and I mean I mostly, work in the south bay because I work in. Silicon Valley but. I am, a, Burt user and you don't it smells sometimes I, mean I I mostly use it out of the East. Bay, but the, ones more, into the. City in, San Francisco yes huge problem, Civic Center big problem. I mean, it's not even just that? But it's drugs too so. Again why do they allow it that's what I, don't understand I think it's that I, hate to say it but it's that liberal west coast. Mentality Because I mean me and my other. Half, are, from. Here in the, mid west and you don't see that I mean if there's a bunch, of people that wanted to create a community down. Here under the. Overpass off, I, seventy five the police and everybody would be over, there like you would get arrested there just like they. Just, turn a, blind eye, in I. Don't understand, it and in the difference, between Edwards was just. Saying you, know you can get a? Ticket if you don't after. Your dog exactly and in San Francisco we let, people do this in the streets Yup It's the needles, to and the, and the excrement I hate to say it I mean it's not everywhere but you know there's some areas you do one of. Wade irritates in angers. Me is that it's not a cheap place to, have I, mean even Oakland where I live it's you can't get rent. For. Under two grand a, month now and I don't really wanna look. At Especially those, in San Francisco they're paying forty five hundred dollars on average to. Rent a small little closet that's crazy And I. Mean he can't let people in your house because they've been walking on the. Sidewalk shoes Just unbelievable. And by the, way Shelley's other half is her dream boat from I think she Kaga Milwaukee Milwaukee New somewhere. On that side of the lake I hope you guys you're doing well yes happy and having a great time He's. An automotive works for a company called truecar it's like a third, party? App, I take a competitor to give. You, an, idea as auto trader right well maybe. Someday, you move back here no no No no we. Like it too much smells no I mean it has. Its pros and cons that's, just one but there's more pros that. Make up for it I mean nobody's going to. Beat the pay here for me. No one's going to beat the job here for me I hate, to? Say, it but there's no jobs here. For, me It's the, best opportunity I could have. And, I, wouldn't trade. It for anything else that's sad that you know that that we can't drop people back and I remember that always. Being, a topic of the brain drain here and. I'm, I. Was educated here I had the best. Education here, from elementary school through university and. I just always, disagreed I mean there was never anything here well. Listen it, was it's good of you stop by and I. Hope you enjoy your stay with all the relatives in. Us anytime show okay they, sure will be careful with your walk Well Let's face. It you're never.
"edward oh" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"The atlanta airport on one hour sleep okay i can do this i stem come on i see i assume that what was going to happen was is that you would get done that game last night knowing that you might have to go the airport this morning it just went to a parking garage at the airport and slept just in case it might snow july and pittsburgh anyway look we got really sad news yesterday ken revisit who is a mental skills coach he's affiliated most recently with scott okaz but he's worked with so many athletes on he passed away on sunday at a heart attack recently and i was just struck and i got to know ken through the years i wanted a story i'd say decade ago on evan longoria and got to know him through his work with evan and then i'd see them all the time whenever we do cubs games he was the nicest guy and you could understand why the players liked him so much but i didn't i i don't know if i had a full understanding of just how well liked he was until yesterday when i saw just the outpouring on twitter from guys like jared weaver anthony rizzo so many players responding to the news of kens death it really was sad news boy utah about someone who made an impact on people in his lifetime yeah he really did and i just buster we did three games cubs the dodgers i saw out there we had a nice chat and that that job of sports psychologists is important today especially in baseball because it's such a difficult sport and the number of players that he dealt with and i sat next edward oh perez last night during the game in the booth and we talked about ken because you know like so many players knew him so well and especially those guys on the raise and then him come into the cubs i haven't had the heart to call joe madden and send along my condolences but joe had a lot to do with ten of course working those raise guys now is with the cubs wonderful man i had a wonderful conversation with him in la and i will miss him and you talk about a glass half full personality i mean he had the perfect personality to do the type of work that he did yes oh absolutely buster in this sport again you have to have that mentality other otherwise this sport will just overwhelmed you and he knowing the game pretty well understood the failure rate in this game on a daily basis and therefore he presented everything as a positive he had to otherwise his players would get through this and he has he did such a great job for so many players so had time for the chicago cubs in for so many players who worked with ken in new ken and we're affected by all the great work that he did in his lifetime manny machado spoken reporters yesterday tim about all the trade rumors in basically said look i'm going to have to deal with it he also said that he is short stop but that doesn't necessarily preclude him for being third baseman so let's just go through all the details that we know about what's going on manny machado is reported the other day one source told me that the orioles are at the thirty five yard line the opponents thirty five yard line and they are driving their moving closer towards the deal i think he's gonna get traded by the time we start the second half we know the dodgers are involved as i've said before i have my real doubts about whether the dodgers will ever step up and offer the type of prospects that the euros are going to require because andrew friedman you look at his trait history he just doesn't do that the milwaukee brewers on the other hand absolutely we've seen market nausea in the past most notably with sobat the step up and pay a big price at those times when it looks like the brewers are close to potentially having an impact and had no doubt they could do that in the postseason this year they've been the best team in the national league for a while in terms of their one loss record and then the yankees look they had contact with the orioles last winter they've had contact again this summer i still tend to think that this is due diligence that said to him a couple of things are developing this summer where i think it potentially perfect storm could develop where.
"edward oh" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Matchbook trip around the basis we've seen yet this is with nobody out but he makes it happen it was really interesting to jd pointed that out that it may not have been smart play certainly had the swag in there's not many players in baseball can make a tag exciting how could make a slide exciting he's almost sort of taken the slide to the next level so many i understand that for years players have been signing a sliding to one side of the base depending on what they put many players woodside head headfirst initial void perfected the swim move was like no i'm not gonna let you and a lot of times you're not supposed to slide headfirst into home because you got to catcher there was shin guards and all the equipment on sliding headfirst into home is no is the best idea but the way he was going to do it is slide feet first past the basin and try to reach back but what he did was amazing and yeah was an interesting trip around the bases he stole second one two third on a ball thrown away then comes home on that a lot of good discussion about if he the most exciting willie make the all star team has the starter that race is neck and neck voting goes till eleven o'clock tonight the highlight of lending jd on wgn yesterday he already passed booder ginette now he's trying to chase down ozzy albee's second base we'll keep you posted and cubs of one six in a row stuck to call radic before we get into the the harvey bias conversation ravioli was doing the college world series for a couple weeks and raby wanted to ask you this this of everything you've seen whether peon tv in person whether you're broadcasting or just watching as a fan where did the the second the last game rink is far stunning finishes when arkansas miss the opportunity to clinch the college world series well it would be near the top as far as disappointment for a particular team you know whether it's whether it was the white sox inability to field their position back in the world series and their pitcher's throwing the ball away when you like we should have won the world series the buckner play which obviously didn't result in the team losing but these things do carry huge momentum then i think athletes tend to dismiss it but when that ball fell between the right fielder the second basement of the first baseman you know their reaction after which was tough play we'll we'll get them tomorrow we still have a game three but they also then went off and got to hit complete game by a freshman they were dead you know at that point and you don't acknowledge it when it happens but that's a that's eight fly ball catch away from winning a college world series parade team that was picked by many to get to the college world series in the beginning of the season so that type of emotion disappointment i the more around sports guys the more you recognize the role that that emotions and the brain and that that type of stuff play versus just the physical stuff it it really really does impact everything in every event whether it's basketball whether it's baseball whether it's golf another great example of brains getting in the way and or not getting in the way they were really shut down as soon as the kid came to the plate with a second life he delivered a gametying single boom a two run home run and that game is over and we came back and really the series was over so it's way up there with regards to recognizing disappointment that arkansas and their head coach and their and their fan base had to deal with i'll say this about college baseball to just quickly the the i guess the the passion but that may be that may be being polite about the words that you use the league interest and i guess the word would be sort of angst that particular college fan bases have when you're calling a college game and or series it's remarkable how we were perceived to be rooting for a particular team win obviously if you know edward oh perez myself and colin peterson we wouldn't we don't care who wins that or not were hoping for really close games were vilified for rooting for oregon state and we weren't really so on twitter carl vilify vilified and.
"edward oh" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Cooled off the indian seven four two homers for edward oh escobar the astros made a two straight against the red sox seven three gary one is fourth in a row allowing three runs on five hits over seven innings and his ability to turn things up a notch is what's really impress skipper aj hinch yeah that's been as norm he's he's really good at finishing his outing one hundred couple times in a row at the end of his game and he senses the finish line when he knows he's about to be done and and the game is close and he needs to dial it up prior to the game the red sox play smokey bets on the deal with an abdominal strain elsewhere the tigers trump the blue jays five two and the as overwhelm the royal sixteen nothing man olsen industrial fowler each homered twice and the combined to drive in nine national league giants over the phillies four nothing joe panic return from a month long stint on the dl when two for three with two walks in and rbi dodgers out slugged iraqis eleven eight clayton kershaw back on the deal with a strained lower back the braves dot the nationals four nothing behind it to hit shut from mike fulton average the cubs knocked off at seven four pirates silence the cardinals for nothing dbacks built at the marlins nine one the reds race the padres seven to an interleague action the white sox stop the brewers eight three heaven love will not face any discipline from the nba after briefly leaving the bench during that skirmish towards the end of overtime of game one of the nba finals on thursday night tristan thompsons flagrant to meanwhile has been downgraded to a flagrant one he will not be suspended however he was fined twenty five thousand dollars for not leaving the court in a timely manner and walking and kyle stanley share the lead at eleven under par heading into today's third round of the memorial.
Edward, Bloomberg and Twitter discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Though seventy one eighty six but under seventy two dollars a barrel and gold right now twelve nine nine twelve minutes before the top of the hour let's get over to san francisco and has an update for you on the most important stories of the day edward oh thank you sir us teams are headed to china to check out claims by us employees of sonic attacks similar to those in cuba white house staff is off to singapore for preparations for the kim trump's summit even though the president has said again today we'll see but secretary of state mike pompeo has eased off demands north korea immediately give up its nuclear weapons asking for the regime to take in quotes credible steps toward that goal the next step is to see if the president agrees with the secretary of state china urging the summit take place saying it's hard one opportunity to work out a political settlement china's been disinvited from the pacific rim military exercise us department of justice saying the continued militarization of the south china sea sir only to raise tension and destabilize the region iran's supreme leader ayatollah alkhomeini has channeled an old us cartoon saying the us has tried various political and propaganda undertakings against the islamic republic but all these plots failed like like the famous cat in tom and jerry they will lose again boys digging back into the decade bag for that one global news twenty four hours a day on air at tick tock on twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg brian how long has it been since tom and jerry have crept into your consciousness.
"edward oh" Discussed on KOMO
"The need to switch between other apps june baby a seattle restaurant focused on the foods of the american south has been named best new restaurant at the james beard foundation's annual awards ceremony its founding chef edward oh jordan is the first african american to earn the prize that's your money now jennifer kushinka komo news a little bit of weakness in the pre trading numbers on wall street the dow futures down about thirty five points that's just a fractional loss it's five fifty two traffic and weather coming up in just a moment first as cars get more and more high tech they collect data about you as you drive komo's connie thompson says the new or the car is the more questions you should be asked consumer reports found thirty two out of forty four twenty models offer some kind of wireless data connection more cars are now also equipped with cameras they usually face outside the vehicle but this one in the tesla model three faces inside emmanuel says the cameras not turned on right now but could be used for a potential future features tesla promises that he will let customers know before they turn the camera on gm's twenty eighteen cadillac six with super cruise has an internal camera mounted right on the steering column it monitors driver for signs of distraction but gm says it does not capture or store video between cameras and sense cars are collecting all kinds of data about our driving habits the question is why a lot of data's being collected dow automakers prepare for self driving cars it's a machine learning process they're using your data to map the roads and better understand how vehicles and people are going to react on those roads legal rules around car data are murky a twenty fifteen law says the crash data belongs to the owner not the auto company but that's just a very small fraction of the data your car may be generating the auto industry has issued voluntary guidelines around privacy practices but consumers union cr advocacy arm wants.
"edward oh" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The baseball tonight podcast with carl ravaged joining buster only on the appointments of that i sportscenter allnight baseball tonight with buster owning it is a real thing for these players to check these boxes whether you're a home run hitter and getting your first homer whether your guy and taking a few it is really stunning how that is something for these guys that is important and stanton touched on it yesterday after he hit the home run sitting in the booth yesterday with edward oh and kim that was another so the subject that kept coming up rizzo got his first you know ian half home run got a decent performance from the bullpen check that ox off there that is something that i don't think i was completely aware of with regards to players and major league baseball and early season zik never would occur to me that giancarlo stanton is going to go one for twenty i assumed and he was always going to get hit a home run thing because of who he is he's always going to hit home runs but they really do emphasize the imports of checking that box off and breathing and i guess that's my point like so you really are kind of uptight whoever you are your mike trout giancarlos that your aren't until you get the first one until you get the first one i just never really thought of it as deeply as they made it feel like it impacts them so that was a big takeaway from day one for the guys that get check their boxes again the baseball tonight a podcast with carl ravage providing that insight with buster only need h l the tampa bay lightning regained first place now nhl eastern conference and atlantic division day after falling to second turns it over yanni gordon costs left circle high slot point open well it's a little bit run and gun the white you're getting rewarded wfl britain point scored twice including his thirtieth lightning win at madison square gordon seven three there now appoint better than the bees meantime the leafs get it done late site several get there down into the islanders neulander back to the goal for hyman to lander passing with three fifty to go big papi is back in toronto ten fifty austin matthews the tiebreaking go just under four minutes to go leave silver the aisles five to four clinch no.